collier

Italian translation: collare/fascetta

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French term or phrase:collier
Italian translation:collare/fascetta
Entered by: Emanuela Galdelli

17:48 May 27, 2009
French to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial
French term or phrase: collier
Ho un dubbio. Il collier di un condotto di raccordo come viene tradotto? Fascetta? Collare?? E' un pezzo che si può staccare dal condotto.

Grazie!
Silvia Prendin
Italy
Local time: 05:41
collare/fascetta
Explanation:
vanno bene entrambi i termini, fascetta mi evoca qualcosa di più piccolo
http://www.corh.it/ita/dett_catalogo.asp?id=11
http://www.directindustry.it/fabbricante-industriale/fascett...

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Note added at 21 heures (2009-05-28 15:00:15 GMT)
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Non direi, la ghiera è sempre un "anello chiuso" e generalmente filettato

qual'è la tua frase esattamente in francese, "collier pour tuyau" ?
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Agnès Levillayer
Italy
Local time: 05:41
Grading comment
Perfetto! Ti ringrazio tantissimo
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4 +2collare/fascetta
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collare/fascetta


Explanation:
vanno bene entrambi i termini, fascetta mi evoca qualcosa di più piccolo
http://www.corh.it/ita/dett_catalogo.asp?id=11
http://www.directindustry.it/fabbricante-industriale/fascett...

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Note added at 21 heures (2009-05-28 15:00:15 GMT)
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Non direi, la ghiera è sempre un "anello chiuso" e generalmente filettato

qual'è la tua frase esattamente in francese, "collier pour tuyau" ?

Agnès Levillayer
Italy
Local time: 05:41
Works in field
Native speaker of: French
PRO pts in category: 62
Grading comment
Perfetto! Ti ringrazio tantissimo
Notes to answerer
Asker: non è ghiera, vero? Mi vengono tutti i dubbi!

Asker: è citato in varie parti del testo e si riferisce a "gaine d'air" o "gaine de raccordement"


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agree  Raoul COLIN
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agree  giovanna diomede
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