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(24242:1) moquer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : se (-) de, railler, ridiculiser, blaguer
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- mock:laugh scornfully at
- laugh impudently or mockingly ;sneer ; jeer
- express contempt for the low , rules ,etc. by word or action ; mock; insult
- jeer, mock
- scoff derisively; scoff at; deride
- to ridicule; make fun of
- laugh at someone
- to laugh at someone or something
- laugh at someone or something
- to make fun of
- make fun of somebody or something; mock
- scoff at
- smile derisively or say sneeringly
- to mock, ridicule, deride.
(24243:2) moquer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ne faire nul cas de; mpriser
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- 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
(24244:3) moquerie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action , habitude de se moquer
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- sarcasm:mockery and scorn
- a flouting speech or act
- an instance of gibing; a taunt
- mockery, sarcasm
- a feeling or attitude of laughing at someone or something or of trying to make them seem completely stupid
- process of making somebody or something appear foolish or absurd; scorn
- bitter or ironic remarks
- act of acoffing
- strong contempt
- a derisive smile or remark
- a scoff or taunt
- mock, mockery, ridicule, derision
(24245:4) moquette ( t: Nom;d: mnage ) : tapis recouvrant tout le sol d'une pice
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- thick covering for floors or stairs,often with a pattern woven into it
- a thick soft material used for covering furniture
(24246:5) moqueur ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui manifeste un got pour la moquerie
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- bitter; full of angry comments
- biting ; sarcastic
- of or like acynic; sneering or contemptuous
- showing or deserving derision
- sarcastic:sardonic and cynical
- satiric, sarcastic
- sarcastic; ironic
- aperson who makes fun of somebody or something
- of or using sarcasm
- expressing scorn
- containing or usiing satire
- containing or usiing satire
- sarcastic or looking sad and serious
- sarcastic; sardonic
- sarcastic; ironic; satiric
- (of wind, etc) chilly; sharp or (of remarks, etc)stinging
(24247:6) moqueur ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : inspir par la moquerie
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- bitter; full of angry comments
- biting ; sarcastic
- showing or deserving derision
- sarcastic:sardonic and cynical
- satiric, sarcastic
- of or using sarcasm
- expressing scorn
- containing or usiing satire
- containing or usiing satire
- sarcastic; sardonic
- sarcastic; ironic; satiric
- indirect; made in a sarcastic way

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(24248:1) moral ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : conforme ses rgles
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- showing great love and loyality for someone or something
- doing or observant
- having strong religious beliefs
- truthful ; sincere ; honest .
(24249:2) moral ( t: Adjectif;d: psychologie ) : relatif l'esprit, la pense
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- system of moral principles;rules of conduct
- of morals or moral qustions
- concerning principles of right and wrong
- adjective of moral
(24250:3) moral ( t: Adjectif;d: sentiments et motions ) : qui relve de la morale
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- of morals or moral qustions
- concerning principles of right and wrong
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(24251:4) morale ( t: Nom;d: littrature et posie ) : ce qui constitue une leon de morale
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- traditional saying; proverb
- fact or event that illustrates a general or good rule
- sermon or exhortation
- a hint or indication of difficulty, danger, etc; anything that serves to warn; cautionary notice; act of warning somebody
- occurance, example, etc that serves or should serve to warn or encourage
(24252:5) morale ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ensemble de rgles de conduite considres comme bonnes
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(24253:6) morale ( t: Nom;d: psychologie ) : science du bien et du mal
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- science that deals with morals
- principles or standards of good behaviour
- study of morals
(24254:7) moralement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : conformement la morale
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- morally or related to morals
- in a moral way
(24255:8) moralisateur ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui fait la morale
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- behaving in a controlled way according to strict rules
- educational
- related to education
- educational or instructive
(24256:9) moralisateur ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : dont les actes sont conformes aux rgles de la morale
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- bred
- reproduced; generated; brought up; polite
- of human society or politely helpful;civilized
- having, showing, good manners; polite and kind to
- educated; civilized; cultivated
- courteous
- having good manners; polite
- brought up; tought; educated
- reared; brought up
- burnished or well-mannered
- having or showing good manners
- cultured, educated
- courteous; suave; elegant and refined in manner
- having or showing good breeding or manners
- having good manners
- behaving in a polite way that was once supposed to be typical for women
(24257:10) moralisation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de moraliser
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(24258:11) moraliser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire des rflexions morales; prcher
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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
(24259:12) moraliser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rendre conforme la morale
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- give moral interpretation of
(24260:13) moraliser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rprimander
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- punish in order to correct or make chaste
- to punish severely
- to apply decipline to;train and control the mind and character of;punish
(24261:14) moralisme ( t: Nom;d: adjectifs ) : attachement formaliste la morale
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- related to morals or good behaviours
- morals or good behaviours
- natural system of morality; principles of conduct based on distinction between right and wrong, not on religion
- (standards, principals of) good behaviour
(24262:15) moraliste ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : empreint de moralisme
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- of morals or moral qustions
- concerning principles of right and wrong
- adjective of moral
(24263:16) moraliste ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : auteur qui crit sur les moeurs
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- a teacher of moral principles
(24264:17) moralit ( t: Nom;d: littrature et posie ) : conclusion morale
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- meaning; sense; signification
(24265:18) moralit ( t: Nom;d: psychologie ) : caractre moral
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(24266:19) moralit ( t: Nom;d: psychologie ) : attitude, conduite morale
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- moral strength or very distinguishing quality
- condition or circumstance that gives one superiority or success or a good useful quality that something has
- facility that makes it easier to live somewhere; convenience; comfort; advantage
- special quality or feature of something or someone
- a distinctive or characteristic part of a thing
- characteristic quality
- distinctive feature
- a settled or regular tendency or practice
- view or feeling, or mode of behaviour, peculiar to a person
- speciality
- qyality of being peculiar
- skill or custom
- characteristic; attribute
- characteristic trait
- a peculiarity of behaviour
- characteristic, peculiarity, property or mark
- a distinguishing feature or characteristic esp. of a person.
- type or quality
- a distinctive attribute or faculty; a characteristic trait; the relative nature or kind or character of a thing
(24267:20) morasse ( t: Nom;d: journalisme et imprimerie ) : dernire preuve d'un journal
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(24268:21) moratoire ( t: Nom;d: droit et loi ) : suspension des actions en justice
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- legal authorization to delay payment of debts
(24269:22) moratorium ( t: Nom;d: droit et loi ) : suspension des actions en justice
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- legal authorization to delay payment of debts
(24270:23) morbide ( t: Adjectif;d: mdecine ) : propre la maladie
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- diseased; unhealthy
(24271:24) morbide ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui a un caractre malsain
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- lean or thin
- weak; delicate; feeble
- poor; weak; faulty
- looking like a corpse ;deadly pale or skinny
- weak,having lost power
- made weak and thin
- having faults ; imperfect, defective
- feeble, ineffective
- weak , infirm
- inactive, indolent, weak
- (of person) made exceptionally thin by hunger or illness
- inert; slow-moving; spiritless; idle; weak
- weak; feeble
- (of a person or animal) thin; having no superfluous fat; (of meat) having little fat
- without power or stregnth
- skinny, thin, meager
- poor in quality
- powerless, lacking all strength
(24272:25) morbidit ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : caractre de ce qui est morbide
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(24273:26) morbleu ( t: Interjection;d: non thmatique ) : juron marquant la colre, l'impatience
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- may evil be fall him !
(24274:27) morceau ( t: Nom;d: littrature et posie ) : fragment d'une oeuvre crite
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- literary extracts or gleanings
- collection of poems or pieces of prose on the same subject or by the same writer
- anthology;selections
- selections or extracts
- anthology;selected writings or pieces
- chosen writings or pieces
- analects; collectanea
- selections of different works
(24275:28) morceau ( t: Nom;d: littrature et posie ) : oeuvre ou partie d'une oeuvre d'art
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- a literary or musical composition
- work (of art or literature)
- a book that written quickly to make money
(24276:29) morceau ( t: Nom;d: musique ) : fragment d'oeuvre musicale
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- that which is composed;a poem,a book,a piece of music,an arrangement of objects to be painted or photographed;exercise written by a student
- piece of music
- a piece of music
- a separate musical composition or set of compositions of many kind
- a melody with or without harmony .
