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French-English translation for: Fair play [esp Irish]
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Dictionary French English: Fair play [esp Irish]

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franc-jeu {m}fair play
zizi {m} [fam.] [pénis]mickey [Irish] [coll.] [penis]
juste {adj}fair
blond {adj}fair-haired
comm. commerce {m} équitablefair trade
comm. compt. juste prix {m}fair value
clair {adj} [cheveux, peau]fair [hair, skin]
jouerto play
théâtre pièce {f}play
jeu {m} [activité]play
jeux jouer aux dominosto play dominoes
mus. jouer en sourdineto play softly
mus. jouer du violonto play the violin
jeu {m} de motsplay on words
ludique {adj} [qui relève du jeu]play [attr.]
loc. faire l'école buissonnièreto play hooky [Am.]
loc. faire l'école buissonnièreto play truant [Br.]
sport jouer au foot [fam.]to play football [Br.]
sport jouer au foot [fam.]to play soccer [Am.]
mus. jouer de la batterieto play the drums
théâtre faire de la figurationto play as an extra
improviser le moment venuto play it by ear [fig.]
jouer d'après les règlesto play by the rules
foire {f}fair [fun fair, book fair]
jouer à qc. [jeu, sport]to play sth. [game, sport]
mus. jouer de qc. [instrument de musique]to play sth. [music instrument]
jouer à cache-cacheto play hide and seek
sport jouer au footballto play football [Br.]
Unverified faire une farce à play a (practical) joke on sb.
jouer avec qn. au chat et à la souris [loc.]to play cat and mouse with sb. [idiom]
jouer un (sale) tour à play a (mean) trick on sb.
gris {adj}grey [esp. Br.]
moite {adj}damp [esp. skin]
petit {adj}wee [esp. Scot.]
comm. fin. acompte {m}instalment [esp. Br.]
occup. bijoutière {f}jeweller [esp. Br.] [female]
cuis. bretzel {m}pretzel [esp. Am.]
éduc. cahier {m}exercise book [esp. school]
cannette {f}tin [esp. Br.: can]
tech. carburateur {m}carburettor [esp. Br.]
pol. chancellerie {f}chancery [esp. Br.]
éduc. classe {f}form [esp. Br.]
occup. cosmonaute {m}cosmonaut [esp. Russian]
comm. denrée {f}commodity [consumable, esp. food]
éboueur {m}garbage man [esp. Am.]
cuis. entrée {f}starter [esp. Br.]
évaluation {f}assessment [esp. Am.] [appraisal]
film film {m}movie [esp. Am.]
immo. garçonnière {f}bachelor flat [esp. Br.]
meub. lampadaire {f}floor lamp [esp. Am.]
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