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Italian to English translations [PRO] Computers: Software
Italian term or phrase:drillare
The term occurs both as a noun (drill) and a verb (drillare) in instructions for using sales data analysis software. The client insists it is correct in technical English to mean "l'operazione di approfondimento". This sound to me more like "zoom", but perhaps I'm not as technical or up-to-date as I should be! Can someone confirm that this meaning is valid, and if so, how could I translate the instruction "drillare a Stagione/Collezione", when "Stagione/Collezione" (of garments) is an item in a drop down menu. Thanks, Sarah.
Explanation: Looks to me like the Italian "night" which lost the "club" halfway across the Atlantic. the wiki page below explains that it can be used for various types of data "approfondimento". Seasonal data drilling, collection data drilling.