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Dictionary entry: Outplant
  • Valesca

    Banned
    Spanish
    In the reverso dictionary out-plant can be used in a context to express when it´s and external situation, and also if it is writted separated it´s talking about a plant. Outplant without the hyphen does not exist based in the dictionary reverso.
    out-plantadj.externo[INFO]
    out-plantn.el sistema externo
    Example:
    According to the needs of every customer, Artyplan designs a solution adaptable to every kind of circumstance, be it through in-plant or out-plant concepts.
    En función de las necesidades de cada cliente, Artyplan diseña una solución que se ajusta a cada realidad ya sea mediante conceptos in-plant u out-plant.
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    DrD

    Senior Member
    Dictionary Editor
    England English
    Hello,

    Thank you for your message. I'm afraid we are not currently accepting suggestions for completely new words via this forum. We regularly review words that our users search for and that are not currently in our dictionaries to see if they are suitable for inclusion, so outplant may be added at some point in the future.

    I had actually never heard of this word. It looks like it's an American English term. In British English, we would say 'to plant out' (which is also used in AE, as far as I know) and that is in our dictionary. You'll find it here (from English to Italian). I would assume that the translations would be the same for 'outplant'.
     

    danieleferrari

    Senior Member
    Italiano (Ligure)
    Hello,

    Thank you for your message. I'm afraid we are not currently accepting suggestions for completely new words via this forum. We regularly review words that our users search for and that are not currently in our dictionaries to see if they are suitable for inclusion, so outplant may be added at some point in the future.

    I had actually never heard of this word. It looks like it's an American English term. In British English, we would say 'to plant out' (which is also used in AE, as far as I know) and that is in our dictionary. You'll find it here (from English to Italian). I would assume that the translations would be the same for 'outplant'.
    So very kind of you, @DrD. I found it in a TedTalk I translated from English to Italian about corals (coral reefs and stuff). I assume it's a technicism.
     
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