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mou {adj} [aussi fig.]
2
limp [also fig.]
muet {adj} [fig.]
2
speechless
acerbe {adj}sour [also fig.]
aveuglément {adv}blindly [fig.] [rashly, inconsiderately]
bancal {adj} [fig.] [qui n'est pas établi sur des bases solides]shaky [fig.] [eg argument]
bestial {adj} [aussi fig.]bestial [also fig.]
blessant {adj} {pres-p}scathing [fig.] [hurtful] [comment, remark etc.]
bouché {adj} {past-p} [profession, secteur, discipline] [fig.]oversubscribed
bourgeonnant {adj} {pres-p} [fig.]burgeoning
cathartique {adj} [aussi fig.]cathartic [also fig.]
anat. cérébral {adj} [aussi fig.]cerebral [also fig.]
charitable {adj}Christian [fig.] [charitable]
chatouilleux {adj} [fig.]oversensitive
choquant {adj}lurid [fig.] [sensationalist]
conséquent {adj} [fig.] [significatif, important]substantial
méd. contagieux {adj} [aussi fig.]contagious [also fig.]
coriace {adj} [fig.]stubborn
couronnant {adj} {pres-p} [aussi fig.]crowning [also fig.]
fin. créditeur {adj} [compte]in the black [fig.]
crétin {adj} [fam.] [péj.] [idiot]cretinous [coll.] [pej.] [fig.] [idiotic]
creux {adj} [période]fallow [fig.] [of a period, inactive]
crucial {adj}pivotal [fig.] [crucial]
d'avance {adv}up front [Am.] [fig.]
désœuvré {adj}at a loose end [fig.] [coll.] [having nothing to do]
détaché {adj} {past-p} [fig.]detached [emotionally]
dur {adj} [peu sensible]thick-skinned [fig.]
ébouriffé {adj} {past-p} [fig.] [surpris]stunned [fig.] [amazed]
écœurant {adj} [aussi fig.]sickening [also fig.]
écrasant {adj} [fig.] [nombre, victoire]overwhelming [great, huge]
électrisant {adj} {pres-p} [fig.]electrifying [fig.]
élevé {adj} [fig.]elevated [noble]
éloquent {adj}silver-tongued [fig.]
embourbé {adj} {past-p} [aussi fig.]bogged down [also fig.]
enchanté {adj} {past-p} [aussi fig.]enchanted [also fig.]
enflé {adj} [fig.] [enorgueilli]puffed up
enivrant {adj} {pres-p} [aussi fig.]intoxicating [also fig.]
enragé {adj}rabid [fig.]
épineux {adj} [fig.]vexing
explosif {adj} [aussi fig.]explosive [also fig.]
extensible {adj} [liste] [fig.]extendable
méd. fébrile {adj} [aussi fig.]feverish [also fig.]
méd. fébrilement {adv} [aussi fig.]feverishly [also fig.]
frileux {adj} [fig.] [timoré]timid
froidement {adv} [aussi fig.]coldly [also fig.]
froissé {adj} [fig.] [offensé]sore [coll.] [offended]
gigantesque {adj}elephantine [fig.] [huge]
gourmand {adj} [fig.] [avide]avaricious
haletant {adj}nail-biting [coll.] [fig.]
horrible {adj}lurid [fig.] [gruesome]
impavide {adj} [littéraire]unruffled [fig.] [calm]
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