Verlierteile

Dutch translation: losgeraakte (onder)delen

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German term or phrase:Verlierteile
Dutch translation:losgeraakte (onder)delen
Entered by: Gretel Schoukens

08:22 Dec 4, 2018
German to Dutch translations [PRO]
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German term or phrase: Verlierteile
Gefährdung beim Entfernen von Verlierteilen
Das Entfernen von Verlierteilen aus der laufenden Anlage kann zu schweren Verletzungen an den Fingern führen. Deshalb darf die Entfernung von Verlierteilen nur bei ausgeschalteter Anlage erfolgen.

In het EN vond ik als vertaling 'lost parts', dat zou dan zoiets zijn als 'verloren onderdelen' of 'onderdelen die snel verloren gaan'. Ik vind dat in de context echter vreemd. Ben ik heel verkeerd met mijn interpretatie als ik er gewoon 'kleine onderdelen' van maak?

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Gretel Schoukens
Slovenia
Local time: 07:11
losgeraakte (onder)delen
Explanation:
Lijkt me goed passen
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Henk Sanderson
Netherlands
Local time: 07:11
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Bedankt!!
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losgeraakte (onder)delen


Explanation:
Lijkt me goed passen

Henk Sanderson
Netherlands
Local time: 07:11
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