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a {article} /eɪ/ (an) SEE: an  ::
AA {prop} (Alcoholics Anonymous)  :: AA {m-p}
Aachen {prop} /ˈɑ.kən/ (city in North Rhine-Westphalia)  :: Aix-la-Chapelle
açai {n} /ˈa.saj/ (South American palms of the genus Euterpe)  :: palmier pinot {m}, pinot {m}, [French Guiana] wasséï {m}
açai {n} (fruit)  :: açaï {m}
Aalenian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Aalenian epoch)  :: aalénien
Aalenian {prop} (subdivision of the Middle Jurassic epoch)  :: Aalénien {m}
Aar {prop} /ɑɹ/ (A river in Switzerland)  :: Aar
Aarau {prop} /ˈaːrau/ (Swiss town)  :: Aarau
aardvark {n} /ˈɑɹdˌvɑɹk/ (mammal)  :: oryctérope {m}
aardwolf {n} /ˈɑɹd.ˌwʊlf/ (the mammal species Proteles cristatus)  :: protèle {m}
Aargau {prop} (canton)  :: Argovie
Aaron {prop} /ˈɛɹ.ən/ (biblical brother of Moses)  :: Aaron
Aaron {prop} (male given name)  :: Aaron
Aaron's rod {n} /ˈæɹ.ənz ɹɑd/ (mullein) SEE: mullein  ::
Aaron's rod {n} (goldenrod) SEE: goldenrod  ::
Aaron's rod {n} (orpine) SEE: orpine  ::
ab {n} /æb/ (abdominal muscle)  :: abdo
abaca {n} /ˌæb.əˈkɑ/ (plant)  :: abaca {m}
abaca {n} (fiber/fibre) SEE: Manila hemp  ::
aback {adv} /əˈbæk/ (backwards)  :: en arrière
aback {n} (abacus) SEE: abacus  ::
abacus {n} /əˈbɑk.əs/ (calculating frame)  :: abaque {m}, boulier {m}, boulier compteur {m}
abacus {n} (uppermost member of the capital of a column)  :: abaque {f}, tailloir {m}
a bad workman always blames his tools {proverb} (not the tools but how they're employed)  :: à méchant ouvrier, point de bon outil
abaft {adv} ((nautical) on the aft side)  :: sur l'arrière, vers l'arrière
abaft {prep} /əˈbɑft/ ((nautical) behind; toward the stern relative to some other object or position; aft of)  :: en arrière de, sur l'arrière de
abaka {n} (fiber/fibre) SEE: Manila hemp  ::
abaka {n} (plant) SEE: abaca  ::
abalone {n} /æb.əˈloʊ.ni/ (edible univalve mollusc)  :: ormeau {m}, haliotide {f}
abandon {v} /əˈbæn.dn̩/ (to give up)  :: abandonner
abandon {v} (to leave behind or desert)  :: abandonner
abandoned {adj} /əˈbæn.dn̩d/ (wicked, self-abandoned, given to sin)  :: dévergondé {m}, dévergondée {f}
abandoned {adj} (no longer maintained, forsaken, deserted)  :: abandonné
abandonment {n} /əˈbæn.dn̩.mn̩t/  :: abandon {m}, désertion
abandonware {n}  :: abandogiciel {m}
abarthrosis {n} /ˌæb.ɑɹˈθɹoʊ.sɪs/ (diarthrosis) SEE: diarthrosis  ::
abase {v} /ə.ˈbeɪs/ (to lower so as to hurt feelings)  :: baisser, abaisser, rabaisser, humilier
abasement {n} /əˈbeɪs.mənt/ (the act of abasing)  :: humiliation {f}
abash {v} /əˈbæʃ/ (to make ashamed, to embarrass)  :: confondre
abashed {adj} /əˈbæʃt/ (embarrassed)  :: confus, décontenancé
abasia {n} /ə.ˈbeɪ.ʒə/ (incapacity to walk)  :: abasie
abatage {n} (abattage) SEE: abattage  ::
abate {v} /əˈbeɪt/ (to bring down or reduce to a lower state)  :: réduire, ralentir
abate {v} (obsolete: to bring entirely down or put an end to)  :: cesser
abate {v}  :: rabattre, dévaloriser
abate {v} (to bring down a person physically or mentally)  :: abattre (physically), humilier, déprimer (mentally)
abate {v} (to decrease or become less in strength)  :: amoindrir, diminuer, descendre
abate {v} (to deduct, to omit)  :: déduire, retrancher
abatement {n} /əˈbeɪt.mənt/ (the act of abating or the state of being abated)  :: réduction {f}
abattoir {n} /ˈæb.əˌtwɑɹ/ (public slaughterhouse)  :: abattoir {m}
Abaza {prop} /əˈbɑ.zə/ (language)  :: abaze {m}
abbacy {n} /ˈæb.ə.si/ (dignity, estate, or jurisdiction of an abbot)  :: abbatiat {m}
Abbas {prop} (A male given name)  :: Abbas
abbatial {adj} /əˈbeɪ.ʃl̩/ (belonging to an abbey)  :: abbatial
abbess {n} /ˈæb.ɪs/ (female superior of a nunnery)  :: abbesse {f}
Abbeville {prop} /ˈæb.iˌvɪl/ (town in Picardy, France)  :: Abbeville
abbey {n} /ˈæb.i/ (monastery headed by an abbot)  :: abbaye {f}
abbey {n} (church of a monastery)  :: abbaye {f}
abbot {n} /ˈæb.ət/ (superior or head of an abbey or monastery)  :: abbé {m}
abbreviate {v} /əˈbri.vi.eɪt/ (to make shorter)  :: abréger
abbreviated {adj} /əˈbri.viˌeɪ.tɪd/ (shortened)  :: abrégé
abbreviation {n} /əˌbri.viˈeɪ.ʃn̩/ (shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase)  :: abréviation {f}
abbreviative {adj} (Tending to abbreviate)  :: abréviatif
ABC {n} (alphabet)  :: alphabet {m}
ABC {n} (rudiments)  :: b.a.-ba {m} invariable
ABC book {n} (primer) SEE: primer  ::
abdicant {n} /ˈæb.dɪ.kn̩t/ (one who abdicates)  :: abdicataire
abdicate {v} /ˈæb.dɪˌkeɪt/ (surrender or relinquish)  :: abdiquer
abdicate {v} (renounce a throne)  :: abdiquer
abdication {n} /ˌæb.dəˈkeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of abdicating; the renunciation of a high office, dignity, or trust, by its holder)  :: abdication {f}
abdomen {n} /ˈæb.də.mən/ (belly)  :: abdomen {m}
abdominal {adj} /æbˈdɑm.ə.nl̩/ (of or pertaining to the abdomen)  :: abdominal
abdominal cavity {n} (hollow portion of the torso, containing abdominal organs)  :: cavité abdominale {f}
abdominal fin {n} /æbˈdɑm.ə.nl̩ fɪn/ (pelvic fin) SEE: pelvic fin  ::
abdominocentesis {n} /æbˌdɑm.ɪ.noʊ.sɜnˈti.səs/ (extraction of peritoneal fluid from the abdomen)  :: abdominocentèse {f}
abdominous {adj} /æbˈdɑm.ə.nəs/ (pot-bellied)  :: ventru {m}
abduct {v} /æbˈdʌkt/ (to take away)  :: enlever, ravir
abduction {n}  :: abduction {f}
abduction {n} /æbˈdʌk.ʃn̩/ (leading away, carrying away)  :: enlèvement {m}
abduction {n} (law: wrongful carrying off of a human being)  :: rapt {m}, enlèvement {m}
abduction {n} (physiology: movement separating limb from axis)  :: abduction {f}
abductor {n} /æbˈdʌk.tɚ/ (kidnapper)  :: abducteur {m}, abducteuse {f}
Abdul {prop} /ɑbˈdʊl/ (male given name)  :: Abdoul
Abdullah {prop} /ˌɑb.dʊlˈɑ/ (Muslim given name)  :: Abdoulla {m}
abearance {n} /əˈbɜɹ.əns/ (behavior) SEE: behavior  ::
Abecedarian {n} /ˌeɪ.biˌsiˈdæɹ.i.ən/ (member of a 16th-century sect)  :: abécédarien, abécédaire
abecedarium {n} /ˌeɪ.biˌsiˈdæɹ.i.əm/ (a book used to teach the alphabet) SEE: primer  ::
abed {adv} /əˈbɛd/ (in bed, or on the bed)  :: au lit
Abel {prop} /ˈeɪ.bəl/ (biblical character)  :: Abel {m}
Abel {prop} (male given name)  :: Abel {m}
Abelam {prop} /əˈbə.ləm/ (Ambulas) SEE: Ambulas  ::
Abelard {prop} /ˈæb.ə.ˌlɑɹd/ (male given name)  :: Abélard
abelian {adj} /əˈbi.li.ən/ (math: of a group)  :: abélien {m}, abélienne {f}, commutatif {m}, commutative {f}
Abelian {n} (member of a sect living like Abel)  :: abélien {m}, abélienne {f}, abélite {m} {f}, abélonien {m}, abélonienne {f}
Abelian algebra {n} (commutative algebra) SEE: commutative algebra  ::
abelian group {n} /əˈbi.li.ən ɡɹup/ (a group in which the group operation is commutative)  :: groupe abélien {m}
abelmosk {n} /ˈeɪ.bəlˌmɑsk/ (evergreen shrub)  :: ambrette {f}
Abelonian {n} (Abelian) SEE: Abelian  ::
Abenaki {adj} (related to the Abenaki people or language)  :: abénaqui, abénaquis {m}
Abenaki {prop} /ˌæbəˈnæ.ki/ (language)  :: abénaqui, abénaquis {m}
Aberdeen {prop} /ˌæb.ɚˈdin/ (city in Scotland)  :: Aberdeen
Aberdeen terrier {n} /ˌæb.ɚˈdin ˈtɛ.ɹi.ɚ/ (breed of dog) SEE: Scottish terrier  ::
aberrance {n} /ˈæ.bɛɹ.n̩s/ (state of being aberrant; a wandering from the right way; deviation from truth, rectitude)  :: aberrance {f}
aberrant {adj}  :: aberrant
aberrant {adj} /əbˈɛɹ.n̩t/ (wandering; straying from the right way)  :: aberrant {m}
aberration {n} /ˌæb.əˈreɪ.ʃn̩/  :: aberration
abessive {n} /æˈbɛ.sɪv/ (the abessive case)  :: abessif
abessive case {n} (case used to express the lack of something)  :: abessif {m}
abet {v} /əˈbɛt/ (to assist or encourage in crime)  :: encourager
abettor {n} /əˈbɛt.ɚ/ (accomplice)  :: complice {m} {f}
abettor {n} (inciter)  :: incitateur {m}, incitatrice {f}
abeyance {n} /əˈbeɪ.ənts/ (expectancy; condition of being undetermined)  :: vacance {f}, vacant
abeyance {n} (heraldry: expectancy of a title)  :: vacance {f}
abeyance {n} (suspension; temporary suppression)  :: [adjective] en suspens, suspension {f}
abhor {v} /æbˈhɔɹ/ (to regard with horror or detestation)  :: avoir horreur de, abhorrer
abhorrence {n} /əbˈhɔɹ.n̩s/ (extreme aversion)  :: aversion {f}, répulsion {f}
abhorrence {n}  :: horreur {m}
abhorrent {adj} /æbˈhɔɹ.ənt/  :: répugnant
abide {v} /əˈbaɪd/ (to dwell)  :: demeurer
abide {v} (to tolerate)  :: tolérer, supporter
abide by {v} (to accept a decision or law and act in accordance with it; to conform to; to acquiesce)  :: se conformer, obéir à, se soumettre
abide by {v} (to remain faithful to something or someone; to stand to; to adhere)  :: tenir sa promesse, rester fidèle à
abiding {adj} /əˈbaɪ.dɪŋ/ (continue)  :: continuel, sempiternel
Abidjan {adj} (Abidjanian) SEE: Abidjanian  ::
Abidjan {prop} /ˌæb.ɪˈdʒɑn/ (the largest city of Côte d'Ivoire)  :: Abidjan
Abidji {prop} (the language)  :: abidji
Abigail {prop} /ˈab.ə.ɡeɪl/ (biblical wife of David)  :: Abigaïl, Abigail, Abigaël, Abigael
Abigail {prop} (female given name)  :: Abigail, Abigaël, Abigaëlle
abigeat {n} (theft of cattle)  :: abigéat {m}
ability {n} (a skill or competence)  :: habileté {f}
ability {n} /əˈbɪl.ə.ti/ (quality or state of being able)  :: capacité {f}, pouvoir {m}
abiogenesis {n} /ˌeɪˌbai.oʊˈdʒɛn.ə.sɪs/ (abiogenesis)  :: abiogenèse {f}
a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush {proverb} (small but certain advantage is preferable)  :: un tiens vaut mieux que deux tu l'auras (a here-you-go is worth more than two you-can-have-it-laters)
a bit {adv} (a little) SEE: a little  ::
a bit much {n} (More than is reasonable)  :: un peu trop
abjad {n} (writing system)  :: abjad {m}
abject {adj} /ˈæb.d͡ʒɛkt/ (Sunk to a low condition; down in spirit or hope)  :: abject {m}, abjecte {f}, méprisable
abject {adj} (Cast down; rejected; low-lying)  :: misérable
abject {n} (A person in the lowest and most despicable condition)  :: misérable, paria
abjectly {adv} /æbˈd͡ʒɛkt.li/ (with great shame, desperately; in an abject fashion)  :: abjectement
abjure {v} /æbˈdʒʊɹ/ (to renounce with solemnity)  :: abjurer
Abkhaz {prop} /ɑbˈkɑz/ (a Northwest Caucasian language spoken in Abkhazia)  :: abkhaze {m}, abkhazien {m}
Abkhazia {prop} /æbˈkeɪ.ʒi.ə/ (territory in the Caucasus, see also: Republic of Abkhazia)  :: Abkhazie {f}
Abkhazian {adj} /æbˈkeɪ.ʒi.ən/ (Of or pertaining to Abkhazia) SEE: Abkhaz  ::
Abkhazian {n} (Abkhaz) SEE: Abkhaz  ::
Abkhazian {prop} (Abkhazian language) SEE: Abkhaz  ::
ablactation {n} /ˌæbˌlækˈteɪ.ʃn̩/ (weaning)  :: sevrage {m}
ablative {adj} /ˈæb.lə.tɪv/ (applied to one of the cases of the noun in other language)  :: ablatif
ablative {n} ((grammar) the ablative case)  :: ablatif {m}
ablative absolute {n} /ˈæb.lə.tɪv æb.soʊˈlut/ (linguistic construction in Latin)  :: ablatif absolu {m}
ablative case {n} (grammar case used to indicate movement away from something, removal, separation, source)  :: ablatif {m}
ablaut {n} /ˈɑbˌlaʊt/ (substitution of one root vowel for another)  :: apophonie {f}
ablaze {adj} /əˈbleɪz/ (on fire)  :: embrasé
ablaze {adv} (on fire)  :: en flammes
able {adj} /ˈeɪ.bl̩/ (healthy) SEE: healthy  ::
able {adj} (legally qualified)  :: habilité
able {adj} (permitted to)  :: capable
able {adj} (skillful)  :: capable, expérimenté
-able {suffix}  :: -able
-able {suffix} /ə.bl̩/ (able to be done)  :: -able, -ible
able {v} (enable) SEE: enable  ::
able {v} (vouch for) SEE: vouch for  ::
ablet {n} (a small fresh-water fish)  :: ablette {f}
ablution {n} /əˈblu.ʃn̩/ (the act of washing or cleansing)  :: ablution {f}
ably {adv} /ˈeɪ.bli/ (with great ability)  :: habilement
abnegation {n} /ˈæb.nɪˈɡɘɪ.ʃn̩/ (denial; renunciation)  :: abnégation {f}
Abner {prop} /ˈæb.nɚ/ (biblical cousin of Saul)  :: Abner
abnormal {adj} /ˈæbˌnɔɹ.ml̩/ (not conforming to rule or system)  :: inhabituel, hors norme, exceptionnel, anormal
abnormal {adj} (of or pertaining to behaviour that deviates from norms)  :: anormal {m}, anormale {f}
abnormality {n} /ˌæbˌnɔɹˈmæl.ət.i/ (state of being abnormal)  :: anomalie {f}, anormalité {f}
abnormally {adv} /æbˈnɔɹ.mə.li/ (In an abnormal manner)  :: anormalement
abnormalness {n} /æbˈnɔɹ.ml̩.nəs/ (abnormality) SEE: abnormality  ::
aboard {adv} /əˈbɔɹd/ (on board)  :: à bord
aboard {prep} (on board of)  :: à bord de
abode {n}  :: demeure
abode {n} /əˈbəʊd/ (slightly dated: residence)  :: domicile
abolish {v} /əˈbɑl.ɪʃ/ (to end a law, system, institution, custom or practice)  :: abolir, supprimer
abolish {v} (to destroy)  :: détruire
abolishment {n} /əˈbal.ɪʃ.mənt/ (The act of abolishing)  :: abolissement {m}, abolition {f}, abrogation {f}
abolition {n} /ˌæb.əˈlɪʃ.n̩/ (act of abolishing)  :: abolition {f}
abolitionism {n} /ˌæb.əˈlɪʃ.əˌnɪz.m̩/ (opinion in favor of the abolition of something)  :: abolitionnisme {m}
abolitionist {n} /ˈæ.bə.lɪʃ.n̩.ɪst/ (person who favors the abolition)  :: abolitionniste {m} {f}
A-bomb {n} (atomic bomb)  :: bombe atomique {f}
abominable {adj} /əˈbɑm.ə.nə.bl̩/ (hateful; detestable; loathsome)  :: abominable
abominable snowman {n} /əˈbɑm.ə.nə.bl̩ ˈsnoʊ.mæn/ (manlike or apelike animal said to exist in the Himalayas)  :: abominable homme des neiges {m}, yéti {m}
abominably {adv} /əˈbɑm.ə.nə.bli/ (in an abominable manner)  :: abominablement
abominate {v} /əˈbɒm.əˌnəɪt/ (to feel disgust towards, to hate in the highest degree)  :: abominer
abomination {n} /əˌbɑm.əˈneɪ.ʃn̩/ (the feeling of extreme disgust)  :: abomination {f}
abonnement {n} /æˈbɔn.mɑ̃/ (season ticket)  :: abonnement {m}
aboriginal {adj} /ˌæb.əˈɹɪd͡ʒ.n̩.l̩/ (original; indigenous)  :: indigène
Aboriginal {adj} /ˌæb.əˈɹɪd͡ʒ.n̩.l̩/ (of or pertaining to aborigines)  :: indigène
Aboriginal {n} (aboriginal) SEE: aboriginal  ::
Aboriginal {n} (original inhabitant of any land)  :: indigène {m} {f}
aborigine {n} /ˌæb.əˈɹɪdʒ.ə.ni/ (aboriginal inhabitant of a country)  :: aborigène {m} {f}
Aborigine {n} /ˌæb.əˈɹɪdʒ.ə.ni/ (an individual aboriginal Australian)  :: Aborigène {m} {f}
abort {n} /əˈbɔɹt/ (miscarriage)  :: fausse couche {f}
abort {n} (product of a miscarriage)  :: avorton {m}
abort {v} (computing: to terminate a process prior to completion)  :: interrompre, abandonner, échouer, s'arrêter
abort {v} (to cause a premature termination)  :: avorter, interrompre, abandonner
abort {v} (to miscarry)  :: faire une fausse couche
aborted {adj}  :: avorté
abortifacient {adj} /əˌbɔɹ.təˈfeɪ.ʃn̩t/ (producing miscarriage)  :: abortif
abortifacient {n} (agent that causes premature delivery)  :: abortif {m}, remède abortif {m}
