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    zu 3/4 öffnen

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    Deckel zum Entfernen 3/4 öffnen
    Author Siss (1091233) 14 Sep 15, 13:08
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    Was ist das für ein Deckel?
    Ein Schraubdeckel (unwahrscheinlich), ein T**per-Deckel? Ein Konservendeckel?
    #1Author lisalaloca (488291) 14 Sep 15, 13:15
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    open three quarters

    Eine andere Möglichkeit, falls passend:
    turn lid 270° anticlockwise

    #2Authorcodero (790632) 14 Sep 15, 13:15
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    Or for AE, please:

    Turn the cover 270º counterclockwise.

    ..but only for supernerds;-)
    #3AuthormikeS (366927) 14 Sep 15, 15:42
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    counterclockwise, not anti...

    75 percent? What kind of lid is this?

    I obviously did 't see #3 there
    #4Author dude (253248) 14 Sep 15, 15:43
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    Gotcha, I left the BE in on purpose without commenting.
    #5Authorcodero (790632) 14 Sep 15, 15:44
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    There's nothing wrong with "anticlockwise".
    #6Author RTH01 (932829) 14 Sep 15, 15:53
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    There's nothing wrong with "anticlockwise".

    True -- if you're speaking/writing BE. While not totally unknown in AE, it is considered "chiefly British."
    #7Author hbberlin (420040) 14 Sep 15, 16:12
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    So what? I do speak and write BE. As do millions of other people. The fact that you might speak something different does not make "anticlockwise" wrong.
    #8Author RTH01 (932829) 14 Sep 15, 16:21
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    Nobody said "anti ..." is wrong.
    #9Author dude (253248) 14 Sep 15, 16:52
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    @RTH01
    Don't get your panties in a bunch. Nobody said "anticlockwise" is incorrect. It's only a question of who is supposed to understand the writing. BE is anticlockwise and AE is counterclockwise.
    Nobody is putting down BE or its speakers. Why are you sensitive about this?
    #10AuthormikeS (366927) 14 Sep 15, 16:57
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    Maybe I misunderstood #4 then. But what is "counterclockwise, not anti..." supposed to mean if not "anticlockwise is wrong"?
    #11Author RTH01 (932829) 14 Sep 15, 17:18
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    As you can see, I had an "edit" in #4, but since #3 had beat me to the punch, I didn't think it was necessary to also expand on the qualification already given in #3. Pardon me for misexpressing myself, or for my grievous omission.
    #12Author dude (253248) 14 Sep 15, 17:22
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    Those are your words, and I didn't mean to criticise.
    #13Author RTH01 (932829) 14 Sep 15, 17:43
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    Those are your words. I didn't mean to criticise.
    #14Author RTH01 (932829) 14 Sep 15, 17:45
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    You apparently misunderstood my omission, so I'm just clarifying.
    #15Author dude (253248) 14 Sep 15, 17:45
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    #10: or 'knickers in a twist' BE, as we're being separatist.
    #16Authorpumpkin_3 (765445) 15 Sep 15, 13:32
     
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