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Record 1 2006-08-14

English

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OBS

Mutual action or influence ...

OBS

Some diseases ... are chiefly genetic, but most result from a complicated interplay of genetic and environmental factors.

OBS

Upwelling mostly occurs at certain coastal locations determined by the interplay of major winds and ocean currents.

OBS

The interplay of market forces.

French

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  • Traduction (Généralités)
OBS

La remontée des eaux a surtout lieu en certains points du littoral sous l'influence réciproque des principaux vents et courants.

OBS

Le jeu réciproque des forces du marché.

Spanish

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Record 2 1986-01-18

English

Subject field(s)
  • Translation (General)

French

Domaine(s)
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CONT

Le parti radical doit être autre chose qu'un cercle parisien où s'entrecroisent intrigues et intérêts. (Jacques Fauvet, Sélection hebdomadaire 11-5-55)

Spanish

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