wird straff gezogen

Portuguese translation: (bem) esticado

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German term or phrase:wird straff gezogen
Portuguese translation:(bem) esticado
Entered by: Sónia Tavares

17:24 Aug 22, 2006
German to Portuguese translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Computers: Systems, Networks / Pt-Pt
German term or phrase: wird straff gezogen
Beim Einschalten des Hauptschalters wird zunächst das Kabel bei reduzierter Drehzahl des Antriebs straff gezogen.

Obrigada.
Sónia Tavares
Germany
Local time: 03:47
(bem) esticado
Explanation:
penso que a ideia é essa, a ligação faz com que o cabo seja esticado

espero que ajude:)
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Mariana Moreira
Portugal
Local time: 02:47
Grading comment
Obrigada!
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(bem) esticado


Explanation:
penso que a ideia é essa, a ligação faz com que o cabo seja esticado

espero que ajude:)

Mariana Moreira
Portugal
Local time: 02:47
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PRO pts in category: 28
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Obrigada!

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