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English translation of 'boulon'

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boulon

[bulɔ̃ ]
masculine noun
bolt

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Example Sentences Including 'boulon'

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Entre le Saint François d'Assise de Messiaen, le boulon et le logiciel, je ne peux croire à un droit moral un et indivisible.
Le Monde (2000)
Le boulon « miroir du siècle », l'un des 45 000 de l'édifice, amorça sa chute.
Libération (2002)
Si le projet aboutit, le Grand Palais pourrait rouvrir ses portes en 2007. Soit près de quinze ans après la chute du méchant boulon.
Libération (2002)

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'boulon' in Other Languages

British English: bolt /bəʊlt/ NOUN
A bolt is a long metal object which screws into a nut and is used to fasten things together.
  • American English: bolt
  • Arabic: تِرْباس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: trinco
  • Chinese: 门栓
  • Croatian: vijak
  • Czech: šroub
  • Danish: bolt
  • Dutch: bout
  • European Spanish: tornillo
  • Finnish: salpa
  • French: boulon
  • German: Riegel Speerstück
  • Greek: βίδα
  • Italian: bullone
  • Japanese: かんぬき
  • Korean: 빗장
  • Norwegian: bolt
  • Polish: śruba
  • European Portuguese: trinco
  • Romanian: șurub; nit
  • Russian: болт
  • Spanish: cerrojo
  • Swedish: åskvigg
  • Thai: สลักเกลียว
  • Turkish: sürgü
  • Ukrainian: болт
  • Vietnamese: then cửa

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Translation of boulon from the Collins French to English
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