\'Pierdut\' and \'nepreluit\' are both used when referring to missed calls.

English translation: lost call / unanswered call

06:30 Apr 26, 2019
Romanian to English translations [PRO]
Mechanics / Mech Engineering / adjectives referring to phone calls (apel)
Romanian term or phrase: \'Pierdut\' and \'nepreluit\' are both used when referring to missed calls.
Is there a meaning difference between the two or are they full synonyms?

The only context available is the noun apel 'call'.
Heikki Särkkä
Finland
Local time: 21:08
English translation:lost call / unanswered call
Explanation:
lost call = apel pierdut

Lost calls are any inbound calls that do not result in the caller being connected ... Missed – The call is deliberately disconnected by the centre.

apel nepreluat = unanswered call

Any call that is not picked up by an agent would be shown as an Unanswered Call. If there are no agents to pick calls the unanswered call ...
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Simona Pop
Romania
Local time: 21:08
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lost call / unanswered call


Explanation:
lost call = apel pierdut

Lost calls are any inbound calls that do not result in the caller being connected ... Missed – The call is deliberately disconnected by the centre.

apel nepreluat = unanswered call

Any call that is not picked up by an agent would be shown as an Unanswered Call. If there are no agents to pick calls the unanswered call ...

Simona Pop
Romania
Local time: 21:08
Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian, Native in HungarianHungarian
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