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These new, fresh troops allowed the Romanians to gain numerical superiority over the Bulgarians, but once again they were delayed on their way and would arrive gradually on the battlefield, reducing their impact on the overall course of the battle. The first reinforcements crossed the Danube late in the afternoon and during the night on 4 September. When they stepped on the southern shore they were immediately parceled out to strengthen the different sectors, with no regard for the direction of the main Bulgarian attack or for the establishment of a sufficient reserve.

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>These new, fresh troops allowed the Romanians to gain numerical superiority over the Bulgarians, but once again they were delayed on their way and would arrive gradually on the battlefield, reducing their impact on the overall course of the battle. ⇒これらの新しい、できたての軍隊は、ブルガリア軍に対してルーマニア軍の数的優勢を確保することは可能にしたけれども、またもや途中で遅れ、戦場への到着が徐々にばらけて到着して、戦いの全過程に対する衝撃的影響を削減してしまった。 >The first reinforcements crossed the Danube late in the afternoon and during the night on 4 September. When they stepped on the southern shore they were immediately parceled out to strengthen the different sectors, with no regard for the direction of the main Bulgarian attack or for the establishment of a sufficient reserve. ⇒最初の強化隊は、9月4日午後遅くに、および夜間に、ダニューブ川を渡った。彼らが南側の岸を踏んだ時、直ちにそれぞれの区画を強化するためそこに区分けされたが、主要なブルガリア軍攻撃の方向や、十分な予備隊の設定・準備などにはかかわりなく、これを無視していた。

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