Einschubschlaufe (hier)

Italian translation: passante (del cinturino)

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German term or phrase:Einschubschlaufe (Uhrband)
Italian translation:passante (del cinturino)
Entered by: Teresa Bellelli

08:31 Apr 23, 2005
German to Italian translations [PRO]
Manufacturing
German term or phrase: Einschubschlaufe (hier)
es geht um modische Uhrbänder.
wie könnte man dies Stückchen Leder auf Italienisch bezeichnen?
Beate Simeone-Beelitz
Austria
Local time: 01:47
passante (del cinturino)
Explanation:
a meno che non sia proprio il cinturino (o anche cinghietta), sinceramente non lo capisco bene, senz'altro nel contesto lo potrai capire, magari aggiungilo nella richiesta.
Ciao
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Local time: 01:47
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passante (del cinturino)


Explanation:
a meno che non sia proprio il cinturino (o anche cinghietta), sinceramente non lo capisco bene, senz'altro nel contesto lo potrai capire, magari aggiungilo nella richiesta.
Ciao

Teresa Bellelli
Local time: 01:47
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