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Entrappen

Hungarian translation: bogyózás

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German term or phrase:Entrappen
Hungarian translation:bogyózás
Entered by: József Lázár

03:58 Jun 15, 2011
German to Hungarian translations [PRO]
Wine / Oenology / Viticulture
German term or phrase: Entrappen
Szintén a folyamatábrán szerepel. Talán a francia entrance szóból belépés? Az ábrán úgy szerepel, hogy beöntik a szőlőt (majd Entrappen), aztán felmelegítik, majd "Vakuumentspannung", majd "Brüden-Kondensation, "Kühlumvakuum", és kész a kondenzátum.
Gabriella Török
Local time: 10:25
bogyózás
Explanation:
pl. http://www.mimi.hu/borok/bogyozas.html

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Local time: 10:25
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bogyózás


Explanation:
pl. http://www.mimi.hu/borok/bogyozas.html



József Lázár
Hungary
Local time: 10:25
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
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agree  Ferenc BALAZS: Igen, a műsz. szótárban is benne van: mezőg [szőlőt] kocsánytalanít, lebogyóz.
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agree  László Virag
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