scotch-bond

French translation: appareil commun

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English term or phrase:scotch-bond
French translation:appareil commun
Entered by: sporran

01:01 Oct 27, 2005
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
English term or phrase: scotch-bond
...bond configurations as specified or indicated on (architectural drawings or by reproducing an existing bond such as "scotch-bond")...

(Contexte : travail de la pierre)
Lou-Ann Dubé
Canada
Local time: 06:20
appareil commun
Explanation:
Termium :
common bond Source CORRECT

American bond Source CORRECT

Scotch bond Source CORRECT
appareil commun Source CORRECT, MASC

appareillage commun Source CORRECT, MASC

appareillage américain Source CORRECT, MASC

appareil à l'américaine Source CORRECT, MASC

appareil américain Source CORRECT, MASC

appareil usuel Source MASC

DEF – A bond in which every fifth, sixth, or seventh course of a wall consists of headers and the other courses consist of stretchers. Source
CONT – Appareil commun. Ressemble à l'appareil en pannereses, sauf qu'il se présente une assise de boutisses au cinquième, sixième ou septième rang. Source
OBS – Appareil : Disposition que l'on donne aux pierres et aux briques dans la construction d'un mur, d'un arc, d'une voûte.
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sporran
France
Local time: 12:20
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Merci!
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appareil commun


Explanation:
Termium :
common bond Source CORRECT

American bond Source CORRECT

Scotch bond Source CORRECT
appareil commun Source CORRECT, MASC

appareillage commun Source CORRECT, MASC

appareillage américain Source CORRECT, MASC

appareil à l'américaine Source CORRECT, MASC

appareil américain Source CORRECT, MASC

appareil usuel Source MASC

DEF – A bond in which every fifth, sixth, or seventh course of a wall consists of headers and the other courses consist of stretchers. Source
CONT – Appareil commun. Ressemble à l'appareil en pannereses, sauf qu'il se présente une assise de boutisses au cinquième, sixième ou septième rang. Source
OBS – Appareil : Disposition que l'on donne aux pierres et aux briques dans la construction d'un mur, d'un arc, d'une voûte.


sporran
France
Local time: 12:20
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 15
Grading comment
Merci!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Jacques Desnoyers
1 hr
  -> merci Jacques !

agree  Martine C: bravo
1 hr
  -> merci ma grande :-)
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