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English translation: hochgezogen = lifted, nach oben gezogen wird = will be pulled up

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21:29 Mar 19, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Hochgezogen / nach oben gezogen
The following text appears in a patent relating to methods for producing transistors:
"Die Abtrennung kann durch Ionenimplantation unter Verwendung einer zustzlicher Maske erfolgen. Dadurch wird erreicht,da der von der Maske abgedeckte Bereich der Wanne NACH OBEN GEZOGEN wird. Oberhalb des HOCHGEZOGENEN Wannen bereichs wird in der p-dotierten ..."

Any ideas for a possible rendering of the "nach oben gezogen" and the "hochgezogenen" terms?

Thanks very much!

Harold
Harold
English translation:hochgezogen = lifted, nach oben gezogen wird = will be pulled up
Explanation:
I agree with 'allemminger that 'nach oben gezogen means 'pulled up' in both cases. But in this context that doesn't make sense. 'pulled up' is a free translation but not the proper translation for your text.

In my opinion the translation in my opinion should be like this:

'Die Abtrennung kann durch Ionenimplantation unter Verwendung einer zusätzlicher Maske erfolgen. Dadurch wird erreicht, daß der von der Maske abgedeckte Bereich der Wanne nach oben gezogen werden. Oberhalb des hochgezogene Wannen bereichs ...' = 'The separation can be attained through Ionimplantation by using an additional cover. This will give as result that the covered area of the tub will be pulled towards the top. Above the lifted area of the tub ...'

For more information about 'Wannen' in context with 'tubs': http://www.stelcon.de/body_reisezugwasch.html


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nahochgezogen = lifted, nach oben gezogen wird = will be pulled upxxxYve
napulled up, pulled up
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2 hrs
pulled up, pulled up


Explanation:
Ziehen=pull
nach oben=up
-> both terms mean pulled up (hochgezogen is the condition to be pulled up and nach oben gezogen in this context is the action of being pulled up)


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Andy Lemminger
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hochgezogen = lifted, nach oben gezogen wird = will be pulled up


Explanation:
I agree with 'allemminger that 'nach oben gezogen means 'pulled up' in both cases. But in this context that doesn't make sense. 'pulled up' is a free translation but not the proper translation for your text.

In my opinion the translation in my opinion should be like this:

'Die Abtrennung kann durch Ionenimplantation unter Verwendung einer zusätzlicher Maske erfolgen. Dadurch wird erreicht, daß der von der Maske abgedeckte Bereich der Wanne nach oben gezogen werden. Oberhalb des hochgezogene Wannen bereichs ...' = 'The separation can be attained through Ionimplantation by using an additional cover. This will give as result that the covered area of the tub will be pulled towards the top. Above the lifted area of the tub ...'

For more information about 'Wannen' in context with 'tubs': http://www.stelcon.de/body_reisezugwasch.html





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xxxYve
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