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szeleppel zárt (kötött elektrolitú)

French translation: accumulateur acide-plomb á valve regulée (électrolyte solide)

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09:33 Apr 4, 2004
Hungarian to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng
Hungarian term or phrase: szeleppel zárt (kötött elektrolitú)
Akkumulátortípus leírása: szeleppel zárt (kötött elektrolitú) savas ólomakkumulátor

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Katalin Rozália Szász
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French translation:accumulateur acide-plomb á valve regulée (électrolyte solide)
Explanation:
accumulateur acide-plomb á valve regulée (électrolyte solide)

"accumulateur acide-plomb" vagy "accumulateur à l'acide-plomb"
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szeleppel zárt (kötött elektrolitú)
accumulateur acide-plomb á valve regulée (électrolyte solide)


Explanation:
accumulateur acide-plomb á valve regulée (électrolyte solide)

"accumulateur acide-plomb" vagy "accumulateur à l'acide-plomb"


    Reference: http://www.concordebattery.com/french/fichetechnique_s%C3%A9...
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