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English translation: swivel casters

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Italian term or phrase:piovante
English translation:swivel casters
Entered by: Grace Anderson
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11:43 Apr 5, 2001
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Italian term or phrase: piovante
Description of furniture - a chair with 'ruote piovanti'
Amy Taylor
United States
Local time: 01:03
"pivottante"- swivel casters
Explanation:
Le ruote pivottante are the type of wheels or casters on furniture or equipment that not only have wheels that turn but the caster itself rotates as well. Maybe you should call them "rotating casters" or better yet"swivel casters."
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Kara Bacchi
Local time: 02:03
Grading comment
Thanks - I wonder, is'piovante' is a typo or synonym for 'pivottante'? This client is famous for using 'made-up' words.
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na"pivottante"- swivel casters
Kara Bacchi
nacastersRobert Jackson


  

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5 mins
casters


Explanation:
i.e. rolling wheels

Robert Jackson
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"pivottante"- swivel casters


Explanation:
Le ruote pivottante are the type of wheels or casters on furniture or equipment that not only have wheels that turn but the caster itself rotates as well. Maybe you should call them "rotating casters" or better yet"swivel casters."


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Kara Bacchi
Local time: 02:03
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Grading comment
Thanks - I wonder, is'piovante' is a typo or synonym for 'pivottante'? This client is famous for using 'made-up' words.
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