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

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border qc. [longer]to border sth. [run along side]
découper qc. [déchiqueter]to indent sth. [e.g. along a coastline]
se débrouillerto manage [be able to do, get along]
gouttière {f} [le long d'un toit]gutter [along a roof]
géogr. Niémen {m} [fleuve]River Neman [also: Nemunas, Nioman, or Memel] [river that rises in central Belarus and flows through Lithuania then along the northern border of Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia's western exclave]
hist. pol. paix {f} d'Amiens [1802]Treaty of Amiens [1802] [signed by France and UK. Along with Treaty of Lunéville (1801), it ended the War of the 2nd Coalition against France. Peace lasted 1 year]
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