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anlösen

English translation: attack

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23:53 Sep 11, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: anlösen
"Wenn ein Lösungsmittel verwendet wird, muss darauf geachtet werden, dass das Mittel die glatte Oberfläche nicht anlöst."
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mickey
Michael Scheidler
Local time: 00:02
English translation:attack
Explanation:
The solvent may be of a composition designed to dissolve the component chemicals of the smooth coating; there is often a warning on such products to the effect that it should be tried out on a small insignificant area. I think the then that writer has adapted the verb 'angreifen' in consideration of the dissolving affect of the solvent. Certainly anlösen is a stranger to any dictionary.
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attack


Explanation:
The solvent may be of a composition designed to dissolve the component chemicals of the smooth coating; there is often a warning on such products to the effect that it should be tried out on a small insignificant area. I think the then that writer has adapted the verb 'angreifen' in consideration of the dissolving affect of the solvent. Certainly anlösen is a stranger to any dictionary.

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