ein/ziehen (ici)

11:02 Mar 30, 2017
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German to French translations [PRO]
Science - Agriculture / Botanique
German term or phrase: ein/ziehen (ici)
Bonjour,

Il s'agit de la traduction d'un site web sur les hellébores
"(...) die Blätter ziehen oft im Winter ein"
J'ai une hésitation sur ce terme, merci pour votre aide.
Hélène ALEXIS
France
Local time: 12:12


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3feuillage caduc
Malefi Cicu


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feuillage caduc


Explanation:
De quel type d'hellébore s'agit-il? Certaines hellébores ont le feuillage persistant, d'autres le feuillage caduc. S'il s'agit, par exemple, d'une hellébore au feuillage caduc, je garderais le terme caduc "dont le feuillage est caduc en hiver". Sinon l'autre explication serait que les feuilles se recroquevillent ou se racornissent en hiver.

Malefi Cicu
Germany
Local time: 12:12
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Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench, Native in ItalianItalian
Notes to answerer
Asker: Non le feuillage n'est pas caduc, effectivement j'avais pensé aux feuilles qui se recroquevillent..

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