|   All Languages   
EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   SK   NL   PT   LA   FI   ES   HU   NO   BG   HR   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   SQ   EL   UK   BS   |   FR   SK   IS   ES   NL   RO   HU   PL   SV   NO   RU   FI   SQ   IT   DA   CS   PT   HR   BG   LA   EO   SR   BS   TR   EL

Dictionnaire Anglais-Français

French-English translation for: [instrument]
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|New Website|About|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!

in other languages:

Deutsch - Albanisch
Deutsch - Bosnisch
Deutsch - Bulgarisch
Deutsch - Dänisch
Deutsch - Englisch
Deutsch - Esperanto
Deutsch - Finnisch
Deutsch - Französisch
Deutsch - Isländisch
Deutsch - Italienisch
Deutsch - Latein
Deutsch - Niederländisch
Deutsch - Norwegisch
Deutsch - Portugiesisch
Deutsch - Rumänisch
Deutsch - Russisch
Deutsch - Schwedisch
Deutsch - Slowakisch
Deutsch - Spanisch
Deutsch - Türkisch
Deutsch - Ungarisch
English - Albanian
English - Bulgarian
English - Czech
English - Danish
English - Dutch
English - Finnish
English - French
English - Hungarian
English - Icelandic
English - Italian
English - Latin
English - Norwegian
English - Polish
English - Portuguese
English - Romanian
English - Russian
English - Slovak
English - Spanish
English - Swedish
English - all languages
Add to ...
We are trying to build up a Ukrainian-German dictionary!
Please contribute translations or audio recordings if you can!

Dictionary French English: [instrument]

Translation 1 - 43 of 43


» Restrict search to this language


» Restrict search to this language

mus. bas {adj} [instrument]bass
contondant {adj}blunt [instrument, weapon]
incisif {adj} [instrument]sharp
mus. accorder qc. [instrument]to pitch sth. [instrument]
mus. accorder qc. [instrument]to tune sth.
méd. aseptiser qc. [pansement, instrument chirurgical]to sterilise sth. [Br.]
méd. aseptiser qc. [pansement, instrument chirurgical]to sterilize sth. [Am.]
TechMéd. flamber qc. [aiguille, instrument chirurgical]to sterilise sth. in a flame [Br.]
TechMéd. flamber qc. [aiguille, instrument chirurgical]to sterilize sth. in a flame
cloche {f} [instrument de musique]
phys. aimant {m} [instrument]
chasse mus. appeau {m} [pipeau]call [instrument for imitating a particular bird or other animal]
mus. bec {m}mouthpiece [wood instrument]
mus. bois {m} [instrument]woodwind
mus. bombarde {f}bombarde [woodwind instrument, most commonly played in Brittany]
mus. bouzouki {m} [instrument de musique répandu en Grèce]bouzouki
hist. mil. mus. buccin {m} [trompette]buccina [also: bucina, buccin or bucine] [brass instrument used in Roman Army]
mus. casserole {f} [fam.] [instrument de musique]flat instrument [off-key instrument]
mus. casserole {f} [fam.] [instrument de musique]off-key instrument
TechMéd. cautère {m}cautery (knife) [instrument]
outil. chalumeau {m} [instrument à combustion]welding torch
mus. chevalet {m}bridge [on a stringed instrument]
mus. cheville {f} [d'instrument de musique]tuning peg
mus. clairon {m} [instrument]bugle
mus. embouchure {f}mouthpiece [brass instrument]
mus. frette {f}  un instrument à cordes]fret
mus. gadoulka {f} [instrument de Bulgarie]gadulka
lunette {f} [instrument d'optique]telescope
outil. mètre {m} [instrument]meter ruler [Am.]
outil. mètre {m} [instrument]metre rule [Br.]
mus. registre {m}range [of an instrument, voice]
mus. sonorité {f} [d'un instrument, d'une voix]tone
timbre {m} [sonnette, instrument de musique]bell [door bell, small bell,]
mus. touche {f} [d'instrument à cordes]fret
mus. tympanon {m}[string instrument, similar to a zither]
astron. constr. géol. visée {f} [avec un instrument]sighting
2 Words: Verbs
mus. jouer de qc. [instrument de musique]to play sth. [music instrument]
2 Words: Nouns
mus. anche {f} doubledouble reed [instrument]
mus. hammered dulcimer {m}[string instrument, similar to a zither]
mus. premier violon {m}first violin [person, instrument]
mus. son {m} plaintifwail [of musical instrument]
3 Words: Verbs
auto tech. tomber en panne [voiture, appareil, instrument]to malfunction [fail to function]
5+ Words: Nouns
hist. pol. Grand Privilège {m} des Pays de par-deçà [1477]Great Privilege [an instrument signed by Mary of Burgundy in 1477, following death of her father at Battle of Nancy. It reconfirmed the rights of Flanders, Brabant, Hainaut, and Holland]
» See 43 more translations for instrument outside of comments
Feel free to link to this translation! Permanent link: https://enfr.dict.cc/?s=%5Binstrument%5D
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!
Search time: 0.050 sec


Contribute to the Dictionary: Add a Translation

Do you know English-French translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

To avoid spam or junk postings you will be asked to log in
or specify your e-mail address after you submit this form.
English more...
Word Class more...
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2024 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
French-English online dictionary (Dictionnaire Anglais-Français) developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers