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11:31 Dec 10, 2000
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Portuguese term or phrase: homologacao/homologacoes//nao submetido a homologacao
This comes up so many times.
In this context (aviation) they talk about a "Kit de homologacao"
I've looked it up and tend to think it has a hint of "standardisation" about it. But maybe it is "ratification" or "approval". But, in that case, what would an "approval kit" or "ratification kit" be. It just doesn't figure. Thanks, Bear.
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Summary of answers provided
5certification kit
Hermeneutica
natype-approvallexical
nausage notexxxJon Zuber
naHomologation kitTelesforo Fernandez
nahomologizer, homologize, etc.
ttagir
naapproval / homologationxxxLia Fail


  

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36 mins
approval / homologation


Explanation:
On the face of it, not standardisation (which implies all countries meeting a similar standard) but approval or homologation (ratify is not appropriate for this context).

http://www.google.com/search?q=homologation aviation&hl=en&l...

However, the kit - both in this and your other Q is definitely strange, and maybe a 'language transfer error', since 'kit' in English is usually 'set of equipment' or 'kit' as in 'kit car'.However, it figures as an entry in my Collins Port-Eng dictionary, with the correct English meaning, and also in Michaelis Monolingual, again with the correct English meaning. And in Google, all references are to 'pieces' and 'equipment' and 'kit cars' and 'kit planes'... with no direct hits for your specific terms, which (both) seem to refer to documents.

I'm really intrigued by now! If you want, send me OR submit again, paragraphs containing the phrases, kit de translado & de homologação (siulach@ireland.com)...


xxxLia Fail
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4 hrs
homologizer, homologize, etc.


Explanation:
Well, they mean a device whose role is to homologize (i.e. prove the same origin of absense of similiarity) of some wave packs. So, it can be translated directly as "homologizer", "homologization", etc. and will remain clear for people working which radio.

Dr Tagir S. Tagirov
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ttagir
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10 hrs
Homologation kit


Explanation:
You ar right. It is a homologation kit. With this kit one can homologate the device or item to the contry's norms.
Please visit the following site where the word homologation kit appears :
www.huskynox.it/contratto_en.html


    Reference: http://www.huskynox.it/contratto_en.html
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15 hrs
usage note


Explanation:
I have never seen or heard any reference to "homologation" in US English. We say, as Ailish has suggested, "approval", or "meeting standards". I would render "não sometido a homologacão" as "not subject to standards" or "not required to meet standards", specifying which, if necessary in context.

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5 days
type-approval


Explanation:
Sorry if this is rather late. I don't have the references to hand, but in dealing with components, products and materials, the usual English term is 'type-approval' (verb: 'to type-approve'.
As other contributors have said, it means to certify that the product, etc. conforms to the approved standard type (e.g. telephones must meet the type-approval standards for use in a particular country).
I've seen 'homologisation' and 'homologise/homologate' (influence of the EU, I think, but they're far from common besides being ugly.

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1362 days   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
certification kit


Explanation:
A few years late, but this is it ...

Dee

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