English translation of 'fermeture éclair'
Example Sentences Including 'fermeture éclair'
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La pose d'une fermeture éclair sur le ventre, ça fait forcément bobo.Marie Claire
Un designer munichois a tiré une fermeture éclair géante pour ouvrir la grande enveloppe qui recouvrait la Porte de Brandebourg.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
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Used Rarely. fermeture éclair is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'fermeture éclair' in Other Languages
British English: zip /zɪp/ NOUN
A zip is a device used to open and close parts of clothes and bags. It consists of two rows of metal or plastic teeth which separate or fasten together as you pull a small tag along them.
He pulled the zip of his leather jacket down.
- American English: zipper
- Arabic: زِمَامٌ مُنْزَلِق
- Brazilian Portuguese: zíper
- Chinese: 拉链
- Croatian: patentni zatvarač
- Czech: zip
- Danish: lynlås
- Dutch: rits
- European Spanish: cremallera
- Finnish: vetoketju
- French: fermeture éclair
- German: Reißverschluss
- Greek: φερμουάρ
- Italian: cerniera lampo
- Japanese: ファスナー
- Korean: 지퍼
- Norwegian: glidelås
- Polish: zamek suwak
- European Portuguese: fecho de correr
- Romanian: fermoar
- Russian: застежка-молния
- Spanish: cremallera
- Swedish: blixtlås
- Thai: ซิป
- Turkish: fermuar
- Ukrainian: застібка-блискавка
- Vietnamese: phéc-mơ-tuya
Translation of fermeture éclair from the Collins French to English
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