abortion {n} (act of inducing abortion)  :: avortement {m}, interruption volontaire de grossesse {f}, IVG {f}
abortion {n} /əˈbɔɹ.ʃn̩/ (miscarriage)  :: fausse couche {f}
abortion {n} (fruit/produce that doesn't come to maturity)  :: avorton {m}
abortion {n} (induced abortion)  :: avortement {m}
abortionist {n} /əˈbɔɹ.ʃə.nɪst/ (one who performs an illegal (backstreet) abortion)  :: faiseur d'anges {m}, faiseuse d'anges {f}
abortionist {n} (one who performs a legal abortion)  :: médecin avorteur {m}, avorteur {m}, avorteuse {f}
abortive {n} /əˈbɔɹ.tɪv/  :: abortif
abound {v} /əˈbaʊnd/ (to be plentiful)  :: foisonner
abound {v} (to be copiously supplied)  :: abonder
abound with {v} (abound) SEE: abound  ::
about {adv} (nearly, approximately)  :: environ
about {prep} (concerned with, engaged in)  :: au sujet (de), à propos (de)
about {prep} (concerning)  :: de, sur
about {prep} /əˈbaʊt/ (on every side of)  :: autour de
about {prep} (in the immediate neighborhood of)  :: aux environs de
about {prep} (near, approximately, regarding time, size or quantity)  :: proche de, environ, vers
about {prep} (on the point or verge of)  :: sur le point
about {prep} (over or upon different parts of)  :: au-dessus de, par-dessus
about-face {n} /əˈbaʊtˌfeɪs/ (military: abrupt turn to face the opposite direction)  :: [literal] demi-tour {m}; [figurative] volte-face {f}, revirement {m}
about-face {v} (to change opinion or attitude)  :: faire volte-face
about-face {v} (to turn 180 degrees)  :: faire demi-tour,
about time {adv} (far past the desired time)  :: il était temps, pas trop tôt
about to {phrase} (indicating imminence)  :: sur le point de, aller [auxiliary verb ‘to be about to’]
above {adv} (in a higher place)  :: au-dessus
above {adv}  :: pair
above {prep} /əˈbʌv/ (in or to a higher place)  :: au-dessus de
above {prep} (more)  :: plus de
above all {adv} (of prime importance)  :: surtout
above ground {adj} (aboveground) SEE: aboveground  ::
above measure {prep} (beyond measure) SEE: beyond measure  ::
above-mentioned {adj} /əˌbʌvˈmɛn.t͡ʃn̩.əd/ (mentioned or named before; aforesaid)  :: susmentionné, précité {m}, susdit {m}
above-named {adj} /əˈbʌvˌneɪm.əd/ (mentioned or named before) SEE: above-mentioned  ::
abovesaid {adj} (mentioned before)  :: susmentionné, susdit, susnommé
above the law {prep} (idiomatic)  :: au dessus des lois
above water {prep} (out of difficulty)  :: à flot
abracadabra {interj} /ˌæ.bɹə.kəˈdæ.bɹə/ (used to indicate that a magic trick or other illusion has been performed)  :: abracadabra
abrade {v} /əˈbɹeɪd/ ((transitive) to rub or wear off; to waste or wear away by friction)  :: abraser
Abraham {prop} /ˈeɪ.bɹəˌhæm/ (prophet in the Old Testament)  :: Abraham
Abraham {prop} (male given name)  :: Abraham
Abraham {prop} (surname)  :: Abraham
Abrahamic {adj} /eɪ.bɹəˈhæm.ɪk/ (pertaining to Abraham)  :: abrahamique
Abrahamic {adj} (pertaining to Abrahamic religions)  :: abrahamique
Abrahamitic {adj} (Abrahamic) SEE: Abrahamic  ::
abrasion {n} /əˈbɹeɪ.ʒn̩/ (act of abrading)  :: abrasion {f}
abrasion {n} (geology: effect of mechanical erosion of rock)  :: abrasion {f}
abrasion {n} (medicine: superficial wound)  :: abrasion {f}
abrasive {adj} /əˈbɹeɪ.sɪv/ (producing abrasion; rough)  :: abrasif
abreact {v} /ˌæb.ɹiˈækt/ (eliminate previously repressed emotions)  :: abréagir
abreast {adv} /əˈbɹɛst/ (informed)  :: au courant
abreast {adv} (side by side)  :: côte à côte
abridge {v} /əˈbrɪd͡ʒ/ (to make shorter)  :: abréger
abridge {v} (to shorten or contract by using fewer words)  :: abréger
abridged {adj} (cut or shortened, especially of a literary work)  :: abrégée
abridgment {n} /əˈbɹɪd͡ʒ.mn̩t/  :: raccourcissement
abroad {adv}  :: à l'étranger
abroad {adv} /əˈbɹɔd/ (in foreign countries)  :: à l'étranger
abroad {n} (countries or lands abroad)  :: l'étranger {m}
abrupt {adj} (curt in manner)  :: brusque
abrupt {adj} /əˈbɹʌpt/ (extremely steep)  :: abrupt
abrupt {adj} (without notice)  :: brusque, precipité
abruptly {adv} /əˈbɹʌp.li/ (in an abrupt manner)  :: abruptement, tout d'un coup
abruptly {adv} (precipitously)  :: précipitamment
Abruzzo {prop} (region of central Italy)  :: Abruzzes {f-p}
ABS {initialism} (anti-lock braking system)  :: ABS
Absalom {prop} /ˈæb.sə.ləm/ (Biblical character)  :: Absalom, Absalon
abscess {n} /ˈæbˌsɛs/ (cavity filled with pus)  :: abcès {m}
abscess {v} (to form an abscess)  :: abcéder
abscissa {n} /æbˈsɪs.ə/ (first of two coordinates)  :: abscisse {f}
abseil {v} /ˈɑpˌzaɪl/ (to descend a vertical drop using a rope)  :: descendre en rappel
absence {n} /ˈæb.sn̩s/ (state of being away)  :: absence {f}
absence {n} (inattention to things present)  :: absence {f}
absence {n} (lack; deficiency; nonexistence)  :: absence {f}
absent {adj} /ˈæb.sn̩t/ (being away from a place)  :: absent
absent {adj} (inattentive)  :: absent
absent {adj} (not existing)  :: absent
absent {v} /æbˈsɛnt/  :: s'absenter
absentee {n} /ˌæb.sn̩ˈti/ (A person who is absent)  :: absent {m}
absent-minded {adj} /ˌæb.sn̩tˈmaɪn.dɪd/ (absent in mind)  :: distrait
absent-mindedly {adv} /ˌæb.sn̩tˈmaɪn.dɪd.li/ (preoccupiedly)  :: distraitement
absinthe {n} /ˈæb.sɪnθ/ (liquor)  :: absinthe {m}
absolute {adj}  :: absolu
absolute {adj} /ˌæb.səˈlut/ (loosed from any conditions or limitations)  :: absolu
absolute {adj} (capable of being thought or conceived by itself alone)  :: absolu
absolute {adj} (complete in itself, fixed)  :: absolu
absolute {adj} (loosed from any other being or comparison)  :: absolu
absolute {adj} (viewed apart from modifying influences or without comparison with other objects)  :: absolu
absolute {n}  :: absolu {m}
absolutely {adv} /ˌæb.səˈlut.li/ (in an absolute manner)  :: absolument
absolutely {interj} (yes; certainly)  :: absolument, [Quebec, informal] mets-en
absolute magnitude {n} /ˈmæɡ.nɪ.tjud/ (intrinsic luminosity of a celestial body)  :: magnitude absolue {f}
absolute majority {n} /ˈæb.səˌlut məˈd͡ʒɑɹ.ɪ.ti/ (A number of votes totalling over 50 per cent)  :: majorité absolue {f}
absolute monarchy {n} (rule)  :: monarchie absolue {f}
absolute pitch {n} /ˈæb.səˌlut pɪt͡ʃ/ (ability to identify and reproduce a tone) SEE: perfect pitch  ::
absolute superlative {n} (absolute superlative)  :: superlatif absolu {m}
absolute value {n} /ˈæb.səˌlut ˈvæl.ju/ (numerical value of a real number)  :: valeur absolue {f}
absolute zero {n} /ˈæb.səˌlut ˈzi.ɹoʊ/ (coldest possible temperature)  :: zéro absolu {m}
absolutism {n} /ˈæb.səˌluˌtɪz.m̩/ (political science: absolute or arbritary government; despotism)  :: absolutisme
absolutive case {n} (case used to indicate the patient or experiencer of a verb’s action)  :: absolutif {m}
absolve {v} /æbˈzɑlv/ (to set free)  :: absoudre
absolve {v} (theology: to pronounce free or give absolution from sin)  :: absoudre
absolve {v} (to pronounce free or give absolution)  :: absoudre
absorb {v} /æbˈsɔrb/ (to include so that it no longer has separate existence)  :: absorber
absorb {v} (to learn)  :: absorber
absorb {v} (to occupy fully)  :: absorber
absorb {v} (to suck up or drink in)  :: absorber, éponger
absorbed {adj} /æbˈsɔɹbd/ (fully occupied with one's thoughts; engrossed)  :: absorbé, captivé
absorbency {n} /æb.sɔɹ.bn̩.si/ (absorbency)  :: absorbance {f}
absorbent {adj} /æbˈsɔr.bn̩t/ (absorbing)  :: absorbant
absorbent {n}  :: absorbant {m}
absorber {n} /əbˈsɔɹ.bɚ/ (one who, or that which, absorbs)  :: absorbant {m}
absorption {n} (act or process of being absorbed and made to disappear)  :: absorption {f}
absorption {n} /æbˈsɔɹp.ʃn̩/ (act or process of absorbing or sucking in anything)  :: absorption {f}
absorption {n} (chemistry, physics: imbibing or reception by molecular or chemical action)  :: absorption {f}
absorption {n} (physiology: process by which the materials of growth and nutrition are absorbed)  :: absorption {f}
absorptiveness {n} (absorptivity) SEE: absorptivity  ::
abstain {v} /əbˈsteɪn/ (refrain from)  :: s'abstenir
abstain {v} (refrain from voting)  :: s'abstenir
abstention {n} /æbˈstɛn.ʃn̩/ (the act of abstaining)  :: abstention {f}
abstergent {n} /æbˈstɝ.d͡ʒn̩t/ (a substance used in cleansing)  :: abstersif
abstinence {n} /ˈæb.stə.nn̩s/ (the act or practice of abstaining)  :: abstinence {f}
abstinence {n} (specifically, abstinence from alcohol)  :: abstinence {f}
abstinence {n} (specifically, abstinence from sexual intercourse)  :: abstinence {f}, abstinence sexuelle {f}
abstinence {n} (the practice of self-denial)  :: abstinence {f}
abstract {adj} /æbˈstrækt/ (separate)  :: abstrait
abstract {adj} (difficult to understand)  :: abstrait
abstract {n} /ˈæbˌstrækt/ (an abrigement or summary)  :: résumé {m}
abstract {v} /ˈæb.strækt/ (to separate; to disengage)  :: abstraire
abstract {v} (to abridge, epitomize, or summarize)  :: abstraire
abstract algebra {n} /ˈæbˌstrækt ˈæl.d͡ʒɪ.bɹə/ (math)  :: algèbre abstraite {f}
abstraction {n} /æbˈstɹæk.ʃn̩/ (act of abstracting)  :: abstraction {f}
abstractionism {n} /æbˈstɹæk.ʃn̩ˌɪz.m̩/ (abstract art)  :: abstractionnisme
abstractionist {adj} /æbˈstɹæk.ʃən.əst/ (Related to abstract art)  :: abstractionniste {m} {f}
abstractionist {n} (an idealist)  :: idéaliste {m} {f}
abstractionist {n} (someone who paints or creates abstract art)  :: abstractionniste {m} {f}
abstractionistic {adj} (abstractionist) SEE: abstractionist  ::
abstract noun {n} /ˈæbˌstrækt naʊn/ (a noun that denotes an abstract concept)  :: nom abstrait {m}
abstruse {adj} /æbˈstrus/ (difficult to comprehend)  :: abstrus
abstruseness {n} /æbˈstrus.nəs/ (the property of being abstruse)  :: dur de comprenure
absurd {adj} /æbˈsɝd/ (contrary to reason or propriety)  :: absurde
absurdism {n} /æbˈsɝdˌɪz.m̩/ (absurdity) SEE: absurdity  ::
Abu Dhabi {prop} /ˈɑ.bu ˈdɑ.bi/ (capital of UAE)  :: Abou Dabi {m}
abulia {n} /əˈb(j)u.li.ə/ (absence of will-power or decisiveness)  :: aboulie {f}
Abuna {prop} /əˈbu.nə/ (abuna) SEE: abuna  ::
abundance {n} /əˈbʌn.dn̩s/ (ample sufficiency)  :: abondance {f}
abundant {adj} /əˈbʌn.dn̩t/ (fully sufficient; plentiful)  :: abondant
abundantly {adv} /əˈbʌn.dn̩t.li/ (in an abundant manner)  :: abondamment
abundant number {n} /əˈbʌn.dn̩t ˈnʌm.bɚ/ (abundant number)  :: nombre abondant {m}
abuse {n} (catachresis) SEE: catachresis  ::
abuse {n} (delusion) SEE: delusion  ::
abuse {n} /əˈbjus/ (corrupt practice)  :: abus {m}
abuse {n} (improper usage)  :: abus {m}
abuse {n} (physical maltreatment)  :: abus {m}
abuse {n} (sexual violation or assault)  :: viol {m}
abuse {v} /əˈbjuz/ (to use improperly)  :: abuser
abuse {v} (to adulterate) SEE: adulterate  ::
abuse {v} (to hurt)  :: abuser
abuse {v} (to rape)  :: abuser
abusio {n} (catachresis) SEE: catachresis  ::
abut {v} /əˈbʌt/ (to border on)  :: aboutir, abouter
abutment {n} /əˈbʌt.mn̩t/ (state of abutting)  :: butée
abut on {v} (to border on)  :: s'avoisiner, être adossé, être contigu
abysm {n} /əˈbɪz.m̩/ (abyss) SEE: abyss  ::
abysmal {adj} /əˈbɪz.ml̩/ (pertaining to, or resembling an abyss; bottomless; unending; profound)  :: abyssal {m}
abysmal {adj} (extremely bad)  :: épouvantable {m} {f}, terrible {m} {f}, exécrable {m} {f}
abyss {n} /əˈbɪs/ (bottomless or unfathomed depth)  :: précipice {m}, abysse {m}, abîme {m}, gouffre {m}
Abyssinia {prop} /ˌæb.ɪˈsɪn.i.ə/ (historical name of Ethiopia)  :: Abyssinie {f}
acacia {n} /əˈkeɪ.ʃə/ (shrub or tree)  :: acacia {m}
academic {adj}  :: académique {m} {f}, scolaire {m} {f}
academic {adj} /ˌæk.əˈdɛm.ɪk/ (belonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning)  :: académique
academic {n}  :: universitaire {m}
academician {n} /ˌæ.kə.dəˈmɪ.ʃn̩/ (member of an academy)  :: académicien {m}
academicism {n} /ˌæk.əˈdɛm.əˌsɪz.m̩/ (A tenet of the Academic philosophy.)  :: académisme {m}
academicism {n} (A mannerism or mode peculiar to an academy.)  :: académisme {m}
academicism {n} (art: traditional or orthodox formalism.)  :: académisme {m}
academic year {n} /ˌæk.əˈdɛm.ɪk jɪɹ/ (time period)  :: année académique {f}
academy {n} (college or university)  :: académie {f}
academy {n} /əˈkæd.ə.mi/ (learned society)  :: académie {f}
academy {n} (specialized school)  :: académie {f}
Academy of Sciences {n} (national academy) SEE: national academy  ::
Acadian {adj} /əˈkeɪ.di.n̩/ (Of or pertaining to Acadia)  :: acadien
Acadian {adj} (Of or pertaining to the Acadian epoch)  :: acadien
Acadian {prop} (Acadian epoch)  :: Acadien {m}
Acadian {prop} (Acadian French)  :: Acadien {m}
Acadian {prop} (Of or pertaining to Acadia)  :: Acadien {m}, Acadienne {f}
acajou {n} /ˈæ.kəˌʒu/ (cashew tree) SEE: cashew  ::
acajou {n} (cashew nut) SEE: cashew nut  ::
acajou {n} (wood from trees of Meliaceae family) SEE: mahogany  ::
acanthocyte {n} /\əˈkæn.θoʊˌsaɪt/ (spiny cell)  :: acanthocyte
a cappella {adv} /ˌɑ kə.ˈpɛl.ə/ (performed by a choir with no instrumental accompaniment)  :: a cappella
Acarnanian {n} /ɔkɔɹneɪniːən/ (inhabiting or originating from Acarnania)  :: Acarnanien {m}, Acarnanienne {f}
acarophobia {n}  :: acarophobie {f}
acataphasia {n} (language trouble)  :: acataphasie {f}
a cat may look at a king {proverb} (A purported inferior has certain abilities, even in the presence of a purported superior.)  :: un chien regarde bien un évêque
Accadian {adj} /əˈkeɪdiən/ (pertaining to a race supposed to have lived in Babylonia before the Assyrian conquest)  :: akkadien
Accadian {n} (A person from Accad)  :: Akkadien {m}, Akkadienne {f}
accedie {n} (acedia) SEE: acedia  ::
accelerate {v} /ək.ˈsɛl.ə.ˌreɪt/ (to cause to move faster)  :: accélérer
accelerate {v} (to become faster)  :: accélérer
accelerate {v} (to hasten)  :: accélérer
accelerate {v} (to quicken natural or ordinary progression or process)  :: accélérer
acceleration {n} (amount)  :: accélération {f}
acceleration {n} /ək.ˌsɛl.ə.ˈɹeɪ.ʃən/ (act or state)  :: accélération {f}
acceleration {n} ((physics))  :: accélération {f}
accelerator {n} (accelerator pedal)  :: accélérateur {m}
accelerator {n} (a device for causing acceleration)  :: accélérateur {m}
accelerator {n} /æk.ˈsɛl.ə.ˌɹeɪ.tɚ/ (one who, or that which, accelerates)  :: accélérateur {m}
accelerometer {n} /æk.ˌsɛl.ə.ˈrɑm.ə.tɚ/ (instrument for measuring acceleration)  :: accéléromètre
accent {n} /ˈæk.sɛnt/ (stronger articulation)  :: accent {m}
accent {n} (distinctive pronunciation associated with a region, social group, etc.)  :: accent {m}
accent {n} (music: expressive emphasis of a passage)  :: accent {m}
accent {n} (music: recurring stress on a tone)  :: accent {m}
accent {n} (music: rhythmical accent)  :: accent {m}
