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French translation: boulon d'extraction

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English term or phrase:extracting bolt
French translation:boulon d'extraction
Entered by: Dominique Cook
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14:22 Dec 22, 2003
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: extracting bolt
4. Remove the pulley from the encoder by loosening the three M6 extracting bolts
Dominique Cook
United Kingdom
Local time: 13:19
boulon d'extraction
Explanation:
bolt (acfg)
Any cylindrical screw with head which is used with a nut ((...)). (c)
A bolt is an externally threaded fastener designed for insertion through holes in assembled parts, and is normally intended to be tightened or released by torquing a nut. (a)
A rod or heavy pin (as one made of steel) designed to fasten two or more objects (as metal plates) together or to hold one or more objects in place often having a head at one end and a screw thread cut upon the other end being usually secured by a nut ((...)). (f)
Contexte(s): An externally threaded fastener which is prevented from being turned during assembly, and which can be tightened only by torquing a nut is a bolt. (Example : round head bolts, track bolts, plow bolts.) ((...)). An externally threaded fastener which must be assembled with a nut to perform its intended service is a bolt. (Example : heavy hex structural bolt.). (a)
Bolts are generally distinguished from screws because they pass completely through the parts being joined and are fastened by a nut on the threaded end. A screw does not require a nut. Instead, it passes entirely through only one of the parts and seats directly in threads in the second part. (g)
Note(s): ((...)) there is an unthreaded portion between the thread and the head. (c)


boulon n m (bc)
Contexte(s): Un boulon se compose d'une tige cylindrique, terminée à l'une des extrémités par une tête, filetée à l'autre extrémité pour recevoir une tête amovible appelée écrou.
Les pièces à assembler par boulons sont percées de façon que le boulon les traverse librement; le vissage de l'écrou serre les deux pièces assemblées entre la tête du boulon et l'écrou. (b)
Note(s): Le boulon comporte toujours une tête. Il traverse les pièces à assembler et les retient ensemble par la pression exercée par sa tête à une extrémité et celle de l'écrou qu'on tourne à l'autre extrémité. Le boulon lui-même ne se «visse» pas. (h)

Synonyme(s):
vis de boulon n f (c)
Vis cylindrique à tête, utilisée conjointement avec un écrou ((...)). (c)
Note(s): ((...)) elle comporte une partie lisse entre le filetage et la tête. (c)
corps de boulon n m (cde)
Note(s): Terme admis mais non imposé en remplacement du mot «vis» pour désigner ((ce type de)) ((...)) vis à tête. (d)

Voir aussi:
vis



[Office de la langue française, 1996]

Voici pour ce qui est du "bolt", pour le terme "extraction", ça dépend du contexte, mais en général, ça se traduit par extraction, tout simplement.
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boulon d'extraction


Explanation:
bolt (acfg)
Any cylindrical screw with head which is used with a nut ((...)). (c)
A bolt is an externally threaded fastener designed for insertion through holes in assembled parts, and is normally intended to be tightened or released by torquing a nut. (a)
A rod or heavy pin (as one made of steel) designed to fasten two or more objects (as metal plates) together or to hold one or more objects in place often having a head at one end and a screw thread cut upon the other end being usually secured by a nut ((...)). (f)
Contexte(s): An externally threaded fastener which is prevented from being turned during assembly, and which can be tightened only by torquing a nut is a bolt. (Example : round head bolts, track bolts, plow bolts.) ((...)). An externally threaded fastener which must be assembled with a nut to perform its intended service is a bolt. (Example : heavy hex structural bolt.). (a)
Bolts are generally distinguished from screws because they pass completely through the parts being joined and are fastened by a nut on the threaded end. A screw does not require a nut. Instead, it passes entirely through only one of the parts and seats directly in threads in the second part. (g)
Note(s): ((...)) there is an unthreaded portion between the thread and the head. (c)


boulon n m (bc)
Contexte(s): Un boulon se compose d'une tige cylindrique, terminée à l'une des extrémités par une tête, filetée à l'autre extrémité pour recevoir une tête amovible appelée écrou.
Les pièces à assembler par boulons sont percées de façon que le boulon les traverse librement; le vissage de l'écrou serre les deux pièces assemblées entre la tête du boulon et l'écrou. (b)
Note(s): Le boulon comporte toujours une tête. Il traverse les pièces à assembler et les retient ensemble par la pression exercée par sa tête à une extrémité et celle de l'écrou qu'on tourne à l'autre extrémité. Le boulon lui-même ne se «visse» pas. (h)

Synonyme(s):
vis de boulon n f (c)
Vis cylindrique à tête, utilisée conjointement avec un écrou ((...)). (c)
Note(s): ((...)) elle comporte une partie lisse entre le filetage et la tête. (c)
corps de boulon n m (cde)
Note(s): Terme admis mais non imposé en remplacement du mot «vis» pour désigner ((ce type de)) ((...)) vis à tête. (d)

Voir aussi:
vis



[Office de la langue française, 1996]

Voici pour ce qui est du "bolt", pour le terme "extraction", ça dépend du contexte, mais en général, ça se traduit par extraction, tout simplement.

Isabelle DEFEVERE
Spain
Local time: 14:19
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench, Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 67
Grading comment
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