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(oxford idioms parece bastante acertado no contexto, pode ser?):

The CMU Pronouncing Dictionary

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n [C]
1 a line of connecting pipes, often under the ground, used for sending
gas, oil etc over long distances:
2 be in the pipeline: if a plan, idea, or event is in the pipeline, it
is being prepared and it will happen or be completed soon// --More job
losses are in the pipeline.//

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
a series of pipes that are usually underground and are used for
carrying oil, gas, etc. over long distances:
a gas / an oil pipeline
in the pipeline something that is in the pipeline is being discussed,
planned or prepared and will happen or exist soon:
Important new laws are already in the pipeline.

Collins Cobuild English Dictionary
pipeline pipelines
A pipeline is a large pipe which is used for carrying oil or gas over
a long distance, often underground.
A consortium plans to build a natural-gas pipeline from Russia to
supply eastern Germany.
If something is in the pipeline, it has already been planned or begun.
Already in the pipeline is a
9 per cent pay increase for teachers.
PHRASE: v-link PHR, PHR after v

CMU American English spelling

English - German
pipelining [paipiːlainiŋ]
Befehlsverknüpfung, Parallelverarbeitung

n 1: gossip spread by spoken communication; "the news of their
affair was spread by word of mouth" [syn: {grapevine}, {word
of mouth}]
2: a pipe used to transport liquids or gases; "a pipeline runs
from the wells to the seaport" [syn: {line}]

Merrian Webster 10th dictionary
1 : a line of pipe with pumps, valves, and control devices for
conveying liquids, gases, or finely divided solids
2 : a direct channel for information
3 : the processes through which supplies pass from or as if from source to user

Moby Thesaurus II
67 Moby Thesaurus words for "pipeline":
adjutage, bush telegraph, catheter, channel, coming, conduit,
confidential information, connection, contact, conveyor, cooking,
drainpipe, duct, efflux tube, fire hose, flue pipe, flume, funnel,
garden hose, gas pipe, grapevine, grapevine telegraph, hose,
hosepipe, imminent, in the offing, in the works, inside dope,
inside information, insider, line, main, nipple, on the way,
organ pipe, origin, passage, pipe, pipette, piping,
put through channels, ready, reed, reed pipe, siamese,
siamese connection, siphon, snorkel, soil pipe, source, standpipe,
steam pipe, stem, straw, supplier, tap, the lowdown, tube, tubing,
tubulation, tubule, tubulet, tubulure, under way, waste pipe,
water pipe, wellspring

2008/6/19, Xosé <xoseca...@gmail.com>:
> Na tradución existente de KMail "pipelining" traduce-se por "paralelismo". É
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