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|Italian to English translations [PRO]|
|Italian term or phrase: compatto|
|The way the word is used it appears to mean 'solid' (the noun) but I can't find confirmation. Am I on the right track?|
...dalla detta sospensione si ottiene un compatto del detto materiale bioceramico contenente una desiderata quantità di acqua...
A compact. This is a perfectly valid use of the word compact.
See the reference for an example in the context of ceramics.
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|Thanks - I was uncomfortable using this as a noun, but your reference was convincing. thanks for going to the trouble!!|
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