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NOUN   caoutchouc | -
SYNO caoutchouc | gum elastic | India rubber | ...
каучук {м}
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Translation for 'caoutchouc' from English to Russian

каучук {м}материал
Usage Examples English
  • His publications include the "Flore forestière de la Cochinchine" (1880-1907), an article "Sur les plantes à caoutchouc de l'Indochine" ("Revue des cultures coloniales", 1903) and the section on Sapotaceae in the "Notes botaniques" (1890-1891).
  • The exposition also introduced the use of caoutchouc for rubber production and the Bessemer process for steel manufacture.
  • In Singapore she picked up a further 120 tons of tin in ingots, 59.8 tons of caoutchouc (raw rubber) in bales and 3.3 tons of quinine, and headed through the Indian Ocean, to the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Aigle is a French footwear and textile company founded in 1853 as the Compagnie du Caoutchouc Souple (Flexible Rubber Company) in Montargis (France) by the American businessman Hiram Hutchinson.
  • In 1924 he founded the journal "Revue général du Caoutchouc".
  • "The caoutchouc is exceedingly elastic," he wrote in the Quarterly Journal of Science the same year.
  • Continental was founded in 1871 as a rubber manufacturer, "Continental-Caoutchouc und Gutta-Percha Compagnie".
  • Through his family's holdings in import and export companies and his commercial activities, he became acquainted and later friendly with the businessman and Comintern official Léon Grossvogel who was the commercial director of the company "Le Roi du Caoutchouc" or "The Raincoat King".
  • Jeanne Grossvogel ran the Ostend branch of "Le Roi du Caoutchouc".
  • It was to include enterprises producing caoutchouc, rubber, tires, and asbestos.
  • He was cofounder of the Institut français du caoutchouc (French Institute of Rubber).
  • He built his first pennyfarthing bicycle while still an apprentice engineer, and was soon taking part in races with well-known cyclists such as Willy Tischbein, who later became Director General of the Continental-Caoutchouc and Guttapercha Company.
  • The existence of a caoutchouc tree was necessary to produce the ball.
  • Its name honors Nicolás Suárez Callaú (1861-1940) who owned major parts of today's "Pando" and "Beni" Departments in the times of the caoutchouc-boom.
  • In 1857 Hancock published the story of his life's work as "The Origin and Progress of the Caoutchouc or India-Rubber Industry in England".
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