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precursor development

Spanish translation: desarrollo del sabor

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English term or phrase:precursor development
Spanish translation:desarrollo del sabor
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15:55 Jun 21, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: precursor development
Flavour development of a liquor is a complicated process, dependent on the type of cocoa bean used - its generic background and growing conditions, the flavour precursor development in the bean during fermentation and the flavour formation during subsequent processing
Basilio Cobreros Cenador
Spain
Local time: 07:34
Your answer is:" Desarrollo precursor"
Explanation:
You should translate it like this in order to have sense in your sentence.
"El desarrollo del sabor de un licor es un proceso complicado, dependiendo del tipo de semilla de cacao usado - sus antecedentes genéricos y condiciones de crecimiento. El desarrollo precursor del sabor en la semilla durante el proceso de fermentación y la formación del sabor durante el proceso subsecuente.
Hope you like it, buena suerte!
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Clara Albornoz
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Gracias por tomarte la molestia de traducir todo el párrafo.
Un saludo cordial.
Basilio Cobreros
cenador@wanadoo.es
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Summary of answers provided
nadesarrollo del precursor
Patricia Lutteral
naYour answer is:" Desarrollo precursor"
Clara Albornoz
naDESARROLLO DEL PRECURSOR
Terry Burgess


  

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13 mins
DESARROLLO DEL PRECURSOR


Explanation:
Sounds very literal, I know, but why not?

RH-Webster's gives the following definition of "precursor":

Chem., Biochem. a chemical that is transformed into another compound, as in the course of a chemical reaction, and therefore precedes that compound in the synthetic pathway.

Hope it helps:-)

tb



    Above + Exp.
Terry Burgess
Mexico
Local time: 00:34
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 3315

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Patricia Lutteral
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2 hrs
Your answer is:" Desarrollo precursor"


Explanation:
You should translate it like this in order to have sense in your sentence.
"El desarrollo del sabor de un licor es un proceso complicado, dependiendo del tipo de semilla de cacao usado - sus antecedentes genéricos y condiciones de crecimiento. El desarrollo precursor del sabor en la semilla durante el proceso de fermentación y la formación del sabor durante el proceso subsecuente.
Hope you like it, buena suerte!


    Collins Cobuild, Spanish Language, editon 2.000
    5 years Teaching english
Clara Albornoz
PRO pts in pair: 4
Grading comment
Gracias por tomarte la molestia de traducir todo el párrafo.
Un saludo cordial.
Basilio Cobreros
cenador@wanadoo.es
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14 hrs
desarrollo del precursor


Explanation:
La respuesta de Wilde es absolutamente correcta. Se refiere al precursor (del sabor), en el sentido científico del término.

Acá te paso un artículo que habla precisamente del desarrollo del sabor en las plantas.

El acido A-ketoglutarato trabaja en la asimilacion de nitrogeno de amonia inorganico para producir un precursor acidoaminico
http://www.fortunecity.es/arcoiris/zen/148/factordelsabor.ht...

Saludos,

Patricia

Patricia Lutteral
Argentina
Local time: 03:34
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 1564
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