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English translation: Steg = (probably elastic) strap

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11:58 May 8, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Textiles / Clothing / Fashion
German term or phrase: Steg
This word appears in the description of a cushion set for a garden chair. It is described as having a 'Steg und Doppelkordel'. The word appears in only one sentence and no info is given as to its purpose or where it is found on the cushion cover.
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English translation:Steg = (probably elastic) strap
Explanation:
"Jean Paul Gaultier, der Männern einst Röcke anzog, steckt sie jetzt in Steghosen und knielange, gegürtete Trenchcoats, stülpt ihnen auf der Brust geschlitzte Kapuzenpullis über oder kombiniert ganz traditionell Hemd und Krawatte." Meant in this text is the little elastic strap that goes under the instep of the shoe. I suppose there is an (elastic) strap and a cord to hold the cushion on the chair.

http://www.bergische-landeszeitung.de/vermischtes/magazin/21...
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Dan McCrosky
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Summary of answers provided
naSteg: stay/bracket/bridgeKARIN ISBELL
nawebJohn Kinory
naSteg = (probably elastic) strapDan McCrosky
nacrosspieceCami Townsend
nabar
Michael Dollman


  

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8 mins
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Explanation:
This was included in a relevant source

Dictionary of Crafts Terms
German-English

URL below

Without seeing a sketch I could not be 100% certain it is correct, but it looks OK.




    Reference: http://www.is-koeln.de/spitzentraum/dictionary/d-edict.htm#S...
Michael Dollman
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31 mins
crosspiece


Explanation:
My Duden lists the following as one of the definitions of Steg:

"waagrechtes Verbindungssteil zwischen zwei Stuhlbeinen od.Tischbeinen."

As for the cushion, maybe rather than being on the cushon cover, it's a piece on which the cushion rests.

Cami Townsend
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2 hrs
Steg = (probably elastic) strap


Explanation:
"Jean Paul Gaultier, der Männern einst Röcke anzog, steckt sie jetzt in Steghosen und knielange, gegürtete Trenchcoats, stülpt ihnen auf der Brust geschlitzte Kapuzenpullis über oder kombiniert ganz traditionell Hemd und Krawatte." Meant in this text is the little elastic strap that goes under the instep of the shoe. I suppose there is an (elastic) strap and a cord to hold the cushion on the chair.

http://www.bergische-landeszeitung.de/vermischtes/magazin/21...



    Reference: http://www.bergische-landeszeitung.de/vermischtes/magazin/21...
Dan McCrosky
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3 hrs
web


Explanation:
in this context it is likely to mean 'web' or 'webbed structure'; 'doppelkordel' here would mean 'double cord'

John Kinory
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3 hrs
Steg: stay/bracket/bridge


Explanation:
cf.Ernst

KARIN ISBELL
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Mar 17, 2016 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
FieldOther » Tech/Engineering
Jul 13, 2015 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
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