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FIBRE

  • 1 diferencial de rueda fibre

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > diferencial de rueda fibre

  • 2 multivibrador de funcionamento fibre

    сущ.
    тех. мультивибратор в режиме свободных колебаний, несинхронизированный мультивибратор

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > multivibrador de funcionamento fibre

  • 3 variador a rueda fibre

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  • 4 amianto en fibre

    • dlouhovláknitý osinek

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  • 5 diferencial de rueda fibre

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  • 6 multivibrador de funcionamento fibre

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  • 7 variador a rueda fibre

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  • 8 a la vista

    at sight, on sight
    * * *
    = in sight, within sight
    Ex. The trend is definitely towards the electronic submission, but the point where this method will entirely supplant the others is not yet in sight.
    Ex. As the major US telecommunications service providers install fibre optic cable, the availability of interactive video is within sight.
    * * *
    = in sight, within sight

    Ex: The trend is definitely towards the electronic submission, but the point where this method will entirely supplant the others is not yet in sight.

    Ex: As the major US telecommunications service providers install fibre optic cable, the availability of interactive video is within sight.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la vista

  • 9 abrupto

    adj.
    1 abrupt, steep, precipitous, broken.
    2 abrupt, sudden, hasty, hurried.
    3 coarse, impolite, rude.
    * * *
    1 (terreno) rugged; (pendiente) steep, abrupt
    2 (persona) abrupt, sudden
    * * *
    (f. - abrupta)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [cuesta] steep; [terreno] rough, rugged
    2) [tono] abrupt
    3) [cambio] sudden
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) <camino/pendiente> steep; < terreno> rough
    b) < tono> abrupt
    c) <cambio/descenso> abrupt, sudden
    * * *
    = rugged.
    Ex. Due to their lighter weight optical-fibre cables can be suspended to form aerial cables in the rugged countryside of Wales where the laying of ducts would be prohibitively expensive.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) <camino/pendiente> steep; < terreno> rough
    b) < tono> abrupt
    c) <cambio/descenso> abrupt, sudden
    * * *

    Ex: Due to their lighter weight optical-fibre cables can be suspended to form aerial cables in the rugged countryside of Wales where the laying of ducts would be prohibitively expensive.

    * * *
    abrupto -ta
    1 (escarpado) ‹camino/pendiente› steep
    2 (áspero, escabroso) ‹terreno› rough
    3 ‹tono› abrupt
    4 (repentino) ‹cambio/descenso› abrupt, sudden
    * * *

    abrupto
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    a)camino/pendiente steep;

    terreno rough
    b) tono abrupt

    c)cambio/descenso abrupt, sudden

    abrupto,-a adjetivo
    1 (paisaje) steep, rough, abrupt
    2 (cortante, violento) abrupt
    un abrupto cambio de planes, a sudden change of plan
    ' abrupto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abrupta
    English:
    blunt
    - abrupt
    * * *
    abrupto, -a adj
    1. [escarpado] sheer;
    [accidentado] rugged
    2. [brusco] abrupt, sudden
    * * *
    adj
    1 terreno rough; pendiente steep
    2 tono, respuesta abrupt; cambio sudden
    * * *
    abrupto, -ta adj
    1) : abrupt
    2) escarpado: steep
    abruptamente adv
    * * *
    abrupto adj (terreno) rugged

    Spanish-English dictionary > abrupto

  • 10 accidentado

    adj.
    1 uneven, rugged, up-and-down.
    2 victim of an accident.
    3 full of unforeseen obstacles.
    f. & m.
    accident victim, victim of an accident.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: accidentar.
    * * *
    1→ link=accidentarse accidentarse
    1 (persona) injured
    2 (con incidentes) eventful, agitated
    vida accidentada stormy/troubled life
    3 (terreno) uneven, rough, bumpy
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 casualty, accident victim
    * * *
    (f. - accidentada)
    adj.
    1) rough, uneven
    2) troubled, eventful
    * * *
    accidentado, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) [terreno] rough, uneven
    2) (=turbado) [vida] troubled, eventful; [historial] variable, up-and-down; [viaje] eventful
    3) (Med) injured
    4) Caribe (Aut) broken down; LAm euf (=giboso) hunchbacked
    2.
    SM / F accident victim, casualty
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    1)
    a) < viaje> eventful; < historia> turbulent; <carrera/pasado> checkered* (before n); < vida> troubled
    b) < terreno> rough, rugged; < costa> broken
    2) < persona> hurt, injured
    II
    - da masculino, femenino

    llevaron a los accidentados al hospitalthose injured o hurt in the accident were taken to hospital

