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Results for: (termo, met) abur indirectTranslations 1 - 30 of 588
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(termo)instalaţie de cazane cu ardere de praf de cărbunipowdered fuel plant
-insulate (el, termo) a izola înainte de montajpre
a (se) calma; a reveni, a face o revenire; (termo) a slăbi, a micşora (focul, arderea); (TH) a risipi (fumul), a abate, a reduce, a slăbiabate
a alinia, a aduce în aliniere, a centra; (mas-un) a centra; (termo, T, met) a căptuşi, a acoperiline up
a avea abur sub presiunehave steam up
a dejivra; (termo) a dezgheţadeice
a digera, a asimila; (chim) a digera, a concentra prin evaporare; (TH) a rezuma, a clasifica, a sistematiza, a fierbe, a trata cu aburdigest
a elibera abur; a trata cu abur; a aburisteam out
a evacua aburul, a da drumul la aburblow-off
a evacua aburul; a da drumui la aburblow off steam
a împinge; a băga; (met, termo) a alimenta foculpoke
a pune sub presiune (de abur)get up steam
a verifica prin abur sub presiunetest by steam-pressure
aburmere phantom/phantasm; steam/vapour bath; steamship; steam vessel; steam engine; to steam; to exhale/emit vapours; to emit/throw out smoke;
abursteam
abur (pentru instalaţii) de puntedeck steam
abur condensatcondensed steam
abur de amortizaredamp steam
abur de eşapament, abur evacuatescape steam
abur de etanşare a garniturilorgland seal(ing) steam
abur de evacuarebleeding steam
abur de încălzireheating steam
abur de încălziresteam for heating
abur de joasă presiunelow-pressure steam
abur de prizăbled steam
abur de returreverse steam
abur de staţionareport steam
abur de stins incendiulfire-smothering steam
abur directdirect heating steam
abur directdirect steam
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EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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