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défunt {adj} [empire, grandeur]former [e.g. grandeur]
chancelant {adj} {pres-p} [empire, trône]tottering
mil. pol. disloquer qc. [empire]to dismember sth. [empire]
pol. périr [empire, régime]to fall
désintégration {f}collapse [of an empire, of a family, etc.]
pol. effondrement {m} [empire]downfall
géogr. pol. Géorgie {f} [État du Sud des États-Unis]Georgia <GA> [Peach State, Empire State of the South]
hist. Koulak {m} [péj.] [désignait, dans l'Empire russe, un prospère fermier]Kulak
dr. hist. Miroir {m} des SaxonsSachsenspiegel [the most important law book of the Holy Roman Empire, originating around 1220 as a record of existing customary law]
hist. Tamerlan {m}Tamerlane [founder of the Turko-Mongol Timurid Empire] [also known as Amur Timur]
2 Words: Verbs
se disloquer [machine, armoire, empire]to break apart
pol. dissoudre qc. [empire, institutions, alliance]to break up sth.
se disloquer [machine, armoire, empire]to split apart
2 Words: Nouns
géogr. hist. pol. Autriche-Hongrie {f} [aussi : Empire austro-hongrois]Austria-Hungary [also: Austro-Hungarian Empire]
géogr. hist. pol. cercle {m} d'Autriche [groupement d'États du Saint-Empire romain]Austrian Circle
hist. pol. Empire {m} aztèque [aussi : Empire mexica]Aztec Empire [also: Triple Alliance]
géogr. hist. pol. République {f} batave [1795-1806]Batavian Republic [1795-1806] [successor to the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands, becoming the first of the "sister-republics", and later part of the French Empire of Napoleon]
géogr. hist. pol. cercle {m} de Bavière [groupement d'États du Saint-Empire romain]Bavarian Circle
pol. effondrement {m} [empire]break-up
géogr. hist. pol. cercle {m} de Bourgogne [groupement d'États du Saint-Empire romain]Burgundian Circle
hist. Empire {m} byzantin [330 - 1453] [aussi : Empire romain d'Orient]Byzantine Empire [330 - 1453] [also: Eastern Roman Empire]
dr. sociol. Code {m} noirCode noir [decree passed by King Louis XIV of France in 1685 defining the conditions of slavery in the French colonial empire]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} de Crimée [1853-1856]Crimean War [1853-1856] [ Russia lost to an alliance of the Ottoman Empire, France, the United Kingdom and Piedmont-Sardinia]
derniers soubresauts {m.pl} [de personne, d'animal, empire]death throes
hist. mil. naut. guerre {f} néerlando-portugaise [1601 - 1661]Dutch–Portuguese War [1601 - 1661] [the Dutch gained an overseas empire at the cost of the Portuguese]
géogr. hist. pol. cercle {m} de Franconie [groupement d'États du Saint-Empire romain]Franconian Circle
hist. monarchie {f} des Habsbourg [aussi : empire des Habsbourg]Habsburg Monarchy [also: Danubian Monarchy or Habsburg Empire]
hist. pol. Sainte Ligue {f} [1684–1699] [composée du Saint-Empire romain germanique, de la république des Deux Nations (Pologne, Lituanie) et de la république de Venise]Holy League [1684–1699]
géogr. hist. pol. cercle {m} impérial [groupement d'États du Saint-Empire romain]imperial circle
hist. pol. diète {f} impérialeImperial Diet [Holy Roman Empire]
hist. pol. relig. mamelouks {m.pl}Mamluk Sultanate [also: Mamluk Egypt or the Mamluk Empire]
géogr. hist. Mexico-Tenochtitlan {f} [aussi : Tenochtitlan] [capitale de l'Empire aztèque]Mexico-Tenochtitlan [also: Tenochtitlan]
géogr. pol. État {m} de New York [État des États-Unis, situé dans le nord-est du pays]New York <NY> [Empire State]
pol. Empire {m} partheParthian Empire [also: Parthian empire]
géogr. hist. pol. Empire {m} sassanide [aussi : Empire des Iraniens ou Empire néo-perse]Sasanian Empire [also: Sassanid Empire, Second Persian Empire or Neo-Persian Empire]
géogr. hist. pol. cercle {m} de Souabe [groupement d'États du Saint-Empire romain]Swabian Circle
hist. pol. Triple-Alliance {f} de La Haye [1668]Triple Alliance [1668] [between the Kingdom of England, the Swedish Empire and the Dutch Republic]
hist. mil. pol. guerres {f.pl} xhosas [1779-1879] [aussi : guerres cafres]Xhosa Wars [1779-1879] [also: Cape Frontier Wars or Kaffir Wars] [series of 9 wars between the Xhosa Kingdom and the British Empire]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Andrinople [378] [aussi : bataille d'Adrianople ; aujourd'hui Edirne en Turquie européenne]Battle of Adrianople [378] [also: Battle of Hadrianopolis] [overwhelming victory of the Goths over the Eastern Roman Empire]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Tchaldiran [1514]Battle of Chaldiran [1514] [decisive victory for the Ottoman Empire over the Safavid Empire]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Göllheim [1298]Battle of Göllheim [1298] [victory confirming Albert I of Habsburg as King of the Holy Roman Empire]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Sadowa [1866] [aussi : bataille de Königgrätz]Battle of Königgrätz [1866] [also: Battle of Sadowa] [Kingdom of Prussia defeated the Austrian Empire]
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} de Lépante [1571]Battle of Lepanto [1571] [fleet of the Holy League inflicted heavy defeat on the fleet of the Ottoman Empire]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Manzikert [1071]Battle of Manzikert [1071] [also: Battle of Malazgirt] [decisive defeat of the Byzantine Empire by the Seljuk Empire]
hist. mil. relig. bataille {f} de Muhlberg [1547]Battle of Mühlberg [1547] [Holy Roman Empire defeated the Lutheran Schmalkaldic League]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Salamine [480 av. J.-C.]Battle of Salamis [480 BC] [decisive victory for the Greek city-states against the Persian Empire]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Samarra [363]Battle of Samarra [363] [Sasanian Empire defeated Roman Empire]
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} de Sinope [1853]Battle of Sinope [1853] [ naval battle won decisively by Imperial Russia against the Ottoman Empire, during the opening phase of the Crimean War]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de (la rivière) Talas [751] [aussi : bataille d'Artlakh]Battle of Talas [751] [the Abbasid Caliphate and the Tibetan Empire defeated the Tang dynasty ending its westward expansion]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Vienne [1683]Battle of Vienna [1683] [the Holy Roman Empire defeated the Ottoman Empire]
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