    * * *
    = rugged, hilly [hillier -comp., hilliest -sup.], chequered [checkered, -USA].
    Ex. Due to their lighter weight optical-fibre cables can be suspended to form aerial cables in the rugged countryside of Wales where the laying of ducts would be prohibitively expensive.
    Ex. Having entered the next state and a highway off the turnpike, he was amazed by the extraordinary flatness of the land, especially in contrast to the hilly terrain he had grown up with back home.
    Ex. An appraisal of the reforms following the report suggests that local councillors' workload has increased, and community councils have had a chequered career, although local authorities generally are stronger.
    ----
    * historia accidentada = chequered history.
    * pasado accidentado = chequered history, chequered past.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    1)
    a) < viaje> eventful; < historia> turbulent; <carrera/pasado> checkered* (before n); < vida> troubled
    b) < terreno> rough, rugged; < costa> broken
    2) < persona> hurt, injured
    II
    - da masculino, femenino

    llevaron a los accidentados al hospitalthose injured o hurt in the accident were taken to hospital

    * * *
    = rugged, hilly [hillier -comp., hilliest -sup.], chequered [checkered, -USA].

    Ex: Due to their lighter weight optical-fibre cables can be suspended to form aerial cables in the rugged countryside of Wales where the laying of ducts would be prohibitively expensive.

    Ex: Having entered the next state and a highway off the turnpike, he was amazed by the extraordinary flatness of the land, especially in contrast to the hilly terrain he had grown up with back home.
    Ex: An appraisal of the reforms following the report suggests that local councillors' workload has increased, and community councils have had a chequered career, although local authorities generally are stronger.
    * historia accidentada = chequered history.
    * pasado accidentado = chequered history, chequered past.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹viaje› eventful, full of incident
    la accidentada historia española de este período the troubled o turbulent history of Spain during this period
    su accidentada carrera diplomática his checkered ( AmE) o ( BrE) chequered diplomatic career
    2 ‹terreno/camino› rough, rugged; ‹costa› broken
    B ‹persona› hurt, injured
    no hubo ningún pasajero accidentado none of the passengers was hurt
    masculine, feminine
    los accidentados fueron trasladados al hospital those injured o hurt in the accident o the injured were taken to hospital
    * * *

    Del verbo accidentar: ( conjugate accidentar)

    accidentado es:

    el participio

    accidentado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    1
    a) viaje eventful;

    historia turbulent;
    carrera/pasado› checkered( conjugate checkered) ( before n);
    vida troubled
    b) terreno rough, rugged;

    costa broken
    2 persona hurt, injured
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino:
    llevaron a los accidentados al hospital those injured o hurt in the accident were taken to hospital

    accidentado,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 (irregular, montañoso) uneven, hilly
    2 (agitado, complicado) eventful: tuvimos una cena muy accidentada, we had a most eventful supper
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino casualty, accident victim

    ' accidentado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    accidentada
    - escarpada
    - escarpado
    - relieve
    English:
    hilly
    - rugged
    - ruggedness
    - checkered
    * * *
    accidentado, -a
    adj
    1. [vida] turbulent;
    [viaje, fiesta] eventful
    2. [terreno, camino] rough, rugged
    3. [vehículo]
    el avión accidentado the plane involved in the crash
    nm,f
    injured person;
    los accidentados the people injured in the accident
    * * *
    I adj
    1 terreno, camino uneven, rough
    2 viaje eventful
    3
    :
    personas accidentadas people who have had an accident;
    el vehículo accidentado the vehicle involved in the accident
    II m, accidentada f casualty
    * * *
    accidentado, -da adj
    1) : eventful, turbulent
    2) : rough, uneven
    3) : injured
    accidentado, -da n
    : accident victim
    * * *

