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05:27 Aug 26, 2010
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
Italian term or phrase: fascie
when laying concrete screed traditional preparation includes the application of bollini and fascie. My research on internet has turned up nothing very obvious. Does anyone have any ideas. Thanks, Nick
Nicholas Hogg
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:50
English translation:fasce
Fasce :)
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Barbara Bacca
Local time: 15:50
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5 +2fasce
Barbara Bacca

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Fasce :)

    Reference: http://www.leca.it/prodotti.aspx?idmenu=18&idmenu2=109&idlin...
    Reference: http://www.cenci.com/01AA-Capannone-Como-foto.asp
Barbara Bacca
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agree  xxxMr Murray: If these are wooden strips for marking concrete levels or for bevelling edges, 'fascia' works, because names vary place to place. But not the Italian plural 'fasce' - just 'fascia' (but IF the plural is used - fascias or fasciae in English).
2 hrs
  -> Thank you Mr Murray :)

agree  Vincent Lemma: Did some looking around. Mr. Murray thanks for the note, added a new erm to my glossaries!
4 hrs
  -> thank you Vincent :)
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