specializzazione professionale di "Confeziozionista Artigianale"

English translation: garment-maker, etc.

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Italian term or phrase:specializzazione professionale di
English translation:garment-maker, etc.
Entered by: Grace Anderson

17:34 Feb 27, 2001
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Italian term or phrase: specializzazione professionale di "Confeziozionista Artigianale"
qualcuno c'ha un idea di che tipo di professione si tratta?
Pasquale Capo
Canada
Local time: 10:49
garment-maker, etc.
Explanation:
First of all, the spelling is wrong!
It's not "confeziozionista" but "confezionista". "Confezioni" is used to indicate ready-to-wear while "artigianale" indicates a small business -- "crafts" is not an accurate translation, although this is what the dictionary gives you -- because often they have high-tech equipment. However, they are not large-scale industries. Anyway, a "confezionista" is a garment-maker.
Hope this is clear.
Another Juve fan.
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Catherine Bolton
Local time: 16:49
Grading comment
Grazie, alla fine l'ho tradotta "Artisanal Dressmaking"; Comunque grazie del tuo aiuto e...W la Juve
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nagarment-maker, etc.
Catherine Bolton


  

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garment-maker, etc.


Explanation:
First of all, the spelling is wrong!
It's not "confeziozionista" but "confezionista". "Confezioni" is used to indicate ready-to-wear while "artigianale" indicates a small business -- "crafts" is not an accurate translation, although this is what the dictionary gives you -- because often they have high-tech equipment. However, they are not large-scale industries. Anyway, a "confezionista" is a garment-maker.
Hope this is clear.
Another Juve fan.


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Catherine Bolton
Local time: 16:49
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 1906
Grading comment
Grazie, alla fine l'ho tradotta "Artisanal Dressmaking"; Comunque grazie del tuo aiuto e...W la Juve
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