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BULL-NOSE RISERS

Spanish translation: contrahuellas redondeadas

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English term or phrase:bull-nose risers
Spanish translation:contrahuellas redondeadas
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16:28 May 2, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: BULL-NOSE RISERS
La frase completa es:
"Flexible supplies or Bull-Nose Risers must be purchased separately".

Se trata de un manual para la instalación de las llaves de un lavabo.

Tengo además una duda: "Spline" lo estoy traduciendo como "nervio/lengüeta postizo(a)". ¿Qué opinan?

Aprecio su ayuda!
Clau Fernndez
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Explanation:
Parece ser una adorno vertical de azulejo, madera, etc. con orilla redondeada. Se usan como un baseboard,(rodapié) o bién en el baño. Es la parte que se encuentra entre las llaves de agua y la pared (como guarda-salpiques de agua). Se monta el azulejo (riser) y luego se le coloca encima un azulejo redondeado (bull nose).
Bueno esa es mi interpretación. Aquí te envío unas diecciones para que veas.
www.ct-realtors.com/46rayfield.html -
www.mailingstuff.com/delco/d_modumail.htm
www.houstonremodeling.com/stairwaysround.htm

Saludos,

Bye


spline-árbol ranurado, ranura, estría, cuña.

Bull Nose Tread
A tread that has one or both sides finished in a radius. Often used as a starting step and often requires a curved riser beneath.

Rise
The vertical measurement from the top of one tread to the top of the next tread.

http://www.rrhardwood.com/faqstairs.htm

Bull nose- A trim piece or plate applied to the sub floor on balcony areas to provide a foundation for the balusters.

Risers- The vertical face of a step.

http://www.stairsandrails.com/glossary.htm
Bull nose – convex rounding of a stone member, such as a stair tread.
http://www.stone.ca/library/glossary.htm


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Muchas gracias! Tu explicación fue muy oportuna y de gran ayuda. Sin embargo, me decidí por: contrahuellas redondeadas.
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ver explicación


Explanation:
Parece ser una adorno vertical de azulejo, madera, etc. con orilla redondeada. Se usan como un baseboard,(rodapié) o bién en el baño. Es la parte que se encuentra entre las llaves de agua y la pared (como guarda-salpiques de agua). Se monta el azulejo (riser) y luego se le coloca encima un azulejo redondeado (bull nose).
Bueno esa es mi interpretación. Aquí te envío unas diecciones para que veas.
www.ct-realtors.com/46rayfield.html -
www.mailingstuff.com/delco/d_modumail.htm
www.houstonremodeling.com/stairwaysround.htm

Saludos,

Bye


spline-árbol ranurado, ranura, estría, cuña.

Bull Nose Tread
A tread that has one or both sides finished in a radius. Often used as a starting step and often requires a curved riser beneath.

Rise
The vertical measurement from the top of one tread to the top of the next tread.

http://www.rrhardwood.com/faqstairs.htm

Bull nose- A trim piece or plate applied to the sub floor on balcony areas to provide a foundation for the balusters.

Risers- The vertical face of a step.

http://www.stairsandrails.com/glossary.htm
Bull nose – convex rounding of a stone member, such as a stair tread.
http://www.stone.ca/library/glossary.htm




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Muchas gracias! Tu explicación fue muy oportuna y de gran ayuda. Sin embargo, me decidí por: contrahuellas redondeadas.
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