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Detailed Translations for lining from English to French

lining:

lining [the ~] noun

  1. the lining
    la doublure; la coiffe; la doublure en étoffe; la doublure d'étoffe

Translation Matrix for lining:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
coiffe lining
doublure lining
doublure d'étoffe lining
doublure en étoffe lining
- facing; liner

Related Words for "lining":


Synonyms for "lining":


Related Definitions for "lining":

  1. the act of attaching an inside lining (to a garment or curtain etc.)1
  2. providing something with a surface of a different material1
  3. a piece of cloth that is used as the inside surface of a garment1
  4. a protective covering that protects an inside surface1

Wiktionary Translations for lining:

lining
noun
  1. covering for the inside of something
lining
noun
  1. (term, Armement-Matériaux énergétiques) Opération qui consiste à revêtir avec un produit incombustible une partie de la surface d'un chargement de propergol solide afin de l'empêcher de s'allumer.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
lining doublure voering — de binnenbekleding van een voorwerp

lining form of line:

line [the ~] noun

  1. the line
    la ligne
  2. the line
    le tiret; le trait; le sillon
  3. the line (stripe)
    la ligne; le trait; la bande; la barre; la file; la corde; la règle; le câble
  4. the line (queue; row; file)
    la queue; l'embouteillage
  5. the line (cordon)
  6. the line (cordon)
    le cordon
  7. the line (rank; row; file)
    la ligne; le rang; la file; la règle; la barre; la corde; le rangs; la bande; le câble
  8. the line (contact; connection; junctions; )
    la connexion; le contact; la ligne téléphonique; la liaison; la communication; la relation; la jonction; l'interface; le le rapport
  9. the line (cord)
    la corde; la tresse; le fil; le câble
  10. the line
    – In communications, a connection, usually a physical wire or other cable, between sending and receiving (or calling and called) devices, including telephones, computers, and terminals. 2
    la ligne
  11. the line
    – In word processing, a string of characters displayed or printed in a single horizontal row. 2
  12. the line
    – A vector path defined by two points and a straight or curved segment between them. 2
    la ligne

to line verb (lines, lined, lining)

  1. to line
  2. to line (stripe; lineate)
    rayer
    • rayer verb (raye, rayes, rayons, rayez, )
  3. to line (lineate; stripe)
    tracer des lignes; rayer
    • rayer verb (raye, rayes, rayons, rayez, )

Conjugations for line:

