Traductions & exemples
1. Anglais britannique
un train à couchettes [ex.]
Exemples d'usage pour « a sleeper » en français
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EnglishGRSG proceeded with a general discussion on the issues related to sleeper coaches.
EnglishAt its April 2006 session, GRSG had an exchange of views on sleeper coaches.
EnglishThis offence was designed to address the issue of sleeper agents.
EnglishThis bill may be the sleeper hold on Canadians which will catch us unaware.
EnglishSafety on board of sleeper coaches (Agenda item 19(d)) 49 14
EnglishSafety on board of sleeper coaches (Agenda item 17(d)) 39 13
EnglishSafety on board of sleeper coaches (Agenda item 18(d)) 47 14
EnglishDoyle: Honourable senators, Bill C-42 is what might be called a sleeper.
EnglishSafety on board of sleeper coaches (Agenda item 18(d))
EnglishSafety on board of sleeper coaches (Agenda item 19(d))
EnglishSafety on board of sleeper coaches (Agenda item 17(d))
EnglishAl Qaida sleeper networks still remain in 52 countries.
EnglishType of cab: (normal/sleeper/top-sleeper) 3/:
EnglishIn the context of suicide bombings, the issue of a “sleeper” has gained considerable attention.
EnglishSleeper coaches (Agenda item 3 (b)) 9 5
EnglishSleeper coaches (Agenda item 3 (b))
EnglishThere are active or sleeper Al Qaeda cells in those countries — a fact known to the United States Administration.
English(d) Safety on board of sleeper coaches
English(a) "Car-sleeper trains" model - the direction to follow to reach a point where cars are loaded on to car-sleeper trains;
EnglishI'm a real light sleeper, Childs.
Traductions similaires pour « a sleeper » en français
a little bit adverbe
a dab of
a few adjectif
a flight of
a great deal of substantif
a long time adverbe
a mean trick
a good deal of substantif
a lot of adjectif
a pale imitation
a ton of
a touch of adverbe
- a six-stringed instrument
- a six-week contract
- a six-week stay
- a six-week-old baby
- a six-woman team
- a sizzling sound
- a slack day
- a slang word
- a slashed sleeve
- a sleazy joint
- a sleeper
- a slew of
- a slide pack
- a slight jolt
- a slight mishap
- a slight slope
- a slightest bit
- a slip of the tongue
- a slippery customer
- a sluggish engine
- a smack in the eye