suddiviso

English translation: split up/subdivided

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Italian term or phrase:suddiviso
English translation:split up/subdivided
Entered by: Aquamarine76

14:14 Dec 17, 2010
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Architecture
Italian term or phrase: suddiviso
In this context, pls see below, thanks

L’intero impianto per l’edificio sarà suddiviso per piano, ciò significa che ogni ala del singolo piano di edificio sarà servita da un impianto composto da unità motocondensante posizionate al livello copertura con tubazioni montanti “primarie” gas/liquido tra l’unità esterna ed il collettore di distribuzione del gas refrigerante al piano, dal quale partiranno le tubazioni orizzontali “secondarie” gas/liquido per il collegamento dei singoli fan-coils relativi allo specifico piano.
Aquamarine76
Ireland
Local time: 12:29
split up/subdivided
Explanation:
suddividere
v. subdivide, split up

From Babylon.


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Gad Kohenov
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Local time: 14:29
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split up/subdivided


Explanation:
suddividere
v. subdivide, split up

From Babylon.




Gad Kohenov
Israel
Local time: 14:29
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  writeaway: whatever else could it possibly be. must even be nearly the same word in Spanish
8 mins
  -> Subdivido would be a good guess :> Thanks!

agree  Oliver Lawrence
16 mins
  -> Mille grazie!

agree  Maria Anishchankava (Sometti): right
1 hr
  -> Mille grazie!

agree  AllegroTrans: is this rocket science?
3 days 6 hrs
  -> Apparently :>
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