present
  1. line
  2. line
  3. lines
  4. line
  5. line
  6. line
simple past
  1. lined
  2. lined
  3. lined
  4. lined
  5. lined
  6. lined
present perfect
  1. have lined
  2. have lined
  3. has lined
  4. have lined
  5. have lined
  6. have lined
past continuous
  1. was lining
  2. were lining
  3. was lining
  4. were lining
  5. were lining
  6. were lining
future
  1. shall line
  2. will line
  3. will line
  4. shall line
  5. will line
  6. will line
continuous present
  1. am lining
  2. are lining
  3. is lining
  4. are lining
  5. are lining
  6. are lining
subjunctive
  1. be lined
  2. be lined
  3. be lined
  4. be lined
  5. be lined
  6. be lined
diverse
  1. line!
  2. let's line!
  3. lined
  4. lining
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for line:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bande file; line; rank; row; stripe accumulation; assembling; band; bandage; bobbins; bunch; clan; clique; clutter; collection; coterie; couple; crowd; flounce; frill; gang; gathering; heel; horde; label; ligature; list; pair; party; private chat; set; small circle; spools; strip; swathe; the two
barre file; line; rank; row; stripe balcony; bar; bar of chocolate; baton; cane; club; court; court of justice; court of law; law court; rod; scratch; stand; stave; stick; tablet; tribunal; truncheon; witness box; witness stand
communication connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection announcement; call; communication; convocation; declaration; disclosure; examination; information; inspection; making known; message; notice; notification; piece of news; proclamation; publication; report; statement; summons; taking cognizance
connexion connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection circuit; combination; communication; connection; gear change; junction; liaison; linking; linking together; relationship; union
contact connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection business contact; communication; contact; contact item; contact person; contactman; impact; touch
corde cord; file; line; rank; row; stripe cable; chain; chord; cotton; flex; guy-rope; hawser; rope; string; thread; wire; yarn
cordon cordon; line belt; bit of rope; bit of string; cotton; flex; foot-strap; hair ribbon; headband; piece of rope; piece of string; ribbon; sash; string; thread; yarn
cordon de police cordon; line
câble cord; file; line; rank; row; stripe board; board of directors; board of managers; cable; chain; committee; direction; flex; hawser; lead; management; ripcord; rope; supervision; wire
embouteillage file; line; queue; row blockage; bottleneck; bottling; bottling room; buildup of traffic; congestion; constipation; jam; narrowing of the road; road narrowing; stagnancy; stagnation; standstill; stoppage; tailback; traffic block; traffic bottleneck; traffic jam
fil cord; line angling line; board; board of directors; board of managers; cable; committee; cotton; direction; fishing-line; flex; lead; management; ripcord; string; supervision; thread; wire; yarn
file file; line; rank; row; stripe
interface connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection interface
jonction connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection association; bifurcation; combination; connection; crossing; crossroads; crossways; intersection; join; joining; joining together; joining up; junction; liaison; linking; linking together; railway junction; road junction; splitting; union
le rapport connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection
liaison connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection OLE/DDE link; affair; agreement; alliance; amorous adventure; appointment; association; band; binding; bond; combination; connection; contact; courtship; data binding; date; junction; league; liaison; link; linking; linking together; love affair; pact; relationship; relative context; romance; romanticism; thickness; union; wooing
ligne file; line; rank; row; stripe angling line; facial line; fishing-line; fore-part; front; furrow; record; row; wrinkle
ligne téléphonique connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection telephone line; telephone wire
queue file; line; queue; row arse; ass; backside; behind; bottom; bum; buttocks; cue; fanny; rear; rump; tailpiece
rang file; line; rank; row class; degree; degree in science; file; grade; hierarchy; joint; level; order of rank; position; rank; row; social class; social group; social position; title
rangs file; line; rank; row file; joint; rank
relation connection; contact; junctions; line; linkage; linking; telephone connection acquaintance; affair; agreement; alliance; amorous adventure; association; band; binding; bond; combination; connection; contact; courtship; junction; knowledge; league; liaison; link; linking; love affair; pact; relation; relationship; relative context; romance; romanticism; thickness; union; wooing
règle file; line; rank; row; stripe charter; filter; folding ruler; gauge; measure; norm; rule; ruler; standard
sillon line cleft; ditch; facial line; fissure; furrow; gap; groove; gully; notch; slit; slot; split; trench; wrinkle
tiret line
trait line; stripe attribute; brush stroke; character; character description; character profile; character trait; characterisation; characteristic; characterization; crease; drag; draught; drink; facial line; feature; first move; furrow; gibe; hallmark; jeer; pen line; penstroke; property; puff; pull; quality; scratch; shark; streak; stroke; stroke of the pen; swig; taunt; trait; wrinkle
tresse cord; line braided hair; flex; hair braid; plat; ponytail
- agate line; air; argument; argumentation; assembly line; bank line; billet; business; business line; cable; channel; communication channel; contrast; course; crease; credit line; crinkle; demarcation; dividing line; furrow; job; line of business; line of credit; line of merchandise; line of products; line of reasoning; line of work; logical argument; melodic line; melodic phrase; melody; note; occupation; personal credit line; personal line of credit; phone line; pipeline; product line; production line; rail line; railway line; seam; short letter; strain; subscriber line; telephone circuit; telephone line; transmission line; tune; wrinkle
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
liaison link
rayer line; lineate; stripe blot out; cancel; delete; disqualify; expel; preclude; rule out; scratch; strike out
suivre un régime line
tracer des lignes line; lineate; stripe
- delineate; describe; draw; run along; trace
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bande tape
interface hardware interface; interface
liaison linking
ligne line
tiret dash

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Synonyms for "line":


Related Definitions for "line":