    Spanish-English dictionary > accidentado

  • 11 agencia de normalización

    Ex. This article briefly describes some of the common characteristics of the Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) operation as presented by several standards bodies.
    * * *

    Ex: This article briefly describes some of the common characteristics of the Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) operation as presented by several standards bodies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agencia de normalización

  • 12 agua del mar

    (n.) = sea-water [seawater]
    Ex. Moreover, optical-fibre cables can resist the ill-effects of sea-water much better than the metal cables of today.
    * * *
    (n.) = sea-water [seawater]

    Ex: Moreover, optical-fibre cables can resist the ill-effects of sea-water much better than the metal cables of today.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agua del mar

  • 13 agua marina

    (n.) = sea-water [seawater]
    Ex. Moreover, optical-fibre cables can resist the ill-effects of sea-water much better than the metal cables of today.
    * * *
    (n.) = sea-water [seawater]

    Ex: Moreover, optical-fibre cables can resist the ill-effects of sea-water much better than the metal cables of today.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agua marina

  • 14 al alcance

    adj.
    within reach, at hand, near, ready.
    * * *
    = within reach, within easy reach, within sight, within gunshot, within range
    Ex. It is well worth the trouble to examine and negotiate financial matters with NGOs within reach in the country or the region to take advantage of their various assitance policies.
    Ex. Local catalogues are of great value in showing at a glance the contents of libraries within easy reach.
    Ex. As the major US telecommunications service providers install fibre optic cable, the availability of interactive video is within sight.
    Ex. In this way the fowler could work his way through the shallows to within gunshot of the fowl, so as to let fly with his rifle as they took off from the water.
    Ex. 77% of the world's population lives within range of a mobile network.
    * * *
    = within reach, within easy reach, within sight, within gunshot, within range

    Ex: It is well worth the trouble to examine and negotiate financial matters with NGOs within reach in the country or the region to take advantage of their various assitance policies.

    Ex: Local catalogues are of great value in showing at a glance the contents of libraries within easy reach.
    Ex: As the major US telecommunications service providers install fibre optic cable, the availability of interactive video is within sight.
    Ex: In this way the fowler could work his way through the shallows to within gunshot of the fowl, so as to let fly with his rifle as they took off from the water.
    Ex: 77% of the world's population lives within range of a mobile network.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al alcance

  • 15 alto en fibras

    (adj.) = high-fibre
    Ex. Wholemeal breads and pastas, high-fibre cereals and brown rice are wholegrain foods.
    * * *
    (adj.) = high-fibre

    Ex: Wholemeal breads and pastas, high-fibre cereals and brown rice are wholegrain foods.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alto en fibras

