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Translation of "obliquité " (French → English) :

TERMINOLOGY
see also In-Context Translations below
obliquité [ effet d'obliquité | inclinaison | lacet | obliquité transversale ]

skew [ tape skew ]




obliquité mongoloïde des fentes palpébrales | obliquité palpébrale mongoloïde

mongoloid obliquity of the palpebral clefts | mongoloid slanting palpebral fissure




obliquité du bassin [ obliquité pelvienne | bassin oblique ]

pelvic obliquity [ pelvic tilt ]


obliquité du bassin | obliquité pelvienne | bassin oblique

pelvic obliquity




correction pour obliquité d'attaque [ correction d'obliquité ]

angularity correction [ skew correction ]


repère VOR/DME sans correction d'obliquité

slant range very high frequency omnirange distance measuring equipment fix | slant range VHF omnirange distance measuring equipment fix | slant range VOR/DME fix
IN-CONTEXT TRANSLATIONS
Vous venez de mentionner celui que j'avais négligé, qui est l'inclinaison, ou l'obliquité.

You brought up the one that I overlooked, which is the inclination, or obliquity.