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03:03 Aug 7, 2000
English to Portuguese translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: bleeding
bleeding - the tendency of a liquid component to separate from a solid or semi-solid mixture
I need to translate the term into English and Portuguese
AMaia
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naPurgaTelesforo Fernandez
naBoth terms given above are correct, but...
Luis Luis
nasangria
Wanda de Melo
nadrenagemcflores


  

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2 hrs
drenagem


Explanation:
tendência da fração líquida a separar-se da sólida ou pastosa em um sistema misto.

cflores
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3 hrs
sangria


Explanation:
Procedure in which you provoke the separation of liquids from a solid part.

The verb is: sangrar
The procedure: sangria
It can calso mean descarga (discharge)



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Wanda de Melo
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4 hrs
Both terms given above are correct, but...


Explanation:
"Escoando" is also applicable.

In English it would also be "leaching out" or "oozing"


Regards,
Luis M. Luis

Luis Luis
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4 hrs
Purga


Explanation:
In technical portuguese it is called purga .

Telesforo Fernandez
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