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Hand screw

Italian translation: vite a mano

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04:12 Jul 25, 2000
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
English term or phrase: Hand screw
E' vite a mano o manuale?
koala
Japan
Local time: 22:35
Italian translation:vite a mano
Explanation:
IO: vite a mano
MAROLLI ING: hand screw = vite da serrarsi a mano, vite a galletto, vite a testa zigrinata
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Ilde Grimaldi
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Summary of answers provided
navite a mano
Ilde Grimaldi
navedi sotto
Laura Gentili


  

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48 mins
vedi sotto


Explanation:
Per hand screw, il Marolli dà:
1. dado (o vite) da serrarsi a mano
2. dado (o vite) a galletto (o a testa zigrinata).

Laura Gentili
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54 mins
vite a mano


Explanation:
IO: vite a mano
MAROLLI ING: hand screw = vite da serrarsi a mano, vite a galletto, vite a testa zigrinata


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May 9, 2005 - Changes made by Ilde Grimaldi:
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