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(11724:1) desman ( t: Nom;d: animaux ) : mammifre vivant prs des cours d'eau des Pyrnes et se nourissant d'oeufs de poissons
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- muskrat
- a large aquatic rodent, native to North America
- a large aquatic rodent, native to North America

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(11725:1) dsobir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ~ :ne pas obir qqn
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- disobey
- pay no attentions to orders
- be guilty of mutiny; revolt
- make a rebellion against authority or control
- rebel against
- make rebellion against
(11726:2) dsobir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ~ :enfreindre une loi, un rglement, refuser de s'y soumettre
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- abjure
- promise or swear to give up; renounce formally
- commit a violation of
- to nullify or end a former arrangement or agreement
- not to do something you have promised to do
- to act in opposition to; go against(a law,etc);violate or attack (a statement,etc)
- violate, infringe
- contravene, violate
- pass beyond (a boundary or mark) or violate certain standards of behaviours, etc
- fail to keep a promise, one's word, etc
- go above or beyond the limits of something .
- disregard; fail to comply with (an oath, treaty, law, etc), break upon, disturb (a person's privacy etc)
(11727:3) dsobissance ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dsobir
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- contumacy
- obstinate resisttance
- sudden action made to get power, etc
- failur or refusal to obey
- disobedience, rebellion
- insubordination, disobedience
- insurgence, insubordination
- (especially of soldiers and sailors) open rebellion against lawful authority
- resistance to authority or control
- quality of resisting authority or discipline
- rebellion, disobedience, mutiny
- rebellion, disobedient, muling
- act or state of rebelling or defying authority
- overthrow of a system of government, especially by force
- revolt or insurrection
(11728:4) dsobissant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui dsobit
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- contravener
- person who violates (a law, statement,etc)
- stuuborn and rebellious; obstinate
- delibrately not doing what you are told
- shrew, disobedient
- revolting, revolutionary
- an insurgent person
- revolutionary, rebellious
- insurgent person
- someone who is involved in a mutiny
- guilty of mutiny or behaving in a way that shows you do not want to obey someone
- resisting authority or control
- a person or persons who breaks law
- showing a desire to rebel; not easily controlled
- person who resists authority or discipline
- rebellious, mulinous, disobedient
- difficult to controlor discipline
- a person who violates
(11729:5) dsobligeant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui dsoblige; vexant
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- what spoils the a happy life
(11730:6) dsobliger ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : causer du dplaisir, de la peine qqn, le vexer
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- deject
- make sad or gloomy
- subject to distress;exhaust;afflict;make unhappy
- fill with sadness
- cause grief or great distress or suffer grief
- to cause sorrow
- cause somebody to become sad
- cause sadness
- feel; finger or move ; impasson or adjoin.
- cause anxiety or distress to or be disturbed or worried .
- worry; trouble; disturb; distress
(11731:7) dsobstruction ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dsobstruer
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- upset
(11732:8) dsobstruer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : enlever ce qui obstrue
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- remove blockage
(11733:9) dsodorisant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : se dit d'un produit qui supprime les mauvaises odeurs
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- deodorant
- substance that disguises or absorbs ( especially body odours)
- a remover of bad smell
- a remover of something
- a remover of something
(11734:10) dsodoriser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : enlever les mauvaises odeurs
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- deodorize
- remove odour( esp. bad smell)
(11735:11) dsoeuvr ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui n'a pas d'activit, d'occupation
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- idle
- lazy, indolent, unemployed, useless
- idle, unemployed
- without a job; unemployed
- unemployed; inactive
- not having paid employment; out of work
- without work; unemployed; out of work
(11736:12) dsoeuvrement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : tat de qqn de dsoeuvr
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- idleness
- unemployment, joblessness
- idleness, unemployment
- state of being workless; unemployment
- the condition or extent of unemployment in a country or region
(11737:13) dsolant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui dsole; affligeant
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- atrabilious
- affected by black bile; melancholic; acrimonious
- very sad and depressed
- depressing:grieving:dispiriting
- empty and looks sad (for a place) : sad and lonely for a person)
- unhappy or disappointed
- has nothing pleasant;sad;gloomy;miserable
- sorrowful; distressed; distressing
- depressed; sullen
- not joyful
- sad or making you feel sad
- sad; grieved; gloomy
- unhappy, sad, mournful
- regretful; sad; regrettable
- sad ; calamitous ; or of or in the style of tragedy .
- not happy, miserable
- sorrowful; afflicted with distress; causing sorrow or affliction; very bad, wretched
- sad; unhappy
- gloomy, dismal, dark
(11738:14) dsolation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : affliction extrme
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- affliction
- pain; suffering; distress or thing that causes suffering
- extreme mental or physical suffering; anguish; misery; torture
- severe physical or mental suffering caused by extreme pain or worry
- feeling of being very worried, or something that makes you worry; uneasiness; concern, or solicitous desire, or neurotic fear
- condition of being sad, melancholy
- the state of being sadand gloomy
- subject to distress;exhaust;afflict;make unhappy
- the state of being sad;mournful
- grief; sorrow
- an action of frowning; a vertically furrowed or wrinkled state of the brow; a look expressing severity, disapproval or deep thought
- noun gerund of verb to frown
- melancholy; despondency
- be gloomy or melancholy; frown
- the state of being gloomy
- a glowering look
- frowing; sullen; grim; scowling
- the state of being glum
- sadness; sorrow; unhappiness; trouble
- (of pain etc) severe or causing grief or suffering
- gloom; sullenness; frown
- mental anguish or grief
- a feeling of pressure there, caused by emotion
- great suffering or discomfort, caused for example by being very poor or very sick
- the quality of being very sad; sadness
- sudden feeling of pain
- showing or causing sorrow
- state of being sad
- sadness, grief ,melancholy
- sadness; grief; sorrow
- agony ; pain ; torture or grief .
- noun gerund of verb ( to torment )
- the state of being unhappy
(11739:15) dsol ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : trs afflig
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- grieved
- sad; unhappy; sorrowful
- showing or causing sorrow
- regretful; sad; regrettable
(11740:16) dsol ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : dsert, inhabit
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- waste
- (of a district, ground, area, land, etc) not inhabited or cultivated; desolate; ruined
- (of cloth) so worn or (of a person) wearing such clothes.
- having no vegetation
(11741:17) dsol ( t: Adjectif;d: sentiments et motions ) : attrist, ennuy
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- gloomy
- dark; unlighted
- distressed; plagued; troubled; burdened
- feeling or expressing anguish
- (of person) depressed; lifeless
- overwhelmed with sorrow or grief
- looking sad
- very sad and depressed
- sad;bringing or suggesting sadness
- sad,grived,depressed
- often feeling depressed:dissapointed:frustrated
- has nothing pleasant;sad;gloomy;miserable
- dejected;discouraged;despondent
- dejected; frustrated; sad
- in low spirit;dejected
- lonely and unhappy
- depressed; sullen
- sad; unhappy; sorrowful
- sad; unhappy; sorrowful
- sad; doleful
- very sad
- overbearing, domineering
- not joyful
- (of an event, fate, etc) regrettable or mournful
- desolate, abandoned, forlorn
- dejected, dispirited
- sad, unhappy
- feeling very sad, often because of mental illness
- sad or making you feel sad
- extremely unhappy
- looking so sad
- expressive of sorrow
- showing or causing sorrow
- causing sorrow or grief
- sad; grieved; gloomy
- unhappy, sad, mournful
- regretful; sad; regrettable
- aching, pain, tortured, miserable, distress or grieved
- sad ; calamitous ; or of or in the style of tragedy .
- not happy, miserable
- sorrowful; afflicted with distress; causing sorrow or affliction; very bad, wretched
- be depressed or depressing
- sad; regrettable; lamentable
- gloomy, dismal, dark
(11742:18) dsoler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : causer de la contrarit
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- molest
- trouble or annoy intentionally
- trouble somebody in body or mind
- cause anger, trouble or discomfort to somebody; irritate; harass
- be or cause trouble to; worry; take trouble
- break the quiet,calm,peace or order of;put out of the right or usual position;upset
- disturb, annoy
- bother, disturb
- disturb; vex; trouble; bother; anger
- cause anxiety or distress to or be disturbed or worried .
(11743:19) dsoler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : causer une grande affliction qqn
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- make sad or gloomy
- subject to distress;exhaust;afflict;make unhappy
- fill with sadness
- cause grief or great distress or suffer grief
- to cause sorrow
- cause somebody to become sad
- cause sadness
- feel; finger or move ; impasson or adjoin.
- cause anxiety or distress to or be disturbed or worried .
- worry; trouble; disturb; distress
(11744:20) dsolidariser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rompe l'union, la solidarit entre des personnes
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- arouse enmity between
(11745:21) dsolidariser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dsunir, disjoindre
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- assort
- arrange in sorts or suit and harmonize with
- to place in a category
- separate or disunit
- make separate; sever; disunite
- to separate something into pieces .
(11746:22) dsopilant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui fait beaucoup rire
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- gag
- joke or funny story
- person or thing open to general ridicule
- object of scorn and mockery
- deserving to be laughed at; absurd
- laughingstock; joke
- a smart pithy remark
- a witty remark
- laughingstock; joke
(11747:23) dsopiler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire rire
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- to cause someone to laugh
(11748:24) dsordonn ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui manque d'ordre
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(11749:25) dsordonn ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui est en dsordre
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- mussy
- lacking in order
(11750:26) dsordre ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : manque d'ordre; confusion
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- fuddle
- confusion or perplexity
- a state of general confusion; a disorderly mixture or contrast of beliefs, policies, etc
- a conflict of emotions in the mind .
- deviation from what is normal or ordinary
- feeling of being very worried, or something that makes you worry; uneasiness; concern, or solicitous desire, or neurotic fear
- state of being apprehensive
- complete disorder;confusion
- untidy or confused state
- noisy confusion or civil insurrection
- disorder,being confused
- the state of being disturbed;disordered
- the state of being confused or untidy
- confusion;chaos;puzzling
- absence of order;confusion;disturbance of the normal working of the body or mind
- confusion;disturbance
- anxiety;unrest
- concern;anxiety;solicitude
- the act or an instance of disturbing;the process of being disturbed
- excited commotion, bustle, ostentatious or nervous activity
- defect, incompleteness
- uneasiness of mind or body
- a confused state or heap; a muddle
- noun gerund of verb (to jumble)
- being perplexed
- state of being perturbed
- the state of being restless or uneasy
- th state of being unable to be still or quiet, especially because of boredom, impatience, anxiety, etc
- wild or violent disturbance by a crowd of people
- angry protests; noisy argument
- a confused or complicated state
- an uproar or din , esp. of a disorderly crowed .
- a disturbance ; commotion ; or tumult .
- violent confusion ; agitation or din and bustle .
- worry; restlessness; dissatisfaction
- lack of rest, restlessness, agitation
- a violent or sudden change or disruption
- restless; uneasiness; disturbance
- utter confusion
- excessive concern about a trivial thing; abundance of petty detail
(11751:27) dsordres ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : manque de discipline; agitation
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- loud confused noise or shout , especially of people complaining angrily
- continued clanging noise;series of clangs
- long,continuous,resounding noise or noisy talk
- noisy confusion or civil insurrection
- absence of order;confusion;disturbance of the normal working of the body or mind
- a short showy or ceremonious sounding of trumpets, bugles
- an uproar; an outbreak of fury; a wave of enthusiastic admiration; a craze
- an uproar; an outbreak of fury; a wave of enthusiastic admiration; a craze
- a loud, unpleasant, or undesired one
- the state of being full of noisy
- noise or uproar
- wild or violent disturbance by a crowd of people
- an uproar or din , esp. of a disorderly crowed .
- violent confusion ; agitation or din and bustle .
- an angry demonstration by a mob ; riot .
(11752:28) dsorganisateur ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : qui dsorganise
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(11753:29) dsorganisation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dsorganiser;dsordre
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(11754:30) dsorganiser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dtruire l'organisation de
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- disorganize
- throw into confusion;upset the working or system of
(11755:31) dsorientation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : fait d'tre dsorient
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- disorganize
(11756:32) dsorientation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dsorienter
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(11757:33) dsorienter ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dconcerter, drouter
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- to act in a dishonest way to win an advantage or profit
- play tricks on ; dupe
- to mislead
- direct wrongly
- to give wrong information or direction
- to make someone believe something that is not true by giving them false, incomplete information
(11758:34) dsorienter ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire perdre l'orientation
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- direct wrongly
(11759:35) dsormais ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : dornavant; partir du moment actuel, l'avenir
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- henceforth
- from this time onwards
- starting from now
(11760:36) dsossement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dsosser
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(11761:37) dsosser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ter les os de
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- bone
- take bones out of a chicken, meat, etc
(11762:38) dsoxygnation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dsoxygner
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(11763:39) dsoxygner ( t: Verbe;d: chimie ) : retirer l'oxygne d'un mlange ou d'un compos
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(11764:1) despote ( t: Nom;d: politique ) : dirigeant qui exerce un pouvoir absolu et arbitraire; personne tyrannique
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- absolutist
- supporter of absolute government
- prefix meaning opposed to, against, opposite of, preventing
- a ruler with unlimited power,especially who uses power wrongly and cruely
- tyrant:dictator:tyrannical
- using your authority in an unreasonable way
- using your authority in an unreasonable way
- overbearing, domineering
- unjust, unfair
- oppressing; harsh or cruel, or difficult to endure
- person who oppresses others
- treating cruely
- treating cruely
- one who treats cruely
- a person advocating a totalitarian system .
- exceeding ; going beyond or aggressor ; assualter
- infringer ; violater or aggressor .
- assaulter ; aggressor .
- acting like a tyrant ; imperious ; arbitrary .
- the cruel and arbitrary use of authority or a tyrannical act .
- an oppressive or cruel ruler or a person exercising power arbitrarily or cruelly .
- unjust; inequitable; unfair
- not equitable or honest; unjust
- unfair; inequitable
- characterized by unfairness or injustice; contrary to law
- person treating others badly and unjustly
- despotic, dictatoric or tyrannical
- tyrannical and unjust
- invading ;attacking.
(11765:2) despotique ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : arbitraire, tyrannique
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- happening, decided or arranged without any reason or plan, often unfairly or by chance; capricious; whimsical
- despotic; dictatoric; tyrannical
- tyrant:dictator:tyrannical
- having complete power over a country;over bearing;fond of giving orders (for person)
- using your authority in an unreasonable way
- overbearing, domineering
- of or relating to totalitarianism .
- acting like a tyrant ; imperious ; arbitrary .
- tyrannical ; dictatorial .
- despotic, dictatoric or tyrannical
(11766:3) despotiquement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : de faon despotique
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(11767:4) despotisme ( t: Nom;d: politique ) : pouvoir absolu et arbitraire
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- grasp
- mastery or control
- complete power and authority
- wrong , bad , corrupt or unfair use or treatment
- despotism; autocracy; dictatorship
- government by one person with unlimited power; despotism; country governed in this way
- tyranny:dictatorship:oppression
- prevalent governing
- the state of being highhanded
- tyranny, domineeringness
- a political system in which ordinary people have no power and are completely controlled by the government.
- the cruel and arbitrary use of authority or a tyrannical act .
- authority; government
- effective control of something
- authority or political control
(11768:5) desquelles ( t: Pronom;d: non thmatique ) : pluriel de laquelle
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(11769:6) desquels ( t: Pronom;d: non thmatique ) : pluriel du dequel
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(11770:7) dessabler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ter le sable de
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(11771:8) dessaisir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : se ~ de :se sparer volontairement de ce qu'on possde
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- abandon
- leave something or someone to be taken by somebody
- formally relinquish power, position, etc
- give up, surrender, concede, comply with a demand for; confess inferiority to; give consent or change one's course of action in deference to
(11772:9) dessaisissement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : dessaisissement
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- debarment
- depriving of
- divestiture:privation
- deprivation;dispossession
- the act of taking away property or land from someone;depriving
- dispossession,depriving
- depriving;dispossession
- destitution; poverty; lack
- abject poverty
- the state of being poor
- prevention or hindering
(11773:10) dessalage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dessaler
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(11774:11) dessalement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dessaler
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(11775:12) dessaler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rendre moins sal
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- remove salt from water
(11776:13) dessangler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : retirer les sangles de
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(11777:14) dessaouler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire cesser l'ivresse de qqn
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(11778:15) desschant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui desshe
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- deprived of water:dry
- desiccator, drier
- something absorbs water out of substances,drier
- a substance that takes water from the air
- drying:dehydrator
- a drier
- a machine for drying the hair,laundry or other things
- another spelling for drier;a machine for drying
(11779:16) desschement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de desscher
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- the process of making dry:depriving of water
- the process of drying
- noun gerund of verb to dry
- drying or dehydrating
(11780:17) desschement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : tat dessch
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- aridity
- state of having insufficient water
- the process of drying
- the state of being dry
(11781:18) desscher ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rendre sec ce qui est humide
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- desiccate
- to remove all the water from something
- make or become dry by wiping,evaporation, or draining
- to make something completely dry;to become dry
- make utterly dry
- deprive of water or liquid
- make or become hard or harder
- wipe ; dry or rub with a towel .
- dry the surface of
(11782:19) dessein ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : intention,ide prcise que l'on a de faire qqch
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- a choice or judgment you make after a period of discussion
- determination, resolution
- quality of being resolute or firm; determination
- thing one has decided to do; resolution
- the faculty by which a person decides or is regarded as deciding on and initiating action; self-control; a deliberate or fixed desire or intention
- fixed intention
- (fig) moral strength; firmness
(11783:20) desseller ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : enlever la selle de
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- backbone
(11784:21) desserrage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de desserrer
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- noun gerund of verb (to unstring)
(11785:22) desserrement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de desserrer
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- noun gerund of verb (to unstring)
(11786:23) desserrer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : relcher ce qui est serr
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- unloose, let down, relax
- dangle; suspend
- let hang down
- to lower
- to hang loosly
- to let or haul down
- remove or relax the string or strings of (a bow, harp, etc) or remove from a string
(11787:24) dessert ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : moment du repas o on les mange
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(11788:25) dessert ( t: Nom;d: nourriture et boissons ) : mets sucr, fruit, etc.,mangs la fin du repas
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- dessert
- course of fruit or a sweet dish at the end of a meal
- (dish of) meat, fish, flavoured cream etc beaten and served cold
(11789:26) desserte ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : meuble sur lequel sont poss les plats servir
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- mousse
(11790:27) dessertir ( t: Verbe;d: bijoux et gemmes ) : dgager une perle de sa monture
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- unset
- to get something out of its place
(11791:28) desservir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rendre un mauvais service qqn
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- to harm and hurt
- to harm and cause loss of value
- to harm or to cause injuries
- to harm or injure especially when trying to help
- cause damage to
- to harm;to be unfair to
- to destroy or harm
- cause harm or damage to
- be damaging to
- cause pain or injury; cause mental pain or distress
- do harm to
- cause somebody to feel upset and angry; hurt the feelings of
- keep in subservience by coercion, govern or treat harshly
- cause harm for
- hurt; criticize
- hurt; harm; injure
- harm ; hurt ; do harm to .
- harm ; hurt ; do harm to .
- to use power over someone cruelly or unfairly .
- make (a person etc) a victim
- treat unjustly; do wrong to; mistakenly attribute bad motives to; discredit
- do wrong to
(11792:29) desservir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : assurer un lieu , une localit par une voie de communication
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(11793:30) desservir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : retirer de la table ce qui tait servi
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(11794:31) dessiccation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : limination de l'humidit d'un corps
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- dehydration
- the process of making dry:depriving of water
- the process of drying
- noun gerund of verb to dry
- drying or dehydrating
(11795:32) dessiller ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ~ les yeux :dtromper, dsabuser
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- exsiccation
(11796:33) dessin ( t: Nom;d: arts ) : reprsentation d'objets sur une surface
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- carving
- something carved in wood for decoration
- a picture that you draw with a pen or a pencil; the art of making pictures or plans
- cutting photos or words on wood,glass,etc
- the external form or shape of a thing ; bodily shape
- a drawing or picture illustrating a book, magazine article etc.
- a representation of the external form of a person or thing in sculpture, painting, etc.
- painting or drawing
- act of representing or state of being represented
- rough, slight, merely outlined, or unfinished; drawing or painting
- photograph; snap; picture
- photograph; shot
(11797:34) dessin ( t: Nom;d: corps humain ) : contour , forme naturelle
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:
- lineament
- feature of your face
(11798:35) dessin ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : art de la reprsentation graphique des objets
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:
- portraiture
- the art of painting or taking portraits
(11799:36) dessinateur ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : qui dessine
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:
- portraitist
- painter or draftsman
(11800:37) dessin ( t: Adjectif;d: arts ) : reprsent par le dessin
:
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:
- drawn
- pointed and marked for a picture or a plan
- shown on a map or planned
- planned,arranged(by two or more together)
- invented , fabricated
- defined,desciped,shown
- described,pictured
- planned and designed
- drawing or sketching
- represented in picture
- drawn, depicted, described or portrayed
- pictured; depicted; painted
- drawn; traced; illustrated
- delineated ; sketched .
- being meant and intended,or well-studied and forethought
- painted, drawn, pictured
(11801:38) dessiner ( t: Verbe;d: arts ) : reprsenter au moyen du dessin
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:
- illustrate
- provide (a book, newspaper, etc.) with pictures
- make into a particular or the required form
- represented in a diagram or picture
- to mark or cover with lines
- make a photocopy of something
- make an image of or show somebody or something in picture, sculpture or play; depict
- govern somebody or something; have authority over; have power over
- mark paper by means of a pen, etc with symbols, letters or words; write and send a letter; compose a text, article, etc; state in written form; record
- take a snapshot of
(11802:39) dessiner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : accuser, faire ressortir
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:
- make clear, evident and distinct
- emphasize; make evident; publish
- to make or become clearer;explain
- to make or become clear
- to become clear or make tidy or explain something
- to shed light upon;clarify
- expose to view;exhibit;show;allow to appear
- investigate or look at carefully to learn about or from
- show or display to the public
- display; make something visible
- bring into prominence; draw attention to
- remove a cover or covering from or disclose
- make apparent; show
- translate ; interpret .
(11803:40) dessouder ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : disjoindre des lments souds
:
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:
- transpose
(11804:41) dessoler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire cesser l'ivresse de qqn
:
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:
- transpose
(11805:42) dessous ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ce qui est cach, secret
:
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:
- transpose
(11806:43) dessous ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : sous-vtements, lingerie fminine
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:
- lingerie
- women's underwear
(11807:44) dessous ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : ce qui est en dessous; l'envers
:
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:
- close or near to
- at or to a lower level; at the foot of a page, etc; later in a book, etc; in the lower part of a building, etc; under; underneath
- lower than; down stream from; unworthy of
- below; underneath; under; not worthy of
- below; underneath; under; not worthy of
- lowest; last
- the lower or lowest part of every thing
- below( in a book, or a legal document )
- below, beneath
- lower; inferior
- beneath; under
- lowest
- the very lowest
- lower; inferior
- at or to a lower place than, below
- at or to a lower place
(11808:45) dessus ( t: Adverbe;d: adjectifs ) : marque la position d'une chose sur une autre
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-
:
- above
- at or to a higher point; overhead
- prefix meaning up or above
- (in or into a position) covering, touching or forming part of a surface or supported by or attached to something or indicating a time
- to a position or state on or in contact with
- expressing movement or position or state above or beyond something stated or implied
- above; over; upon
- up; above; over
- to or on an upper floor
- prefix meaning in or on
(11809:46) dessus ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ce qui est dessus
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-
:
- a-
(11810:47) dessus-de-lit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : couvre-lit
:
-
:
- bedcover
- bedspread; coverlet; covering spread over a bed
- covering spread over a bed during the day
- bedspread; bedsheet
(11811:48) destin ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : loi suprieure qui semble mener le cours des vnements vers une certaine fin
:
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:
- lot
- person's destiny, condition, etc
- event caused by uncontrollable natural forces; storm, flood, etc
- happened with no interference of any human
- God's wish
- a power regarded as predetermining events
- fate and divine decree
- destiny or preordainment
- preordination or destiny
- fate; destiny
(11812:49) destinataire ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : qui on adresse un envoi
:
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:
- addressee
- person to whom a letter, etc is addressed
- person to whome something is consigned
- person who receives something
(11813:50) destination ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : lieu d'arrive
:
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:
- taste
- tendency, predilection, liking, fondness
- forward movement in space or time; direction taken by something; line around which something moves; line of action
- a place to which a person or something is goint or is being sent
- the object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim
- aim or purpose
(11814:51) destination ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ce pour quoi une personne ou une chose est faite
:
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-
:
- terminus
- a final point a goal.
- strong desire or ambition
- state of desiring eagerly (especially something that belongs to another one)
- longing for
- a strong hope or wish: a strong longing:strong sexual attraction
- urgent need or demand
- the object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim
- things that one intends to do
- sadness, grief ,melancholy
- the exercise of the will or the power of willing
- a desire, request or aspiration; an expression of this; a thing desired
- purpose; intention
- aim; goal
(11815:52) destine ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : puissance souveraine considre comme rglant d'avance tout ce qui doit tre; destin
:
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:
- event caused by uncontrollable natural forces; storm, flood, etc
- happened with no interference of any human
- God's wish
- power believed to control events:thet which happen to someone ,thought of as predetermined by fate
- a power regarded as predetermining events
- fate and divine decree
- share or the responsibility resulting from this
- destiny or preordainment
- preordination or destiny
- fate; destiny
(11816:53) destiner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rserver un usage
:
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:
- allocate to; apportion
- allot or assign something to somebody or something for a special purpose
- to devote time or energy for a noble cause : devote with solemn cermony to God or a sacred use
- mark or point out clearly:give a name or title to
- assign somebody or something for a certain reason
- to make something particular
- becomre a specialist or specify
- give as due share
(11817:54) destituer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : priver qqn de sa fonction , de son emploi
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:
- depose
- remove especially a ruler such as a king from a position of authority
- to officially allow a person to go or send them away
- send away;allow to go
- to dismiss from a job
(11818:55) destitution ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de destituer
:
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:
- deposing
- noun gerund of verb to depose
- the action of allowing someone to go away
- firing;discharge;displacement
- the act of driving out
- the act of removing someone from the position of power
- removal;discharge;deposition
(11819:56) destrier ( t: Nom;d: animaux ) : cheval de bataille
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:
- displacement
(11820:57) destroyer ( t: Nom;d: marine ) : contre-torpilleur
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:
- battleship
- large kind of warship, with big guns and heavy armour
- small warship carrying heavy guns
- warfare ship
- an armoured ship used in war
(11821:58) destructeur ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui dtruit
:
-
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:
- internecine
- fierce, violent
- involving or using great physical force, especially aggressively, involving an unlawful exercise of force, (of death) resulting from external force
(11822:59) destructif ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui dtruit
:
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:
- annihilating
- destructive; abolishing; eradicating; exterminating
- something or someone who destoys completely
- killer; murderer
- likely to cause death
- like death,or reminding of death
- ruining;damaging
- causing or ending in death
- person who commits the crime of killing
- fatal; mortal
- (of a person, weapon, action, etc.) capable of, intending, or involving murder or great harm
- having a very harmful effect
- person who damages and destroys
- a person or thing that ruins
- bringing ruin; disastrous, or in euins; dilapidated
- destructive; ruinous
- a vicious or brutal ruffian .
(11823:60) destruction ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dtruire
:
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:
- destruction
- the act destroying ;devastation
- the process of ruining or badly damaging
- ruin, destruction
- damaging or destroying something
- damaging; destroying; spoiling
- severe damage or destruction, state of being decayed, collapsed or destroyed
- spoiling, damage, spoil or troubling
- spoilage, annoyance or pampering
- the action or process of wrecking
- noun gerund of verb to wreck
- the action of causing harm or injury to someone or something
(11824:61) destruction ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : son rsultat
:
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:
- wrack
- destruction; a wreck or wreckage of a ship, etc
- the act destroying ;devastation
- a widespread destruction
- damaging or destroying something
- severe damage or destruction, state of being decayed, collapsed or destroyed
- the act of bringing to ruin, the act of ruining or the state of being ruined
- the destruction or disablement especially of a ship
- the action or process of wrecking

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(11825:1) dstructuration ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : rsultat de dstructurer
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:
- wreckage
(11826:2) dstructuration ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dstructurer
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- wreckage
(11827:3) dstructurer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dtruire la structure de
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- wreckage
(11828:4) dsuet ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui n'est plus en usage
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- neolithic
- connected with the latest period of the stone age about 10,000 years ago
- old; ancient, or matured
- old and has been used a lot .
(11829:5) dsutude ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : caractre d'une chose dsuette
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:
- ancientness
- state of being ancient
- the state of being very old, or ancient times
- the state of being old
(11830:6) dsuni ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui n'est plus uni
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:
- dispersed
- scattered;strewn about;sprinkled
- active or occurring spasmodically or intermittently
- (of a fever or disease) becoming less severe at intervals
- intermittent, fitful, severed separate
- with each sound or note sharply detached
- irregular; intermittent
- irregular;not continued
(11831:7) dsunion ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : dsaccord, msentente
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:
- breakaway
- act of going away suddenly or abruptly or of giving up habits, modes of thought or belief
- end of a marriage, coalition, etc
- narrow opening or crack
- division or splitting
- act of dividing or splitting
- crack or split;opening made by cleavage
- cracking or line of division where something is broken, but not into separate parts; narrow opening
- act of getting or making a crack or cracks
- small crack or opening
- deep open crack
- narrow opening or crack
- the state of being detatched;being uninfluenced by surroundings
- an opening usu.long and narrow, made esp. by cracking , splitting, or separation of parts
- a crack, split, or breakage
- noun gerund of verb to leave
- spilt; crack; break, etc
- fissure, crack, fission, cleavage, division or breakup
- division; partition; separation
(11832:8) dsunir ( t: Verbe;d: adjectifs ) : rompre l'union de
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:
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(11833:1) dtachant ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui enlve les taches
:
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(11834:2) dtach ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : indiffrent; insensible
:
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:
- cold
- disinterested
- showing or feeling apathy
- rather cold (or unfriendly)
- indifferent;unconcerned
- disinterested, careless
- indifferent; careless
- unfriendly or lacking sexual desire
- unenthusiastic; spiritless; halfhearted.
(11835:3) dtach ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui n'est plus attach
:
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:
- detached
- not influence by others;unemotional;not joined
- disjointed;dislocate
- taken to pieces;disjoined
- detached; parted;disunited
- separated ;divided;detached
- untied;loose;unfastened
- unfastened;loosened;untied
- disjointed;disunited
- untied;disjoined
- made liquid; dissolved
- not firmly fixed in a place or (of animals) not confined
- loose; untied
- (of organs)disjointed
- not bound or tied up
- unfastened; untied
- that has not been fastened or that has been loosened, opened, detached
- disjoined; dislocated
- unfastened; untied; undone
- unfastened; untied; undone; untangled
(11836:4) dtachement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : tat, comportement de celui qui est dtach
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:
- tepidness
- languor; lassitude.
- feeling of not being part of society or a group; estrangement; separation from someone close to one's heart
- lack of interest, enthusiasm or concern; indifference
- state of being careless;thoughtless,reckless etc or play-seeking
- (of weather)state of low temprature or (of persons)lacking friendliness
- being very cold towards incidents,etc
- lack of intrest;unconcern
- indifference;carelessness; unconcern
- state of being apathetic or sexually cool
- the state of lacking enthusiasm
- disinterest, carelessness
- nonchalance, carelessness
- deficit of care or attention
- coolness; state of being unable to feel others
- tepidity, tepidness, letup
- coolness, indifference, or disaffection
- lack of concern; indifference
- the state of being unfriendly
- languor; lassitude.
- calmness; compsure; unexitedness
- state of poor feelings
(11837:5) dtacher ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : loigner; sparer
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:
- assort
- arrange in sorts or suit and harmonize with
- to separate something into pieces .
- disunite; dissociate
- make or become loose
(11838:6) dtacher ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : enlever les taches
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:
- unfasten
(11839:7) dtacher ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dfaire les liens, librer qqn de ce qui l'attachait
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:
- disenthrall
- free from enthralment
- to make someone free from restrictions
- to free a slave
- to allow someone to leave a prison or somewhere they have been kept by force
- to make or become more liberal or less strict
- to set free; release
- to let go
- allow a person or animal to go; set free or liberate somebody or something
- remove chains from or release; liberate
(11840:8) dtacher ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire partir qqn pour faire qqch
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:
- consign
- to send (goods,etc)for delivery or hand over;give up
- send:expedite
- to send someone or something somewhere for a particular purpose;to finish all of something
- to send out something
- (cause something or someone to) go or come with great speed
- order or cause to go or be conveyed; emit a sound
- drive away
- cause to go forward
- send away; witness departure of (person) as sign of respect, etc
- send away; secure conveyance of
- take in (water) over the side of aship
- move, or cause somebody to move, especially quickly, in the specified direction
(11841:9) dtail ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : vente par petites quantits
:
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:
- retail
- the act of selling goods in small quantities
(11842:10) dtail ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : lment accessoire
:
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:
- a secondary matter
(11843:11) dtail ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : lment d'un ensemble
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:
- detail
- collection of small facts or items
(11844:12) dtaillant ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : qui vend au dtail
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:
- person who sells for customers
- tradesman who sells by retail
(11845:13) dtaill ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : prsent dans les moindres dtails
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:
- circumstantial
- (of a description)giving full details
- developed in full descriptioin
- particular;minute;elaborate
- described and explained in detail
- explained in detail
- detailed, elaborate
(11846:14) dtailler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : exposer en dtail
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:
- descant
- elaborate on :enlarge upon
- state in great detail
- enlarge upon
- elaborate on; dilate on
- elaborate on; talk too much about
- talk in detail about
- explain or describe something in detail
- add more
- give more or develop
- talk or write in detail about
- carry to excess, take too far, exaggerate
- write in details about; compose with verbosity
(11847:15) dtailler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : vendre au dtail
:
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(11848:16) dtails ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : dtails
:
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:
- concentration on particular items or details
- small,particular facts or items
- giving details and information about something
- very small and exact but unimportant details
(11849:17) dtaler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : s'enfuir, dcamper
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:
- abscond
- go away secretly; fly from the law
- run away quickly; run off out of control; dart off or away; make violent dash
- run away; escape
- escape suddenly; leave a political party, etc to form a new one
- to get away or free from something
- run away from ; abruptly; shun
- released oneself
- to allow someone to leave a prison or somewhere they have been kept by force
- set oneself free
- escape; run away
- to let escape
- to be free; escape
- move or jumb back or draw oneself back suddenly
- suddenly leave somebody or a place; escape from somebody or a place
- to flee; escape
- escape ; run away .
(11850:18) dtaxation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dtaxer
:
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(11851:19) dtaxe ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : suppression ou diminution d'une taxe
:
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(11852:20) dtaxer ( t: Verbe;d: commerce et affaires ) : diminuer ou supprimer les taxes sur un produit
:
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(11853:21) dtecter ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dceler la prsence de
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:
- detect
- to notice or discover something that is not easy to be seen ; heared or known
- find out;get knowledge of;bring to view
- detect; find out
- stain, speckle, discover or explore
- to find out; become aware of by information or from observation
(11854:22) dtecteur ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : appareil servant dtecter
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:
- detector
- a piece of equipment that makes a signal if it discovers soething
(11855:23) dtection ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dtecter
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:
- vision
- a dream or similar trance-like state
- revelation especially about the future of the world
- noun gerund of verb to bare
- act of revealing, exposing
- uncovering ; laying upon
- noun gerund of verb (to unmask)
- noun gerund of verb (to unveil)
(11856:24) dtective ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : policier priv
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:
- under covered police officers
- a person whose business is to detect criminals;a one whose main interest is solving puzzling crimes
- detective, investigator, inspector or investigation
- secret service
(11857:25) dteindre ( t: Verbe;d: couleurs ) : attnuer ou faire perdre la couleur de
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:
- change the colour
(11858:26) dteindre ( t: Verbe;d: couleurs ) : perdre sa couleur
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:
- fade
- lose or cause to lose colour
(11859:27) dtelage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dteler
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:
- fade
(11860:28) dteler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dtacher un animal attach
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:
- fade
(11861:29) dtendeur ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : appareil servant diminuer la pression d'un gaz
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:
- fade
(11862:30) dtendre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : attnuer ou faire disparatre la tension nerveuse
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- fade
(11863:31) dtendre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : relcher ce qui est tendu
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- unloose, let down, relax
- dangle; suspend
- let hang down
- to lower
- to hang loosly
- to let or haul down
- remove or relax the string or strings of (a bow, harp, etc) or remove from a string
(11864:32) dtendre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : diminuer la pression
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:
- to decreasethe pressure
(11865:33) dtendu ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : sans tension, calme
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:
- airless
- not having enough air, or having air that does not move; without a breeze; calm and still
- quiet or self-possessed or not windy or smooth
- self-composed
- being comfortable and peaceful
- not moving
- calm or self-composed
- calm and peaceful
- motionless, inert, silent, dormant
- with little or no sound or motion
- quiet, calm, tranquil etc
- calm; quiet
- calm, stationary, stopping, immobile or silent
- calm
- calm ; serene ; unruffled .
- lacking movement, vitality, or consciousness
(11866:34) dtenir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : conserver qqch par-devers soi
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:
- enshrine
- to place or keep something in a holy place
- provide with money; put into a fund
- continue to be in the specified condition, position, or continue doing something; cause something or somebody to remain in the specified condition
- cling to, adhere to
- to store things to use it in the future
- to store or save
- keep in an unchanged condition
- store; warehouse
- put aside or keep something for a later occasion or special use
- keep money or something for future use
- serve as a shelter to; protect
- gradually gather together an increasing number or quantity
(11867:35) dtenir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : retenir qqn en prison
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- jail
- put in jail
(11868:36) dtente ( t: Nom;d: armes ) : pice qui fait partir une arme feu
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:
- firelock
- a musket in which the priming was ignited by sparks
- a mechanism by which the charge of a gun is exploded
- the part of a gun that you press with your finger to fire it .
- a device for exploding the charge in a gun
(11869:37) dtente ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : repos
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:
- amusement
- thing that makes time pass pleasantly, or state of being amused; recreation; entertainment; enjoyment; fun; diversion
- state of having all things that make your life pleasant or state of being free from suffering,anxiety,etc
- freedom from work,pain,anxiety or comfort
- (a source of) lively or playful amusement
- period of time where work or business is stopped
- ( means of ) refreshing or entertaining oneself
- relaxing or being relaxed
- rest; peaceful state; tranquility
- interval of rest of relief
- period of sleep or inactivity as a way of regaining one's strength
(11870:38) dtente ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : fait de se relcher pour qqch qui est tendu
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- languor
- weakness; lack of strength; slackness
- weariness; lack of interest or energy
- looseness; flaccidity
- state of being limp
- state of relaxation, slackness
- noun gerund of verb to loose
- extent to which something sags
- lag; tarrying; delay
- the state or quality of being slack
(11871:39) dtente ( t: Nom;d: politique ) : amlioration des relations internationales
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:
- detente
- easing of strained relations between countries
(11872:40) dtenteur ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : dtenteur
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:
- owner
- a person who owns something
- a person who rents land or property from a landlord.; the occupant of a place.
(11873:41) dtention ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : incarcration
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:
- arrest
- act of taking someone to the police for doing something illegal; legal apprehension; stoppage; seizure
- act of putting someone in a room, prison, etc or the state of being there
- the state of being kept somewhere by the police,because of doing something illigal
- the act of or an instance of seizing
- imprisonment; confinement or house, room etc for the temporary detention of prisoners
(11874:42) dtention ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dtenir qqch
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:
- accomplishment
- successful completion or an achievement
- action of achieving or thing done successfully
- act of getting new knowledge, skills, or power, land, money, etc
- action of acquiring something
- success in reaching; thing attained, especially skill or knowledge
- getting or obtaining
- winning; profiting; obtaining; earning
- obtaining; fetching; earning; holding; gaining or understanding
- noun gerund of have
- the act of obtaining or being obtained
- acquisition or acquirement
- acquisition or acquirement
- getting or obtainment
- noun gerund of verb to score
- the process of defeating an enemy in battle or war or an opponent in a contest or an instance of this; a triumph
- noun gerund of verb to win
(11875:43) dtenu ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : personne dtenue
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- captive
- being kept in prison
- someone who is kept as a prisoner
- being taken,siezed,etc or being kept as prisoner
(11876:44) dtergent ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : produit qui nettoie
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- abluent
- cleansing disinfectant
- cleansing material; disinfectant
- cleansing material; disinfectant
- chemical substance that helps stop a wound becoming infected
- helping to prevent infection; counteracting sepsis
- person or thing that cleans;tool,machine,etc for cleaning;substance that removes dirt,stains,etc
- a chemical used to puify or clean
- cleaned;purged
- a substance that removes dirt,especially from the surface of things
- a chemical used to destroy bacteria,or a cleaning product that does the same
- pure;clean;inviolate
- sterilizer; antiseptic;purifier
(11877:45) dterger ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : nettoyer les salissures au moyen du dtergent
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:
- disinfecting
(11878:46) dtrioration ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dtriorer
:
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:
- destruction
- the act destroying ;devastation
- the process of ruining or badly damaging
- ruin, destruction
- damaging or destroying something
- damaging; destroying; spoiling
- severe damage or destruction, state of being decayed, collapsed or destroyed
- spoiling, damage, spoil or troubling
- spoilage, annoyance or pampering
- the action or process of wrecking
- noun gerund of verb to wreck
- the action of causing harm or injury to someone or something
(11879:47) dtriorer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : abmer, dgrader
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- addle
- become or cause to become rotten
- to harm and cause loss of value
- to go bad,to be destroyed,to become worse
- break to pieces,make useless:put an end to
- ruin;to cause so much damage to a place
- damage or weaken
- to make something less attractive, spoil
- damage something badly
- decay naturally through the action of bacteria, fungi, etc, or cause something to decay or become useless;,damage
- cause the destruction of something or somebody, spoil something or somebody
- impair, decay, fleece or trouble
- impair the quality or efficiency of; corrupt, debase
- cause the wreck of a ship, etc; completely ruin hopes, etc; suffer a wreck
- to prevent something from having any effect
(11880:48) dterminant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : dcisif
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- absolute
- certain and undoubted
- (of a statement)unconditional;absolute;detailed;explicit
- strong and convincing
- that cuts
- an action,event that has a powerful effect,good at making decisions,leading to a clear result
- having ideas or beliefs that you are certain about and you expect the others to accept it without questions
- decisive;definite
- eager, pugnacious, spirited, irritable
- not to questioined
- having and edge or point able to cut or pierce
- sharp; keen
- to be sharp, or keen
- definite; decisive; final
- conclusive, decisive, unalterable, putting an end to doubt
- (of a feelings, etc) intense; strong; deep
(11881:49) dterminant ( t: Nom;d: maths ) : nombre associ par un algorythme une matrice carre d'ordre n
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:
- determinant
- determining factor
(11882:50) dterminatif ( t: Adjectif;d: linguistique ) : qui dtermine , prcise le sens d'un mot
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- determinant
(11883:51) dtermination ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dterminer
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- allotment
- action of allotting or the amount or portion allotted
- description,portraying
- assigning something or someone for a certain reaso
- recognition, pinpointing
- act of giving an individual character to or specification
- particularisation, specification
- restricting or being restricted
(11884:52) dtermination ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : intention, rsolution
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- decision
- a choice or judgment you make after a period of discussion
- determination, resolution
- quality of being resolute or firm; determination
- thing one has decided to do; resolution
- the faculty by which a person decides or is regarded as deciding on and initiating action; self-control; a deliberate or fixed desire or intention
- fixed intention
- (fig) moral strength; firmness
(11885:53) dtermin ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : prcis, fix
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- set
- timed; scheduled
- related or limited by time.