accent {n} (music: special emphasis on a tone)  :: accent {m}
accent {n} (orthography: mark to indicate accent)  :: accent {m}
accent {n} (prosody: stress on syllables of a verse)  :: accent {m}
accent {n} (utterance) SEE: utterance  ::
accent {v} /ækˈsɛnt/ (to express the accent of)  :: accentuer
accent {v} (to emphasize)  :: accentuer
accent {v} (to mark with written accents)  :: accentuer
accentless {adj} /æk.ˈsɛnt.ləs/ (unaccented) SEE: unaccented  ::
accentor {n} /ək.ˈsɛn.tɚ/ (bird of the Prunella genus)  :: accenteur {m}
accentuate {v} /əkˈsen.tʃu.eɪt/ (to bring out distinctly)  :: accentuer
accentuate {v} (to mark with a written accent)  :: accentuer
accentuation {n} /ˌæk.ˌsɛn.tʃə.ˈweɪ.ʃən/ (act of accentuating)  :: accentuation {f}
accept {v} /əkˈsɛpt/ (to receive with consent)  :: accepter
accept {v} (to agree to)  :: accepter (de)
accept {v} (to agree to pay)  :: accepter de payer
accept {v} (to endure patiently)  :: prendre sur soi, endurer patiemment
accept {v} (to receive officially)  :: accueillir
acceptability {n} /ˌæk.ˌsɛp.tə.ˈbɪl.ət.i/ (acceptableness)  :: acceptabilité {f}
acceptable {adj} /æk.ˈsɛp.tə.bəl/ (capable, worthy or sure of being accepted)  :: acceptable
acceptance {n} ((commerce) An assent and engagement by the person on whom a bill of exchange is drawn)  :: acceptation {f}
acceptance {n} /ək.ˈsɛp.təns/ (receiving of something offered)  :: acceptation {f}
acceptancy {n} (acceptance) SEE: acceptance  ::
acceptor {n} /æk.ˈsɛp.tɚ/ (one who accepts)  :: accepteur {m}
access {n} (act of approaching or entering)  :: approche {f} (act of approaching), entrée {f} (act of entering)
access {n} /ˈæk.sɛs/ (way or means of approaching)  :: accès {m}
access {n} (computing: process of locating data in memory)  :: accès {m}
access {n} (onset, attack or fit of disease)  :: accès {m}
access {n} (outburst of an emotion)  :: accès {m}
access {v} (computing: to have access to (data))  :: accéder, avoir accès
access {v} (to gain or obtain access to)  :: accéder, avoir accès
access code {n} (alphanumeric sequence)  :: code d’accès {m}
accessibility {n} /æk.ˌsɛs.ə.ˈbɪl.ət.i/ (the quality of being accessible, or of admitting approach)  :: accessibilité {f}
accessible {adj} /ək.ˈsɛs.ə.bəl/ (easy of access or approach)  :: accessible
accessible {adj} (obtainable)  :: accessible
accessible {adj} (of a person, approachable)  :: accessible
accession {n} /æk.ˈsɛ.ʃən/ (a coming to)  :: accession {f}
accessory {adj} /əˈsɛs(ə)ɹi/ (having a supplementary function)  :: accessoire
accessory {n} (clothing accessory)  :: accessoire {m}
accessory {n} (that which belongs to something else deemed the principal, attachment)  :: accessoire {m}
accessory {n} (unessential part in a work of art)  :: accessoire {m}
accident {n} /ˈæk.sə.dənt/ (unexpected event with negative consequences)  :: accident {m}
accident {n} (transport: unintended event that causes damage)  :: accident {m}
accidental {adj} /ˌæk.sə.ˈdɛn.təl/ (happening by chance)  :: accidentel
accidentally {adv} /ˌæksəˈdɛnt(ə)li/ (unexpectedly, unintentionally)  :: accidentellement
accident and emergency {n} (department of a hospital that deals with injuries and emergencies)  :: urgences {f-p}
accidently {adv} (unexpectedly, unintentionally) SEE: accidentally  ::
accismus {n} /ækˈsɪzməs/ (Feigning disinterest in something while actually desiring it.)  :: accisme {m}
acclaim {v} /ə.ˈkleɪm/ (to shout)  :: crier d'enthousiasme
acclaim {v} (to applaud)  :: acclamer, applaudir
acclaim {v} (to declare by acclamations)  :: déclamer
acclaim {v} (to shout applause)  :: acclamer
acclamation {n} /æk.lə.ˈmeɪ.ʃən/ (applause)  :: acclamation
acclimate {v} /ˈæk.lɪ.meɪt/ ((transitive, mainly US) to habituate to a climate not native; to acclimatize)  :: acclimater
acclimation {n} /æk.lə.ˈmeɪ.ʃən/ (acclimatization) SEE: acclimatization  ::
acclimatization {n} /ə.ˌklaɪ.mə.tə.ˈzeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of acclimatizing)  :: acclimatation {f}
acclimatize {v} /ɘ.ˈklaɪ.mə.ˌtaɪz/ (to get used to a new climate)  :: acclimater
acclimatize {v} (to make used to a new climate)  :: acclimater
accoil {v} (nautical sense) SEE: coil  ::
accommodate {v} /əˈkɑməˌdeɪt/  :: accommoder
accommodation {n} (adjustment of the eye)  :: accommodation
accommodation {n} /ə.ˌkɑm.ə.ˈdeɪ.ʃən/ (lodging)  :: hébergement
accommodation {n} (state of being fitted and adapted)  :: accommodation
accompaniment {n}  :: accompagnement
accompaniment {n} /ə.ˈkʌm.pə.ni.mənt/ (music: that which gives support or adds to the background)  :: accompagnement {m}
accompaniment {n} (that which accompanies)  :: accompagnement {m}
accompany {v} /ə.ˈkʌm.pə.ni/ (to perform an accompanying part or parts in a composition)  :: accompagner
accompany {v} (to attend as a companion)  :: accompagner
accomplice {n} (an associate in the commission of a crime)  :: complice {m} {f}
accomplice {n} /ə.ˈkɒm.plɪs/ (a cooperator)  :: complice {m} {f}
accomplish {v} /ə.ˈkɒm.plɪʃ/  :: accomplir
accomplished {adj} /ə.ˈkɑm.plɪʃt/ (completed)  :: accompli
accomplishment {n} /ə.ˈkɒm.plɪʃ.mənt/ (the act of accomplishing)  :: accomplissement {m}
accomplishment {n} (that which completes)  :: accomplissement {m}
accord {n} /ə.ˈkɔɹd/ (agreement or concurrence of opinion)  :: entente {f}
accord {v} (transitive: to grant)  :: accorder
accordance {n} /ə.ˈkɔɹd.əns/ (agreement; harmony; conformity)  :: accordance {f}
accordingly {adv} /ə.ˈkɔɹ.dɪŋ.li/ (agreeably; correspondingly; suitably; in a manner conformable)  :: en conséquence
accordingly {adv}  :: en conséquence
according to {prep} (based on statement)  :: selon, d'après
according to {prep} (in proportion)  :: selon
accordion {n} /ə.ˈkɔɹ.di.ən/ (A small, portable, keyed wind instrument)  :: accordéon {m}
accordionist {n} /ə.ˈkɔɹd.i.ə.nəst/ (player of the accordion)  :: accordéoniste {m} {f}
accordion player {n} (accordion player) SEE: accordionist  ::
accost {v} /ə.ˈkɔst/  :: aborder
accoucheur {n} /ˌæ.ˌku.ˈʃɚ/ (man who assists women in childbirth)  :: sage-femme homme {m}, accoucheur {m}
accoucheuse {n} (woman who assists women in childbirth)  :: accoucheuse {f}, sage-femme {f}
account {n} (an authorization to use a service)  :: compte {m}
account {n} (a statement of facts or occurrences)  :: rapport
account {n} /ə.ˈkaʊnt/ (a registry of pecuniary transactions)  :: compte {m}
account {v} (account for) SEE: account for  ::
account {v} (credit (to)) SEE: credit  ::
accountability {n} /ə.ˌkaʊn.tə.ˈbɪl.ət.i/ (state of being accountable)  :: engagement responsable {m}, responsabilité {f}
accountability {n}  :: responsabilité {f}
accountable {adj} (Capable of being accounted for; explicable)  :: expliquable {m} {f}
accountable {adj} /ə.ˈkaʊn.tə.bəl/ (Having accountability)  :: responsable {m} {f}
accountable {adj} (Liable to be called on to render an account)  :: responsable {m} {f}
accountancy {n} /ə.ˈkaʊnt.ən.si/ (the profession of accounting)  :: comptabilité {f}
accountant {n}  :: comptable
accountant {n} /ə.ˈkaʊn.tənt/ (a reckoner, or someone who maintains financial matters for a person(s))  :: comptable {m} {f}
accountant {n} (one whose profession includes organizing, maintaining and auditing the records of another)  :: expert-comptable {m}, comptable {m}
account book {n} (a book in which accounts are kept)  :: livre de comptes {m}
accounting {n} /ə.ˈkaʊn.tɪŋ/ (development and maintenance of system for recording and analyzing financial transactions)  :: comptabilité {f}
accounts payable {n} (money that is owed by a party, and is counted by that party as a debit)  :: dette fournisseur {f}
accounts receivable {n} (total monetary amount)  :: créance client {f}
account statement {n} (bank statement) SEE: bank statement  ::
accouplement {n} /əˈkʌpəlmənt/  :: accouplement
accourage {v} /əˈkɜɹɪd͡ʒ/ (encourage) SEE: encourage  ::
accouter {v} /əˈku tɚ/  :: accoutrer
accoutre {v} /əˈkuːtə/ (to equip, to attire, to array)  :: accoutrer
accoutrement {n} (trappings)  :: accoutrement {m}
Accra {prop} /ə.ˈkɹɑ/ (capital of Ghana)  :: Accra
accredit {v} /ə.ˈkrɛd.ɪt/ (To put or bring into credit; to invest with credit or authority; to sanction)  :: accréditer
accredit {v} (To send with letters credential, as an ambassador, envoy, or diplomatic agent; to authorize, as a messenger or delegate.)  :: accréditer
accreditation {n} /əˌkɹɛɾ.ɨˈteɪ.ʃən]/ (giving of credentials)  :: accréditation
accretion {n} /ə.ˈkɹi.ʃən/ (act of increasing by natural growth)  :: accrétion {f}
accretion disk {n} (structure formed by matter falling into a gravitational source)  :: disque d'accrétion {m}
accrue {v} /əˈkɹuː/ (increase)  :: accroître
accubation {n} /ˌɑ.kju.ˈbeɪ.ʃən/  :: accubation
acculture {v} /əˈkʌl.tʃəɹ/ (familiarize oneself with a new culture)  :: acculturer
accumulate {v} /ə.ˈkjum.jə.ˌleɪt/ (to pile up)  :: accumuler
accumulate {v} (to grow in number)  :: accumuler
accumulator {n} /ə.ˈkjum.jə.ˌleɪ.tɚ/ (one who or that which accumulates)  :: accumulateur {m}
accuracy {n} /ˈæk.jɚ.ə.si/ (state of being accurate)  :: exactitude, précision
accurate {adj} /ˈæk.jɚ.ɪt/ (exact or careful conformity to truth)  :: précis, exact
accurately {adv} /ˈæk.jə.ɹɪt.li/ (exactly, precisely)  :: précisément
accursed {adj} (archaic, theology: cursed)  :: maudit
accursed {adj} /ə.ˈkɝst/ (hateful)  :: [also as attributes] fichu, satanée, détestable
accusant {n} /əˈkjuːzənt/ (accuser)  :: accusateur {m}, plaignant
accusation {n} /ˌæk.jʊ.ˈzeɪ.ʃən/ (act of accusing or charging with a crime)  :: accusation {f}
accusation {n} (declaration of fault or blame against another)  :: accusation {f}
accusation {n} (that of which one is accused)  :: accusation {f}
accusative {adj}  :: accusatif
accusative {adj} /ə.ˈkju.zə.tɪv/ (related to accusative case)  :: accusatif
accusative {n} (accusative case)  :: accusatif {m}
accusative case {n} (case used to mark the immediate object) SEE: accusative  ::
accusatory {adj} /ə.ˈkju.zə.ˌtɔɹ.i/ (pertaining to, or containing, an accusation)  :: accusateur {m}, accusateuse {f}
accuse {v} /ə.ˈkjuz/ (attribute blame to someone)  :: accuser
accused {n} /ə.ˈkjuzd/ (defendant)  :: accusé
accuser {n} /əˑˈkju.zɚ/ (one who accuses)  :: accusateur {m}, accusatrice {f}
accustom {v} (cohabit) SEE: cohabit  ::
accustom {v} /ə.ˈkəs.təm/ (to make familiar by use)  :: accoutumer
accustomed {adj} /ə.ˈkəs.təm.əd/ (familiar)  :: accoutumé
AC/DC {adj} (bisexual)  :: à voile et à vapeur (on windsail and on steam power)
ace {n} (card with a single spot)  :: as {m}
ace {n} (die face with a single spot)  :: as {m}
ace {n} /eɪs/ (single point or spot on a card or die)  :: as {m}
ace {n} (excellent military aircraft pilot)  :: as {m}
ace {n} (expert)  :: as {m}
ace {n} (golf: hole in one) SEE: hole in one  ::
ace {n} (tennis: point scored without the opponent hitting the ball)  :: ace {m}
ace {n} (very small quantity or degree)  :: iota {m}, chouïa {m}
acedia {n} (boredom) SEE: boredom  ::
acedia {n} /əˈsiːdɪə/ (sloth)  :: acédie {f}
Aceh {prop} (language) SEE: Acehnese  ::
ace in the hole {n} (unrevealed advantage)  :: joker, as dans la manche, atout dans la manche
ace of aces {n} (ace with the greatest number of kills)  :: as des as
ace of clubs {n} (playing card)  :: as de trèfle
ace of diamonds {n} (playing card)  :: as de carreau {m}
ace of hearts {n} (playing card)  :: as de cœur {m}
ace of spades {n} /eɪs.əv.speɪdz/ (the playing card belonging to the spades suit and featuring one pip)  :: as de pique {m}
acephalous {adj} /əˈsɛfələs/ (headless) SEE: headless  ::
acephalous {adj} (without a leader or chief) SEE: leaderless  ::
acerb {adj} (bitter to the taste)  :: acerbe
acerbity {n}  :: amertume {f}
acerbity {n} /əˈsɝbɪdi/ (sourness)  :: acerbité {f}
acerbity {n} (harshness)  :: acerbité {f}
acerola {n} (fruit)  :: acérola {m}
acescence {n} /əˈsɛsəns/ (the quality of being acescent; the process of acetous fermentation)  :: acescence
acescent {adj} (turning sour)  :: acescent
acescent {n} (a substance liable to become sour)  :: acescent
acetabulum {n} /ˌæs.ɪˈtæb.jə.ləm/  :: [2a] acétabule {f}
acetal {n} /ˈæsɪˌtæl/ (any diether of a geminal diol)  :: acétal {m}
acetaldehyde {n} /ˌæs.ɪˈtæl.dəˌhaɪd/ (the organic compound CH3CHO)  :: acétaldéhyde {m}, éthanal {m}
acetamide {n} (amide of acetic acid)  :: acétamide {m}
acetaminophen {n} /əˌsitəˈmɪn oʊ fɪn/ (white crystalline compound used in medicine as an anodyne to relieve pain and reduce fever)  :: paracétamol
acetate {n} (salt or ester of acetic acid)  :: acétate
acetic acid {n} (clear colourless organic acid, CH3COOH)  :: acide acétique {m}
acetimeter {n} (an instrument)  :: acétimètre {m}
acetoacetic acid {n} (organic compound)  :: acide acétylacétique {m}
acetometer {n} (variant of Acetimeter)  :: acétomètre {m}
acetone {n} /ˈæsətoʊn/ (the organic compound (CH3)2CO)  :: acétone {f}
acetyl {n} (univalent radical)  :: acétyl {m}
acetyl chloride {n} (acyl chloride of acetic acid)  :: chlorure d'éthanoyle
acetylcholine {n} (the neurotransmitter compound)  :: acétylcholine {f}
acetylene {n} /ə ˈsɛt əl ˌin/ (acetylene)  :: acétylène
acetylsalicylic acid {n} (acetate ester of salicylic acid; aspirin)  :: acide acétylsalicylique {m}
acetyltransferase {n} (transacetylase) SEE: transacetylase  ::
ace up one's sleeve {n} (a surprise advantage of which others are not aware)  :: atout dans la manche {m}
Achaea {prop} (a region in the northern head of the Peloponnese)  :: Achaïe {f}, Achaïe
ache {n} (dull pain)  :: douleur {f}
ache {v} /eɪk/ (be in pain)  :: faire mal, avoir mal
achene {n} /əˈkiːn/ (small dry fruit)  :: akène {m}
Acheron {prop} /ˈækərɔn/ (a river)  :: Achéron {m}
achievable {adj} /əˈtʃivəbəl/ (capable of being achieved)  :: réussissable {m} {f}
achieve {v} /əˈtʃiːv/ (to carry out successfully; to accomplish)  :: accomplir, réaliser
achievement {n} (a reward in video games)  :: succès {m}
achievement {n} /əˈtʃiːvmənt/ (act of achieving or performing)  :: réalisation {f}, accomplissement {m}
achievement {n} (great or heroic deed)  :: haut fait {m}
Achilles {prop} /əˈkɪliːz/ (Greek mythical hero)  :: Achille {m}
Achilles heel {n} (Achilles' tendon) SEE: Achilles' tendon  ::
Achilles heel {n} /əˌkɪl.iːz ˈhiːl/ (vulnerability in an otherwise strong situation)  :: talon d'Achille {m}
Achilles tendon {n} (strong tendon in the calf of the leg)  :: tendon d’Achille {m}
achondroplasia {n} (the genetic disorder)  :: achondroplasie {f}
achoo {interj} /əˈt͡ʃuː/ (the sound of a sneeze)  :: atchoum!
