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Introduction to Film

Bulgarian translation: Uvod v rentgenografiyata; Uvod v izgotvyaneto na mikrosrezove

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04:24 May 15, 2000
English to Bulgarian translations [PRO]
Science
English term or phrase: Introduction to Film
This comes from an Academic Transcript (Canada).
The subject is FILM. The strange thing about it is that it is listed within a programme of Biochemistry. To me at least, it doesn’t look like it refers to movie or cinematographic arts.
Angelina
Bulgarian translation:Uvod v rentgenografiyata; Uvod v izgotvyaneto na mikrosrezove
Explanation:
V biohimiyata se izpolzvat i dvata varianta:
1) Film (preparation) - podgotovka i obrabotka na rentgenovi snimki/filmi (ima stotici varianti, kato se zapochne ot submolekulyarnata rentgenografiya)

2) (Sliced/peeled) film (preparation) - izgorvyane na mikrosrezove za mikrroskopski analiz - v syvremennata biohimiya obiknoveno chrez lazerno "ostyrgvane" na blokche ot material sys zalyat "sample" ot tykan.
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Mihail Mihaylov
Local time: 17:27
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Strahotno! Mnogo blagodarya.
Angelina
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naUvod v rentgenografiyata; Uvod v izgotvyaneto na mikrosrezoveMihail Mihaylov
naplease, select the most appropriate
Vladimir Shapovalov


  

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50 mins
please, select the most appropriate


Explanation:
It's not precisely clear to me what the author means and unfortunately the context is not explanatory enough. Thus I am sending the following meanings for you to choose from:
Main Entry: 1film
Pronunciation: 'film, Southern also 'fi(&)m
Function: noun
Usage: often attributive
Etymology: Middle English filme, from Old English filmen; akin to Greek pelma sole of the foot, Old English fell skin -- more at FELL
Date: before 12th century
1 a : a thin skin or membranous covering : PELLICLE b : an abnormal growth on or in the eye
2 : a thin covering or coating <a film of ice>
3 a : an exceedingly thin layer : LAMINA b (1) : a thin flexible transparent sheet (as of plastic) used especially as a wrapping (2) : such
a sheet of cellulose acetate or nitrocellulose coated with a radiation-sensitive emulsion for taking photographs.

Hope this is helpful. Good luck

Vladimir Shapovalov
United States
Local time: 07:27
Native speaker of: Native in BulgarianBulgarian, Native in RussianRussian
PRO pts in pair: 431
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3 hrs
Uvod v rentgenografiyata; Uvod v izgotvyaneto na mikrosrezove


Explanation:
V biohimiyata se izpolzvat i dvata varianta:
1) Film (preparation) - podgotovka i obrabotka na rentgenovi snimki/filmi (ima stotici varianti, kato se zapochne ot submolekulyarnata rentgenografiya)

2) (Sliced/peeled) film (preparation) - izgorvyane na mikrosrezove za mikrroskopski analiz - v syvremennata biohimiya obiknoveno chrez lazerno "ostyrgvane" na blokche ot material sys zalyat "sample" ot tykan.

Mihail Mihaylov
Local time: 17:27
PRO pts in pair: 12
Grading comment
Strahotno! Mnogo blagodarya.
Angelina
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