Tuile à côte

English translation: ribbed tile

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French term or phrase:tuile à côte
English translation:ribbed tile
Entered by: Cyril Tollari

22:03 Nov 27, 2019
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Architecture
French term or phrase: Tuile à côte
Hi, another roof-tile question from me, I'm afraid!

I'm struggling to find the English (UK) equivalent for "tuile à côte".

Termium suggests this could be translated as a 'pantile', but I'm not convinced as the specific feature of this tile seems to be the "côte". I haven't found anything convincing mentioning an edge/ridge/rib.

Here's the term with a bit more context:

"Conçue pour la rénovation, la tuile à côte universelle est une tuile traditionnelle de la fin du XIXe que l'on retrouve aussi bien sur les bâtiments publics que sur les maisons meulières des années 1900.

Compatible avec plus de 230 modèles existants, la tuile à côte universelle est la tuile idéale des remaniages ou rénovations ponctuelles."

Thanks in advance for your help!
cmf33
United Kingdom
ribbed tile
Explanation:
This glossary looks more reliable than Termium for tiles
http://docplayer.fr/12164509-English-french-glossary-of-the-...
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Cyril Tollari
France
Local time: 15:04
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tuile à côte
ribbed tile


Explanation:
This glossary looks more reliable than Termium for tiles
http://docplayer.fr/12164509-English-french-glossary-of-the-...

Cyril Tollari
France
Local time: 15:04
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