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12:52 Feb 8, 2009
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Russian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Metallurgy / Casting
Russian term or phrase: раскат
температура раскатов, полученных прокаткой форсированно нагретых слябов не повышается
Nadezhda Ward
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3 +1feed
Roman Karabaev
4rolled stock
Jack Doughty



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rolled stock

From several dictionaries.

Jack Doughty
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:01
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Note added at 35 mins (2009-02-08 13:27:46 GMT)

It's important to remember that "раскат" is raw stock for further shaping (plastic working) rather than finished product.

Note added at 50 mins (2009-02-08 13:43:02 GMT)

And why not? It's written in the vocabulary after all.
Multitran, too.
I suppose you may say "blank" or "stock" as well.

Roman Karabaev
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Asker: So, would it be understandable if I say "temperature of feed produced by ...slab rolling"? O

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