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French-English translation for: French horn
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NOUN   a French horn | French horns
SYNO   French horn | horn
mus. cor {m} (d'harmonie)French horn
Partial Matches
auto avertisseur {m}horn
anat. mus. zool. corne {f}horn
klaxon {m}horn [hooter]
ichtyo. T
géogr. corne {f} de l'AfriqueHorn of Africa
ling. français {m}French
français {adj}French <Fr.>
anglo-français {adj}Anglo-French
francophone {adj}French-speaking
suisse romand {adj}Swiss French
ethn. géogr. ling. québécois {m} [langue]Canadian French
ethn. géogr. Franco-Québécois {m}French Canadian
sujet {m} francaisFrench citizen
géogr. hist. pol. Flandre {f} francaiseFrench Flanders
fin. monnaie franc {m} françaisFrench franc
baiser {m} langue en boucheFrench kiss
patin {m} [baiser] [fam.]French kiss
géogr. Polynésie française {f} [collectivité d'outre-mer]French Polynesia
hist. pol. Révolution {f} françaiseFrench Revolution
éduc. ling. occup. professeur {m} de françaisFrench teacher
arch. porte-fenêtre {f}French window
Françaises {}French women
francophone {m} {f}French-speaker
ethn. ling. moyen-français {m}Middle French
bot. T
les Français {} [la population]the French [people]
ethn. géogr. Franco-Québécoise {f}French Canadian [female]
cuis. sauce {f} vinaigretteFrench dressing [Br.]
cuis. pommes {} fritesfrench fries [Am.]
géogr. Guyane {f} [département et région d'outre-mer]French Guiana <.gf>
éduc. ling. occup. professeur {f} de françaisFrench teacher [female]
filer à l'anglaiseto take French leave
géogr. hist. pol. ancien protectorat {m} françaisformer French protectorate
hist. pol. Empire {m} colonial françaisFrench Colonial Empire
trains Société {f} Nationale des Chemins de fer français <SNCF>French National Railways
adm. géogr. pol. France {f} d'outre-merFrench overseas territory
francophonie {f}French-speaking countries
dr. pol. les autorités {} françaisesthe French authorities
pol. la République {f} françaisethe French Republic
film F Les Bronzés [Patrice Leconte]French Fried Vacation
bot. cuis. T
Pardonnez-moi l'expression.Pardon my French. [coll.]
sport Ligue {f} 1 [football]French premier division [football]
dr. La Piscine {f} [fam.]French Secret Service [nickname]
compagnie {f} républicaine de sécurité <CRS>French state security police
comm. hist. Unverified Compagnie {f} des Indes orientalesFrench East India Company
littérat. lettres {} modernesFrench language and literature
CRS {m}French state security policeman
cuis. ichtyo. moules {} fritesmussels and French fries
film F Les Bronzés font du ski [Patrice Leconte]French Fried Vacation 2
film F Les Bronzés 3 : Amis pour la vie [Patrice Leconte]French Fried Vacation 3
géogr. terres {} australes et antarctiques françaises [collectivité d'outre-mer]French Southern and Antarctic Lands
ling. VocVoy. Comment appelle-t-on cela en français ?What's that called in French?
éduc. littérat. occup. professeur {m} de lettres modernesprofessor of French language and literature
hist. mil. connétable {m}supreme commander of the French armies
hist. calendrier {m} républicain français [aussi : calendrier révolutionnaire français]French Republican calendar [also: French Revolutionary calendar]
C'est un Anglo-Français.He's half English and half French.
éduc. littérat. occup. professeur {f} de lettres modernesprofessor of French language and literature [female]
hist. pol. le Premier Consul {m} de la République françaisethe first consul of the French Republic
agr. cuis. cabécou {m}soft French goat cheese [primarily from the Massif Central region]
hist. mil. pol. le régiment {m} des Gardes françaisesThe French Guards [elite infantry regiment created in 1563 as part of the Military Household of the King of France, specifically to protect the monarch (and, later, Emperor Napoleon)]
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