- musical composition; tune
(24277:30) morceau ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : partie d'un tout
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- a very small part, piece, or amount
- a part broken off; a detached piece
- any of the parts of something
- something cut from anewspaper, etc and kept for referance
(24278:31) morceau ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : morceau
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- a small piece of food
- piece cut off by biting; food to eat; grip; hold
(24279:32) morcelable ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : que l'on peut morceler
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- that can be separated
(24280:33) morceler ( t: Verbe;d: adjectifs ) : diviser en morceaux, en parties
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- divide into fractions
- break up into parts
- arrange in or divide into section
- crack, break , rend
- divided
(24281:34) morcellement ( t: Nom;d: adjectifs ) : action de morceler
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- action of allotting or the amount or portion allotted
- allocation; allotment; share; division; distribution
- act of division (of a country) into separate parts
- noun gerund of verb to divide
- separation;a part;a mathematical process
- separation into parts
- noun gerund of verb to section
- division; partition; separation
(24282:35) mordant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui mord ; qui entame en rongeant
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- tending to corrod
- destroying or wearing something out gradually
(24283:36) mordant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : incisif, piquant
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- strong and distinctive in falvour
(24284:37) mordant ( t: Adjectif;d: animaux ) : mordant(animaux)
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- inclined to snap
(24285:38) mordant ( t: Nom;d: littrature et posie ) : un ton vif et original
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- action; labour; liveliness; motion; vivaciousness
- vivacity,impetuousity and enthusiasm
- feeling of liveliness
- activity or quickness
- physical strength or energy; vitality, forcefulness of thought, language, style, etc
- vitality; vigor; activeness; energy
- the state of being vivacious
- vitality; vigor; liveliness
- vitality; liveliness
(24286:39) mordant ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : substance qu'on applique sur une toffe pour fixer un colorant
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- expressing agreement; indicating "yes"
- a thing that fixed or secure
- tend to fix or secure
- a person or thing that fixes
- a something fixed or fastened in position
- fixative or balancer
(24287:40) mordicus ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : avec une fermet opinitre
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- in a stiff way
- stiffly; in a strict way
(24288:41) mordillage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de mordiller
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(24289:42) mordiller ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : mordre lgrement et de nombreuses reprises
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(24290:43) mordor ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : d'un brun chaud avec des reflets dors
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(24291:44) mordre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : serrer,saisir avec les dents en blessant
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- cause grief or great distress or suffer grief
(24292:45) mordre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : entamer une matire
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- wear away skin, rock, fabric, etc by rubbing
- wear away, destroy slowly by chemical action or disease, be worn away thus
- to eat something quickly because you are very hungry;to destroy something or someone
- to erode
- consume or obsess
- to eat into something
- to destroy or wear something away gradually
- bite persistently; wear away by biting
(24293:46) mordre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : aller au-del de la limite fixe
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- cancel, repeal or annul something
- 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)
- go beyond or be greater or more numerous than
- leave behind; go past; overtake
- go beyond; over step
- overstep; go beyond
- leave behind; go ahead of
- have no concern with
- leave (a competitor) behind completely
- reach further than or surpass
- went beyond the limits of (a certain topic)
- circumvent, outwit; get the better of by cunning or artifice
- pass beyond (a boundary or mark) or violate certain standards of behaviours, etc
- go above or beyond the limits of something .
- go beyond the bounds or limits set by ; violate ; infringe .
- disregard; fail to comply with (an oath, treaty, law, etc), break upon, disturb (a person's privacy etc)
(24294:47) mordu ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui a subi une morsure
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(24295:48) mordu ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : passionn, amoureux
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(24296:49) mordu ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : personne qui a un got extrme pour qqch
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- tendency, predilection, liking, fondness
- liking or taste for something
- become fond of
(24297:50) morelle ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : plante petites fleurs,du genre solanum
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- a poisonous plant, which includes black nightshade, with black berries, or red berries
- a type pf plant
(24298:51) morfal ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : personne qui mange avec un apptit vorace
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- an excessively greedy eater
(24299:52) morfondre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : s'ennuyer attendre longtemps
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(24300:53) morgue ( t: Nom;d: adjectifs ) : attitude hautaine, mprisante
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- state of being haughty
- self-importance; self-esteem
- overbearing presumption; conceit; pompousness; scornfulness
- arrogance; self-conceit
- personal vanity;too much pride
- vanity;too much prid
- believing that one is more important than others
- an act or instance of flaunting
- the noun gerund of verb to flaunt
- proud, very unfriendly manner
- presuming something to be true or haughiness
- the state of showing disrespect
- behaving as if something is true
- pretense
- the action of trying to seem more important
- strut; vanity; self-importance
- haughtiness; mincing; self-importance
- pride or disdain
- boastfulness; extreme vanity
- conceit and desire for admiration of one's personal attainments or attractions
(24301:54) morgue ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : salle o on garde momentanment les morts
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- building in which bodies of persons found dead are kept until they are identified and claimed by members of their families
(24302:55) moribond ( t: Adjectif;d: mdecine ) : qui est prs de mourir
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- about to die
- about to die
- approaching death
- at the point of death
(24303:56) morigner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rprimander, gronder
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- rebuke sharply; rate
- scold sharply
- to punish or criticize someone severly
- to criticize or rebuke
- to rebuke;speak angrily to
- express sharp or severe disapproval to somebody
- criticize or rebuke (somebody or somebody's behaviours)
- rebuke somebody (for a fault, etc)
- criticize somebody or oneself, especially for failing to do something
- blame or rbuke somebody; censure
- express anger, criticism, etc
- severe scold or reprimand .
- chide or reproach (a person)
- talk noisily, foolishly or complainingly; bark shrilly or fussily
- scold; berate
- to degrade or diminish
(24304:57) morne ( t: Adjectif;d: sentiments et motions ) : empreint de tristesse
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- 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
(24305:58) mornifle ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : gifle donne du revers de la main
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- a blow in the face
- stab or lung ; jab ; nudge .
- a light blow with something broad
- the act or an instance of nudging; a gentle push
- a blow with the palm of the hand
- a heavy blow
(24306:59) morose ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui est d'une humeur triste
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- overwhelmed with sorrow or grief
- sad,grived,depressed
- has nothing pleasant;sad;gloomy;miserable
- dejected;discouraged;despondent
- sad; mournful
- sad and discouraged
- dejected; frustrated; sad
- in low spirit;dejected
- depressed; sullen
- sad; unhappy; sorrowful
- sad; unhappy; sorrowful
- sad; doleful
- dejected, dispirited
- feeling very sad, often because of mental illness
- sad or making you feel sad
- very sad
- showing or causing sorrow
- unhappy, sad, mournful
- regretful; sad; regrettable
- not happy, miserable
- be depressed or depressing
(24307:60) morosit ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : caractre morose
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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
(24308:61) morphme ( t: Nom;d: linguistique ) : unit minimale de signification
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(24309:62) morphine ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : stupfiant, alcalode principal de l'opium
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- (old-fashioned) a powerful and addictive drug used for stopping pain and making people calmer
- a powerful and addictive drug used for stopping pain and making people calmer
(24310:63) morphinomane ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : qui s'intoxique la morphine
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- addict of morphia
(24311:64) morphinomanie ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : toxicomanie la morphine
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- getting addicted to morphine
(24312:65) morphologie ( t: Nom;d: linguistique ) : tude de la formation des mots
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- science of morphology
- the study of the morphemes of a language and of the way in which they are joined together to make words
(24313:66) morphologie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : tude de la forme et de la structure externe des tres vivants
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- the scientific study of how animals, plants, and their parts are formed
(24314:67) morphologique ( t: Adjectif;d: linguistique ) : relatif la morphologie
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- connected with morphology
(24315:68) morphologiste ( t: Adjectif;d: linguistique ) : savant la morphologie
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- person specialized in grammar
- a scientist of morphology
(24316:69) morphopsychologie ( t: Nom;d: psychologie ) : tude des corrlations qui existeraient chez l'homme entre type morphologique et caractristiques psychiques
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(24317:70) morpion ( t: Nom;d: insectes ) : pou de pubis
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- (plural of louse)small wingling insects that live on people's and animal's skin
(24318:71) morpion ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : garon trs jeune
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- young and inexperienced
- not far advanced in life, development or existence; not yet old; youthful, immature, inexperienced; characteristic of youth; representing young people
- young, especially in appearance or manner; having the characteristic of youth; having the freshness or vigour of youth
- immature; youthful
(24319:72) mors ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : levier qui passe dans la bouche du cheval
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- bit
- cutting end or part of tool, as boring-piece of drill, cutting-iron of plane; part of key engaging with levers of lock; mouthpiece of horse's bridle
- chain or leather strap passing under a horse's jaw to control it
- something that holds one back or restrains
- a simmple bridle-bit
(24320:73) morse ( t: Nom;d: animaux marins ) : mammifre marin des rgions arctiques
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- a large amphibious Arctic mammal, related to the sea lions and having two long tusks
(24321:74) morsure ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de mordre
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- biting
- noun gerund of verb to bite
(24322:75) morsure ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : plaie faite en mordant
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- bite
- act of biting; injury resulting from a biting or sting; sharpness; sting
(24323:76) morsure ( t: Nom;d: termes militaires ) : vive attaque
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- assault
- sudden violent attack; aggression; strike; storm
- violent attempt to hurt, overcome or defeat somebody or something; or severe criticism; or vigorous attempt to deal with something; assault; censure
- aggressive action, campaign or attitude
- a fierce attack
- sudden surprise attack and withdrawal by troops
- make a raid on ( place )
- sudden attack
(24324:77) mort ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui a cess de vivre
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- dead
- no longer alive
- something mortal
- dead; not alive
- dead :not existing any more,or not useful any more
- dead; deceased
- lacking life; no longer living
- used literary to say that someone is dead
(24325:78) mort ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : sans activit
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:
- sluggish
- inert; inactive; slow-moving; torpid; indolent; lazy
- static or dull
(24326:79) mort ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui semble avoir perdu la vie
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:
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(24327:80) mort ( t: Nom;d: Sciences ) : cessation de la vie
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- tie of death
- moment of decease
(24328:81) mortadelle ( t: Nom;d: nourriture et boissons ) : gros saucisson de porc et de boeuf
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(24329:82) mortaise ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : entaille faite dans une pice de bois pour recevoir une autre pice
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- mortise
- a hole cut in a piece of wood or stone to receive the tenon(the shaped end) of another piece and form a joint
(24330:83) mortaiser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : pratiquer une martaise dans
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- carve
- to cut shapes out of solid wood or stones or to cut a pattern or letter on the surface of something
- to cut words or pictures on metal,wood,glass,etc
(24331:84) mortalit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : phnomne de la mort,considr du point de vue du nombre
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:
- percentage of dead people in a certain area in a certain time
(24332:85) mort-aux-rats ( t: Nom;d: chimie ) : prparation empoisonne destine la destruction des rongeurs
:
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(24333:86) mortel ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui doit mourir
:
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- being superannuated
- certain to vanish
- no longer alive
- that can be destroyed
- approaching death
- quickly disappearing or fading from the memory
- not permanent
- likely to decay
- being destroyed
(24334:87) mortel ( t: Adjectif;d: mdecine ) : qui cause la mort
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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 .
