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13:54 Jan 24, 2003
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: pocket
Bark and Bark pockets are not permitted


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5 +1Entrecasco
MIGUEL JIMENEZ
4bolsillo, área confinada
AnaBlyth
3Bolsa en la corteza
Andy Watkinson
3Bolsa en la corteza
Andy Watkinson


  

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bolsillo, área confinada


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AnaBlyth
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Entrecasco


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Definition a patch of bark,sometimes associated with a knot,that has become more or less enclosed by the growth of the tree

Reference Ford-Robertson,Soc.Am.Foresters
(1)
TERM bark pocket

Reference Ford-Robertson,Soc.Am.Foresters;ISO 2074:1972

Note {GRM} n.p.
{NTE} some resin or gum may also be present;wood structure
(2)
TERM inbark

Reference Ford-Robertson,Soc.Am.Foresters;AFNOR;ISO 1031:1974;ISO 2074:1972

Note {GRM} n.
{NTE} some resin or gum may also be present;wood structure
(3)
TERM ingrown bark

Reference Ford-Robertson,Soc.Am.Foresters;ISO 2074:1972

Note {GRM} n.p.
{NTE} some resin or gum may also be present;wood structure
(4)
TERM bark seam

Reference Ford-Robertson,Soc.Am.Foresters

Note {GRM} n.p.
{NTE} some resin or gum may also be present;wood structure



(1)
TERM entrecasco

Reference FAO, BULL. TERM. 30/AR: MADERA CONTRACHAPADA; Metro



MIGUEL JIMENEZ
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agree  P Forgas: www.bibarquitectura.us.es/paginae-trabajos/ patologia3/maderas/maderas4.htm
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Bolsa en la corteza


Explanation:
...is the translation given by the Politécnico DIAZ DE SANTOS.

A BARK POCKET is a patch of bark partially or wholly enclosed in wood.

A CHECK is a crack in the wood structure of a piece, usually running lengthwise.

A PECK consists of a channeled or pitted area or pocket. Wood tissues between pecky areas remain unaffected in appearance and strength. Peckiness occurs only while the tree is still alive.




    Reference: http://www.bordenanderickson.com/defects.html
Andy Watkinson
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Bolsa en la corteza


Explanation:
...is the translation given by the Politécnico DIAZ DE SANTOS.

A BARK POCKET is a patch of bark partially or wholly enclosed in wood.

A CHECK is a crack in the wood structure of a piece, usually running lengthwise.

A PECK consists of a channeled or pitted area or pocket. Wood tissues between pecky areas remain unaffected in appearance and strength. Peckiness occurs only while the tree is still alive.




    Reference: http://www.bordenanderickson.com/defects.html
Andy Watkinson
Spain
Local time: 17:11
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 1312
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