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08:47 Aug 13, 2004
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English to Latvian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / cables
English term or phrase: breakout boot fingers
Finally shrink breakout boot fingers.

jo tālāk, jo trakāk :(
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Summary of answers provided
1savienojuma vietas ārējās izolācijas posmi
Vents Villers


  

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savienojuma vietas ārējās izolācijas posmi


Explanation:
(ja boot var tulkot kā ārējo izolāciju)...

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Note added at 2004-08-14 10:13:24 (GMT)
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Atceros, ka tautas valodā mēs šito \"boot\" par \"zeķēm\" saucām :))) Bet Klients var nesaprast:) \"Finger\" varētu būt arī \"gabals\", \"gabali\"...

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Note added at 2004-08-18 15:21:07 (GMT)
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Konsulteejos ar signalizaacijas uzstaadiitaajiem, kas diendienaa shos \"boot\" izmanto - vinni latviski tos sauc par \"kembrikiem\" ... Tas gan drossi vien ir taads pats zzargona vaards kaa \"zekkes\" un liidz ar to oficiaalaa tulkojumaa nepiemeerots...


    Reference: http://energy.tycoelectronics.com/rrg/raychem_rrg/828880.pdf
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