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3 months ago

Rosa (a guest user) asked this question:

Language pair:

French > English



Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:

Rech. de


Rech. de leucocytes
Rech. de nitrites
Rech. de protines
Rech. de glucose

So, obviously Rech. = Recherche, but my question is this: do I just leave this off, and translate each line as leukocytes, nitrites, protein, etc.? Or, is there another way to translate this?


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3 months ago

martynback  See profile wrote:

Testing for leucocytes; Testing for nitrites....etc.

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3 months ago

CMD  See profile wrote:

Summary of Clinical Urinalysis:

My comment:

[here] clinical: analysis of bodily fluids for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes -- the analysis implies tests and measurements, ergo "rech. de" = actually it's redundant (IMO: leave off !)

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3 months ago

CMD  See profile wrote:

[the results of the analysis (urinalysis) = enumeration of standard parameters that were looked for and detected]

3 months ago

Charles Ferguson  See profile wrote:

check for leucocytes, nitrite, protein and glucose

My comment:

A first line lab test and these four constituents could be amalgamated into one if this is just a basic check and no figures are given. I would leave nothing out but would render recherche by SOMETHING.

3 months ago

Barbara R. Cochran, MFA  See profile wrote:

identification of

My comment:

Identifying all of those elements that are in urine when the latter is analyzed/tested.

My references: