lift-off

08:27 Sep 26, 2019
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English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Computers (general)
English term or phrase: lift-off
Si parla di un mouse ottico particolarmente preciso per il gaming. Non saprei come rendere lift off e landing cut-off

"And with ASYMMETRIC CUT-OFF, you’re able to set different lift-off and landing cut-off points for greater precision."
Luca Ruella
United States


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4Sollevamento
Virginia Magrì
3decollo
Chelsi Craddock
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Daniela Cannarella

  

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decollo


Explanation:
In the context it seems like it is referring to "lift-off" and "landing" as an airplane does. If that is the case, then "decollo" and "atterraggio" would be the equivalents.


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Chelsi Craddock
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Sollevamento


Explanation:
Credo che faccia riferimento alla distanza di sollevamento del mouse, quindi lo tradurrei semplicemente con "sollevamento".

Virginia Magrì
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