In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1acero inoxidable masculine(blade/cutlery) (before noun) de acero inoxidable
- There are people who choose light materials like stainless steel and aluminium.
- We here use something called termi-mesh which is like a very fine grade stainless steel.
- Permeability experiments were carried out with transport chambers made out of stainless steel.
- Despite the move into stainless steel, Mr Croasdale says timber equipment will remain the core business.
- Aspirant product designers may design with pewter, stainless steel or aluminium.
- The basic composition of austenitic stainless steels is 18% chromium and 8% nickel.
- Materials and finishes include pewter, silk steel, sparkling chrome and brushed stainless steel.
- The balconies are shaped like the bow of a ship with railings of curved glass topped with stainless steel.
- He worked first in glass and then from 1950 in metal, usually stainless steel.
- Believe me when I say stainless steel cuts through soil better than any other metal.
- There are many types of penetration reel but choose a good one of stainless steel, preferably with a simple friction knob.
- Cristel is a French company that makes beautiful pans lined with stainless steel and filled with aluminium.
- We were not even meant to use our good old copper kettles anymore, they had to be stainless steel.
- The napery is of high quality and the cutlery is bespoke stainless steel.
- The Leatherman tool is made of stainless steel and comes with a nice leather pouch.
- The school looks stunning - all gleaming stainless steel, lacquered wood and frosted glass.
- The stainless steel is polished on the slab sides and matte on the top to reduce glare.
- An integrated hob, oven and extractor fan, all in stainless steel, are included in the sale.
- The silver glasses disappeared after some time and we switched over to stainless steel.
- Try to ensure that all materials in contact with the solvent is either glass or stainless steel.
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