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ADJ   d'or | d'or | d'or | d'or
d'or {adj}
d'ordinaire {adv}normally
ling. d'orthographe {adj}orthographic
ling. d'orthographe {adj}spelling [attr.]
pagaille {f} [cohue, manque d'organisation]
2 Words: Others
bouffi (d'orgueil) {adj} [fig.]pompous [pej.] [person]
d'origine française {adj}of French origin
sociol. d'origine modeste {adj}humbly born
2 Words: Verbs
éduc. changer d'orientation [université]to change courses
crever d'orgueilto be terribly full of oneself
manquer d'organisationto lack organisation [Br.]
manquer d'organisationto lack organization [Am.]
2 Words: Nouns
myth. âge {m} d'orgolden age
matériel alliage {m} d'orgold alloy
arts occup. batteur {m} d'orgold-beater
arts occup. batteuse {f} d'orgold-beater [female]
anat. méd. bouchon {m} d'oreille [amas du cérument]build-up of earwax
audio bouchon {m} d'oreille [protection auditive]earplug
boucle {f} d'oreilleearring
broyeur {m} d'ordures [dans cuisine]waste disposal unit [in kitchen]
comm. carnet {m} d'ordresorder book
méd. centre {m} d'orthophoniespeech clinic
changement {m} d'orientation [de cap]change of course
changement {m} d'orientation [de cap]change of direction
pol. changement {m} d'orientation [de cap]change of policy
mus. chant {m} d'orgueorgan melody
mus. occup. chef {f} d'orchestreconductor [female]
mus. occup. chef {f} d'orchestreleader [Am.] [female]
mus. chef {m} d'orchestreconductor
mus. chef {m} d'orchestreleader [Am.]
mus. occup. cheffe {f} d'orchestre [suisse]conductor [female]
anat. méd. cire {f} d'oreille [fam.]earwax
comité {m} d'organisationorganising committee
comité {m} d'organisationorganizing committee [Am.]
hist. mil. compagnie {f} d'ordonnance[first standing army of late medieval and early modern France; forefather of the modern company]
cuis. confiture {f} d'orangesmarmalade
géogr. Corne {f} d'Or [Istanbul]Golden Horn
géogr. pol. Côte-d'Or {f} [département français parmi les huit que compte la région Bourgogne-Franche-Comté]Côte-d'Or
sport course {f} d'orientationorienteering
méd. MédVét. descente {f} d'organeprolapse
géogr. détroit {m} d'OrmuzStrait of Hormuz
mus. disque {m} d'orgold record
méd. sociol. don {m} d'organeorgan donation
méd. donneur {m} d'organeorgan donor
méd. donneuse {m} d'organeorgan donor [female]
bot. cuis. écorce {f} d'orangeorange peel
emballage {m} d'origineoriginal box
emballage {m} d'origineoriginal packaging
emballage {m} d'origineoriginal wrapping
inform. erreur {f} d'ordinateurcomputer error
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