s'accomplir

funkydors

Member
english
Hi,
The context is medical (talking about the build up of fat in the body) but I'm not sure about the sense of accomplir in this case:
Les autres fibres d'amarrage sont insérées au niveau du derme.
Cette collection [de fibres] s' accomplit aussi bien en surface qu'en profondeur [du corps].
I presume "collection" refers to the fibres in the previous sentence so can I say...
This collection of fibres is equally present on the surface and deeper in the body.
Thanks!
 
  • sylber

    Senior Member
    Bonjour, nothing wrong with 'is equally present', but you could probably translate 's'accomplir' by 'occurs' : it occurs on the surface as well as...
     
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