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backplate
American English: /ˈbækpleɪt/
British English: /ˈbakpleɪt/

Translation of backplate in Spanish:

noun

  • placa (feminine) posterior
    patente (masculine) posterior (Southern Cone)
    chapa (feminine) posterior (River Plate area)
    Example sentences
    • Use the two included screws and secure the retention plate to the backplate.
    • When using twin cylinders they are connected together with cylinder bands and the backplate is attached via wing nuts onto the studding that clamps the bands to the cylinders.
    • The first thing you need to do is prepare the backplate which entails sticking a neoprene pad to the metal plate and putting four plastic rings into the guide holes.

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