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12:54 Nov 24, 2006
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / Health and Safety
Spanish term or phrase:emplintado
"El transporte de elementos sueltos (ladrillos, planchas, etc.) se realizará en el interior de bateas **emplintadas**.
Can't find any references to this even in my technical dictionary. Does it mean enclosed, bordered? A complete guess, from the context. As "plinto" is a plinth, I guess it could also mean something like "with a reinforced base". Any ideas?