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pourtant {adv}
however [indicating contrast or contradiction]
cuis. en papillote {adj}[cooked wrapped in greaseproof paper or foil]
long comme un jour sans pain {adj} [loc.][French idiom for: very long and tedious or very tall]
plus ou moins {adv}about [more or less]
bible relig. apocryphe {adj}apocryphal [of, or pertaining to, the Apocrypha. Of doubtful authenticity]
hist. philos. relig. apollinien {adj}Apollonian [of or relating to Apollo or his cult]
Soyez ...Be ... [French formal or plural]
méd. sociol. soignant [paramédical]caring {prefix} [descriptor for a person or place that gives care]
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]
d'égale importance {adj}coordinate [equal in rank or importance] [also: co-ordinate]
cosm. méd. de ouate {adj}cotton [attr.] [e.g. ball or swab, bud or stick, pad, pliers]
crépusculaire {adj}crepuscular [literary or formal]
abscons {adj}cryptic [using cipher or code]
arts myth. relig. historié {adj} {past-p}decorated [with historical, mythological or biblical scenes]
fictif {adj} [personnage, récit, exemple]fictitious [of or in novels]
à compter de {prep}  partir de telle date]from [a specific date or period in history]
doré {adj} {past-p} [recouvert d'or fin]gilded
boiteux [péj.] [handicapé]gimpy [coll.] [pej.] [crippled, esp. in legs or feet]
confus {adj}harebrained [scatterbrained, muddleheaded or rash]
pol. sans étiquette {adj}independent [not belonging to or supported by a political party]
blasé {adj} [indifférent]indifferent [not important or interesting]
peu glorieux {adj}inglorious [not celebrated or glorified]
fichu {adj} {past-p} [fam.] [détruit]jiggered [Br.] [coll.] [thing: damaged or broken; person: exhausted]
foutu {adj} {past-p} [fam.]jiggered [Br.] [coll.] [thing: damaged or broken; person: exhausted]
diversifié {adj}manifold {adj} [formal or literary]
méd. pharm. médicamenteux {adj}medicinal [relating to medicines or drugs]
truculent {adj} [personnage]natural [free from affectation or constraint] [manner, person, etc]
à la dernière mode {adj}newfangled [pej.] [of a new kind or fashion, needlessly novel]
rapiat {adj} [fam.]niggardly [reluctant to give or spend money]
Ouf !Phew! [coll.] [to express relief or fatigue]
infidèle {adj} [homme]philandering [of a married or virtually married man]
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]
sonné {adj} {past-p} [fam.] [étourdi par un choc physique ou émotionnel]stunned [by a physical or emotional shock]
te {pron}thee [archaic or British regional]
attentionné {adj}thoughtful [of a an act or person: nice, attentive]
ton {adj}thy [archaic or regional British]
pharm. topique {adj}topical [relating or applied directly to a part of the body]
Bah !Tush! [archaic or hum.]
peu profitable {adj} [inutile]unprofitable [fig.] [not worthwhile or productive]
véritable {adj}veritable [literary or humorous]
Ouf !Whew! [coll.] [to express relief or fatigue]
{adv}whither [archaic or literary]
décrocher qc.
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]
apercevoir qn./qc.to behold sb./sth. [literary or archaic]
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