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French-English translation for: passe-partout
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NOUN   le passe-partout | les passe-partout
NOUN   a passe-partout | passe-partouts
SYNO   master | master key | passe-partout ... 
passe-partout {adj}all-purpose
passe-partout {adj}catch-all
passe-partout {adj}for all occasions
passe-partout {m.pl}master keys
passe-partout {m}master key
outil. tech. passe-partout {m} [scie]two-man saw
Keywords contained
ling. expression {f} passe-partoutcatch-all (phrase)
Partial Matches
jeux tour {m} de passe-passeconjuring trick
partout {adv}all over
partout {adv}all over hell's half acre [Am.] [idiom]
partout {adv}all over the place
partout {adv}anywhere [everywhere]
partout {adv}anywhere you are
partout {adv}everywhere
partout {adv}in all places
partout {adv}throughout
partout {adv}universally
partout dans {prep}all over
partout dans {prep}throughout
partout {adv}wherever
pratiquement partout {adv}virtually anywhere
presque partout {adv}virtually anywhere
un peu partout {adv}just about everywhere
méd. avoir mal partoutto ache all over
math. fonction {f} discontinue partouteverywhere discontinuous function
math. fonction {f} discontinue partoutnowhere continuous function
balader qc. partout [fam.]to drag sth. everywhere
partout dans le monde {adv}throughout the world
faire des saletés partout [loc.]to make a mess everywhere [idiom]
fourrer son nez partout [fam.] [loc.]to poke one's nose into everything [coll.] [idiom]
mettre son nez partout [loc.] [fam.]to poke one's nose into everything [coll.] [idiom]
passé {adj}bygone
passé {m}past
passé {adj} {past-p} [couleur]faded [colour]
ling. conditionnel {m} passépast conditional
ling. participe {m} passépast participle
ling. passé {m} antérieurpast anterior (tense)
ling. passé {m} historiquepast historic
ling. passé {m} simplepast historic (tense) [simple past, preterite]
ling. passé {m} simplesimple past (tense)
textile passe-lacet {m}bodkin
vêt. passe-montagne {m}balaclava
arch. cuis. passe-plats {m}service hatch
passe-temps {m}interest [pastime]
passe-temps {m}pastime
cuis. passe-thé {m}tea strainer
ling. au passé {adv} [conjugaison]in the past tense
Tout passe. [loc.]Here today, gone tomorrow. [idiom]
ling. passé {m} composé [parfait]compound past (tense) [perfect]
dans le passé {adv}in days gone by [idiom]
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