English translation of 'de pointe'
[technique] advanced ⧫ state-of-the-art
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AIDER LES cancérologues Les cancérologues ont du mai à se procurer des médicaments de pointe.Marie Claire
Elles se plient à de nouvelles formes, à de nouveaux matériaux, aux technologies de pointe.Le Monde (2000)
En 1993, pour ses besoins d'électricité pendant les heures de pointe, il investit dans une éolienne de 80 kW.Le Monde (2002)
Toutes les sept minutes, aux heures de pointe, un point est fait sur les perturbations de la circulation.Le Monde (2003)
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British English: high-tech ADJECTIVE
High-tech activities or equipment involve or result from the use of high technology.
...such high-tech industries as computers or telecommunications.
British English: peak ADJECTIVE
The peak level or value of something is its highest level or value.
Today's price is lower than the peak level.
British English: state-of-the-art ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as state-of-the-art, you mean that it is the best available because it has been made using the most modern techniques and technology.
...the production of state-of-the-art electronics.
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