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03:27 Aug 23, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Italian term or phrase: alzatine, antine a vetro...
alzatine
antine a vetro
ante a vetro
guide per cestoni
bordi in pvc
pannelli in fibra
altezza spondine
angolare aperto/chiuso (riferito ad un componente)

-still on the subject of furniture!
sarahf
English translation:See list below.
Explanation:
alzatine, antine a vetro...

alzatine = splash guards (if at the back of a counter), otherwise riser , raised edging, border? Need context
antine a vetro =glass (cupboard) doors, glass doors, glass door panels
ante a vetro = (small) glass (cupboard) doors, glass doors, glass door panels
guide per cestoni = wire basket guides? (for the kind that slide out in a kitchen?)
bordi in pvc = pvc edges
pannelli in fibra = fiberboard panels
altezza spondine = railing height
angolare aperto/chiuso (riferito ad un componente) Open corner piece, closed corner piece? Need more context!

Hope that helped a little, anyway!
Maureen
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3 hrs
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Explanation:
alzatine, antine a vetro...

alzatine = splash guards (if at the back of a counter), otherwise riser , raised edging, border? Need context
antine a vetro =glass (cupboard) doors, glass doors, glass door panels
ante a vetro = (small) glass (cupboard) doors, glass doors, glass door panels
guide per cestoni = wire basket guides? (for the kind that slide out in a kitchen?)
bordi in pvc = pvc edges
pannelli in fibra = fiberboard panels
altezza spondine = railing height
angolare aperto/chiuso (riferito ad un componente) Open corner piece, closed corner piece? Need more context!

Hope that helped a little, anyway!
Maureen

Maureen Young
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8 hrs
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Explanation:
alzatine :small protruding edge; molding.
antine a vetro : small glass doors.
ante a vetro : glass doors.
guide per cestoni : Drawer (sliding) side rails
bordi in pvc : pvc edges, plastic edges.
pannelli in fibra : fiberboard panels
altezza spondine : rail height, edge height
angolare aperto/chiuso (riferito ad un componente) : Open angle, closed angle


Regards.

Luis Luis


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23 hrs
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Explanation:
Hello,
Seems like you're talking about kitchen furniture here. I go along with your other answerers in the main...
"alzatine" can be splash guards indeed, but I only use this term when splashing is a potential problem (on sink units, etc). In other cases "upstands" is the expression.
The "spondine" sound suspiciously like "alzatine" under a different name, but this is, of course, just a guess.
The "angolare" is, I imagine, a "corner unit", which may be open or may be equipped with doors.
Regards
Derek


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