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Glaze

French translation: glaçage

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00:41 Jul 19, 2000
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: Glaze
Glaze – An extremely smooth or glossy engine cylinder surface, polished over a long time by friction from the piston rings.
Robert Ring
Canada
Local time: 16:57
French translation:glaçage
Explanation:
The polishing of cylinder liner walls by friction (glazing)is detrimental to lubrication and must be countered by unglazing (déglaçage) using special tooling.
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Louis RIOUAL
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navernisILA
naglaçageLouis RIOUAL
navernis, lustremiri


  

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vernis, lustre


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miri
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glaçage


Explanation:
The polishing of cylinder liner walls by friction (glazing)is detrimental to lubrication and must be countered by unglazing (déglaçage) using special tooling.


    Common marine and general engineering practice
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1 hr
vernis


Explanation:
glaze [glez]
vb.
1. (tr.) to fit or cover with glass.
2. (tr.) Ceramics. to cover with a vitreous solution, rendering impervious to liquid and smooth to the touch.
3. (tr.) to cover (a painting) with a layer of semitransparent colour to modify the tones.
4. (tr.) to cover (foods) with a shiny coating by applying beaten egg, sugar, etc.
5. (tr.) to make glossy or shiny.
6. (when intr., often foll. by over) to become or cause to become glassy: his eyes were glazing over. n.
7. Ceramics.
a. a vitreous or glossy coating.
b. the substance used to produce such a coating.
8. a semitransparent coating applied to a painting to modify the tones.
9. a smooth lustrous finish on a fabric produced by applying various chemicals.
10. something used to give a glossy surface to foods: a syrup glaze. [glasen. from glas {glass}]
glazed adj. glaz·er n. glaz·y adj
hope that this would be of some help

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