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ZTA & LTA + afkitten

English translation: seal

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Dutch term or phrase:afkitten
English translation:seal
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06:03 Mar 14, 2000
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Tech/Engineering
Dutch term or phrase: ZTA & LTA + afkitten
1)The above appear in respect of zonwering. Are they like SPF factors?
2)Waterslagen, kopschotjes etc. AFKITTEN.
Lucy Simpson
to seal
Explanation:
afkitten = to seal
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Local time: 06:38
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Summary of answers provided
naafkitten = to caulkKen Cox
nato coverJohn Krolis
nato sealenglish


  

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3 hrs
to seal


Explanation:
afkitten = to seal

english
Local time: 06:38
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7 hrs
to cover


Explanation:
To glue. To bond.
For abbreviations ZTA & LTA need additional text.

John Krolis
Local time: 06:38
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9 hrs
afkitten = to caulk


Explanation:
depends a bit on the context, and may be more american than uk usage. However, what any NA tradesman would call a tube of caulk is called 'kit' in dutch. 'to seal' is a good general translation.

Ken Cox
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