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(33874:1) soeur ( t: Nom;d: relations ) : fille ne du mme pre et de la mme mre qu'une autre personne
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- sibling
- each of two or more children one or both parents in common
- as a sister
- a woman or girl in relation to sons and other daughters of her parents
- full sister
(33875:2) soeur ( t: Nom;d: religion ) : femme appartenant une congrgation religieuse
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- friar or nun
- a member of a community of women living apart under religious vows
- the whole number of monks and nuns in an abbey

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(33876:1) sofa ( t: Nom;d: Objets ) : canap rembourr
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- terrace
- a flat roof used as an outdoor living area.
- long seat of wood or stone; work-table at which a shoemaker, etc works
- a bench outside a house used to sit on, etc
- seat with a back and four legs
- plain overcoat or long padded couch with sides and a back
- bed; long-bedlike seat for sitting on or lying on during the day
- a large sofa esp. one that can be made into a bed
- long bench-like seats
- a seat fo more than one person
- a long upholostered seat with a back and arms
(33877:2) Sofia ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : capitale de la Bulgarie
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(33878:3) soft ( t: Abrviation;d: informatique ) : logiciel
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- software
- the programs used by computer
(33879:4) software ( t: Nom;d: informatique ) : logiciel
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- the programs used by computer

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(33880:1) soi ( t: Pronom;d: non thmatique ) : dsigne la troisime personne du singulier
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- the opinion you have about yourself
(33881:2) soi-disant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui prtend tre tel
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- affected
- not natural or genuine; pretended; artificial
- stated without being proved
- demanded or alleged
- claimed; maintained
- alleged or claimed
- claimed or pretended
- self-styled or pretended
(33882:3) soi-disant ( t: Locution adverbiale;d: non thmatique ) : ce qu'on prtend
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- in the same degree; similarly; while; when; since; seeing that; in the capacity or role of
(33883:4) soie ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : substance filiforme
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- brocade
- woven material richly ornamented with designs
- silk or linen material with designs shown up be reflection of light
- silk-like fibre
(33884:5) soif ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : besoin de boire
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- a physical need to drink liquid
(33885:6) soif ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : dsir ardent
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- fantasy
- a whimsical speculation
- physical desire for food and pleasure, or instance of a natural desire for something
- word meaning connecting with the body or sex
- sexual desire ; lust
- strong desire
- a strong hope or wish: a strong longing:strong sexual attraction
- fervent desire
- a strong desire
- noun gerund of verb to lean
- person' s desire to have sex
- what one likes or fondness; taste or fancy
- feeling or intense desire
- violent desire to possess something, especially strong sexual desire; passionate enjoyment or instance of this
- state of being full of lust
- a leaning or inclination, a way of tending.
- a general tendency and direction (esp. of events, fashion, or opinion etc.)
- a desire, request or aspiration; an expression of this; a thing desired
- having a strong emotional longing; being filled with compassion or tenderness; earnest desire and longing; ambitious person
- an individual taste or inclination
(33886:7) soign ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui manifeste le soin de sa personne
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- dainty
- pretty,neat and delicate (for a person)
- stylish;very fashionable
- stylish;superior;upper-class
- tall and active-looking
- dressed up well
- small and attractive
- dressed up for a certain occasion by putting on attractive clothes and make-up
- ready for attending a special occasion by wearing formal clothes
- suitable for formal occasions(for clothes); likes to wear fashionable clothes(for persons)
- dandy; a fastidious aesthetic person
- very beautiful and graceful
- following , suited to , or influenced by the current fashion
- with out moving , riged; of a gaze, etc. steady or intent
- fancy , showy
- polite or refined in an affected or exaggerated way
- dressy; elegant; stylish
- smartly or neatly dressed
- tidy and carefully arranged; pleasant; simple
- confidently cheerful
- elegant or genteel
- elegant; fashionable
- elegant, fashionable, stylish
- dressed up
- elegant; stylish
- well-arranged ;well-ordered ;arrayed or clean .
- a smart or well-dressed person .
- elegant or neat, slim or well arranged .
- fashionably smart
- (of a person) with carefully tended hair, clothes, etc
- smart, stylish
- stylish; fashionable; promonent in society
(33887:8) soign ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : excut avec soin
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- good, satisfactory
- careful and exact; free from error
- able to use your hands in a skilfull way
- very good;of very high quality
- be perfected
- proficiently worked
- accurate or exact
(33888:9) soigner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : procurer les soins ncessaires la gurison de qqn
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- cure
- to bring (a person) back to health; provide and use successfully a remedy for a disease, ill health, etc; get rid of (an evil)
- cure; heal
- give medical treatment to
- give medical care to; work as a nurse
- to provide a remedy that cures or relieves a pain or disease
- cure ; remedy .
- give a medical treatment to (an animal)
- remedy ; cure .
(33889:10) soigner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : avoir soin de
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- pay attention or heed to; apply or devote oneself to; look after; take care of
- be heedful to
- devote one's care or concern to
- to look after someone or to like
- to feel interest; to like
- to take an interest in
- to take an interest in
- take notice of
- to take care of someone or be responsible for dealing with something
- to pay attention to something to improve it
- take into consideration
- take an interest in something or somebody
- to take care of
- care for ; look after .
- look after; take care of
- apply one's mind steadily; give careful thought; give practical consideration to somebody or something
- take care of; attend to
- hold or treat carefully; foster
- to become interested or engaged in
(33890:11) soigneusement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : avec soin
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- in a careful way;deliberately
(33891:12) soigneux ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : prcautionneux
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- being alert;attentive;cautious;etc or deliberate
- interested or meant
(33892:13) soigneux ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui montre du soin
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- being alert;attentive;cautious;etc or deliberate
- interested or meant
(33893:14) soigneux ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : propre et ordonn
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- pretty,neat and delicate (for a person)
- stylish;very fashionable
- stylish;superior;upper-class
- tall and active-looking
- dressed up well
- small and attractive
- dressed up for a certain occasion by putting on attractive clothes and make-up
- ready for attending a special occasion by wearing formal clothes
- suitable for formal occasions(for clothes); likes to wear fashionable clothes(for persons)
- dandy; a fastidious aesthetic person
- very beautiful and graceful
- following , suited to , or influenced by the current fashion
- with out moving , riged; of a gaze, etc. steady or intent
- fancy , showy
- polite or refined in an affected or exaggerated way
- dressy; elegant; stylish
- smartly or neatly dressed
- tidy and carefully arranged; pleasant; simple
- confidently cheerful
- elegant or genteel
- elegant; fashionable
- elegant, fashionable, stylish
- dressed up
- elegant; stylish
- well-arranged ;well-ordered ;arrayed or clean .
- a smart or well-dressed person .
- elegant or neat, slim or well arranged .
- fashionably smart
- (of a person) with carefully tended hair, clothes, etc
- smart, stylish
- stylish; fashionable; promonent in society
(33894:15) soigneux ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : bien fait
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(33895:16) soin ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : attention porte qqch
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- regard;care;consideration
- helped and supported by somebody or something; having somebody or something as a patron
- act of consideration or looking after someone
- importance or interest
- acting according to rules,etc
- state of being in charge of a museum, etc
- guardianship; custody
- guardianship; protective care
- keeness and desire
- guaranty; warrant; protection
- guarantee; warrant
- careful attention
- noun gerund of verb to keep
- protecting or being protected
- admiration felt or shown for a person or thing that has good quality or achievements; regard
- admire or have a high opinion of something or somebody
- care; keeping
- guardianship ; custodianship or guardianship .
- sponsorship or guardianship ; custody .
- special care or action; practical consideration
- quality of being considerate;thoughtful attention to the wishes,feelings,etc of others
- responsibility;trust
- thing or person given to somebody to take care of
- a thing or person committed to one's care .
- concern, attention
(33896:17) soir ( t: Nom;d: Temps ) : moment du dclin de la fin du jour
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- late afternoon
(33897:18) soire ( t: Nom;d: Temps ) : temps compris entre le dclin du jour et le moment o l'on s'endort
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- evening
(33898:19) soit ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : marque l'approbation
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- it's all right !
(33899:20) soit ( t: Conjonction;d: non thmatique ) : expose les donnes d'un problme
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- on the assumption that
(33900:21) soit ( t: Conjonction;d: non thmatique ) : savoir
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- that is to say
- that is to say; in other words
- that is; in other words
- (usually interducing a gloss or explanation) namely; that is to say
- (usually introducing a gloss or explanation) namely; that is to say
(33901:22) soixantaine ( t: Nom;d: nombres ) : peu prs soixante
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(33902:23) soixante ( t: Adjectif;d: nombres ) : six fois dix
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- next after fifty-ninth
- one more than fifty-nine
- the threescore
- one more than fifty-nine
- that amount to sixty .
(33903:24) soixante ( t: Adjectif;d: nombres ) : qui occupe un rang marqu par le nombre soixante
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- next after fifty-ninth
- one more than fifty-nine
- the threescore
- one more than fifty-nine
- that amount to sixty .
(33904:25) soixante-dix ( t: Adjectif;d: nombres ) : sept fois dix
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- seventy
- the product of seven and ten
- one more than sixty-nine in the order
(33905:26) soixante-dixime ( t: Adjectif;d: nombres ) : qui occupe un rang marqu par le nombre soixante-dix
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- the product of seven and ten
- one more than sixty-nine in the order
(33906:27) soixantime ( t: Adjectif;d: nombres ) : qui occupe un rang marqu par le nombre soixante
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- next after fifty-ninth
- one more than fifty-nine
- the threescore
- one more than fifty-nine
- that amount to sixty .

