non-pitted

German translation: see below

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05:40 Aug 27, 2000
English to German translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: non-pitted
context: non-pitted surfac of a glass ceramicTurn social sharing on.
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Anne Bartz
German translation:see below
Explanation:
I would need more context. Here are the words for pitted I found:
ausgehoelt, gelocht, getuepfelt, und
techn. genarbt, gekoernt
the non- is the opposite of the above.
I would think that a non-pitted surface
would mean something like "geschmeidig,"
"glatt" or something similar "ohne Koerner, ohne Narben, ohne Loecher" etc.

I hope this is of any help.
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Elisabeth Moser
United States
Local time: 17:49
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It is very helpful. Bei den vielen Alternativen werde ich die richtige finden. Danke. Anne
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Explanation:
I would need more context. Here are the words for pitted I found:
ausgehoelt, gelocht, getuepfelt, und
techn. genarbt, gekoernt
the non- is the opposite of the above.
I would think that a non-pitted surface
would mean something like "geschmeidig,"
"glatt" or something similar "ohne Koerner, ohne Narben, ohne Loecher" etc.

I hope this is of any help.



    Muret-Sanders
Elisabeth Moser
United States
Local time: 17:49
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 303
Grading comment
It is very helpful. Bei den vielen Alternativen werde ich die richtige finden. Danke. Anne
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