alésage de roulement ; alésage de butée
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[+person] maintien m , allure f
→ She admired his tall, distinguished bearing.
(=connection, influence) rapport m
to have a bearing on sth influer sur qch
→ Diet has an important bearing on your general health.
→ That is all in the past. It has no bearing on what is happening today.
roulement m (à billes)
→ the wheel bearings
(=orientation) to take a bearing (with compass)
faire le point to take a bearing off sth
(=use as reference point) s'orienter par rapport à qch → Father took bearings off the lighthouse. to get one's bearings, to find one's bearings
(=orientate o.s.) s'orienter → They stopped to get their bearings. → We tried to find our bearings. (fig) (in situation)
se repérer → After a week in the job, she had got her bearings. to lose one's bearings (lit)
(=lose one's way) être désorienté (e) → he lost his bearings in cloud and fog (fig)
(=get confused) perdre ses repères → `Without a doubt, I lost my bearings when I moved to America
ball bearing , ball-bearing
n roulement m à billes
food-bearing lorries camions transportant de la nourriture
rifle-bearing soldiers soldats armés de fusils
flag-bearing marchers manifestants portant des drapeaux
the load-bearing joints of the body les articulations qui supportent le poids du corps
a fruit-bearing apple tree un pommier qui donne des fruits
interest-bearing account compte qui rapporte des intérêts
oil-bearing rocks roches recelant du pétrole
snow-bearing clouds nuages chargés de neige
malaria-bearing mosquitos moustiques porteurs de malaria
adj porteur (-euse)
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