squirting

French translation: skirting

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English term or phrase:squirting
French translation:skirting
Entered by: Trevino Translations

14:25 Nov 1, 2018
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / ascenseur
English term or phrase: squirting
Installing the cabin squirting bloked floor,
Install the screws for the floor squirting,
Start to install the back side car squirting, and after the lateral ones,
Nathmartin
Spain
Local time: 02:47
skirting ?
Explanation:
Could this be a typo of some sort? See example .pdf for "skirting".

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Note added at 24 mins (2018-11-01 14:50:30 GMT)
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In French, "plinthes", found in equivalent brochure in French. https://www.schindler.com/content/dam/web/ch/PDF/Produkte/Pr...
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skirting ?


Explanation:
Could this be a typo of some sort? See example .pdf for "skirting".

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Note added at 24 mins (2018-11-01 14:50:30 GMT)
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In French, "plinthes", found in equivalent brochure in French. https://www.schindler.com/content/dam/web/ch/PDF/Produkte/Pr...


    https://www.schindler.com/e-brochure/uk/6300/schindler-6300-elevator-mod-brochure-interior.pdf
Trevino Translations
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Local time: 02:47
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  FX Fraipont: plinthes
12 mins

agree  Tony M
1 hr

agree  B D Finch: plinthes - It is FR>EN!
1 hr

agree  Latifa Saalaoui
7 days
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