rodo-tren

English translation: road train

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Spanish term or phrase:rodo-tren
English translation:road train
Entered by: schmetterlich

02:54 Nov 26, 2019
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general)
Spanish term or phrase: rodo-tren
1- Rodo-Tren: Combinación vehicular conformada por un remolcador N3 y dos (2) semirremolques. El primer semirremolque se apoya sobre el remolcador por medio de la quinta rueda, mientras que el segundo semirremolque se apoya sobre un (1) Dolly. Su circulación debe realizarse sobre infraestructura vial compatible.

2- Bi-Tren: Combinación vehicular conformada por un remolcador N3 y dos (2) semirremolques unidos mediante dos (2) articulaciones con quinta rueda. Su circulación debe realizarse sobre infraestructura vial compatible.

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road train
Explanation:
A road train or land train is a trucking vehicle of a type used in rural and remote areas of Australia, the United States and in Europe to move freight efficiently.[1] It consists of two or more trailers or semi-trailers hauled by a prime mover
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_train
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road train


Explanation:
A road train or land train is a trucking vehicle of a type used in rural and remote areas of Australia, the United States and in Europe to move freight efficiently.[1] It consists of two or more trailers or semi-trailers hauled by a prime mover
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_train

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agree  neilmac: "Rodo-tren" looks a bit Japanese to me...
4 hrs
  -> It does, doesn't it.
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