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English-French Dictionary: [e.g.]
approximately [time e.g. 4 o'clock]
vers {adv} [temps p.e. 4 heures]
bronze [e.g. a statue]
en bronze {adj} [p.e. une statue]
formal [official, e.g. invitation, dinner]
officiel {adj} [réglementaire]
former [attr.] [e.g. former boyfriend]
ex- [ancien]
gouty [e.g. gouty toe]
goutteux {adj}méd.
hooked [e.g. nose]
busqué {adj} {past-p} [p. ex. nez ]
loose [e.g. earth]
meuble {adj}
movable [e.g. asset]
meuble {adj}
true [e.g. copy]
exact {adj} [réplique, copie]
to service sth. [e.g. staircase serving floors of a building]
desservir qc.
to unhook sth. [e.g., a wagon or take a phone off the hook]
décrocher qc.
to churn [also fig.] [e.g. stomach, machine, rage]
bouillonner [aussi fig.]
to classify sth. [e.g. in alphabetical / numerical order]
classer qc. [classifier]
to discontinue sth. [e.g. a method, the use]
mettre un terme à qc.
to earn sb. sth. [e.g. respect, punishment]
valoir qc.à qn. [p. ex. respect, punition]
to erupt [e.g.: in laughter]
fuser [un rire]
to examine sb. [ e.g. a suspect]
interroger qn. [examiner]
to peal [e.g. bells]
carillonner
to point sth. [e.g. finger]
diriger qc. [orienter, braquer]
to swarm [e.g. tourists, be full of]
pulluler [grouiller, abonder]
bunch [e.g. keys]
trousseau {m} [ensemble]
empties {pl} [e.g. bottles]
vidange {f} [belge]
fence [e.g. wood fence, wire fence]
palissade {f}
issuance [e.g. passport]
délivrance {f} [p. ex. d'un passport]
key [e.g. D major]
ton {m} [tonalité, mode musical]mus.
line [e.g. drawn on a piece of paper]
trait {m}
recall [e.g. ambassador, faulty car]
rappel {m}
remains [e.g. of a dead person, animal]
restes {m.pl}
ride [e.g. fairground trip, on a bike]
tour {m}
shrinkage [e.g., clothes after washing]
rétrécissement {m} [p.e. vêtements après le lavage]
spam [unsolicited e-mail]
spam {m}internet
pourriel {m}inform.internet
trade [skill, job, e.g. handicraft]
métier {m}
tube [e.g. tube of toothpaste, paint, glue]
tube {m}
in time [e.g. over the years]
avec le temps {adv}
man-made [e.g. lake]
artificiel {adj}
to belong to sth. [e.g. family, club]
faire partie de qc.
to brush sth. aside [e.g. difficulty, idea]
écarter qc.
to drop sb. (off) [e.g. at the station]
déposer qn. [par ex. à la gare]
to lock sth. to sth. [e.g. bike]
attacher qc. à qc. [p.ex. vélo]
to look after sb./sth. [e.g. children, pets]
garder qn./qc. [veiller sur]
to mess sth. up [e.g. house]
bousiller qc. [p. ex. maison]
to mix sth. with sth. [e.g. flour]
délayer qc. avec qc. [farine]
to spread sth. out [e.g. letters on a table]
répandre qc.
to take sth. up [e.g. upstairs]
monter qc.
to thin sth. with sth. [e.g. paint]
délayer qc. dans qc. [diluer, peinture]
to tighten (up) [e.g. rope]
se tendre [p.ex. corde]
to train sth. on sb./sth. [e.g. to aim a gun at sb.]
braquer qc. sur qn./qc. [viser]
administrative center [Am.] [e.g. county seat]
chef-lieu {m}adm.
administrative centre [Br.] [e.g. county town]
chef-lieu {m}adm.
carbon dioxide <CO2> [E-290]
dioxyde {m} de carbonechim.
conveyor belt [e.g. supermarket checkout]
tapis {m} de course [p.ex. caisse de supermarché]
e-reader [e-book reader]
liseuse {f} [lecteur électronique]inform.
upper flap [e.g. on a carton]
rabat supérieur {m}
All the shoes except sandals are reduced. [i.e. lower-priced]
Toutes les chaussures excepté les sandales sont en solde.
at the same level as [e.g.: garden]
de plain-pied avec [pièce vers le jardin, etc.]
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