sich anlegen

French translation: adhérer étroitement à la tête

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German term or phrase:sich anlegen
French translation:adhérer étroitement à la tête

14:26 Oct 24, 2020
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German to French translations [PRO]
Science - Zoology
German term or phrase: sich anlegen
Bonjour à tout le monde,
Je traduis un texte relatif aux caractéristiques du labrador retriever et je ne vois pas bien comment traduire "sich anlegen".
"Die Backen legen sich gut am Kopf an, ohne fleischig zu sein".
Dans le jargon cynophile, on parle de "joues viandeuses", mais pour le reste... ?
Auriez-vous une idée ?
Merci d'avance de votre aide
Claude
Claude Roelens-Dequidt
France
Local time: 22:07
adhérer étroitement à la tête
Explanation:
je n'ai pas de justificatif, mais bon, c'est littéraire
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Local time: 22:07
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adhérer étroitement à la tête


Explanation:
je n'ai pas de justificatif, mais bon, c'est littéraire

giselavigy
Local time: 22:07
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in FrenchFrench
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