ame cablee

English translation: twisted OR stranded core (strictly speaking, specifically 'twisted')

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French term or phrase:âme cablée [electrical cables]
English translation:twisted OR stranded core (strictly speaking, specifically 'twisted')
Entered by: Tony M

08:57 Aug 13, 2001
French to English translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: ame cablee
(electric wires)
lifo
stranded OR twisted core
Explanation:
just a suggestion --- to describe a type of cable, as used in electornics etc., we might describe the core as being either solid [= a single wire, perhaps making the overall cable stiffer] or twisted [made up of multiple strands, yielding a more flexible cable]

câbler = to twist together
âme = heart or core

Depending on your context, perhaps this could be what you need? Most likely to apply to smaller-diamtere signal cables, or low-current power cables, though meatier applications are also possible.

Hope this helps!
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nastranded OR twisted core
Tony M
nacable core
Parrot
naame du cablee
1964


  

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21 mins
ame du cablee


Explanation:
cable core, composite cable , rope heart
perhaps cmoposite cable might be

1964
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55 mins
cable core


Explanation:
mid-point of the diameter - unless your context indicates another profile type.

Parrot
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1 hr
stranded OR twisted core


Explanation:
just a suggestion --- to describe a type of cable, as used in electornics etc., we might describe the core as being either solid [= a single wire, perhaps making the overall cable stiffer] or twisted [made up of multiple strands, yielding a more flexible cable]

câbler = to twist together
âme = heart or core

Depending on your context, perhaps this could be what you need? Most likely to apply to smaller-diamtere signal cables, or low-current power cables, though meatier applications are also possible.

Hope this helps!


    personal experience in electrics / electronics
Tony M
France
Local time: 14:57
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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