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NOUN   a hole card | hole cards
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brèche {f} [dans un mur]hole
trou {m}hole
perforateur {m}(hole) punch
tech. trou {m} borgneblind hole
tech. forage {m}drill hole
trou {m}eye (hole)
trou {m} paumé [fam.] [péj.] [lieu]godforsaken hole
tech. trou {m} de graissagelubrication hole
film littérat. théâtre trou {m} d'intrigue [erreur d'intrigue]plot hole
perforation {f} [trou]punched hole
terrier {m} [de lapin]rabbit hole
armes mil. trou {m} d'obusshell hole
constr. tech. carottage {m}tap hole
constr. tech. carottage {m}tapping hole
gueule {f} [vulg.] [bouche]hole [vulg.] [mouth]
constr. hydro. puits {m} perdusink hole [Am.]
faire un trou à la perçeuseto drill a hole
fin. gouffre {m} financierfinancial black hole
astron. phys. trou {m} noir [aussi fig.]black hole [also fig.]
entom. orn. trou {m} d'envolemergence hole [beetles, insects]
arch. armes hist. archère {f}loop-hole [for archer]
trou {m} paumé [fam.] [péj.] [lieu]shit-hole [coll.] [vulg.]
loc. être dans le pétrinto be in a hole
tomber dans un trouto fall into a hole
film littérat. théâtre trou {m} d'intrigue [erreur d'intrigue]hole in the plot
percer qc. [mur, bois]to bore a hole through sth.
creuser qc. [terre]to dig a hole in sth.
dent. creuser qc. [dent, bois]to drill a hole in sth.
faire un trou dans qc.to make a hole in sth.
percer qc. [seau, poche]to make a hole in sth.
trouer qc. [perforer]to make a hole in sth.
percer qc. [coquille, couvercle]to pierce a hole in sth.
reboucher un trouto fill up a hole again
se réfugier dans son trou [lapin, renard]to take refuge in its hole
météo. déchirure {f} de la couche d'ozonehole in the ozone layer
météo. phys. trou {m} d'ozonehole in the ozone layer
météo. phys. trou {m} dans la couche d'ozonehole in the ozone layer
sortir du pétrin [fam.]to get out of a hole [coll.]
tirer qn. du pétrin [fam.]to get sb. out of a hole [coll.]
vêt. avoir un trou à sa chaussetteto have a hole in one's sock
écon. fin. pratiquer une saignée dans son budgetto make a hole in one's budget
carte {f}card
fin. écorner qc. [capital, somme]to make a hole in sth. [e.g. sum of money]
carton {m}card [cardboard]
carte {f} de visitebusiness card
fichier {m}card file
fichier {m}card index
carte {f} magnétiquecard key
clé {f} magnetiquecard key
jeux meub. table {f} de jeucard table
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