camilla

English translation: sunlounger/lounger

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Spanish term or phrase:camilla
English translation:sunlounger/lounger
Entered by: Joshua Farley

05:00 Apr 15, 2018
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Patents
Spanish term or phrase: camilla
This term is used in a patent for a cushion for sunbathing (full sentence given below). I know that "una camilla" usually refers to a gurney or a stretcher, but in this case I can't determine what the most appropriate equivalent would be. Perhaps something like a lounger that you use at the poolside? Or can this term also refer to a tanning bed mattress?

"Dicho cuerpo se encuentra constituido por una estructura sólida, con forma, la referida base de sustentación plana, para poder apoyar sobre el suelo o sobe una camilla sin que se mueva o rote, situada en la cara inferior..."
Joshua Farley
United States
Local time: 06:21
sunlounger/lounger
Explanation:
Camilla can be different things, as you say, but in this context, it is most likely to be a sunlounger. Here is an image:

http://www.elmaitenmuebles.com.ar/jardin/mueblesdemadera/rep...

A similar one in English:
https://www.cyan-teak-furniture.com/wooden-sun-lounger-recli...
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Marie Wilson
Spain
Local time: 12:21
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sunlounger/lounger


Explanation:
Camilla can be different things, as you say, but in this context, it is most likely to be a sunlounger. Here is an image:

http://www.elmaitenmuebles.com.ar/jardin/mueblesdemadera/rep...

A similar one in English:
https://www.cyan-teak-furniture.com/wooden-sun-lounger-recli...

Marie Wilson
Spain
Local time: 12:21
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish

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