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English translation: "Stale air will not be let in any longer."

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13:12 Apr 27, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: reingelassen
referring to automobile air-quality sensors: "Schlechte Luft wird nicht mehr reingelassen."
Gregory Mehrten
United States
Local time: 21:18
English translation:"Stale air will not be let in any longer."
Explanation:
"rein-" is the short form of the separable prefixes "herein-" and "hinein". In this case,it is the short form of present passive tense of the verb hineinlassen (wird hineingelassen). In order to be sure, one must see this phrase more in context.
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na"Stale air will not be let in any longer."llsharpe


  

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"Stale air will not be let in any longer."


Explanation:
"rein-" is the short form of the separable prefixes "herein-" and "hinein". In this case,it is the short form of present passive tense of the verb hineinlassen (wird hineingelassen). In order to be sure, one must see this phrase more in context.

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Explanation:
a term which is shown in the standard North American manual for all motor vehicles

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