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18:30 Jan 5, 2002
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French to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
French term or phrase: sheed (utilisé en français)
Kontext:
Assurer une bonne étanchéité des portes, fenêtres, sheeds, toitures. (...) attention aux trous non rebouchés dans les toitures de bâtiments ou les sheeds d'ateliers de fabrication...
Kann jemand helfen?
Merci d'avance
Giselle Chaumien
Germany
Local time: 06:49
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4Hangar, Schuppen
Maya Jurt


  

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Hangar, Schuppen


Explanation:
Giselle, je pense qu'il faut lire "shed"
""sheed" n'existe pas en anglais.

Hangar - Grosse Fabrikationshalle

GDT
Domaine(s) : bâtiment
1 / 2

shed remise n. f.

Terme(s) apparenté(s)
hangar n. m.

Terme(s) à éviter
cabanon


Déf. :
Petite construction extérieure ayant particulièrement un toit en appentis.
Abri, local sans aménagement spécial où l'on met des objets, des instruments.

[Office de la langue française, 1982]





Maya Jurt
Switzerland
Local time: 06:49
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 145
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Voir mail séparé - il s'agit bien de "sheed" et non shed
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