cup holder

English translation: porta copo

10:16 Jan 15, 2012
English language (monolingual) [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / nebulizer
English term or phrase: cup holder
The nebulizer may then be placed in the CUP HOLDER on the compressor.
[how does it look like? Why using the word 'cup'?]
kgas
Poland
Local time: 20:50
Selected answer:porta copo
Explanation:
The medication for nebulization is held in a "cup" (a small container, probably glass or plastic). This cup can be held by the "cup holder" so that the user doesn't have to hold it in his hand.

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Note added at 1 hr (2012-01-15 11:45:21 GMT)
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For "porta copo" please read "cup holder".
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Martin Riordan
Brazil
Local time: 15:50
Grading comment
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porta copo


Explanation:
The medication for nebulization is held in a "cup" (a small container, probably glass or plastic). This cup can be held by the "cup holder" so that the user doesn't have to hold it in his hand.

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Note added at 1 hr (2012-01-15 11:45:21 GMT)
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For "porta copo" please read "cup holder".

Example sentence(s):
  • New MiniMate has a nebulizer cup holder on the side of the compressor allowing the patient to take an aerosol treatment without having to hand-hold the nebulizer.

    Reference: http://www.familymedicalequipment.net/resource/products/prod...
Martin Riordan
Brazil
Local time: 15:50
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 12
Grading comment
Thank you!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  casper (X): The language pair is English to English
52 mins
  -> Thanks, Camille! Sunday morning blues... But I'll let the explanation stand as it is...

agree  Yvonne Gallagher: an explanation is all that was required anyway so no harm done:-)
8 hrs
  -> Thanks, gallagy2!
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