nez physique

German translation: Poller / physische Nase

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French term or phrase:nez physique
German translation:Poller / physische Nase
Entered by: Doris Wolf

11:31 Sep 24, 2020
French to German translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / Schilderung eines Unfalls
French term or phrase: nez physique
Hallo,

ich bin mir nicht ganz sicher, wie der oben angegebene Begriff übersetzt werden könnte. Danke im Voraus für Ideen!

Dévié de sa trajectoire, le véhicule évolue effréné à cent kilo- mètres-heure avant de heurter de plein fouet un poteau supportant un panneau de bifurcation. Comme une canette d’alu sous un pied, la tôle s’écrase contre le nez physique de cette sortie d’autoroute.
Doris Wolf
Germany
Poller
Explanation:
Ich denke, es handelt sich um eine Art (Beton-)Poller
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Ulrike Cisar
Germany
Local time: 14:38
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Vielen Dank!
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3 +2Poller
Ulrike Cisar


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Poller


Explanation:
Ich denke, es handelt sich um eine Art (Beton-)Poller

Ulrike Cisar
Germany
Local time: 14:38
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Vielen Dank!

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agree  Claudia Matt: Begründung siehe Diskussionsbeitrag.
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