water fog

Spanish translation: niebla de evaporación

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English term or phrase:water fog
Spanish translation:niebla de evaporación
Entered by: Cristina Moldovan do Amaral
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06:12 Jul 15, 2000
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English term or phrase: water fog
Water fog may form.
dany2303
Local time: 10:36
niebla de evaporación
Explanation:
Niebla de evaporación, es el término que ofrece Eurodicautom.
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Carmen Hernaiz
Spain
Local time: 15:36
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Summary of answers provided
na"nebulosidad acuosa"
Baruch Avidar
nasee below
Neil Phillipson
naPlease see below:
Blanca Amoroso
naNebulosidad
Leonardo Lamarche
naniebla de evaporación
Carmen Hernaiz


  

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6 mins
niebla de evaporación


Explanation:
Niebla de evaporación, es el término que ofrece Eurodicautom.
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Carmen Hernaiz
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22 mins
Nebulosidad


Explanation:
Se puede producir nebulosidad. Creo que se puede dejar así, ya que agregar: ...de agua, sería redundante.
Referencia: Simon & Schuster. Espero sea de ayuda.

Leonardo Lamarche
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33 mins
Please see below:


Explanation:
Water fog: nebulización hídrica.
Otro término para corroborar contexto:
Waterfog nozzle: boquilla para nebulizar agua (contraincendios)
Source: Beigbeder Atienza, Federico. Dic. Politécnico.

Espero te sea útil.
Saludos.


Blanca Amoroso
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44 mins
see below


Explanation:
One could also translate this as "vapor", as in the gas produced upon boiling a liquid.
Otherwise, it would refer to "fog" or "mist". In which case it would be, "niebla" or "neblina" or "bruma" (seamist).
But without further context I can't be sure. Always put as much useful context as possible to help us help you.
I hope this helps.
Neil (English prof.)


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Neil Phillipson
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1 hr
"nebulosidad acuosa"


Explanation:
I would say:

"Podri'a formarse nebulosidad/neblina acuosa"

Good luck!

Baruch Avidar
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