nodo

English translation: node

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Italian term or phrase:nodo
English translation:node
Entered by: Grace Anderson
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03:11 Jul 19, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Italian term or phrase: nodo
nodi geografici
nodo principale
nodo intestatario
nodo destinatario

Context: store management software manual. Is "node" okay or is there a better term that is normally used?

Thanks in advance!
Sarah Ferrara
Italy
Local time: 03:45
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Explanation:
"node" is a standard term in systems software: nodi geografici = geographic nodes;
nodo principale = primary node;
nodo intestatario = registered node;
nodo destinatario = destination node. -- Regarding "intestatario": In Italian business usage, it means "holder" or "registered holder". However, "registered node" is the proper term in this context. -- Best, HC
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Heathcliff
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Local time: 18:45
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Telesforo Fernandez
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Heathcliff
naNode
Telesforo Fernandez


  

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26 mins
Node


Explanation:
Sarah,
Node is perfectly alright.
Happy translating

Telesforo Fernandez
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49 mins
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Explanation:
"node" is a standard term in systems software: nodi geografici = geographic nodes;
nodo principale = primary node;
nodo intestatario = registered node;
nodo destinatario = destination node. -- Regarding "intestatario": In Italian business usage, it means "holder" or "registered holder". However, "registered node" is the proper term in this context. -- Best, HC

Heathcliff
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1 hr
see below


Explanation:
It is now high time to give a nod to the node.It means the same in many other languages.

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