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to strut-brace sth.

Definition (American English)

strut-brace
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strut-brace
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etw. aussteifen

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aussteifen
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Condition of shocks and struts Was heißt "strut" bei einem Auto? MERCI !! :-)4 Replies
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braceLast post 18 May 18, 16:11
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The simulation model assumes that the oleo strut of a landing gear installation can be repre…1 Replies
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How to translate this into german? [With his platinum blond locks, rich tan,] "haughty stru…2 Replies
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