Off topic: \'House Fuel\' vs \'Certification Fuel\'
Thread poster: jinshi

jinshi
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Dec 3, 2002

Dear Colleagues,


Can anyone of you help me understand the meaning of \"House Fuel\" in English?


And is it in contrast to \"Certification Fuel\"?


Abel

Dalian Jinshi Translation Company


 

Antje Schadebrodt  Identity Verified
Local time: 12:33
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Wrong place for terminology questions Dec 3, 2002

Dear Abel,


In order to get a very swift reply to your question, you should ask it in the KudoZ section.


Best regards,

Antje


 

jinshi
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TOPIC STARTER
Thanks Dec 3, 2002

Yes, I know I should put it there.

But I got no reply so far. So I think I must refer to local Europeans or Americans for the anwser. This forum can help.


Thanks anyway.


 

Endre Both  Identity Verified
Germany
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Member (2002)
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Try English monolingual (English > English) Dec 3, 2002

You will get several replies in no time, I\'m sure.


Good luck

Endre

EB Communications


 

jinshi
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Thanks Dec 3, 2002

Yes, friends.

I have got the anwser already.


Thank you all


 

sylvie malich
Germany
Local time: 12:33
German to English
Well... Dec 3, 2002

Quote:


On 2002-12-03 09:20, jinshi wrote:

Yes, friends.

I have got the anwser already.


Thank you all




What\'s the answer then? I\'m curious too! (C:
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Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
Chile
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About right places Dec 3, 2002

It\'s true that it\'s not the right place for terminology questions, but I don\'t see any problem on it because it can be useful when prozmail is not working well or when you want more people to see the question (because in forums it stays there). The question then can be: which forum?

May be Coop? Well, with the Off Topic Forum you\'re sure not to be Off Topic!


(It\'s just a bit of advertising for this forum that is now visible for every body)

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jinshi
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Thanks Dec 3, 2002

Dear Sylvie,


Please check the following:


certification fuel => fuel used to \'certify\' the pollutant emissions of a vehicle


house fuel is the common fuel encounterd in a gasoline station


Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers - 4/12/00 Press Release -

For Immediate Release April 13, 2000, Contact: Gloria Bergquist (202)

326-5596. Automakers Support House Fuel Economy Legislation. ...

www.autoalliance.org/pressreleases/pr041300.htm



 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
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Your posting in the German forum... Dec 3, 2002

Quote:


On 2002-12-03 09:20, jinshi wrote:

Yes, friends.

I have got the anwser already.


Thank you all



I\'m glad you got an answer - it would have been nice to post an addition to your posting in the German forum...


 


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