shell

French translation: See below

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03:55 Aug 10, 2000
English to French translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: shell
According to the context, this is a piece of equipment for the 2nd baseman (baseball game). Any french equivalent ?
Thansk in advance
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Christian Fournier
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French translation:See below
Explanation:
Yes there is a French equivalent:

Le bac du gardien de base


HOWEVER the French do not use this. They use the English term.

Best of luck
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Thanks a lot. I'll stick to "shell" in French, then.
Kind regards
Christian
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See below


Explanation:
Yes there is a French equivalent:

Le bac du gardien de base


HOWEVER the French do not use this. They use the English term.

Best of luck

abrir
PRO pts in pair: 11
Grading comment
Thanks a lot. I'll stick to "shell" in French, then.
Kind regards
Christian

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