losa

English translation: superstructure slab

19:37 May 26, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: losa
...con concreto hidraulico de la misma resistencia de la losa de superestructura..

(refers to a highway)
Roseanne Gaspari
English translation:superstructure slab
Explanation:
*slab*, as in *slab concrete*. Here is an explanation from Termium: English:Tunnels, Overpasses and Bridges bridge superstructure s CORRECT superstructure s CORRECT DEF - That portion of a bridge or trestle lying above the piers and abutments. s CONT - Bridges generally are considered to be composed of three separate parts: substructure, superstructure, and deck. s

1988-06-13
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Yolanda Broad
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nasuperstructure slab
Jesús Paredes
nasuperstructure slab
Yolanda Broad


  

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superstructure slab


Explanation:
*slab*, as in *slab concrete*. Here is an explanation from Termium: English:Tunnels, Overpasses and Bridges bridge superstructure s CORRECT superstructure s CORRECT DEF - That portion of a bridge or trestle lying above the piers and abutments. s CONT - Bridges generally are considered to be composed of three separate parts: substructure, superstructure, and deck. s

1988-06-13


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Yolanda Broad
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1 hr
superstructure slab


Explanation:
concrete slab = losa de hormigón, losa de concreto: Diccionario Politécnico, Díaz de Santos

Jesús Paredes
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16 hrs
Losa


Explanation:
losa f
CARBÓN pan, slab, de cimentación raft
CONST slab, flag, paving stone


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Carol Strong (X)
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