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pourtant {adv}
8
however [indicating contrast or contradiction]
plus ou moins {adv}about [more or less]
bible relig. apocryphe {adj}apocryphal [of, or pertaining to, the Apocrypha. Of doubtful authenticity]
À votre santé !Cheers! [formal or plural]
comtal {adj}comital [of or relating to a count]
commis {adj} {past-p} [attentat, meurtre]committed [murder or attempt on sb.'s life]
crépusculaire {adj}crepuscular [literary or formal]
fictif {adj} [personnage, récit, exemple]fictitious [of or in novels]
doré {adj} {past-p} [recouvert d'or fin]gilded
blasé {adj} [indifférent]indifferent [not important or interesting]
méd. pharm. médicamenteux {adj}medicinal [relating to medicines or drugs]
prodigue {adj}profligate [recklessly prodigal or extravagant]
puissant {adj}puissant [archaic or liter.]
méd. rachitique {adj} [personne]rachitic [affected with, suffering from, or characteristic of rickets]
nauséabond {adj}rank [smell or taste: unpleasant]
attentionné {adj}thoughtful [of a an act or person: nice, attentive]
peu profitable {adj} [inutile]unprofitable [fig.] [not worthwhile or productive]
Verbs
décrocher qc.
2
to unhook sth. [e.g., a wagon or take a phone off the hook]
maintenir qc. en équilibreto balance sth. [put or keep in a position]
dr. tech. truffer qc. de microsto bug sth. [to install secret listening devices in or on sth.]
faire s'effondrer qc.to collapse sth. [cause sth. to fall down or give way]
réfréner qc. [aussi : refréner]to contain sth. [control or restrain]
raccourcir qc. [séjour]to foreshorten sth. [reduce in time or scale]
geindreto moan [with pain or displeasure]
coincer qn. [fam.] [voleur]to nab sb. [coll.] [to seize a fugitive or wrongdoer]
se voir [tache, étiquette, marque, émotion]to show [be visible or evident]
décrocher qc. [fam.] [obtenir]to snag sth. [Am.] [coll.] [obtain by quick action or good fortune]
visiter (qn./qc.)to visit (sb./sth.) [when a person, a visit to a sick person or prisoner by a doctor or priest, not a social visit]
Nouns
pince-sans-rire {m}[person with a deadpan sense of humour or dry wit]
comm. parapharmacie {f} [magasin][shop or department of a store selling toiletries and vitamins]
géogr. La Corogne {f}A Coruña [historical English: Corunna or The Groyne] [city in Galicia, Spain]
dr. droit {m} de visiteaccess [esp. to approach or see children]
hist. mil. vêt. aiguillette {f} [vêtement]aiguillette [functional or purely decorative fastener of silk cord with metal tips especially in the late Middle Ages]
aspérité {f}asperity [sharpness of attitude or speech]
astron. astronau spationautique {f}astronautics [treated as sg. or pl.]
arrière {m}back [rear, hidden or last in line]
littérat. barde {m} [poète]bard [archaic or litterary] [poet]
grief {m}beef [coll.] [complaint or grievance]
ling. belgicisme {m}Belgicism [Belgian French word or phrase]
cannibalisation {f} [fig.]cannibalism [fig.] [exploiting or repurposing parts of sth.]
célébration {f}celebration [act or work of praise]
mus. chant {m} (scandé)chant [slogan, choir or crowd singing]
citerne {f}cistern [in loft or underground]
transport {m} [moyen]conveyance [formal or hum.] [means of transport]
altération {f}corruption [of data or grammatical form]
géogr. hist. Dauphiné {m} [aussi : Dauphiné de Viennois]Dauphiné [also: Dauphiny or Dauphiné of Viennois ] [a former province in southeastern France]
habitant {m}denizen [formal or hum.]
divulgation {f}disclosure [act of revealing or thing revealed]
bibine {f} [fam.] [péj.]dishwater [cheap beer or other alcoholic drink]
géogr. Djerba {f} [île tunisienne] [aussi : Jerba]Djerba [also Jerba or Jarbah]
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