  1. the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money1
    • he's not in my line of business1
  2. acting in conformity1
    • in line with1
    • he got out of line1
    • toe the line1
  3. a conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power1
  4. something (as a cord or rope) that is long and thin and flexible1
    • a washing line1
  5. the road consisting of railroad track and roadbed1
  6. a commercial organization serving as a common carrier1
  7. a particular kind of product or merchandise1
    • a nice line of shoes1
  8. a pipe used to transport liquids or gases1
  9. mechanical system in a factory whereby an article is conveyed through sites at which successive operations are performed on it1
  10. a telephone connection1
  11. a conceptual separation or distinction1
    • there is a narrow line between sanity and insanity1
  12. a course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating a truth or falsehood; the methodical process of logical reasoning1
  13. (often plural) a means of communication or access1
    • lines of communication were set up between the two firms1
  14. a short personal letter1
    • drop me a line when you get there1
  15. a mark that is long relative to its width1
    • He drew a line on the chart1
  16. text consisting of a row of words written across a page or computer screen1
    • the letter consisted of three short lines1
    • there are six lines in every stanza1
  17. persuasive but insincere talk that is usually intended to deceive or impress1
    • `let me show you my etchings' is a rather worn line1
    • he has a smooth line but I didn't fall for it1
    • that salesman must have practiced his fast line of talk1
  18. a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence1
  19. a connected series of events or actions or developments1
    • historians can only point out those lines for which evidence is available1
  20. a formation of people or things one behind another1
    • the line stretched clear around the corner1
    • you must wait in a long line at the checkout counter1
  21. a formation of people or things one beside another1
    • the line of soldiers advanced with their bayonets fixed1
    • they were arrayed in line of battle1
    • the cast stood in line for the curtain call1
  22. a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent1
  23. in games or sports; a mark indicating positions or bounds of the playing area1
  24. a fortified position (especially one marking the most forward position of troops)1
    • they attacked the enemy's line1
  25. a single frequency (or very narrow band) of radiation in a spectrum1
  26. the maximum credit that a customer is allowed1
  27. space for one line of print (one column wide and 1/14 inch deep) used to measure advertising1
  28. a length (straight or curved) without breadth or thickness; the trace of a moving point1
  29. a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface1
    • his face has many lines1
  30. reinforce with fabric1
    • lined books are more enduring1
  31. fill plentifully1
    • line one's pockets1
  32. cover the interior of1
    • line the gloves1
    • line a chimney1
  33. mark with lines1
    • sorrow had lined his face1
  34. make a mark or lines on a surface1
    • draw a line1
    • trace the outline of a figure in the sand1
  35. be in line with; form a line along1
    • trees line the riverbank1
  36. In communications, a connection, usually a physical wire or other cable, between sending and receiving (or calling and called) devices, including telephones, computers, and terminals.2
  37. In word processing, a string of characters displayed or printed in a single horizontal row.2
  38. In programming, a statement (instruction) that occupies one line of the program. In this context, the common reference is to a "program line" or a "line of code".2
  39. Any wire or wires, such as power lines and telephone lines, used to transmit electrical power or signals.2
  40. In a SONET network, a segment that runs between two multiplexers.2
  41. A vector path defined by two points and a straight or curved segment between them.2

Wiktionary Translations for line:

line
verb
  1. of a dog: impregnate
noun
  1. -
  2. products or services sold by a business, or the business itself
  3. course of conduct, thought, occupation, or policy
  4. single horizontal row of text on a screen, printed paper, etc.
  5. threadlike crease marking the face or the hand; hence, characteristic mark
  6. telephone or network connection
  7. geometry: infinite one-dimensional figure
  8. path through two or more points, threadlike mark
line
verb
  1. Traductions à trier suivant le sens
  2. (cuisine) tapisser une plaque de cuisson ou les parois d’un moule, à l’aide d’un papier cuisson ou d’une couche de préparation (caramel, glace, gelée, meringue, biscuits, laitue, feuille de chou, crêpes, etc.) afin de démouler [[f
  3. Doubler de fourrure
  4. tracer une ligne, tracer des lignes parallèles sur une surface.
noun
  1. Cordage qui soutient la partie mobile du palan (7)
  2. tortis fait ordinairement de chanvre et quelquefois de coton, de laine, de soie, d’écorce d’arbres, de poil, de crin, de jonc et d’autres matières pliantes et flexibles.
  3. côté droit.
  4. suite ou rangée de choses ou de personnes disposer en long et l’une derrière l’autre.
  5. Traductions à trier suivant le sens
  6. à trier
  7. Tube

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
line ligne streep — een min of meer rechte getrokken lijn of lijnstuk
line droite lijn — een streep
line génération geslacht — afstammelingen van één persoon
line profession; métier Beruf — Bezeichnung für eine spezielle, erlernte Erwerbstätigkeit
line ligne LeitungElektrizität leitendes Material, meist in Form eins Drahts oder Kabels
line ligne LinieGeometrie: (gerade) Verbindung zwischen zwei Punkten
line ligne Liniekurz für: Verkehrslinie (Buslinie, U-Bahn-Linie)
line queue SchlangeAbfolge, Reihe von Individuen oder Gegenständen
line câble; ligne Schnurumgangssprachlich: Kabel
line corde; ficelle Schnur — robustes Textilgeflecht in länglicher Form
line → queue d'attente Warteschlange — eine geordnete Reihe wartender Menschen
line ligne Zeileallgemein: horizontale Aneinanderreihung gleichartiger Objekte, etwa die in Links-rechts-Richtung liegenden Einteilungen von Text oder Daten
line ligne Angelschnur — Bezeichnet eine Schnur oder eine Leine, die zumeist mit einem Gerät für den Fischfang verbunden ist und an dessen anderem Ende ein Haken für einen Köder befestigt ist.

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