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(33907:1) soja ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : lgumineuse ressemblant au haricot
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- a leguminous plant
- a leguminous plant

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(33908:1) sol ( t: Nom;d: gologie ) : terre
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- earth
- land
- the solid dry part of the earth's surface; groun, soil; country, State
(33909:2) sol ( t: Nom;d: musique ) : cinquime degr de la gamme de do
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(33910:3) sol-air ( t: Adjectif;d: termes militaires ) : (engin , missile )
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(33911:4) solaire ( t: Adjectif;d: astronomie et espace ) : relatif au soleil
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- relating to or reckoned by the sun
(33912:5) solarium ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : lieu o on prend des bains de soleil
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- a room equipped with sun-lamps
(33913:6) soldat ( t: Nom;d: grades militaires ) : homme quip par l'Etat pour la dfense du pays
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- soldier of the lowest rank
- a person serving in an army
(33914:7) solde ( t: Nom;d: comptabilit ) : salaire
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(33915:8) solde ( t: Nom;d: conomie et finances ) : reste
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- arrangement made with a bank allowing credit for financial or commercial transactions
(33916:9) solde ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : vente de marchandises prix rduit
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- selling or being sold
- occasion when goods in a shop are sold cheaply to get rid of them
(33917:10) solde ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : reliquat d'une somme payer
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- amount (of money) still owed after some payment has been made; remainder of something after part has already been used, taken, etc
- remaining money
(33918:11) solder ( t: Verbe;d: comptabilit ) : acquitter une dette
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- settle, discharge by payment
- to do properly everything that is part of a prticular duty;to pay a debt
- aim at,point at
- pay one's charges, debts, or charges
- clear or pay off a debt
- (of money) be enough for
(33919:12) sole ( t: Nom;d: animaux marins ) : poisson marin
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- any of various other flatfishes
(33920:13) solcisme ( t: Nom;d: linguistique ) : faute
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- a mistake of grammar or idiom
(33921:14) soleil ( t: Nom;d: astronomie et espace ) : toile autour de laquelle gravite la terre
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- the sun
- the star roud which the the earth orbits
(33922:15) solennel ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : officiel
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- ceremonial
- fond of ceremony or formalities
- of or concerning a position of authority or trust, recognized by authority
(33923:16) solennel ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui est clbr avec clat
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- ceremonial; ceremonious
- done to celebrate a particular event or occasion
- ceremonial
- fond of ceremony or formalities
- of a characteristic of a festival
- modal, traditional, official or ceremonial
(33924:17) solennel ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : empreint de gravit
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- splendid; majestic; lordly
- important, pre-eminent; worthy or most worthy of consideration
- inspiring feelings of respect and awe; majestic and imposing
- having or showing dignity;behaving in calm and serious way
- honored
- ispiring fear or respect
- possessing glory; illustrious or conferring glory; honourable
- planned on an ambitious or magnificent scale
- serious; weighty; important
- impressive, formidable, esp. in appearance
- extremely impressive because of being big, beautiful etc
- very big and impressive
- solemn or dignified
- of acceptable social position; decent
- serious and dignified
- lofty; sublime
- high; exalted; grand
- entitled to veneration on account of character, age, association, etc
- momentous, important; deserving consideration; careful and serious; influential; authoritative
- grand, imposing
(33925:18) solennit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : caractre de ce qui est solennel
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- increase of power, rank, wealth or importance of
- majesty; awe; respect
- have a high regard of something or a favourable opinion of it
- praising and making higher
- exaltation; praise, respect
- majesty, splendour; dignity of appearance or bearing
- deep bow of respect or obedience
- esteem or consideration; respect
- esteem; great respect; veneration
- great esteem
- feeling of deep respect or veneration
- the quality or state of being solemn
- reverence; exaltation; esteem
(33926:19) solennit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : fte solonnelle
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- act of celebrating or an occasion where you celebrate something
- special act(s),religious service,etc on an occasion such as a wedding,funeral,etc
- an annual village festival
- celebration,feast
- a festive celebration
- a great entertainment ; a festival
- social, sporting or theatrical occasion with special features
- a celebration or merrymaking
- an enthusiastic reception
- play, party, spectacle, or performance or act of showing
- celebration; ceremony
- a rite or celebration
(33927:20) solfier ( t: Verbe;d: musique ) : chanter en nommant les notes
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(33928:21) solidaire ( t: Adjectif;d: sentiments et motions ) : qui s'estime li qqn d'autre par une responsabilit commune
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- done,made,or achieved by several people working together or possessing together
- combined into one
- held or done by, or belonging to, two or more persons, etc in conjunction; sharing with another in some action, state, etc
- sharing with another in holding a responsibility
(33929:22) solidariser ( t: Verbe;d: sentiments et motions ) : ( se - ) tre solidaire
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- to(cause to)join together;possess at the same time
- have responsibility held by two or more persons in conjunction
(33930:23) solidarit ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : dpendance mutuelle
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- joint responsibility
- cooperation; collaboration
- utually advantageous association or relationship between persons
(33931:24) solide ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui prsente une consistance ferme ; vigoureux
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- of material things;existing in material form;that can be touched,felt,etc or definite
- of solid or compact structure
- stiff; not bendingor yielding, strict; firm; unchanged
- rough; uneven; rocky, or not refined or gentle
- firm and stable in shape
- hard to break, cut, etc.; durable
(33932:25) solidement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : de faon solide
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- mightily; powerfully; strongly
(33933:26) solidification ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : passage d'un corps de l'tat liquide l'tat gazeux
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- process of forming into a mass;mass formed in this way
- hardness, stiffness
- hardening; stiffening
- noun gerund of verb to stiffen
(33934:27) solidifi ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : participe pass de verbe solidifier
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- hardened;solidified
- fortified; strengthened; solidified
- hardened, stiffened
- harden, stiffen
- hardened; concreted; stiffened
(33935:28) solidifier ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : faire passer l'tat solide
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(33936:29) solidit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : qualit de ce qui est solide
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- area of hardened thic skin , callus
- being hard and thick
- noun gerund of verb to harden
- hardness, stiffness
- the state of being stiff, not bending, strict; firm; unchanged
- the state of being rough
- the state of being rugged
- hardness; firmness; solidness; cohesion
- solidity; firmness; steadiness
- solidity ; firmness or severity; sternness or difficulty .
- solidity firmness
(33937:30) soliloque ( t: Nom;d: psychologie ) : discours de qqn qui se parle lui-mme
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- exclamatory address to absent person or to inanimate object
- a soliloquy;secret conversation
- the act of talking when one alone
(33938:31) soliloquer ( t: Verbe;d: psychologie ) : se parler soi-mme
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- talk to oneself
- soliloquize ; to speak one's thought .
(33939:32) soliste ( t: Nom;d: musique ) : artiste qui excute un solo
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- a performer of a solo especially in music
(33940:33) solitaire ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui aime la solitude
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- completely alone
- unhappy because of being alone; isolated; solitary
- lonely; solitary
- single and integral in number or a single person or thing of the kind expressed or implied
- better than any other
- solitary; sole
- one and only; single
- alone; isolatedly
- alone; individual; single
- someone; some person
- somebody; some person
(33941:34) solitaire ( t: Nom;d: bijoux et gemmes ) : diamant taill en brillant mont seul
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- a diamond or other gem set by itself
(33942:35) solitaire ( t: Nom;d: religion ) : ermite
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- not taking much food or drink; not self-indulgent
- not self-indulgent; abstemious
- one who practises severe self-discipline, abstinence; austerity and retired into solitude for this purpose
- severely abstinent; austere
- religious;pious
- a man of religion who is not interested in life
- an early Christian recluse :any person living in solitud
- having strong religious beliefs
- person who lives alone and avoids other people
- (adjective a person) believing in and practising a religion; devout
- a recluse or hermit
- devoted to worship
- person who worships
- hermit; ascetic; eremite
(33943:36) solitude ( t: Nom;d: relations ) : tat d'une personne seule
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- loneliness; singleness
- act of putting someone in a room, prison, etc or the state of being there
- seclusion, act of isolating or being isolated
- state of being completely alone
- state of being alone without companions
- the state of being able to be alone
- the act of being reclusive
- retiring or being retired
- secluding or being excluded
- cooperation; collaboration
- the state of being alone
- loneliness; soleness
- act or instance of uniting or being united
- withdrawal into privacy or seclusion, or a secluded place
(33944:37) solive ( t: Nom;d: Objets ) : pice de charpente horizontale
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- each of a series of parallel supporting beams of timber, steel, etc used in floors, ceilings, etc
(33945:38) sollicitation ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : impulsion
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- incitement to commit something wrong
- lure or menticement
- action of exhorting
- the act or an instance of fomenting
- propulsion, impulsion, shoving
- agitation, rousing
- agitation, provokation
- incitation, temptation
- provokation; inciting
- seducement; seduction; allurement .
(33946:39) sollicitation ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : requte ; dmarche en faveur de qqn
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- earnest request or requesting
- an urgent serious or emotional request
- request for mercy
- entreaty; obtestation; request
(33947:40) solliciter ( t: Verbe;d: sentiments et motions ) : demander avec dfrence
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- to order; command; charge.
- to give orders
- request that somebody gives or does something; demand
- to order(with the right to be obeyed) or to have authority over or to have at one's service
- to desire eagerly (especially something that belongs to another one)
- to impose an order or a prohibition on someone
- ask somebody for something earnestly and feelingly
- feel around
- touch, feel,or turn about with the finger
- ( of people not married ) have sexual intercourse voluntarily
- request ; ask for .
