Pression à griffe/à ressort annulaire/parallèle

English translation: > see below <

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02:07 Jul 23, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
French term or phrase: Pression à griffe/à ressort annulaire/parallèle
Clothing manufacture: document itemizing various
parts of clothing, in this case different types
of PRESS STUDS.
Neil Coffey
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:51
English translation:> see below <
Explanation:
All press-studs or snap-fasteners ( "boutons à pression" or simply "pressions") operate in essentially the same way, i.e., by means of a very close friction-fit, so it's hard to see where springs or other devices might come into play. A "pression à griffe" might well be a snap-fastener whose outward (visible) portion carries the designer's or manufacturer's logo. Alternatively, if "pression" refers to fasteners in general, a "pression à griffe" might be a hook-and-eye fastener (where "griffe" = "hook" or "claw"); a "pression à ressort annulaire" might be a circular-spring fastener; and a "pression parallèle" might be a flat-tab fastener (i.e., a slider). -- Hope this helps a little!

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na> see below <
Heathcliff
nasignature stamp/label ; spiral/coil spring; parallel
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signature stamp/label ; spiral/coil spring; parallel


Explanation:

According to the Robert &Collins Senior dictionnary,

Pression - to press
Griffe- when discussing clothing is a stamp or signature of the designer, or label

ressort - spring
annulaire - ring shaped

Parallele - parallel

I hope this helps!

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> see below <


Explanation:
All press-studs or snap-fasteners ( "boutons à pression" or simply "pressions") operate in essentially the same way, i.e., by means of a very close friction-fit, so it's hard to see where springs or other devices might come into play. A "pression à griffe" might well be a snap-fastener whose outward (visible) portion carries the designer's or manufacturer's logo. Alternatively, if "pression" refers to fasteners in general, a "pression à griffe" might be a hook-and-eye fastener (where "griffe" = "hook" or "claw"); a "pression à ressort annulaire" might be a circular-spring fastener; and a "pression parallèle" might be a flat-tab fastener (i.e., a slider). -- Hope this helps a little!



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