(24335:88) mortellement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : d'un coup mortel
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:
- thug
(24336:89) mortellement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : un trs haut degr
:
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:
- exceedingly
- extremely to an un usual degree
- in a high degree
- very much
- to a greater extent than is desirable; extremely or moreover
(24337:90) mortier ( t: Nom;d: armes ) : bouche feu me lisse
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:
- mortar
- a heavy gun that fires bombs or shells in a high curve
(24338:91) mortier ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : rcipient servant broyer certaines substances
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(24339:92) mortier ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : mlange constitu de sable,d'un liant
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- grout
- mortar or gypsum
- grey powder from lime and clay (used in building) or any similar substance that sets firm (used for filling holes or joining things)
- heavy sticky soil that can be usedfor making pots,bricks,etc
- building material made by mixing cement with sand,gravel,etc
- mixture of lime, sand, and water used to hold bricks, stones etc in building
- a soft substance used to fix glass into window frames
- clay or cement used to stop a hole, protect a graft, etc
(24340:93) mortifiant ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui mortifie, humilie
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- abusive
- very rude and insolent
- disparaging; underestimating; humiliating
- made up of many parts;difficult to do or understand
- reducing the quality or value of something
- humiliating,disgraceful
- demeaning:degrading:debasing
- discreditable;degrading;shameful
- shameful;without honour
- degrading;debasing;demeaning
- demeaning;humiliating;degrading
- degrading;demeaning;humiliating
- deeply criminal; utterly villainous
- the noun gerundof verb to flurry
- degrading; debasing
- outrageous, shameful
- severely scornful; abusive
- making someone very worried
- putting into disorder;perplexing,amazing
(24341:94) mortification ( t: Nom;d: Sciences ) : souffrance qu'on s'impose pour faire pnitence
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- the act of controlling your physical desires and needs by making your body suffer pain
(24342:95) mortification ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : humiliation
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- abasement
- degradation; humiliation
- baseness, humiliation, meekness or submissiveness
- wrong , bad , corrupt or unfair use or treatment
- a remark or action that offends or insults someone
- condition of being looked down upon or despised or shame;disgrace
- insolent language or disgrace
- the act of devalue or reducing the quality
- reducing in rank:to be less
- noun gerund of verb to demean
- the state of making or becoming less in value or making something seem to be unimportant
- a complete lack of respect that you show to someone or something
- humiliating; abasing
- debasing ; humiliating .
- lacking degnity or shyness
- commonplaceness
- hackneying ; banality ; insignificancy or misuse.
(24343:96) mortifier ( t: Verbe;d: sentiments et motions ) : soumettre le corps la mortification
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- mortify
(24344:97) mortifier ( t: Verbe;d: sentiments et motions ) : humilier
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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
(24345:98) mort-n ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : mort en venant au monde
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(24346:99) mortuaire ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : relatif aux morts,aux crmonies en leur honneur
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(24347:100) morue ( t: Nom;d: animaux marins ) : gros poisson des mers froides
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- cod
- large sea fish
- large sea fish
- small codish
(24348:101) morve ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : grave maladie contagieuse des chevaux
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- farcy
- glanders with inflammation of the lymph vessels
- a contagious disease of horses
(24349:102) morve ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : scrtion des muqueuses du nez
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- mucus
- a slimy substance, usually not miscible with water, secreted by a mucous membrane or gland
- mucus of the nose
- the snot
- nasal mucus
(24350:103) morveux ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui a de la morve au nez
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(2/1930)


(24351:1) mosaque ( t: Nom;d: arts ) : assemblage de pices multicolores de matriaux durs
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- pattern or picture made by fitting together small pieces of coloured stone, glass, etc
- mosaic; the act or an instance of tessellating.
(24352:2) mosaque ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : relatif au mosaque
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- mosaic
- of a pattern or picture made by fitting together small pieces of coloured stone, glass, etc
- mosaic; of or resembling mosaic.
(24353:3) moscou ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : capitale de la russie
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- the capital city of russia
(24354:4) mosque ( t: Nom;d: religion ) : difice cultuel de l'islam
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- general
- affecting all or most people, places, things or not limited to one part of a person or thing or showing the chief aspects of something or normal
- a place in which Moslems worship

(2/1931)


(24355:1) mot ( t: Nom;d: linguistique ) : lment de la langue
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- word
- a sound or combination of sounds forming a meaningful element of speech; speech; a thing said, message, command, motto, password, remark, etc
(24356:2) motard ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : motocycliste
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- motorcyclist
- someone who rides a motorcycle
(24357:3) mot-cl ( t: Nom;d: journalisme et imprimerie ) : celui qui donne l'explication d'un problme
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:
- keyword
- keyword
(24358:4) motel ( t: Nom;d: construction mcanique ) : htel situ au bord d'une route
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- motor inn; motel
- motor inn; motel
- a large vehicle with beds, a kitchen, toilet used as a hotel for travellers
- motel, motor hotel
- a hotel for people travelling, where you can park your car outside your room
- a small hotel on the road for travellers
(24359:5) moteur ( t: Adjectif;d: construction mcanique ) : qui donne le mouvement
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- actuating
- moving; bringing something into motion; operating
- something moving or operating another
- a machine converting energy to motion
(24360:6) moteur ( t: Nom;d: construction mcanique ) : appareil qui transforme en nergie mcanique d'autres formes d'nergie
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- engine
- a machine converting energy to motion
- exciting; stimulting;agitating
(24361:7) moteur ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : motif dterminant
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- catching
- charming ; able to spread quickly among people
- agitating or rousing
- rousing or excitant
- instigated, stimulated
- thrilling, galvanizing
- stimulating; rousing; inspiring; stirring
- extremely exciting; extremely alarming
- a person who rouses
- exciting; stimulting;agitating
- goad; motive; cause
- stimulating, stimulative
- stimulant or activating
- stimulant or activating
- stimulant or activating
- stimulant or incentive
- enchanting; captivating; fascinating or enthusing .
- someone who deliberately causes problems , esp. by complaining or making people argue with each other .
