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redundant

  

      adj  
     (British)  
[worker]  
licencié (e)     
→ Ask a redundant coalminer, steelworker or aerospace engineer whether there is such a thing as a job for life any more.        
→ a redundant miner        
to be made redundant      [worker]   être licencié (e)     
He was made redundant yesterday.      Il a été licencié hier.  
   [detail, object]   superflu (e)     
[term]  
obsolète  
[institution, skills, building]  
devenu (e)   inutile  
→ a redundant Victorian mental hospital        
→ New technology means that some skills are now redundant        
→ ... the conversion of redundant buildings to residential use.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
redundant adj.
superflu

Additional comments:

fred19641927:

licencié, obsolète, devenu inutile,

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
v.
licencier
n.
matrice de disques
[Comp.]
n.
matrice de disques
[Comp.]
exp.
Il a été licencié hier.
exp.
Ses patrons ont répondu en la licenciant.
exp.
être licencié
exp.
être licencié (pour motif économique)
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'redundant' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
adj.
redundant
exp.
They've just made 7 employees redundant.
exp.
to be redundant
exp.
to make redundant
v.
be unemployed ; be made redundant
[Bus.]
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