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French-English translation for: extraction [of confession money]
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dent. sociol. extraction {f} [dent, origine sociale]extraction
avance {f}advance [of money]
fin. détournement {m}misapplication [of money]
collecte {f}collection [sum of money]
détournement {m}misuse [of money etc.]
encaissement {m}collection [amount of money]
faux-monnayeur {m}counterfeiter [of money]
faux-monnayeur {m}forger [of money]
fin. moyen {m}resources [stock or supply of money]
somme {f} forfaitairelump sum [sum of money]
compt. fin. somme {f} (d'argent)figure [sum, amount of money]
perte {f} [de temps, d'argent]waste [of time, money]
magot {m} [fam.] [argent amassé]booty [coll.] [hoard of amassed money]
fin. ponctionner de l'argent à qn.to soak sb. [coll.] [fig.] [take disproportionate amount of money from]
aveu {m}admission [confession]
hist. mil. relig. ordre {m} de Saint-Jean de Jérusalem [ordre des Hospitaliers]Knights Hospitaller [Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem] [Knights of Rhodes] [Knights of Malta] [Order of Saint John]
ind. mines extraction {f} du charboncoal mining
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} des Deux-RosesWar of the Roses [series of civil wars in England between 1455 and 1487, when the House of Lancaster and the House of York fought for control of the throne of England]
hist. Guillaume l'Insensé {noun}William von Wittelsbach [1330-1389, Count of Holland, Count of Zeeland, Count of Hainaut ]
hist. mil. pol. traité {m} de Brétigny [1360] [traité de Calais]Treaty of Brétigny [Treaty signed in 1360 between King Edward III of England and King John II of France, marking the end of the first phase of the 100 Years' War]
géogr. pol. duché {m} de BourgogneDuchy of Burgundy [emerged in the 9th century as one of the successors of the ancient Kingdom of the Burgundians]
relig. évêque {m} de WinchesterBishop of Winchester [diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Winchester, one of the oldest and most important in England]
hist. pol. maison {f} de Valois-Bourgogne [seconde maison de Bourgogne]House of Valois-Burgundy [cadet branch of the House of Valois, ruling the Duchy of Burgundy from 1363 to 1482]
hist. pol. traité {f} de Troyes [1420]Treaty of Troyes [in 1420, after victory at Agincourt, Henry V of England signed the Treaty with the wife of the demential Charles VI of France, confirming Henry as King of England AND France]
hist. Prince {m} NoirBlack Prince [Edward of Woodstock (15 June 1330 – 8 June 1376) was the eldest son of King Edward III of England]
dr. nantissement {m}collateral [money]
fourche {f} [d'un arbre] [d'un pantalon]crotch [of a tree] [of a pair of trousers]
afflux {m}influx [people, money]
vagabonderto stray [esp. of animals, also of vagabonds etc.]
derrière {m}rear [of building, humorous: bottom of a person]
bande {f}band [strip of cloth, group of people]
cuis. quignon {m}crusty end [of a loaf of bread]
débourser qc.to spend sth. [money]
dépenser qc.to spend sth. [money]
coupure {f}bill [Am.] [paper money]
débours {m}disbursement [money paid out]
orn. T
épargner (qc.) [argent]to save (sth.) [money]
avidité {f}greed [lust for power, money]
fric {m} [fam.]lolly [Br.] [coll.] [money]
galette {f} [fam.] [argent]dough [coll.] [money]
pognon {m} [fam.] [argent]dough [coll.] [money]
peu rentable {adj}unprofitable [not making money]
orn. T
orn. T
pol. Ordre {m} de la Toison d'orDistinguished Order of the Golden Fleece [Catholic order of chivalry founded by the Duke of Burgundy in 1430. Today, 2 branches of the order exist, namely the Spanish and the Austrian Fleece ]
récolter qc. [argent]to take sth. (in) [money]
fin. blé {m} [fig.] [argot] [argent]dough [coll.] [money]
hist. maison {f} de LancastreHouse of Lancaster [cadet branch of the English Royal House of Plantagenet]
amasser qc. [argent]to rake in sth. [coll.] [money]
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