achromaticity {n} (achromatism) SEE: achromatism  ::
achromatism {n} (achromatopia)  :: achromatisme
acid {adj} /ˈæs.ɪd/ (sour, sharp, or biting to the taste)  :: aigre, acide
acid {adj} (of or pertaining to an acid)  :: acide
acid {adj} (sour-tempered)  :: acide
acid {n} (a sour substance)  :: acide {m}
acid {n} (in chemistry)  :: acide {m}
acid {n} (LSD)  :: acide {m} {f}
acidic {adj}  :: acide
acidic {adj} /əˈsɪdɪk/ (chemistry: having pH less than 7)  :: acide
acidic {adj} (of or relating to acid)  :: acide
acidifiable {adj} (capable of being acidified)  :: acidifiable
acidification {n} (the act or process of making something sour (acidifying), or changing into an acid)  :: acidification {f}
acidify {v} (to make something acidic)  :: acidifier
acidimetry {n} (measurement of the strength of acids)  :: acidimétrie {f}
acidity {n} /əˈsɪdɪti/ (quality or state of being acid)  :: acidité {f}
acidness {n} (acidity) SEE: acidity  ::
acidosis {n} (abnormally increased acidity of the blood)  :: acidose
acid rain {n} (unusually acidic rain)  :: pluie acide {f}
acid test {n} (Rigorous test or appraisal of the quality or worth)  :: baptême du feu (literally, "fire baptism" : first use of something in a real situation)
acidulate {v}  :: aciduler
acidulous {adj} (slightly sour)  :: acidulé {m}, acidulée {f}
acinaciform {adj} (shaped like a scimitar)  :: acinaciforme
acinesic {adj} (akinesic) SEE: akinesic  ::
aciniform {adj} (clustered like grapes)  :: acinoforme
acknowledge {v} /ækˈnɑl.ɪdʒ/ (to admit the knowledge of)  :: reconnaître
acknowledge {v} (to notify receipt)  :: accuser réception
acknowledge {v} (to own as genuine or valid)  :: certifier
acknowledgement {n} (act of acknowledging)  :: reconnaissance {f}
acknowledgement {n} (award)  :: récompense {f}
acknowledgement {n} (expression of thanks)  :: remerciement {m}
acknowledgement {n}  :: remerciement {m}
acknowledgment {n} (act of acknowledging)  :: aveu {m}, confession {f}, reconnaissance {f}
acme {n} /ˈækmi/ (the highest point)  :: acmé {f}
acme {n} (full bloom)  :: force de l'âge {f}
acne {n} /ˈæk.ni/ (a skin condition)  :: acné {f}
acne {n} (a pattern of blemishes resulting from the skin condition)  :: acné {f}
a cold day in Hell {n} (an event that will never happen)  :: quand les poules auront des dents (when hens will have teeth), semaine aux quatre jeudis (week with four Thursdays)
acolyte {n} /ˈæ.kə.laɪt/ (Catholic church: highest of the minor orders; ordained to carry wine, water and lights at the Mass)  :: acolyte
acolyte {n} (in general: assistant)  :: acolyte {m} {f}
aconite {n} /ˈækənaɪt/ (herb wolfsbane)  :: aconit {m}
acorn {n} /ˈeɪkɔɹn/ (fruit of the oak tree)  :: gland {m}
acorn woodpecker {n} (Melanerpes formicivorus)  :: pic glandivore {m}
acotyledon {n} /ˈeɪ.kɔt.l̩.iːdˌn̩/ (plant that has no cotyledons)  :: acotylédone {f}
acotyledonous {adj} (having no seed lobes)  :: acotylédone
acoustic {adj} (pertaining to hearing or the science of sounds)  :: acoustique
acoustic {adj} (producing or produced without electrical amplification)  :: acoustique
acoustical {adj} (of or pertaining to hearing or acoustics)  :: acoustique
acoustic guitar {n} (hollow-body guitar)  :: guitare acoustique {f}
acoustics {n} (physics: a science of sounds)  :: acoustique {f}
acoustics {n} (quality of a space for doing music)  :: acoustique {f}
acquaintance {n} /ʌˈkweɪn.təns/ (state of being acquainted)  :: relation {f}, [obsolete] accointance {f}
acquaintance {n} (person)  :: fréquentation {f}, relation {f}
acquiescence {n} /ˈæk.wiːˌɛs.əns/ (silent or passive assent)  :: acquiescement {m}, consentement
acquiescent {adj} /æˈkwɪi.ɛsn̩t/ (willing to acquiesce)  :: bienveillant, indulgent
acquiescent {adj} (resting satisfied or submissive)  :: docile, soumis
acquirable {adj} (capable of being acquired)  :: acquérable
acquire {v}  :: acquérir
acquire {v} /əˈkwaɪɚ/ (to get)  :: acquérir
acquired immune deficiency syndrome {n} (infectious disease caused by HIV)  :: syndrome d'immunodéficience acquise {m}
acquisition {n} /æ.kwɪ.ˈzɪ.ʃən/ (act or process of acquiring)  :: acquisition {f}
acquisition {n} (thing acquired or gained; an acquirement; a gain)  :: acquisition {f}
acquittal {n} (acquittance from debt)  :: acquittement {m}
acquittal {n} /əˈkwɪ.d(ə)l/ (legal decision of not guilty)  :: acquittement {m}, relaxe {f}
acre {n} /ˈeɪ.kɚ/ (unit of surface area)  :: acre {f}
acreage {n} (land measured in acres)  :: acréage {m}
Acre antshrike {n} (acre antshrike)  :: batara d'acre
acrid {adj} /ˈækɹɪd/ (Sharp and harsh, or bitter and not to the taste; pungent)  :: âcre {m} {f}
acrid {adj} (Caustic; bitter; bitterly irritating)  :: âcre {m} {f}
acrimonious {adj} /æk.ɹɪ.ˈmoʊ̯.ni.əs/ (sharp and harsh)  :: acrimonieux {m}
acrobat {n} /ˈæk.ɹo.bæt/ (an athlete who performs acts requiring skill, agility and coordination)  :: acrobate {m} {f}
acrobatic {adj} (of or pertaining to an acrobat)  :: acrobatique
acrobatics {n} (art of performing acrobatic feats)  :: acrobatie {f}
acrocyanosis {n} /ˈæ.kroʊ.saɪ.ʌ.ˌnoʊ.sɪs/ (acrocyanosis)  :: acrocyanose
acromegaly {n} (chronic disease marked by enlargement of the bones)  :: acromégalie {f}
acronym {n} /ˈæk.ɹə.nɪm/ (word formed by initial letters)  :: acronyme {m}
acrophobia {n} (fear of heights)  :: acrophobie {f}
acrophony {n} (word use as letter)  :: acrophonie
acropolis {n} /əˈkɹɒpəlɪs/ (promontory of Ancient Greek cities)  :: acropole {f}
Acropolis {prop} /əˈkɹɒpəlɪs/  :: Acropole
across the pond {prep} (on the other side of Atlantic Ocean)  :: outre-Atlantique
acrylamide {n} (Amide of acrylic acid)  :: acrylamide {f}
act {n} /ækt/ (deed)  :: acte {m}
act {n} (display of behaviour)  :: acte {m}
act {n} (division of theatrical performance)  :: acte {m}
act {n} (formal record of something done)  :: acte {m}
act {n} (process of doing)  :: acte {m}, action {f}
act {n} (state of existence)  :: acte {m}
act {n} (statute)  :: loi {f}, acte {m} [historical], édit {m} [historical]
act {v}  :: faire , jouer , se comporter , réagir , agir
act {v} (to behave in a certain way)  :: se comporter
act {v} (to do something)  :: agir, faire
act {v} (to perform a theatrical role)  :: jouer
acting {adj} /ˈæktɪŋ/ (temporarily assuming the duties or authority)  :: intérimaire, par intérim
actinium {n} (chemical element)  :: actinium {m}
actinometer {n} (measuring device)  :: actinomètre {m}
actinomorphic {adj} (of a flower: with petals radially symmetric)  :: actinomorphe
actinomorphous {adj} (having petals arranged in a radially symmetric pattern.)  :: actinomorphe
actinoscopy {n} (radiology)  :: actinoscopie
action {interj} (signifying the start of something)  :: action
action {n} /ˈæk.ʃən/ (something done so as to accomplish a purpose)  :: action {f}
action {n} (fast-paced activity)  :: action {f}
action {n} (law: A charge)  :: action en justice {f}, action légale {f}
action {n} (mechanism)  :: mechanisme {m}
action {n} (military: combat)  :: action {f}
action {n} (way of motion or functioning)  :: action {f}
action movie {n} (a type of motion picture)  :: film d'action {m}
activate {v} /ˈæktɪˌveɪt/ (to put into action)  :: actionner, activer
activate {v} (to turn on)  :: actionner, allumer
activated carbon {n} (a very absorbent form of finely powdered carbon)  :: charbon activé {m}, charbon actif {m}
activation {n} /æktɪˈveɪʃən/ (making active)  :: activation {f}
active {adj} /ˈæktɪv/ (having the quality or power of acting)  :: actif
active {adj} (given to action)  :: actif
active {adj} (in action)  :: actif
active {adj} (quick in physical movement)  :: actif
actively {adv} (in an active manner)  :: activement
active voice {n} (the form in which the subject of a verb carries out some action)  :: voix active {f}, mode actif {m}
active volcano {n} (active volcano)  :: volcan actif {m}
activism {n} /ˈæktɪvɪzm̩/ (The practice of using action to achieve a result)  :: activisme {m}
activist {n} /ˈæktɪvɪst/ (one who is politically active)  :: activiste {m} {f}, militant {m}
activistic {adj} (activist) SEE: activist  ::
activity {n} (something done as an action or a movement)  :: activité {f}
activity {n} (something done for pleasure or entertainment)  :: activité {f}
activity {n} (The state or quality of being active; nimbleness; agility; vigorous action or operation; energy; active force)  :: activité {f}
act of God {n} (unforeseen occurrence)  :: cas fortuit {m}
act one's age {v} (to be mature and not childish)  :: ne pas faire l'enfant
actor {n} /ˈæk.təɹ/ (person who performs in a theatrical play or film)  :: acteur {m}, actrice {f}
actor {n} (one who acts; a doer)  :: faiseur {m}, faiseuse {f}
actor {n} (one who takes part in a situation)  :: acteur {m}, actrice {f}
actor {n} (plaintiff) SEE: plaintiff  ::
actress {n} /ˈæktɹəs/ (female actor)  :: actrice {f}
Acts {prop} (Book of Acts) SEE: Acts of the Apostles  ::
Acts of the Apostles {prop} (fifth book of the New Testament)  :: Actes des Apôtres {f-p}
actual {adj} /ˈæk.(t)ʃ(ʊ).əl/ (existing in act or reality, not just potentially)  :: réel, effectif
actual {adj}  :: réel, effectif, présent, actuel
actually {adv} /ˈæk.(t)ʃ(u).ə.li/ (In act or in fact; really; in truth; positively)  :: en fait, effectivement (not: actuellement)
actuarial {adj} /ækˈtjɜː(ɹ).i.əl/ (pertaining to actuaries)  :: actuariel
actuary {n} (maker of insurance calculations)  :: actuaire {m} {f}
acuity {n} (sharpness or acuteness)  :: acuité {f}
acumen {n} /əˈkju.mən/ (quickness of perception or discernment)  :: sagacité {f}
acupuncturation {n} (acupuncture) SEE: acupuncture  ::
acupuncture {n} /ˈæ.kju.ˌpʌŋk.t͡ʃɝ/ (insertion of needles for remedial purposes)  :: acupuncture {f}
acute {adj} /əˈkjuːt/ (sensitive)  :: aigu {m}, aiguë {f}
acute {adj} (geometry: acute-angled) SEE: acute-angled  ::
acute {adj} (geometry: of an angle)  :: aigu
acute {adj} (medicine: of an abnormal condition)  :: aigu
acute {adj} (medicine: of a short-lived condition)  :: aigu
acute {adj} (orthography: letter with acute accent)  :: aigu
acute {n} (acute accent) SEE: acute accent  ::
acute accent {n} (acute accent)  :: accent aigu {m}
acute angle {n} (angle measuring less than ninety degrees)  :: angle aigu {m}
acute-angled {adj} (geometry)  :: acutangle {m} {f}
acute triangle {n} (triangle all of the angles of which are acute)  :: triangle {m} acutangle
acyclic {adj} (not cyclic)  :: acyclique
acyl {n} (any of a class of organic radicals)  :: acyle {m}
ad {n} /æd/ (short form of advert)  :: pub {f}
AD {initialism} (anno Domini)  :: ap. J.-C., apr. J.-C. (après Jésus-Christ); en l'an de grâce [archaic]
Adam {prop} /ˈædəm/ (first man in Abrahamic religions)  :: Adam {m}
Adam {prop} (male given name)  :: Adam {m}
Adam and Eve {prop} (the first man and woman (according to Genesis))  :: Adam et Ève
adamant {adj} (determined; unshakeable; unyielding)  :: inflexible, catégorique
Adam's apple {n} (the lump in the throat)  :: pomme d'Adam {f}
adapt {adj} (adapted (adjective))  :: adapté
adapt {v}  :: adapter
adapt {v} /əˈdæpt/ (to make suitable)  :: adapter
adapt {v} (to fit by alteration)  :: s'adapter
adaptability {n} (quality of being adaptable; a quality that renders adaptable)  :: adaptabilité
adaptable {adj} /əˈdæptəbəl/ (capable of adapting or of being adapted)  :: adaptable
adaptation {n} /ˌædæpˈteɪʃən/ (the quality of being adapted)  :: adaptation {f}
adaptation {n} (variation)  :: adaptation {f}
adaptative {adj} (adaptive) SEE: adaptive  ::
adapter {n} (device allowing more plugs at an outlet)  :: adaptateur {m}
adapter {n} (device allowing plug to fit in an outlet of different type)  :: adaptateur {m}
adapter {n} (device to allow compatibility)  :: adaptateur {m}
adapter {n} (one who adapts something)  :: adaptateur {m}
adaptive {adj} (Capable of being adapted or of adapting; susceptible of or undergoing accordant change)  :: adaptable
adaptive {adj} /əˈdæpˌtɪv/ (Of, pertaining to, characterized by or showing adaptation; making or made fit or suitable)  :: adaptatif
adaptive {adj} (Of a trait: that helps an individual to function well in society)  :: adaptatif
add {v} /æd/ (to append, as a statement)  :: ajouter
add {v} (to make an addition)  :: additionner, ajouter, sommer
add {v} (to perform the arithmetical operation of addition, to add up)  :: additionner, faire une addition
addend {n} /ˈæd.ɛnd/ (term added to another)  :: cumulateur {m}
adder {n} /ˈæd.ɚ/ (viper)  :: vipère {f}
add fuel to the fire {v} (worsen a conflict)  :: jeter de l'huile sur le feu, mettre de l'huile sur le feu
addict {n} /ˈædɪkt/ (person who is addicted, especially to a harmful drug)  :: dépendant {m}, dépendante {f}, intoxiqué {m}, intoxiquée {f}, accro {m} {f} [slang]
addicted {adj} (being dependent on something)  :: dépendant
addictive {adj} /əˈdɪktɪv/ (causing or tending to cause addiction; habit-forming)  :: addictif
Addis Ababa {prop} (capital of Ethiopia)  :: Addis-Abeba, Addis-Ababa
Addison's disease {n} (Addison's disease)  :: maladie d'Addison {f}
addition {n} (arithmetic: process of adding)  :: addition {f}
addition {n} /əˈdɪʃn̩/ (act of adding)  :: addition {f}
addition {n} (thing added)  :: addition {f}, ajout {m}
additional {adj} /əˈdɪʃənəl/ (Supplemental or added to)  :: additionnel
additive {n} /ˈæɾətɪv/ (substance altering another substance)  :: additif {f}
addon {n} (add-on) SEE: add-on  ::
add-on {n} (extension of core application)  :: extension
address {n} (act of addressing oneself to a person)  :: discours {m}
address {n} /ə.ˈdɹɛs/ (direction for letters)  :: adresse {f}
address {n} (skill)  :: habileté
address bar {n} (bar in a web browser that displays the address)  :: barre d'adresse {f}
address book {n} (small book with addresses)  :: carnet d'adresses {m}
addressee {n} (person or organization to which something is addressed or sent)  :: destinataire {m} {f}
addressing {n}  :: adressage
address with the informal T-form {v} (to address with the informal T-form - translation entry)  :: tutoyer
address with the polite V-form {v} (to address with the polite V-form - translation entry)  :: vousoyer, vouvoyer, voussoyer
adductor {n} (muscle)  :: adducteur
add up {v} (be reasonable or consistent) SEE: make sense  ::
Adela {prop} (female given names)  :: Adèle
Adelaide {prop} /ˈædəleɪd/ (female given name)  :: Adélaïde {f}
Adelaide {prop} (state capital of South Australia)  :: Adélaïde
Adele {prop} /əˈdɛl/ (female given name) SEE: Adela  ::
Adelie penguin {n} (Pygoscelis adeliae)  :: manchot Adélie {m}
Aden {prop} (seaport of Yemen)  :: Aden {m}
adenine {n} /ˈædɪnɪn/ (base that pairs with thymine or uracil)  :: adénine {f}
adenoid {n} (folds of lymphatic tissue covered by ciliated epithelium)  :: adénoïde {m} {f}
adenomyosis {n} (condition)  :: adénomyose {m}
adenosine triphosphate {n} (adenosine triphosphate)  :: Adénosine triphosphate
adenoviral {adj}  :: adénoviral
adenovirus {n}  :: adénovirus {m}
adept {adj} /əˈdɛpt/ (well skilled)  :: expert
adept {n} (one fully skilled or well versed in anything)  :: expert {m}
adequate {adj} /ˈæd.ʌ.kwɪt/ (equal to some requirement)  :: adéquat
adessive case {n} (noun case used to indicate adjacent location)  :: adessif {m}
adhan {n} /ɑːˈðɑːn/ ((Islam) The call to prayer)  :: adhan
adhere {v} /ædˈhiɹ/ (To stick fast or cleave)  :: adhérer
adhere {v} (To be consistent or coherent; to be in accordance; to agree)  :: adhérer
adherence {n} (support for a cause)  :: adhésion {f}
adherent {adj}  :: adhérent
adherent {n} (a person who has membership in some group)  :: adhérent
adhesion {n} (agreement to adhere)  :: adhésion {f}
adhesive {adj} /ædˈhi.sɪv/ (sticky)  :: adhésif, collant
adhesive tape {n} (sticky tape)  :: scotch {m}, ruban adhésif {m}
ad hoc {adj} /ˌæd ˈhɑk/ (for this particular purpose)  :: ad hoc
ad hoc {adj} (impromptu) SEE: impromptu  ::
ad hoc {adj} (special) SEE: special  ::
ad hominem {n} (personal attack)  :: attaque personnelle {f}
adiabatic {adj} /ædɪəˈbætɪk/ (occurring without gain or loss of heat)  :: adiabatique
adicity {n} (number of arguments)  :: arité {m}
adieu {interj} /əˈdu/ (farewell)  :: adieu, bon vent
adieu {n} (a farewell)  :: adieu, farewell
Adige {prop} (river in South Tyrol)  :: Adige
ad infinitum {adv} (endlessly)  :: à l'infini
adios {interj} (goodbye) SEE: goodbye  ::
adipose {adj} /ˈæd.ɪ.poʊs/ (containing, composed of, or consisting of fat)  :: adipeux
adipose {n}  :: adipeux, -euse
adipose tissue {n} (tissue)  :: tissu adipeux
adiposis {n} (accumulation of adipose tissue)  :: adipose
adiposity {n} (obesity)  :: adiposité {f}
adipous {adj} (of or relating to adipose)  :: adipeux
adjacent {adj} /əˈdʒeɪ.sənt/ (lying next to, close, or contiguous; neighboring)  :: adjacent
adjectival {adj} /ædʒəkˈtaɪvəl/ (of or relating to or functioning as an adjective)  :: adjectival
adjective {adj} (functioning as an adjective)  :: adjectif
adjective {adj} (methods of enforcement and rules of procedure)  :: … de procédure
adjective {n} ((grammar) a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun’s referent)  :: adjectif {m}
adjective {v} (To make an adjective of)  :: adjetiver
adjective phrase {n} (Phrase that modifies or describes a noun or pronoun)  :: locution adjectivale {f}
adjoin {v} /əˈdʒɔɪn/ (mathematics: to add (an element) to a structure)  :: adjoindre
adjourn {v} /ədʒɜː(ɹ)n/  :: ajourner , mouvoir
adjournment {n} (the state of being adjourned)  :: ajournement {m}, suspension {f}
adjudication {n} /ˌæd.dʒu.dɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/ (judgment)  :: jugement {m}
adjudicator {n} /æ.dʒu.dɪˈkeɪ.tɔɹ/ (one who adjudicates)  :: juge {m} [legal]
adjunct {n} /ˈædʒʌŋkt/ (appendage)  :: complément {m}, attribut {m}
adjust {v}  :: ajuster
adjust {v} /əˈdʒʌst/ (to modify)  :: ajuster
adjustable {adj}  :: ajustable
adjusted {adj} (compensated in order to avoid bias )  :: ajusté
adjustment {n} /əˈdʒʌst.mənt/ (small change)  :: ajustement {m}, arèglement {m}
adjuvant {adj} /ˈædʒəvənt/ ( Containing an adjuvant)  :: adjuvant
ad lib {adv}  :: à discrétion
ad-lib {v} (to improvise)  :: improviser
Adélie Land {prop} (one of the five French Southern and Antarctic Lands)  :: Terre Adélie {f}
administer {v} /ədˈmɪnɪstɚ/ (to work in an administrative capacity; to supervise)  :: administrer
administration {n} /ədˌmɪnəˈstɹeɪʃən/ (the act of administering)  :: administration {f}
administration {n} (the executive part of government)  :: administration {f}
administrative {adj} /ədˈmɪ.nəsˌtɹeɪ.ɾɪv/ (of or relating to administering or administration)  :: administratif
administrative law {n} (laws that pertain to the administrative agencies of government)  :: droit administratif {m}
administrator {n} (computing: one who responsible for software and maintenance of a computer or network)  :: administrateur {m}
