kokzāģētava

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Latvian[edit]

Kokzāģētava

Etymology[edit]

From koks (tree, wood) +‎ zāģētava (sawmill) (with zāģētava from zāģēt (to saw) +‎ -ava).

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kokzāģētava f (4th declension)

  1. sawmill (a building where one saws timber to produce wood for carpentry)
    viņi nogriežas sānieliņā; te ir īsts fabriku un kokzāģētavu rajonsthey turned into a side street; here is the real factory and sawmill district
    drusku tālāk upes abos krastos kūpēja kokzāģētavu slaidie dūmeņia little further on both sides of the river, the slim chimneys of the sawmills were smoking
    “vajadzīga pašiem sava kokzāģētava”, viņš teica; “dažiem arteļiem tādas ir, tas atvieglo celtniecību”“each needs their own sawmill”, he said; “many work cooperatives have one such, it facilitates construction”

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