termoriscaldati

English translation: heated (rearview mirrors)

22:42 Jan 18, 2002
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Italian term or phrase: termoriscaldati
specchietti retrovisivi termoriscaldati (in a driver's cab on a train)
Moll
Local time: 00:58
English translation:heated (rearview mirrors)
Explanation:
"termoriscaldato" seems a bit redundant... If it's "riscaldato" (heated) I would always suppose "termo" (heat) would be involved!

Anyway, see the site below for a train that uses this nifty feature!
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Floriana (X)
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Local time: 17:58
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heated (rearview mirrors)


Explanation:
"termoriscaldato" seems a bit redundant... If it's "riscaldato" (heated) I would always suppose "termo" (heat) would be involved!

Anyway, see the site below for a train that uses this nifty feature!


    Reference: http://www.calgarytransit.com/html/safety_and_security.html
Floriana (X)
United States
Local time: 17:58
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Patrick McKeown: definitely redundant; but what about those apartments that are "termoascensorati"?!
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agree  Rick Henry
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agree  Gian
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