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Dictionary French English: [formal]

Translation 1 - 33 of 33

FrenchEnglish
À votre santé !Cheers! [formal or plural]
crépusculaire {adj}crepuscular [literary or formal]
coléreux {adj}irascible [formal]
vivifiant {adj} {pres-p} [stimulant]revivifying [formal]
bilieux {adj} [littéraire] [coléreux]splenetic [formal]
dr. attendu que {conj}whereas [formal]
dr. considérant que {conj}whereas [formal]
Verbs
se tromperto err [formal] [be wrong]
estimer qc. [considérer]to esteem sth. [consider] [formal]
inhumer qn. [soutenu]to inter sb. [formal]
Nouns
toilette {f}
499
toilette [formal]
acquiescement {m}acquiescence [formal]
rendez-vous {m}assignation [formal] [hum.] [meeting]
accord {m}concurrence [formal] [agreement]
transport {m} [moyen]conveyance [formal or hum.] [means of transport]
habitant {m}denizen [formal or hum.]
banquet {m}dinner [formal]
zizanie {f} [littéraire] [fig.]discord [formal] [between people]
résidence {f}dwelling [formal]
fin. émolument {m} [vieilli ou littéraire] [souvent au pluriel]emolument [formal] [often pl.]
diligence {f}expedition [formal] [promptness]
déjeuner {m}luncheon [formal: lunch, afternoon meal]
onanisme {m}onanism [literary or formal]
perfidie {f} [abus de confiance]perfidy [formal]
occup. théâtre comédienne {f}thespian [formal or hum.] [actress]
coutume {f}wont [formal or humorous]
habitude {f}wont [formal or humorous]
2 Words: Others
A vos souhaits !Bless you! [after sneezing] [formal or plural]
habitué à qc. {adj}habituated to sth. [formal]
2 Words: Verbs
imputer qc. à qn.to impute sth. to sb. [formal]
4 Words: Others
À vous aussi.The same to you. [formal or plural]
À vous de même.The same to you. [formal or plural]
4 Words: Nouns
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]
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