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las almas y los aleros

English translation: Webs and Eaves

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19:35 May 28, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: las almas y los aleros
Context: building a viaduct over a canyon.
En esta zona se fabrica la parter superior del cajon, incluyendo las almas y los aleros.
Phil Berryman
English translation:Webs and Eaves
Explanation:
Almas=Webs (Eurodicautum)
Aleros=Eaves (Eurodicautum and Pictorial Spanish Dictionary)
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19 mins
Webs and Eaves


Explanation:
Almas=Webs (Eurodicautum)
Aleros=Eaves (Eurodicautum and Pictorial Spanish Dictionary)

xxxjmf
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6 hrs
webs and eaves


Explanation:
"In this part it is manufactured the superior parat of the caisson, including webs and eaves."


    Reference: http://eurodic.ip.lu/cgi-bin/edicbin/EuroDicWWW.pl
Ivan Costa Pinto
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7 hrs
ERRATA


Explanation:
Please where is 'parat' read 'part'.

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