administrator {n} /ədˈmɪnɪstɹeɪtɚ/ (one who administers affairs)  :: administrateur {m}
admirable {adj} /ˈæd.mɚ.ʌˌbl/ (deserving of the highest esteem or admiration)  :: admirable
admirably {adv} /ˈæd.mɪɹ.əˌbli/ (in an admirable manner)  :: admirablement
admirably {adv} (to an admirable degree)  :: admirablement
admiral {n} /ˈæd.mɚ.l̩/ (a naval officer of the highest rank)  :: amiral {m}
admiralty {n} /ˈæd.mɚ.l̩.ti/ (office or jurisdiction of an admiral)  :: amirauté
Admiralty Islands {prop} (group of islands)  :: îles de l'Amirauté
admiration {n} /ˌæd.mɚˈeɪ.ʃən/ (adoration; appreciation)  :: admiration {f}
admire {v} /ædˈmaɪ.ɚ/ (regard with wonder and delight)  :: admirer
admirer {n} /ædˈmaɪ.ɚ.ɚ/ (one who admires)  :: admirateur {m}, admiratrice {f}
admiring {adj} /æd.ˈmaɪ.ɚ.ɪŋ/ (feeling or showing admiration)  :: admiratif
admissible {adj} (capable or deserving to be admitted, accepted or allowed; allowable, permissible, acceptable)  :: admissible
admit {v} /ædˈmɪt/ (to allow to enter; to grant entrance)  :: admettre
admit {v} (to concede as true)  :: admettre, avouer, reconnaître
admittedly {adv} (by admission)  :: certes
admixture {n}  :: mélange
admonish {v} /ædˈmɑn.ɪʃ/ (warn or notify of a fault; exhort)  :: admonester
admonish {v} (To instruct or direct; to inform; to notify)  :: réprimander
admonish {v} (warn against danger or an offense)  :: avertir
adnate {adj} (linked or fused)  :: adné
ad nauseam {adv} (to a sickening degree)  :: ad nauseam
adobe {n} /aˈdəʊ.bi/ (unburnt brick)  :: adobe {m}
adolescence {n} (period between childhood and maturity)  :: adolescence {f}
adolescent {adj} /ˌædəˈlɛsənt/ (characteristic of adolescence)  :: adolescent
Adolf {prop} (male given name) SEE: Adolph  ::
Adolph {prop} (male given name)  :: Adolphe
adopt {v} /ʌˈdɑpt/ (to take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen)  :: adopter
adopt {v} (to take or receive as one's own what is not so naturally)  :: adopter
adoptee {n} (an adoptee)  :: adopté {m}, adoptée {f}
adoption {n} (act of adopting, or state of being adopted)  :: adoption {f}
adoption {n} (transfer between old system to another)  :: adoption
adoptive {adj} (related through adoption)  :: adoptif
adoptive father {n} (man who has adopted a child)  :: père adoptif {m}
adoptive mother {n} (woman who has adopted a child)  :: mère adoptive {f}
adorable {adj} /əˈdoɹʌbəl/ (befitting of being adored)  :: adorable, mignon
adoration {n} (admiration or esteem)  :: adoration {f}
adoration {n} (an act of religious worship)  :: adoration {f}
adoration {n} (the act of adoring)  :: adoration {f}
adore {v} /əˈdɔːr/ (worship)  :: adorer
adore {v} (love with entire heart and soul)  :: adorer
adorn {v} /əˈdoɹn/ (to make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate)  :: décorer, orner, parer
adposition {n} /ˈædpəˌzɪʃən/ (element combining with a phrase and indicating how to interpret the phrase in the context)  :: adposition {f}
adrenal {adj} /æˈdɹiːnəl/ (pertaining to adrenal glands)  :: adrénal
adrenal {n} (noun sense) SEE: adrenal gland  ::
adrenal gland {n} (endocrine gland situated above the kidney)  :: glande surrénale {f}
adrenaline {n} (the compound epinephrine)  :: adrénaline {f}
Adrian {prop} /ˈeɪ.dɹiː.ən/ (male given name)  :: Adrien
Adriatic {prop} /ˌeɪ.dɹriˈæt.ɪk/ (Adriatic Sea) SEE: Adriatic Sea  ::
Adriatic Sea {prop} /eɪ.dɹiˈæt.ɪk/ (sea that stretches from the Ionian Sea to the Gulf of Venice)  :: mer Adriatique {f}
adrift {adj} /əˈdrɪft/ (floating at random)  :: à la dérive
adrift {adv} (in a drifting condition)  :: à la dérive
ADSL {initialism} (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line)  :: ADSL {m}
adsorption {n} (process of forming a film on the surface of a solid)  :: adsorption {f}
adulation {n} /ˈædʒ.ə.leɪ.ʃən/ (Flattery; fulsome praise)  :: adulation {f}
adulator {n} (one who adulates)  :: adulateur {m}, adulatrice {f}
adulatory {adj} (of adulation)  :: adulatoire
adult {adj} (fully grown)  :: adulte {m} {f}
adult {adj} (pornographic) SEE: pornographic  ::
adult {n} /ˈædl̩t/ (fully grown human)  :: adulte {m} {f}
adulter {v} (adulterate) SEE: adulterate  ::
adulterer {n} /əˈdʌltəɹɚ/ (one who commits adultery)  :: adultère {m} {f}
adulterous {adj} (of or characterized by adultery)  :: adultère {m} {f}
adultery {n} /əˈdʌltəɹi/ (sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouse)  :: adultère {m}
adulthood {n} (time of life)  :: âge adulte {m}, maturité {f}
advance {n} (amount of money)  :: avance {f}
advance {n} (forward move)  :: avancée {f}, progression {f}
advance {v}  :: avancer
advance {v} /ədˈvæns/ (to raise to a higher rank; to promote)  :: élever
advance {v} (to move forwards, to approach)  :: avancer
advanced {adj} /ədˈvænst/ (at or close to state of the art)  :: avancé
advanced {adj} (late)  :: avancé
advance guard {n} (leading unit of an army)  :: avant-garde {f}
advancement {n} /ɛdˈvæns.mɛnt/ (state of being advanced)  :: progrès {m}
advancement {n} (payment in advance) SEE: advance payment  ::
advance payment {n} (part of a contractually due sum)  :: avance {f}, paiement à l'avance {m}
advantage {n} /ædˈvæn.tədʒ/ (any condition, circumstance, opportunity, or means, particularly favorable to success)  :: avantage {m}
advantage {n} (superiority; mastery)  :: avantage
advantage {n} (superiority of state, or that which gives it)  :: avantage {m}
advantage {n} (the score where one player wins a point after deuce)  :: avantage {m}
advantage {v} (to provide with an edge)  :: avantager, favoriser
advantageously {adv} (in an advantageous manner)  :: avantageusement
advection {n} /ædˈvɛkʃən/ (The horizontal movement of a body of atmosphere (or other fluid) along with a concurrent transport of its temperature, humidity etc.)  :: advection {f}
advection {n} (The transport of a scalar by bulk fluid motion)  :: advection {f}
advent {n} /ˈæd.vɛnt/ (coming, arrival)  :: arrivée {f}
advent {n} (Christianity) SEE: Advent  ::
Advent {prop} (season before Christmas)  :: Avent {m}
Advent calendar {n} (calendar used to count down the days of Advent)  :: calendrier de l'Avent {m}
Adventist {n} (a believer in the Second Advent of Jesus)  :: adventiste {m} {f}
adventitious {adj} (accidental, additional, appearing casually)  :: adventice , aléatoire
adventitious {adj} /ˌæd.vənˈtɪʃ.əs/ (from an external source)  :: acquis, adventice, exogène
adventitious {adj} (biology: developing in an unusual place or from an unusual source)  :: ectopique, auxiliaire, adventice
adventitious {adj} (genetics, medicine: not congenital)  :: acquis
adventure {n} /ædˈv̥ɛntʃɚ/ (encountering of risks)  :: aventure {f}
adventure {n} (mercantile or speculative enterprise of hazard)  :: aventure {f}
adventure {n} (remarkable occurrence)  :: aventure {f}
adventure {n} (that which happens without design)  :: aventure {f}
adventurer {n} /ædˈvɛn.tʃɚ.ɚ/ (one who adventures; as, the merchant adventurers)  :: aventurier {m}, aventurière {f}
adventurer {n}  :: aventurier {m}
adventurism {n} /ədˈvɛn(t)ʃəɹɪz(ə)m/ (policy led by excessive risk taking)  :: aventurisme {m}
adventurous {adj} /ædˈvɛn.tʃɚ.ʌs/ (inclined to adventure)  :: aventureux
adventurous {adj} (full of hazard)  :: hasardeux
adverb {n} /ˈˈædvɜːb/ (lexical category)  :: adverbe {m}
adverbial {adj} (of or relating to an adverb)  :: adverbial
adverbial {n} (grammar: word or phrase modifying a verb)  :: complément adverbial {m}
adverbial clause {n} (a subordinate clause that functions as an adverb within a main clause)  :: expression adverbiale {f}
adverbial participle {n} (linguistic sense)  :: gérondif {m}
adverbial phrase {n} (Phrase that modifies a verb, adjective, another adverb, or a prepositional phrase)  :: locution adverbiale {f}
adversary {n} /ˈæd.vəɹ.sɛɹi/ (opponent)  :: adversaire {m}, ennemi {m}
adverse {adj}  :: adverse
adverse {adj} /ˈædvə(ɹ)s/ (unfavourable)  :: défavorable
adversity {n} (adverse event)  :: adversité {f}
adversity {n} /ædˈvɜ(ɹ)s.ɪ.ti/ (state of being adverse)  :: malheur {m}, adversité {f}
advert {n} (An advertisement)  :: pub {f}
advertise {v} /ˈæd.vəɹ.taɪz/ ((transitive) to give public notice of; to announce publicly)  :: annoncer
advertise {v} ((intransitive) to provide information about a person or goods and services to influence others)  :: afficher, publier
advertisement {n} /ˈædvɚˌtaɪzmənt/ (commercial solicitation)  :: publicité {f}, pub {f}, annonce {f}
advertisement {n} (public notice)  :: avis {m}, annonce {f}
advertiser {n} (one who advertises)  :: messager
advertising {n} (communication to influence potential customers)  :: publicité
advertorial {n} /ˌædvɚˈtɔriəl/ (advertisement presented as editorial)  :: publirédactionnel {m}
advice {n} /ædˈvaɪs/ (opinion recommended or offered, as worthy to be followed; counsel)  :: conseil {m}
advisatory {adj} (advisory) SEE: advisory  ::
advise {v} /ædˈvaɪz/ (to give advice to; to offer an opinion; to counsel; to warn)  :: conseiller
advise {v} (to give information or notice to; to inform)  :: conseiller, renseigner
advisedly {adv} (With intentionality; deliberately)  :: intentionnellement
adviser {n} /ædˈvaɪz.ɚ/ (one who advises)  :: conseiller {m}
advisor {n} /ædˈvaɪz.ɚ/ (one who offers advice)  :: conseiller {m}
advisory {n} (A warning)  :: alerte {f}, bulletin d'alerte {m}
advocacy {n} /ˈæd.vəˌkə.si/ (the profession of an advocate)  :: barreau {m}
advocacy {n} (the act of arguing in favour of, or supporting something)  :: mobilisation, promotion
advocate {n} /ˈædvəkət/ (person who argues the case of another)  :: avocat {m}, avocate {f}
advocate {n} (person who speaks in support of something)  :: porte-parole {m}
advocate {v} (argue for)  :: plaider
advocate {v} (encourage support for)  :: préconiser
Adygea {prop} (Adygea, Russia)  :: Adyguée {f}
Adygei {prop} (Adygei) SEE: Adyghe  ::
adze {n} /ædz/ (cutting tool)  :: herminette {f}
aedile {n} (elected official in Ancient Rome)  :: édile {m}
Aegadian Islands {prop} /ɪˈɡeɪdiən ˈaɪlændz/ (islands off the coast of Sicily)  :: les îles Égades, les îles Égates
Aegean {adj} (Of, or relating to the Aegean Sea)  :: égéen
Aegean {prop} (Aegean Sea) SEE: Aegean Sea  ::
Aegean Sea {prop} (sea of the northeastern part of the Mediterranean Sea)  :: mer Égée {f}
Aegidius {prop} (male given name)  :: Égide
aegis {n} /ˈiːdʒɪs/ (protection, guidance)  :: égide {f}
Aeneas {prop} (Trojan hero)  :: Énée {m}
Aeneid {prop} /əˈniːɪd/ (Classic epic poem that tells the story of Aeneas fleeing Troy and settling in Italy.)  :: Énéide {f}
aeolian {adj} (carried, deposited or eroded by the wind)  :: éolien
aeolian {adj} (of, or relating to the wind)  :: éolien
aeolian harp {n} (type of harp)  :: harpe éolienne {f}, harpe à vent {f}, harpe d'Éole {f}, éoli-harpe {f} [archaic], éole-harpe {f} [archaic], harpe éolique {f} [rare]
aeolipile {n} /ˈiːəʊlɪpʌɪl/ (steam engine)  :: éolipyle {m}
aeration {n} (the circulation of air)  :: aération
aerial {adj} /ˈɛːɹɪəl/ (taking place in the air)  :: aérien
aerial {n} (device for receiving or transmitting)  :: antenne {f}
aerobatic {adj} (acrobatic maneuvers performed by an airplane)  :: d'acrobaties aériennes, de voltige aérienne
aerobatics {n} (stunts, performed in an airplane)  :: acrobatie aérienne {f}, [uncountable] voltige aérienne {f}, [uncountable] voltige {f}
aerobic {adj} (involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body)  :: aérobique
aerobic {adj} (living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen)  :: aérobique
aerobic {adj} (of or relating to aerobics)  :: aérobique
aerobiology {n} (the study of the dispersion of airborne biological materials)  :: aérobiologie {f}
aerobiosis {n} (form of life that is sustained by the presence of air)  :: aérobiose {f}
aerodrome {n}  :: aérodrome {m}
aerodynamics {n} (The science of the dynamics of bodies moving relative to gases)  :: aérodynamique {f}
aerodyne {n} (heavier-than-air aircraft)  :: aérodyne {m}
aeroelastic {adj}  :: aéroélastique {m} {f}
aeroelasticity {n} (scientific study of the effect of aerodynamic loads on structures.)  :: aéroélasticité {f}
aeroembolism {n} (condition) SEE: air embolism  ::
aerolite {n} /ˈɛːɹəlʌɪt/ (a meteorite consisting of silicate minerals)  :: aérolite {m}, aérolithe {m}
aerology {n} (branch of meteorology)  :: aérologie
aeromancer {n} (practitioner of aeromancy)  :: aéromancien {m}
aeromancy {n} (divination by use of atmospheric conditions)  :: aéromancie
aeronautic {adj} /ˌæɹoˈnɔtɪk/ (having to do with aerial navigation)  :: aeronautique
aeronautics {n} (mechanics and science of aircraft)  :: aéronautique {f}
Aeronian {prop}  :: Aéronien
aerophane {n}  :: aérophane
aerophone {n} (aerophone)  :: aérophone
aeroplane {n} /ˈeə.rə.pleɪn/ (airplane) SEE: airplane  ::
aerosol {n} (gaseous or airborne cloud of particulate matter)  :: aérosol {m}
aerosol can {n} (pressurized canister)  :: bidon aérosol {m}
aerospace {adj} (of or relating to aircraft)  :: aérospatial
aerostat {n} (aircraft)  :: aérostat {m}
aerothorax {n} (pneumothorax) SEE: pneumothorax  ::
aerotropism {n} (growth of an organism either towards, or away from a region of higher oxygen content)  :: aérotropisme {m}
Aeschylus {prop} /ˈɛs.kə.ləs/ (Greek tragedian)  :: Eschyle {m}
Aesculapian {adj} (of or relating to Aesculapius)  :: esculapien
aesir {n} (Æsir) SEE: Æsir  ::
Aesop {prop} (ancient Greek author)  :: Ésope {m}
aesthete {n} /ɛsˈθiːt/ (someone who cultivates an unusually high sensitivity to beauty, as in art or nature)  :: esthète {m} {f}
aesthetic {adj} /əsˈθɛt.ɪk/ (concerned with beauty)  :: esthétique
aesthetic {n} (that which appeals to the senses)  :: esthétique {f}
aesthetic {n} (the study of art or beauty) SEE: aesthetics  ::
aesthetically {adv}  :: esthétiquement
aestheticism {n} (doctrine which holds aesthetics as the highest ideal)  :: esthétisme {m}
aesthetics {n} /ɛsˈθɛt.ɪks/ (study or philosophy of beauty)  :: esthétique {f}
aesthetic surgeon {n} (performer of aesthetic surgery)  :: chirurgien esthéticien {m}, chirurgienne esthéticienne {f}, chirurgien esthétique {m}, chirurgienne esthétique {f}
aesthetic surgery {n} (surgery which alters a person's physical appearance)  :: chirurgie esthétique {f}
aestival {adj} (Relating to summer)  :: estival {m}
aestivation {n} /ˌiːstɪˈveɪʃən/ (state of inactivity and metabolic depression during summer)  :: estivation {f}
aetiology {n} /itiˈɑlədʒi/ (study of causes or origins)  :: étiologie {f}
Aetius {prop} (given name)  :: Aetius, Aétius
Aetolia {prop} (region of Greece)  :: Étolie {f}
Afade {prop} (the language)  :: afade
Afar {prop} (language)  :: afar {f}
Afar {prop} (people)  :: Afar
a few {determiner} (a small number of)  :: quelques
a few {pron} (a small number of things)  :: quelques
affair {n} /əˈfɛɹ/ (adulterous relationship)  :: aventure {f}, liaison {f}
affect {v} /əˈfɛkt/ (to influence or alter)  :: affecter
affect {v} /əˈfɛkt/ (to make a false display of)  :: feindre
affect {v} (to infect or harm)  :: affecter
affect {v} (to move to emotion)  :: affecter, émouvoir
affectation {n} /ˌæf.ɛkˈteɪ.ʃən/ (an attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real)  :: affectation {f}
affectation {n} (an unusual mannerism)  :: affectation {f}
affected {adj} (Resulting from a mostly negative physical effect )  :: affecté
affectionate {adj} /əˈfɛkʃənət/ (loving)  :: affectueux
affectionately {adv} (in an affectionate manner)  :: affectueusement
affective {adj}  :: affectif
afferent {adj} (Carrying towards)  :: afférent
affidavit {n} /ˌæfɪˈdeɪvɪt/ (legal, signed document wherein an affiant makes a sworn statement)  :: affidavit
affiliate {v} /əˈfɪl.i.et/ (to adopt) SEE: adopt  ::
affine transformation {n} (linear transformation followed by a translation)  :: transformation affine {f}
affinity {n} (chemistry or medicine)  :: affinité {f}
affinity {n} /əˈfɪnɪti/ (natural attraction for something)  :: affinité {f}
affinity {n} (family relationship through marriage of a relative)  :: affinité
affirmance {n} (affirmation) SEE: affirmation  ::
affirmation {n} /æfɝˈmeɪʃn/ (that which is affirmed)  :: affirmation {f}
affirmative {adj} /əˈfɝmətɪv/ (pertaining to truth)  :: affirmatif
affirmative {n} (An answer that shows agreement or acceptance)  :: phrase affirmative {f}
affirmative action {n} (advantaging minority groups who have traditionally been discriminated) SEE: reverse discrimination  ::
affirmative sentence {n} (sentence that affirms)  :: phrase affirmative {f}
affix {n} /ˈæfɪks/ (that which is affixed)  :: affixe {f}
affix {n} (linguistics: a bound morpheme added to a word’s stem)  :: affixe {f}
affixation {n} (addition of a affix)  :: affixation {f}
affixoid {n} (regular word that also works as an affix)  :: affixoïde
affliction {n} (a state of pain, suffering, distress or agony)  :: affliction {f}, détresse {f}
affliction {n} (something which causes pain, suffering, distress or agony)  :: affliction {f}
affluent {adj} (abounding in goods or riches; materially wealthy)  :: riche
affluent {adj} (abundant)  :: abondant
affluent {adj} (tributary)  :: affluent
affluent {n} /ˈæf.lu.ənt/ (someone wealthy)  :: richard {m}
affluent {n} (tributary) SEE: tributary  ::
afford {v} /əˈfɔɹd/ (to incur, stand, or bear)  :: se permettre
afford {v} (to offer, provide, or supply)  :: offrir
affordable {adj} /ʌˈfɔɹdʌbəl/ (able to be afforded)  :: abordable
affricate {n} /ˈæf.ɹɪ.kɪt/ (a sound produced using a combination of a plosive and a fricative)  :: affriquée {f}
affront {n} (hostile encounter or meeting)  :: duel {m}, rencontre {m}
affront {n} (open or intentional offense, slight, or insult)  :: défi {m}, affront {m}
affront {v} /əˈfɹʌnt/ (to insult intentionally, especially openly)  :: défier, jeter le gant, envoyer un cartel
affront {v} (to meet defiantly; confront)  :: se confronter
affront {v} (to meet or encounter face to face)  :: rencontrer sur le terrain, aller sur le pré
Afghan {adj} (pertaining to Afghanistan)  :: afghan
Afghan {n} /ˈæfˌɡæn/ (person from Afghanistan)  :: Afghan
Afghan hound {n} (Afghan Hound) SEE: Afghan Hound  ::
Afghan Hound {n} /ˌæfɡænˈhæu̯nd/ (Afghan Hound)  :: lévrier afghan {m}
Afghani {adj} (relating to Afghanistan) SEE: Afghan  ::
Afghani {n} (citizen or native of Afghanistan) SEE: Afghan  ::
Afghani {n} (money) SEE: afghani  ::
Afghanistan {prop} /æfˈɡæn.ɪˌstæn/ (country)  :: Afghanistan {m}
afib {n} (atrial fibrillation)  :: FibA {f}, FIBA {f}, FA {f}
a-fib {n} (atrial fibrillation) SEE: afib  ::
A-flat major {n} (A-flat major)  :: la bémol majeur
afloat {adv} (floating)  :: à flot
afoot {adv} /ʌˈfʊt/ (means of locomotion, walking)  :: à pied
afoot {adv} (in progress)  :: en cours
afoot {adv} (support of the body, standing)  :: debout
aforementioned {adj} /əˌfoː(ɹ)ˈmɛn.ʃənd/ (previously mentioned)  :: susmentionné
aforementioned {n} (one or ones mentioned previously)  :: suscité, ledit
