English-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ FAILLE
◊faille /'feil/
▫ danh từ
▪ lụa phay (một thứ lụa to mặt)
English Dictionary
◊ FAILLE
faille
n : a ribbed woven fabric of silk or rayon or cotton
 failed  failing  faille  failure  fain 
English-Vietnamese Computing Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN FAILURE?
◊failure
▫failure
thất bại
English-Vietnamese Mining Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN FAILURE?
◊failure
tật, khuyết tật, sự thiếu hụt, sự hư hỏng
English Computing Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN BRAILLE?
braille
/breyl/ (Often capitalised) A class of
{writing systems}, intended for use by blind and low-vision
users, which express {glyphs} as raised dots. Currently
employed braille standards use eight dots per cell, where a
cell is a glyph-space two dots across by four dots high; most
glyphs use only the top six dots.
Braille was developed by Louis Braille (pronounced /looy
bray/) in France in the 1820s. Braille systems for most
languages can be fairly trivially converted to and from the
usual script.
Braille has several totally coincidental parallels with
digital computing: it is {binary}, it is based on groups of
eight bits/dots and its development began in the 1820s, at the
same time {Charles Babbage} proposed the {Difference Engine}.
Computers output Braille on {braille displays} and {braille
printers} for hard copy.
{British Royal National Institute for the Blind
(http://www.rnib.org.uk/wesupply/fctsheet/braille.htm)}.
(1998-10-19)
French-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ FAILLE
◊faille
▫ danh từ giống cái
▪ (địa lý; địa chất) phay
▪ chỗ rạn nứt; điểm yếu
◦ Raisonnement qui présente des failles lý luận có những điểm yếu
▪ lụa phay
German-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN EMAILLE?
◊die Emaille
▪ {enamel} men, lớp men, bức vẽ trên men, lớp men ngoài, màu bề ngoài