steeling

Romanian translation: ascuţire cu masat

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English term or phrase:steeling
Romanian translation:ascuţire cu masat
Entered by: Claudia Coja

20:06 Oct 12, 2013
English to Romanian translations [PRO]
Safety / Safety policies
English term or phrase: steeling
Steeling is often recommended to be performed immediately before or after using a knife, and can be done daily. By contrast, knives are generally sharpened much less frequently. A traditional smooth honing steel is of no use if the edge is blunt, because it removes no material; instead it fixes deformation along the edge of a sharp blade. There has long been speculation about the efficacy of steeling (re-aligning the edge) vs honing (removing minor deformation with abrasives);
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steeling
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knife_sharpening#Steeling
Claudia Coja
Local time: 19:16
ascuţire cu masat
Explanation:
http://www.cevabun.ro/ghidul-cutitelor-de-bucatarie/
MASÁT, masate, s. n. (Pop.) Unealtă de oțel în formă de sul sau, rar, de pilă plată, întrebuințată la ascuțitul cuțitelor.

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ascuţire cu masat


Explanation:
http://www.cevabun.ro/ghidul-cutitelor-de-bucatarie/
MASÁT, masate, s. n. (Pop.) Unealtă de oțel în formă de sul sau, rar, de pilă plată, întrebuințată la ascuțitul cuțitelor.

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Note added at 15 minute (2013-10-12 20:22:24 GMT)
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'Ascuţirea cuţitului cu masatul...'

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