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vissé à (qch) adj.
fastened on to (sth) ; fixed to (sth) ; screwed on to (sth)

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
nnpl.
advise
vt.
increase
vt.
key in
exp.
to aim at sth
v.
give medical care to ; provide medical care to
adv.
face to face
exp.
to catch sth (on)
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visser, vissage, viscose, vinasse

"vissé à (qch)": examples and translations in context
Voir également Pays/Parties visés à l'Annexe II, Pays/Parties non visés à l'Annexe I, et Pays/Parties non visés à l'Annexe B. However, the pressure difference between Iceland and the Azores fluctuates on time scales of days to decades, and can be reversed at times. It is the dominant mode of winter climate variability in the North Atlantic region, ranging from central North America to Europe.
La modification proposée vise à améliorer les contrôles. The purpose of the proposed amendment tabled here is to improve controls.
Notre approche actuelle vise à enrayer la maladie. Our current approach is focused on stamping out the disease.
L'invention vise à pallier ce problème. It is the aim of the invention to eliminate this problem.
Ce rapport vise à mieux protéger les demandeurs d'asile. This comes in a report drawn up by Caroline LUCAS (Greens/EFA, UK) for the International Trade Committee.
Cet amendement vise à mentionner toutes les bases juridiques. This amendment is designed to combine all the relevant legal bases.
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