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French-English translation for: Take care of yourself
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fleurer smell of sth.
cuis. méd. cuillerée {f} despoonful of
énormément de {prep}a lot of
gratuit {adj}free of charge
gratuitement {adv}free of charge
pêchu {adj} [fam.]full of energy
défoncé {adj} [chemin]full of potholes
malentendant {adj}hard of hearing
combien (de) {adv}how much (of)
devant {prep}in front of
malgré {prep}in spite of
Unverified toulousain {adj}of / from Toulouse
zurichois {adj}of / from Zurich
géogr. cévenol {adj}of the Cevennes
démodé {adj}out of fashion
hors serviceout of order
déplacé {adj}out of place [inappropriate]
certains {pron}some of them
vêt. collant {m}(pair of) tights [Br.]
brucelles {}(pair of) tweezers
pincettes {}(pair of) tweezers
immo. terrain {m}(piece of) land
civisme {m}(sense of) citizenship
pudeur {f}(sense of) modesty
dr. force {f} majeureact of God
vêt. vêtement {m}article of clothing
oriflamme {f}banner of war
cuis. fournée {f}batch (of loaves)
comm. connaissement {m}bill of lading
bible relig. Deutéronome {m}Book of Deuteronomy
agr. élevage {m}breeding (of animals)
fagot {m}bundle of firewood
dépaysement {m}change of scenery
chapelle {f} ardentechapel of rest
meub. commode {f}chest of drawers
entourage {m} [amis]circle (of friends)
mouvance {f}circle of influence
hérald. blason {m} [armoiries]coat of arms
éduc. filière {f}course of study
postillon {m} [fam.]drop of saliva
myth. Évandre {m}Evander (of Pallene)
emportement {m}fit of anger
colère {f} soudaineflash of anger
perron {m}flight of steps
cuis. bock {m}glass of beer
tollé {m}howls {pl} of protest [fig.]
valaisan {m}inhabitant of Valais
vêt. vêtement {m}item of clothing
comm. créance {f}letter of credit
partie {f} [profession]line (of work)
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