- ask repeatedly for
- desire; wish for possession of; need ; require; lack; be deficient; be without or fall short by
- treat unjustly; do wrong to; mistakenly attribute bad motives to; discredit
- command; tell
(33948:41) solliciteur ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : personne qui sollicite
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- a person who requests
- one who seeks
- aspiring; wishing; desiring
(33949:42) sollicitude ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : attitude de soins attentifs
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- regard;care;consideration
- helped and supported by somebody or something; having somebody or something as a patron
- act of consideration or looking after someone
- importance or interest
- acting according to rules,etc
- state of being in charge of a museum, etc
- guardianship; custody
- guardianship; protective care
- keeness and desire
- guaranty; warrant; protection
- guarantee; warrant
- careful attention
- noun gerund of verb to keep
- protecting or being protected
- admiration felt or shown for a person or thing that has good quality or achievements; regard
- admire or have a high opinion of something or somebody
- care; keeping
- guardianship ; custodianship or guardianship .
- sponsorship or guardianship ; custody .
- special care or action; practical consideration
- quality of being considerate;thoughtful attention to the wishes,feelings,etc of others
- responsibility;trust
- thing or person given to somebody to take care of
- a thing or person committed to one's care .
- concern, attention
(33950:43) solo ( t: Nom;d: musique ) : morceau jou par un seul artiste
:
-
:
- solo
- instumental piece or passage
(33951:44) sol-sol ( t: Adjectif;d: termes militaires ) : (engin , missile )
:
-
:
- terrestrial, ground
- something that launches from the ground and lands on the ground again (missile etc)
- ( of a missile ) designed to be fired from one point from the ground to another
(33952:45) solstice ( t: Nom;d: astronomie et espace ) : poque o le Soleil atteint son plus grand loignement angulaire de l'quateur
:
-
:
- solstice
- either of the time when the sun is furthest from the equator at noon
(33953:46) solubiliser ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : rendre soluble
:
-
:
- solstice
(33954:47) solubilit ( t: Nom;d: chimie ) : qualit de ce qui est soluble
:
-
:
- solubility
- the ability of dissolution
(33955:48) solubilit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : qualit de ce qui peut tre rsolu
:
-
:
- solvability
- the ability for being solved
(33956:49) soluble ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui peut tre dissous
:
-
:
- dissolvable
- can be dissolved
(33957:50) soluble ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui peut tre rsolu
:
-
:
- solvable
- that can be solved
(33958:51) solut ( t: Nom;d: chimie ) : corps dissous
:
-
-
:
- solvable
(33959:52) solut ( t: Nom;d: chimie ) : solution aqueuse
:
-
-
:
- deliquesced
- liquefied,dissolved,melted
- that can be dissolved or disintegrated
- that can be dissoloved
- dissolution; dissolving; melting
- resolved; settled; unraveled
(33960:53) solution ( t: Nom;d: chimie ) : mlange homogne
:
-
-
:
- deliquesced
- liquefied,dissolved,melted
- that can be dissolved or disintegrated
- that can be dissoloved
- dissolution; dissolving; melting
- resolved; settled; unraveled
(33961:54) solution ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : rsolution d'une difficult
:
-
-
:
- answer
- response or reaction; reply; solution to a problem, difficulty, question, etc
- reply; response; reaction; acknowledgement or somone or somethin giving that
- voluntary agreement,permission,compliance
- fulfilling or being fulfilled
- receptiveness, acceptance, admission
- act of replying or what is replied; response
- the noun gerund of verb to reply
- answer, or act of feeling produced in answer to a stimulus
- restoration of a thing to its proper owner or original state
- answering; consent; fulfillment
(33962:55) solutionner ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : donner une solution
:
-
:
- solution
- the act or means of solving a problem
- find an answer to
(33963:56) solvabilit ( t: Nom;d: comptabilit ) : fait d'tre solvable
:
-
- ,
:
- solvency
- the state of being solvent
(33964:57) solvable ( t: Adjectif;d: comptabilit ) : qui a les moyens de payer ses cranciers
:
-
-
:
- affluent
- rich and prosperous
- someone who supports capitalism or who owns a lot of money and lends it to business,banks, etc to produce more money
- living a good and well off life
- the oerson engaged in large scale finance
- having ample leisure or opulent
- having an abundance especially of money
- wealthy; rich
- prosperous; wealthy
(33965:58) solvant ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : liquide capable de dissoudre un corps
:
-
-
:
- dissolvent
- resolvent;liquefacient;solvent
- dissolvent; solvent
- solvent; dissolvent; liquefacient
- substance that dissolves
- dissolving or weakening agent

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(33966:1) Somalie ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : Etat d'Afrique
:
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:
- Somalia
- a country in the horn of Africa
(33967:2) somalien ( t: Adjectif;d: peuples et races ) : de la Somalie
:
-
-
:
- Somalian
- of or relating to Somalia
(33968:3) somatique ( t: Adjectif;d: corps humain ) : qui concerne le corps
:
-
-
:
- bodily
- of or in the human body or physical nature
- connected with the body or sex
- of the human body
- of or for the body or physical (contrasted with spiritual)
- bodily ; lascivious; sensual
- of or concerning material things
- bodily; corporal; fleshly
(33969:4) sombre ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : peu clair ; fonc
:
-
-
:
- gloomy
- dark; unlighted
- almost without light or without light; the colour of this printing-ink; opposite to white; dark
- covered with clouds or being not very clear
- with no or very little light or hidden and mysterious
- fairly dark or not giving much light
- covered with clouds; dull and gloomy or edging with stitching to prevent fraying
- brown, dark or dull
- dark; gloomy; tenebrious.
- dark and strong
(33970:5) sombre ( t: Adjectif;d: sentiments et motions ) : qui fait preuve de mlancolie
:
-
-
:
- afflicted
- distressed; plagued; troubled; burdened
- overwhelmed with sorrow or grief
- very bad,unpleasant,and shocking
- dejected;discouraged;despondent
- lonely and unhappy
- having a dejected or guilty appearance; shamefaced
- (of an event, fate, etc) regrettable or mournful
- desolate, abandoned, forlorn
- extremely unhappy
- looking so sad
- aching, pain, tortured, miserable, distress or grieved
- not happy, miserable
- sorrowful; afflicted with distress; causing sorrow or affliction; very bad, wretched
- (of a person) unhappy or miserable; unsatisfactory or displeasing
- sad; regrettable; lamentable
(33971:6) sombrer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : couler
:
- ( )
:
- drown
- die or cause to die in water because unable to breathe
- r fall or come slowly downwards or founder
(33972:7) sombrero ( t: Nom;d: vtements ) : chapeau larges bords
:
-
:
- sombrero
- a broad- brimmed hat
(33973:8) sommaire ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : expos en peu de mots
:
-
- ,
:
- brief
- information, instructions, advice, etc given in advance; a short account or summary; a synopsis
- statement of the main facts or points
- shortened word or phrase
- shortened form of a word or phrase
- shortened; condensed
- summary or abstract
- short account of the contents of a book, etc
- summary; outline; review
- reduced in quantity
- a summary; a brief
- (of authors,books,etc)giving much information briefly
- concise or comprehensive account;summary
- (of a person's speech or style of writing,etc) brief;giving much information in few words
- shortened; curtailed
- to be very epitome
- passage, substance that has been extracted, or action of extracting
- using only few words to say something
- summed up; summarized
- a statement which gives the main ideas
- brief statement of the main points of something
- summarized or briefed
- the summary or the main points of something
- brief summary of something
- a summary; a resume of facts or events
- be brief or concise
- summarized; epitomized
- briefed, abbreviated or abstracted
- abstract or precis
- brief; concise; to the point.
- brevity; conciseness; laconism.
- conciseness giving only the main facts about something .
- shortened statements of contents
- abridged;shortened
(33974:9) sommaire ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : analyse abrge
:
-
- ,
:
- outline
- statement of the main facts or points
- shortened form of a word or phrase
- summary or abstract
- short account of the contents of a book, etc
- summary; outline; review
- reducing of quantity
- a summary; a brief
- (of authors,books,etc)giving much information briefly
- concise or comprehensive account;summary
- (of a person's speech or style of writing,etc) brief;giving much information in few words
- brevity;state of giving much information in few words
- making something shorter;abridgement
- general view of a subject,scene,etc;synopsis
- shortened; curtailed
- short,condensed account;summary
- passage, substance that has been extracted, or action of extracting
- action of extracting ,or passage
- using only few words to say something
- a statement which gives the main ideas
- brief statement of the main points of something
- summarized or briefed
- the summary or the main points of something
- brief summary of something
- a summary; a resume of facts or events
- abridged; shortened
- a summary or outline
- brief; concise; to the point.
- brevity; conciseness; laconism.
- conciseness giving only the main facts about something .
- shortened statements of contents
(33975:10) sommairement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : de faon sommaire
:
-
:
- briefly
- in brief; shortly
- very briefly
- briefly;in brief
- shortening
- in brief; a spoken used to state the main facts about something in a short, clear way
- in brief
- briefly; shortly
- briefly; in one word
- briefly; concisely
(33976:11) sommation ( t: Nom;d: droit et loi ) : acte d'huissier
:
-
:
- shortly
(33977:12) sommation ( t: Nom;d: droit et loi ) : avertissement
:
-
- ,
:
- alarming
- warning; alerting
- an intimation or warning, especially a formal one; a formal announcement or declaration of intention
- serious blame or warning
- warning or expression of disapproval about someone's behaviour
- warning sound or signal or the apparatus that gives such a warning
- time of special watchfulness before or during an attack; warning given to prepare for danger or an attack
- noun gerund of verb to alert
- taking care to avoid danger or a warning to be careful
- warning to be careful or taking care to avoid danger or a warning to be careful
- warning that you must pay attention to something before you take a further step
- act of passing on (news,information,heat,motion,an illness,feelings,etc) or means of communicating;roads,telephone,etc
- official annoucement,especially a news report
- noun gerund of verb (to forewarn)
- an act of officially informing someone about something
- formally telling someone about something
- the noun gerund of verb to tell
- a hint or indication of difficulty, danger, etc; anything that serves to warn; cautionary notice; act of warning somebody
(33978:13) somme ( t: Nom;d: animaux ) : (bte de -) animal employ porter les fardeaux
:
-
-
:
- animal used for cback-formationarrying things or persons
- animal used for riding such as horses, donkeys, camels, etc
- four-footed animal; (farming) cow or bullock; animal for riding or driving
- four-wheeled carriage pulled by horses or railway carriage or long-distance single-decked motor-bus
- a pachorse or any pack-animal collects in mines, machines, etc
- vehicle pulled by horses that was used like a taxi in former times or wheeled vehicle for passengers
- something that conveys; carriage
(33979:14) somme ( t: Nom;d: maths ) : rsultat d'une addition
:
-
-
:
- entire
- with no part left out,whole,complete
- aggregated; assembled; joined; crowded; united
- number of points or goals
- the total amount resulting from the addition of two or more items
- totality; sum
- a total number or amount .
