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breton {adj}
Breton [of / from Brittany]
yonnais {adj}[from the Roche-sur-Yon region, in Vendée]
francilien {adj}[of / from the Île-de-France region]
de parents consanguins {adj}inbred [from sex between relatives]
méd. rachitique {adj} [personne]rachitic [affected with, suffering from, or characteristic of rickets]
divergent {adj}tangential [diverging from main topic]
naut. écoper [vider l'eau d'une embarcation]to bail [scoop] [remove water from a boat]
charbonnerto blacken [from heat, fire]
mil. déposer qn. [destituer]to depose sb. [remove from office]
déserterto desert [from the military, one's duties etc.]
mettre pied à terreto dismount [from a horse, bicycle, etc.]
se sauverto escape [from disaster, fire]
écorcher qn./ excoriate sb./sth. [rub the skin from]
faire un alinéato indent sth. [put in from margin]
typ. mettre qc. en retraitto indent sth. [put in from margin]
soutirer qc. [bière, vin : clarifier]to rack sth. [beer, wine: filter and decant from cask]
se rétablirto rally [recover from illness]
prendre sa retraiteto retire [from work]
cuis. écumer qc. [bouillon, sirop]to skim sth. [remove froth from a boiling liquid]
fin. ponctionner de l'argent à soak sb. [coll.] [fig.] [take disproportionate amount of money from]
épargner qn./ spare sb./sth. [from harm, punishment etc.]
tressauterto start [jump from fright etc.]
larme {f}
tear [from crying]
cuis. mouclade {f}[meal made from mussels]
vêt. grenouillère {f}Babygro® [all-in-one babysuit made from stretch fabric]
ethn. Belge {m}Belgian [person from Belgium]
ethn. Belge {f}Belgian [person from Belgium] [female]
édition troisième {f} de couvertureblurb [also: dust cover blurb] [from back - inside cover]
édition deuxième {f} de couvertureblurb [also: dust cover blurb] [from front - inside cover]
relig. chasteté {f}celibacy [abstaining from sex]
hist. mil. vêt. chausses {}chausses [armour for the legs, usually made from mail]
sapin {m} [bois]deal [wood from Scots pine]
dégonflement {m}deflation [unintended release of air from tyre etc.]
libération {f} [d'un soldat]discharge [of soldier from service]
sport plongeon {m} [discipline]diving [from a height into water]
mil. largage {m} [d'une bombe d'un avion]dropping [of a bomb from an aircraft]
exemption {f}exemption [from duty]
réactions {}feedback {sg} [from people]
limaille {f}filings {pl} [residue from filing]
ethn. Flamande {f}Fleming [female person from Flanders]
ethn. Flamand {m}Fleming [person from Flanders]
occup. permission {f} de sortiefurlough [Am.] [temporary release from prison]
géogr. Outre-Rhin {m} [Allemagne]Germany [as viewed from France: over the Rhine]
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]
giron {m}lap [fold of the body from waist to knees when sitting]
bueé {f}mist [from breath, on window]
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]
hist. gentilhomme {m} [noble de naissance]nobleman [from birth]
passage {m} [transformation]passage [from one phase to another]
piqûre {f} [avec une aiguille]prick [from pin, thorn]
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