- possible; uncertain; accidental
- deadline, scheduled
- not necessary
- temporariness; lasting for a limited time.
- lasting or meant to last only for a limited time.
- timed ; fixed ; scheduled .
- provisional ; temporary .
- scheduled; time ; fixed or temporal .
- of short duration ; momentary ; passing .
- interim ; provisional or temporary
(11886:54) dtermin ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : rsolu, dcid
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- have the mind set on; have as a fixed purpose
- determined to or on
- determinate to
- importunate; insisting; pressing
- refusing to give up
- continuing to do something
- insistent ; insisting
- person who shows great determination or firmness
- importunate; earnest and persistent demand
(11887:55) dterminer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : amener
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- ( )
:
- egg
- encourage somebody to do something
- advise soneone strongly or earnestly
- try earnestly or persistently to persuade somebody
- urge on with a goad
- propel, move, drive, force, or urge into action
- provoke, rouse, prompt, urge
- motivate, urge, incite, prompt
- motivate, stimulate
- be the motive of; give a motive or incentive to; act as an incentive
- to push ,stress ,or encourage
- make someone decide to do something
- to motivate
- whet, excite, enthuse or activate
- encourage or stimulate somebody to do something
- try earnestly or persistently to persuade somebody or encourage or stimulate somebody to do something
(11888:56) dterminer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : tablir, dfinir de manire prcise
:
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:
- appoint
- fix or decide on something
- to give an individual character to or to specify
(11889:57) dterminer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : prciser la valeur ou le sens du mot
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:
- determine
- to find out the reality of the name
(11890:58) dterminer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : tre la cause directe de
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:
- cause
- to be the cause of ; make happen
- to contribute to ; help to produce
- to cause something to exist; to make (something new or original)
- to be the cause of a situation or condition
- cause something to exist or occur; produce
- cause, induce, suggest
- be the cause of something
- yield; cause; make
- give rise to
- set (an action or process) in action ; cause ; produce.
- to give rise to ;produce; fabricate
(11891:59) dterr ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : avoir un air, une mine de -:tre ple
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- be(come)or turn pale out of sadness
- get or become pale or worn; faint
- disappear or depart gradually; grow pale or dim
(11892:60) dterrement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dterrer
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:
- the removing of something from under the earth
- removal of a corpse from the ground
- exhuming or being exhumed
- noun gerund of verb (to unearth)
(11893:61) dterrer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire sortir de la terre
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- to remove something that is under the earth
- remove from a tomb;disinter
- remove a corpse from the ground;exhume
- remove a dead body to to check the cause of death
- disinter; disentomb
(11894:62) dtersif ( t: Adjectif;d: chimie ) : produit qui nettoie
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- cleaner
- person or thing that cleans;tool,machine,etc for cleaning;substance that removes dirt,stains,etc
- a substance that removes dirt,especially from the surface of things
- person who washes or irons clothes, sheets, etc
- a person or thing that washes; a washing-machine
- a man whose occupation is washing clothes
(11895:63) dtersion ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dterger
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- cleanup
- act of clearing(a mess) away
(11896:64) dtestable ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : que l'on dteste
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- abhorred
- someone or something extremely hated
- hateful and disgusting
- causing disgust; detestable; very unpleasant
- very; very much
- criticized or rebuked
- convicted or censured
- very bad and deserving to be criticized or hated
- loathsome;hated;odious
- unpleasant;not to one's like. Rude or bad tempered
- denounced ;condemned
- sickening;nauseating
- repulsive;disgusting;antipathetic
- cursed, damned, or very bad
- disgusting by excess of flattery, servility or expressions of affection; excessive, cloying
- detested ; odious
- unattractive, displeasing, objectionable
- arousing disgust; repulsive
- causing opposition or disapproval; unpleasant
- offensive; objectionable; disliked
- disgusting; hateful
- deserving to be reprehended
- causing a feeling of strong opposition or dislike
- causing a feeling of loathing or aversion
- unpleasant to look at or to hear
- unpleasant; disagreeable; offensive
(11897:65) dtestablement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : de faon drestable
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- awfully
- very; very much
- in an unpleasant manner
(11898:66) dtestation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : haine, excration
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- fight
- a combat, esp. unpremeditated, between two person, animals ,or parties
- envy, jealousy, resentment
- hatred and hostility
- hatred and disgust
- feeling of disgust and extreme hatred
- strong dislike or hostility
- active opposition or hostility especially between two people
- strong dislike or opposition towards someone or something
- strong dislike or thing that is disliked; unwillingness; loathing; hostility
- the state of hating so much
- disapproval or dislike
- a very strong feeling of dislike,annoyance and disappointment because of someone's unacceptable behaviour
- a feeling of not liking someone or something
- dislike;distaste
- dislike;repugnance;aversion
- the feeling of hatred or anger towards somebody
- ill will, spitefulness
- prolonged mutual hostility,esp. between two families, tribes
- bitter feeling; hatred or resentment or impudence
- a persistent feeling of ill will or resentment
- dislike; an angry unpleasant feeling towards someone
- intense dislike or ill will
- general or widespread hatred or disgust
- deep long-lasting bitterness
- strong aversion or disgust
- feeling of disgust or horror
- angry argument or disagreement
- quarrel; hassle; brawl
- spite, grudge; malice
- quarrel, wrangle, disputeor wrangle
- malignity; virulence of feeling, language, or conduct
(11899:67) dtest ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : dtest
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- abhorred
- someone or something extremely hated
- hateful and disgusting
- causing disgust; detestable; very unpleasant
- very; very much
- criticized or rebuked
- convicted or censured
- very bad and deserving to be criticized or hated
- loathsome;hated;odious
- unpleasant;not to one's like. Rude or bad tempered
- denounced ;condemned
- sickening;nauseating
- repulsive;disgusting;antipathetic
- cursed, damned, or very bad
- disgusting by excess of flattery, servility or expressions of affection; excessive, cloying
- detested ; odious
- unattractive, displeasing, objectionable
- arousing disgust; repulsive
- causing opposition or disapproval; unpleasant
- offensive; objectionable; disliked
- disgusting; hateful
- deserving to be reprehended
- causing a feeling of strong opposition or dislike
- causing a feeling of loathing or aversion
- unpleasant to look at or to hear
- unpleasant; disagreeable; offensive
(11900:68) dtester ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : avoir de l'aversion pour
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:
- abhor
- feel hatred and disgust; detest
- feel hatred or disgust; detest; loathe
- have an antipathy or hatred to or for
- hate strongly
- to hate
- to think that someone or something is unpleasant
- to dislike;hate
- have an aversion for
- dislike intensely; feel hatred towards
- detest completely
- to hate very much
- hate; dislike
(11901:69) dtonant ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui produit une dtonation
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- ruptured
- breaking out; brusted
- exploded; broken or opened violently apart
- exploding; destructive
- explosive; bursting
- bursting;explosive
- breaking out suddenly and violently
- bursted or rubtured
- a substance that likely or able to explode
- burst into sudden blaze
- exploding; blowing up
- explosive; plosive; volatile
- explosive; bursting; detonating
(11902:70) dtonateur ( t: Nom;d: armes ) : amorce servant faire dtoner un explosif
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- cap
- small paper container with explosive inside it
- a part of a bomb or shell that starts the explusion
- the detonator
- a tube containing explosive
(11903:71) dtonation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : bruit fait par ce qui dtone
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- blowup
- explosion; destruction by explosion
- bursting explosion; outbreak; short spurt from a machine-gun, etc; brief violent effort
- noun gerund of verb to burst
- explosion;noise of as explosion
- outbreak of war,disaese or volcano
- sudden and violent bursting
- an outburst of flame, anger, activity, etc.
- outbreak; outburst
- an explosion of anger etc, espressed in words or an act or instance of bursting out
- the emergence of a stratum, vein, or rock at the surface
- cracking or snapping
- the act or instance of breaking; breach, breach of harmonious relations
- a sudden quick attack
- sudden violent escape of air, stream, oil or gas from a well, etc; bursting of a tyre; blowing out of an electric fuse
- the emergence of a stratum, vein, or rock at the surface or a noticeable manifestation or occurrence
(11904:72) dtoner ( t: Verbe;d: termes militaires ) : exploser bruyamment
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- crack
- to (cause to) break with a sudden sharp sound
- cause something to burst with a loud noise
- make a short sound like a small explosion
(11905:73) dtonner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : chanter faux
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- sing out of tune
(11906:74) dtordre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : remettre dans son premier tat ce qui est tordu
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(11907:75) dtors ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : se dit de ce qui n'est plus tors
:
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(11908:76) dtorsion ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dtordre
:
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(11909:77) dtortiller ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dfaire ce qui est entortill
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(11910:78) dtour ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : changement de direction par rapport la ligne directe
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- wind
- a bend or turn in a course; a single turn when winding
(11911:79) dtourn ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui fait un , des dtours
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- tergiversator
- equivocator; prevaricator ; quibbler.
