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pushplate / pull

Italian translation: pulsante d'apertura / maniglia

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English term or phrase:pushplate / pull
Italian translation:pulsante d'apertura / maniglia
Entered by: Teresalba
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22:18 Jan 10, 2002
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Architecture / Architecture
English term or phrase: pushplate / pull
What are these terms relating to a door? The pushplate should be a plate where you apply pressure in order to open the door, but I can't find the Italian rendition of the term. Same for "pull". Thank you!
Marco Massignan
Local time: 08:27
v. sotto
Explanation:
pushplate = pulsante di apertura
pull = tirare (verb)
maniglia (noun)
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Teresalba
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Local time: 08:27
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5v. sotto
Teresalba


  

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v. sotto


Explanation:
pushplate = pulsante di apertura
pull = tirare (verb)
maniglia (noun)


Teresalba
Italy
Local time: 08:27
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