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English translation: coal bowl

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19:22 Nov 1, 2007
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Patents / Cooking appliances
German term or phrase: Glutschale
Grill mit einer zum Grillen mit Unterhitze oder Seitenhitze zwischen Füssen drehbaren Glutschale, die eine mit einem Rost abzudeckende Wanne mit zwei Stirnseiten umfasst.
Patrick Johnson
Local time: 17:11
English translation:coal bowl
Explanation:
It looks like "bowl" is the word here.
Here's an example from a patent for a "portable grilling device"

"A portable grill device of the type including a first bowl and a second bowl hingedly connected together. The bowls are movable between a closure position where the bowls overlie one another, a generally right angular use position where the second bowl is disposed substantially normal to the first bowl, and a generally horizontal use position where the first bowl and second bowl are fully opened. Novel leg bail structure is provided that offers three-legged support to both bowls when the bowls are in the horizontal use position, and that offers a support base substantially wider than the width of the first bowl when the second bowl is in the generally right angular use position relative to the first bowl. Further, the portable grill device includes novel latch structure which retains the two bowls in the generally right angular position, that latch structure cooperating with spit holder arms for restraining those spit holder arms in an elevated position over the first bowl."
http://www.freepatentsonline.com/4226177.html

bowl, bowl, bowl... coal bowl?
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Paul Cohen
Greenland
Local time: 14:11
Grading comment
Thanks, Paul. In the end I went for coal tray, but your suggestion was the nearest and put me on the right track.
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coal bowl


Explanation:
It looks like "bowl" is the word here.
Here's an example from a patent for a "portable grilling device"

"A portable grill device of the type including a first bowl and a second bowl hingedly connected together. The bowls are movable between a closure position where the bowls overlie one another, a generally right angular use position where the second bowl is disposed substantially normal to the first bowl, and a generally horizontal use position where the first bowl and second bowl are fully opened. Novel leg bail structure is provided that offers three-legged support to both bowls when the bowls are in the horizontal use position, and that offers a support base substantially wider than the width of the first bowl when the second bowl is in the generally right angular use position relative to the first bowl. Further, the portable grill device includes novel latch structure which retains the two bowls in the generally right angular position, that latch structure cooperating with spit holder arms for restraining those spit holder arms in an elevated position over the first bowl."
http://www.freepatentsonline.com/4226177.html

bowl, bowl, bowl... coal bowl?

Paul Cohen
Greenland
Local time: 14:11
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
Thanks, Paul. In the end I went for coal tray, but your suggestion was the nearest and put me on the right track.
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