engrenage

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engrenage

(ˈɒnɡrəˌnɑːʒ; French ɑ̃ɡrənaʒ)
n
the act of putting into gear
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Tous ces indicateurs bloquants eclatent dans les engrenages d'une Nation qui, en revanche, donne l'impression d'evoluer dans l'engagement resolu et irreversible de la democratisation.
[20.] Afnor, "Calcul de la capacite de charge au grippage des engrenages cylindriques, coniques et hypo'ides," FD ISO/TR 13989-2, 2000.
Le jeu des engrenages ou le fait de se conformer a la consigne en l'amenageant avec un degre de liberte.
French show Engrenages (Spiral) was named in the Drama Series category.
The Tunisian star asked Tamer to let him off the hook for a couple days, so he could head over to Paris and film scenes for the TV show "Engrenages" as well.
Des engrenages antiques ont ete derobes, deux moteurs responsables de la fermeture et l'ouverture du pont ne sont plus la !
Drama Spiral 4: State of Terror BBC4, 9.55pm The original title of this hit French cop drama, Engrenages, translates as "Gears" or "Cogs", referring to the gears of justice - which we see grinding to a halt in the first of tonight's double bill, as new custody laws requiring the presence of a lawyer during interviews hamper Berthaud (Caroline Proust) and her team.
Spiral (or Engrenages to give it the original moniker) has helped turn dashing actor Gregory Fitoussi (right) into a cult star on this side of the Channel; yes, he is the same actor from ITV's Mr Selfridge.
Et cela regle, organise avec une rigueur mecanique, tout un peuple de femmes passant dans la force et la logique des engrenages. (Bonheur 43-44)