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Detailed Translations for truncate from English to French


to truncate verb (truncates, truncated, truncating)

  1. to truncate
    • tronquer verb (tronque, tronques, tronquons, tronquez, )
  2. to truncate (head; top; clip)
    étêter; étronçonner
    • étêter verb (étête, étêtes, étêtons, étêtez, )
    • étronçonner verb (étronçonne, étronçonnes, étronçonnons, étronçonnez, )

Conjugations for truncate:

  1. truncate
  2. truncate
  3. truncates
  4. truncate
  5. truncate
  6. truncate
simple past
  1. truncated
  2. truncated
  3. truncated
  4. truncated
  5. truncated
  6. truncated
present perfect
  1. have truncated
  2. have truncated
  3. has truncated
  4. have truncated
  5. have truncated
  6. have truncated
past continuous
  1. was truncating
  2. were truncating
  3. was truncating
  4. were truncating
  5. were truncating
  6. were truncating
  1. shall truncate
  2. will truncate
  3. will truncate
  4. shall truncate
  5. will truncate
  6. will truncate
continuous present
  1. am truncating
  2. are truncating
  3. is truncating
  4. are truncating
  5. are truncating
  6. are truncating
  1. be truncated
  2. be truncated
  3. be truncated
  4. be truncated
  5. be truncated
  6. be truncated
  1. truncate!
  2. let's truncate!
  3. truncated
  4. truncating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for truncate:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
tronquer truncate
étronçonner clip; head; top; truncate
étêter clip; head; top; truncate pinch off; top
- cut short
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- truncated

Related Words for "truncate":

  • truncating, truncation

Synonyms for "truncate":

Related Definitions for "truncate":

  1. terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off1
    • a truncate leaf1
  2. make shorter as if by cutting off1
    • truncate a word1
    • Erosion has truncated the ridges of the mountains1
  3. approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one1
    • truncate a series1
  4. replace a corner by a plane1
  5. To cut off the beginning or end of a series of characters or numbers; specifically, to eliminate one or more of the least significant (typically rightmost) digits. In truncation, numbers are simply eliminated, unlike rounding, in which the rightmost digit might be incremented to preserve accuracy.2

Wiktionary Translations for truncate:

  1. shorten something as if by cutting off part of it
  2. shorten a decimal number by removing trailing (or leading) digits; to chop
  1. truncated
  1. retrancher un membre ou quelque autre partie extérieure du corps.
  2. Traductions à vérifier et à trier
  3. retrancher, couper une partie de quelque chose.