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冷蔵室冷気吸い込み口から冷気通路を通ってパーシャル室に

English translation: partial freezing compartment

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04:41 Apr 22, 2008
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Japanese term or phrase: 冷蔵室冷気吸い込み口から冷気通路を通ってパーシャル室に
related to the chilled air circulation. I usually only open up the frig to take out a beer!
Roger Johnson
Local time: 14:10
English translation:partial freezing compartment
Explanation:
That's where you keep fresh meat and fish, which will stay partially frozen.

http://national.jp/labo/history/product/cooking/refrigerate/...
http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/5927078-description.html
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Aogara
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:10
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thanks
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partial freezing compartment


Explanation:
That's where you keep fresh meat and fish, which will stay partially frozen.

http://national.jp/labo/history/product/cooking/refrigerate/...
http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/5927078-description.html

Aogara
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:10
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Native speaker of: Japanese
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thanks

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agree  AniseK
9 mins
  -> Thanks!

agree  Kanako Fujiwara: I agree. Japanese (high-tech and highly priced) refrigerators tend to have a partial room, which I believe keeps food at below 3 centigrade. My fridge does not have a partial room; it’s German!
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