- indirect (and usually long)
- be indirect (and long)
- shaped or moving around like a circle or awfully indirect(and long)
- roundabout;not straitforward;using dishonest tricks to deceive people
- unclear,mysterious etc in his words and actions
- roundabout, not straight
(11912:80) dtournement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : soustraction frauduleuse
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- theft
- the act or an instance of stealing.
- stealing something
- mis-appropriation of money entrusted to someone
- stealing from the place of work
- the noun gerund of verb to filch
- the noun gerund of verb to fleece
- the theft of personal property
- goods taken from an enemy or goods that have been stolen
- noun gerund of verb to loot
- the act of taking something dishonestly
- taking money dishonestly
- stealing in small quantities
- stealing or rubbing
- rob with violence
- piching or stealing
- act of pinching
- act of seizing property by force
- the act of stealing and robbing
- the act of stealing something
- instance of stealing; theft
- noun gerund of verb (to rob)
- plunder taken from an enemy in war
- spoliation; plunder
- the act or practice of stealing .
(11913:81) dtournement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dtourner
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- getting aside from
- transformation;switching
(11914:82) dtourner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : changer la direction , l'itinraire de
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- cause somebody to be repugnant from
- reject; dismiss curtly
- to make different or leave one place to another;take off something and put something else on ;leave one train to another;move to a different house
- to make something seem less good than it realy is
- deprive of;prevent from
- discourage;dispirit
- advice against
- divert from
- draw the attention of;distract from
- divert ; deflect
- dissuade from ; keep away from .
(11915:83) dtourner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : soustraire frauduleusement
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- abstract
- steal something
- to steal
- to steal money from the place where you work
- pilfer, steal
- to dishonestly take something you have been trusted to keep safe
- take money dishonestly
- rub or steal
- steal something
- steal something in a severe way
- take property from (a person or place) illegally, or derive somebody or something (of what is expected or normal0
- take something by borrowing or without permission
- steal; pilfer
- steal; pinch
- steal (a thing) ; rob
(11916:84) dtracter ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dprcier la valeur de qqch , de qqn
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- takedown
- to degrade , humiliate
- lower someone in dignity; degrade someone
- offend or insult someone by not showing respect
- to scorn;despise
- lower oneself in dignity,social esteem
- consider worthless:feel contempt for
- look on with contempt;to have no respect to someone or something
- have a low openion of;despise
- despise;disdain;scorn
- make trite
- make humble; injure the dignity or self-respect of
- to regard with contempt or a feeling of superiority
- to deal with contempt
- detest someone
- make something look unimportant
- to slight;contempt
- express contempt for
- to feel or show scorn for
- to degrade or diminish
(11917:85) dtraqu ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : atteint de troubles mentaux
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- batty
- crazy; slightly mad
- lunatic person or asylum
- crazy person
- crazy; idiot
- eccentric person
- wildly excited; mad
- suffering from mental disorder
- behaving as if you are crazy:suffering from a mental ilness
- foolish , silly
- laking good sense or judgement ; unwise
- crackbrained; mentally deranged
- insane; mad
- stupid, foolish
- a person of abnormally weak intellect
- mentally weak
- mad, crazy
- crazy
- crazy; abnormal
- mad, crazy
- crazy person
- loony, crazy, mad
- crazy; insane
- mad; crazy; insane
- a person who doesnot control his actions because of mental deffect
- mad
- someone who behaves in a stupid or dangerous way
- behaving as if you are crazy
- behaving in a very mad way
- mad person
- to be mad
- slightly mad (supposed to because of the effect of the moonlight)
- insane or mad
- someone who is likely to behave in a crazy way
- stupid; headless
headlessl; foolish
- lacking wits; foolish, stupid; crazy
- crazy; mad
- foolish; crazy; barmy
(11918:86) dtraquer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dranger un mcanisme
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- counteract
- to act against and make action , force, et of less or no effect
- to make a cripple of; damage or weaken seriuosly
- to breakdown or demobilize
- lessen or relief tension
- make unable to do something;to take away the power of using the limbs
- stop using
- break up;split;separate by force
- fire, dismiss
- make inactive, or inoperative
- make idle
- keep inoperative or undecided for a time or hang up
- leave idle; put out of action
- to prevent something from having any effect
(11919:87) dtrempe ( t: Nom;d: arts ) : peinture l'eau additionne de liant
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- a method of painting in opaque pigments ground in water and thickened with a gluelike substance
- artists' paint made of pigment to be diluted with water and not oil; a picture painted with this; the art of painting with watercolors
(11920:88) dtremper ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : mouiller , imbiber d'un liquide
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- dabble
- to put in or out of water
- make something wet
- to make something slightly wet
- make something feel cool
- make the air humid or damp
- to become slightly wet or to make something slightly wet
- moisten by sprinkling
- spray or wet
- spatter or cause to spatter
- scatter or moisten
- make wet
(11921:89) dtresse ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : situation critique, dangereuse
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- a lack, absence or deficiency; poverty, need; a desire for a thing, etc; a thing so desired
(11922:90) dtresse ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : sentiment d'abandon, de solitude profonde;dsarroi
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- adversity
- unfavourable or unfortunate conditions, event or circumstances; trouble, calamity, disaster; misfortune, affliction
- turning-point in illness, life, history, etc; time of difficulty, danger or anxiety about the future
- a situation in which disagreement cannot be settled
- the state or quality of being difficult;something hard to do or understand
- an unexpected difficult situation
- destitution; poverty; lack
- act of pinching
- impasse, deadlock or crisis
- distress, trouble or predicament
- difficulty ; distress or bother. vexation or a cause of annoyance .
(11923:91) dtriment ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : dommage, prjudice
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- bane
- cause of somebody's ruin or trouble
- harm or injury that causes loss of value
- the state of being harmed or damaged by something
- something that stands in the way of progress,loss;injury
- an ill turn;an injurey especially when trying to help
- wrongdoing,wickedness or disaster
- hurt; damage
- noun gerund of verb to harm
- bodily or material injury; harm; wrong
- damage; injury
- act of losing; state of being lost or detriment or disadvantage resulting from losing
- injury or damage done by a person or other agent , especially on purpose
- a person, thing, or circumstance causing trouble , annoyance, or harm
- illegal act, act or cause upsetting, thing that causes displeasure
- harm ,opinion ,like or dislike of something that isn't found
- damage; harm; loss
- a breach of duty (other than under contract) leading to liability for damages
- what is morally wrong; a wrong action; injustice; unjust action or treatment
- harm, hurt, damage
(11924:92) dtritus ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : immondices, ordures
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- litter
- refuse, etc paper, discarded in an open or public place
- waste material, especially domestic refuse or nonsense; rubbish
- discarded articles; rubbish; anything regarded as of little value; a lump or chunk
- waste or worthless material; rubbish
- waste or worthless material, etc or worthless ideas, etc ; nonsense
- refuse; rubbish. Garbage
- garbage; junk
- rubbish, junk, trash
- garbage ; rubbish or waste material that will be thrown away.
- the refuse of grain or ore etc.
