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04:08 Jul 9, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: spur
Technical manual describing parts of a detection system: "All the detectors continue in operation, because the loop has been now split into two spurs". It also talks about "branches and spurs". I found translations that often use branches and spurs almost interchangeably...very confusing!
Thanks for your help!
iris
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Spanish translation:Derivaciones
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ramales


Explanation:
In Argentina, when circuitry is split the term usually used is “ramal”. It is the same word applied to splitting of railroad tracks:

“la vía principal deriva en dos ramales, un ramal principal y otro secundario”


Hope this helps.

Have a nice day!

Eduardo





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Derivaciones


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