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Spanish translation: at what is "termed".... = conocido con el término.....

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15:44 Dec 13, 1999
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: termed
---Flow tubes are driven by the driver in opposite directions about their respective bending axes W and W' and at what is "termed" the first out-of-phase bending mode of the flowmeter.---

Please I need to know what termed means in this sentence.
Thanks
Salvador Munguía
Spanish translation:at what is "termed".... = conocido con el término.....
Explanation:
This is the bestway to say it clearly and precisely.

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ami4150
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Local time: 07:36
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Summary of answers provided
5DENOMINADO
cmbvenezuela
nalo que se nombra, lo que se llama
Erika Lundgren
natermed=nombradoChrsitine Langenfeld
naat what is "termed".... = conocido con el término.....ami4150
natermed = lo conocido como
comosa
naen lo que se llamaEloy Fuente Herrero
naen lo que se conoce como
Teresita Garcia Ruy Sanchez


  

Answers


10 mins
en lo que se conoce como


Explanation:
In this instance this word can be translated like this because that is the phrase we will use in Spanish.

Teresita Garcia Ruy Sanchez
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1 hr
termed = lo conocido como


Explanation:
termed: from term = término, el nombre por lo cual se conoce.

comosa
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1 hr
en lo que se llama


Explanation:
In accord whith the latter.

Eloy Fuente Herrero
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4 hrs
at what is "termed".... = conocido con el término.....


Explanation:
This is the bestway to say it clearly and precisely.



ami4150
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13 hrs
termed=nombrado


Explanation:
"Lo que es nombrado..." or "Lo que lleva el nombre..." or "Lo que se nombra..."
I hope this helps!

Chrsitine Langenfeld
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14 hrs
lo que se nombra, lo que se llama


Explanation:
I agree with translater above in translating it to "lo que se llama". To term something is to establish this as a term in this context, i.e. it is not a commonly used term, it is being introduced as a term for the first time, or it is not very common and this explanation is required in order to avoid confusion.

Erika Lundgren
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4984 days   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
DENOMINADO


Explanation:
is termed - esta denominado....

cmbvenezuela
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