draadrits

English translation: SEE bangtail &/or seal flap (in the following glossary)

10:21 Feb 9, 2001
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Dutch term or phrase: draadrits
I am translating a text about envelopes, and how to seal them, etc.
it's in Belgian, into English.
Now they are talking about a 'omslag met draadrits'. Who can tell me what this is, and how we would call that in Dutch????
Edie73
Local time: 11:44
English translation:SEE bangtail &/or seal flap (in the following glossary)
Explanation:
See
SEAL FLAP
The extended portion of the envelope which is scored so it can be folded over the throat to seal the envelope.

SEE
a large perforated, detachable flap (UNDER bangtail)

This might help you:

http://www.tradeenvelopes.com/envelope_glossary.html
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Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
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This webstie is very helpful! Thanks very much.

Edith.
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naSEE bangtail &/or seal flap (in the following glossary)
Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
naPerforation
Tina Vonhof


  

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9 hrs
Perforation


Explanation:
A 'draadrits' It is a line of tiny perforations one can use to rip off part of the back of a reply envelope. Often this piece is a form for a change of address.


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Tina Vonhof
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SEE bangtail &/or seal flap (in the following glossary)


Explanation:
See
SEAL FLAP
The extended portion of the envelope which is scored so it can be folded over the throat to seal the envelope.

SEE
a large perforated, detachable flap (UNDER bangtail)

This might help you:

http://www.tradeenvelopes.com/envelope_glossary.html


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Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
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Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
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This webstie is very helpful! Thanks very much.

Edith.
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