- motivating; stimulating; prompting
- (of newspapers, etc) unscrupulously sensational
- exciting; agitating; stirring; stimulating
(24362:8) moteur-fuse ( t: Nom;d: construction mcanique ) : propulseur raction
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- an engine pushing hot air and gases behind it
(24363:9) motif ( t: Nom;d: arts ) : sujet d'une peinture
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- motif
- an idea, subject, or pattern that is regularly repeated and developed in a book, film, work of art etc
(24364:10) motif ( t: Nom;d: arts ) : modle
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- design
- drawing or outline from which something may be made:a general arrangement or planning
- cutting photos or words on wood,glass,etc
(24365:11) motif ( t: Nom;d: arts ) : ornement servant de thme dcoratif
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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
- a representation of a person or animal, made by drawing, painting, or photography
- act of representing or state of being represented
- photograph; snap; picture
- photograph; shot
(24366:12) motif ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : cause, explication
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- cause
- motive or reason
- in the interest or to the benefit of
- reason; cause
- reason or cause
- ( fact put forward as or serving as the ) cause of, motive for or justification for something
- to or in order to; so that.
- toward ; till or that, so, for .
- as a contribution to ; for .
(24367:13) motion ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : texte soumis l'approbation d'une assemble
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- suggestion
- proposal, consultation, inspiration, intimation or trace
(24368:14) motivation ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : ensemble des motifs d'un acte
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- justification
- the action of justifying; that which justifies; a defence; a good reason or cause; the fact or condition of being so justified
(24369:15) motiv ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : justifi par des motifs
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- effect
- result or outcome
(24370:16) motiver ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : justifier par des motifs
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- account for
- give reason or explanation why something happens
- furnish a justifying justification for
- justify or vindicate
- to justify, vindicate
- justify; explain
- show the justice or rightness of; demonstrate the correctness of; adduce adequate grounds for; vindicate
- clear of blame or suspicion or establish the existence, merits, or justice of (one's courage etc) or justify (a person, oneself etc) by evidence etc
(24371:17) moto ( t: Nom;d: transport ) : vhicule deux roues
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- motorbike
- a fast two-wheeled vehicle with an engine
- a fast, usually large, two wheeled-vehicle with an engine
(24372:18) motocross ( t: Nom;d: sport et passe-temps ) : course de motos sur parcours accident
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- motocross
- motocross
(24373:19) motoculteur ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : machine automatique utilise pour la culture marachre
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(24374:20) motocycle ( t: Nom;d: transport ) : cycle m par un moteur
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- motorbike
- a fast two-wheeled vehicle with an engine
- a fast, usually large, two wheeled-vehicle with an engine
(24375:21) motocyclette ( t: Nom;d: transport ) : vhicule deux roues
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- motorbike
- a fast two-wheeled vehicle with an engine
- a fast, usually large, two wheeled-vehicle with an engine
(24376:22) motocycliste ( t: Nom;d: transport ) : personne qui conduit une motocyclette
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- motorcyclist
- someone who rides a motorcycle
(24377:23) motonautisme ( t: Nom;d: sport et passe-temps ) : sport de la navigation sur des embarcations rapides moteur
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- surfing
- the sport of being carried by the waves while lying on a surfboard
(24378:24) motopompe ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : pompe actionne par un moteur
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- automatic pump
(24379:25) motorisation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de motoriser
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(24380:26) motoris ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : dot de moyens de transport automobiles
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- automated
- caused to operate by automation
- (of a machine) working by itself without direct human control; self-regulating
- automatic; ; working of itself, without direct human actuation; mechanical; self-regulating
- of, connected with, produced by machines
- connected with mechanics
- driven by a motor
- to be automatic or driven by a motor
- self-proppeled or automative
- driven by the hierer
- automatic; automotive
(24381:27) motoriser ( t: Verbe;d: construction mcanique ) : munir d'un moteur
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- motorize
- equip with motors
(24382:28) motoriste ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : spcialiste de la rparation des moteurs
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- someone who operates a machine, especially in a factory
- an expert in machines and machinery
(24383:29) motrice ( t: Nom;d: transport ) : automotrice tractant plusieurs voitures
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- engine
- a machine pushing railway train
- motor-car;automobile,etc or (American) train carriage or wagon
- railway engine
- a series of railway carriages moved by a powered carriage .
- a low truck running on rails .
- vehicle pulled by horses that was used like a taxi in former times or wheeled vehicle for passengers
(24384:30) motricit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ensemble des fonctions biologiques qui assurent le mouvement
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- motivity
- power of motion
(24385:31) motte ( t: Nom;d: agriculture ) : morceau de terre compacte
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- loam
- good quality soil consisting of sand, clay, etc
(24386:32) motte ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : moule en sable
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- highlandf
- an area of the country where there are a lot of mountains
- a naturally raised area of land, not as high as the mountain
- a large area of high flat land
- high or hilly ground
- a hight more than usual
(24387:33) motu proprio ( t: Locution adverbiale;d: non thmatique ) : spontanment
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- automatically
- mechanically; habitually; unconsciously; spontaneously
- in a voluntary way; willingly
(24388:34) motu proprio ( t: Nom;d: religion ) : acte lgislatif promulg par le pape de
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(24389:35) motus! ( t: Interjection;d: non thmatique ) : s'emploie pour engager garder le silence
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- calling for silence
- calling for silence
- be silent: hush!

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(24390:1) mou ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui manque de vivacit
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- gander
- stupid; foolish; silly; simple-minded
- stupid; empty-headed; idiotic; foolish
- stupid; lacking cleverness
- foolish person
- lazy;sluggish;indolent
- slow to understand;stupid;tedious; boring
- a person slow at learning; a dullard
- a stupid person
- sluggish or dull
- a stupid person
- a stupid person
- vacantly silly ; purposeless
- silly , absent- minded
- unintelligent
- laking good sense or judgement ; unwise
- a person of abnormally weak intellect
- mentally weak
- inert; slow-moving; spiritless; idle; weak
- doing little work; of or inducing idleness
- lazy person
- feeling as if you have no energy and no interest in doing something
- lacking enrgy or enthusiasm; disinclined for exertion
- foolish person; idiot
- stupid, slow-witted
- a fool; a simpleton
- a simpleton
- a stupid or foolish person; a numbskull
- foolish or stupid
- stupid; simple-minded
- sluggish ; inactive ; dull ; apathetic or numb ; dormant .
- lazy, sluggish, dull
(24391:2) mou ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui cde facilement au toucher
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- loose
- slack, relaxed, not tense or tight
- (of muscles, etc)loose, relaxed, not compact
- ( of material etc.) pliant ; malleable .
- faint; dim; subdued
- adaptable and flexible
- strechable or distensible
- hanging down ; limp ; flaccid
- hanging losse or wrinkled ; limp, flabby
- able to be bend with out breaking
- supple ; mobile
- full of juice; succulent
- flexible; supple
- not firm or strong
- lithe, supple;(of the body) thin and graceful
- supple, flexible
- soft and sweet in taste; soft, pure and rich in colour and sound
- laking vigour or drive; weak; inspidily pretty or sentimental
- made of plastic
- adj (of an object or material) springing back to its original form after being bent, streched, crushed, etc; springy
- of or like rubber
- of or like rubber
- weak or subservient
- flabby; flaccid
- flexible
- easily cut or chewed, not tough
- easily handled ; manageable ; docile .
(24392:3) moucharabieh ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : grillage fait de petits bois tourns
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- window projecting from the upper storey of a house, etc
(24393:4) mouchard ( t: Adjectif;d: droit et loi ) : dnonciateur, dlateur
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- stooge
- a person who collects secretely information on the activities of an enemy
- person who keeps watch on others or collects secretely information on the activities of an enemy
(24394:5) mouchard ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : appareil de contrle
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(24395:6) mouchardage ( t: Nom;d: politique ) : action de moucharder; dnonciation
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- using spies to obtain secret information
- engage in using spies to get secret information
- to snoop on
- be engaged in espionage
- the espionage
- the practice of tapping a telephone or telegraph line to eavesdrop
(24396:7) moucharder ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dnoncer qqn
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- to tell someone in authority about something wrong that someone has done.
- to slander, defame , backbite , etc
- to slander , say untrue statements about someone , etc
- perch or to speak publically against:to give information against
- roost, reported in a slanderous way
- to formally or officially tell someone about something
- talking continously about silly things
- give a spoken or written account of something heard, seen, done, studied, etc, especially one that published or broadcast
- inform against or spread calumnies
- make facts, etc known or cause or allow something to be seen
- perch on a branch or other support
- speak ill of ; misrepresent .
