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|French to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|French term or phrase: Watchdog claqué|
|b témoin de transfer du bus de série (programmation de l'ICD52051) : |
0 = transfert terminé
1 = transfert en cours
b Watchdog "claqué"
|English translation:"conked out"|
"claqué" = conked out
I also found Opera 3.60 somewhat buggy. The help system conked out at
regular intervals, complaining about "illegal" addresses, and the browser
had to have a trailing "/" in URLs, otherwise those were deemed illegal too.
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watchdog "out of service"
claqué, nase, crevé, kaput, h.s. (hors service) are all familiar terms for being completely worn out, tired. Whilst I know nothing of the field, coudl it not simply mean that the watchdog is broken. It is in inverted commas after all.
familiar, slang language
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