English translation of 'allumage'
Example Sentences Including 'allumage'
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Cette année, la générosité des premiers rayons de soleil a donné à la nature une avance à l'allumage exceptionnelle.Le Monde (1997)
Des variations de la pression ont alors perturbé l'allumage ", explique un expert d'Arianespace.Le Monde (2001)
L'entrée d'eau provoque alors la mise hors d'usage du système ABS et l'allumage du voyant correspondant.Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
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'allumage' in Other Languages
British English: ignition /ɪɡˈnɪʃən/ NOUN
In a car, the ignition is the mechanism which lights the fuel and starts the engine, usually operated by turning a key.
He put the key in the ignition.
- American English: ignition
- Arabic: إِشْتِعَالٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ignição
- Chinese: 点火
- Croatian: paljenje
- Czech: zapalování auto
- Danish: antændelse
- Dutch: ontsteking in auto
- European Spanish: encendido
- Finnish: sytytys
- French: allumage
- German: Zündung
- Greek: ανάφλεξη
- Italian: accensione
- Japanese: 点火装置
- Korean: 점화
- Norwegian: tenning
- Polish: zapłon
- European Portuguese: ignição
- Romanian: contactauto
- Russian: зажигание
- Spanish: encendido
- Swedish: tändning
- Thai: กระบวนการเผาไหม้ของเครื่องยนต์
- Turkish: ateşleme
- Ukrainian: запалювання
- Vietnamese: bộ phận đánh lửa
Translation of allumage from the Collins French to English
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