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plananliegend

Spanish translation: al ras

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German term or phrase:planliegend
Spanish translation:al ras
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18:24 Nov 2, 2003
German to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: plananliegend
En alemán:
"Gehäuseschweißende mit Rohrleitung radial und axial plananliegend justieren (Zentriervorrichtung)."

Inglés:
"Align the welding ends of the valve body and piping radially and axially, ensuring they are fitted flush together (centering device)."

GRacias
raulruiz
Local time: 21:40
al ras
Explanation:
Creo que sería:
Ajustar con el tubo en sentido axial y radial al ras (dispositivo de centraje)
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Javier Ramirez
Local time: 21:40
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Creo que me vale. Danke / thank you / gracias. Saludos
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Javier Ramirez


  

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al ras


Explanation:
Creo que sería:
Ajustar con el tubo en sentido axial y radial al ras (dispositivo de centraje)

Javier Ramirez
Local time: 21:40
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 264
Grading comment
Creo que me vale. Danke / thank you / gracias. Saludos
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