- the whole of something or a total amount .
- a thing complete in itself; all there is of a thing; all members, inhabitants, etc
- total ; sum total .
- gathered together or got from a number of people or places
(33980:15) somme ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : quantit dtermine d'argent
:
-
- ,
:
- number
- quantity; an amount of something that could be counted
- a large quantity of something
- the shape and size of a book, periodical, etc or the manner of arrangement or procedure
- the property of things that is measurable; the size, extent, weight, amount or number; specified portion, amount or number; value expressed in numbers
- amount of space that a substance occupies or large amount or quantity of something or rounded mass of steam, etc
- height or value reached, position on a real or imaginary scale
(33981:16) somme ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de dormir
:
-
-
:
- catnap
- very short sleep
- a short light sleep
- a short sleep or doze, especially by day
- sleep especially of a pecified manner
- a short sleep
(33982:17) sommeil ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : tat de qqn qui dort
:
-
-
:
- resting; reposing
- lying down or prostration
- rest; peaceful state; tranquility
- the sleep
- slumber; shut-eye
- drowsiness; sleepiness
- torpidity ; numbness or slumber .
- unnatural sleep; dormancy
(33983:18) sommeiller ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : dormir d'un sommeil lger
:
-
-
:
- begin to sleep
- sleep lightly; be half asleep
- to take a doze
- sleep lightly or briefly
- be in a state of a sleep
- sleep especially of a pecified manner
(33984:19) sommelier ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : personne charge du service des vins
:
- - -
:
- slumber
(33985:20) sommer ( t: Verbe;d: droit et loi ) : faire une sommation
:
-
- , ,
:
- alarm
- give a warning or feeling of danger to
- warn soldiers, etc to watch for danger and be ready to act; make somebody aware of something
- be a bad sign for somebody or something in the future
- be of bad promise for
- to warn someone against danger
- betoken; be an advance warning of (an evil or unwelcome event)
- portend; indicate beforehand
- warn beforehand
- denote (something dark, gloomy, etc.)
- to formally or officially tell someone about something
- sign or omen that something will happen
- give notice to
(33986:21) sommer ( t: Verbe;d: maths ) : faire la somme de
:
-
-
:
- cover
- to include;compromise; extend over; be adequate for
- acquire by gradually collecting a mass or pick a quantity of something or collect (grain, etc)
- to gather together or to obtain(taxes,etc)from a number of people or receive money or concentrate one's thoughts,ideas,etc or come together
- to be composed of;have as parts or members
- to accumulate to excess;affect with congestion
- to come or bring together
- to have or hold within itself;be capable of holding
- bring or come together or bring together from a scattered places
- draw (a general conclusion) from particular examples or evidence
- compress, crowd
- amount in number to or find the total of or mount to .
- to include;take in
(33987:22) sommet ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : la partie la plus leve
:
-
-
:
- zenith
- the highest point in one's fortunes; a time of great prosperity, etc
- the best and highest level of something; point of perfection
- top or heigest point
- the very top ;peak ;summit
- event,point,of greatest intensity(in a story ,etc)
- top ; height
- the highest point
- the flush or full bloom of youth, vigour, prosperity
- the crest of a hill or of rising ground
- pointed top
- culmination or climax
- the top; peak
- tower or summit
- the highest point of excellence .
- the highst point or part, or a person or thing of the best quality.
- top ; summit .
- top ; summit ; peak .
- the highest point; the top or apex
- the top of something; the most intense part or period of anything
(33988:23) sommet ( t: Nom;d: politique ) : confrence internationale
:
-
:
- summit
- peak or a summit conference
- a summit
(33989:24) sommier ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : chssis plus ou moins souple
:
- :
(33990:25) sommit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : personne minente
:
- ѡ
:
- a leading expert
- a leading expert
(33991:26) somnambule ( t: Adjectif;d: psychologie ) : atteint de somnambulisme
:
-
:
- sleepwalker
- one who walks while asleep
- one who walks while asleep
(33992:27) somnambulisme ( t: Nom;d: psychologie ) : srie de mouvements inconscients se produisant pendant le sommeil
:
-
:
- sleepwalking
- walking while asleep
- walking while asleep
(33993:28) somnifre ( t: Adjectif;d: mdecine ) : hypnotique;se dit d'une substance qui provoque le sommeil
:
-
- ( )
:
- hypnotic
- a drug that produces sleep
- soporific; hypnotic
- somnifacient
- hypnotic, somnifacient
(33994:29) somnifre ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : hypnotique
:
-
:
- soporific
(33995:30) somnolence ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : tat de sommeil lger
:
-
-
:
- catnap
- very short sleep
- a short light sleep
- a short sleep or doze, especially by day
- sleep especially of a pecified manner
- a short sleep
(33996:31) somnolent ( t: Adjectif;d: non thmatique ) : qui a rapport la somnolence
:
-
-
:
- drowsy
- feeling sleepy;half asleep
- ready for sleep or causing sleepiness
- sleepy; slumbery; somnolent
- sleepy; slumberous
- sleepy; drowsy
(33997:32) somnoler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : tre en tat de somnolence
:
-
-
:
- have gone to bed; be sleeping
- to fall asleep
- be tired and almost asleep
- go to bed
- to be at rest on something; (of a thing) rest flat on a surface
- recline so as to rest
- to have a short rest; assume a lying position
- to lie down, recline
- take a recess
- lean or lie back in a horizontal position
- become less anxious, worried, or formal in manner; be at ease
- rest; lie
- be still or asleep; stop moving or woeking
- sleep or slumber
- be in a state of a sleep
- put or go to bed; provide bedding for
(33998:33) somptuaire ( t: Adjectif;d: comptabilit ) : qui concerne les dpenses
:
- :
:
- sumptuary
- regulating expenditure
(33999:34) somptueusement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : avec somptuosit
:
-
:
- magnificently
- in a magnificent way
(34000:35) somptueux ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : luxieux , riche
:
-
-
:
- prodigal
- extravagant
- rich and prosperous
- of a very high quality:high standards of comfort
- using or spending too much
- profuse; excessive; over-abundant
- supplied with luxuries; very comfortable or fond of luxury
- leading a luxurious life
- luxurious; extravagant
- higher than normal
(34001:36) somptuosit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : caractre de ce qui est somptueux
:
-
- , , ,
:
- augustness
- majesty; awe; respect
- true worth;the quality that earns or deserves respect,calm or serious manner or style
- exaltation; praise, respect
- high renown or fame; honour
- majesty, splendour; dignity of appearance or bearing
- the state or quality of being grand
- grandeur; loftiness; majesty
- sublimity; highness
- pride, haughtiness
- splendor; magnificence
- the quality of being very impressive because of being very big, beautiful etc
- the quality of being impressive and powerful that something has
- dignity or gravity
- admiration felt or shown for a person or thing that has good quality or achievements; regard
- feeling of deep respect or veneration
- the quality or state of being solemn
- magnificence, beauty, radiance, stateliness or grace
- loftiness; sublimity
- highness; loftiness
- reverence; exaltation; esteem
- solemnity; sobriety

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(34002:1) son ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : enveloppe des graines
:
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:
- bran
- outer covering (husks) of grain (wheat, rye, etc) separated from flour by sifting
(34003:2) son ( t: Nom;d: sons ) : sensation auditive
:
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:
- strain
- sound; tone
- a sensation caused in the ear by the vibration of the air or the vibration causing this vibration
- the quality of the sound made by a particular instrument or voice.
- a musical or vocal sound or modulation of the voice expressing the a particular feeling or mood.
