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EnglishFrench
Ffa {m}
F sharpfa {m} dièse
fab [coll.]sensas [aussi : sensass]
FabianFabien {m}
Fabianismfabianisme {m}
fablefable {f}
fabledfameux
fabledlégendaire
fabrictissu {m}
fabrictrame {f} [de vie]
fabric conditionerassouplissant {m}
fabric conditionerassouplisseur {m}
fabric conditionerproduit {m} assouplissant
fabric softeneradoucissant {m} [pour le linge]
fabric softenerassouplissant {m}
fabric softenerassouplisseur {m}
fabric wall coveringtenture {f} [tissu tendu aux murs]
fabric which is soft to the touchtissu {m} doux au toucher
to fabricate sth. [a story, etc.]affabuler qc.
fabricated storyboniment {m} [mensonges]
fabrication [fake]falsification {f}
fabrication [false statement]bobard {m} [fam.]
fabrication [false statement]boniment {m} [mensonges]
fabrication methodprocédé {m} de fabrication
fabricator [maker]fabricant {m}
Fabry disease <FD>maladie {f} de Fabry
Fabry disease <FD>syndrome {m} de Ruiter-Pompen-Wyers
fabulismfabulisme {m}
fabulistfabuliste {m}
fabulist [female]fabuliste {f}
fabulouschimérique [irréel]
fabulousfabuleux
fabulousmirifique
fabulousmirobolant
fabulous beastanimal {m} fabuleux
fabulouslyfabuleusement
fabulously wealthy / richrichissime
façadeattitude {f} [affectation]
facadefront {m} [d'un monument]
façade [also fig.]façade {f} [aussi fig.]
facebobine {f} [fam.] [visage]
facebouille {f} [fam.]
facechantier {m}
to faceêtre situé en face
facefigure {f} [visage]
facetrogne {f} [fam.]
facetronche {f}
facevisage {m}
to face [defeat, ruin]se trouver menacé de [défaite, ruine]
face [dial]cadran {m}
face [facial features]faciès {m}
face [of a mountain]front {m} [d'une montagne]
to face (towards) sth. [look onto]donner sur qc. [fenêtre, chambre]
to face (up to) sth.affronter qc. [problème]
to face a finerisquer une amende
to face a heavy sentencerisquer gros
to face a rebuttal [idiom]se prendre un râteau [fam.] [loc.]
to face a runoffêtre mis en ballottage
to face a tedious task [idiom]faire face à une tâche fastidieuse [loc.]
face clothcarré {m} en tissu-éponge [servant de gant de toilette]
face clothgant {m} de toilette
face concretebéton {m} brut
face covered with scarsvisage {m} très marqué [par des blessures]
face creamcrème {f} pour le visage
to face criminal chargesrisquer des poursuites
to face each otherse faire face [être vis-à-vis (personnes)]
to face each other trilaterallys'affronter en triangulaires
to face eastêtre orienté à l'est
face marked by illnessvisage {m} très marqué [par la maladie]
face maskmasque {m} [du personnel soignant]
face mask [face shield / covering]masque {m} de protection
face packmasque {m} de beauté
face powderpoudre {f} de riz
face presentationprésentation {f} de la face [obstétrique]
to face sb./sth.affronter qn./qc. [adversaire, mort, situation]
to face sb./sth.faire face à qn./qc.
face side of a coincôté {m} face d'une pièce de monnaie
to face sth. [building, façade, wall]revêtir qc. [bâtiment, façade, mur]
to face sth. [risk]risquer qc. [accusation]
to face the factsse rendre à l'évidence
to face the musicaffronter l'orage
to face twenty years in prisonrisquer vingt ans de prison
to face up to criticismse confronter à la critique
to face up to one's responsibilitiesfaire face à ses obligations
to face up to sth.s'arranger de qc.
to face up to sth.se pencher sur qc.
to face up to thingsfaire face [résister]
face valuevaleur {f} nominale
face-lift [also fig.]lifting {m} [aussi fig.]
face-to-faceen présentiel [fam.] [travailler, cours]
face-to-face <F2F>seul à seul
faceclothcarré {m} en tissu-éponge [servant de gant de toilette]
faceclothcarré-éponge {m}
faced withface à
faceless [fig.]anonyme
facelift [also fig.]lifting {m} [aussi fig.]
facessingeries {f.pl} [grimaces]
facetfacette {f}
to facet sth.facetter qc.
facetiousfacétieux
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