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S-shapeden s [aussi : en S]
SaaremaaSaaremaa {f} [la plus grande île de l'Estonie]
SaarlandSarre {f}
Saba [a Caribbean island which is the smallest special municipality of the Netherlands]Saba {f} [une île néerlandaise qui se situe dans le nord des Petites Antilles]
Saba banana [plantain originating in the Philippines]banane {f} plantain
SabahSabah {m} [état de Malaisie orientale, situé au nord-est de l'île de Bornéo]
Sabbathsabbat {m}
Sabbath dayjour {m} du sabbat
sabbaticalcongé {m} sabbatique
saber [Am.]sabre {m}
to saber sb. [Am.]sabrer qn.
saber-rattling [Am.] [fig.]menaces {f.pl} de guerre
saber-rattling [Am.] [idiom]bruits {m.pl} de bottes [loc.]
sable antelopeantilope {f} noire [Hippotragus niger]
sable antelopehippotrague {m} noir [Hippotragus niger]
sabotagesabotage {m}
sabotagetravail {m} de sape [fig.]
to sabotage sth.saboter qc.
saboteursaboteur {m}
saboteur [female]saboteuse {f}
sabrage [opening a champagne bottle with a sabre]sabrage {m}
sabre [esp. Br.]sabre {m}
to sabre sb. [Br.]sabrer qn.
sabre-rattling [Br.] [also fig.]cliquètement {m} d'armes [aussi fig.]
sabre-rattling [Br.] [fig.]menaces {f.pl} de guerre
sabre-rattling [Br.] [idiom]bruits {m.pl} de bottes [loc.]
sacsac {m}
sac fungi {pl}ascomycètes {m.pl} [Ascomycota]
saccharimeterpèse-sirop {m}
saccharin [E-954]saccharine {f} [E-954]
saccharin sodiumsaccharine {f} sodique
saccharinemielleux [sourire]
saccharine [pej.] [excessively sentimental]douceâtre
sachetpochon {m}
sachetsachet {m}
Sachsenspiegel [the most important law book of the Holy Roman Empire, originating around 1220 as a record of existing customary law]Miroir {m} des Saxons
sacksac {m} [grossier, à usage commercial]
to sack [pillage]piller et incendier
sack of Rome [410] [by the Visigoths]sac {m} de Rome [410]
sack of shit [vulg.] [pej.] [contemptibly dishonest person]salopard {m} [péj.]
to sack out [Am.] [sl.]aller au lit
sack racecourse {f} en sac
to sack sb. [Br.] [coll.]renvoyer qn. [congédier]
to sack sb. [Br.] [coll.]virer qn. [fam.]
to sack sb. [coll.] [Br.]déboulonner qn. [fam.] [renvoyer]
to sack sth.mettre qc. à sac [ville, région]
to sack sth.saccager qc. [mettre à sac]
to sack sth. [pillage]piller qc.
sackfulsac {m} [contenu - grand]
sackingmise {f} à sac
sacking of Liège [in 1468, after an uprising, the Duke of Burgundy ordered the town to be razed to the ground and a quarter of the inhabitants were killed.]sac {m} de Liège [1468]
sacral buildingédifice {m} sacré
sacramentsacrement {m}
sacrament of marriagesacrement {m} du mariage
sacrament of matrimonysacrement {m} du mariage
sacramental winevin {m} de messe
sacredtabou [qu'on ne peut critiquer]
sacred architecturearchitecture {f} religieuse
sacred architecturearchitecture {f} sacrée
sacred artart {m} religieux
sacred artart {m} sacré
sacred buildingédifice {m} sacré
Sacred Country [Rose Tremain]Le Royaume interdit
sacred groundsol {m} sacré
Sacred Heart (of Jesus)Sacré-Cœur {m} de Jésus
sacred historyhistoire {f} sainte
sacred ibisibis {m} sacré [Threskiornis aethiopicus]
sacred musicmusique {f} sacrée
sacred vesselvase {m} sacré
sacrificesacrifice {m}
to sacrifice a victim to the godsimmoler une victime aux dieux
to sacrifice oneselfse sacrifier
to sacrifice oneself for sb.se sacrifier pour qn.
to sacrifice sb./sth.immoler qn./qc.
to sacrifice sb./sth.sacrifier qn./qc.
sacrificial animalanimal {m} offert en sacrifice
sacristysacristie {f} [église catholique]
sacroiliac joint <SI joint, SIJ>articulation {f} sacro-iliaque [Articulatio sacroiliaca]
sacroiliac pain {sg}douleurs {f.pl} lombaires
sacrosanctsacro-saint [fam.] [aussi : sacrosaint] [intouchable]
sacrosanctityinviolabilité {f} [intouchabilité]
sadcafardeux [fam.]
Sad Cypress [Agatha Christie]Je ne suis pas coupable
to saddens'attrister
to sadden one's heartfaire froid dans le cœur
to sadden sb.attrister qn.
to sadden sb.chagriner qn. [peiner]
to sadden sb.peiner qn.
saddenedchagrin [triste] [vieilli]
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