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French-English translation for: [people]
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Dictionary French English: [people]

Translation 1 - 51 of 51

autrui {pron}
others [other people]
adapté aux handicapés {adj}accessible [for people with impairments / disabilities]
sociol. aménagé pour les handicapés {adj}accessible [for people with impairments / disabilities]
cocasse {adj} [fam.] [ridicule]nuts [coll.] [pred.] [esp. people]
battre qn./qc.
to beat sb./sth. [eggs, people]
s'assemblerto collect [gather] [of people]
se rassemblerto collect [gather] [of people]
se séparer [se disperser]to disperse [e.g. a group of people]
phys. stimuler qn./qc. [fig. pour personnes]to energise sb./sth. [Br.] [fig. for people] [fill with energy]
phys. stimuler qn./qc. [fig. pour personnes]to energize sb./sth. [fig. for people] [fill with energy]
se rassembler [personnes]to gather [as people]
s'assemblerto gather [esp. people]
se côtoyerto mix [people]
s'éparpiller [fig.]to scatter [of people, animals]
foule {f} [de personnes]
bunch [of people] [coll.]
afflux {m}
influx [people, money]
bande {f}band [strip of cloth, group of people]
discorde {f}disagreement [between people]
zizanie {f} [littéraire] [fig.]discord [formal] [between people]
expédition {f} [voyage, membres d'une voyage]expedition [organised journey, people on journey]
réactions {f.pl}feedback {sg} [from people]
bande {f} [groupe]group [people]
maison {f} [maisonnée, famille]household [people]
ethn. géogr. Kalmouks {m.pl}Kalmyks [people of Kalmykia]
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]
émigration {f}migration [people]
peuple {m} [de pays]nation [people]
retraite {f} [pension]pension [for retired people]
bible ethn. hist. Philistins {m.pl}Philistines [ancient Near Eastern people]
ling. romani {m} {f} [aussi : rromani]Romani [language of the Roma people]
ling. rromanès {m} [aussi : romani]Romany [language of the Roma people]
groupe {m} de sixsextet [group of six people]
tension {f} [entre personnes]strain [fig.] [tension between people]
les Danois {m.pl}the Danes [people]
les Danois {m.pl}the Danish [people]
les Français {m.pl} [la population]the French [people]
trio {m}trio [group of three: people, musicians, things]
blé {m} en herbe [fig.]youth [treated as sg. or pl.] [young people]
2 Words: Others
d'autruiof others [other people]
2 Words: Verbs
se séparer [se disperser]to break up [e.g. a group of people]
se revoirto meet again [people]
colporter qc.to spread sth. around [telling other people]
2 Words: Nouns
ethn. géogr. Aïnous {m.pl}Ainu people [indigenous people of the lands surrounding the Sea of Okhotsk]
irruption {f} [entrée soudaine et violente de personnes dans un lieu]bursting in [of people into a place]
ethn. géogr. Les Maasaï {m.pl} [aussi : Massaï, Masaï ou Maassaï]The Maasai {pl} [people]
3 Words: Others
beaucoup de {adj} {prep} [+gens, etc.]a great many [+people etc.]
Pense à eux / elles. [fam.]Think about them. [people, animate beings]
de mémoire d'homme {adv} [loc.]within living memory [idiom] [within or during a time that is remembered by people still alive]
3 Words: Nouns
nœud {m} de vipères [fig.] [loc.]nest of vipers [fig.] [idiom] [group of iniquitous people, congregating together]
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir de l'entregentto be able to mix well [with other people]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. cuis. T
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