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

for [period of time in the past]
depuis {prep}
[from the Roche-sur-Yon region, in Vendée]
yonnais {adj}
[of / from the Île-de-France region]
francilien {adj}
adenoidal [of the voice, sound nasally]
nasillard {adj} [voix]
alike [in the same way]
de la même façon {adv} [ou manière]
articular [of the joints]
articulaire {adj}anat.méd.
aural [relating to the ear]
auriculaire {adj}anat.
baked [cooked in the oven]
au four {adj}cuis.
basically [the fact is that]
en fait {adv}
boned [having the bones removed]
désossé {adj} {past-p}cuis.
clerical [of the clergy]
clérical {adj} [du clergé]relig.
digital [of the finger, numerical]
digital {adj} [relatif au doigt, numérique]
domestic [of, in the home]
domestique {adj} [de la maison]
given [in view of the fact]
étant donné
immune [of the immune system]
immunitaire {adj}anat.
left [toward the left]
à gauche {adv}
local [just around the corner; shop, restaurant]
du coin {adj}
local [of the region, accent etc.]
du terroir {adj} [spécifique de la région]
mongoloid [characteristic of the Mongols]
mongol {adj}ethn.
shortly [in the near future]
prochainement {adv}
spinal [of the vertebral column]
rachidien {adj} [de la colonne vertébrale]anat.
still [all the same]
quand même {adv}
subconsciously [in the subconscious mind]
subconsciemment {adv}psych.
subconsciously [without being aware, in the subconscious mind]
inconsciemment {adv}
temporal [on the side of the head]
temporal {adj}anat.
via [by the agency of]
par l'intermédiaire de {prep}
while [during the time that]
alors que {conj}
to taste sth. [try the taste]
goûter qc. [essayer]
to check sth. [halt the progress] [epidemic, development]
enrayer qc. [épidémie, développement]
to pin sth. [to the wall etc.]
épingler qc. [au mur, etc.]
to unhook sth. [e.g., a wagon or take a phone off the hook]
décrocher qc.
[to address someone with the French familiar pronoun "tu"]
tutoyer qn.
to call (sb.) [Am.] [on the telephone]
téléphoner (à qn.)
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 cube sth. [raise to the third power]
élever qc. au cubemath.
to desert [from the military, one's duties etc.]
déserter
to discontinue sth. [e.g. a method, the use]
mettre un terme à qc.
to excoriate sb./sth. [rub the skin from]
écorcher qn./qc.
to lose sb. sth. [cause the loss of]
coûter qn. qc.
to mount sth. [a hill, a horse, a bicycle, the throne, etc.]
enfourcher qc. [cheval, bicyclette, etc]
to paddle [at the seaside etc.]
patauger [au bord de la mer, etc.]
to rattle sth. [of the wind]
ébranler qc. [faire trembler]
to reprieve sb. [Br.] [commute the sentence to a lesser punishment]
gracier qn.
to rock [on the sea, chair]
osciller
to run sth. [tap, faucet, water in the tub]
faire couler qc.
to snort [laugh through the nose]
grogner
to spank sb. [across the backside]
donner une fessée à qn.
to unseat sb. [throw the rider]
désarçonner qn. [cavalier]équi.
river [flowing into the sea]
fleuve {m}géogr.
star [in the sky]
astre {m}astron.ésot.
demonstration [on the streets]
manifestation {f}
[graduate of the École Nationale d'Administration]
énarque {m} {f}
[Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment]
Ministère {m} de l'Economie, de l'Industrie et de l'Emploi
aiguillette [functional or purely decorative fastener of silk cord with metal tips especially in the late Middle Ages]
aiguillette {f} [vêtement]hist.mil.vêt.
Anons {pl} [short for members of the Anonymous hacktivist group]
Anons {m.pl}internet
Austrasia [Eastern Kingdom of the Rhineland Franks]
Austrasie {f}hist.
bend [in the road]
tournant {m} [virage]
bile [secreted by the liver, irascibility]
bile {f} [sécrétée par le foie, irascibilité]
century [unit of the Roman army]
centurie {f}hist.mil.
chausses [armour for the legs, usually made from mail]
chausses {f.pl}hist.mil.vêt.
Congo <.cg> [also: Republic of the Congo]
Congo {m} [aussi: République du Congo]géogr.
creel [fish trap in the form of a conical basket]
nasse {f} [panier conique]
crumb [the inside of bread]
mie {f} [intérieur du pain]cuis.
culverin [light cannon with long bore introduced in the 15C]
couleuvrine {f}armeshist.mil.
curve [bend in the road]
virage {m}
date [of letter, day of the week]
date {f}
detachment [of the mind]
recul {m} [détachement]
differentiation [ability to tell the difference]
discrimination {f} [distinction]
Djoser [pharaoh of the 3rd dynasty]
Djéser {m} [aussi: Djoser]hist.
drummer [playing the drum or tambourine]
tambour {m} [musicien]mus.
expression [on the face]
mine {f} [sur le visage]
Francia [Kingdom of the Franks]
Francie {f}hist.
Germany [as viewed from France: over the Rhine]
Outre-Rhin {m} [Allemagne]géogr.
halberd [2-handed pole weapon with double axe, introduced in the 14C]
hallebarde {f}armeshist.mil.
halbert [2-handed pole weapon with double axe, introduced in the 14C]
hallebarde {f}armeshist.mil.
ham [hollow of the knee]
jarret {m}anat.
induction [into the army]
incorporation {f} [dans l'armée]mil.
Kennemerland [coastal region in the northwestern Netherlands, its name comes from the Kennemer people, who were Frisians that fought with the Counts of Holland and lost in the Middle Ages]
Kennemerland {m}géogr.hist.
lap [fold of the body from waist to knees when sitting]
giron {m}
lozenge [medication for the throat]
pastille {f} [médicament pour la gorge]pharm.
martyrium [church or shrine built over the tomb of a Christian martyr]
calvaire {m}arch.relig.
Moerae [the Fates]
Moires {f.pl}myth.
Moirai [the Fates]
Moires {f.pl}myth.
patch [facial hair just under the lips]
mouche {f} [esthétique]
punch [blow made with the fist]
coup {m} de poing
rail [in the track]
rail {m}trains
relic [of the past]
vestige {m}
relic [religious momento, of the past]
relique {f}relig.
Sahure [also: Sahura] [pharaoh of the 5th dynasty]
Sahourê {m} [pharaon de la Ve dynastie]hist.
slap [in the face]
gifle {f}
Sneferu [also: Snefru, Snofru] [pharaoh of the 4th dynasty]
Snéfrou {m} [pharaon de la IVe dynastie]hist.
spot [on the face]
bouton {m} [sur le visage]méd.
streaks [in the hair]
mèches {f.pl} [coiffure]
Tamerlane [founder of the Turko-Mongol Timurid Empire] [also known as Amur Timur]
Tamerlan {m}hist.
tear [from the eye]
pleur {m} [littéraire] [larme]
the departed [euph.: the dead]
les disparus {m.pl} [euph. : les morts]
throat [front of the neck]
cou {m} [partie antérieure]anat.
early on [coll.] [close to the beginning]
tôt {adv}
in summer [during the summer]
durant l'été {adv}
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