(24397:8) moucharder ( t: Verbe;d: politique ) : pratiquer le mouchardage
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- using spies to obtain secret information
- engage in using spies to get secret information
- to snoop on
- be engaged in espionage
- the espionage
- the practice of tapping a telephone or telegraph line to eavesdrop
(24398:9) mouche ( t: Nom;d: insectes ) : insecte diptre aux formes traques
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- fly
- a one-horse hackney, housefly
- kind of big biting insects
(24399:10) mouche ( t: Nom;d: sport et passe-temps ) : point noir au centre d'une cible
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- aiming point
(24400:11) moucher ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rprimander, remettre sa place
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- rebuke sharply; rate
- scold sharply
- to punish or criticize someone severly
- to criticize or rebuke
- to rebuke;speak angrily to
- express sharp or severe disapproval to somebody
- criticize or rebuke (somebody or somebody's behaviours)
- rebuke somebody (for a fault, etc)
- criticize somebody or oneself, especially for failing to do something
- blame or rbuke somebody; censure
- express anger, criticism, etc
- severe scold or reprimand .
- chide or reproach (a person)
- talk noisily, foolishly or complainingly; bark shrilly or fussily
- scold; berate
- to degrade or diminish
(24401:12) moucher ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dbarrasser les narines des scrtions nasales
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(24402:13) moucheron ( t: Nom;d: insectes ) : petite insecte diptre
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- midge
- a small flying insect that bites people
(24403:14) mouchet ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : tachet
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- dappled
- marked with spots of colour,light and shade
- decorated with needlework
- spotted, speckled
- one or thingthat is covered with two colours
- spotted; dappled
- having mixed colours
- with irregular markings of two or more colours
- with irregular patches of white and another colour
- spotted, mottled or variegated
- speckled, stained or splashed
- having spots; dotty
(24404:15) moucheter ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : parsemer de petites marques
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- smear or daub with paint, mud, etc
- spot or stain with ink; make blots; smudge; sully; detract from; obliterate with blot; dry with blotting-paper
- make a blotch; stain; smudge; sully
- blot; spot
- to mark something with spots of colour,light or shade
- make with flecks ; dapple; variegate
- spot with
- stain, embrocate
- mark; soil; or smear
- stain; blot; smear
- stain; smear
- dirty; stain
- mark with speckles or patches
- stain; smear
- blot, blotch, sully or smudge
- stain; blot; spot
(24405:16) moucheture ( t: Nom;d: adjectifs ) : tache naturelle sur le pelage de certains animaux
:
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:
- dapple
- a mark or a round patch of different colours
- a small patch of colour or light
- fleck, spot or dapple
- stain; blot; speckle
- stain,spot, blotch
(24406:17) moucheture ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ornement donn une toffe
:
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:
- fleck
- a spot on the skin ; a freckle
- mark caused by ink split on paper; fault; disgrace; something that takes away from the beauty or goodness of something
- large discoloured mark, usually irregular in shape
- a small patch of colour or light
- a small mark on something, especially one that is made by a liquid ; a spot
- the act or an instance of smearing
- a spot or stain
- stain; blot; tarnish
- stain; splotch
- a small spot, dot, or stain
- fleck, spot or dapple
- spot; stain, patch
- stain; blot; speckle
- a discoloration, a spot or mark
- stain,spot, blotch
- variegated; mottled
(24407:18) mouchoir ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : toffe utilise par les femmes; fichu
:
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:
- babushka
- a head cover or scarf
- hats and other things that you wear on your head
- square piece of cloth worn on the head or round the neck, especially by women
- a square of cloth worn round the neck
- piece of material worn for ornament
(24408:19) mouchoir ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : petit carr de tissu fin servant se moucher
:
-
-
:
- handkerchief
- a square of cotton, linen, or silk usually carried in the pocket for wiping one's nose
- a handkerchief
(24409:20) moudre ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rduire en poudre avec un moulin
:
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:
- crush
- to press, be pressed, so that there is breaking or injury or subdue; overwhelm
- reduce to small particles or powder
(24410:21) moue ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : grimace faite par mcontentement
:
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:
- pout
- to sulk
- indulge in a sulk; be sulky
(24411:22) mouette ( t: Nom;d: oiseaux ) : oiseau marin, voisin du goland
:
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:
- any of several types of large long-winged sea-bird with usually white and grey or black feathers
- a small gull of the genus Rissa, nesting on sea cliffs
- a kind of bird
(24412:23) moufette ( t: Nom;d: animaux ) : mammifre carnivore d'Amrique
:
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:
- skunk
- a cat-sized flesh-eating americain mammal of the weasel family
(24413:24) moufle ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : gant o il n'ya pas de sparation que pour le pouce
:
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:
- skunk
(24414:25) mouflet ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : petit enfant
:
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-
:
- bairn
- a child in the Scottish language
- a little baby .
- small beautiful child one of the second order of angels
- unborn or newly born human being;boy or girl;son or ( daughter of any age )
- one that is newly born
- young child
- descendant
- boy or young man
- young boy or lad
- coming into existence or starting to develop
- a new born child or mammal
- child; boy
- a familiar form of adress to a young boy
- a young lamb or kid
- not far advanced in life, development or existence; not yet old; youthful, immature, inexperienced; characteristic of youth; representing young people
- a child or young person
- the state of being young; the period between childhood and adult age; young person or people; the vigour, inexperience, enthusiasm of this period
- child or young person
(24415:26) mouflon ( t: Nom;d: animaux ) : mammifre ruminant ongul
:
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:
- sheep that grows on mountains
- the sheep of the mountain
(24416:27) mouillage ( t: Nom;d: marine ) : emplacement favorable pour mouiller un navire
:
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:
- anchorage
- place where ships, etc may anchor safely
- place at a wharf where a ship can be tied up; place for a ship to swing at anchor
- a place or shelter for ships
- a shelter or a place of shelter especially for ships
- a harbour or port
- a pier or breakwater constructed to protect or defend a harbour, coast, etc; a landing-pier
- a town or place where ships can load
- a place in which the ships load
- places where ships, etc may anchor safely
- place where ships, etc may anchor safely
- port; anchorage
(24417:28) mouillage ( t: Nom;d: marine ) : manoeuvre pour jeter l'ancre
:
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:
- anchoring
- stopping of sailing and lowering the anchor
- noungerund of verb to land
- noun gerund of verb to moor
(24418:29) mouillage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de mettre l'eau
:
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:
- wet
- moisture; liquid that wets something; rainy weather; a time of rain
- state of being slightly wet
- state of being wet
- noun gerund of verb to wet
(24419:30) mouillage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : addition d'eau dans un liquide
:
-
-
:
- wetting
(24420:31) mouillage ( t: Nom;d: politique ) : mise l'eau de mines sous-marines
:
-
:
- wetting
(24421:32) mouill ( t: Verbe;d: adjectifs ) : participe pass de mouiller
:
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:
- bedewed
- sprinkled with; made wet with
- damp;moist;cold and sticky to the touch
- a thing which is wet
- slightly wet,often in an unpleasant way
- slightly wet but not too wet, especially in way that seems pleasant or is suitable
- slightly wet
- wet; sprinkled
- humid, moist, damp
- scattered or wet
- soaked, covered or dampened with water or other liquid; (of weather) rainy; (of paint, etc) not yet dried; used with water; (of baby) incontinent
- soaked, covered or dampened with water or other liquid
(24422:33) mouiller ( t: Verbe;d: adjectifs ) : rendre humide
:
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:
- dabble
- to put in or out of water
- make something wet
- to make something slightly wet
- make wet all over
- 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
- make or get dampened
(24423:34) mouiller ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ajouter de l'eau
:
-
:
- attenuate
- (of liquid) dilute with water, etc; make dilute or less concentrated
(24424:35) mouilleur ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : appareil fix sur le flanc avant d'un navire
:
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:
- attenuate
(24425:36) mouillure ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de mouiller
:
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-
:
- wet
- moisture; liquid that wets something; rainy weather; a time of rain
- state of being slightly wet
- state of being wet
- noun gerund of verb to wet
(24426:37) mouillure ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : tat de ce qui est humide
:
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:
- wet
- moisture; liquid that wets something; rainy weather; a time of rain
- state of being slightly wet
- a humid state; moisture
- state of being wet
(24427:38) mouise ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : misre; difficults
:
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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
(24428:39) moujik ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : paysan russe
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:
- moujik
- a Russian farmer
(24429:40) moujingue ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : enfant, mouflet
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:
- adolescent
- a young person who is developing into an adult
- male child up to the age of 17 or 18; son of any age
- a child or kid
- small beautiful child one of the second order of angels
- unborn or newly born human being;boy or girl;son or ( daughter of any age )
- young child
- descendant
- a young person; an actor playing the part of a youthful person; (commerce) a book intended for young people
- boy or young man
- young boy or lad
- a newly ordained priest; a biginner; a novice
- child; boy
- a familiar form of adress to a young boy
- not far advanced in life, development or existence; not yet old; youthful, immature, inexperienced; characteristic of youth; representing young people
- a child or young person
- the state of being young; the period between childhood and adult age; young person or people; the vigour, inexperience, enthusiasm of this period
- child or young person
(24430:41) moukre ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : femme
:
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:
- lady
- woman (who is always polite, or who is born in a high social class )
- an adult human female; the female sex; any or an average woman; a wife or female sexual character; a female
- the woman
(24431:42) moulage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de verser dans des moules
:
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:
- casting
- object made by being poured or pressed into a mould or the act of this process
- formation, foundation, adjustment, founding or founding
- drafting, shape,articulation, installation, compound or foundry
- emptying or shedding
- the noun gerund of verb to smelt
- the noun gerund of verb to thaw.
