dimped

Italian translation: puntinato/ a fossette

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English term or phrase:dimpled
Italian translation:puntinato/ a fossette
Entered by: ivanamdb

13:28 Apr 29, 2005
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Environment & Ecology
English term or phrase: dimped
In una tabella riportante i dati tecnici di fogli e rotoli assorbenti per l'uso in caso di fuoriuscite accidentali di olio, compare l'espressione seguente in riferimento al prodotto: "dimped standard meltblown".

Come rendere **dimped**?

Grazie a chi vorrà intervenire!
Manuela Bongioanni
Local time: 01:58
puntinato/ a fossette
Explanation:
I think it should be DIMPLED (otherwise it does not make sense) and that would be = said of a material built with depression or indentation in the surface
(You can use the same term to define skin with cellulite)
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ivanamdb
Local time: 00:58
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puntinato/ a fossette


Explanation:
I think it should be DIMPLED (otherwise it does not make sense) and that would be = said of a material built with depression or indentation in the surface
(You can use the same term to define skin with cellulite)


    Reference: http://www.iepsorbents.com/iep_030.htm
ivanamdb
Local time: 00:58
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