[4] f.

17:21 Jun 22, 2018
Romanian to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - History / bibliology/acronym/
Romanian term or phrase: [4] f.
17. Exemplarul de la Biroul X. Biblioteca X; cota X
Referințe bibliografice: Dimitrie X, X..., p. 82-83.
[4] f. + 210 p.
In 4° (20 x 15 cm), tipar negru, pe o coloană, cu 28 de rânduri pe o pagină, cu alfabet chirilic; ornamente tipografice sub forma unor inițiale ornate, frontispicii, vignetă și gravură.

[3] f. + 180 f.; filele 173-176 legate după foaia de titlu, [2] file legate după f. 176; cu greșeli de numerotare.


f.= filă=leaf
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1folio (sheet)
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folio (sheet)


Explanation:
Maybe?

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Note added at 43 mins (2018-06-22 18:04:36 GMT)
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https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/folio

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Note added at 1 day 11 hrs (2018-06-24 04:51:20 GMT)
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Is there a word or symbol that you don't understand?

My Romanian is zero, but there must be a specific definition for "folio" that will apply to your context.

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Note added at 2 days 22 hrs (2018-06-25 16:03:09 GMT)
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I see.

There is no "acronym" for "leaf", that I know.

You could use "leaf" directly, but here is a definition that may be useful to you, which does equal to "leaf", as you can see here,

http://www.memidex.com/folio sheet-of-paper

folio (sheet of paper) Go to the "Audio references" section
Definition: a sheet of any written or printed material (especially in a manuscript or book)

See also Oxford in the same link, and others,

an individual leaf of paper or parchment, either loose as one of a series ...



JohnMcDove
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Asker: I am really confused... A leaf is a single sheet bound in a book, and a leaf has two pages. The first page that you read on a leaf is the recto page, and you turn it over to read the verso page. https://www.biblio.com/book_collecting_terminology/leaves-61.html https://www.biblio.com/book_collecting_terminology/%7BGLOBALS.SITE_BASE%7D/book_collecting_terminology/folio-158.html

Asker: I wanted to know the acronym for leaf, if there is any... (in the context of bibliology)... folio on the other hand does not equal to leaf

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