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H-bombbombe {f} à hydrogène
H-bombbombe {f} H
HaarlemHarlem {f}
Haast's beaked whalebaleine {f} à bec de Gray [Mesoplodon grayi]
haberdasherchemisier {m}
haberdasher [Br.]mercier {m}
haberdasher [Br.] [female]mercière {f}
haberdasher [female]chemisière {f}
haberdasher's shop [Br.]mercerie {f} [magasin]
haberdine [Atlantic cod]morue {f} commune [Gadus morhua]
haberdine [Atlantic cod]morue {f} de l'Atlantique [Gadus morhua]
haberdine [Atlantic cod]morue {f} franche [Gadus morhua]
habitaccoutumance {f}
habithabitude {f}
habitmanie {f} [habitude]
habitatbiotope {m}
habitathabitat {m} [milieu]
habitation [act of inhabiting]habitat {m} [environnement de vie]
habitation [place of residence]habitation {f}
habitualcoutumier [habituel]
habitual criminalcriminel {m} récidiviste
habitual criminal [female]criminelle {f} récidiviste
habitual offenderrécidiviste {m} [après plusieurs délits]
habitual offender [female]récidiviste {f} [après plusieurs délits]
habitually [incessantly]continûment
habitually [regularly, recurringly]assidûment [régulièrement]
habitually [regularly, recurringly]régulièrement
habituated to sth. [formal]habitué à qc.
habituationhabituation {f}
habituation [becoming accustomed, addicted]accoutumance {f}
Habsburg Monarchy [also: Danubian Monarchy or Habsburg Empire]monarchie {f} des Habsbourg [aussi : empire des Habsbourg]
hachoirhachoir {m} berceuse
to hackfaire une promenade à cheval
to hack [cough]tousser sec
hack [horse for ordinary riding]cheval {m} de selle
hack [mediocre journalist] [coll.]pisseur {m} de copie [péj.]
hack [mediocre journalist] [coll.] [female]pisseuse {f} de copie [péj.]
to hack an army to piecestailler une armée en pièces
to hack away at sth.frapper qc. à grands coups
hack sawscie {f} à archet
to hack sb. off [Br.] [coll.]agacer qn.
to hack sb. off [Br.] [coll.]énerver qn.
to hack sb. off [Br.] [coll.]foutre qn. en rogne [fam.]
to hack sb. off [Br.] [coll.]taper sur les nerfs de qn. [loc.]
to hack sb. off [Br.] [coll.] [annoy]casser les pieds à qn. [loc.]
to hack sb. off [Br.] [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]porter sur les nerfs à qn.
to hack sb. off [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]soûler qn. [fam.] [ennuyer]
to hack sb./sth. to piecestailler qn./qc. en pièces
to hack sth. [chop]hacher qc.
to hack sth. downabattre qc. [arbre]
hackbutarquebuse {f}
hackerfouineur {m}
hackerhackeur {m}
hackerpirat {m} informatique
hackerpirate {m} informatique
hacker [female]fouineuse {f}
hacker [female]hackeuse {f}
hackingpiratage {m}
hacking jacketveste {f} d'équitation
hacklepanache {m}
hackney (carriage)fiacre {m}
hackneyedréchauffé [histoire, plaisanterie]
hackneyedusé [sujet, plaisanterie]
hackneyed expressioncliché {m}
hackneyed phrasecliché {m}
hacksawscie {f} à archet
hacksawscie {f} à métaux
hacktivismhacktivisme {m}
hacktivisthacktiviste {m}
hacktivist [female]hacktiviste {f}
Hadamard–de la Vallée-Poussin constantconstante {f} de Hadamard-La Vallée Poussin
Hadamard–de la Vallée-Poussin constantconstante {f} de Kronecker
Hadamard–de la Vallée-Poussin constantconstante {f} de Meissel-Mertens
Hadamard–de la Vallée-Poussin constantconstante {f} de Mertens
Hadamard–de la Vallée-Poussin constantconstante {f} des inverses des nombres premiers
haddockaiglefin {m} [Melanogrammus aeglefinus]
haddockéglefin {m} [Melanogrammus aeglefinus]
HadesHadès {m}
Hadithhadith {m}
haecceityeccéité {f}
haemangioma [Br.] [strawberry mark [coll.]]hémangiome {m} [fraise [fam.]]
haematocrit <Hct> [Br.]hématocrite {m} <hct>
haematological [Br.]hématologique
haematologist [Br.]hématologue {m}
haematologist [female] [Br.]hématologue {f}
haematology [Br.]hématologie {f}
haematoma [Br.]ecchymose {f}
haematoma [Br.]hématome {m}
haematuria [Br.]hématurie {f}
haemodynamic [Br.]hémodynamique
haemodynamically [Br.]hémodynamiquement
haemodynamics [Br.]hémodynamique {f}
haemogram [Br.]hémogramme {m}
haemophilia [Br.]hémophilie {f}
haemophiliac [Br.]hémophile
haemophiliac [Br.]hémophile {m}
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