simultaneous discrimination intervals

simultaneous discrimination intervals
French\ \ intervalles de discrimination simultané
German\ \ simultane Diskriminationsintervalle
Dutch\ \ simultane discriminatie-intervallen
Italian\ \ intervalli discriminanti simultanei
Spanish\ \ intervalos de discriminación simultáneos
Catalan\ \ intervals de discriminació simultanis
Portuguese\ \ intervalos de discriminação simultâneos
Romanian\ \ -
Danish\ \ -
Norwegian\ \ -
Swedish\ \ -
Greek\ \ ταυτόχρονη διαστήματα των διακρίσεων
Finnish\ \ simultaanierotteluvälit
Hungarian\ \ szimultán diszkriminancia intervallumok
Turkish\ \ eş-zamanlı ayırma aralıkları
Estonian\ \ ühised eristusvahemikud
Lithuanian\ \ vienalaikiai diskriminavimo intervalai; simultaniniai diskriminavimo intervalai
Slovenian\ \ -
Polish\ \ jednoczesne przedziały dyskryminacji
Russian\ \ совместные интервалы дискриминации
Ukrainian\ \ -
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ samtímis fresti mismunun
Euskara\ \ -
Farsi\ \ -
Persian-Farsi\ \ بازه‌هاي اطمينان همزمان
Arabic\ \ فترات محددة آنية
Afrikaans\ \ gelyktydige diskriminasie-intervalle
Chinese\ \ 联 合 判 別 区 间
Korean\ \ -

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