girder translation | English-French dictionary

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girder

  

      n   poutre    f  
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gird, girdle, grinder, glide

girder n.
poutrelle
[Tech.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
carlingue centrale
[Tech.]
n.
carlingue centrale
[Tech.]
n.
carlingue intercostale
[Tech.]
n.
poutre à caisson
[Tech.]
n.
ferme
[Tech.]
n.
poutre articulée
n.
élément porteur d'acier en barres
[Tech.]
n.
carlingue centrale continue
[Tech.]
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'girder' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
girder
n.
girder
n.
girder
n.
central girder
n.
double girder crane
[Tech.]
n.
bottom centreline girder
[Tech.]
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"girder": examples and translations in context
The decking (10) is attached to the girder framework (44) of a building. Le platelage (10) est attaché au cadre de poutre (44) d'un bâtiment.
using scientific notation to express the creep effect of a concrete girder. utiliser la notation scientifique pour exprimer l'effet de fluage d'une poutre en béton.
I was checking the, ah, specs on the end line, for the rotary girder... Je vérifiais les caractéristiques de la poutre rotative en fin de chaîne...
That ain't blood. That's red paint off a girder. C'est pas du sang, c'est de la peinture sur une poutre.
So, I climbed up the girder to where the guy was sitting and I said, J'ai escaladé la poutre jusqu'au gars, et j'ai dit :
He was working on a girder on a Conway Construction job. Il travaillait sur une poutrelle d'un chantier de Conway.
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