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07:22 Sep 19, 2007
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
English term or phrase: Armored Coal basering
pierścień zbrojony (?)/ izolowany (?) węglem - w celu zmniejszenia elektrostatyki metalu, z którego został wyprodukowany
Anna Pilch
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4metalowy pierścień pokryty węglem
Andrzej Mierzejewski


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armored coal basering
metalowy pierścień pokryty węglem


Explanation:
po prostu na podstawie opisu.

Oryginalny termin brzmi bardzo bojowo (armored = opancerzony), ale nie ma potrzeby wprowadzania takiego militarystycznego ;-) nastroju.

base... = bazowy, podstawowy, itp. - gdybym zobaczył cały opis, to może bym uwzględnił.

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Note added at 1 dzień  1 godz. (2007-09-20 08:25:18 GMT)
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Gdybym wiedział, jaka jest postać tego węgla, może wymyśliłbym coś innego.

Andrzej Mierzejewski
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