telaio a imbotto e a toppa

English translation: full or half frame

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Italian term or phrase:telaio a imbotto e a toppa
English translation:full or half frame
Entered by: Federica Masante
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22:27 Dec 17, 2003
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Italian term or phrase: telaio a imbotto e a toppa
Porte in legno massello. tipo standard o fuori standard. complete di mostre. contromostre. telaio ad imbotto oppure a toppa.Turn social sharing on.
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Federica Masante
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full or half frame
Explanation:
telai ad imbotto means literally "filled frame" and a toppa would be "batched-up frame". This does not make sense for a wood door, and thus I think that the meaning is as explained above. Possibly instead of full frame one could think of SOLID frame.
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full or half frame


Explanation:
telai ad imbotto means literally "filled frame" and a toppa would be "batched-up frame". This does not make sense for a wood door, and thus I think that the meaning is as explained above. Possibly instead of full frame one could think of SOLID frame.

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