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Dictionary French English: Subject "littérat"

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 Littérature / Literature
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arts littérat. expressionniste {adj}expressionist
arts hist. littérat. gothique {adj}Gothic
littérat. poétique {adj}poetic
littérat. Unverified romanesque {adj} [récit, texte]fictional
littérat. mus. composer (qc.)
to compose (sth.) [write music, songs, text]
film littérat. théâtre transposer qc. [adapter, transférer]to adapt sth.
littérat. annexe {f}appendix
anat. littérat. appendice {m}appendix
hist. littérat. théâtre Aristophane {m}Aristophanes
littérat. auteur {m}writer [author]
littérat. autobiographie {f}autobiography
littérat. mus. ballade {f}
littérat. barde {m} [poète]bard [archaic or litterary] [poet]
littérat. biographie {f}biography
littérat. relig. brebis {m}the flock [fig.]
littérat. RadioTV commentaire {m}commentary
bible littérat. relig. épitre {f}epistle
hist. littérat. théâtre Eschyle {m}Aeschylus
littérat. essai {m}essay
hist. littérat. théâtre Euripide {m}Euripides
bible ling. littérat. exégèse {f}exegesis
littérat. fable {f}fable
littérat. théâtre farce {f}farce
littérat. RadioTV feuilleton {m}
littérat. fiction {f}fiction
littérat. haïkiste {f}haiku poet [female]
littérat. haïkiste {m}haiku poet
littérat. haïku {m}haiku
hist. littérat. Hésiode {m} [poète de la Grèce antique]Hesiod [ancient Greek poet]
hist. littérat. Homère {m} [poète de la Grèce antique]Homer [ancient Greek poet]
littérat. mus. lai {m}lay [poem, song]
littérat. limerick {m}limerick
arts littérat. mus. maniérisme {m}mannerism [affectation or idiosyncrasy]
littérat. métrique {f}metrics [treated as sg.]
arts littérat. philos. naturalisme {m}naturalism
littérat. nouvelle {f}short story
arts littérat. mus. opus {m}opus
littérat. poésie {f}poetry
littérat. recueil {m}corpus [collection of writings by author]
journ. ling. littérat. rédacteur {m}compiler [person: writer]
littérat. roman {m}novel
littérat. romancier {m}novelist
littérat. romancière {f}novelist [female]
littérat. mus. rythmique {f}rhythmics [treated as sg.]
hist. littérat. satrape {m}satrap
littérat. sonnet {m}sonnet
hist. littérat. théâtre Sophocle {m}Sophocles
littérat. mus. strophe {f}verse [stanza]
film littérat. mus. tempo {m}tempo
littérat. théâtre tragédie {f}tragedy
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