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duct traduction

Phrase "duct"
  • n. tuyau; conduit, canal; tube; tuyau de ventilation
  • The old ventilation duct will be used for evacuation.
    C'est l'ancienne galerie de ventilation qui servira pour l'évacuation.
  • Mack then duct tapes Fulton's mouth shut.
    Mack scotche la bouche Fulton.
  • For more on this question, see "Other duct flutes."
    Pour plus de détails, voir "Jeûne de la Nativité".
  • Marguerite probably only suffered from a tear duct obstruction.
    Marguerite ne souffrait probablement que d'une obstruction du canal lacrymal.
  • The bypass duct runs the full length the engine.
    Le conduit du flux secondaire court tout le long du moteur.
  • In 2004, 3M invented a transparent duct tape.
    En 2004, 3M met un « duct tape » transparent sur le marché.
  • Jean Pecquet, French anatomist who discovered the thoracic duct (born 1622)
    Jean Pecquet (né en 1622), anatomiste français qui a découvert le canal thoracique.
  • Each gland has a separate duct leading to the base of its grooved teeth.
    Chaque glande a un canal menant à la base des dents rainurées.
  • The connection between its original position and its final position is the thyroglossal duct.
    La connexion entre sa position initiale et sa position finale donne le tractus thyréoglosse.
  • You no spill your milk, ve don't get duct tape. / Panther King: Hmm
    You no spill your milk, ve don't get duct tape. » Roi panthère: « Hmm
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  • an enclosed conduit for a fluid

  • a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance; "the tear duct was obstructed"; "the alimentary canal"; "poison is released through a channel in the snake''s fangs"
    Synonyme: epithelial duct, canal, channel,

  • a continuous tube formed by a row of elongated cells lacking intervening end walls