ausgezogen

Italian translation: continua

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German term or phrase:ausgezogen
Italian translation:continua
Entered by: Elisa Farina

20:28 Aug 9, 2019
German to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks / Fahrschultraining
German term or phrase: ausgezogen
Italiano svizzero

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Links darf nur bis zur ausgezogene Halteverbotslinie [...]
Federica Carrus
Local time: 11:54
continua
Explanation:
Dovrebbe trattarsi della linea continua vietante l'arresto.

In questo testo normativo trovi "ausgezogen" in tedesco e "continua" in italiano:
https://www.droit-bilingue.ch/rs/lex/1985/01/19850163-unique...

In quest'altro, invece, trovi un ben più familiare "ununterbrochen" in riferimento alla Halteverbotslinie (reso in italiano, giustamente, come "continua"):
https://www.droit-bilingue.ch/rs/lex/1979/02/19790235-a77-de...

Credo, comunque, che "ausgezogen" sia usato appunto col significato di "ununterbrochen".
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Elisa Farina
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Local time: 11:54
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continua


Explanation:
Dovrebbe trattarsi della linea continua vietante l'arresto.

In questo testo normativo trovi "ausgezogen" in tedesco e "continua" in italiano:
https://www.droit-bilingue.ch/rs/lex/1985/01/19850163-unique...

In quest'altro, invece, trovi un ben più familiare "ununterbrochen" in riferimento alla Halteverbotslinie (reso in italiano, giustamente, come "continua"):
https://www.droit-bilingue.ch/rs/lex/1979/02/19790235-a77-de...

Credo, comunque, che "ausgezogen" sia usato appunto col significato di "ununterbrochen".

Elisa Farina
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Local time: 11:54
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Sì, grazie!!!
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