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NOUN1   la tour | les tours
NOUN2   le tour | les tours
NOUN   a tour | tours
VERB  to tour | toured | toured ... 
SYNO   duty tour | enlistment | hitch ... 
arch. tour {f}
shopping {m} [aussi : shoping]shopping tour
arch. tour {f} [bâtiment]high rise [high-rise building]
jeux tour {f} [échecs]castle [chess]
jeux tour {f} [échecs]rook [chess]
tour {m}revolution [rotation]
tour {m}ride [e.g. fairground trip, on a bike]
sport tour {m}tour
jeux tech. tour {m}turn
tour {m} [de taille, de hanche etc.]girth [person: circumference of waist, hips etc.]
tech. tour {m} [machine]lathe
tour {m} [ruse]trick
tournée {f} [d'équipe, troupe, etc.]tour [of a team, troop etc.]
2 Words: Nouns
demi-tour {m}about-face [Am.]
auto demi-tour {m}U-turn
sport premier tour {m}first round
arch. tour {f} d'anglejunction tower
arch. géogr. hist. tour {f} d'HerculeTower of Hercules [oldest extant lighthouse known, with an ancient Roman origin, on a peninsula near A Coruña, Galicia, Spain]
tour {f} d'ivoire [fig.]ivory tower [fig.]
tour {f} EiffelEiffel Tower
tourisme VocVoy. visite {f} guidéeguided tour
3 Words: Others
à son tour {adv}in turn [as a consequence]
C'est ton tour.It's your turn.
tour à tour {adv}alternately
3 Words: Verbs
tourisme faire du tourismeto tour around
3 Words: Nouns
tourisme trafic VocVoy. car {m} (de tourisme)tour bus
tourisme trafic VocVoy. car {m} (de tourisme)tour coach
occup. tourisme guide {f} de muséemuseum tour guide [female]
occup. tourisme guide {m} de muséemuseum tour guide
outil. tech. mandrin {m} de tourlathe chuck
randonnée {f} à vélocycling tour
bible ling. relig. tour {f} de BabelTower of Babel
aviat. tour {f} de contrôlecontrol tower
arch. hist. tour {f} de guetwatchtower
mus. tour {m} de chantsong recital
auto aviat. tour {m} de pistecircuit
arts tech. tour {m} de potierpotter's wheel
méd. tour {m} de reinscrick in one's back
4 Words: Others
à tour de bras {adv}with all one's might
à tour de bras {adv} [fam.]with a vengeance
à tour de rôle {adv}alternately
c'est au tour de's sb.'s turn
C'est au tour de qn./qc.It is the turn for sb./sth. [It is up to sb./sth.]
loc. Le tour est joué.Bob's your uncle. [esp. Br.] [coll.]
4 Words: Verbs
emmener qn. faire un tourto take sb. for a stroll
faire qc. tour à tourto take turns to do sth.
fermer qc. à double tour [fig.]to lock sth. securely
jouer un tour à play a joke on sb
parler à son tourto speak in (one's) turn
sortir faire un tour  pied]to go out for a walk
équi. sortir faire un tour  vélo, cheval]to go out for a ride
auto sortir faire un tour [en voiture]to go out for a drive
4 Words: Nouns
tour {m} de la villecity tour
tour {m} de passe-passeconjuring trick
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir plus d'un tour dans son sac [loc.]to have more than one trick up one's sleeve [idiom]
démarrer au quart de tour [loc.]to immediately get in a rage
jouer un (mauvais) tour à play a (nasty) trick on sb.
jouer un (sale) tour à play a (mean) trick on sb.
jouer un vilain tour à play a nasty trick on sb.
occup. remplir des fonctions a tour de rôleto rotate duties
5+ Words: Nouns
arch. géogr. tourisme la tour {f} (penchée) de Pisethe Leaning Tower of Pisa [also: the Tower of Pisa]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F La Tour des ambitieuxExecutive Suite [Robert Wise]
BD F Le Tour de Gaule d'AstérixAsterix and the Banquet
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