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French-English translation for: [middle class]
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Dictionary French English: [middle class]

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exigeant {adj}sophisticated [high-class, highbrow]
soutenu {adj} {past-p}sophisticated [high-class, highbrow]
méd. zool. T
cuis. zool. T
pol. ouvrier {adj} [classe sociale]working [social class]
grisette {f} [vieilli parfois péj.]grisette [also: grizette] [French working-class woman from the late 17th century onwards]
cuis. tomme {f}tomme [generic name given to a class of cheese produced mainly in the French Alps and in Switzerland]
hist. occup. vêt. chaussetier {m} [vieux]hosier [dated] [Middle Ages]
hist. occup. vêt. chaussetière {f} [vieux]hosier [female] [dated] [Middle Ages]
hist. vilain {m}villein [feudal tenant in Middle Ages]
adm. hist. centaine {f}[an administrative region in the Middle Ages]
hist. vilaine {f}villein [feudal tenant in Middle Ages] [female]
armes hist. bombarde {f}bombard [Middle Age cannon firing a stone ball]
cuis. sharbat {m} [boisson du Moyen-Orient]sherbet [Middle Eastern cold drink]
arch. hist. sci. castellologie {f}castellology [study of castle building, especially in the Middle Ages]
nègre {m} [raciste]wog [Br.] [sl.] [offensive] [South Asian, Middle-Eastern man]
hist. pol. Joyeuse Entrée {f}Joyous Entry [in Middle Ages, ceremonial first visit of a prince to his country,]
hist. occup. jongleur {m}jongleur [dated] [Middle Ages]
hist. mil. vêt. aiguillette {f} [vêtement]aiguillette [functional or purely decorative fastener of silk cord with metal tips especially in the late Middle Ages]
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. pol. royaume {m} de CastilleKingdom of Castile [large and powerful state on the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. In 1479, the crowns of Aragon and Castile were united to form the nucleus of modern Spain.]
 
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