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上昇してすくい上げ

English translation: Rise and scoop up

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23:34 Feb 18, 2009
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng
Japanese term or phrase: 上昇してすくい上げ
Context: 剥しテーブル上にあるワークの両端をワーク排出ガイドが上昇してすくい上げ、剥しテーブルからワークを受け取ります。

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OneTa
Local time: 16:48
English translation:Rise and scoop up
Explanation:
"上昇してすくい上げる" translates roughly as "rise and scoop up" but you have to provide a context if you want an accurate, usable translation. すくい上げる can also mean to dip or shovel something. Please provide more information about what you are translating.
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Jonathan Mauger
Local time: 09:48
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3 +1Rise and scoop upJonathan Mauger


  

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Rise and scoop up


Explanation:
"上昇してすくい上げる" translates roughly as "rise and scoop up" but you have to provide a context if you want an accurate, usable translation. すくい上げる can also mean to dip or shovel something. Please provide more information about what you are translating.

Jonathan Mauger
Local time: 09:48
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4

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agree  Yasutomo Kanazawa: the phrase "rise and scoop up" was exactly what I was going to enter
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