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

right [opposite of left]
droit {adj}
for [period of time in the past]
depuis {prep}
jealous [of]
jaloux {adj} [de]
good [of children]
sage {adj}
happy [of a person]
gai {adj}
[of / from the Île-de-France region]
francilien {adj}
academic [of school]
scolaire {adj}éduc.
academic [of university]
universitaire {adj}éduc.
across [opposite side of]
de l'autre côté de {prep}
adenoidal [of the voice, sound nasally]
nasillard {adj} [voix]
any [in whatever quantity, all of it]
tout {adj}
apoplectic [of a stroke]
apoplectique {adj}méd.
articular [of the joints]
articulaire {adj}anat.méd.
atmospheric [full of atmosphere]
évocateur {adj} [film, musique]
baying [of hunting dogs]
aux abois [de chiens de chasse]chasse
beastly [fig.] [of a person, horrid, nasty]
méchant {adj} [personne]
boisterous [of a pupil, student]
chahuteur {adj}
Breton [of / from Brittany]
breton {adj}
clausal [of a part of a sentence]
propositionnel {adj}ling.
clerical [of office work]
du bureau {adj}occup.
clerical [of the clergy]
clérical {adj} [du clergé]relig.
coarse [of a surface etc.]
rugueux {adj}
conniving [of attitude]
complice {adj} [sournois]
contrived [plot, ending of play etc]
tiré par les cheveux [fam.]
crusty [of a person: surly, rough]
bourru {adj}
curved [foot of furniture]
galbé {adj} {past-p} [pied de meuble]
dapper [dated] [of a stylish man]
élégant {adj} [homme]
dedicated [of a person: committed]
dévoué {adj}
digital [of the finger, numerical]
digital {adj} [relatif au doigt, numérique]
dire [Br.] [coll.] [awful, of poor quality]
nul {adj} [fam.]
dirigist [in favour of a planned economy]
domestic [of, in the home]
domestique {adj} [de la maison]
down [out of order]
en panne {adj}
dull [due to loss of varnish]
déverni {adj}
edgy [of comedy etc.: daring]
avant-gardiste {adj}arts
fallow [fig.] [of a period, inactive]
creux {adj} [période]
fictitious [of or in novels]
fictif {adj} [personnage, récit, exemple]
flowering [capable of producing flowers]
à fleurs {adj}bot.
foreign [of international trade]
extérieur {adj}
ginger [of hair]
rouquin {adj} [fam.] [roux]
given [in view of the fact]
étant donné
gloomy [state of mind, weather]
maussade {adj}
immune [of the immune system]
immunitaire {adj}anat.
iron [attr.] [made of, containing iron]
de fer {adj}
en fer {adj}
lay [not a member of a religious order]
convers {adj}
local [of the region, accent etc.]
du terroir {adj} [spécifique de la région]
meanwhile [by way of contrast]
au même moment {adv}
mongoloid [characteristic of the Mongols]
mongol {adj}ethn.
narrow [of a street etc.]
resserré {adj}
naturally [of course]
bien entendu {adv}
over [also: position of superiority]
sur {prep}
painstakingly [build up, gather with a great deal of effort]
à grande peine {adv}
past [by, in front of]
devant {prep}
plangent [esp. literary] [of a sound: sorrowful]
triste {adj} [plaintif]
prime [of a number] [initial, original]
premier {adj}
ropey [coll.] [of dubious quality]
pas fameux {adj}
ropy [coll.] [of dubious quality]
pas fameux {adj}
shabby [of low quality]
médiocre {adj}
sharply [of a look]
vivement {adv} [regard]
shocking [of a colour]
vif {adj}
soft [of a colour]
tendre {adj}
some [a specific amount of]
un certain {pron}
spinal [of the vertebral column]
rachidien {adj} [de la colonne vertébrale]anat.
squashed [shape of nose etc.]
camus {adj}
temporal [on the side of the head]
temporal {adj}anat.
thoughtful [of a an act or person: nice, attentive]
attentionné {adj}
tough [stubborn, of a stain etc.]
tenace {adj} [tel une tache, etc.]
up [coll.] [out of bed]
debout {adj} [éveillé]
upright [of person: honest]
honnête {adj}
via [by the agency of]
par l'intermédiaire de {prep}
withdrawn [of a person]
renfermé {adj}
to warn sb. [of danger, risk]
prévenir qn.
to service sth. [e.g. staircase serving floors of a building]
desservir qc.
to stagger [of a person]
to bard sth. [to cover with strips of bacon]
barder qc.cuis.
to capitalise sth. [Br.] [reckon the value of an asset]
capitaliser qc.fin.
to capitalize sth. [reckon the value of an asset]
capitaliser qc.fin.
to carry sth. [of a river, flood, truck]
charrier qc. [transporter]
to caution sb. [of a danger]
prévenir qn. [d'un danger]
to crow [coll.] [boast of victory]
pavoiser [fam.] [chanter victoire]
to ditch [of an aircraft: land on water]
procéder à un amerrissage forcéaviat.
to dump sb. [get rid of a girlfriend etc.]
laisser qn. en plan [plaquer une amie etc.]
to hug sth. [of tight clothing]
mouler qc. [coller à] [vêtements]
to involve sth. [be a question of]
s'agir de qc.
to keep [of food, to stay fresh]
se garder [aliments]cuis.
to kick [of a horse]
ruer [cheval]
to lie [of a liquid]
séjourner [pour un liquide]
to list sth. [make a list of]
faire la liste de qc.
to lose sb. sth. [cause the loss of]
coûter qn. qc.
to pitch sth. [note, level of sound]
donner qc. [son, note de musique]mus.phonet.
to rattle sth. [of the wind]
ébranler qc. [faire trembler]
to realise sth. [Br.] [be aware of]
se rendre compte de qc.
to realize sth. [be aware of]
se rendre compte de qc.
to shut [of a lid]
se rabattre [couvercle]
to shy [of a horse]
faire un écart
to snarl [of a dog]
grogner [chien]
to squeal [of a person]
piailler [fam.] [personne]
to stray [esp. of animals, also of vagabonds etc.]
to swarm [e.g. tourists, be full of]
pulluler [grouiller, abonder]
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