סדר הליכה

English translation: walking route order

19:08 Feb 24, 2014
Hebrew to English translations [PRO]
Energy / Power Generation / Water Meters
Hebrew term or phrase: סדר הליכה
Not much context other than it appears on an invoice for water/sewerage. It has something to do with the water meter as it is listed next to the water meter number and count.

Something similar can be found here:
http://www.yaaf.co.il/handterminals/counters.asp

Any help will be appreciated.
Ty Kendall
United Kingdom
Local time: 21:01
English translation:walking route order
Explanation:
"סדר הליכה" seems to indicate the "walking route" used by the meter reader going about his rounds, so that the "סדר" part is a matter of where on the route the given meter is. For an instance of "walking route," see the web reference (and also search: there are others as well).
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David Greenberg
Israel
Local time: 23:01
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Thanks David! :-)
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walking route order


Explanation:
"סדר הליכה" seems to indicate the "walking route" used by the meter reader going about his rounds, so that the "סדר" part is a matter of where on the route the given meter is. For an instance of "walking route," see the web reference (and also search: there are others as well).


    Reference: http://www.lcjmwsc.com/customer/itron.shtml
David Greenberg
Israel
Local time: 23:01
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
Thanks David! :-)
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Asker: Thanks, that does make sense! :-)


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agree  Lingopro: Then I stand corrected, and thus removed my comment.
22 mins
  -> Could be. In the English-language sources, though, there's differentiation between walking routes and driven routes, so the former might be meant specifically here.
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