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J'ai beau essayer, je n'y arrive pas.No matter how hard I try, I don't succeed.
J'ai besoin de voir un médecin.I need to see a doctor.
J'ai déjeuné en ville.I ate lunch in town.
J'ai engagé un tueurI Hired a Contract Killer [Aki Kaurismäki]
J'ai fait le nécessaire.I've dealt with it.
J'ai fait le nécessaire.I've seen to it. [I've dealt with it]
J'ai le mot sur le bout de la langue. [loc.]The word is on the tip of my tongue. [idiom]
J'ai les yeux qui piquent.My eyes are stinging.
J'ai mal ici.It hurts here.
J'ai marché pendant cinq heures.I walked for five hours.
J'ai passé une nuit blanche. [loc.]I didn't sleep a wink. [idiom]
J'ai peur.I am scared.
J'ai pris du lait en rentrant.I got some milk on the way home.
J'aimerais autant (ne) pas le faire.I would sooner not do it.
J'aimerais pouvoir rester.I wish I could stay.
J'aimerais six timbres à quarante-six pence.I'd like six forty-six pence stamps. [Br.]
J'aimerais tellement que tu sois làWish You Were Here [Graham Swift]
J'amène un trois.I have thrown a three.
J'arrive.I'm coming.
J'attends un colis de ...I'm expecting a parcel from ...
J'en ai plein. [fam.]I've got lots. [coll.]
J'en doute fort.I very much doubt it.
J'en peux plus. [fam.] [Je n'en peux plus]I can't go on any longer.
J'en reviens.I'm coming back from there.
j'espère que [+indic.]I hope that
J'espère que je ne vous dérange pas.I hope I'm not intruding.
J'espère que non.I hope not.
J'espère que oui.I hope so.
J'y joue.I'm playing it. [sport, game]
J'y tiens absolument.I absolutely insist on it.
jabot {m}crop [of bird, bee etc.]
jabot {m}ruffle [on shirt front]
jacamar {m} à gorge blanche [Brachygalba albogularis]white-throated jacamar
jacamar {m} à joues bleues [Galbula cyanicollis]blue-cheeked jacamar
jacamar {m} à joues bleues [Galbula cyanicollis]blue-necked jacamar
jacamar {m} brun [Brachygalba lugubris]brown jacamar
jacamar {m} oreillard [Galbalcyrhynchus leucotis]white-eared jacamar
jacamars {} [famille Galbulidae]jacamars
jacana {m} à poitrine dorée [Actophilornis africanus]African jacana
jacana {m} d'Afrique [Actophilornis africanus]African jacana
jacana {m} du Mexique [Jacana spinosa]northern jacana
jacana {m} malgache [Actophilornis albinucha]Madagascan jacana
jacana {m} malgache [Actophilornis albinucha]Madagascar jacana
jacana {m} nain [Microparra capensis]lesser jacana
jacasserto chatter
jacinthe {f}hyacinth
jacinthe {f} des bois [Hyacinthoides non-scripta](common) bluebell
Jack l'Éventreur {m}Jack the Ripper
jacobin {m} [membre du club des Jacobins]Jacobin
jacquemart {m}bell-striker [animated, mechanised figure of a person which strikes the hours on a bell with a hammer. Usually part of clocks or clocktowers]
jacquerie {f}peasant revolt
jacquerie {f} [émeute]uprising
Jacques {m}James
jacquet {m}backgammon
jacquier {m} [Artocarpus heterophyllus]jack tree
jacquier {m} [Artocarpus heterophyllus]jackfruit tree
jactance {f}haughtiness
jactance {f} [fam.] [bavardage]chatter
jadejade [colour]
jade {m}jade
jadisonce [formerly]
jadis {m} [littéraire]foretime
jaguar {m} [Panthera onca]jaguar
jaillirto eruct [erupt, spew out]
jaillirto spew (out) [gush out]
jaillir [apparaître subitement] (de qc.)to spring up (from sth.)
jaillir [en sortant] (de qc.)to spring out (from sth.)
jaillir [fig.] [vérité, idée]to emerge [truth, idea]
jaillir [flamme, étincelle] (de qc.)to shoot up (from sth.)
jaillir [liquide, source, gaz, air] (de qc.)to gush out (of sth.)
jaillir [rires, cris] (de qn./qc.)to burst out (from sb./sth.)
jaillir [s'élever] [clocher, immeuble, arbre] (au-dessus de qc.)to tower up (above sth.)
jaillir [voiture] (de qc.)to shoot out (from qc.)
jaillissement {m} [d'idées, de voix]outpouring
jaillissement {m} [de flammes]shooting up
jaillissement {m} [de liquide, source]gushing out
jaïnisme {m} [aussi : jinisme]Jainism [also: Jain Dharma] [ancient Indian religion]
jais {m}jet
jalon {m} [fig.]milestone [fig.]
jalonné d'arbreslined with trees
jalonner qc. [chemin, terrain]to mark out sth.
jalousementjealously [with jealousy]
jalouser qc. de envy sb. for sth.
jalouser be jealous of sb.
jalousie {f}envy
jalousie {f}jealousy
jaloux [de]jealous [of]
Jamaïcain {m}Jamaican
Jamaïcaine {f}Jamaican [female]
Jamaïquain {m}Jamaican
Jamaïquaine {f}Jamaican [female]
Jamaïque {f}Jamaica <.jm>
jamais (de la vie)never ever [coll.]
Jamais dans la vie !God forbid!
Jamais rien ne me gène.Nothing ever bothers me.
jambage {m}(door) jamb
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