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French-English translation for: [after]
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Dictionary French English: [after]

Translation 1 - 27 of 27

FrenchEnglish
beaucoup trop {adv}excessively [after verb]
Verbs
refaire surface [personne]to reappear [after absence]
Nouns
constatation {f}finding [after investigation]
moût {m} (de raisin)rape [refuse left after wine-making]
répercussions {f.pl}reverberations [repercussions, after-effects]
rétrécissement {m} [p.e. vêtements après le lavage]shrinkage [e.g., clothes after washing]
2 Words
A tes souhaits ! [fam.]Bless you! [after sneezing]
A vos souhaits !Bless you! [after sneezing] [formal or plural]
se redresserto stand up [straighten after stooping]
hist. mil. pol. Commune {f} de Paris [1871]Paris Commune [1871] [after the Franco-Prussion War, soldiers of the National Guard seized control of the city and attempted to establish an independent government]
cuis. mignardise {f} [souvent : mignardises]petit four [small sweet biscuit or cake, served after dinner or with coffee]
cuis. mignardises {f.pl} [pâtisserie]petit four [small sweet biscuit or cake, served after dinner or with coffee]
cuis. veau {m} Marengoveal stew [allegedly first made for Napoleon after winning Battle of Marengo]
3 Words
à l'enfilade {adv}in a row [one after the other]
hist. mil. bataille {f} de Poitiers [1356]Battle of Poitiers [in 1356 was the 2nd major success, after Crécy, by England under Edward, the Black Prince, against France, under King John II, in the 100 Years' War]
hist. pol. congrès {m} d'Erfurt [1808] [aussi : entrevue d'Erfurt]Congress of Erfurt [1808] [after Tilsit (1807) the final meeting between Napoleon and Alexander I of Russia]
hist. mil. pol. traité {m} de Presbourg [1805]Peace of Pressburg [1805] [also: Treaty of Pressburg] [signed by Napoleon (France) and Francis II (Austria) after Austrian defeats at Ulm & Austerlitz]
géogr. hist. pol. sac {m} de Liège [1468]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.]
géogr. hist. mil. siège {m} de Calais [1346-7]siege of Calais [part of 100 Years' War. After victory at Crécy, King Edward III of England successfully besieged Calais which remained in English hands until 1558]
hist. pol. traité {m} de Picquigny [1475]Treaty of Picquigny [1 year after the Treaty of London, England & France signed a peace treaty (7-year truce) in 1475 which left France to deal alone with the threat from Duke of Burgundy]
hist. pol. traité {m} de Schönbrunn [1809] [aussi : traité de Vienne]Treaty of Schönbrunn [1809] [also: Peace of Schönbrunn or Treaty of Vienna] [after France's victory at Wagram, signed between France and Austria, ending the 5th Coalition]
hist. pol. traité {f} de Troyes [1420]Treaty of Troyes [in 1420, after victory at Agincourt, Henry V of England signed the Treaty with the wife of the demential Charles VI of France, confirming Henry as King of England AND France]
4 Words
indémêlable {adj} [après subst.]that cannot be untangled [after noun]
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} d'Aboukir [1798]Battle of the Nile [1798] [also: Battle of Aboukir Bay] [decisive naval battle - after Napoleon landed his army, Nelson destroyed the French fleet, trapping the French army in Egypt]
géogr. hist. pol. Confédération {f} du Rhin [1806-1813] [aussi : États confédérés du Rhin]Confederation of the Rhine [1806-1813] [formal: Confederated States of the Rhine] [German client states established after Napoleon's victory at Austerlitz]
géogr. hist. pol. grand-duché {m} de Berg [1806-1813] [aussi : grand-duché de Clèves et de Berg]Grand Duchy of Berg [1806-1813] [also: Grand Duchy of Berg and Cleves] [satellite state created by Napoleon after victory at Austerlitz for Marshal Murat (his brother-in-law)]
hist. pol. Jean {m} II le Bon [1319-1364]John II the Good [1319-1364] [King of France 1350-1364 but spent much time in captivity in London after defeat at Battle of Poitiers in 1356]
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