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French-English translation for: bell
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NOUN   a bell | bells
VERB  to bell | belled | belled ... 
SYNO   bell | ship's bell | bell shape ... 
sonnaille {f}
cloche {f} [instrument de musique]bell
grelot {m}bell
sonnette {f} [avertisseur]bell
coup {m} de clochebell
timbre {m} [sonnette, instrument de musique]bell [door bell, small bell,]
2 Words: Nouns
PoSauv. sonnette {f} d'alarmealarm bell
cuis. cloche {f} [couvercle]bell cover
occup. tech. fondeur {m} de clochesbell founder
occup. tech. fondeuse {f} de clochesbell founder [female]
arch. clocher-mur {m}bell gable
sonneur {m}bell ringer
sonneuse {f}bell ringer [female]
arch. clocher {m}bell tower
occup. carillonneur {m}bell-ringer
occup. carillonneuse {f}bell-ringer [female]
tech. jacquemart {m}bell-striker [animated, mechanised figure of a person which strikes the hours on a bell with a hammer. Usually part of clocks or clocktowers]
méd. paralysie {f} de BellBell's palsy
méd. paralysie {f} faciale a frigoreBell's palsy
clochette {f}small bell
mus. relig. bourdon {m} [cloche]tenor bell
PoSauv. sonnette {f} d'alarmewarning bell
3 Words: Verbs
sonner le glas [funérailles]to toll the bell [funeral]
3 Words: Nouns
archéo. sociol. culture {f} campaniformeBell Beaker culture <BBC>
électr. sonnerie {f} électriqueelectric door-bell
5+ Words: Others
clair comme le cristal {adj} [voix, son]as clear as a bell
Attends que la cloche sonne !Wait until the bell goes!
Nous allions partir lorsqu'on a sonné.We were about to leave when the door bell rang.
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film littérat. F Pour qui sonne le glasFor Whom the Bell Tolls [Author: Ernest Hemingway (1940); Director: Sam Wood (1943)]
littérat. F La Cloche de détresseThe Bell Jar [Sylvia Plath]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. cuis. T
bot. T
bot. T
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