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Who learns English for electronics, can I ask what is “Difference voltage suppressor” in english?

Dienh Let me try to translate it literally, “set” = device, “reduce” = correct, “voltage” = voltage, “deviation” = imbalance => Voltage Imbalance Correction device? (??)

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Can I ask the phrase “tropical fruit jelly, taro flavored jelly” translated into English respectively, thank you

tropical fruit flavored jelly = Tropical fruit flavored jelly. Taro flavored jelly = Taro flavored jelly
Hello m. I have a passage in a scientific article about the effects of Inulin as follows: “The impact of the daily consumption of 15 g chicory native inulin on fecal levels of bifidobacteria, stool parameters and quality
of life of elderly constipated volunteers was evaluated in a randomized, double-blind, controlled versus placebo trial”.
Please help translate. I’m wondering how Fecal and Stool both mean stool but don’t know how to translate it to escape the meaning. Thank you… Hello Mr. I have a passage in a scientific article about the effects of Inulin as follows: “The impact of the daily consumption of 15 g chicory native inulin on fecal levels of bifidobacteria, stool parameters and quality
of life of elderly constipated volunteers was evaluated in a randomized, double-blind, controlled versus placebo trial”.
Please help translate. I’m wondering how Fecal and Stool both mean stool but don’t know how to translate it to escape the meaning. Thank you
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PBD This “rocket” is called a “missile”, and the “missile” (like “cruise missile” for example is also a “missile”)? So what about bows and arrows with burning tinder…

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This “rocket” is called a “missile”, and the “missile” (like “cruise missile” for example is also a “missile”)? What is it called when it’s just fired? It’s also… “missile” Take out a bow and shoot rockets and burn the enemy’s supply warehouse. If so, how to distinguish which is which?
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Dienh In English, “rocket” is often understood as a jet engine to put something into space (payload), such as satellites, space laboratories, people, telescopes etc., or right away… In English “rocket” is often understood as a jet engine to put something into space (payload), such as satellites, space laboratories, people, telescopes etc., or even matter explode. In the case of carrying explosives, it is called “missile”, and is classified as a weapon. When using the word rocket, depending on the context, for example, “they fire a rocket into the remote village” we can translate it as “rocket”, and if we say “NASA launched the spacestation using rocket developed by Boeing” then rocket this means jet engine.
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Dinhh Payload in this context can be translated as “cargo/cargo capacity” or “carriage capacity”.
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29/01/21 11:35:46
Hello everyone, Rung.vn 🙂 I have a problem that I hope you all can troubleshoot.
The product is a functional food, in the User’s Manual, there is a section on how to use it, divided into 2 types of dosage: “Intensive use” and “Maintenance use”. I don’t know how to translate it to English properly.
Thanks you very much!

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