roldana abatible

French translation: poulie à corde rabattable

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Spanish term or phrase:roldana abatible
French translation:poulie à corde rabattable
Entered by: Fernando Muela Sopeña

02:03 Jan 27, 2002
Spanish to French translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering / hydraulique
Spanish term or phrase: roldana abatible
por roldana abatible o articulada
caro.S
poulie à corde rabattable
Explanation:
Una roldana es una polea de cuerda. Para las denominaciones que añades, te puede valer "poulie à corde rabattable" y "poulie à corde articulée".
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poulie à corde rabattable


Explanation:
Una roldana es una polea de cuerda. Para las denominaciones que añades, te puede valer "poulie à corde rabattable" y "poulie à corde articulée".
Suerte.

Fernando Muela Sopeña
Spain
Local time: 01:00
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 626
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