(34004:3) son ( t: Pronom;d: sons ) : reprsente un possesseur de la troisime personne de singulier
:
- : ,
:
- his
- something which belongs to him
(34005:4) sonate ( t: Nom;d: musique ) : sonate
:
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:
- sonata
- a musical composition for one or two instruments
(34006:5) sondage ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : introduction d'une sonde dans l'organisme
:
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:
- sonata
(34007:6) sondage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : creusement d'un trou
:
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:
- getting to the essence, genuineness, or depth of something
- the noun gerund of verb to fathom
- probing; exploration
(34008:7) sondage ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : procdure d'enqute
:
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:
- canvass
- some sort of referendum or pull
- going to a person, a book, etc for information, advice, etc
- direct vote by all qualified citizens
- voting or place entiltled to vote
- a formulated series of questions, especially for statistical study; a document containing these
- referring of a political issue to a general vote by all the people of the country for a decision
(34009:8) sonde ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : instrument long et fin
:
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-
:
- feeler
- an organ in certain animals for testing things by touch or for searching for food
(34010:9) sonder ( t: Verbe;d: mdecine ) : mesurer au moyen d'une sonde
:
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:
- get to the deepest meaning or level of
- to explore, examine
- measure the depth of water by a plumb
- understand or study in a thorough way
(34011:10) sonder ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : procder au sondage d'une plaie
:
-
(34012:11) sonder ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : soumettre un sondage
:
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:
- solicit the people; ask their opinion
- make election
- ask for opinion in election
- hold a referendum or plebiscite
(34013:12) sondeuse ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : machine utilis pour le forage
:
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-
:
- punch
- metal tool for cutting holes or for pushing something into a small hole
- tool for boring holes in wood, like a gimlet but larger
- small pointed tool for making holes, especially in leather or wood
- a tool that cuts or grips when twisted; tool for boring or drilling holes
- instrument, revolving tool, etc or person that bores or makes a bore
- tool for boring in which the bit is made to revolve by turning the brace, etc
- small tool for piercing holes for brads or screws
- a bit for boring; a roasting-spit
- a surgeon's or dentist's small drill; a whetstone
- tool made of twisted metal which is used to pull a cork out of a bottle
- an instrument with a pointed end or cutting edges form making holes in hard substances
- a machine used for making holes in hard substances
- a small tool with a screw-tip for boring holes
- an nstrument for making holes
- a drill or borer
- a surgeon's or dentist's small drill; a drill; a whetstone
(34014:13) songe ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : rve
:
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-
:
- dream
- a series of thoughts,images,and feelings that you experience when you are asleep
(34015:14) songer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ( - ) penser
:
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:
- weigh
- estimate the relative value, importance or desirability of; consider with a view to choice, rejection or preference; compare
- to have in view as a purpose,intention , or possibility
- think about troubles, etc for a long time
- employ the mind continuously in
- think of it slowly
- to think;work your mind
- to meditate ; think deeply
- to think carefully and seriously about something
- to think about carefully,take into account,or regard as
- to contemplate mentally
- to meditate or look at (with the eyes or in the mind)
- look at or over; inspect; survey
- think about; consider
- give oneself up to serious thought
- to think deeply or dreamily about something for a long time
- consider carefully
- spend time thinking carefully
- look carefully to
- contemplate or consider carefully
- to think carefully about
- look at something very carefully for a long time
- use one's power to think, understand, form opinions, etc
- consider or think about something in the specified way
- consider something with great attention
- think in something deeply
- look at or examine something carefully
- look attentively at
- consider carefully ; think over ; meditate on .
- consider something carefully
- consider an important matter very carefully
- think carefully
- consider, ponder, balance in the mind
(34016:15) songer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : ( - ) avoir l'intention de
:
- ,
:
- be aspired, desired, seeked
- to mean:to be a sign of something :indicate
- aim at
- mark or point out clearly:give a name or title to
- aim at; seek; intend; mean
- purpose, mean
- to intend or aim at
- intend ,mean ,or plan
(34017:16) songerie ( t: Nom;d: psychologie ) : tat de distraction
:
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:
- daydream
- pleasant thoughts
- thinking of pleasant thoughts
- state of having idle and pleasant thoughts
(34018:17) songeur ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : pensif
:
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:
- cogitating
- thinking ; pondering
- meditative;contemplative
- meditating
- thoughtful;fond of contemplation;contemplating
- fond of meditation
- thinking deeply about something
- meditating; thinking
- a person who thinks, esp. in a specified way or a person with a powerful mind .
- using thought or rational judgement.
- engaged in or given to meditation or considerate
- person who broods, or ponders
(34019:18) sonnaille ( t: Nom;d: sons ) : clochette
:
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:
- small bell attached to sleigh or harness of sleigh-horse
- bell hung round a cow's neck to indicate her whereabouts
(34020:19) sonnailler ( t: Verbe;d: Sciences ) : faire sonner la sonnaille
:
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:
- jingle
- make or cause to make a jingling sound; (of writing) be full of alliterations, rhymes, etc
- ( cause something to ) make short sharp sounds quickly
- fill a place with sound; produce echoes
- ring ; plunk ; peal or rattle ; clank .
(34021:20) sonn ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : annonc par une cloche
:
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:
- tinkle
(34022:21) sonner ( t: Verbe;d: sons ) : produire un son
:
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- to ring, clang
- move with a shrill sound
- make a clear resonant sound , like that of a bell being struck
- make a humming sound; move rapidly or excitedly; be filled with a buzzing noise
- make a hissing or spluttering sound
- make short sharp ringing sound
- emit or cause to emit this sound.
- ring ; plunk ; peal or rattle ; clank .
- ring ; peal ; resonate or (the hour) strike .
- breathe with an audible chesty whistling sound; utter in this way
- make a continuous rapid buzzing or softly clicking sound as of a bird's wings or of cog-wheels in constant motion
- move with or make a whiz
- move quickly, especially with a buzzing sound
- move with zip or at high speed
(34023:22) sonner ( t: Verbe;d: sons ) : faire fonctionner une sonnerie, une sonnette
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- sound; ring
- ring ; peal ; resonate or (the hour) strike .
(34024:23) sonnerie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ensemble des cloches d'une glise
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- set of tunned bells
- set of bells in a tower
- a musical instrument
(34025:24) sonnerie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : dispositif d'appel acoustique
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- a button outside a house that you push to make a sound so that people inside know you are there
(34026:25) sonnerie ( t: Nom;d: sons ) : son de cloches , d'un rveil , d'un tlphone, etc
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- deep hollow or resonant sound
- reflection and repetition of a sound
- reverberating or being reverberated
- a sensation caused in the ear by the vibration of the air or the vibration causing this vibration
(34027:26) sonnet ( t: Nom;d: littrature et posie ) : pome de quatorze vers
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- a poem of fourteen lines
(34028:27) sonnette ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : clochette
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- hollow vessel of cast metal, usually shaped like a cup, that makes a ringing sound when struck; time signal in the form of a bell ring; a bell sound
- a metal disc with a turned rim, giving a resonant note when struck
- a large metal gong
(34029:28) sonneur ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : personne qui sonne les cloches
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- knocker; striker; beater
- a metal wooden instrument hinged to a door for knocking to call attention or person or thing that knocks
- beater or hitter
- person or thing that strikes
(34030:29) sonore ( t: Adjectif;d: sons ) : qui a un son clatant
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- (of the voice or phrasing) full, round; imposing
- having a loud, full, or deep sound
- powerful voice
- deep-sounding; low in tone
(34031:30) sonoriser ( t: Verbe;d: sons ) : rendre sonore
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(34032:31) sonorit ( t: Nom;d: sons ) : qualit de ce qui est sonore
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- state of being loud
- sonority (of sound,voice,etc.)
- the state of being orotund
- orotundity; loudness

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(34033:1) sophisme ( t: Nom;d: philosophie ) : raisonnement faux malgr son apparence de vrit
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- the reasoning of sophists
(34034:2) sophiste ( t: Nom;d: philosophie ) : personne qui use de sophismes
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- a member of the last generations of Greek philosophers before Plato
- of or relating to sophism
- of or relating to sophism
of or relating to sophism
(34035:3) sophistication ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : caractre artificiel
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- paying too much importance to details
- over-refinement in language and art
(34036:4) sophistication ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de sophistiquer
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- sophistication
- development; promotion
- progress, development or promotion in job, level of knowledge, rank, status or the act of advancing; furthering
- promoting; developing
- orgnizing;preparing,treating an exposed film with chemicals
- the process of developing;advancing;growing
- natural and gradual development
- furthering or being furthered; the advancement of a scheme, etc
- noun gerund of verb to further
- noun gerund of verb to promote
- activity of helping of helping something to develop
(34037:5) sophistique ( t: Adjectif;d: philosophie ) : de la nature du sophisme
:
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:
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- a member of the last generations of Greek philosophers before Plato
- of or relating to sophism
- of or relating to sophism
of or relating to sophism
(34038:6) sophistique ( t: Nom;d: philosophie ) : doctrine des sophistes
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- faulty reasoning ; misleading or unsounded argument
- false conclusions resulting from paradoxical dedu
- a false argument intended to deceive
(34039:7) sophistiqu ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : trs raffin
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- renewed; restored; refitted
(34040:8) sophistiqu ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : affect , manir
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:
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- spurious, sham , artificial
- affected; mannered
- calculated for effect; showy; affected.
- not natural or genuine; pretended; artificial
- not real or natural or part of a natural process; deliberately made; made by art; manufactured; fake; not sincere
- pretended; false; feigned; affected
- specially contrived , not genuine
- counterfeit; not genuine
- to be artificial
- simulate ; pretend to be affected by
- overacted; mannered; histrionic
- a person who poses for effect or behaves affectedly
- not true; pretended
- pretended; not genuine
- theatrical, artificial, exaggerated.
(34041:9) soporifique ( t: Adjectif;d: mdecine ) : qui provoque le sommeil
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- of or producing hypnosis; soporific(of a duge)
- (substance or pill)that makes you sleep
- ready for sleep or causing sleepiness
- sleepy; soporific
- inducing sleep; soporific
- somniferous; sleepy
(34042:10) soporifique ( t: Nom;d: mdecine ) : substance qui provoque le sommeil
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(34043:11) soprano ( t: Nom;d: musique ) : voix de femme ou de jeune garon la plus leve des voix
:
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- the highest singing voice

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(34044:1) sorbier ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : arbre sauvage
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- type of tree that bears hanging clusters of scarlet berries; mountain ash
- a service tree
- European tree like mountain ash with small round or pear-shaped fruit edible when overripe.
