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géogr. ling. [région / accent / dialecte de Newcastle / Tyneside]Geordie [Br.]
ethn. ling. alémanique {adj}German-speaking [e.g. region, country, population, minority]
arriéré {adj} {past-p} [région]underdeveloped
pol. autonome {adj} [région, république]autonomous
pol. autonome {adj} [région]self-governing
pol. autonome {adj} [région]self-ruling
alim. beurrier {adj} [région]butter-producing
agr. bot. céréalier {adj} [région]cereal-growing [attr.]
chaud {adj} [région, période, rentrée sociale]turbulent
géogr. étendu {adj} [région]vast
excentré {adj} [région, quartier]outlying
sylv. forestier {adj} [région]forested
francilien {adj}[of / from the Île-de-France region]
minér. mines houiller {adj} [région]coalmining
ethn. géogr. lorrain {adj} [dialecte, région]Lorraine
pétrolifère {adj} [région]oil-producing
triste {adj} [région, événement]depressing [region, event]
turbulent {adj} [adolescent, région]rebellious
yonnais {adj}[from the Roche-sur-Yon region, in Vendée]
trafic desservir qc.
to link sth. [town, region]
aménager qc. [en équipant] [région, espace rural]to develop sth.
mil. anéantir qc. [ville, région]to lay waste to sth.
assainir qc. [maison, rivière, région, organisation]to clean sth. up
géogr. borner qc. [pays, région]to border sth.
trafic desservir qc.to serve sth. [town, region]
écumer qc. [région]to plunder sth.
électr. électrifier qc. [maison, région]to connect sth. to the electrical grid [house, region]
écon. pol. nourrir qc. [région]to provide a living for sth.
mil. pol. pacifier qc. [pays, région]to pacify sth.
mil. pol. pacifier qc. [pays, région]to establish peace in sth.
ranimer qc. [marché financier, région]to revive sth.
rattacher qc. [service, région]to attach sth.
écon. reconvertir qc. [région]to redevelop sth.
renaître [personne, région, théâtre, nature] [aussi : renaitre]to come back to life
soumettre qn./qc. [personne, groupe, région]to bring sb./sth. to heel
traverser qc. [région]to go through sth. [e.g. a river or road through a region]
valoriser qc. [région, ressources]to develop sth.
vivifier qc. [région, ville]to breathe new life to sth.
vivifier qc. [région, ville]to bring new life to sth.
géogr. pol. Aberdeenshire {m} [région de lieutenance d'Écosse]Aberdeenshire
géogr. pol. Ain {m} [département français de la région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes]Ain
géogr. pol. Aisne {m} [département français appartient à la région Hauts-de-France]Aisne
géogr. pol. Unverified Algarve {f} [région administrative située au sud du Portugal continental]Algarve
cuis. aligot {m}aligot [dish made from cheese blended into mashed potatoes (often with some garlic) that is made in L'Aubrac region in the southern Massif Central of France]
géogr. pol. Allier {m} [département français situé dans la région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpe]Allier
géogr. pol. Angus {m} [région de lieutenance d'Écosse]Angus
géogr. pol. Ardèche {m} [département français situé dans la région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes]Ardèche
géogr. pol. Ardennes {f.pl} [département français de la région Grand Est]Ardennes
géogr. pol. Argyll {m} [région de lieutenance d'Écosse]Argyll
géogr. pol. Ariège {m} [département français de la région Occitanie]Ariège
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