claim for an invention


claim for an invention
заявка на изобретение

to perfect an invention — улучшать изобретение

a patent for an invention — право на изобретение

invention by selection — селективное изобретение

registered invention — запатентованное изобретение

the invention of the telephone — изобретение телефона


English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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