a fortiori {adv}  :: a fortiori
afraid {adj} /əˈfɹeɪd/ (impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear; apprehensive)  :: effrayé
Africa {prop} /ˈæfɹɪkə/ (continent south of Europe)  :: l’Afrique {f}
Africa-Eurasia {prop} /ˈæf.rɪk.ə.jʊrˈeɪ.ʒə/ (Afro-Eurasia) SEE: Afro-Eurasia  ::
African {adj} /ˈæf.ɹɪ.kən/ (of, or pertaining to Africa)  :: africain
African {n} (a native of Africa)  :: Africain {m}, Africaine {f}
African American {adj} (African-American) SEE: African-American  ::
African American {n} (African-American) SEE: African-American  ::
African elephant {n} (Loxodonta africana or Loxodonta cyclotis found in Africa)  :: éléphant d'Afrique
African forest elephant {n} (Loxodonta cyclotis)  :: éléphant de forêt d'Afrique
African hunting dog {n} (a wild dog)  :: lycaon {m}
Africanism {n} (Eurocentric representation of Africans)  :: africanisme {m}
African Union {prop} (multinational organisation)  :: Union africaine {f}
African violet {n} (perennial plant of the genus Saintpaulia)  :: saintpaulia
African wild dog {n} (Lycaon pictus) SEE: African hunting dog  ::
a friend in need is a friend indeed {proverb} (someone who helps you in your time of need is a real friend)  :: dans le besoin on reconnaît ses amis
Afrikaans {prop} (Afrikaner)  :: Afrikaans {m} {f}
Afrikaans {prop} /ˌɑːfrɪˈkɑːnz/ (language)  :: afrikaans {m}
Afrikaner {n} (breed of cattle) SEE: Afrikander  ::
Afrikaner {n} (member of ethnic group)  :: Afrikaner {m}, Boer {m}
afro {n} /ˈæfroʊ/ (hairstyle)  :: afro {m}
Afro- {prefix} (African)  :: afro-
Afro-American {n} (a resident of the United States who is of African heritage)  :: Afro-Américain {m}, Afro-Américaine {f}
Afro-Eurasia {prop} /ˈæf.roʊ.jʊrˈeɪ.ʒə/ (supercontinent)  :: Eurafrasie, Afro-Eurasie
Afrophobia {n} (the fear, hate or dislike of Africans)  :: afrophobie {f}
after {adv} /ˈæftɚ/ (behind; later in time; following)  :: après
after {prep} (as a result of)  :: du fait de
after {prep} (behind)  :: derrière
after {prep} (in allusion to, in imitation of; following or referencing)  :: d'après
after {prep} (in spite of)  :: malgré le fait que
after {prep} (next in importance or rank)  :: après, derrière
after {prep} (subsequently; following in time; later than)  :: après
after all {prep} (in the end; anyway)  :: après tout
afterbirth {n} /ˈæftɚbɚθ/ (material expelled after childbirth)  :: délivrance {f}
after dark {prep} (after nightfall, at night)  :: après la tombée de la nuit
after-effect {n} (after-effect) SEE: aftereffect  ::
afterfeather {n} (downy lower barbs of a feather) SEE: hyporachis  ::
afterglow {n} (afterparty) SEE: afterparty  ::
afterings {n} /æftɚɹɪnɡz/  :: lie {f}
afterlife {n} /ˈæftɚˌlaɪf/ (life after death)  :: au-delà {m}, autre monde {m}, vie après la mort {f}
aftermath {n} /ˈɑːf.tɚˌmɑːθ/ (a second mowing)  :: regain {m}
aftermath {n} (that which happens after, that which follows)  :: séquelles {f-p}
afternoon {n} /ˌæftɚˈnuːn/ (part of the day between noon and evening)  :: après-midi {m} {f}
aftershave {n} (lotion, gel or liquid)  :: après-rasage {m}
after-shave {n} (lotion, gel, or liquid used after shaving)  :: après-rasage {m}
aftershock {n} (earthquake that follows in the same vicinity as another)  :: réplique {f}
aftertaste {n} (The persistence of the taste of something no longer present)  :: arrière-goût
after the fact {prep} (too late)  :: après coup
afterward {adv} (afterward)  :: après, ultérieurement, ensuite, après coup
afterwards {adv} /ˈæftɚwɚdz/ (at a later or succeeding time)  :: après, ultérieurement, ensuite, après coup
afterword {n} (an epilogue)  :: postface {f}
again {adv} /əˈɡɛn/ (another time)  :: de nouveau, encore
again {adv} (used in a question to ask something one has forgotten)  :: déjà
again and again {adv} (repeatedly)  :: encore et encore
against {prep} (as protection from)  :: face à
against {prep}  :: contre
against {prep} /əˈɡɛnst/ (in a contrary direction to)  :: contre
against {prep} (in anticipation of, in preparation for)  :: pour
against {prep} (in competition with)  :: contre
against {prep} (in opposition to)  :: contre
against {prep} (in physical contact with)  :: contre
against all odds {prep} (despite seemingly insurmountable opposition or probability)  :: contre tout pronostic, contre toute attente, défendre le dernier carré
against the clock {prep} (in a time-restricted manner)  :: contre la montre
against the grain {prep} (contrary to what is expected.)  :: à contre-courant
against the grain {prep} /əˈɡɛnst ðə ɡreɪn/ (woodworking)  :: à contre-fil
against the grain {prep} (unwillingly, reluctantly)  :: à contre-cœur
agalmatophilia {n} (paraphilia)  :: agalmatophilie {f}
agate {n} /ˈæɡ.et/ (mineral)  :: agate
Agatha {prop} (female given name)  :: Agathe {f}
age {n} (century) SEE: century  ::
age {n} /eɪdʒ/ (whole duration of a being)  :: âge {m}
age {n} (generation (see also generation))  :: génération {f}
age {n} (great period in the history of the Earth)  :: époque {f}, ère {f}
age {n} (particular period of time in history)  :: âge {m}
age {n} (part of the duration of a being or thing between its beginning and any given time)  :: âge {m}
age {v} (intransitive: become old)  :: vieillir
aged care {n} (eldercare) SEE: eldercare  ::
age group {n} (demographic grouping based on age)  :: tranche d'âge {f}, groupe d'âge {m}
ageing {n} (process of becoming older or more mature)  :: vieillissement
agency {n} /ˈeɪ.dʒən.si/ (agent) SEE: agent  ::
agency {n} (place of business of an agent)  :: agence {f}, action {f}, organisme {m}
agenda {n} /ʌˈdʒɛn.də/ (temporally organized plan)  :: planning {m}
agenda {n} (list of matters to be taken up)  :: (in meetings) ordre du jour {m}
agent {n} /ˈeɪ.dʒɛnt/ (one who acts in place of another)  :: agent {m}
agent general {n} /ˌeɪdʒənt ˈdʒɛn(ə)ɹəl/ (representative of organisation / nation)  :: agent général {m}
agent noun {n} (noun that denotes an agent)  :: nom d'agent {m}
agent provocateur {n} /aʒɑ̃ pʀɔvɔkatœʀ/ (a person who disrupts a group's activities from within)  :: agent provocateur
age of consent {n} (an age at which one is legally mature enough to have sex)  :: majorité sexuelle {f}
Age of Enlightenment {prop} (period of history)  :: siècle des Lumières {m}
age of majority {n} (age at which the rights and privileges of an adult are legally granted)  :: majorité civile {f}, majorité légale {f}
aggiornamento {n} /əˌdʒɔːnəˈmɛntəʊ/ (reform of some teachings of Roman Catholic Church in 1962-65)  :: aggiornamento {m}
agglomeration {n} (act of collecting in a mass)  :: agglomération {f}
agglomeration {n} (extended city area)  :: agglomération {f}
agglomeration {n} (state of being collected in a mass)  :: agglomération {f}
agglutination {n} (act of uniting by glue or other tenacious substance)  :: agglutination {f}
agglutinative {adj} (having words derived by combining parts)  :: agglutinant
agglutinative {adj} (sticky)  :: agglutinant
aggregate {n} /ˈæɡrɪɡət/ (a mass formed by the union of homogeneous particles)  :: agrégat {m}
aggregate {n} (solid particles of low aspect ratio added to a composite material)  :: granulats {m-p}
aggregation {n} (a collection of particulars)  :: ar {m}, agrégation {f}, aggrégation {f} [archaic]
aggregation {n} (The act of aggregating, or the state of being aggregated)  :: agrégation {f}, aggrégation {f} [archaic]
aggregator {n} (feed reader)  :: agrégateur {m}
aggression {n} /əˈɡɹɛʃən/ (act of initiating hostilities or invasion)  :: aggression {f}
aggression {n} (hostile or destructive behavior or actions)  :: aggression {f}
aggression {n} (the practice or habit of launching attacks)  :: aggression {f}
aggressive {adj} /ʌˈɡɹɛs.ɪv/ (tending or disposed to aggress)  :: agressif
aggressiveness {n} (state or quality being aggressive)  :: agressivité {f}
aggressor {n} (the person who first attacks or makes an aggression)  :: agresseur {m}
agha {n} (an honorific for high officials used in Turkey and certain Muslim countries)  :: agha {m}, aga {m}
aghast {adj} /əˈɡæst/ (terrified)  :: effaré, stupéfait, épouvanté, paniqué, effrayé, affolé, pantois
Aghori {prop} (an order of Hindu ascetics)  :: aghori
agile {adj} /ˈæd͡ʒ.aɪl/ (having the faculty of quick motion in the limbs)  :: agile
agile gibbon {n} (Hylobates agilis)  :: gibbon agile {m}
agility {n} /əˈdʒɪl.ɪ.ti/ (quality of being agile)  :: agilité {f}
agitation {n} /æ.d͡ʒɪˈteɪ.ʃən/ (act of agitating)  :: agitation {f}
agitprop {n} /ˈædʒ.ɪtˌpɹɒp/ (political propaganda)  :: agitprop {f}
aglet {n} (catkin) SEE: catkin  ::
aglet {n} (cover of a shoelace) SEE: aiglet  ::
aglycone {n} (non-sugar fragment of a glycoside)  :: aglycone
agnathia {n} /æɡˈneɪ.θi.ə/ (birth defect)  :: agnathie
agnathic {adj} /æɡˈnæθɪk/ (agnathous) SEE: agnathous  ::
Agnes {prop} /ˈæɡ.nɪs/ (female given name)  :: Agnès
agnostic {adj} /æɡˈnɑːstɪk/ (of or relating to agnosticism)  :: agnostique
agnosticism {n} /æɡˈnɑstɪsɪzəm/ (view that the existence of a God or gods is unknown, unknowable, unproven, or unprovable)  :: agnosticisme {m}
ago {prep} /əˈɡoʊ/ (past; gone by; since)  :: il y a [used before the time]
agog {adj} /əˈɡɒɡ/ (wide open)  :: écarquillé
agog {adv} (in a state of high anticipation)  :: impatiemment
-agogue {suffix} (someone who leads)  :: -agogue
agonizing {adj} (causing agony)  :: agonisant
agony {n} /ˈæɡəniː/ (violent contest or striving)  :: agonie {f}
agoraphobia {n} /ˌæɡərəˈfoʊbiə/ (fear of open spaces)  :: agoraphobie
agouti {n} /əˈɡuːti/ (a rodent similar in appearance to a guinea pig but having longer legs)  :: agouti
Agra {prop} (city in India)  :: Âgrâ {m}
agrarian {adj} /əˈɡɹɛ(ə)ɹi.ən/ (relating to the cultivation of land)  :: agraire
agree {v}  :: accorder
agree {v} /əˈɡriː/ (harmonize in opinion; be in unison or concord; be united; concur)  :: être d'accord, consentir
agree {v} (grammar: to correspond in gender, number, case, or person)  :: accorder
agreeable {adj} /əˈɡriːəbl/ (pleasing)  :: agréable
agreeably {adv} (in an agreeable manner)  :: agréablement
agreed {interj} (interjection that expresses agreement)  :: d'accord
agreement {n} /əˈɡɹiːmənt/ (an understanding to follow a course of conduct)  :: accord {m}, entente {f}, pacte {m}
agreement {n} (grammatical agreement)  :: accord {m}
agreement {n} (legally binding contract enforceable in a court of law)  :: contrat {m}
agreement {n} (state whereby several parties share a view or opinion)  :: accord {m}
agreement in principle {n} (legally enforceable agreement)  :: accord de principe
agribusiness {n} (big business connected to agriculture)  :: agro-business {m}, agribusiness {m}
agricultural {adj} /ˌæɡɹɪˈkəlt͡ʃəɹəl/ (agricultural)  :: agricole
agriculture {n} /ˈæɡrɪˌkʌltʃɚ/ (the art or science of cultivating the ground)  :: agriculture {f}
Agrigento {prop} (province of Sicily)  :: Agrigente
agrimi {n} (type of goat)  :: chèvre sauvage crétoise {m}, kri-kri
agrisystem {n} (agricultural system)  :: agrosystème {m}, agro-système {m}
agritourism {n} (tourism in which tourists stay in farms)  :: agritourisme
agroeconomic {adj} (economics of agriculture)  :: agro-économique
agronomist {n} (scientist specialized in agronomy)  :: agronome {m} {f}
agronomy {n} (science of utilizing plants, animals, and soils for food, fuel, feed and more)  :: agronomie {f}
agrostology {n} (study of grasses)  :: agrostologie {f}
Aguascalientes {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Aguascalientes {m}
ague {n} /ˈeɪ.ɡju/ (intermittent fever, attended by alternate cold and hot fits)  :: fièvre {f}
ague {n} (malaria) SEE: malaria  ::
aha {interj} (exclamation of understanding, realization, invention, or recognition)  :: aha
Ahab {prop} (biblical king of Israel)  :: Achab
Ahasuerus {prop} (biblical king of Persia)  :: Assuérus
ahead {adv} /əˈhɛd/ (in or to the front)  :: devant
ahead of one's time {prep} (in advance of commonly accepted ideas)  :: en avance sur son temps
ahistorical {adj} (lacking historical perspective)  :: anhistorique {m} {f}
ahorse {adv} /əˈhɔːs/ (on the back of a horse) SEE: horseback  ::
ahorseback {adv} (on the back of a horse) SEE: horseback  ::
ahoy {interj} (used to hail a ship, etc)  :: ohé
AI {initialism} (artificial insemination)  :: IA {f}
AI {initialism} (artificial intelligence)  :: IA {f}
aid {n} (aide-de-camp) SEE: aide-de-camp  ::
aid {n} /eɪd/ (help; succor; assistance; relief)  :: aide {f}
aid {n} (subsidy granted to the crown by parliament)  :: aide {f}
aid {v} (to support)  :: aider
Aida {prop} (female given name)  :: Aïda {f}
aid climbing {n} (type of climbing)  :: escalade artificielle {f}
aide {n} /eɪd/ (assistant) SEE: assistant  ::
aide {n} (military: officer who acts as an assistant to a more senior one) SEE: aide-de-camp  ::
aide-de-camp {n} (military officer)  :: aide de camp {m}, adjudant {m}
AIDS {n} /eɪdz/ (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)  :: SIDA {m}
aid worker {n}  :: bénévole {m}
aiglet {n} /ˈeɪ.ɡlɛt/ (tip on a ribbon or cord)  :: aiglet {m}
aikido {n} /aɪˈkiːdəʊ/ (Japanese martial art)  :: aikido {m}
ail {v} /eɪl/ (to cause to suffer)  :: manquer, faillir
ail {v} (to be ill)  :: être malade, souffrir
ailment {n} (something which ails one; a disease; sickness)  :: maladie {f}
aim {n} /eɪm/ (point intended to be hit)  :: cible {f}
aim {n} (Intention; purpose)  :: objectif {m}
aim {v}  :: cibler
aim {v} (to point or direct a missile weapon)  :: viser
aimlessly {adv} (without an aim)  :: sans but, au hasard
Ain {prop} (département)  :: Ain
Ainu {adj} (pertaining to ethnic group or language)  :: aïnou {m}, aïnu {m}
Ainu {prop} (ethnic group)  :: aïnou {m}, aïnu {m}
Ainu {prop} (language)  :: aïnou {m}, aïnu {m}
aioli {n} /ʌɪˈəʊli/ (A type of sauce made from garlic, egg, lemon juice and olive oil)  :: aïoli
air {n} /ɛəɹ/ (historical: one of the basic elements)  :: air {m}
air {n} (mixture of gases making up the atmosphere of the Earth)  :: air {m}
air {n} (music: a song, an aria)  :: aria {f}
air {v} (to bring into contact with the air)  :: aérer
air {v} (to ventilate)  :: éventer, ventiler
airbag {n} (protective system in automobiles)  :: airbag {m}
air base {n} (airbase) SEE: airbase  ::
airbase {n} (military airport)  :: base aérienne {f}
air bed {n} (A bed that inflated with air)  :: matelas pneumatique {m}
air bladder {n} (swim bladder) SEE: swim bladder  ::
airborne {adj} (carried by the air)  :: aéroporté
air-condition {v} (to mechanically cool a space or an entire structure)  :: climatiser
air conditioner {n} (a machine that is used to control temperature and humidity in an enclosed space)  :: climatiseur {m}
air conditioning {n} (an air conditioner or system of air conditioners)  :: climatiseur
air conditioning {n} (the state of temperature and humidity produced by an air conditioner)  :: climatisation
aircraft {n} /ɛəkɹɑː̩ft/ (machine capable of atmospheric flight)  :: aéronef {m}
aircraft carrier {n} (warship for launching aircraft)  :: porte-avions {m}
air cushion {n} (layer of trapped air)  :: coussin d'air {m}
airer {n} (clotheshorse) SEE: clotheshorse  ::
airfield {n} (place where airplanes can take off and land)  :: aérodrome {m}
airfoil {n} (structure shaped to produce lift when moving in air)  :: profil d'aile {m}
airfoil {n} (wing of an aircraft) SEE: wing  ::
air force {n} (branch of the military devoted to air warfare)  :: armée de l'air {f}, force aérienne {f}
airframer {n} (airplane manufacturer)  :: avionneur {m}
airfreight {v} (airfreight) SEE: air cargo  ::
air freshener {n} (device containing substances that neutralize unpleasant odours)  :: désodorisant {m}
air gun {n} /ˈɛɹ.ɡə/ (gun that propels a projective by compressed air)  :: pistolet à l'air {m}, pistolet à air comprimé {m}
air hostess {n} (female flight attendant)  :: hôtesse de l'air {f}
airlift {n} (a flight)  :: pont aérien {m}
airlift {n} /ˈɛəlɪft/ (the transportation of troops)  :: pont aérien {m}
airline {n} (company that flies airplanes)  :: compagnie aérienne {f}
airliner {n} (passenger aircraft)  :: avion de ligne {m}
airlock {n} (used to provide access to and from the sealed area)  :: sas {m}
airmail {n} /ˈɛəmeɪl/ (the system of conveying mail using aircraft)  :: poste aérienne {f}, aérogramme {m}
airmail {n} (the items of mail so carried)  :: poste aérienne {m}, courrier aérien {m}
air pistol {n} (pistol that propels a pellet)  :: pistolet à l'air {m}, pistolet à air comprimé {m}
airplane {n} /ˈɛɹˌpleɪ̯n/ (powered aircraft)  :: avion {m}, aéroplane {m}
air pocket {n} (a local region of low atmospheric pressure, or a local downward current)  :: trou d'air {m}
air pollution {n} (contamination of the atmosphere by noxious gases and particulates)  :: pollution atmosphérique {f}
airport {n} /ˈɛːpɔːt/ (a place designated for airplanes)  :: aéroport {m}
air purifier {n} (device used to remove contaminants from the air)  :: purificateur d'air {m}
air raid {n} (attack on a ground target by military aircraft)  :: raid aérien {m}
air-raid shelter {n} (reinforced underground shelter designed to give protection against air raids)  :: abri anti-aérien {m}
air resistance {n} (Friction that slows things moving through air)  :: résistance de l'air {f}
airship {n} (self-propelled lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered) SEE: dirigible  ::
air show {n} (a public display of stunt flying, aerobatics, and historical aircraft)  :: spectacle aérien {m}, meeting aérien {m}
airsickness {n} (form of motion sickness)  :: mal de l'air {m}
airspace {n} (controlled portion of atmosphere)  :: espace aérien {m}
airspace {n} (part of sky used by aircraft)  :: espace aérien {m}
air strike {n} (attack by aircraft)  :: attaque aérienne {f}
air ticket {n} (a pass entitling the holder to travel in an aeroplane)  :: billet d'avion {m}
airtight {adj} (being impermeable to air or other gases)  :: hermétique, étanche
air-to-air {adj} (fired from an aircraft in flight at another one)  :: air-air
air-to-surface {adj} ( fired from an aircraft at a target on land or water)  :: air-sol
air traffic control {n} (system designed to give assistance to aircraft)  :: contrôle du trafic aérien {m}
airwaves {n}  :: (radio) airwaves ondes (hertziennes) {f-p}
airwaves {n} (radio wave) SEE: radio wave  ::
airway {n} (flight path used by aeroplanes)  :: route aérienne {f}
airway {n} (trachea) SEE: trachea  ::
airway {n} (windpipe) SEE: windpipe  ::
airwoman {n} (a female aviator)  :: aviatrice {f}
aisle {n} /aɪ̯l/ (corridor in a supermarket)  :: rayon {m}
Aisne {prop} (département)  :: Aisne {m}
Aisne {prop} (river)  :: Aisne {m}
aitch {n} /eɪtʃ/ (name of the letter H, h)  :: âche {m} {f}, ache {m} {f}
Ajaccio {prop} /aˈʒaksɪəʊ/ (capital city of Corsica)  :: Ajaccio
ajar {adj} (slightly turned or opened)  :: entrebâillé, entrouvert
