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

Translation 1 - 46 of 46

éduc. Plus est en vous.[A motto used by a number of colleges, including Gordonstoun School (Scotland), roughly translated as 'There is more in you'.]
ménager {adj}household [attr.] [used in household]
qn. pouvaitsb. could [used to be able to, was able to]
trottinette {f}
scooter [used by a child]
naut. bisquine {f}[French fishing boat typically used for oyster fishing]
alim. cuis. fruit {m} à coque[generic name for all kinds of nuts, generally used in allegy warnings]
hist. adoubement {m}accolade [ceremonial gesture used to confer knighthood]
audio phys. acoustique {f}acoustics [used with a singular verb]
bic® {m}biro [Br.] [often used as a generic term for any ballpoint pen] [Biro™]
hist. mil. mus. buccin {m} [trompette]buccina [also: bucina, buccin or bucine] [brass instrument used in Roman Army]
armes hist. mil. colichemarde {f}colichemarde [smallsword used in late 17C and 18C]
ramassage {m}collection [used objects, trash]
arch. mil. contrescarpe {f}counterscarp [outer side of a ditch or moat used in fortifications]
audio électr. électroacoustique {f}electroacoustics [used with a singular verb]
unit aune {f} [ancienne mesure de longueur]ell [former measure of length, generally used for textiles]
laine {f} de boisexcelsior [Am.] [wood shavings used for packing]
copeaux {m.pl} d'emballageexcelsior {sg} [Am.] [wood shavings used for packing]
textile fibres {f.pl}fluff {sg} [fibres used for stuffing]
sport hurley {m}hurley [stick used in hurling] [also: hurl or hurling stick]
cuis. mou {m}lights {pl} [animal lungs used as food]
sport crécelle {f}rattle [used at a sport's venue]
mil. mus. Réveil {m}Reveille [bugle call, trumpet call, drum, fife-and-drum or pipes call, chiefly used to wake military personnel at sunrise]
cuis. roux {m}roux [flour and fat cooked together and used to thicken sauces]
arch. mil. escarpement {m}scarp [inner side of a ditch or moat used in fortifications]
mus. accordéon {m} schwyzoisSchwyzerörgeli [diatonic button accordion used in Swiss folk music]
textile scoubidou {m}scoubidou [material used in knotting craft, which originated in France]
sport sliotar {m}sliotar [ball used in hurling]
ésot. occup. astrologue {f}starmonger [female] [used in contempt]
ésot. occup. astrologue {m}starmonger [used in contempt]
armes pistolet {m} électriquetaser [used as a generic term]
armes pistolet {m} paralysanttaser [used as a generic term]
armes pistolet {m} à impulsion électrique <PIE> [taser®]taser [used as a generic term]
matériel pierre {f} de touchetouchstone [stone used for testing alloys of gold]
équi. arçon {m}tree [wooden frame used to make a saddle]
2 Words: Verbs
toucher à sa finto give out [idiom] [be used up, run out]
2 Words: Nouns
arch. abat-sons {m.pl}abat-sons [usually used in plural]
relig. Saint-Siège {m}Apostolic See [used today to denote the Pope as well as the Curia]
hist. pol. Couronne {f} de ferIron Crown [reliquary and one of the oldest royal insignia of Christendom. A relic from the Kingdom of the Lombards, used for the coronation of the Holy Roman Emperors as Kings of Italy]
relig. bréviaire {m}prayer book [used by priests]
balayette {f}small broom [used for brushing]
ésot. occup. astrologue {f}star-monger [female] [used in contempt]
ésot. occup. astrologue {m}star-monger [used in contempt]
3 Words: Others
Bonjour Messieurs-Dames !Good morning everybody! [often used when entering a village shop]
à vendre tel quel {adv} [pour un objet d'occasion]sold as is [Am.] [used object]
Il ne fallait pas ! [formule de politesse]You shouldn't have! [used to thank sb. politely]
3 Words: Nouns
grille {f} tournante [tourniquet pleine hauteur]revolving metal gate [typically used at zoos, outdoor swimming pools]
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