aletas entrantes; sección

20:09 Mar 23, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: aletas entrantes; sección
Una punta de basalto hallada a 1.72 m de profundidad, de limbo aproximadamente triangular alargado, con pedúnculo destacado y aletas entrantes, de sección losángica aplanada, es similar a las que mencionan González para Intihuasi y Gambier en San Juan para las puntas tipo 13 de La Colorada de la Fortuna).
wendy griswold inc


Summary of answers provided
nainward facing rock shelves and a flat lozenge-shaped section
Lynda Tharratt
nare-entrant blades and flat lozenge section
Alfonso Romero
nainput fins and flat lozenge section
Raúl Valenzuela


  

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20 mins
input fins and flat lozenge section


Explanation:
Hope it helps. Good luck

Raúl Valenzuela
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2 hrs
re-entrant blades and flat lozenge section


Explanation:
I think input would be more like "de entrada". You can use "entrant" or "re-entrant".

Hope it helps


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Alfonso Romero
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12 hrs
inward facing rock shelves and a flat lozenge-shaped section


Explanation:
I assume that what you're translating has to do with an archaeological site since the text makes reference to Intihuasi. This is the closest translation I can think of that makes sense in this context. Hope it's helpful!


    personal experience- translations Sacsayhuaman etc.
Lynda Tharratt
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