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22:06 Sep 4, 2011
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO] Tech/Engineering - Science (general) / article from The Sunday Times
English term or phrase:prongs
Context: At the age of ine months, he had reached the development stage of a normal sighted baby. He was able to perform tests such as balancing an object on two prongs or on a table edge.
Prongs might be 'puntas', but in English we usually say 'prongs of a fork' or 'prongs of ...." something. This is weird sounding.
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Explanation: Se refiere a que el niño es capaz de mantener en equilibrio un objeto sobre dos puntos, entendidos como puntos de contacto del objeto con una base.
Haría falta tener más contexto para poder precisar más.
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