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French-English translation for: mots
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NOUN   le mot | les mots
jeux mots {m.pl} croiséscrossword (puzzle)
3 Words: Others
en d'autres mots {adv}in other words
en quelques mots {adv}in a few words
3 Words: Verbs
chercher ses mots [loc.]to grope for words [idiom]
chercher ses mots [loc.]to look for the right words [idiom]
échanger quelques motsto exchange a few words
glisser quelques motsto say a few words
glisser quelques motsto slip in a few words [fig.]
loc. mâcher ses motsto mince one's words
manger ses motsto mumble
peser ses motsto weigh one's words
peser ses motsto choose one's words carefully
3 Words: Nouns
ling. choix {m} des motsdiction [choice of words]
ling. choix {m} des motswording [choice of words]
ling. choix {m} des motschoice of words
jeu {m} de motspun
jeu {m} de motsplay on words
liste {f} des motsword list
liste {f} des motslist of words
ordre {m} des motsword order
4 Words: Others
en peu de mots {adv}in a few words
4 Words: Verbs
avoir des mots avec qn.to have words with sb.
dire deux mots à qn. [loc.]to give sb. a piece of one's mind [idiom]
dire quelques mots sur qn./qc.to say a few words about sb./sth.
échanger quelques mots avec qn.to pass the time of day with sb. [idiom]
expliquer qc. en deux motsto explain sth. briefly
faire des mots croisésto do crossword puzzles
intercaler qc. entre deux motsto insert sth. between two words
jouer sur les motsto play on words
se payer de mots [fam.]to talk a lot of hot air [coll.]
4 Words: Nouns
jeux grille {f} de mots croiséscrossword puzzle
5+ Words: Others
Ces deux mots sont de sens très proches.These two words mean much the same.
Explique-moi en deux mots.Tell me briefly.
Les mots me manquent !I'm speechless!
5+ Words: Verbs
faire précéder un discours de quelques mots de remerciementto precede a speech with a few words of thanks
ne pas avoir peur des mots [loc.]to call a spade a spade [idiom]
ne pas mâcher ses mots [loc.]to speak up [idiom]
ne pas mâcher ses mots [loc.]to not mince matters [idiom]
ne pas mâcher ses mots [loc.]to not mince words [idiom]
ne pas mâcher ses mots [loc.]to make no bones about sth. [idiom]
ne pas mâcher ses mots [loc.]to call a spade a spade [idiom]
ne pas mâcher ses mots [loc.]to lay it on the line [idiom]
susurrer des mots doux à qn.to whisper sweet nothings to sb.
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F Trois petits motsThree Little Words [Richard Thorpe]
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