batteria al piombo

English translation: lead battery

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Italian term or phrase:batteria al piombo
English translation:lead battery
Entered by: Antonella DI FAZIO
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17:11 Dec 16, 2003
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Italian term or phrase: batteria al piombo
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Antonella DI FAZIO
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lead battery
Explanation:
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4 +5lead battery
xxxCMJ_Trans
5also known as an acumulator
Alexander Chisholm


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lead battery


Explanation:
sic

xxxCMJ_Trans
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thanks a lot!

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6 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
also known as an acumulator


Explanation:
very old fashioned term, but still used in the correct circles.

Alexander Chisholm
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