  • 16 alto4

    4 = heavy [heavier -comp., heaviest -sup.], high [higher -comp., highest -sup.], superior, tall [taller -comp., tallest -sup.], hefty [heftier -comp., heftiest -sup.].
    Ex. In fact, the area was well served by a very good neighbourhood advice centre which had a heavy workload of advice and information-giving.
    Ex. Lower specificity will be associated with lower precision but high recall.
    Ex. Superior cataloguing may result, since more consistency and closer adherence to standard codes are likely to emerge with cataloguers who spend all of their time cataloguing, than with a librarian who tackles cataloguing as one of various professional tasks.
    Ex. Occasionally, however, a differently shaped pyramid -- either taller or shorter, is more appropriate.
    Ex. Research publication had to adopt the same economic model as trade publication, and research libraries the world over paid the hefty price = Las publicaciones científicas tuvieron que adoptar el mismo modelo económico que las publicaciones comerciales y las bibliotecas universitarias de todo el mundo pagaron un precio elevado.
    ----
    * a alta presión = high-pressured, high-pressure.
    * a altas horas de la noche = late at night.
    * alcanzar cotas más altas = raise to + greater heights.
    * alta burguesía, la = gentry, the.
    * alta cocina = haute cuisine.
    * alta costura = haute couture.
    * Alta Edad Media, la = Early Middle Ages, the, High Middle Ages, the, Dark Ages, the.
    * alta intensidad = high-rate.
    * alta mar = high seas, the.
    * alta posición = high estate.
    * alta productividad = high yield.
    * alta resolución = high resolution.
    * altas esferas del poder, las = echelons of power, the.
    * altas esferas, las = corridors of power, the.
    * alta tecnología = high-tech, high-technology, hi-tech.
    * alta traición = high treason.
    * alta velocidad = high-rate.
    * alto cargo = senior post, top official, senior position, top person [top people, -pl.], top executive, top position, senior manager, senior executive, high official, top manager, senior official.
    * alto cargo público = senior public official.
    * alto comisario = high commissioner.
    * alto dignatario = high official.
    * alto en fibras = high-fibre.
    * alto funcionario = high official.
    * alto horno = blast furnace.
    * alto nivel = high standard.
    * alto precio = costliness.
    * alto rendimiento = high yield.
    * alto riesgo = high stakes.
    * altos cargos = people in high office.
    * alto y débil = spindly [spindlier -comp., spindliest -sup.].
    * alto y delgado = spindly [spindlier -comp., spindliest -sup.].
    * amontonarse muy alto = be metres high.
    * apuntar muy alto = reach for + the stars, shoot for + the stars.
    * a un alto nivel = high level [high-level].
    * cada vez más alto = constantly rising, steadily rising, steadily growing.
    * clase alta = upper class.
    * con un nivel de estudios alto = well educated [well-educated].
    * cuando la marea está alta = at high tide.
    * de alta alcurnia = well-born.
    * de alta cuna = well-born.
    * de alta fidelidad = hi-fi.
    * de alta mar = offshore, sea-going, ocean-going.
    * de alta potencia = high power.
    * de alta presión = high-pressured, high-pressure.
    * de alta resistencia = heavy-duty.
    * de alta tecnología = high-technology.
    * de alta tensión = heavy-current.
    * de alta velocidad = high-speed.
    * de alto abolengo = well-born.
    * de alto ahorro energético = energy-saving.
    * de alto nivel = high level [high-level], high-powered.
    * de alto rango = highly placed.
    * de alto rendimiento = high-performance, heavy-duty.
    * de altos vuelos = high-flying, high-powered.
    * de alto voltaje = high-voltage.
    * de la gama alta = high-end.
    * edificio alto = high-rise building.
    * en alta mar = on the high seas.
    * explosivo de alta potencia = high explosive.
    * fijar precios altos = price + high.
    * física de altas energías = high energy physics.
    * forma de la curva estadística en su valor más alto = peak-shape.
    * frente de altas presiones = ridge of high pressure.
    * línea de alta tensión = power line.
    * llevar a cotas más altas = raise to + greater heights, take + Nombre + to greater heights.
    * mantener la cabeza alta = hold + Posesivo + head high.
    * marea alta = high tide.
    * música de alta fidelidad = hi-fi music.
    * pagar un precio alto por Algo = pay + a premium price for.
    * persecución en coche a alta velocidad = high-speed chase.
    * persona de altos vuelos = high flyer [high flier, -USA].
    * persona de la alta sociedad = socialite.
    * poner un precio a Algo muy alto = overprice.
    * por todo lo alto = grandly, on a grand scale.
    * quimioterapia de altas dosis = high-dose chemotherapy.
    * reparador de estructuras altas = steeplejack.
    * ser muy alto = be metres high.
    * sistema de altas presiones = high-pressure system, ridge of high pressure.
    * temporada alta = high season.
    * tener un alto contenido de = be high in.
    * unaprobabilidad muy alta = a sporting chance.
    * un + Nombre + a altas horas de la noche = a late night + Nombre.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alto4

