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French-English translation for: retable [structure placed on or immediately behind and above the altar or communion table of a church]
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Dictionary French English: retable [structure placed on or immediately behind and above the altar or communion table of a church]

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arch. arts relig. retable {m}retable [structure placed on or immediately behind and above the altar or communion table of a church]
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arch. relig. calvaire {m}martyrium [church or shrine built over the tomb of a Christian martyr]
tech. jacquemart {m}bell-striker [animated, mechanised figure of a person which strikes the hours on a bell with a hammer. Usually part of clocks or clocktowers]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} d'AragonKingdom of Aragon [a medieval and early modern kingdom on the Iberian Peninsula. In 1479, the crowns of Aragon and Castile were united to form the nucleus of modern Spain.]
hist. relig. Séparation {f} des Églises d'Orient et d'OccidentEast–West Schism [split of Christianity between the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church, beginning in 1054]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} de CastilleKingdom of Castile [large and powerful state on the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. In 1479, the crowns of Aragon and Castile were united to form the nucleus of modern Spain.]
comm. parapharmacie {f} [magasin][shop or department of a store selling toiletries and vitamins]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de Hainaut [ou Hainau]County of Hainaut [or Hainault] [territorial lordship in the medieval Holy Roman Empire, straddling today's border of Belgium and France; main towns Mons (BG) and Valenciennes (FR)]
hist. mil. bataille {f} de Patay [1429]Battle of Patay [in 1429, the culminating engagement of the Loire Campaign of the 100 Years' War, when the French cavalry inflicted a severe defeat on the English.]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} d'Othée [1408]Battle of Othée [in 1408 the militia and citizens of Liège suffered a heavy defeat against a professional army under John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy.]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} de PortugalKingdom of Portugal [monarchy on the Iberian Peninsula (1139 - 1910) and the predecessor of the modern Portuguese Republic.]
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]
visiter (qn./qc.)to visit (sb./sth.) [when a person, a visit to a sick person or prisoner by a doctor or priest, not a social visit]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} de NavarreKingdom of Navarre [Basque kingdom that occupied lands on either side of the western Pyrenees, alongside the Atlantic Ocean between present-day Spain and France between 824 and 1620]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de HollandeCounty of Holland [originally a State of the Holy Roman Empire and from 1433 part of the Burgundian Netherlands]
décrocher qc.to unhook sth. [e.g., a wagon or take a phone off the hook]
géogr. hist. mil. guerre {f} des Hameçons et des Cabillauds [aussi guerre des Crochets et des Cabillauds] [1345-1490]Hook and Cod wars [1345-1490] [series of battles in the County of Holland between the Cod faction (the more progressive cities of Holland) and the Hook faction ( the conservative noblemen).]
arch. immo. hall {m} [d'une banque, d'un hôtel ou immeuble d'habitation, dans un musée]hall [entrance area of a flat or public building, large room of museum]
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 ]
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]
comtal {adj}comital [of or relating to a count]
arts relig. L'Adoration {f} de l'Agneau mystique [aussi : Autel de Gand]The Ghent Altarpiece [also: the Adoration of the Mystic Lamb] [a large 15C polyptych altarpiece in St Bavo's Cathedral, Ghent, begun in the mid-1420s and completed by 1432.]
vêt. ampleur {f} [cape, jupe]fullness [of a cape, cloak or skirt]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} de NaplesKingdom of Naples [comprised the part of the Italian Peninsula south of the Papal States between 1282 and 1816.]
isolement {m} [d'une personne seule ou d'un lieu écarté]isolation [of a lonely person or remote location]
relig. évêque {m} de WinchesterBishop of Winchester [diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Winchester, one of the oldest and most important in England]
attentionné {adj}thoughtful [of a an act or person: nice, attentive]
agr. bot. hort. régime {m} de bananesbunch of bananas [a stalk or stem of bananas]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Brouwershaven [1426]Battle of Brouwershaven [in 1426, was part of the (1345-1490) wars over control of the Low Countries and resulted in victory for the Duke of Burgundy against mainly English forces]
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]
pince-sans-rire {m}[person with a deadpan sense of humour or dry wit]
Charles {m} le Téméraire [1433-1477]Charles the Bold [was Duke of Burgundy 1467-1477. Tried and failed to turn the Burgundian State into a territorially continuous Kingdom, leading to centuries of European disputes.]
hist. pol. serment {m} du Jeu de paume [1789]Tennis Court Oath [a pivotal event in the French Revolution. In 1789, the members of the French Third Estate voted "not to separate until the Constitution of the kingdom is established"]
géogr. hist. pol. traité {m} de paix de Delft [réconciliation de Delft] [1428]Treaty of Delft [Reconciliation of Delft] [in 1428, ended hostilities between Duke of Burgundy and Countess of Holland, Zeeland and Hainaut to effect that the Duke would administer these lands]
passe {f} [transmission de ballon, passage navigable, passage dans un programme]pass [ball transfer, river channel, single scan through a set of data or program]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de ZélandeCounty of Zeeland [county of the Holy Roman Empire in the Low Countries, covering an area in the Scheldt and Meuse delta (roughly today's Dutch province of Zeeland)]
hist. mil. vêt. aiguillette {f} [vêtement]aiguillette [functional or purely decorative fastener of silk cord with metal tips especially in the late Middle Ages]
reconnaissance {f}reconnaissance [military survey or survey of a region]
répandre qc.to spread sth. out [e.g. letters on a table]
géogr. hist. duché {m} de BrabantDuchy of Brabant [a State of the Holy Roman Empire established in 1183. Most of the duchy's former territories, are in today's Belgium except for the Dutch province of North Brabant]
hist. mil. pol. siège {m} d'Orléans [1428/9]siege of Orléans [1428/9] [the watershed of the 100 Years' War with a major victory for the French Royal Army with Joan of Arc]
hist. maison {f} PlantagenêtHouse of Plantagenet [a Royal House which originated from the lands of Anjou in France, ruling England between 1154 and 1485]
géogr. hist. Kennemerland {m}Kennemerland [coastal region in the northwestern Netherlands, its name comes from the Kennemer people, who were Frisians that fought with the Counts of Holland and lost in the Middle Ages]
parvis {m}square [of a church]
anat. temporal {adj}temporal [on the side of the head]
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]
redonner dans qc.to relapse into sth. [return to a less active or a worse state]
hist. mil. pol. Le traité {m} de Tournai [1385]The Peace of Tournai [1385, between the Burgundian Duke Philip II and the rebellious city of Ghent]
hist. mil. journée {f} des Harengs [1429] [bataille des harengs] [bataille de Rouvray]Battle of the Herrings [Battle of Rouvray] [in 1429, part of the siege of Orléans in the 100 Years' War. English forces decisively defeated French forces attempting to intercept a supply convoy.]
commis {adj} {past-p} [attentat, meurtre]committed [murder or attempt on sb.'s life]
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