(11925:93) dtroit ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : passage maritime resserr entre deux terres
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- narrow strip of road, between two wide parts, where traffic is slowed down or held up
- of small width in proportion to legth; lacking breadth; of limited scope
- a narrow passage of water connecting two seas
- a narrow passage of water connecting two seas
(11926:94) dtromper ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : tirer d'erreur
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- give advice to somebody; recommend
- to advice; give counsel to
- give advice to somebody; recommend
- lead; direct; instruct
- to guide; direct or command; head
- peachify or sermonize
- sermonize or exhort
- suggest ( acourse of action, tratment, etc ); advise
- to show or tell someone how they should behave or what they should think
- advise or urge somebody seriously
(11927:95) dtrner ( t: Verbe;d: politique ) : dpossder du pouvoir souverain
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- depose
- remove especially a ruler such as a king from a position of authority
- remove a ruler from the throne
(11928:96) dtrousser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : voler, dvaliser
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- mug
- to attack someone and rob them in a public place
- steal something
- to steal
- rob,plunder
- to take property or land away from someone
- to steal money from the place where you work
- pilfer, steal
- strip a person of money , valuable, etc. ; swindle
- to rob or steal goods, especially srom shops or homes that have been damaged in a war or riot
- rub or steal
- stealing or damaging of properity
- steal large amounts of money
- steal something
- steal; plunder; rip off
- steal something in a severe way
- take property from (a person or place) illegally, or derive somebody or something (of what is expected or normal0
- steal; rob; plunder
- steal (a thing) ; rob
(11929:97) dtruire ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : anantir
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- uproot
- eradicate, destroy
- destroy something or somebody completely
- obliterate writing, etc with blot; make a blot over; hide from view; destroy; exterminate enemies, etc
- break to pieces,make useless:put an end to
- remove or wipe out
- kill large number of people or animals
- destroy ( a building, town, etc ) completely
(11930:98) dtruire ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dmolir, abattre
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- addle
- become or cause to become rotten
- to harm and cause loss of value
- to go bad,to be destroyed,to become worse
- break to pieces,make useless:put an end to
- ruin;to cause so much damage to a place
- damage or weaken
- to make something less attractive, spoil
- damage something badly
- decay naturally through the action of bacteria, fungi, etc, or cause something to decay or become useless;,damage
- cause the destruction of something or somebody, spoil something or somebody
- impair, decay, fleece or trouble
- impair the quality or efficiency of; corrupt, debase
- cause the wreck of a ship, etc; completely ruin hopes, etc; suffer a wreck
- to prevent something from having any effect
(11931:99) dtruit ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui a subi une destruction
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- a thing which is harmed or ruined
- ruined;wrecked;devastated
- damaged, spoiled
- destroyed; damaged; wercked
- damaged by use or wear; (of a joke, etc) stale, often heard; (of a person) looking tired and exhausted
- involved in or suffering a wreck or shipwreck

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(11932:1) dette ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : obligation morale
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- instance of committing oneself;a pledge or entrusting for safekeeping or treatment or being committed or obligation that restricts freedom
- an agreement to do something
(11933:2) dette ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : somme d'argent due
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- a person you owe ,or something in a book of account that shoes money spent or owed
- sum of money owed to somebody that has not yet been paid
- money, goods or service owing; being under obligation to pay something
- (the amount of)debts or obligations
(11934:3) dettes ( t: Nom;d: conomie et finances ) : dettes
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- commitments or discounts
- debts or obligations

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(11935:1) deuil ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : marques extrieures du deuil
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- great sadness because someone has died
(11936:2) deuil ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : douleur, tristesseprouve la mort de qqn
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- pain; suffering; distress or thing that causes suffering
- extreme mental or physical suffering; anguish; misery; torture
- severe physical or mental suffering caused by extreme pain or worry
- feeling of being very worried, or something that makes you worry; uneasiness; concern, or solicitous desire, or neurotic fear
- condition of being sad, melancholy
- the state of being sadand gloomy
- subject to distress;exhaust;afflict;make unhappy
- the state of being sad;mournful
- grief; sorrow
- an action of frowning; a vertically furrowed or wrinkled state of the brow; a look expressing severity, disapproval or deep thought
- noun gerund of verb to frown
- melancholy; despondency
- be gloomy or melancholy; frown
- the state of being gloomy
- a glowering look
- frowing; sullen; grim; scowling
- the state of being glum
- sadness; sorrow; unhappiness; trouble
- (of pain etc) severe or causing grief or suffering
- gloom; sullenness; frown
- mental anguish or grief
- a feeling of pressure there, caused by emotion
- great suffering or discomfort, caused for example by being very poor or very sick
- the quality of being very sad; sadness
- sudden feeling of pain
- showing or causing sorrow
- state of being sad
- sadness, grief ,melancholy
- sadness; grief; sorrow
- agony ; pain ; torture or grief .
- noun gerund of verb ( to torment )
- the state of being unhappy
(11937:3) Deutsche Mark ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : monnaie allemende
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- the standard unit of money in Germany
(11938:4) deux ( t: Adjectif;d: nombres ) : un plus un(2)
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- two persons or things, seen together or associated
- two things of the same kind
- pair or couple .
- one more than one .
- pair or couple of dogs, game-birds, etc
(11939:5) deux ( t: Adjectif;d: nombres ) : deuxime
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- person or thing that comes next to the first
- in addition to or apart from
- the second
- the next
- the second of two people or things just mentioned
(11940:6) deuxime ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui occupe un rang marqu par le nombre deux
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- person or thing that comes next to the first
- in addition to or apart from
- the second
- the next
- the second of two people or things just mentioned
(11941:7) deuximement ( t: Adverbe;d: nombres ) : en deuxime lieu
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- again from the very beginning
- once more; another time; as before; furthermore
- in a new or different way; again
- secondly; starting again
- in addition to or apart from
- the next
- adverb used to introduce the second fact
(11942:8) deux-mts ( t: Nom;d: marine ) : voilier deux mats
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- two-masted ship with square sails and an extra fore-and-sft sail on the main-mast
- two-masted ship with square sails and an extra fore-and-sft sail on the main-mast
- type of sailing -ship
(11943:9) deux-pices ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : vtement fminine compos d'une jupe ou d'un pantalon et d'une veste assortis
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(11944:10) deux-points ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : signe de ponctuation(:)
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- punctuation mark (:) used in writing and printing (to direct special attention to what follows)

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(11945:1) dvaler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : descendre rapidement
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(11946:2) dvaliser ( t: Verbe;d: droit et loi ) : voler, cambrioler
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- steal something
- pilfer, steal
- steal (from another's pocket, etc.)
- rub or steal
- steal something in a severe way
- take property from (a person or place) illegally, or derive somebody or something (of what is expected or normal0
- take (another person's property) by force
- steal; pilfer
- steal (a thing) ; rob
(11947:3) dvalorisation ( t: Nom;d: conomie et finances ) : action de dvaloriser
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(11948:4) dvaloriser ( t: Verbe;d: conomie et finances ) : diminuer la valeur
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- to decrease the value of a currency
(11949:5) dvaluation ( t: Nom;d: conomie et finances ) : action de dvaluer
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- decrease; diminution; reduction
- decrease; reduction
- the process of reducing something or an amount
- reduction in the size,number, or amount of something
- making smaller or few
- noun gerund of verb to lessen
- decreasing or lessening
- lessening, reduction, decreasing
- reducing or being reduced
- decrease; diminution; lessening
- an act or instance of minimizing or being minimized
(11950:6) dvaluer ( t: Verbe;d: commerce et affaires ) : diminuer la valeur d'une monnaie
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- to reduce th equality or value of something
- to reduce the value of a currancy
- to decrease the value of a currency
(11951:7) dvaluer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire perdre de sa valeur
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- make or become less
- to go down to a lower level,cause to become shorter,smaller,less
- to become smaller in size, importance, or value
- to reduce to, estimate at, smallest degree or amount
- make something smaller in size, number, degree, price, etc
- cut down; reduce
- to reduce the height or pitch or elevation of; to make or become lower
- get rid of a plan, system, service, or someone in a job, or reduce the amount of money spent on something; put an end to

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(11952:1) devancement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de devancer
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- priority, presumption or precedence
- right to come before something in time
- antecedence or priority
(11953:2) devancer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : venir avant
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- be (go,come) before, infront of or in the lead over; further advanced than
- come or get somewhere before
(11954:3) devancer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire mieux que les autres
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- defeat easily
- exceed or excel in doing or performance; surpass
- be more than a match for (an opponent etc); surpass
- surpass in playing; play better than
- shine brighter than; surpass in ability
- pass over or across or beyond
- be or become higher than; surpass
- to be greater in influence
- have advantage over
- surpass; overpass
- excel, overpass, pass or defeat
- excel ; overtop ; surpass ; outclass.
- excel ; surpass .
(11955:4) devancier ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : qui devance
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- previous in a sequence; preceding or most recent
- previous; earlier; former; preceding
- prefix meaning before or in front of, in time or position
- previous; preceding; presumptive
- coming before in position or time; nearer the front
- past; antiquated
- former;previous
- of the distant past
- former or not excluded
- preceding; previously mentioned
- previous; old
- gone by in time
- before someone or something
- earlier decision ,case ,or event
- prevuious or atecedent
- happening or existintg before something
- preceding
- before the due, usual, or expected time
(11956:5) devant ( t: Nom;d: corps humain ) : face antrieure de qqch
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- in the first line(s)
- of the front; situated in front; (phonetics) (of a speech sound) formed at the front of the mouth
- of, at or on the front; of the front as seen by an onlooker;
(11957:6) devant ( t: Prposition;d: corps humain ) : en avant,en face
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- in the first line(s)
- of the front; situated in front; (phonetics) (of a speech sound) formed at the front of the mouth
- of, at or on the front; of the front as seen by an onlooker;
- in someone's attendance
- earlier than; in front of; in the presence of; face to face with; rather than; in preference to
(11958:7) devant ( t: Prposition;d: non thmatique ) : en prsence de
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(11959:8) devanture ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : partie d'un magasin o les articles sont exposs la vue des passants
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- the show window
- the front part where things, articles, etc are displayed

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