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14:19 Mar 8, 2007
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German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks
German term or phrase: Eurocombi
Seit Ende Januar hat die Firma als eines von zwei Unternehmen einen Eurocombi in NRW im Einsatz. Die 25,25 Meter lange Kombination ist auf einer festgelegten Strecke zwischen Duisburg und Neu Wulmstorf unterwegs und transportiert Volumenware.

(What is the standard expression in English? Eurocombi, gigaliner, B-train etc?)
njbeckett
Germany
Local time: 12:12
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Eurocombi


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Note added at 37 Min. (2007-03-08 14:57:07 GMT)
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Hoppla! Your translation reads very well, my compliments. ;-)
It looks like you have more insight into the subject than I have. However, I looked a bit further and found www.tnn.co.uk. They also refer to Eurocombi, albeit as something exotic from the continent. Just hope this isn't one of yours as well.


    Reference: http://www.gizmag.com/go/6203/
kaliban
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