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finished floor level

German translation: OK FFB

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05:00 May 23, 2001
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: finished floor level
" The difference between the finished floor level ( FFL ) in the house and the conservatory is to be 600 mm"
DPS
Australia
Local time: 15:41
German translation:OK FFB
Explanation:
This is the standard used by all State Construction Offices in Germany and also by NATO, by the way. It is also a standard term in architecture. All the other terms would be understood perhaps but have fallen into desuitude.
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naOK FFBxxxquine
naOK FFB
Steve Martin
nadas fertiggestllte Bodenniveau
Mats Wiman


  

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47 mins
das fertiggestllte Bodenniveau


Explanation:
rather literal but...


    Norstedts de<>sv<>en+MW
Mats Wiman
Sweden
Local time: 05:41
Native speaker of: Native in SwedishSwedish
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59 mins
OK FFB


Explanation:
"Oberkante Fertigfussboden" i.e. top level of the finished floor.

Steve Martin


    My experience translating in this field but from German
Steve Martin
Germany
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Native speaker of: English
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1 hr
OK FFB


Explanation:
This is the standard used by all State Construction Offices in Germany and also by NATO, by the way. It is also a standard term in architecture. All the other terms would be understood perhaps but have fallen into desuitude.


    25 years of experience, starting where the technical dictionaries and databases stop.
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