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taillé à la diable [fam.][quickly and roughly cut]
cuis. préparé {adj} {past-p}cleaned [plucked and gutted]
froid et humide {adj}dank [cold and damp]
et {conj}plus [and]
élancé {adj}rangy [Am.] [slender and long-limbed]
trapu {adj} [bâtiment : peu élevé, homme : râblé]squat [building : low-built, man : short and stocky]
véhément {adj}strident [fig.] [loud and insistent]
merci <msg, MSG>thanx <tnx, thx> [coll. and Internet slang] [thanks]
boulot {adj} [fam.] [gros et court]tubby [coll.] [short and fat]
Verbs
jeux lancer et attrapercatch [children's game] [throwing and catching an object, e.g. a ball]
faire la navetteto commute [to travel between home and work]
soutirer qc. [bière, vin : clarifier]to rack sth. [beer, wine: filter and decant from cask]
faire s'entrechoquer qc.to rattle sth. [shake and make a noise]
Nouns
hist. mil. chevauchée {f}[a raiding method of medieval warfare for weakening the enemy, primarily by burning and pillaging enemy territory]
réveillon {m} de Noël[Christmas home dinner and celebrations on Dec. 24]
naut. coup {m} de tabac [fam.][French maritime slang for: short and violent storm]
Ministère {m} de l'Economie, de l'Industrie et de l'Emploi[Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment]
comm. parapharmacie {f} [magasin][shop or department of a store selling toiletries and vitamins]
géogr. Aurigny {f} [île et dépendance de la Couronne britannique]Alderney [island and a British Crown Dependency]
mus. rythme {m}beat [rhythm, esp. jazz and pop]
hist. béguine {f}beguine [member of one of various ascetic and philanthropic communities of women not under vows founded chiefly in the Netherlands in the 13C]
mus. cadence {f} [intonation, terminaison]cadence [rising and falling sound, concluding sound]
cuis. cassoulet {m}cassoulet [meat and (haricot) bean stew]
armes hist. mil. colichemarde {f}colichemarde [smallsword used in late 17C and 18C]
hist. pol. doge {m}Doge [elected lord and Chief of State in several Italian city-states, notably Venice and Genoa, during the medieval and renaissance periods]
méd. oto-rhino-laryngologie {f} [ORL]ENT [ear, nose and throat]
expérimentation {f}experimentation [trial and error]
armes mil. tir {m} [coups de feu]fire {pl and sg}
cuis. caramel {m} moufudge [made with sugar and butter]
cuis. galantine {f}galantine [a dish of boned stuffed meat, poached and served cold, coated with aspic]
géogr. Géorgie {f} [États-Unis et Europe]Georgia [USA and Europe]
géogr. Grenade {f} [Andalousie]Granada [city and province in Andalusia]
cuis. gratin {m}gratin [topping of breadcrumbs and cheese]
occup. rémouleur {m}grinder [of knives and scissors]
géogr. Guernesey {f} [île et dépendance de la Couronne britannique]Guernsey [island and a British Crown Dependency]
armes mil. tir {m} [avec des armes lourdes]gunnery {pl and sg}
géogr. hist. pol. territoire {f} de l'IniniInini [was an inland territory of French Guiana, administered separately between 1930 and 1946.]
géogr. Jersey {f} [Bailliage de Jersey] [île et dépendance de la Couronne britannique]Jersey [Bailiwick of Jersey] [island and self-governing British Crown Dependency]
géogr. hist. Kennemerland {m}Kennemerland [coastal region in the northwestern Netherlands, its name comes from the Kennemer people, who were Frisians that fought with the Counts of Holland and lost in the Middle Ages]
comm. mus. vêt. label {m}label [brand name, esp. music and clothing industry]
relig. marabout {m}marabout [Muslim religious leader and teacher in West Africa, and (historically) in the Maghreb]
cuis. millefeuille {m}millefeuille [small layered cake made of puff pastry filled with custard and cream]
hist. mil. pol. Napoléon {m} Bonaparte [1769-1821] [aussi : Napoléon I]Napoleon [also: Napoléon Bonaparte ] [1769-1821] [As Napoleon I, he was Emperor of the French from 1804 until 1814 and again in 1815]
myth. Parques {f.pl}Parcae [also: the Fates] [female personifications of destiny who directed the lives (and deaths) of humans and gods in Roman mythology]
arch. traboules {f.pl} [passages piétons à travers des cours d'immeuble qui permettent de se rendre d'une rue à une autre dans certaines villes françaises. Les plus connues sont à Lyon]passageway [between houses. Regional, in certain French cities and towns such as Lyon, Mâcon and Grenoble]
cuis. potée {f}potée [soup or stew pork and vegetables, most frequently, cabbage and potatoes of which choucroute is the most characteristic]
arch. arts relig. retable {m}retable [structure placed on or immediately behind and above the altar or communion table of a church]
cuis. rouille {f} [cuisine] [aussi : rouille provençale]rouille [sauce served as a garnish with fish, fish soup and, notably, bouillabaisse]
littérat. mus. droits {m.pl} d'auteurroyalties {pl} [copyrights for writers and musicians]
occup. relig. Sādhu {m} [aussi : Sadhou]Sadhu [religious ascetic, mendicant or any holy person in Hinduism and Jainism who has renounced the worldly life]
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