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French-English translation for: cheek
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Dictionary French English: cheek

Translation 1 - 31 of 31

FrenchEnglish
NOUN1   a cheek | cheeks
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NOUN2   cheek | - [audacity, impertinence]
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SYNO   buttock | cheek | cheek ... 
être insolent envers qn.to cheek sb.
Nouns
anat. joue {f}
11
cheek
culot {m}
2
cheek [impertinence]
gouaille {f} [esprit moqueur]cheek [cheekiness]
audace {f} [impertinence]cheek [coll.]
anat. fesse {f}cheek [coll.] [of buttock]
effronterie {f}cheek [impertinence]
insolence {f}cheek [impertinence]
toupet {m} [fam.] [effronterie]cheek [impertinence]
sans-gêne {m}cheek [impertinence]
2 Words: Nouns
zool. abajoue {f}cheek pouch
cuis. joue {f} de bœufox cheek
3 Words: Others
joue contre joue {adv}cheek to cheek
Quel toupet ! [fam.]What a cheek! [coll.]
3 Words: Nouns
méd. cinquième maladie {f}slapped cheek syndrome
méd. mégalérythème {m} épidémiqueslapped cheek syndrome
méd. érythème {m} infectieux aiguslapped cheek syndrome
méd. syndrome {m} des joues gifléesslapped cheek syndrome
4 Words: Others
Elle ne manque pas de toupet ! [fam.]She's got a cheek! [coll.]
4 Words: Verbs
dire qc. ironiquementto say sth. tongue in cheek [idiom]
bible tendre l'autre joueto turn the other cheek
4 Words: Nouns
baiser {m} sur la jouekiss on the cheek
5+ Words: Others
Avec son culot, elle s'en tirera toujours. [loc.]With her cheek, she'll always come out on top. [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
anat. pincer la joue de qn.to give sb. a pinch on the cheek
avoir l'audace de faire qc.to have the cheek to do sth. [coll.]
avoir le courage de faire qc.to have the cheek to do sth. [coll.]
avoir le cran de faire qc. [fam.]to have the cheek to do sth. [coll.]
avoir le culot de faire qc. [fam.]to have the cheek to do sth. [coll.]
avoir le toupet de faire qc. [fam.]to have the cheek to do sth. [coll.]
planter un baiser sur la joue de qn.to plant a kiss on sb.'s cheek
poser un baiser sur la joue de qn.to plant a kiss on sb.'s cheek
 
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