- noun gerund of verb to shape
- mould where metal is poured or pressed or an object made in this way
- founding; forming; shaping
(24432:43) moulant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : trs troit
:
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:
- skintight
- very narrow
(24433:44) moule ( t: Nom;d: marine ) : mollusque lamellibranche comestible
:
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:
- mussel
- mollusc with a black shell in two parts
(24434:45) moule ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : modle impos
:
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:
- coordinate
- person or thing equal in rank or importance
- shape, mold, application, type or style
- counterpart; equal; similar person or thing
- a small part or amount of things
- an individual or part taken as an example
- a class of things or persons having common characteristics ; sort ; kind or model .
(24435:46) moule ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : corps solide dans lequel on verse une substance liquide ou pteuse
:
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:
- die
- a metal block used to press or cut something into a particular shape
- a die used to cut coins into particular shapes
- a mould for making coins
- a thin sheet of plastic or metal in a special shape used to help cut other materials in a similar shape.
- a thin sheet of plastic or metal in a special shape used to help cut other materials in a similar shape.
(24436:47) moul ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : relatif moule
:
- templet
(24437:48) mouler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : prendre l'empreinte de
:
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:
- templet
(24438:49) mouler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : excuter un moulage
:
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:
- cast
- to pour or press into a mould or to make an object in this way
- shape hats, etc on a block; make a rough sketch or plan of the general arrangement
(24439:50) mouleur ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : personne qui excute des moulages
:
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:
- plumber
- one whose job is to repair water-pipes
(24440:51) moulin ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : machine moudre les grains
:
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:
- gavel
- small hammer used by an auctioneer or chairman as a signal for order or attention
- person or thing that grinds
- a building containing machines for crushing grains or a factory
- grinder or crusher
- mill ; grinder .
(24441:52) moulin ( t: Nom;d: Lieux et tablissements ) : le btiment o les machines sont installes
:
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- :
:
- gavel
- small hammer used by an auctioneer or chairman as a signal for order or attention
- person or thing that grinds
- a building containing machines for crushing grains or a factory
- grinder or crusher
- mill ; grinder .
(24442:53) mouliner ( t: Verbe;d: industrie ) : torder plusieurs fils textiles
:
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:
- spin
- draw out and twist into threads
(24443:54) mouliner ( t: Verbe;d: industrie ) : craser avec un moulin lgumes
:
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:
- comminute
- to reduce to small fragments
- to crush with the teeth or grind under foot
- to press, be pressed, so that there is breaking or injury or subdue; overwhelm
- reduce to small particles or powder
- to pound
- put powder on
- crush something into a powder
- beat out or separate grain from (corn etc.)
- grin to a fine powder ; powder .
- to separarte the grain from the rest of corn, wheat etc, by beating it with a special tool or machine .
(24444:55) moulinette ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : petit moulin
:
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:
- thrash
(24445:56) moult ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : beaucoup de
:
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:
- considerably
- great deal;much
- to a very great degree
- very often or many times
- a word used in music meaning 'very'
- (modifing comparatives and superlatives, preceding the definite article): he is much better today
- in a high degree or in the fullest sense
- (modifying passive participles and predicative adjectives): I am very much afraid that ..
- (when much modifies a verb phrase, it may occure within the verb phrasae or in end position,but may not occure between this verb phrase and its object
(24446:57) moulu ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : bris de fatigue, de coup
:
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:
- broken
- that has been broken; out of order; (of person) defeated; (of language) imperfect; (of time) interrupted; (of ground) uneven; (of rule) not observed
- torn into pieces; destroyed
- broken; smashed
- smashed; ground; bruised
- destroyed,broken,ruined,smashed,crashed
- ruined;damaged
- old and in a very bad condition
- broken; shattered
- broken into small pieces
- damaged, spoiled
- broken, smashed
- almost collapsing
- damaged or destroyed
- destroyed or damaged ( building, town, etc )
- defeated; overpowered
- destroyed; damaged; wercked
- bringing ruin; disastrous, or in euins; dilapidated
- broken; fractured
- crashed; shattered; crushed
- decayed or corked
- falling or fallen into ruin ; dilapidated .
- involved in or suffering a wreck or shipwreck
(24447:58) moulu ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : rduit en poudre
:
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:
- ground
- milled; crushed
- crushed;reduced to small fragments
- smashed; ground; bruised
- rammed in
- ground grain
- coarsely ground grain, especially hominy
- to be pounded
- to be crushed or beaten
- mass of fine dry particles
- to be crushed or soft
- hammered; struk; knocked
- mashed; crushed
- hammered, struck
- struck ; rung ; tapped .
- powdered ; ground .
- milled; crushed
(24448:59) moulure ( t: Nom;d: architecture ) : ornement linaire,en relief ou en creux
:
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:
- grated
(24449:60) moulurer ( t: Verbe;d: architecture ) : orner de moulures
:
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:
- decorate with mouldingsou moldings
(24450:61) moumoute ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : perruque
:
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:
- periwig
- a white wig with rolls
- the wig
- an artificial hairpiece to cover a bald spot.
