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French-English translation for: [at]
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English-French Dictionary: [at]

bent [at an angle]
coudé {adj}
meanwhile [at that moment]
sur ces entrefaites {adv}
retentive [good at remembering, retaining]
qui retient bien {adj}
then [at that time]
à l'époque {adv}
when [at which time]
à quelle heure {adv}
whenever [at whatever time]
quand que ce soit {adv}
to curse sb./sth. [rant, rail at]
pester contre qn./qc.
to paddle [at the seaside etc.]
patauger [au bord de la mer, etc.]
to summon sb. [notify to appear at a specified place]
convoquer qn. [employé]
to torment sb. [gnaw at]
tarauder qn. [fig.]
present [at this moment in time]
présent {m}
sales [at reduced price]
soldes {}
amusement [at a funfair]
attraction {f}
audience [at concert, lecture]
auditoire {m} [public]
band [esp. at a dance]
orchèstre {m}mus.
break [at school]
récré {f} [fam.]
chair [position at university]
chaire {f} [poste de professeur]éduc.occup.
chore [at home]
tâche {f} ménagère
customs [at border]
douane {f}adm.
speaker [at a conference etc.]
conférencier {m}
orateur {m} [personne qui prononce un discours]
student [at secondary school]
élève {m}éduc.
student [girl at secondary school]
élève {f}éduc.
within reach [at hand]
à portée de (la) main {adv}
to drop sb. (off) [e.g. at the station]
déposer qn. [par ex. à la gare]
to sit sb. beside sb. [at the table]
placer qn. à côté de qn. [table]
to train sth. on sb./sth. [e.g. to aim a gun at sb.]
braquer qc. sur qn./qc. [viser]
information desk [at airport etc.]
bureau {m} de renseignements
war hammer [for use by foot-soldiers against mounted men-at-arms]
marteau {m} d'
marteau {m} de
Treaty of Troyes [in 1420, after victory at Agincourt, Henry V of England signed the Treaty with the wife of the demential Charles VI of France, confirming Henry as King of England AND France]
traité {f} de Troyes [1420]hist.pol.
Siege of St. James [in 1426, as part of the 100 Years' War, England defeated France at Avranches. ]
bataille {f} de Saint-James de Beuvron [1426]
to be at a loose end [fig.] [coll.] [also: at loose ends] [not knowing what to do next]
ne pas trop savoir quoi faire
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