FlyRatz Posted August 17, 2016 Report Share Posted August 17, 2016 Today I was confronted with the following sentence: Aircraft or Equipment registration of the root ancestor of the workorder aircraft or equipment at the time that the aircraft or equipment was populated. This comes from a software, which is meant to support commercial avaiation companies in maintenance tasks. Do you native speakers understand this?? I have problems with the term populated and with root ancestor of the workorder aircraft or equipment. My analysis is: 1. There must be a item which is an aircraft or equipment and this item has a workorder 2. The workorder itself is a child/member of another workorder (called root ancestor here) which relies to another aircraft or equipment. 3. One of the two aircraft or equipment was populated. But which one is meant in this sentence?? I am lost.... Thank you in advance Markus Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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