- an artificial head of hair to conceal baldness or as a disguise, or worn by a judge or barrister or as period dress
(24451:62) mourant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui est proche de la mort
:
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:
- coming nearly to death
- about to die
- about to die
- approaching death
- at the point of death
(24452:63) mourant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui s'affaiblit
:
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:
- inaudible
- that can not be heard
- of less avarage height or situated close to ground
(24453:64) mourir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : cesser de vivre
:
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-
:
- perish
- to destroy; die (for animals)
(24454:65) mourir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : s'affaiblir progressivement
:
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:
- to gradually disappear
- be abolished; exterminated; eradicated; destroyed
- to pass away
- to decrease in quantity or importance:to become gradually worse in quality
- to become gradually weaker
- to become impossible to see or find;to stop existing;to go missing (for a person)
- go in different directions;scatter
- flow away
- to gradually become less and less or smaller and smaller
- to disappear quickly or to fade away
- vanis; disappear
- grdually become smaller
- disperse; vanish, disappear or divide
- disappear, fade or cease to exist
- (of the moon) decrease in apparent size after the full moon; decrease in power, vigour, size, importance, brilliance, etc; decline
- disappear or depart gradually; grow pale or dim
- disappear; vaish; terminate
(24455:66) mourir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : cesser de vivre,en parlant d'une plante
:
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:
- shrivel
- contract or wither
- (of a plant, leaf or flower) wither, droop; (of a person) lose one's energy, flag, tire, droop; cause to wilt
- make or become dry and shrivelled; deprive of or lose vigour, vitality, freshness, or importance; decay, decline
- (cause to) shrivell; wither; decay
- lose freshness or strength; of a flower etc. droop, wither
(24456:67) mouron ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : mouron
:
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:
- pimpernel
- wild plant with small flowers
(24457:68) mousquetaire ( t: Nom;d: termes militaires ) : gentil-homme d'une des deux compagnies cheval
:
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:
- pimpernel
(24458:69) mousse ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : couche liquide contenant des bulles d'air
:
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:
- foam
- a mass of small bubbles formed on or in liquid by agitation, fermation
- a collection of small bubbles in liquid caused by shaking, fermenting, etc; foam; impure matter on liquid, scum
- white mass of bubbles produced by mixing soap in water
- layer of froth on the surface of a boiling liquid
- foam; froth; lather
(24459:70) mousse ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : plante formant touffe ou tapis sur la terre
:
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:
- alga
- very simple plant with no true stems or leaves, found chiefly in water
- a small flat green or yellow plant that grows in a thick furry mass on wet soil or rock
(24460:71) mousseline ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : tissu lger et fin
:
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:
- gauze
- thin, often transparent, fabric of cotton, silk, etc
- a fine delicately woven cotton fabric
- fine cloth made from cotton or linen
(24461:72) mousser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : produire de la mousse
:
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:
- cream
- to make creamy; add cream to; take cream from milk
- emit foam ; froath
- foam(or froth)at the mouth
- emit or gather froth; cause to foam
- to produce a lather; cover something with lather
- foam; lather
(24462:73) mousseux ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui mousse
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:
- foamy
- sudsy, frothy
- full of froth
- having a lather
- of or like a spume
(24463:74) moussoir ( t: Nom;d: mnage ) : ustensile servant faire mousser le chocolat
:
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:
- beater
- utensil used for beating like egg-beater, etc, or anything or anyone that beats
- a utensil for whisking eggs, cream, etc
(24464:75) mousson ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : courant atmosphrique de la zone intertropicale
:
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:
- monsoon
- the rain that falls or the wind that brings this rain during the season from about April to October, or this season itself
(24465:76) moussu ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : moussu
:
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:
- moss-grown
- covered with moss
- covered with moss
(24466:77) moustache ( t: Nom;d: corps humain ) : poils qui garnissent la lvre suprieure de l'homme
:
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:
- mustache
- moustache (american)
- the hair growing on a man's face, especially on the cheek; each of the bristles on the face of a cat, etc
(24467:78) moustachu ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui a une moustache
:
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-
:
- whisker
(24468:79) moustiquaire ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : rideau trs fin dont on entoure les lits
:
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:
- a net placed over a bed as a protection against mosquitoes
- a net placed over a bed as a protection against mosquitoes
(24469:80) moustique ( t: Nom;d: insectes ) : insecte diptre dont la piqre est douloureuse
:
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:
- culex
- mosquito; gnat
- a small fragile dipterous insect
- a small flying insect that sucks the blood of people and animals
(24470:81) moutard ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : petit garon
:
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:
- adolescent
- a young person who is developing into an adult
- a person of a specified kind; young person
- small beautiful child one of the second order of angels
- young child
- descendant
- a young person; an actor playing the part of a youthful person; (commerce) a book intended for young people
- boy or young man
- young boy or lad
- a newly ordained priest; a biginner; a novice
- child; boy
- a familiar form of adress to a young boy
- not far advanced in life, development or existence; not yet old; youthful, immature, inexperienced; characteristic of youth; representing young people
- a child or young person
- the state of being young; the period between childhood and adult age; young person or people; the vigour, inexperience, enthusiasm of this period
- young, especially in appearance or manner; having the characteristic of youth; having the freshness or vigour of youth
- immature; youthful
(24471:82) moutarde ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : plante fleurs jaunes
:
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:
- charlock
- wild mustard,a weed with yellow flowers
- plant with yellow flowers and seeds (black and white) in long, slender pods or the powder made from the seeds of this plant
(24472:83) moutier ( t: Nom;d: religion ) : monastre
:
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:
- cell
- small room for one person in a prison,monastery,etc
- a hermit's dwelling; a solitary dwelling
(24473:84) mouton ( t: Nom;d: animaux ) : mammifre ruminant toison laineuse
:
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:
- lamb
- young sheep or the meat of a young sheep
- grass-eating animal
- tub; lamb
- a male sheep ; lamb .
(24474:85) mouton ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : cuir ou fourrure de cet animal
:
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:
- tup
(24475:86) mouton ( t: Nom;d: nourriture et boissons ) : viande de cet animal
:
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:
- mutton
- the flesh of sheep used for food
(24476:87) moutonnement ( t: Nom;d: marine ) : fait de moutonner
:
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:
- mutton
(24477:88) moutonner ( t: Verbe;d: marine ) : se briser en produisant une cume blanche
:
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:
- cream
- to make creamy; add cream to; take cream from milk
- emit foam ; froath
- foam(or froth)at the mouth
- emit or gather froth; cause to foam
- to produce a lather; cover something with lather
- foam; lather
(24478:89) moutonner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : se couvrir de petits nuages blancs
:
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:
- cloud
- to cover something with clouds
- to spread something over
- make something dark or mysteriuos
- cover (the sky etc) with clouds or darkness or stitch over
(24479:90) moutonnerie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : caractre moutonnier
:
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:
- abidance
- obeyance and submission
- submission; yielding; giving in; acceptance
- following in pursuit of
- act or instance of complying;obedience to a request,etc,unworthy submission,or the capacity to yield
- consistence,obedience
- complying with the rules or established practice; conventionalism
- action or behaviour in accordance with established practice or adaptation;likeness,agreement
- with obedience
- a feudal tenant's or vassal's fidelity to a lord
- acceptance of another's power; submitting
- the state of being god-fearing
- the state of being religious
- state of being loyal or feeling of support
- action of obeying; being obedient
- respect for god and religion
- religiousness or fear of god
- submissiveness, submitting orpresenting
- submission; yielding
- submission or abandonment
(24480:91) moutonneux ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui se couvre de vagues ou de nuages
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- blurred
- made unclear or indistinct; smeared; disfigured; dimmed; effaced
- foggy
- (of the sky) covered with clouds;not clear or (of a person) looking unhappy
- covered with clouds
- cloudy;foggy
- covered with clouds or being not very clear
- fairly dark or not giving much light
- thick or obccure with fog
- misty; foggy
- full of or with a lot of mist
- cloudlike; clouded; vague
- not clearly expressed or easily understood; vague, uncertain
- covered with clouds; dull and gloomy or edging with stitching to prevent fraying
(24481:92) moutonnier ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui suit aveuglement les autres
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- caused to lose self-control
- disposed to comply;yielding,obedient
- led,guided
- driven; adrift
- conducted; drifted; led
- guided; conducted
- to be guided
- guided; led
- yielding, subservient,, obedient, led, surrendering, peaceable or tame
- compliant; submissive; (of a substance) able to bend, soft and pliable, not stiff or rigid
- having no purpose; aimless
(24482:93) mouture ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de moudre les crales
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- crunch
- act of crunching
- noun gerund of verb to crush
- milling; crushing; powdering
- crushing or grinding
(24483:94) mouture ( t: Nom;d: nourriture et boissons ) : produit rsultant de cette opration
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- powder
- mass of fine dry particles
(24484:95) mouvant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui bouge sans cesse
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- locomotive
- connected with the movement
(24485:96) mouvement ( t: Nom;d: conomie et finances ) : variation volutive
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- whiffle
- be variable or evasive
- (cause to) sway or vibrate unsteadily from side to side; stagger, stand or go unsteadily; wavervacillate, act inconsistently; quaver, pulsate
(24486:97) mouvement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : manire de se mouvoir
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- wobble
(24487:98) mouvement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : animation dans un lieu
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- activeness
- animation; liveliness; labour
- action; labour; liveliness; motion; vivaciousness
- liveliness; vivacity; inspiration; incitement; excitement; vigour; stimulation
- state of being brisk; liveliness; freshness
- sudden rush:violent movement or stroke of a pen or a mark (-) or liveliness
- keeness and desire
- vivacity,impetuousity and enthusiasm
- attempt or effort
- the ability to act or work with strength and eagerness
- vehemence, passion, zeal
- the period between a person's birth and death during which they are alive;human presence or activity; person's state of experience
- vitality; spirit; energy
- feeling of liveliness
- soul, pneuma, or activity
- a game, activity, athletics
- activity or quickness
- activity; activeness
- enthusiasm, vigour, spirit, especially in artistic or literary work
- physical strength or energy; vitality, forcefulness of thought, language, style, etc
- vitality; vigor; activeness; energy
- liveliness, animation, the ability to sustain life, (of an institution, language, etc) the ability to endure and perform its functions
- vitality; vigor; liveliness
- vigour, energy
- energy; vigour
(24488:99) mouvement ( t: Nom;d: politique ) : action collective visant un changement
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- movement
- act of changing position, especially a military evolution
(24489:100) mouvement ( t: Nom;d: transport ) : changement de position dans l'espace
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- change
- alteration;changing or different conditions;move from one place to another;something used in place of another or others
- change from one place or position to another
- the use of feet, esp. skilfully , in sports
- transfering to another house
- movement or the ability to move
- moving or being moved; activity (contrasted with quiet and rest)
- the state of wandring from a place to the other for fresh pasture
- the act of taking something or someone away from one place to another
- change of the place of living
- noun gerund of verb (to roam)
- the act of transferring or being transferred.
- a process by which someone or something is moved from one place, position, job etc. to another.
