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éboulement

  

      nm   [+rochers]   falling rocks    pl  , rock fall  
(=amas)  
fallen rocks  
[+falaise]  
collapse  
[+terrain]  
landslide
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
éboulement n.
collapse

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'éboulement' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
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éboulement
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éboulement
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éboulement
[Tech.]
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éboulement
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éboulement
[Tech.]
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1. feuille ; bout de papier 2. glissade 3. étourderie ; erreur ; bévue 4. éboulement 5. jupon ; combinaison
n.
éboulements de terre
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"éboulement": examples and translations in context
Qui pouvait savoir qu'il y aurait un éboulement. Who'd have guessed there would be a landslide.
Puis la porte s'est fermée et a déclenché l'éboulement. Then the door slammed shut and started the landslide.
Son mari est pris sous un éboulement dans une mine. Her husband is trapped in a cave-in. She wants help to get him out.
On est sans doute assez loin de l'éboulement. Probably got far enough from the cave-in.
Mais un deuxième éboulement a empêché tout accès. But, a secondary collapse blocked off any possible access to it.
Cet agencement empêche l'éboulement du sable et du gravier. Therefore, collapse of the sand and gravel can be prevented.
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