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Dictionary French English: [newspaper]

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FrenchEnglish
de province {adj} [journal, ville]provincial [newspaper, town]
Verbs
annuler la réservation de qc.to discontinue sth. [a newspaper or periodical]
étaler qc. [carte, journal, etc.]to distribute sth. [card, newspaper, etc.]
Nouns
arts journ. dessin {m} humoristiquecartoon [in newspaper etc.]
chronique {f} [rubrique de presse]column [in a newspaper]
journ. occup. rédactrice {f} [journal]editor [female] [newspaper]
journ. occup. rédacteur {m} [journal]editor [newspaper]
journ. article {m} de têteleader [in newspaper]
titre {m} [journal]masthead [title of a newspaper]
comm. journ. occup. porte-parole {m}mouthpiece [spokesperson, newspaper]
encre {f} d'imprimerienewsprint [newspaper ink]
journ. journal {m}paper [coll.] [newspaper]
journ. illustration {f} [petite image]picture [in newspaper etc.]
journ. journal {m} à sensationrag [coll.] [low-quality newspaper]
journ. gazette {f} [journal]rag [coll.] [newspaper]
journ. feuille {f} de chou [fam.]rag [coll.] [newspaper]
journ. canard {m} [fam.] [péj.] [journal]rag [coll.] [pej.] [newspaper]
section {f}section [road, border, river, newspaper etc.]
édition journ. journal {m} hebdomadaireweekly [newspaper]
2 Words
feuilleter qc. [survoler]to flip through sth. [book, newspaper]
journ. sociol. carnet {m} rosebirth announcement [in newspaper]
avis {m} mortuairedeath notice [in newspaper etc.]
avis {m} de décèsdeath notice [in newspaper etc.]
journ. une {f} [d'un journal]front page [of a newspaper]
journ. sport chronique {f} sportivesports report [in a newspaper]
3 Words
journ. s'étaler sur qc. [journal]to be emblazoned across sth. [e.g. logo on a newspaper]
journ. venir troubler la douleur de qn.to intrude on sb.'s grief [e.g. tabloid newspaper]
journ. sociol. carnet {m} roseannouncement of birth [in newspaper]
4 Words
journ. tirer à 3 millions d'exemplaires [journal]to print 3 million copies [newspaper]
5+ Words
journ. se spécialiser dans le sensuel et la violentto concentrate on sex and violence [e.g. tabloid newspaper]
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