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clandestin {adj} [organisation, journal]underground [attr.]
soigné {adj} [conception, organisation, tactique]carefully thought out
Verbs
abriter qc. [société, organisation]to house sth.
assainir qc. [maison, rivière, région, organisation]to clean sth. up
briser qc. [pays, organisation]to destroy sth.
instituer qc. [organisation]to establish sth.
rajeunir qc. [organisation, installation, équipement]to modernise sth. [Br.]
rajeunir qc. [organisation, installation, équipement]to modernize sth. [Am.] [Can.]
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique]to become institutionalised [organisation, practice] [Br.]
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique]to become institutionalized [organisation, practice] [Am.]
Nouns
pagaille {f} [cohue, manque d'organisation]
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chaos
chaîne {f} [organisation]network
corruption {f}corruption [of person, organisation]
dépoussiérage {m} [d'organisation, d'idéologie]revamping [e.g. of an organisation]
initiateur {m} [d'une organisation]founder
initiatrice {f} [d'une organisation]founder [female]
ordonnance {f}layout [room etc.] [disposition, organisation]
organisme {m} [organisation]organisation [Br.]
organisme {m} [organisation]organization [Am.] [Can.]
adm. régime {m} [organisation]scheme
adm. souplesse {f} [d'organisation]looseness
2 Words
se figer [personne, sourire, organisation]to freeze [fig.]
contestation {f} [dans une organisation] (de qn./qc.)dissent (from sb./sth.)
pol. État {m} islamique <EI> [organisation djihadiste]Islamic State <IS> [jihadist group]
4 Words
frapper qc. à la tête [fig.] [mouvement, organisation]to strike at the leadership of sth.
adm. dr. géogr. schéma {m} de cohérence territoriale <SCOT> [document d'urbanisme qui fixe, à l'échelle de plusieurs communes ou groupement de communes, l'organisation de l'occupation des sols]land development plan
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