  • 17 arduo

    adj.
    arduous, hard, difficult, tough.
    * * *
    1 arduous, very difficult, awkward
    * * *
    ADJ arduous, hard
    * * *
    - dua adjetivo arduous
    * * *
    = arduous, exacting, uphill, rugged.
    Ex. Plays and music performances put on by staff and children require less arduous preparation than a full-length public performance.
    Ex. And since the main entry is the hub and most exacting aspect of our cataloging process, its replacement by a title-unit entry would greatly simplify the problem and expedite the operation of cataloging.
    Ex. Promoters of this tax will have an uphill fight and the cultural objections will be very great.
    Ex. Due to their lighter weight optical-fibre cables can be suspended to form aerial cables in the rugged countryside of Wales where the laying of ducts would be prohibitively expensive.
    ----
    * ardua labor = hard work.
    * tarea ardua = uphill struggle.
    * * *
    - dua adjetivo arduous
    * * *
    = arduous, exacting, uphill, rugged.

    Ex: Plays and music performances put on by staff and children require less arduous preparation than a full-length public performance.

    Ex: And since the main entry is the hub and most exacting aspect of our cataloging process, its replacement by a title-unit entry would greatly simplify the problem and expedite the operation of cataloging.
    Ex: Promoters of this tax will have an uphill fight and the cultural objections will be very great.
    Ex: Due to their lighter weight optical-fibre cables can be suspended to form aerial cables in the rugged countryside of Wales where the laying of ducts would be prohibitively expensive.
    * ardua labor = hard work.
    * tarea ardua = uphill struggle.

    * * *
    ‹jornada/labor› arduous, hard
    una ardua tarea an arduous task
    * * *

    arduo
    ◊ - dua adjetivo

    arduous
    arduo,-a adjetivo arduous

    ' arduo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ardua
    English:
    arduous
    - exacting
    - uphill
    - walk
    - hard
    - slog
    - testing
    * * *
    arduo, -a adj
    arduous
    * * *
    adj arduous
    * * *
    arduo, - dua adj
    : arduous, grueling
    arduamente adv

    Spanish-English dictionary > arduo

  • 18 arroz integral

    m.
    brown rice.
    * * *
    brown rice
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = brown rice
    Ex. Wholemeal breads and pastas, high-fibre cereals and brown rice are wholegrain foods.
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = brown rice

    Ex: Wholemeal breads and pastas, high-fibre cereals and brown rice are wholegrain foods.

    * * *
    brown rice

    Spanish-English dictionary > arroz integral

  • 19 arte de tejer

    (n.) = weaving
    Ex. Again, in Class M7 Textiles we find that the Personality facet P is considered to be the Fibre (Cotton, Flax, Hemp, etc) and in the Energy facet are found the operations (Spinning, Weaving, Carding, etc.).
    * * *
    (n.) = weaving

    Ex: Again, in Class M7 Textiles we find that the Personality facet P is considered to be the Fibre (Cotton, Flax, Hemp, etc) and in the Energy facet are found the operations (Spinning, Weaving, Carding, etc.).

    Spanish-English dictionary > arte de tejer

  • 20 aéreo

    adj.
    1 aerial, air, airborne, airy.
    2 aery, filmy.
    3 overhead.
    * * *
    1 aerial
    2 AVIACIÓN air
    \
    tráfico aéreo air traffic
    * * *
    (f. - aérea)
    adj.
    aerial, air
    * * *
    ADJ (Fot) aerial; [tráfico] air; (Ferro) overhead, elevated
    * * *
    - rea adjetivo < vista> aerial; < tráfico> air (before n)
    * * *
    = aerial.
    Ex. Due to their lighter weight optical-fibre cables can be suspended to form aerial cables in the rugged countryside of Wales where the laying of ducts would be prohibitively expensive.
    ----
    * accidente aéreo = air disaster, plane crash, air crash.
    * ataque aéreo = blitz.
    * cabeza de puente aéreo = airhead.
    * combate aéreo = dogfight [dog fight].
    * compañía aérea = airline carrier.
    * compañía aérea barata = low-cost airline.
    * corredor aéreo = air corridor.
    * enviar por correo aéreo = air-mail.
    * espacio aéreo = airspace.
    * flete aéreo = air cargo.
    * fotografía aérea = aerial photograph, aerial photography.
    * fuerzas aéreas británicas = RAF [Royal Air Force].
    * ruta aérea = airway.
    * transporte aéreo = air cargo.
    * zona de exclusión aérea = no-fly zone.
    * * *
    - rea adjetivo < vista> aerial; < tráfico> air (before n)
    * * *

    Ex: Due to their lighter weight optical-fibre cables can be suspended to form aerial cables in the rugged countryside of Wales where the laying of ducts would be prohibitively expensive.

