líneas aéreas

English translation: Overhead lines

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Spanish term or phrase:Líneas aéreas
English translation:Overhead lines
Entered by: Elinor Thomas

18:38 Feb 23, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: líneas aéreas
líneas eléctricas de alta tensión
Elinor Thomas
Local time: 18:31
overhead lines
Explanation:
Hola. Seen "air lines" too. "High tension power lines" would be the other sentence...assuming you have two different sentences to be translated. Link 1 for overhead lines": "The Island Features... we have had sufficient expertise in the design construction and maintenance of electric overhead lines up to 132kV.". Link 2 for "high tension power lines": "[TowerTalk] high-tension lines
... places to show me. One of them, a very nicely > priced repossession, has some high-tension
power lines about 150 yards > behind the house." "Electric power lines" only pop up a few times for some reason. Hundreds more under http://www.google.com/search?q="high tension power lines "&h...
Good luck, cheers :-)
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Paul Roige (X)
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Local time: 23:31
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Gracias! :-)
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Summary of answers provided
naoverhead lines
Paul Roige (X)
nahigh-tension transmission lines
Douglas Polinder
naHigh voltage electric lines
Telesforo Fernandez (X)
naHigh voltage lines
Rolf-Raul
naoverhead high voltage lines
Carol Shaw
nahigh tension electrical wires
trans4u (X)


  

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9 mins
high tension electrical wires


Explanation:
Hope this helps.

Bye,


    Inter-American Air Forces Dictionary of Technical Terms, and various Internet Dictionaries
trans4u (X)
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23 mins
overhead high voltage lines


Explanation:
(assuming that you intended "aéreas" to be part of the phrase=

Carol Shaw
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1 hr
High voltage lines


Explanation:
Es un termino usual para lineas de alta tension

Rolf-Raul
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1 hr
High voltage electric lines


Explanation:
ver como aparce aqui :
On high voltage electric lines, 80 to 90 percent of trouble occurrences are temporary
- such as lightning, wind-blown tree branches or wires, birds, or rodents


    www.cooperpower.com/Library/Literature/R280908/ - 14k
Telesforo Fernandez (X)
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6 hrs
overhead lines


Explanation:
Hola. Seen "air lines" too. "High tension power lines" would be the other sentence...assuming you have two different sentences to be translated. Link 1 for overhead lines": "The Island Features... we have had sufficient expertise in the design construction and maintenance of electric overhead lines up to 132kV.". Link 2 for "high tension power lines": "[TowerTalk] high-tension lines
... places to show me. One of them, a very nicely > priced repossession, has some high-tension
power lines about 150 yards > behind the house." "Electric power lines" only pop up a few times for some reason. Hundreds more under http://www.google.com/search?q="high tension power lines "&h...
Good luck, cheers :-)


    Reference: http://www.lanka.net/upali/island/2000/05/28/feature.html
    Reference: http://lists.contesting.com/_towertalk/200012/msg00025.html
Paul Roige (X)
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Local time: 23:31
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in CatalanCatalan
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Gracias! :-)
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1 day 1 hr
high-tension transmission lines


Explanation:
Although nearly all electrical transmission lines are aerial (as opposed to buried, which is aesthetically more pleasing but harder to maintain), this phrase probably refers to the lines carrying 100,000+ volts, mounted around 60 ft/20m or more above the ground.

Douglas Polinder
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