ajar {adv} /əˈd͡ʒɑɹ/ (slightly turned or opened)  :: entrouvert, entrebâillé
a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step {proverb} (a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step)  :: un voyage de mille lieues commence toujours par un premier pas
AKA {prep} (also known as)  :: alias, autrement dit
Akan {prop} (language group spoken in Ghana)  :: akan {m}
akee {n} (tree)  :: aki {m}, akée
akimbo {adj} /əˈkɪm.boʊ/ (with a crook or bend; with the hand on the hip and elbow turned outward)  :: poings sur hanches
akin {adj} /ʌˈkɪn/ (of the same kin; related by blood)  :: apparenté {m} {f}
akin {adj} (of the same kind; similar)  :: analogue {m} {f}
akinesic {adj} (of or pertaining to akinesia)  :: akinésique {m} {f}, akinétique {m} {f}, acinétique {m} {f}
akinetic {adj} (akinesic) SEE: akinesic  ::
Akkadian {adj} /əˈkeɪ.di.ən/ (pertaining to the language)  :: akkadien, accadien {m}
Akkadian {prop} (Semitic language)  :: akkadien, accadien {m}
al {n} (Indian mulberry) SEE: Indian mulberry  ::
Alabama {prop} /ˌæ.lə.ˈbæ.mə/ (U.S. State)  :: Alabama
Alabama {prop} (tribe)  :: Alabama
alabaster {n} /ˈæl.əˌbæs.tɚ/ (variety of gypsum)  :: albâtre {m}
alacrity {n} /əˈlæk.ɹɪ.ti/ (eagerness)  :: alacrité {f}, empressement {m}
alacrity {n} (promptness)  :: rapidité {f}
Alan {prop} /ˈælən/ (male given name)  :: Alain
Al-Andalus {prop} (Islamic Spain)  :: Al-Andalus
alanine {n} (nonessential amino acid; C3H7NO2)  :: alanine {f}
Alaric {prop} (king of Visigoths)  :: Alaric
alarm {n}  :: alarme
alarm {n} /əˈlɑɹm/ (summons to arms)  :: alarme {f}
alarm {n} (mechanical contrivance for awaking)  :: réveille-matin {m}, réveil {m}
alarm {v}  :: alarmer, donner/sonner l'alerte
alarm clock {n} (type of clock)  :: réveil {m}, réveille-matin {m}
alarmism {n} (production of needless alarms)  :: alarmisme {m}
alarmist {n} (one who causes others to become alarmed without cause)  :: alarmiste {m} {f}
alas {interj} /əˈlas/ (exclamation of sorrow, etc.)  :: hélas
Alaska {prop} /ə.ˈlæ.skə/ (US state)  :: Alaska {m}
Alaskan Malamute {n} (Alaskan Malamute sled dog)  :: malamute de l’Alaska {m}
alated {adj} (alate) SEE: alate  ::
alb {n} (a long white robe worn by priests and other ministers)  :: aube {f}
Alban {prop} (male given name)  :: Alban
Albania {prop} /ælˈbeɪ.ni.ə/ (country in south-eastern Europe)  :: Albanie {f}
Albania {prop} (Caucasian Albania) SEE: Caucasian Albania  ::
Albanian {adj} /ælˈbeɪniən/ (Of or pertaining to Albania)  :: albanais
Albanian {n} (Person from Albania)  :: Albanais {m}, Albanaise {f}
Albanian {prop} (language)  :: albanais {m}
Albany {prop} (capital of New York)  :: Albany
albatross {n} /ˈæl.bəˌtrɔs/ (seabird)  :: albatros {m}
albedo {n} /ælˈbi.doʊ/ (the fraction of incident light or radiation reflected by a surface or body)  :: albédo {m}
albeit {conj} /ɔːlˈbi.ɪt/ (despite its being; although)  :: bien que, quoique
Albert {prop} /ˈælbɚt/ (male given name)  :: Albert {m}
Alberta {prop} /ˌælˈbɜː(ɹ).tə/ (province)  :: Alberta {f}
Albin {prop} (male given name)  :: Albin
albinism {n} (lack of melanin pigmentation)  :: albinisme {m}
albino {adj} /ælˈbaɪnoʊ/ (congenitally lacking melanin)  :: albinos
albino {n} (one congenitally lacking melanin)  :: albinos {m} {f}
albinoism {n} (albinism) SEE: albinism  ::
Albion {prop} (England)  :: Albion {f}
Albireo {prop} (Beta (β) Cygni.)  :: Albireo
album {n} (book for photographs, stamps, or autographs)  :: album {m}
album {n} (group of audio recordings on any media)  :: album {m}
album {n} (vinyl record)  :: album {m}
albumen {n} (white part of an egg)  :: glaire, blanc d’œuf {m}, blanc
albumenoid {n} (albuminoid) SEE: albuminoid  ::
albumin {n} /æl.ˈbjuː.mən/ (class of monomeric proteins that are soluble in water)  :: albumine {f}
alburnum {n} (sapwood) SEE: sapwood  ::
alchemical {adj} (pertaining to alchemy)  :: alchimique
alchemist {n} /ˈælkəmɪst/ (one who practices alchemy)  :: alchimiste {m} {f}
alchemy {n} /ˈæːlkeˌmiː/ (ancient chemistry)  :: alchimie {f}
alchemy {n} (causing of mysterious transmutation)  :: alchimie {f}
Alcibiades {prop} /ˌælsəˈbaɪədiz/ (Greek name)  :: Alcibiade
Alcmene {prop} /ælkˈmiːniː/ (the wife of Amphitryon and mother, by Zeus, of Heracles)  :: Alcmène
alcohol {n} /ˈælkəhɔl/ (organic chemistry sense)  :: alcool {m}
alcohol {n} (intoxicating beverage)  :: alcool {m}
alcoholaemia {n} (measure of the amount of alcohol)  :: alcoolémie {f}
alcoholaemia {n} (presence of alcohol)  :: alcoolémie {f}
alcohol-free {adj} (containing no alcohol)  :: sans alcool
alcoholic {adj} (having more than a trace amount of alcohol in its contents)  :: alcoolisé
alcoholic {adj} (of or pertaining to alcohol)  :: alcoolique
alcoholic {n} /ˌæl.kəˈhɒl.ɪk/ (a person addicted to alcohol)  :: alcoolique {m} {f}
alcoholic {n} (one who abuses alcohol)  :: alcoolique {m} {f}
Alcoholics Anonymous {prop} (proper noun)  :: Alcooliques Anonymes {m-p}
alcoholism {n} (chronic disease)  :: alcoolisme {m}
alcoholometry {n} (Measurement of concentration of alcohol in liquid)  :: alcoométrie
alcove {n} /ˈælkəʊv/ (small recessed area)  :: alcôve {f}
Aldebaran {prop} /alˈdɛbəɹən/ (star)  :: Aldébaran {m}
aldebaranium {n} (chemical element)  :: aldébaranium {m}
aldehyde {n} /ˈældɨhaɪd/ (organic compound of the general formula R·CHO)  :: aldéhyde {m}
alder {n} /ˈɔldɚ]/ (any tree or shrub of the genus Alnus)  :: aulne {m}, verne {m}
alderman {n} (member of a municipal legislative body in a city or town)  :: échevin {m}
Alderney {prop} (island)  :: Aurigny
ale {n} /eɪl/ (intoxicating liquor)  :: bière anglaise {f}, ale {f}
aleatory {adj} /ˈæɪlɪətɔri/ (depending on the throw of a die; random, arising by chance)  :: aléatoire
Alecto {prop} (Greek goddess of vengence)  :: Alecto {f}
Alejandro {prop} (cognates of Alejandro) SEE: Alexander  ::
alembic {n} /əˈlɛmbɪk/ (chemical apparatus)  :: alambic {m}
a leopard cannot change its spots {proverb} (one cannot change one's own nature)  :: chassez le naturel, il revient au galop
aleph {n} (first letter of the Proto-Canaanite alphabet and descendant script)  :: aleph
Aleppo {prop} /əˈlɛpoʊ/ (Syrian city)  :: Alep {m}
alert {adj} (attentive)  :: alerte
alert {n} (an alarm)  :: alarme {f}
Alessandria {prop}  :: Alexandrie
alethic {adj} /əˈliːθɪk/ (logic: pertaining to the modalities of truth)  :: aléthique {m} {f}
Aleutian {adj} (of the Aleutian Islands)  :: aléoutien
Aleutian {n} (a native or inhabitant of the Aleutian Islands)  :: Aléoutien
Aleutian Islands {prop} /æliːuːʃən ɑɪlændz/ (archipelago)  :: îles Aléoutiennes {m-p}
Alex {prop} /ˈælɪks/ (male given name) SEE: Alexius  ::
Alexander {prop} /ˌælɨɡˈzændɚ/ (male given name)  :: Alexandre {m}
Alexander the Great {prop} (the king of Macedonia)  :: Alexandre le Grand {m}
Alexandra {prop} (female given name)  :: Alexandra
Alexandria {prop} (city in Egypt)  :: Alexandrie
Alexandrina {prop} (female given name)  :: Alexandrine {f}
Alexandroupoli {prop} (city)  :: Alexandroúpoli, Alexandroúpolis
alexia {n} /ə.ˈlɛk.si.ə/ (inability to understand writing)  :: alexie {f}
Alexius {prop} (male given name)  :: Alexis
alfalfa {n} /ælˈfælfə/ (Medicago sativa)  :: luzerne {f}
alfenide {n} (an alloy of nickel and silver electroplated with silver)  :: alfénide
Alfonso {prop} (male given name)  :: Alphonse
Alfred {prop} (Male given name)  :: Alfred {m}
al fresco {adj} (outdoors)  :: en plein air
al fresco {adv} (outdoors)  :: en plein air
alfresco {adj} /æl.ˈfɹɛs.koʊ/ (outdoors)  :: en plein air
Alfvén wave {n} (a hydromagnetic shear wave in a charged plasma)  :: onde d’Alfvén {f}
alga {n} /ˈæl.ɡə/ (any of many aquatic photosynthetic organisms)  :: algue
algae {n} /ˈæl.dʒi/ (plural of alga)  :: algues {f-p}
algal {adj} (pertaining to, or like, algae)  :: algal
algebra {n} /ˈæl.dʒɪ.bɹə/ (system for computation)  :: algèbre {f}
algebra {n} (structure)  :: algèbre {f}
algebra {n} (study of algebraic structures)  :: algèbre {f}
algebra {n} (universal algebra) SEE: universal algebra  ::
algebraic {adj} (containing numbers, letters, and arithmetic operators)  :: algébrique
algebraic {adj} (relating to algebra)  :: algébrique
algebraic equation {n} (mathematical equation)  :: équation algébrique {f}
algebraic function {n} (math)  :: fonction algébrique
algebraic geometry {n} (branch of mathematics that studies solutions of systems of algebraic equations using both algebra and geometry)  :: géométrie algébrique {f}
algebraic structure {n} (sets with operations)  :: structure algébrique {f}
algebraist {n} (mathematician)  :: algébriste {m} {f}
Algeria {prop} /ælˈdʒɪəriə/ (country)  :: Algérie {f}
Algerian {adj} (of Algeria or its people)  :: algérien {m}, algérienne {f}
Algerian {n} /ælˈdʒɪriən/ (person from Algeria)  :: Algérien {m}, Algérienne {f}
Algherese {adj} (Catalan dialect)  :: alguérois
algid {adj} /ˈældʒɪd/ (cold, chilly)  :: froid, algide
algidity {n} (state of being algid)  :: algidité {f}
Algiers {prop} (the capital of Algeria)  :: Alger
algin {n} (any of various gelatinous gums derived from algae)  :: algine {f}
algorithm {n} /ˈælɡəɹɪðm/ (well-defined procedure)  :: algorithme {m}
algorithmic {adj} (relating to an algorithm)  :: algorithmique
Ali {prop} (male given name from Arabic)  :: Ali {m}
alias {n} /ˈeɪ.li.əs/ (another name; an assumed name)  :: pseudonyme {m}
alias {n}  :: pseudonyme {m}
alibi {n} /ˈæl.ə.baɪ/ (criminal legal defense)  :: alibi {m}
Alice {prop} /ˈæl.ɪs/ (female given name)  :: Alice {f}
a lie has no legs {proverb} (you can't get away with a lie)  :: la vérité finit toujours par triompher
alien {adj}  :: étranger {m}, [1] étrangère {f}, [2] contraire à
alien {n} /ˈeɪ.li.ən/ (person, etc. from outside)  :: étranger {m}, étrangère {f}
alien {n} (foreigner)  :: étranger {m}, étrangère {f}
alien {n} (life form of non-Earth origin)  :: extraterrestre, gamien {m}
alienate {v} /ˈeɪ.li.ə.neɪt/ (To convey or transfer)  :: aliéner
alienate {v} (To estrange)  :: aliéner
alienation {n} /ˌeɪliəˈneɪʃən]/ (the act of alienating)  :: aliénation {f}
alienation {n} (emotional isolation or dissociation)  :: aliénation {f}
alienation {n} (the state of being alienated)  :: aliénation {f}
alienist {n} /ˈeɪlɪənɪst/ (an expert in mental illness)  :: aliéniste
alienist {n} (psychiatrist) SEE: psychiatrist  ::
alienist {n} (psychologist) SEE: psychologist  ::
align {v}  :: aligner
align {v} /əˈlaɪn/ (To form in line; to fall into line)  :: aligner
align {v} (To adhere oneself with a group or a way of thinking)  :: aligner
alignment {n} (alliance of factions)  :: alliance {f}
alignment {n} /ɘˈɫaɪnmɘnt]/ (arrangement of items in a line)  :: alignement {m}
alignment {n} (astronomy: conjunction of two celestial objects)  :: conjonction {f}
alignment {n} (process of adjusting a mechanism such that its parts are aligned)  :: ajustage {m}
alignment {n} (transport: precise route or course of a road etc.)  :: itinéraire linéaire {m}
alike {adj} /əˈlaɪk/ (having resemblance; similar)  :: semblable {m} {f}, pareil {m}, analogue {m} {f}
alike {adv} (tn the same manner, form, or degree; equally)  :: pareillement
alimentary canal {n} (digestive tract) SEE: digestive tract  ::
alimony {n} (a court-enforced allowance)  :: pension alimentaire {f}
aline {v} (adhere oneself with a group or a way of thinking) SEE: align  ::
aline {v} (adjust or form to a line) SEE: align  ::
aline {v} /əˈlaɪn/ (form in line, fall into line) SEE: align  ::
aliphatic {adj} /ælɪˈfætɪk/ (organic chemistry: having carbon atoms arranged in an open chain)  :: aliphatique
aliquot {n} /ˈælɪkwɒt/ (portion)  :: aliquote {f}
a little {adv} (to a small extent or degree)  :: un peu
a little bird told me {phrase} (idiomatic)  :: mon petit doigt m’a dit
alive {adj} /əˈlaɪv/ (having life)  :: en vie, vivant
aliyah {n} (immigration of Jews into Israel)  :: Alya
Al Jazeera {prop} /æl dʒæˈziːrɐ]/ (Arabic satellite TV news channel)  :: Al Jazeera {f}
alkali {n} /ˈæl.kə.laɪ/ (class of caustic bases)  :: alcali {m}
alkalimetry {n} (process of determining the strength of an alkali)  :: alcalimétrie {f}
alkaline {adj} /ˈæl.kə.laɪn/ (of or relating to an alkali)  :: alcalin
alkaloid {n} /ˈælkəlɔɪd/ (organic heterocyclic base)  :: alcaloïde {m}
alkane {n} (saturated hydrocarbon of formula CnH2n+2)  :: alcane {m}
alkene {n} (unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon with one or more carbon–carbon double bonds)  :: alcène {m}
alkylation {n} (reaction in which an alkyl group is added to a molecule)  :: alkylation
alkyne {n} (hydrocarbon containing at least one carbon-carbon triple bond)  :: alcyne {m}
all {adv} /ɔl/ (intensifier)  :: tout {m}, toute {f}, tous {m-p}, toutes {f-p}
all {determiner} (every individual of the given class)  :: [before a countable noun] tous les {m-p}, toutes les {f-p}; [before an uncountable noun] tout le {m}, toute la {f}
all {determiner} (everyone) SEE: everyone  ::
all {determiner} (everything) SEE: everything  ::
all {determiner} (throughout the whole of (a stated period of time))  :: tout le {m}, toute la {f}
all {n} (everything possible)  :: tout {m}
Allah {prop} /əˈlɑː/ (God, in Islam)  :: Allah {m}
Allahu akbar {interj} /ˌaləhuː ˈakbɑː/ (Muslim takbir (proclamation))  :: Allah akbar
all along {adv} (duration, see also: for the entire time)  :: dès le départ, depuis le début
all and sundry {pron}  :: tous sans exception
allative {n} (allative case)  :: allatif {m}
allative case {n} (case used to indicate movement onto, or to the adjacency of something)  :: allatif {m}
all at once {adv} (unexpectedly)  :: soudain
all bark and no bite {adj} (full of big talk)  :: grande gueule
all but {adv} (very nearly)  :: presque, plus ou moins
all cats are gray at night {proverb} (all cats are grey in the dark) SEE: all cats are grey in the dark  ::
all cats are grey in the dark {proverb} (proverb)  :: la nuit, tous les chats sont gris; [Cajun French] dans la nuit, tous les chats sont gris
all day {adv} (the entire day)  :: toute la journée
all duck or no dinner {phrase} (all or nothing)  :: c'est ça ou rien
all ears {adj} (awaiting explanation)  :: tout ouïe
all ears {adj} (listening intensely)  :: tout ouïe
allegation {n} /ˌæl.ɪˈɡeɪ.ʃən/ (an assertion or accusation)  :: assertion, allégation
allege {v} /əˈlɛdʒ/ (assert without proof)  :: prétendre
alleged {adj} (asserted)  :: supposé
alleged {adj} (supposed)  :: supposé prétendu
allegedly {adv} (according to someone's allegation)  :: prétendument
allegement {n} (allegation) SEE: allegation  ::
allegiance {n} /əˈliː.dʒəns/ (loyalty to some cause, nation or ruler)  :: fidélité, loyauté, allégeance
allegoric {adj} (of, or relating to allegory)  :: allégorique
allegorical {adj} (of, relating to, or containing allegory)  :: allégorique
allegory {n}  :: allégorie {f}
allegory {n} (the representation of abstract principles)  :: allégorie {f}
allegretto {adv} (musical direction)  :: allégretto
allegretto {n} (a movement that is to be played fast and lively)  :: allégretto {m}
allele {n} /əˈliːl/ (variant of a gene)  :: allèle
allelomorph {n} (allele) SEE: allele  ::
alleluia {n} (Liturgical form of hallelujah)  :: alléluia
Allen key {n} /ˈælən kiː/ (a hex head wrench)  :: clé Allen {f}, clef Allen {f}
allergen {n} (substance)  :: allergène {m}
allergic {adj} /ə.ˈlɝ.dʒɪk]/ (having an allergy)  :: allergique
allergologist {n} (physician) SEE: allergist  ::
allergy {n} /ˈæl.ɚ.dʒi]/ (disorder of the immune system)  :: allergie {f}
allergy {n} (antipathy)  :: allergie {f}
allergy {n} (hypersensitivity)  :: allergie {f}
alleviate {v} /əlivieɪt/ (make less severe)  :: adoucir, calmer, soulager
alleviation {n} /əˌliːviˈeɪʃən/ (alleviation)  :: allégement {m}, soulagement {m}
alley {n} /ˈæli/ (narrow street)  :: ruelle {f}
alleyway {n} (narrow street)  :: allée {f}
alleyway {n} (passage between cabins)  :: allée {f}
All Fools' Day {n} (April Fools' Day) SEE: April Fools' Day  ::
all good things come to an end {proverb} (nothing lasts forever)  :: toutes les bonnes choses ont une fin
All Hallows' Day {prop} (Christian feast day)  :: Toussaint {f}
alliance {n} /əˈlaɪ.əns/ (state of being allied)  :: alliance {f}
alliance {n} (persons or parties allied)  :: alliance {f}
alliance {n} (treaty between nations)  :: alliance {f}
alliance {n} (union resembling that of families or states)  :: alliance {f}
Allied {adj}  :: interallié
Allier {prop} (département)  :: Allier
alligator {n} /ˈælɪɡeɪtɚ/ (large amphibious reptile of genus Alligator)  :: alligator {m}
alligator clip {n} (electronics connector)  :: pince crocodile
all in all {adv} (generally)  :: l'un dans l'autre, tout compte fait
all in good time {adv} ((set phrase) One should be patient.)  :: chaque chose en son temps
alliteration {n} (The repetition of consonants)  :: allitération {f}
all kidding aside {adv} (idiom, speech act)  :: sans plaisanter
allocate {v} /ˈæl.ə.keɪt/ (to set aside for a purpose)  :: allouer
allocate {v} (to distribute according to a plan)  :: allouer
allocation {n} (The process or procedure for allocating things, especially money or other resources.)  :: allocation {f}
allochthonous {adj} (originating in a place other than where it is found)  :: allogène
all of a sudden {adv} (colloquial: suddenly)  :: soudain, soudainement, subitement, tout à coup, tout d'un coup
all of the sudden {adv} (all of a sudden) SEE: all of a sudden  ::
allogamy {n} (fertilization)  :: allogamie
all one's eggs in one basket {n} (the state of having invested in one area only)  :: tous ses oeufs dans le même panier
allonge {n} (attachment to negotiable instrument)  :: allonge {f}
allonym {n} (the name of another person taken by an author as a pen name)  :: allonyme {m}
allophone {n} /ˈæləˌfoʊn/ (alternative pronunciation for a phoneme)  :: allophone {m}
allotrope {n} (form of an element that has a different molecular structure to another form of the same element)  :: allotrope {m}
allotropic {adj} (of an element that exhibits allotropy)  :: allotropique
allotropy {n} (having multiple atomic structures)  :: allotropie {f}
allotypical {adj} (allotypic) SEE: allotypic  ::
allow {v} /əˈlaʊ/ (to grant, give, admit, accord, afford, or yield; to let one have)  :: laisser, accorder, accorder
allow {v}  :: laisser
allow {v} (to permit)  :: permettre
allowance {n} (a child's allowance; pocket money) SEE: pocket money  ::
allowance {n} /əˈlaʊəns/ (a customary deduction from the gross weight of goods)  :: pension alimentaire {m}
allowed {v} (to be let one have)  :: permis, autorisé
allowedly {adv} (admittedly) SEE: admittedly  ::
alloy {n} /ˈælɔɪ/ (metal combined of more elements)  :: alliage {m}
alloy wheel {n} (aluminium wheel)  :: roue en alliage
alloy wheel {n} (mag wheel) SEE: mag wheel  ::
all right {adj} (in good health)  :: bien (to be all right, bien aller), en forme; are you all right?, ça va ?
