Chain Slung

Italian translation: catena tesa (attraverso l'imboccatura)

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English term or phrase:Chain Slung
Italian translation:catena tesa (attraverso l'imboccatura)
Entered by: AdamiAkaPataflo

08:16 May 18, 2007
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Military / Defense / ancient defense systems
English term or phrase: Chain Slung
"The harbour was protected by a great chain slung across the entrance"
Rinaldo Ponte
Local time: 14:17
catena tesa (attraverso l'imboccatura)
Explanation:
"slung" è participio passato
:-)
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AdamiAkaPataflo
Germany
Local time: 14:17
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Muchas Gracias a todos
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3 +4catena tesa (attraverso l'imboccatura)
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chain slung
catena tesa (attraverso l'imboccatura)


Explanation:
"slung" è participio passato
:-)

AdamiAkaPataflo
Germany
Local time: 14:17
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in category: 24
Grading comment
Muchas Gracias a todos

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Caterina Rebecchi: sì!
1 min
  -> smiaup!

agree  silvia b (X): esatto!
11 mins
  -> :-)

agree  Leonardo Marcello Pignataro (X): Oh yeah!!! Così era difesa pure Costantinopoli! Oh, yeah!
20 mins
  -> slurbaciuk!

agree  Gian
43 mins
  -> tu, di porti, te ne intendi per forza ;-)))
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