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高所作業車(kohsyo sagyousya)

English translation: vehicle for high lift work

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22:04 Mar 20, 2001
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Japanese term or phrase: 高所作業車(kohsyo sagyousya)
vechile which used for construction
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Local time: 04:47
English translation:vehicle for high lift work
Explanation:
According to Inter Press Edition, Dictionary Science and Engineering, Japanese-English
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Hirohisa Suzuki
Japan
Local time: 04:47
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Summary of answers provided
naa cherry picker
Mariko Kobayashi
naCrawler Crane
Philip Soldini
naMast-climbing platform, Manlift, Aerial lift equipmentPro-Japanese
naa cherry picker
Mariko Kobayashi
navehicle for high lift work
Hirohisa Suzuki


  

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17 mins
vehicle for high lift work


Explanation:
According to Inter Press Edition, Dictionary Science and Engineering, Japanese-English

Hirohisa Suzuki
Japan
Local time: 04:47
PRO pts in pair: 11

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Gunsou

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47 mins
a cherry picker


Explanation:
a hydraulic crane with a railed platform for raising and lowering people (informal)


    Concise Oxford Dictionary
Mariko Kobayashi
Australia
Local time: 06:47
Native speaker of: Japanese
PRO pts in pair: 48

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Gunsou

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2 hrs
Mast-climbing platform, Manlift, Aerial lift equipment


Explanation:
I am assuming that you are looking for something specific. The terminology that you are translating is very general, but I thought it might help if I put a picture to each term.

Mast-climing platform:
http://www.hydro-mobile.com/index.html

Manlift:
http://www.manlift.com/

Aerial lift equipment:
http://www.rpl2000.com/aerial_lifts.html

Take a look at these pages, and get back to me if you still need further examples or if you do not find what you are looking for.

Hope this helps.




    Reference: http://www.rpl2000.com/aerial_lifts.html
    Reference: http://www.manlift.com/
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Canada
Local time: 12:47
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 79

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15 hrs
Crawler Crane


Explanation:
Construction vehicles used to do work at high altitudes are categorized as "cranes." There are many different types, or subcategories of cranes (mooring winches, accomodation modules, ship cranes, etc.). Since this particular crane moves on wheels (ends with 車), its official name is "crawler crane." Check out www.cranes.com for more details. がんばって!


    Reference: http://www.cranes.com/
Philip Soldini
Local time: 04:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 42

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4 days
a cherry picker


Explanation:
It's me again. I looked up in a Webster too. It says, "Any of several types of crane with a large bucket at the end of an articulated arm and mounted on a truck."


    The new international Webster's Comprehensive Dictionary
Mariko Kobayashi
Australia
Local time: 06:47
Native speaker of: Japanese
PRO pts in pair: 48

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