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indirecte selectie

English translation: indirect selection

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17:36 Apr 3, 2004
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks / (post-)shredder technology, recycling
Dutch term or phrase: indirecte selectie
"Zestig procent [van alle autowrakken uit een shredderproef] is direct geselecteerd op model... De overige veertig procent is via *indirecte selectie* samengesteld. Daarbij gaat het om indeling volgens de klassen A-B (kleine auto’s), C-D (middenklassers) en E-F (grotere modellen)."

This term appears in an interview regarding post-shredder technology. I've found this collocation on the Net, but it is mainly associated with animals! In the recycling industry does one simply refer to 'indirect selection' or is there a better translation? RSVP. TIA. Cheers, Rob.
Robert Kleemaier
Canada
Local time: 12:44
English translation:indirect selection
Explanation:
You hit the nail on the head with that one.
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Dutchy04
Local time: 20:44
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dank u.
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indirect selection


Explanation:
You hit the nail on the head with that one.

Dutchy04
Local time: 20:44
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