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13:45 Apr 29, 2008
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English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general) / watches
English term or phrase: rider tabs
Descripción de un modelo de reloj de pulsera.

The bezel of your watch is fitted with four raised indexes known as rider tabs.
These are used as reference points to mark a starting time or an ending time which one wants to remember.
In the models without a chronograph, they can also be used as a “minutes timer”, enabling the time elapsed in minutes to be measured.
Darío Zozaya
Argentina
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Summary of answers provided
5lengÜetas del jinete
Pablo Ilundain
3fijación superpuesta
AAG-alcaide


  

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lengÜetas del jinete


Explanation:
Mira en el link hacia el final, bajo la foto 11


    Reference: http://www.replicawatchreport.com/en_es/articles/breitling/r...
Pablo Ilundain
Spain
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rider tab
fijación superpuesta


Language variant: Castillian (Spain)

Explanation:
Literal translation.

AAG-alcaide
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