- the act or process of changing from or state to another .
- change ; alteration ; conversion .
- a system of conveying people, goods, etc from place to place and the means of that .
- the act of travelling, esp. in foreign countries or leaving or touring .
- noun gerund of verb ( to travel )
- noun gerund of verb ( to turn ).
- change ; alertation .
(24490:101) mouvement ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : troubl par des vnements subits
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- unstable
- likely to change suddenly; unpredictable
- changeable;unreliable;etc
- like a chameleon or variable;inconstant (person)
- likely to alter or altering often
- likely to alter or altering often
- inconstant, changeable
- whimsical, capricious
- varying between, oscillating
- of the nature of a fluke ;obtained more by chance than skill
- capricious; changeable
- fickle, changeable
- having the ability to change the appearance or behaviour
- revived; reanimated; recreated; modernized
- refitted; renovated, or revived
- renewed; reanimated; refreshed; recreated
- changeable; fluctuating
- likely to change often or able to be changed or sometimes good and sometimes bad
- odd or quaint; fanciful; humorous; capricious
- changeable; fickle
- anything regarded as hectic or constantly changing
- developed; advanced
(24491:102) mouvementer ( t: Verbe;d: conomie et finances ) : modifier , renouveller
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- freshen
- renew, refresh, revive
- make in a new way again
- examine the condition of (and repair if necessary)
- construct or build again eg after damage
- renew, renovate, modernize
- give fresh strength or life to somebody or something; restore
- make again
- replace something with something new of the same kind
- restore; renew, or reconstruct
- renew something especially superficially; improve the appearance of
- come or bring something back to health; strength; use; activity, etc
- updated; modernized
- bring up to date
(24492:103) mouvementer ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : faire bouger
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- awake
- cause something to become active; arouse; activate
- to excite or stir
- to cause violent movements or disturbances
- vary irregularly ;be unstable, vacillate ; rise and fall, move to and fro
- swing to and fro like a pendulum or move to and fro between points
- move gently to and fro (as) in cradle; set or keep (cradle, etc) be in such motion
- to stand or move unsteadily; totter.
- stager ; sway ; reel .
- move from side to side; oscillate, waver
- move or cause to move continuously, (of sound) throb; continue to be heard, (of a pendulum) swing to and fro
(24493:104) mouvoir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire agir; pousser
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- awake
- cause something to become active; arouse; activate
- to excite or stir
- to cause violent movements or disturbances
- vary irregularly ;be unstable, vacillate ; rise and fall, move to and fro
- swing to and fro like a pendulum or move to and fro between points
- move gently to and fro (as) in cradle; set or keep (cradle, etc) be in such motion
- to stand or move unsteadily; totter.
- stager ; sway ; reel .
- move from side to side; oscillate, waver
- move or cause to move continuously, (of sound) throb; continue to be heard, (of a pendulum) swing to and fro
(24494:105) mouvoir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : mettre en mouvement
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- put or keep in operation
- to pay someone to work for you
- hired, give work to
- touch, feel, operate, or move with the hands
- propel, move, drive, force, or urge into action
- manage, work, control, or be in action
- put or keep in a functional state
- caused to function or work; operated
- employ new members in armed forcesm policeme, company, etc
- move in a circular orbit or cause something to go round in a circle; rotate
- make work
- turn on an axis or pivot; swing round in line with one end as a pivot; (cause to) change direction; go in circles; push or pull
- set to work; keep in operation or at work
- operate or be valid for the specified period of time

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(24495:1) moyen ( t: Nom;d: droit et loi ) : prsentation des arguments un procs
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- affirmation
- act of affirming; assertion; confirmation or the thing that is affirmed, or a solemn declaration made in court instead of an oath
- act of confirming or being confirmed
- act of giving support or approval to
- approving something or someone
- setting something up or proving something
- information accounting for believing something
- a particular piece of evidence
- recognizing or being recognized
- a formal letter etc. testifying a person's character, conduct etc.
- declaration or statement of fact under oath or evidence.
- evidence; proof.
(24496:2) moyen ( t: Adjectif;d: maths ) : qui se situe entre deux extrmes
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- average
- standard or level regarded as usual
- found by calculating the average
- of,at,from or near,the centre or most important
- commonplace
- based on convention; customary; traditional
- in agreement with, according to, custom
- affecting all or most people, places, things or not limited to one part of a person or thing or showing the chief aspects of something or normal
- situated at a middle point in space or time between two things
- acting as a mediator
- coming between two things in time, space, etc
- situated in the middle
- situated in, passing through, the middle
- nearst the centre
- middle; central
- conforming to a standard; regular, usual, typical
- normal; usual
- ordinary; undistinguished
- of the ordinary or usual standard
- (of a region or climate) characterized by mild temperatures.
(24497:3) moyen ( t: Adjectif;d: maths ) : qui est obtenu en calculant une moyenne
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- average
- result of adding several amounts together and dividing the total by the number of amounts
- taking account of use, performance, etc over a period
- average; rate
- relation between two amounts determined by the number of times one contains the other
(24498:4) moyen ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui n'est ni bon ni mauvais; ordinaire
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- standard or level regarded as usual
- found by calculating the average
- of,at,from or near,the centre or most important
- commonplace
- based on convention; customary; traditional
- in agreement with, according to, custom
- affecting all or most people, places, things or not limited to one part of a person or thing or showing the chief aspects of something or normal
- situated at a middle point in space or time between two things
- acting as a mediator
- coming between two things in time, space, etc
- situated in the middle
- situated in, passing through, the middle
- nearst the centre
- middle; central
- conforming to a standard; regular, usual, typical
- normal; usual
- ordinary; undistinguished
- of the ordinary or usual standard
- (of a region or climate) characterized by mild temperatures.
(24499:5) moyen ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ce qui permet de faire qqch
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- instrument
- device, tool
- method, object, system etc that you use in achieving something
- equipment ; instrument or means ; medium .
- medium of communication or direction or a way of expressing one's ideas,feelings,etc
- the means or right to use or approach something
- a means that by which something is expressed
- a method;a special way of doing something that makes it easier to do
(24500:6) moyen ge ( t: Nom;d: histoire et mythologie ) : priode de l'histoire du monde situe entre l'antiquit et l'poque moderne
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- the time in the European history between 1100 and 1500 AD
(24501:7) moyennant ( t: Prposition;d: non thmatique ) : au moyen de; la condition de
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- since; on condition that
- only if ; provided that
- with the stipulation that
- introducing a conditional clause, on the condition or supposition that
- provided that
(24502:8) moyenne ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : quantit,chose qui tient le milieu entre plusieurs autres
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- average
- result of adding several amounts together and dividing the total by the number of amounts
- taking account of use, performance, etc over a period
- average; rate
- relation between two amounts determined by the number of times one contains the other
(24503:9) moyennement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : de faon moyenne
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- in an intermediate state; neither one thing nor the other
- an obscure circumstance
- not very good
- not very good or bad, not very big or small etc; average
- it is ordinary, not very good or very bad
- there is no harm in it
- not very good
(24504:10) moyen-orient ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : ensemble form par l'Egypte et par les tats d'Asie occidentale
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- east
- in or towards the east
- the erea including Iran and Egypt and the area between them
- the Middle East
(24505:11) moyens ( t: Nom;d: conomie et finances ) : ressources pcuniaires
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- income
- earnings, proceeds
- income especially the total annual income of the state from taxes, etc
(24506:12) moyens ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : capacits, aptitudes physiques
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- faculty
- an aptitude or ability for a particular activity
- capacity or power to do a physical or mental thing
- natural ability or skill, especially in learning
- power (of doing things, to do things )
- ability to hold,contain,get hold of,learn things,qualities,ideas etc
- ability;state of being competent or skill;special area of knowledge or legal capacity
- the ability to suffer pain or difficulties with strength
- an inherent mental or physical power
- physical strength or power, (power of the) wind, rain, or another of the natural elements, (in the scientific use) measurable influence or intensity
- courage in pain or adversity
- influence; power
- probability or potentiality
- ability or strength or output
- training or experiencing
- the state of being solvent
- endurance; bearing or magnanimity ; leniency.
- endurance ; bearing or tolerance
- the quality of being violent, violent conduct or treatment, the unlawful exercise of physical force
(24507:13) moyeu ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : partie centrale d'une roue,d'une pice qui tourne que traverse l'axe
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- arbor
- main support of machine; axle or spindle on which wheel revolves
- rod on which or with which a wheel turns; rod that connects a pair of wheels on a vehicle
- the central part of a wheel, rotating on or with the axle, and from which the spokes radiate
- the hub of a wheel

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