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French-English translation for: BOL
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Dictionary French English: BOL

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NOUN   le bol | les bols
cuis. bol {m}
4
bowl
cuis. bol {m}basin [bowl]
cuis. bol {m}dish
bol {m} [fam.] [chance]chance [luck]
2 Words
cuis. bol {m} mélangeurmixing bowl
cuis. grand bol {m}mixing bowl
3 Words
avoir du bol [fig.] [fam.]to be fortunate
avoir du bol [fig.] [fam.]to be lucky
avoir du bol [fig.] [fam.]to be in luck
avoir du bol [fig.] [fam.]to be favored by fortune [Am.]
avoir du bol [fig.] [fam.]to be favoured by fortune [Br.]
cuis. bol {m} de cafébowl of coffee
cuis. bol {m} de laitbowl of milk
bol {m} de toilettetoilet bowl
agr. MédVét. bol {m} de traitestrip cup
coup {m} de bol [loc.]stroke of luck [idiom]
ras-le-bol {m} [fam.]tedium
ras-le-bol {m} [fam.]weariness
5+ Words
cuis. avaler gloutonnement un bol de soupeto wolf down a bowl of soup [idiom]
en avoir ras le bol [fam.]to be brassed off [Br.] [coll.]
en avoir ras le bol [fam.]to be fed up to the back teeth [coll.] [idiom]
en avoir ras-le-bol de qc.to be sick and tired of sth.
 
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