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géogr. pol. duché {m} de BourgogneDuchy of Burgundy [emerged in the 9th century as one of the successors of the ancient Kingdom of the Burgundians]
hort. tailler qc. [haie]to cut back sth. [hedge]
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]
géogr. hist. mil. Unverified guerre {f} des Hameçons et des Cabillauds [aussi guerre des Crochets et des Cabillauds] [1345-1490]Hook and Cod wars [1345-1490] [series of battles in the County of Holland between the Cod faction (the more progressive cities of Holland) and the Hook faction ( the conservative noblemen).]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de ZélandeCounty of Zeeland [county of the Holy Roman Empire in the Low Countries, covering an area in the Scheldt and Meuse delta (roughly today's Dutch province of Zeeland)]
agr. basse-cour {f} [lieu]chicken-run [chicken run and coop]
hist. mil. bataille {f} de Poitiers [1356]Battle of Poitiers [in 1356 was the 2nd major success, after Crécy, by England under Edward, the Black Prince, against France, under King John II, in the 100 Years' War]
hist. mil. pol. Unverified bataille {f} de Brouwershaven [1426]Battle of Brouwershaven [in 1426, was part of the (1345-1490) wars over control of the Low Countries and resulted in victory for the Duke of Burgundy against mainly English forces]
géogr. hist. duché {m} de BrabantDuchy of Brabant [a State of the Holy Roman Empire established in 1183. Most of the duchy's former territories, are in today's Belgium except for the Dutch province of North Brabant]
hist. mil. pol. traité {m} de Brétigny [1360] [traité de Calais]Treaty of Brétigny [Treaty signed in 1360 between King Edward III of England and King John II of France, marking the end of the first phase of the 100 Years' War]
édition relig. livre {m} d'heuresBook of Hours [abbreviated form of the breviary which contained the Divine Office recited in monasteries]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} des Deux-RosesWar of the Roses [series of civil wars in England between 1455 and 1487, when the House of Lancaster and the House of York fought for control of the throne of England]
relig. Saint-Siège {m}Apostolic See [used today to denote the Pope as well as the Curia]
border qc. [longer]to border sth. [run along side]
relig. Dieu le Père, Dieu le Fils et le Saint-Esprit.the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
hist. pol. traité {f} de Troyes [1420]Treaty of Troyes [in 1420, after victory at Agincourt, Henry V of England signed the Treaty with the wife of the demential Charles VI of France, confirming Henry as King of England AND France]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de HollandeCounty of Holland [originally a State of the Holy Roman Empire and from 1433 part of the Burgundian Netherlands]
anat. temporal {adj}temporal [on the side of the head]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de FlandreCounty of Flanders [historic territory in the Low Countries founded in 862, centred around the cities of Ghent, Bruges and Ypres]
rangerto clean [tidy up]
hist. mil. pol. Le traité {m} de Tournai [1385]The Peace of Tournai [1385, between the Burgundian Duke Philip II and the rebellious city of Ghent]
relig. évêque {m} de WinchesterBishop of Winchester [diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Winchester, one of the oldest and most important in England]
hist. relig. Séparation {f} des Églises d'Orient et d'OccidentEast–West Schism [split of Christianity between the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church, beginning in 1054]
inform. démarrer qc.to boot sth. [start up]
replier qc.to collapse sth. [fold up]
étayer qc. [raisonnement]to support sth. [back up]
hist. pol. maison {f} de Valois-Bourgogne [seconde maison de Bourgogne]House of Valois-Burgundy [cadet branch of the House of Valois, ruling the Duchy of Burgundy from 1363 to 1482]
scinder qc.to split sth. [split up, break down]
sous huitaine {adv}next week [up to maximum 8 days]
frayer qc.to clear sth. [open up a way through]
passer prendre qn./qc.to collect sb./sth. [pick up]
coffrer qn. [fam.]to nick sb. [Br.] [coll.] [lock up]
mettre qc. à jourto upgrade sth. [bring up-to-date]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} d'Othée [1408]Battle of Othée [in 1408 the militia and citizens of Liège suffered a heavy defeat against a professional army under John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy.]
à grande peine {adv}painstakingly [build up, gather with a great deal of effort]
monter qc. [assembler, fixer sur un support]to mount sth. [fix, put up on display]
mus. RadioTV théâtre programmation {f} [musique, spectacle, émission]lineup [also: line-up] [music, acts billed for a show, schedule of events]
hist. mil. Bataille {f} de Bouvines [1214]Battle of Bouvines [the concluding battle of the Anglo-French War of 1213–1214.A French army under King Philip Augustus defeated an Allied army under Holy Roman Emperor Otto IV]
armes hist. mil. ribaudquin {m}ribauldquin [introduced in 14C - volley gun with many small-caliber iron barrels set up parallel on a platform]
C'est au tour de qn./qc.It is the turn for sb./sth. [It is up to sb./sth.]
hist. mil. relig. Jeanne d'Arc {f} [1412-1431] [La Pucelle d'Orléans] [La Pucelle de Lorraine]Joan of Arc [1412-1431] [The Maid of Orléans] [The Maid of Lorraine]
myth. Moires {f.pl}Moerae [the Fates]
myth. Moires {f.pl}Moirai [the Fates]
anat. méd. articulaire {adj}articular [of the joints]
anat. auriculaire {adj}aural [relating to the ear]
manifestation {f}demonstration [on the streets]
vestige {m}relic [of the past]
gifle {f}slap [in the face]
astron. ésot. astre {m}star [in the sky]
anat. immunitaire {adj}immune [of the immune system]
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