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brisures de riz

English translation: "broken rice" or "rice broken grain", depending on context.

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12:15 Jun 7, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
French term or phrase: brisures de riz
le sujet est 'les etapes de la transformation du riz'
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English translation:"broken rice" or "rice broken grain", depending on context.
Explanation:
Grain de riz fragmenté longitudinalement ou transversalement au cours de l'usinage. Au point de vue commercial, les brisures changent de nom avec leur dimension (brisures A, B, C ou brisures fines, trois quarts, une demie, petites, polissures ou farines basses).
Réf. Association francaise de normalisation. Amidons, fécules, dérivés et sous-produits: vocabulaire. Paris, Afnor, nov. 1979.
Organisation internationale de la normalisation. Starch, including derivatives and by-products: vocabulary. Geneva, ISO. 1979.
Piccioni, Marcello. Dictionnaire des aliments pour les animaux. Bologne, Edagricole. 1965.
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nabroken rice
Janet Kemp
na"broken rice" or "rice broken grain", depending on context.FPL
natry: low grade rice,
Lucien Marcelet


  

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29 mins
try: low grade rice,


Explanation:
my Harper-Collins defines it as: "unsorted rice of inconsistent quality."The rice industry uses several grade designations such as, extra fancy, fancy etc,other producers use numbers #1, #2 etc.
I suspect your example is around grade 5.


    Reference: http://www.gordonhanrahan.com/usarice/intl_grades_milled.htm
Lucien Marcelet
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"broken rice" or "rice broken grain", depending on context.


Explanation:
Grain de riz fragmenté longitudinalement ou transversalement au cours de l'usinage. Au point de vue commercial, les brisures changent de nom avec leur dimension (brisures A, B, C ou brisures fines, trois quarts, une demie, petites, polissures ou farines basses).
Réf. Association francaise de normalisation. Amidons, fécules, dérivés et sous-produits: vocabulaire. Paris, Afnor, nov. 1979.
Organisation internationale de la normalisation. Starch, including derivatives and by-products: vocabulary. Geneva, ISO. 1979.
Piccioni, Marcello. Dictionnaire des aliments pour les animaux. Bologne, Edagricole. 1965.

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broken rice


Explanation:
Grain fragments the length of which does not exceed three quarters of the average length of the whole grain.


    Reference: http://www.eurodic.ip.lu
Janet Kemp
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