Knarzverhalten

English translation: Knarzen = to creak

07:32 Jul 18, 2000
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Tech/Engineering - Materials (Plastics, Ceramics, etc.)
German term or phrase: Knarzverhalten
Knarz behavior of leather ??
G. Wolf
English translation:Knarzen = to creak
Explanation:
I have never heard of "Knarzverhalten" but "knarzen" means something like "to creak" and Knarzverhalten would be something like "the creaking of the leather". I hope this helps.
Roswitha
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naRoswitha's right: Squeaking of leather
Nancy Schmeing
naKnarzen = to creak
Roswitha Goossens-Winter


  

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Knarzen = to creak


Explanation:
I have never heard of "Knarzverhalten" but "knarzen" means something like "to creak" and Knarzverhalten would be something like "the creaking of the leather". I hope this helps.
Roswitha

Roswitha Goossens-Winter
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Roswitha's right: Squeaking of leather


Explanation:
Looked all over and that's the only meaning I found for Knarz. Come to think of it, remember how brand-new leather shoes used to squeak when your Dad walked in them the first time or two? Guess they handled that problem.


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