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Deutsch: Pflugkomponenten: 1) Rahmen (Grindel), 2) Dreipunktverbindung, 3) Arbeitstiefeneinstellung, 4) Sech, 5) Meißel, 6) Schar, 7) Streichblech mit -schiene.
English: Parts of a plough: 1) beam; 2) three-point hitch (hake); 3) height regulator; 4) coulter 5) chisel 6) share 7) mouldboard
Español: Arado simple arrastrado: 1) cama; 2) conjunto a tres puntos; 3) ajuste de altura; 4) cuchillo 5) escoplo 6) reja 7) vertedera
Français : Charrue simple portée: 1. age (perche, timon ; ici courbé en étançon); 2. crochet de traction; 3. dispositif de réglage de la ligne de traction; 4. coutre; 5. pointe; 6. soc; 7. versoir
Italiano: Componenti di un aratro semplice portato. Legenda: 1) bure; 2) dispositivo per l'attacco a tre punti; 3) dispositivo di regolazione; 4) coltello o coltro; 5) scalpello; 6) vomere; 7) versoio o orecchio
Date 13 February 2008
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Author Original autor: Giancarlo Dessì ( gian_d), vector version (and colour) Gian Luca Ruggero (aka Actam)


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