riser

Spanish translation: Ver abajo

14:20 Sep 25, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: riser
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Gustavo Partal
Spanish translation:Ver abajo
Explanation:
Si el contexto es una planta industrial (especialmente refinación de petróleo o química), riser = elevador, tubería ascendente, columna ascendente, tubería vertical, etc. Ref. Diccionario Politécnico de F. Beigbeder y experiencia propia. Espero sea de atyuda.
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naElevador
Beatriz Read
naSee below
Ivan Sanchez
naVer abajo
Leonardo Lamarche (X)
nacontrahuella
Yolanda Broad


  

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contrahuella


Explanation:
Del Oxford Superlex:

b (of stair) contrahuella f


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Yolanda Broad
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17 mins
Ver abajo


Explanation:
Si el contexto es una planta industrial (especialmente refinación de petróleo o química), riser = elevador, tubería ascendente, columna ascendente, tubería vertical, etc. Ref. Diccionario Politécnico de F. Beigbeder y experiencia propia. Espero sea de atyuda.

Leonardo Lamarche (X)
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2 hrs
See below


Explanation:
I agree with the colleagues, with no context, the term can be interpreted in many variants:
Plumbing: 'riser lines'(water supply).
Industrial instalations: 'riser tubings'
Carpentry: 'stair rises'
In fact, anything that elevates is a 'riser'.
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Ivan Sanchez
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2 hrs
Elevador


Explanation:
In terms of mechanical engineering it is an elevator.

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