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15:50 Oct 1, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: reloj de bitácora
Instrumento de navegación marítima
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Summary of answers provided
nabinnacle clockDavid Moore
naship's clockAlvin Adams, Jr
naship's clockEdward Donovan
naLog instrumentIvan Sanchez


  

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1 hr
Log instrument


Explanation:
An instrument, known as the 'log', is used either to determine the speed of a ship, or the distance traveled through the water, or both simultaneously. Various types are used, mechanical, electro-mechanical, etc.
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Ivan Sanchez
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4 hrs
ship's clock


Explanation:
The history of latidude and logiditude.

Check out anything about GMT, which was a British invention as an aide for navagation for their empire serving fleet.

Edward Donovan
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5 hrs
ship's clock


Explanation:
"Bitácora" the ship's binnacle, or compass stand, located on the bridge, so the "reloj" must be the ship's clock, which would be mounted near the binnacle. "Cuaderno de bitácora" is the ship's log, not an instrument, but a book. See the link below.

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    Reference: http://www.valser.es/a.p.pro/viramar1.htm
Alvin Adams, Jr
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19 hrs
binnacle clock


Explanation:
1. bitácora = binnacle

2. binnacle = a case, box or stand containing a ship's compass and a lamp.

Therefore, "binnacle clock"


    1. Oxford
    2. Webster's
David Moore
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