(34045:2) sorcellerie ( t: Nom;d: histoire et mythologie ) : pratique des sorciers
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- act of pretending to have special skills or knowledge
- act of pretending to have special skills or knowledge
- solemn appeal;incantation
- the practice of legerdemain
- a secret power that is used to control events or do impossible actions
- jugglery or legerdemain
- jugglery; magic; mountebankery
- sorcery; witchcraft; conjuration
(34046:3) sorcier ( t: Adjectif;d: histoire et mythologie ) : magicien
:
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:
- charlatan
- person who pretends to have special skills or knowledge
- person who practices legerdemain
- juggler or conjurer
- person who claims to use a magical power
- a person who practises voodoo
(34047:4) sordide ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui fait preuve de bassesse morale
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:
- abject
- lacking all pride; contemptible and despicable
- dishonourable; despicable; not pure; low in value
- of dishonourable behaviour
- deserving or provoking contempt
- very cruel or evil
- contemptible:scorned
- low, base, mean
- mean, base
- humble in feeling, behaviour or status
- a nasty and vicious person
- ignoble
- dishonest, insincere person
- mean; low; base
- a person who makes humor in a vulgar, obscence or disrespected way
- despised; despicable
- mean; low; abject
- low; abject
- morally base; depraved, shameful, abominably bad
- a person guilty or capable of grat wickedness, (in a play etc) a character whose evil action or motive are important in the plot
- characteristic of a villain; wicked
- of or characteristic of the common people, or coarse in manners
- sinful, iniquitous, given to or involving immorality; spiteful, ill-tempered; playfully malicious; foul, very bad; giving pain
- contemptible; mean; despicable
- mean, base
- contemptible; mean
- of or in humble rank or position or vulgar; mean
- cruel or disgusting person; person who behaves badly
- having lost one's honour or reputation
- a person who does preliminary drudgery for another, or who assists another's immoral behaviour
(34048:5) sordide ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : d'une salet repoussante
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- untidy
- dirty; filthy; unclean
- polluted;made dirty,impure,or diseased
- not clean;immoral
- extremely or disgustingly dirty
- dirty, unclean
- dirty; grimy; slovenly
- dirty; sloppy
- dirty; stained
- dirty; filthy
- stained, dirty or polluted
- dirty; filthy
- dirty; filthy; unclean
(34049:6) sordidement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : de faon sordide
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:
- basely
- in a base manner
- in a nasty and mean way
(34050:7) sordidit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : malpropret; crasse
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- dirt
- unclean matter(dust,soil,mud);unclean thought or talk
- the state of being not clean;covered with dirt,mean;dishonourable
- repugnant or extreme dirt ; excrement, refuse
- repugnant or extreme dirt
- discarded articles; rubbish; anything regarded as of little value; a lump or chunk
- dirt; filth; anything disgusting or dirty
- being dirty ; speck
- the state of being fithy or sqallid
- garbage ; rubbish or waste material that will be thrown away.
- the quality of being unclean
- filthiness; uncleanliness
(34051:8) sordidit ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : caractre de ce qui est sordide
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- abjectness
- baseness, humiliation, meekness or submissiveness
- state of being base
- state of deserving or provoking contempt
- meanness:baseness:inferiority
- lowness, humbleness, inferiority
- baseness, meanness
- state of being humble in feeling, behaviour or status
- humbleness; lowliness
- nastiness; unkindness
- the state of being vile; meanness
(34052:9) sornette ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : propos frivole
:
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:
- bull
- nonesense; trivial or insincere talk or writing; amusing or foolish mistake in language
- nonsense; meaningless talking
- foolish talk
- nonesense; jumble of words
- nonesense; rubbish
- foolish or worthless talk or writing; nonesense
- high-sounding but meaningless talk or writing
- nonesense; humbug
- nonesense; foolish talk
- nonesense; humbug
- abbreviation for bunkum; nonesense
- nonesense; humbug
- nonsense;stupid talk
- something that is said or written that is silly or does not mean anything important
- nonsense, tomfoolery
- trivial matters
- nonsense, humbug
- nonsense utterance
- a stupid or impractical remark, idea, or plan
- absured or meaningless words or ideas
- twaddle or nonsense
- nonsense or balder dash
- patter or chatter
- nonsense or balderdish
- (unnecessarily) complicated procedure or a long confusing series of actions that seems silly
- nonsense; balderdash
- worthless finery ; nonsense .
- useless, senseless, or dull writing or talk .
- pretentious talk or behaviour, nonesensical stuff
- mere empty words; meaningless rhetoric
- empty compliments ; trifles ;nonesense
- idle talk or ideas; anything substantial or of little worth
(34053:10) sort ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : dcision par le hasard
:
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:
- lot
- person's destiny, condition, etc
- event caused by uncontrollable natural forces; storm, flood, etc
- happened with no interference of any human
- God's wish
- a power regarded as predetermining events
- fate and divine decree
- destiny or preordainment
- preordination or destiny
- fate; destiny
(34054:11) sortable ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : convenable , correct
:
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:
- apt
- exactly right for a particular situation or purpose; suitable; appropriate
- harmonious; consistent; conformed with
- (of ideas,arguments,etc) suited (to),in accord(with),able to exist together (with)
- (of a punishment) severe and well-deserved
- in agreement;consistent,submissive,obedient
- in agreement;consistent or identical
- harmonious;in agreement,consistent
- fitting ; proper,harmonious
- (of a person,his behaviour,etc)conforming to a regular pattern;regular
- consistent;in agreement or harmony
- suitable; handy; served to avoid trouble or diffeculty; easy to get to or at
- harmonious; agreeing; similar
- helpful, suitable
- practicable,possible; easily or conveniently done
- well adapted or suited,good enough
- proper, becoming, right
- (of a time) well-chosen or especially favourable or appropriate
- right ,correct ,fitting ,or suitable
- good or appropriate
- appropriate ; suitable ; convenient.
- fit; suitable; proper
(34055:12) sortant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui sort
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:
- going out; coming out
- going away; going out
- the external side or surface; the outer parts or the external appearance or a position on the outer side
- out of doors; out of the house
(34056:13) sorte ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : espce , genre
:
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:
- category
- division or class in a complete system or grouping
- group having qualities of the same kind;kind,sort of division or system of ranks in society ;all people in one of these ranks or grouping of organisms
- a group of things with common attributes
- category; class
- a class of things or persons having common characteristics ; sort ; kind or model .
- a class of things different in some common qualities from the rest of a larger class to which they belong
(34057:14) sortie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : manire d'chapper une difficult
:
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:
- loophole
- means of evading a rule etc without infringing the letter of it
- state or act of avoiding someone or something
- the act or manner of fleeing
- an escape, especially after committing a crime
- (place giving) shelter or prtection from danger,trouble, pursuit, etc
- an escape or other alternative
(34058:15) sortie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de sortir
:
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:
- decampment
- the state of moving away
- departing,going away
- of time;passing
- emigration expatriation
- leaving; departure; leave
- leaving; departing
- expatriation, emigration
- noun gerund of verb (to journey)
- permission or leaving
- noun gerund of verb to leave
- the act of leaving your place to go to live in another place
- the travelling
- departure; decampment
- the act of travelling, esp. in foreign countries or leaving or touring .
- noun gerund of verb ( to travel )
(34059:16) sortie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : endroit par o l'on sort
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:
- entry
- an entrance,a passage or a small room
- route regularly taken by aircraft, or a ventilating passage in a mine, etc
- the space where the door opens into a room or building
- opening,gate,door,passage,etc by which one enters something
- a passage or small roomyou go through to enter a place
- way in and out that can be closed by a gate or gates
- a passage or entrance
(34060:17) sortilge ( t: Nom;d: histoire et mythologie ) : action qui semble magique
:
-
(34061:18) sortilge ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : charme
:
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:
- appeal
- attractiveness; interest
- state of being bewitched
- state of attraction
- great charm or divinely power
- attractiveness or pleasing quality or something believed to have magic power,good or bad
- a feeling of mystery attracting you
- causing someone to be attractive,interesting and exciting
- the act of being attract irresistibly
- physical attractiveness or alluring and exciting beauty or charm
- physical attractiveness or exciting beauty
- charm, fascination
- attractiveness, especially sexual appeal
- jugglery; magic; mountebankery
- sorcery; witchcraft; conjuration
- witchcraft; power exercised by beauty or eloquence or the like
- noun gerund of verb to witch
- magic; charm
(34062:19) sortir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : quitter un lieu
:
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:
- depart, especially from home to other place
- to leave the house where you are living now in order to go and live somewhere else; to leave a place; to leave
- move out or walk out
- tour or wander or leave or trip .
- depart suddenly or angrily; cease work, especially to go on strike
(34063:20) sortir ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : mener dehors
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:
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- move ,force someone or something from the place occupied
- cause to go outdoors
- take out; bring out; get out
- to allow to go
- extract or eject

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(34064:1) SOS ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : signal de dtresse par radiotlgraphie
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:
- SOS
- an international code-signal of extreme distress
(34065:2) sosie ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : personne qui ressemble parfaitement une autre
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:
- double
- having something repeated;having similarities with; having two different roles

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(34066:1) sot ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : dnu d'esprit
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:
- ass
- ignorant or stupid person
- slow and stupid person
- a blockhead person; stupid; idiot
- stupid:not able to understand
- stupid;dummy
- a stupid person
- slow to understand;stupid;tedious; boring
- stupid; slow to understand
- a stupid person
- a stupid person
- vacantly silly ; purposeless
- foolish , silly
- laking good sense or judgement ; unwise
- silly, trivial
- laking tact; tactless
- (especially of a tall young person) awkward and clumsy
- a foolish or stupid person
- stupid, silly, daft
- stupid; foolish; silly;daft
- stupid; silly; foolish; headless
- clumsy, overbearing
- stupid, foolish
- a person of abnormally weak intellect
- mentally weak
- stupid, slow-witted
- someone who is very stupid
- a foolish or simple-minded person
- a stupid person
- another spelling for numskull; a silly, foolish, and stupid person
- a stupid or foolish person; a numbskull
- a stupid person
- stupid; silly; foolish
- humorous in a vulgar, obscence or disrespected way
- lacking sense; foolish; impudent
- foolish, silly or oafish
- foolish; fathead; dim-witted .
- a stupid person ; a blockhead .
- foolish; idiot ; stupid .
- silly ; foolish ; idiot .
- a foolish ; stupid person .
