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Explanation: Il Merriam-Webster dà come definizione di face nel senso di surface = qualsiasi superficie frontale esterna di un corpo geometrico; penso quindi che potresti dire "le leve del freno vanno allineate parallelamente alla s.f.e. ..."
Gilda Manara Italy Local time: 14:12 Native speaker of: Italian PRO pts in pair: 1038
Just on the offchance, I don't suppose your author could be referring to the "ferodo" of the brake, which could perhaps be called the "face" (although "friction facing" would be more common)? What sort of application does your brake brake, I wonder.
Derek Smith Local time: 14:12 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 117