in nobilitato

English translation: laminate faced

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Italian term or phrase:in nobilitato
English translation:laminate faced

13:14 Dec 4, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Italian term or phrase: in nobilitato
Interior furnishings
Sarah Ferrara
Italy
Local time: 21:58
laminate faced
Explanation:
Hello again Sarah
Technically, nobilitato can be dubbed "upgraded" - a word that is used in the timber trade rather than for furniture. It means that the wood has been faced with melamine or other laminate material. Almost all low-medium cost furniture produced today makes use of "upgraded" or "faced" panels (the core of which is generally particleboard).
Cheers
Derek
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dsmith (X)
Local time: 21:58
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laminate faced


Explanation:
Hello again Sarah
Technically, nobilitato can be dubbed "upgraded" - a word that is used in the timber trade rather than for furniture. It means that the wood has been faced with melamine or other laminate material. Almost all low-medium cost furniture produced today makes use of "upgraded" or "faced" panels (the core of which is generally particleboard).
Cheers
Derek

dsmith (X)
Local time: 21:58
PRO pts in pair: 289
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Fantastic. More kudoz comin' your way!

S
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