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Italian translation: "Scorrere rapidamente" and "Aumentare di livello"

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05:15 Aug 21, 2000
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: to ramp up
I encountered this verb in 2 paragraphs: "In ramping up the account, John says the xxx has filled nerarly 100 positions on the new project team..."; "The project team continues to ramp up from fewer than 500 servers to more than 2,000."
Ariella Germinario-Lingenthal
Italy
Local time: 08:01
Italian translation:"Scorrere rapidamente" and "Aumentare di livello"
Explanation:
The verb has to be translated with two different expressions in the two sentences.
In the first sentence it means "reading in a hurry, almost wildly".
In the second sentence its meaning is "sloping quickly from one level to another"

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Dr Claudio De Marchi
Local time: 08:01
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na"Scorrere rapidamente" and "Aumentare di livello"
Dr Claudio De Marchi


  

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"Scorrere rapidamente" and "Aumentare di livello"


Explanation:
The verb has to be translated with two different expressions in the two sentences.
In the first sentence it means "reading in a hurry, almost wildly".
In the second sentence its meaning is "sloping quickly from one level to another"




    Chambers 20th Century's Dictionary
Dr Claudio De Marchi
Local time: 08:01
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in pair: 79
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