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aletta di sormonto

English translation: exposure

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14:10 Apr 3, 2004
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Construction / Civil Engineering
Italian term or phrase: aletta di sormonto
descrizione dei pannelli per la realizzazione di solai
grazie
Barbara Andruccioli
Local time: 16:38
English translation:exposure
Explanation:
Exposure = sormonto (roofs, roof covering)
..... Portion of a shingle which is not covered by the next shingle.
Area of shingle, tile, slate, etc., exposed to the elements...
.... The distance from the butt of one shingle to the butt of the shingle above it, or the amount of a shingle that is seeen. (McGraw-Hill Zanichelli).
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hodierne
France
Local time: 16:38
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grazie 1000!!!!!!!!
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exposure


Explanation:
Exposure = sormonto (roofs, roof covering)
..... Portion of a shingle which is not covered by the next shingle.
Area of shingle, tile, slate, etc., exposed to the elements...
.... The distance from the butt of one shingle to the butt of the shingle above it, or the amount of a shingle that is seeen. (McGraw-Hill Zanichelli).


hodierne
France
Local time: 16:38
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grazie 1000!!!!!!!!
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