arraché

English translation: stripped

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French term or phrase:arraché
English translation:stripped
Entered by: kashew

13:27 Oct 15, 2013
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Forestry / Wood / Timber
French term or phrase: arraché
From a list of types of parquet:

Chêne raboté (planed oak)
Chêne brossé (brushed oak)
Chêne arraché (?? oak)

I have seen this (tumbled) http://www.proz.com/kudoz/french_to_english/construction_civ...

So I'm trying to decide between tumbled, distressed, and cross-sawn oak.

I am finding legitimate references for all three on my short list, and it seems tumbled is probably a sub-category of distressed... so I'm leaning towards tumbled!

Here is a nice ref: http://www.fineoakflooring.co.uk/antique-oak-flooring-cross-...

The reason I am also considering "cross-sawn" is this kudoz here, it got me thinking about types of cuts http://www.proz.com/kudoz/french_to_english/tech_engineering...

Please help me think this through!
Lori Cirefice
France
Local time: 21:58
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Explanation:
http://www.millon-associes.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=2387288&np=...
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kashew
France
Local time: 21:58
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3 +1stripped
kashew
Summary of reference entries provided
A particular way of working the surface
B D Finch

  

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stripped


Explanation:
http://www.millon-associes.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=2387288&np=...

kashew
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agree  auburde: frequent term in the lumber industry and the first thing that came to mind
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4 hrs
Reference: A particular way of working the surface

Reference information:
I don't know what it is called in English, but here's a picture. Remove space to use link.
http://jp-pite.com/restauration-nice/wp-content/ uploads/portfolio-19.jpg

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Note added at 4 hrs (2013-10-15 17:59:22 GMT)
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On the other hand, it could be your suggestion of "tumbled" as the sort of surface in my ref. picture wouldn't really do for flooring.


    Reference: http://jp-pite.com/restauration-nice/wp-content/uploads/port...
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