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cuneta de pie

English translation: ditch at the foot of (a) slope

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Spanish term or phrase:cunetas de pie de terraplén
English translation:ditch at the foot of (a) slope
Entered by: Parrot
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10:16 Apr 2, 2002
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering / civil works
Spanish term or phrase: cuneta de pie
Another cuneta. "Cuneta de pie de terraplén. Se disponen en las zonas donde las aguas procedentes de la plataforma, del terraplén, y del propio terreno colindante no discurren de forma natural hacia los cauces naturales de drenaje, pudiendo causar daños a la plataforma de la carretera.
Parrot
Spain
Local time: 02:15
ditch at foot of (a) slope
Explanation:
HTH


Sheila




According to Eurodicautom:
HitList               
1. cuneta de pie de talud(1); cuneta de pie(2); cuneta de pie de terraplén(3); foso(4)  BTL - DTR90 - 60270
Document 1      
Subject - Building - Civil Engineering(=BA)
(1)
TERM cuneta de pie de talud

Reference Diccionario Técnico Vial de la AIPCR, 1991

Note {DOM}  vías: drenaje
(2)
TERM cuneta de pie

Reference Diccionario Técnico Vial de la AIPCR, 1991

Note {DOM}  vías: drenaje
{USG}  empleado en vocabulario CPC/OEA
(3)
TERM cuneta de pie de terraplén

Reference Diccionario Técnico Vial de la AIPCR, 1991

Note {DOM}  vías: drenaje
{REG}  Bolivia, Costa Rica, Panamá y República Dominicana
(4)
TERM foso

Reference Diccionario Técnico Vial de la AIPCR, 1991

Note {DOM}  vías: drenaje
{REG}  Chile
(1)
TERM ditch at foot of slope

Reference Technical Dict of Road Terms,PIARC,1990

Note {DOM}  roads:drainage   
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Sheila Hardie
Spain
Local time: 02:15
Grading comment
Why do I always habitually dissent from Eurodic?
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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4 +2ditch at foot of (a) slope
Sheila Hardie


  

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18 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +2
ditch at foot of (a) slope


Explanation:
HTH


Sheila




According to Eurodicautom:
HitList               
1. cuneta de pie de talud(1); cuneta de pie(2); cuneta de pie de terraplén(3); foso(4)  BTL - DTR90 - 60270
Document 1      
Subject - Building - Civil Engineering(=BA)
(1)
TERM cuneta de pie de talud

Reference Diccionario Técnico Vial de la AIPCR, 1991

Note {DOM}  vías: drenaje
(2)
TERM cuneta de pie

Reference Diccionario Técnico Vial de la AIPCR, 1991

Note {DOM}  vías: drenaje
{USG}  empleado en vocabulario CPC/OEA
(3)
TERM cuneta de pie de terraplén

Reference Diccionario Técnico Vial de la AIPCR, 1991

Note {DOM}  vías: drenaje
{REG}  Bolivia, Costa Rica, Panamá y República Dominicana
(4)
TERM foso

Reference Diccionario Técnico Vial de la AIPCR, 1991

Note {DOM}  vías: drenaje
{REG}  Chile
(1)
TERM ditch at foot of slope

Reference Technical Dict of Road Terms,PIARC,1990

Note {DOM}  roads:drainage   

Sheila Hardie
Spain
Local time: 02:15
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 1355
Grading comment
Why do I always habitually dissent from Eurodic?

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Martin Perazzo: It's consistent with the reply to your earlier question (ditch at top of slope). At least Eurodic says so!
15 mins
  -> thanks, Martin:)

agree  Dr. Chrys Chrystello
30 mins
  -> thanks, Chrys:)
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