Entendo que pipelining neste contexto é o que se describe en 

O problema é que "paralelismo" enténdoo como 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallelism_(computing) , que é algo diferente, 
que ás veces se traduce como "tubo" e outras se deixa como pipe.


On Thursday 19 June 2008 23:50:48 you wrote:
> uff... isto é o que me cuspe o qstardict cos diccionarios que lle teño
> (oxford idioms parece bastante acertado no contexto, pode ser?):
> The CMU Pronouncing Dictionary
> pipeline
> 'pai,plain
> Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
> pipeline
> 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
> pipeline
> noun
> 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
> pipe.line
> 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
> pipeline
> ['paıp'laın]
> English - German
> pipelining
> pipelining [paipiːlainiŋ]
> Befehlsverknüpfung, Parallelverarbeitung
> WordNet
> pipeline
> pipeline
> 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
> pipeline
> noun
> 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
> pipeline
> 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 adecuada esta tradución?
> >
> > Xosé
> >
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