- mentally deficient; lacking in resolution
- stupid; foolish
- comically idiotic; crazily ridiculous
- a buffon or jester; a merry andrew; a clown awkwardly mimicking people in shows
- a stupid person
- lazy, sluggish, dull
- stupid; silly; headless
- stupid; dull
(34067:2) sottement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : de faon sotte
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:
- brainlessness
- state of being brainless; stupidity
- foolery stupidity
- stupidity, silliness
- stupidity, foolishness
- absurdly; foolishly
- stupidity ; foolishness ; idiocy .
(34068:3) sottise ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : manque de jugement
:
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:
- brainlessness
- state of being brainless; stupidity
- the state of being stupid; lazy, and foolish
- stupidity, foolishness
- stupidity, unintelligent
- silliness, dumbness
- utter foolishness
- stupidity, foolishness
- absurdity; ridiculousness; stupidity
- the quality of being simple-minded
- the state or quality of being stupid
- stupidity ; foolishness ; idiocy .
- the state of being weak-minded

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(34069:1) sou ( t: Nom;d: monnaies ) : pice de cinq centimes
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(34070:2) sou ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : argent
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- moneys
- moneys
(34071:3) souahli ( t: Nom;d: linguistique ) : langue de relation dans l'Est de l'Afrique
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(34072:4) soubresaut ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : saut brusque
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- sudden jump
(34073:5) soubresaut ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : mouvement brusque
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- quake
- an act of quaking
- unpleasant cold sensation or unpleasant coldness (of air, water,etc )
- noun gerund of verb to quake
- quivering sound or movement
- noun gerund of verb to quiver
- the act or an instance of shaking
- a momentary shivering movement
- the act or an istance of shuddering
- trembling; shivering
- a wave or nervous tremor of emotion or sensation .
- a trembling state or movement; a quiver by trembling .
- noun gerund of verb ( to tremble )
- a thrill (of fear or exulation etc.); tremble .
- a quavering or vibratory sound, esp. a rapid alternation of sung or played notes .
- a sudden, quick movement ( especially of the eye )
- tremor; quiver; chill
(34074:6) soubrette ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : femme de chambre
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- maid in slavery, not free
- woman in slavery
- female slave; bondwoman
- an Eastern female slave or concubine, especially in the Turkish sultan's seraglio
- odalisque; bondwoman
(34075:7) souche ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : personne l'origine d'une suite de descendants
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- strain
- root; origin
- line of ancestors; the members of your family who lived a long time ago
- basics and principles
- lineal descent; ancestry
- starting-point; source
- line of ancestors
- head, origin, reference, guide or index
- ancestry
(34076:8) souche ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : partie d'un arbre
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:
- root
- part of the plant that keeps it firmly in the soil, or part of a hair, tooth, nail, etcthat attaches it to the rest of the body
- the stumb
(34077:9) souci ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : plante ornementale aux fleurs jaunes ou oranges
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- snag
(34078:10) souci ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : proccupation qui trouble la tranquillit d'esprit
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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
(34079:11) soucier ( t: Verbe;d: sentiments et motions ) : ( se - de ) faire attention
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- pay attention or heed to; apply or devote oneself to; look after; take care of
- be heedful to
- devote one's care or concern to
- to look after someone or to like
- to feel interest; to like
- to take an interest in
- to take an interest in
- take notice of
- to take care of someone or be responsible for dealing with something
- to pay attention to something to improve it
- take into consideration
- take an interest in something or somebody
- to take care of
- care for ; look after .
- look after; take care of
- apply one's mind steadily; give careful thought; give practical consideration to somebody or something
- take care of; attend to
- hold or treat carefully; foster
- to become interested or engaged in
(34080:12) soucieusement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : avec souci
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:
- anxiously
- fearfully; restlessly; nervously; fretfully; eagerly
- in a nervous manner
- in a restless way
(34081:13) soucieux ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui a du souci , qui se proccupe de qqch
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- gloomy
- dark; unlighted
- distressed; plagued; troubled; burdened
- feeling or expressing anguish
- (of person) depressed; lifeless
- overwhelmed with sorrow or grief
- looking sad
- very sad and depressed
- sad;bringing or suggesting sadness
- sad,grived,depressed
- often feeling depressed:dissapointed:frustrated
- has nothing pleasant;sad;gloomy;miserable
- dejected;discouraged;despondent
- dejected; frustrated; sad
- in low spirit;dejected
- lonely and unhappy
- depressed; sullen
- sad; unhappy; sorrowful
- sad; unhappy; sorrowful
- sad; doleful
- very sad
- overbearing, domineering
- not joyful
- (of an event, fate, etc) regrettable or mournful
- desolate, abandoned, forlorn
- dejected, dispirited
- sad, unhappy
- feeling very sad, often because of mental illness
- sad or making you feel sad
- extremely unhappy
- looking so sad
- expressive of sorrow
- showing or causing sorrow
- causing sorrow or grief
- sad; grieved; gloomy
- unhappy, sad, mournful
- regretful; sad; regrettable
- aching, pain, tortured, miserable, distress or grieved
- sad ; calamitous ; or of or in the style of tragedy .
- not happy, miserable
- sorrowful; afflicted with distress; causing sorrow or affliction; very bad, wretched
- be depressed or depressing
- sad; regrettable; lamentable
- gloomy, dismal, dark
(34082:14) soucoupe ( t: Nom;d: mnage ) : petite assiette
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- saucer
- a small round plate
(34083:15) soudage ( t: Nom;d: industrie ) : opration qui consiste faire une soudure
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- soldering
- welding; fusing; uniting
- a welded joint; act of welding
- noun gerund of verb to weld
- welding of metals, etc
- the act of welding
(34084:16) soudain ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui se produit tout coup
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- abrupt
- sudden and unexpected
- something quite unexpected
- quite upright as a bolt
- sudden ; surprising
- fulminating; (of a disease or symptom) developing suddenly
- unexpected; swift or immediate
- sudden, astonishing, surprisal or overtaking
- fast; hasty
- not expected; surprising; adventitious
- not known in advance; unexpected
- unexpected; unforeseen
- not predicted or foretold
- (of a disease or symptom) developing suddenly
(34085:17) soudain ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : tout coup
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- suddenly; abruptly
- sudden appearance
- suddenly; by surprise
- unexpectedly; surprisingly
- surprisingly; without warning
- suddenly, unexpectedly
- unexpectedly; suddenly
- taking by surprise
- in an unexpected way; surprisingly
(34086:18) soudainement ( t: Adverbe;d: non thmatique ) : de faon soudaine
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- suddenly; abruptly
- sudden appearance
- suddenly; by surprise
- unexpectedly; surprisingly
- surprisingly; without warning
- suddenly, unexpectedly
- unexpectedly; suddenly
- taking by surprise
- in an unexpected way; surprisingly
(34087:19) Soudan ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : Etat d'Afrique
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- a country of Africa south of Egypt
(34088:20) soudanais ( t: Adjectif;d: peuples et races ) : du Soudan
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- Sudanese
- of or relating to Sudan
(34089:21) soudard ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : individu grossier
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- awkward person with unpolished manners, especially from the country; rustic or socially inept person
- a person who is rough or rowdy
- a tough person ; roughneck
(34090:22) soude ( t: Nom;d: chimie ) : carbonate de sodium
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- compound of carbon and sodium
- a white powder with many commercial applications
(34091:23) soude ( t: Nom;d: plantes ) : plante des terrains sals
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- a salt marsh plant of the genus Salicornia, formerly burnt for use in glass-making
- a type of plants
(34092:24) soud ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : participe pass de verbe souder
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- coalesced
- united(into one substance,group,etc)
- sticking together or consistent;easy to understand
- having the power of cohering;tending to cohere
- merged; blended; amalgamated
- staying together, and supporting each other
- united; connected; fastened; attached; belonging to
- welded; fused
- keeping a firm hold of property
- coherent; cohesive; well-knit
(34093:25) souder ( t: Verbe;d: industrie ) : effectuer une soudure
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- fuse
- blend or amalgamate into one whole by or as by melting
- to weld, mend
- hammer, press into one piece; join by fusion with electric arc, etc; form by welding into some article; fashion into an effectual or homogeneous whole
- weld metals, etc
(34094:26) souder ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : unir , lier
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- chain
- to confine with a chain or restrict (a person)
- to fasten something or someone
- to tie something firmly
- make or become fixed or secure
- put into fetters
- double, bend, tie or impound
- put together, fasten, unite; connect by a line, etc; come together; be united, connected or continuous with
- to restrict; confine
- to join by means of tenon.
- to fasten one thing to another with a piece of a string, rope etc
- make fast ; bind or fasten .
- cuff ; bind ;manacle .
