Unique rollover hard case

French translation: exceptionelle mallette à coque rigide

09:36 Aug 22, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Unique rollover hard case
No context, just a list of different items for a general catalog. "Rollover" is my main problem, but I would also like your input on "unique". As for hard case, I suppose it means "étui dur"?
Thanks.
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French translation:exceptionelle mallette à coque rigide
Explanation:
If it is "etui" or "mallette" depends, I think, on the size of the object. A case for a small device such as a PDA would be an "étui". In my Inmac catalogue in French it has Samsonite hard cases, referred to as mallettes, one of which has a "coque ABS super résistante". As for rollover and unique, hmm. Unique might be translated as exceptionelle I suppose
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mckinnc
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naexceptionelle mallette à coque rigide
mckinnc
naétui dur retournable, exécution spéciale
Maya Jurt


  

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étui dur retournable, exécution spéciale


Explanation:
Now, this is a tough one. It would help if you could say what category of product is put into this hard case. You can use 'étui retournable unique', it all depends if this item can be found elsewhere ot not.

Maya Jurt
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Local time: 01:23
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in FrenchFrench
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exceptionelle mallette à coque rigide


Explanation:
If it is "etui" or "mallette" depends, I think, on the size of the object. A case for a small device such as a PDA would be an "étui". In my Inmac catalogue in French it has Samsonite hard cases, referred to as mallettes, one of which has a "coque ABS super résistante". As for rollover and unique, hmm. Unique might be translated as exceptionelle I suppose

mckinnc
Local time: 01:23
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PRO pts in pair: 371
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Thanks to both contributors. Both answers were helpful, the one I chose being, I think, the most appropriate in this case.
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