    * accidente aéreo = air disaster, plane crash, air crash.
    * ataque aéreo = blitz.
    * cabeza de puente aéreo = airhead.
    * combate aéreo = dogfight [dog fight].
    * compañía aérea = airline carrier.
    * compañía aérea barata = low-cost airline.
    * corredor aéreo = air corridor.
    * enviar por correo aéreo = air-mail.
    * espacio aéreo = airspace.
    * flete aéreo = air cargo.
    * fotografía aérea = aerial photograph, aerial photography.
    * fuerzas aéreas británicas = RAF [Royal Air Force].
    * ruta aérea = airway.
    * transporte aéreo = air cargo.
    * zona de exclusión aérea = no-fly zone.

    * * *
    ‹fotografía/vista› aerial; ‹tráfico› air ( before n)
    * * *

    aéreo
    ◊ - rea adjetivo ‹ vista aerial;


    tráfico air ( before n)
    aéreo,-a adjetivo
    1 aerial
    2 Av air
    tráfico aéreo, air traffic
    Com por vía aérea, by air
    ' aéreo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aérea
    - ataque
    - controlador
    - controladora
    - correo
    - espacio
    - pirata
    - puente
    - tráfico
    - accidente
    - invadir
    - transporte
    English:
    aerial
    - air raid
    - air traffic control
    - air traffic controller
    - airlift
    - airmail
    - blitz
    - flyover
    - overhead
    - shuttle
    - traffic
    - traffic controller
    - air
    - hijacker
    - raid
    * * *
    aéreo, -a adj
    1. [del aire] aerial
    2. [de la aviación] air;
    base aérea air base;
    controlador aéreo air traffic controller;
    línea aérea airline
    * * *
    adj
    1 air atr ;
    navegación aérea flying, flight
    2 vista, fotografía aerial atr
    * * *
    aéreo, - rea adj
    1) : aerial, air
    2)
    correo aéreo : airmail
    * * *
    aéreo adj
    2. (fotografía, vista) aerial

    Spanish-English dictionary > aéreo

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  • Fibre — zur Verwendung als Besatzmaterial für Bürsten Fibre (engl.=Faser) ist eine gelbe Naturfaser. Sie wird aus den Blattrippen hauptsächlich zweier Agavenarten gewonnen, die auf dem mexikanischen Hochplateau wachsen. Ursprünglich wurden die Blätter… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • fibre — UK US /ˈfaɪbər/ noun UK (US fiber) ► [C or U] a thread like part made from plants or artificial material which can be made into products: »Natural fibres such as cotton tend to be cooler. »artificial/man made/synthetic fibre(s) »They use… …   Financial and business terms

  • fibre — (US fiber) ► NOUN 1) a thread or filament from which a plant or animal tissue, mineral substance, or textile is formed. 2) a substance formed of fibres. 3) dietary material containing substances such as cellulose, that are resistant to the action …   English terms dictionary

  • fibre — n. Same as {fiber}. [Mostly British usage] [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fibre —   [dt. (Glas )Faser], britische Schreibweise für Fiber …   Universal-Lexikon

  • fibré — fibré, ée (fi bré, brée) adj. Synonyme de fibreux …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • fibre — British English spelling of FIBER (Cf. fiber) (q.v.); for spelling, see RE (Cf. re) …   Etymology dictionary

  • fibre — is the spelling in BrE and fiber in AmE …   Modern English usage

  • fibre — FIBRE. s. f. On appelle ainsi Certains filaments deliez qui se trouvent dans toutes les parties charnuës ou membraneuses du corps de l animal, L alongement des fibres. le relaschement des fibres. l accourcissement des fibres. les fibres des… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • fibre — [fī′bər] n. Brit. sp. of FIBER …   English World dictionary


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