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|French to English translations [PRO]|
|French term or phrase: et en particulier de mettre en évidence l’encapsulation des preuves|
|et en particulier de mettre en évidence l’encapsulation des preuves|
Help, I'm stuck! Any suggestions well received!!
|English translation:and especially to evidence the encapsulation of the originals|
OK - I'm nicking originals from an earlier question!
I presume your problem is with 'encapsulation' which is, apparently, an imaginative translation of the English 'encapsulation'. A search on 'encapsulation' and 'backups' on Google gets quite a few hits .... a couple of which are below.
The Risks Digest Volume 3: Issue 1
... Computer Crime Laws Peter G. Neumann Backups for micros Evan Dresel The Clock ... additional
flaws, such as loss of encapsulation, lack of strong typing, lack of ...
catless.ncl.ac.uk/Risks/3.01.html - 21k - Cached - Similar pages
... addresses are selected during the encapsulation process. Automatic tunneling is useful
from ... tunnel endpoints to serve as backups in case the preferred endpoint ...
rfc.net/rfc2185.html - 32k - Cached - Similar pages
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|Thanks a lot Mary, very helpful...|
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and, in particular, to emphasize the encapsulation of the originals
I have not seen the previous questions to which Mary refers, but "evidence" for "mettre en evidence" sounds odd. It usually means "highlight", "emphasize" or something of that order - which does not exclude other meanings of course!
As to the emaning of "encapsulation", Merriam-Webster gave the following :
One entry found for encapsulate.
Main Entry: en·cap·su·late
Pronunciation: in-'kap-s&-"lAt, en-
Inflected Form(s): -lat·ed; -lat·ing
1 : to enclose in or as if in a capsule <a pilot encapsulated in the cockpit>
2 : EPITOMIZE, SUMMARIZE <encapsulate an era in an aphorism>
intransitive senses : to become encapsulated
- en·cap·su·la·tion /-"kap-s&-'lA-sh&n/ noun
Whether "encapsulation" in your context means "summary" or "enclosure", then only you may know!
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