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20 days ago

Rosa (a guest user) asked this question:

Language pair:

French > English

Subject:

General

Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:

rester dans l’expérience

Context:

les éléments de l’analyse de risque restent dans l’expérience (composition, défauts/vices, …) ;

remain in the experience??

Keywords:

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18 days ago

plaisirsdelavie  See my profile wrote:

Are part of the experimental process.

My comment:

Il faudrait plus de contexte, mais c’est comme ça que je le ressens. Le texte est mal écrit, ce qui crée une ambiguïté.

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20 days ago

Charles Ferguson  See my profile wrote:

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20 days ago

martynback  See my profile wrote:

are still part of the experience?

My comment:

Need more context. It's either the above, or something like "remain part of the experiment", if that's what "l'expérience" means.

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20 days ago

Sanaa Moussa  See my profile wrote:

the elements of the risk analysis stays under examination

My comment:

context is not this clear, but as far as I understood
the text is talking about elements being still checked or examined.

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20 days ago

Barbara R. Cochran, MFA  See my profile wrote:

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20 days ago

Barbara R. Cochran, MFA  See profile wrote:

Actually, it should be "lie/reside". Sorry.

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