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    The plates to be mounted were transported by hand - meaning

    Hello everybody!

    Does the sentence "The plates to be mounted were transported by hand" mean "The plates which/that were to be mounted were transported by hand"?

    I think so but may be wrong.

    Thank you.

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    Re: The plates to be mounted were transported by hand - meaning

    You are right.

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