cut & cover tunnels

French translation: tranchée couverte

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English term or phrase:cut & cover tunnels
French translation:tranchée couverte
Entered by: Isabelle Dubé

17:28 Sep 3, 2000
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: cut & cover tunnels
Civil engineering and construction - for the use of concrete products
cmoulet
tranchée couverte
Explanation:
Du GDT :

Domaine(s)
route
construction de la chaussée


cut and cover (ab)


tranchée couverte n f (ab)
Tunnel exécuté en tranchée ouverte puis recouverte. (b)
Contexte(s): Une tranchée couverte permet le passage sous la rue Mouillard et assure la transition entre l'échangeur de Vaise et le tunnel de Rochecardon. (c)



[Office de la langue française, 1991]
TBT17020560
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tranchée couverte


Explanation:
Du GDT :

Domaine(s)
route
construction de la chaussée


cut and cover (ab)


tranchée couverte n f (ab)
Tunnel exécuté en tranchée ouverte puis recouverte. (b)
Contexte(s): Une tranchée couverte permet le passage sous la rue Mouillard et assure la transition entre l'échangeur de Vaise et le tunnel de Rochecardon. (c)



[Office de la langue française, 1991]
TBT17020560


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