Übersetzung von “tack” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

tack

verb transitivetack /tæk/
to attach sth onto sth with a tack
punaiser

a notice tacked onto the bulletin board
un avis punaisé sur le tableau d'affichage

tack on

verb phrasaltack on [ ˈtæk ˈɒn, ˈɔn ]
to add an extra part
ajouter après coup

a final scene tacked on to the end of the movie
une scène finale ajoutée après coup à la fin du film

tack

noun countabletack /tæk/
a short nail or a strong pin with a flat top
punaise feminine

advertisements attached to the wall with tacks
des annonces accrochées au mur avec des punaises
=method; a way of doing sth
tactique feminine

The second time, we took a different tack.
La seconde fois, nous avons adopté une tactique diffèrente.

(Übersetzung von “tack” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

tack

noun /tӕk/

a short nail with a broad flat head

punaise
a carpet tack.

in sewing, a large, temporary stitch used to hold material together while it is being sewn together properly.

faufil

in sailing, a movement diagonally against the wind

bord(ée)
We sailed on an easterly tack.

a direction or course

voie, direction
After they moved, their lives took a different tack.

tack

verb

(of sailing-boats) to move diagonally (backwards and forwards) against the wind

tirer une/des bordée(s)
The boat tacked into harbour.

(Übersetzung von “tack” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)