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English translation: Lid/Cover

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Spanish term or phrase:Tapa
English translation:Lid/Cover
Entered by: pzulaica
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08:45 Aug 8, 2001
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Spanish term or phrase: Ruido Tapa Bodega / Lanina piso Desagrafada
There is no more context, it is a list that describes a bunch of faults that a certain automobile has, this is just one of the faults.
It is Venezuelan Spanish, and I am not familiar with the terms they use.

Tapa Bodega?

Lanina?

Desagrafada? I suppose this is something similar to the french "agrafe" or grapa in spanish.

Help!
elacombe
Noise... Lid/Cover...
Explanation:
Ruido= Noise
Tapa= Lid/Cover
Bodega=the correct translation is wine cellar, but this word is also used for storage rooms, warehouses, etc, in a wild guess I would say that they mean the trunk because that is what resembles the most a storage room.
Lanina= I can't find this word anywhere, could it be an incorrect form of "lámina"=plate, sheet, slab?
Piso=floor
Desagrafado= I'm sorry this one is impossible to find, I think that is a venezuelan expression, it is not correct spanish anyway...
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pzulaica
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Summary of answers provided
naLámina piso desgrafadaOscar Forero
naTapa bodega = trunk lidOscar Forero
najust a guess
Patricia Lutteral
naNoise... Lid/Cover...pzulaica


  

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2 hrs
Noise... Lid/Cover...


Explanation:
Ruido= Noise
Tapa= Lid/Cover
Bodega=the correct translation is wine cellar, but this word is also used for storage rooms, warehouses, etc, in a wild guess I would say that they mean the trunk because that is what resembles the most a storage room.
Lanina= I can't find this word anywhere, could it be an incorrect form of "lámina"=plate, sheet, slab?
Piso=floor
Desagrafado= I'm sorry this one is impossible to find, I think that is a venezuelan expression, it is not correct spanish anyway...

pzulaica
Local time: 22:22
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2 hrs
just a guess


Explanation:
"bodega" must be the trunk. In a plane "bodega" is the place where luggage is stored, so...
The only example I could find:
quedandose soló, frente al Mercedez y con los cinco negros,
tres dentro del auto y dós sentados , sobre la tapa de la bodega del coche
www.catonet.org/Echeverry/05.html

"agrafe", according to Manuel Seco, is rare but exists in Spanish; it is "grapa metálica". And "lanina", well, considering it goes on the floor, seems like it is "alfombra".
Será una especie de diminutivo de lana??

No te envidio el texto!

saludos

Patricia

Patricia Lutteral
Argentina
Local time: 03:22
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 505
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14 hrs
Tapa bodega = trunk lid


Explanation:
So, complete translation could be:

Trunk lid makes noise...
Trunk lid noise...

Oscar Forero
Local time: 01:22
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14 hrs
Lámina piso desgrafada


Explanation:
Correct spelling for "lanina" is "lámina"

"Lámina", in this case, is each one of the single steel plates comforming the floor.

"Desgrafado" means "Out of joint" or "not cramped".

Oscar Forero
Local time: 01:22
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