- to hold back;restrain;cause to go slow or stop
(34095:27) soudeur ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : personne qui soude
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- solderer
- welder; weldor
- person or machine that welds pieces of iron or other metal
- person who welds pieces of metal
(34096:28) soudoyer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : corrompre
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- bribe
- offer, give a bribe to
- bribe or corrupt somebody
- to make or become corrupt
(34097:29) soudure ( t: Nom;d: industrie ) : alliage fusible servant souder
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- solder
- a fusible alloy used to join less fusible metals
(34098:30) soudure ( t: Nom;d: industrie ) : assemblage excut par voie technique
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- fusing
- noun gerund of verb to fuse
- welding; fusing; uniting
- a welded joint; act of welding
- noun gerund of verb to weld
- the act of welding
(34099:31) soufflage ( t: Nom;d: industrie ) : procd de fabrication de la verrerie creuse
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- blowpipe
- tube for increasing the heat of a flame by forcing air into it; tube through which arrows and darts are propelled by blowing
(34100:32) soufflant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui envoie de l'air chaud
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- blower
- person who makes things by blowing or who pumps air into something;or apparatus for forcing air into or through something
(34101:33) soufflant ( t: Adjectif;d: sentiments et motions ) : qui stupfie
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- amazing
- so surprising that is hard to believe or extremely good in a surprising and unexpected way
- most wonderful thing; most marvellous
- so surprising that it is difficult to believe; staggering; astounding; amazing; bewildering
- so surprising that it is almost impossible to believe; amazing; astonishing; bewildering
- that bewilders
- confusing;filling with confusion
- striking dumb; astonishing
- very good;of very high quality
- strange; odd; unusual
- beyond what is ordinary
- extravagantly fanciful ; capricious , eccentric
- excellent ; of a notable merit
- of or from or situated in or characteristic of a country or language other than one's own or unfamiliar, strange
- richly coloured, sumptuous, magnificent
- comically or repulsively distorted; monstrous, unnatural
- extremely good and admired
- wonderful or marvelous
- worth noticing or unusual; exceptional
- wonderful; amazing; strange
- strikingly large or obvious
- wonderful; dazzling; fine; brilliant; beautiful; magnificent
- astounding; astonishing
- astounding or astonishing
- astounding, huge or titanic
- seeming supernatural; mysterious
- very remarkable or admirable; arousing wonder
- wonderful; remarkable; amazing; maevellous; extraordinary
- astounding; astonishing
- indulging in fancies ; whimsical, capricious
- putting into disorder;perplexing,amazing
- strange, perplexing, hard to account for
(34102:34) souffle ( t: Nom;d: gographie ) : agitation de l'air
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- storming
- blowing, breakthrough or burglary
(34103:35) souffle ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : air exhal par la bouche en respirant
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- breathe
- take air into the lungs and send it out again; utter, send out a scent, feeling, etc; allow to breathe gently and rest
- breathe air
- make breathe quickly and deeply by exercise; blow
(34104:36) soufflement ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : action de souffler
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- storming
- blowing, breakthrough or burglary
(34105:37) souffler ( t: Verbe;d: gographie ) : produire un courant d'air
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- winnow
- fan the air with wings; flap wings; stir the hair, air, etc
- (of wind) cause to move; send current of air from mouth upon, into or through; pant; produce sound from a trumpet, etc by sending air into it; puff
(34106:38) souffler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : respirer avec peine
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- be unable to take in breath quickly enough
- pant; have difficulty in taking in breath
- pant; have difficulty in taking in breath
- pant; have difficulty in taking in breath
- be panting or out of breath
- catch one's breath with an open mouth as in exhaustion or astonishment
- breath quickly and with difficulty
(34107:39) souffler ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : expulser l'air par la bouche
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- huff
- give out loud puffs of air
(34108:40) soufflet ( t: Nom;d: instruments et machines ) : instrument qui sert souffler l'air
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- bellows
- apparatus for blowing air into a fire, like in a forge, or for forcing air through the pipes of an organ, like in a church
(34109:41) soufflet ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : coup du plat ou 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
(34110:42) souffleter ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : donner une gifle qqn
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- buffet
- give a blow or blows to
- to slap with the open hand
- prod gently with the elbow to attract attention
- strike with the palm of the hand
(34111:43) souffleur ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : qui souffle
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- blower
- person who makes things by blowing or who pumps air into something;or apparatus for forcing air into or through something
(34112:44) souffleur ( t: Nom;d: professions ) : personne charge de souffler leur texte aux acteurs
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- prompter
- one who tells actor the words to say
(34113:45) souffrance ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : fait de souffrir
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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
- state of being depressed:low in spirit:sadness
- severe pain;sorrow;anguish
- 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
- gloom; sullenness; frown
- mental anguish or grief
- wretchedness, misery
- a feeling of pressure there, caused by emotion
- a feeling of sadness for no particular reason
- great suffering or discomfort, caused for example by being very poor or very sick
- sudden feeling of pain
- 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
- excessive concern about a trivial thing; abundance of petty detail
(34114:46) souffrant ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : malade , indispos
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- unwell; ill
- (of a disease or condition)continual,lasting for a long time or severe
- suffering from disease
- out of health, sick
- very sick
- one who is receiving medical treatment
- ill; affected by illness
- unhealthy, diseased
(34115:47) souffreteux ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : qui une mauvaise sant
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- of weak health; sick
(34116:48) souffrir ( t: Verbe;d: sentiments et motions ) : supporter qqch de pnible
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- endure; tolerate; put up with; be fit for
- put up with; tolerate
- to suffer or tolerate patiently
- was patient
- be long-suffering
- bear hateful things
- continue trying something
- tolerate or bear
- withstand, persevere or take
- find sufficiently palatable to swallow or bear
- undergo or suffer (pain, grief, etc.)
- endure or permit , esp with forbearance
(34117:49) souffrir ( t: Verbe;d: sentiments et motions ) : prouver de la souffrance
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- be painfully tormented
- cause or suffer great anxiety or worry intensily about something
- cause or suffer severe mental or physical pain or worry
- suffering severe pain
- to make loud sounds that express feelings, but not thoughts or to exclaim; call out loudly in words
- to express or feel grief for or about; regret
- to suffer
- to suffer
- feel pain
- be tortured ; agonized or causing lovesick
- utter a wail; lament or complain persistently or bitterly; make a sound like a wail; bewail; wail over
- suffer severe mental discomfort or embarrassment
(34118:50) soufi ( t: Adjectif;d: religion ) : relatif au soufisme
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- mystical
- involving religious, spiritual powers
- of or concerning a moslem ascetic and mystic
(34119:51) soufi ( t: Nom;d: religion ) : adepte du soufisme
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- mystic
- person who seeks union with God and, through that, realization of truth beyond men's understanding
- a moslem ascetic and mystic
(34120:52) soufisme ( t: Nom;d: religion ) : courant mystique de l'islam
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- quietism
- a passive attitude towards life, with devotional contemplation and abandonment of the will, as a form of religious mysticism
(34121:53) soufre ( t: Nom;d: chimie ) : non-mtal d'une couleur jaune clair
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- brimstone
- the element sulphur
- a yellow non-metalic chemical element
- a yellow non-metalic chemical element
(34122:54) soufrer ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : enduire de soufre
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- sulphur
(34123:55) souhait ( t: Nom;d: sentiments et motions ) : dsir que qqch s'accomplisse
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- aspiration
- strong desire or ambition
- state of desiring eagerly (especially something that belongs to another one)
- something felt to be lacked or missed
- a strong hope or wish: a strong longing:strong sexual attraction
- urgent need or demand
- the object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim
- the exercise of the will or the power of willing
- a desire, request or aspiration; an expression of this; a thing desired
- aim or purpose
- purpose; intention
(34124:56) souhaitable ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : dsirable ; que l'on peut souhaiter
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- in request,wanted,demanded
- aspired; wished
- wished for
- exepected to happen
- act of asking for something in speech or writing, especially politely
- called upon; invited; required
- in demand or in request
- desired; pursued
- desired; pursued
- desired; needed; required; sought by somebody
- a desire, request or aspiration; an expression of this; a thing desired
- aspired; desired
- hoped for; aspired; desired
(34125:57) souhait ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : participe pass de verbe souhaiter
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- in request,wanted,demanded
- aspired; wished
- wished for
- exepected to happen
- act of asking for something in speech or writing, especially politely
- called upon; invited; required
- in demand or in request
- desired; pursued
- desired; pursued
- desired; needed; required; sought by somebody
- a desire, request or aspiration; an expression of this; a thing desired
- aspired; desired
- hoped for; aspired; desired
(34126:58) souhaiter ( t: Verbe;d: sentiments et motions ) : dsirer l'accomplissement de qqch
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- anticipate
- expect something; see what is going to happen or what needs to be done and act accordingly
- feel hope
- want something to happen or be true
- to wait(an expected event)eagerly
(34127:59) souill ( t: Adjectif;d: adjectifs ) : participe pass de verbe souiller
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- untidy
- dirty; filthy; unclean
- polluted;made dirty,impure,or diseased
- not clean;immoral
- extremely or disgustingly dirty
- dirty, unclean
- dirty; grimy; slovenly
- dirty; sloppy
- dirty; stained
- dirty; filthy
- stained, dirty or polluted
- dirty; filthy
- dirty; filthy; unclean
(34128:60) souiller ( t: Verbe;d: non thmatique ) : salir
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- stain
- blot, blotch, sully or smudge
(34129:61) souillon ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : personne malpropre
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- slob
- mud; mire
- person who is habitually untidy
(34130:62) souillure ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : tache morale
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- abjectness
- baseness, humiliation, meekness or submissiveness
- disgraceful action
- condition of being looked down upon or despised or shame;disgrace
- act of cringing
- meanness:vileness:contemptibleness
- a lack of good reputation or respectability;discredit
- submissiveness; humility
- dishonour, infamy
- state of being humble in feeling, behaviour or status
- humbleness; lowliness
- shame; embarrassment
- disgrace or bad reputation attaching to some act or conduct
- the state of being spineless
- dishonor, shame, disgrace
- noun gerund of verb ( to truckle ).
- a feeling of distress or humiliation or being defamed
(34131:63) souillure ( t: Nom;d: non thmatique ) : ce qui souille
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- dirt
- unclean matter(dust,soil,mud);unclean thought or talk
- the state of being not clean;covered with dirt,mean;dishonourable
- repugnant or extreme dirt ; excrement, refuse
- repugnant or extreme dirt
- discarded articles; rubbish; anything regarded as of little value; a lump or chunk
- dirt; filth; anything disgusting or dirty
- being dirty ; speck
- the state of being fithy or sqallid
- garbage ; rubbish or waste material that will be thrown away.
- the quality of being unclean
- filthiness; uncleanliness
(34132:64) souk ( t: Nom;d: commerce et affaires ) : rue aux nombreuses boutiques
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- oriental market-place or permanent market; fancy shop; fancy fair, especially sale of goods for charities
- center for selling and buying goods;mall
- old-fashioned a large shop
- commercial center ; marketplace .

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