all right {adj} /ˌɔːlˈraɪt/ (good)  :: bien, d'accord, ok
all right {adv} (fairly well)  :: bien
all right {interj} (Used as a general lead-in or beginning )  :: bien, bon
all right {interj} (Used to affirm, indicate agreement, or consent )  :: ça va, c'est bon
all right {interj} (Used to express exasperation or frustration, often with already )  :: bon, ça va bien (comme ça)
all right {interj} (Used to fill space or pauses )  :: alors, ok, bon
all right {interj} (Used to indicate support, favor or encouragement )  :: cest bon !, d'accord !, super
all rights reserved {phrase} (copyright notice formula)  :: tous droits réservés
all roads lead to Rome {proverb} (different paths to the same goal)  :: tous les chemins mènent à Rome
All Saints Day {n} (Christian festival)  :: Toussaint {f}
All Saints' Day {prop} (feast day)  :: Toussaint {f}
all's fair in love and war {proverb} (unpleasant behavior is acceptable during love and conflict)  :: à la guerre comme à la guerre
All Souls' Day {prop} (Christian feast day)  :: Commémoration des fidèles défunts
allspice {n} (spice)  :: quatre-épices, tout-épice {m}, piment de la jamaïque {m}
all's well that ends well {proverb} (even though something may have problems, it is all right ...)  :: tout est bien qui finit bien
all that glitters is not gold {proverb} (things that appear valuable or worthwhile might not actually be so)  :: tout ce qui brille n’est pas or
all that jazz {n} (everything else related to something; other similar things)  :: et tout cela
all the best {interj} (good luck)  :: plein de bonnes choses [familiar], sincères salutations [in an email]
all the more {adv} (even more)  :: d'autant plus
all the same {adv} (anyway; nevertheless; nonetheless)  :: néanmoins, tout de même
all the tea in China {n} (something priceless or invaluable)  :: [all the gold in the world] tout l'or du monde
all the time {adv} (always)  :: tout le temps
all the time {adv} (frequently)  :: tout le temps, à longueur de temps
all the way {adv} (to the end)  :: jusqu'au bout
all things being equal {adv} (without considering external factors)  :: toutes choses égales par ailleurs
all things come to those who wait {proverb} (good things come to those who wait) SEE: good things come to those who wait  ::
all things considered {adv} (all in all)  :: tout bien considéré
all thumbs {adj} (clumsy (idiom))  :: avoir deux mains gauches (have two left hands)
all together {adv} (altogether) SEE: altogether  ::
allure {n} /əˈl(j)ʊɚ]/ (The power to attract, entice; the quality causing attraction)  :: attirance {f}
alluring {adj} /ɚˈluɚ.rɪŋ/ (having to power to allure)  :: séduisant, attirant
allusive {adj} /əˈluː.sɪv/ (containing or making use of allusions)  :: allusif
alluvial {adj} /əˈluː.vi.əl/ (pertaining to the soil deposited by a stream)  :: alluvial
alluvial fan {n} (cone-shaped heap of alluvium)  :: cône de déjection {m}
alluvial fan {n}  :: éventail alluvial {m}
alluvial plain {n} (plain formed by deposition of sediment of a river)  :: plaine alluviale {f}
alluvium {n} (deposited material)  :: alluvion {f}
ally {n} (one united to another by treaty or league)  :: allié {m}
ally {v} /əˈlaɪ/ (to unite by agreement)  :: allié
ally {v} (to form a relation on less formal basis)  :: allié
allyl alcohol {n}  :: alcool allylique {m}
almah {n} /ˈælmə/ (dancing-girl)  :: almée {f}
alma mater {n} (graduated school)  :: alma mater {f}
almanac {n} /ˈɔlmənæk]/ (book or table listing astronomical, nautical or other events for the year)  :: almanach {m}
almandine {n} /ˈalməndʌɪn/ (mineral)  :: almandin {m}
almighty {adj} /ɔːlˈmaɪti/ (unlimited in might)  :: tout-puissant
Almighty {prop} (God, the supreme being)  :: le Tout-Puissant {m}
Almiros {prop} (Almyros) SEE: Almyros  ::
almond {n} /æmənd/ (nut)  :: amande {f}
almond {n} (tree)  :: amandier {m}
almond tree {n} (Prunus dulcis)  :: amandier {m}
almoner {n} /ˈæl.mə.nɚ/  :: aumônier {m}
almost {adv} /ˈɔl.moʊst/ (very close to)  :: presque
almost all {determiner} (all but a negligible set)  :: presque tous {p}
almost everywhere {adv} (everywhere except at a set of measure zero)  :: presque partout
alms {n} /ɑmz/ (something given to the poor as charity)  :: aumône {f}
almuce {n} (hood or cape made of fur)  :: aumusse {f}
aloe {n} (plant of the genus Aloe)  :: aloès {m}
aloft {adv} /əˈlɔft/ (above)  :: en haut, en l'air
alogical {adj} (not based upon logic)  :: alogique {m} {f}
alogically {adv} (in an alogical way)  :: alogiquement
aloha {interj} /əˈloʊˌhɑ/ (hello) SEE: hello  ::
aloha {interj} (goodbye) SEE: goodbye  ::
alone {adv} /əˈloʊn/ (by oneself)  :: seul
along {adv} (in company, together)  :: accompagné
along {prep} /əˈlɔŋ/ (by the length of; in a line with the length of; lengthwise next to)  :: le long de
alongside {adv} /ʌ.lɑŋˈsaɪd/ (along the side; by the side; side by side with)  :: à côté de le long de
alongside {prep} (together with or at the same time)  :: côte-à-côte avec
aloof {adj} (reserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant)  :: distant, dédaigneux, résevé
aloof {adv} /ʌˈluːf/ (at or from a distance)  :: à l'écart, à distance
aloof {adv} (without sympathy)  :: dédaigneusement
alopecia {n} /æloʊˈpiː.ʃ(i)ə/ (baldness) SEE: baldness  ::
alopecia {n} (medicine: loss of hair)  :: alopécie {f}
alopecia {n} (pathology: deficiency of the hair)  :: alopécie {f}
a lot {adv} (often)  :: souvent
a lot {adv} (very much)  :: beaucoup
a lot {n} (a large amount)  :: beaucoup
aloud {adv} (audibly, not silent)  :: à haute voix
aloud {adv} /ʌˈlaʊd/ (loudly)  :: à voix haute, à haute voix, fort
Aloysius {prop} /æl.əʊˈɪʃ.əs/ (male given name)  :: Aloïs {m}
alpaca {n} /ælˈpækə/ (camelid animal of the Andes)  :: alpaga {m}
Alpes-de-Haute-Provence {prop} (département)  :: Alpes-de-Haute-Provence {f-p}
Alpes-Maritimes {prop} (département)  :: Alpes-Maritimes {f-p}
alpha {n} /ˈæɫfə/ (name of the letter Α, α)  :: alpha {m}
alpha {n} (name of the letter Ɑ, ɑ) SEE: Latin alpha  ::
alpha and omega {n} (the first and the last)  :: l’alpha et l’oméga {m}
alphabet {n} /ˈæl.fə.bɛt/ (an ordered set of letters used in a language)  :: alphabet {m}
alphabetic {adj} (of or relating to an alphabet)  :: alphabétique
alphabetical {adj} /ˌælf.əˈbɛt.ɪk.əl/ (in the sequence of the letters of the alphabet)  :: alphabétique, abécédaire
alphabetically {adv} (arranged in the sequence of the alphabet)  :: alphabétiquement
alphabetically {adv} (in an alphabetical manner)  :: alphabétiquement
alphabetical order {n} (the sequence of a collection of items)  :: ordre alphabétique {m}
alphabetisation {n} (act of arranging in alphabetical order)  :: alphabétisation
alphabetism {n} (form of discrimination)  :: alphabétisme {m}
Alpha Centauri {prop} (brightest star in the southern constellation of Centaurus)  :: Alpha Centauri {f}, Alpha du Centaure {f}
alpha female {n} (dominant female animal)  :: femelle dominante {f}
alpha male {n} (dominant male in a group of animals)  :: mâle dominant {m}
alphanumeric {adj} (consisting of letters and numbers)  :: alpha-numérique
alphanumerical {adj} (alphanumeric) SEE: alphanumeric  ::
alpha particle {n} (positively charged nucleus)  :: particule α {f}, particule alpha {f}
alpha radiation {n} (radiation of alpha particles)  :: radioactivité alpha {f}, rayonnement alpha {m}
alphorn {n} /ˈalp.hɔːn/ (musical instrument)  :: cor des Alpes {m}
Alpine {adj} (Relating to the Alps)  :: alpin
alpine chough {n} /ˈalpaɪnˈtʃʌf/ (alpine chough)  :: chocard à bec jaune {m}
alpine skiing {n} (sport)  :: ski alpin {m}
alpinist {n} (mountain climber) SEE: mountaineer  ::
Alps {prop} /ælps/ (a mountain range in Western Europe)  :: Alpes {f-p}
al-Qaeda {prop} /ɒl ˈkaɪdə/ (The global network of militant Islamic extremists.)  :: Al-Qaida
al-Quds {prop} /ɒl ˈkʊdz/ (Jerusalem) SEE: Jerusalem  ::
already {adv} /ɔːlˈrɛdi/ (prior to some time)  :: déjà
already {adv} (used to emphasize impatience or express exasperation)  :: à la fin
Alsace {prop} (region on the west bank of the upper Rhine)  :: Alsace {f}
alsatian {n} /ælˈseɪʃən/ (dog) SEE: German shepherd  ::
Alsatian {adj} /ælˈseɪʃən/ (of or relating to Alsace)  :: alsacien {m}, alsacienne {f}
Alsatian {n} (dog) SEE: German shepherd  ::
Alsatian {n} (person from Alsace)  :: Alsacien {m}, Alsacienne {f}
Alsatian {prop} (language of Alsace)  :: alsacien {m}
also {adv} /ˈɔl.soʊ/ (in addition; besides; as well; further; too)  :: aussi, également
also known as {adv} (used to introduce an alternative name) SEE: AKA  ::
Altai {prop} (Altay) SEE: Altay  ::
altar {n} (flat-topped structure used for religious rites)  :: autel
Altay {prop} (a mountain range)  :: Altaï {m}
altercation {n} /ɔl.tɚˈke.ʃən/ (dispute)  :: altercation {f}, dispute {f}
alter ego {n} (alternate personality or persona)  :: alter ego {m}, un autre moi-même {m}
alterity {n} (otherness)  :: altérité {f}
alternate {adj} /ˈɔl.tɚ.nət/ (other; alternative)  :: alternatif {m}, alternative {f}
alternate {v} (to vary by turns)  :: alterner
alternating {adj} (such that it alternates)  :: alternatif, alternant
alternation {n} (inclusive or) SEE: inclusive or  ::
alternation {n} /ˈɔːl.tɚˌneɪ.ʃən/ (ablaut) SEE: ablaut  ::
alternative {adj} /ɔːlˈtɜːnətɪv/ (Relating to a choice)  :: alternatif {m}
alternative {adj} (other)  :: alternatif {m}
alternative {n} (a situation which allows a choice between two or more possibilities)  :: alternative {f}
alternative {n} (one of several things which can be chosen)  :: alternative {f}
alternative medicine {n} (any of various medical methods and practices used in place of conventional medicine)  :: médecine non conventionnelle {f}
alternator {n} (an electric generator which produces alternating current)  :: alternateur {m}
although {conj} (but)  :: bien que, quoique
although {conj} /ɑlˈðoʊ/ (in spite of the fact that)  :: bien que, quoique
altimeter {n} (an apparatus for measuring altitude)  :: altimètre {m}
altimetry {n} (the science of measuring altitude)  :: altimétrie {m}
altitude {n} /ˈælt.ɪˌtuːd/ (absolute height)  :: altitude {f}
altitude {n} (distance measured angularly of a heavenly body)  :: altitude {f}
altitude {n} (distance measured perpendicularly from a figure's vertex to the opposite side of the vertex)  :: hauteur {f}
altitude {n} (distance measured upwards)  :: altitude {f}
alt key {n} (computing: a key on a keyboard)  :: touche Alt {f}
alto {n} /ˈæl.toʊ/ (musical part)  :: alto {m}
alto {n}  :: alto
altogether {adv} /ɔl.tuˈɡɛθ.ɚ/ (without exception; wholly; completely)  :: complètement
altogether {adv} (on the whole; everything considered)  :: en même temps, quoi qu'il en soit
altophobia {n} (acrophobia) SEE: acrophobia  ::
altruism {n} (policy that benefits others' interests)  :: altruisme {m}
altruist {n} (person imbued with altruism)  :: altruiste {m} {f}
altruistic {adj} /ˌæl.tɹuˈɪs.tɪk/ (regardful of others; beneficent; unselfish)  :: altruiste {m} {f}, désintéressé
alula {n} (bastard wing) SEE: bastard wing  ::
alum {n} /ˈæləm/ (chemistry: double sulfate)  :: alun {m}
aluminium {n} /ˌæl.(j)uˈmɪn.i.əm/ (silvery metal)  :: aluminium {m}
aluminium foil {n} (thin sheets of aluminium)  :: papier d'aluminium {m}, papier d’alu {m}
aluminothermy {n} (the production of a metal from its oxide by heating it with aluminium)  :: aluminothermie {f}
aluminum {n} /ə.ˈlu.mɪ̆.ˌnə̆m/ (aluminium) SEE: aluminium  ::
alumna {n} (a female graduate)  :: diplômée {f}
alumna {n} (a female pupil or student)  :: étudiante {f}, élève {f}
alumna {n} (a graduate)  :: diplômée {f}
alumna {n} (a student)  :: étudiante {f}
alumnus {n} (a graduate)  :: diplômé {m}
alumnus {n} (a male graduate)  :: diplômé {m}
alumnus {n} (a male pupil or student)  :: étudiant {m}, élève {m}; ancien {m}, élève {m}
alumnus {n} (a student)  :: étudiant {m}
alveolar {adj} /æl.ˈvi.ə.lɚ/ (of or relating to the alvelous)  :: alvéolaire
alveolar {n} (an alveolar consonant)  :: alvéolaire {f}
always {adv} /ˈɔl.weɪz/ (at all times)  :: toujours
Alzheimer's disease {n} /ˈɑːltshaɪmə(r)z/ (mental disorder from brain tissue changes)  :: maladie d'Alzheimer {f}
a.m. {adv} (before noon)  :: du matin
ama {n} (amah) SEE: amah  ::
A major {n} (major key)  :: la majeur
amalgam {n} /əˈmæːl.ɡəm/ (combination)  :: amalgame {m}
amalgamation {n} /əˌmælɡəˈmeɪʃən/  :: amalgamation
Amanda {prop} (female given name)  :: Amanda
a man is known by the company he keeps {proverb} (proverb)  :: qui se ressemble s'assemble
amanita {n} (mushroom of the genus Amanita)  :: amanite {f}, amanite tue-mouches {f}
amanuensis {n} (a clerk, secretary or stenographer)  :: sténographe
amanuensis {n} (one employed to take dictation)  :: copieur {m}, secretaire {m}
amaranth {n} (color/ dye)  :: amarante {f}
amaranth {n} (herb)  :: amarante {f}
amaretto {n} (a sweet almond-flavoured liqueur)  :: amaretto {m}
amaryllis {n} /ˌæməˈrɪlɪs/ (the belladonna lily Amaryllis belladonna)  :: amaryllis {f}
amass {v} /ʌˈmæs/ (to collect into a mass or heap)  :: amasser
amateur {n} /ˈæmətɚ/ (person attached to a pursuit without pursuing it professionally)  :: amateur {m}, amateuse {f}
amateur {n} (someone who is inept)  :: amateur {m}, amateuse {f}
amateur radio {n} (hobby)  :: CB {f}
amathophobia {n} (fear of dust)  :: amathophobie {f}
amaze {v} /əˈmeɪz/ (to fill with surprise, astonish)  :: stupéfier
amazed {adj} (astonished; confounded with fear, surprise or wonder)  :: stupéfié {m}, abasourdi {m}
amazement {n} /əˈmeɪz.mənt/ (the condition of being amazed; overwhelming wonder, as from surprise, sudden fear)  :: stupéfaction {f}, stupeur {f}
amazing {adj} /əˈmeɪzɪŋ/ (causing wonder and amazement)  :: étonnant
amazingly {adv} (difficult to believe)  :: incroyablement
amazingly {adv} (to a wonder-inspiring extent)  :: incroyablement
amazingly {adv} (wonderfully)  :: incroyablement, brillamment, superbement
amazon {n} /ˈæməzɑːn/ (tall, strong, athletic woman)  :: amazone {f}
Amazon {prop} /ˈæməzɑːn/ (River)  :: Amazone {f}
Amazonian {adj} (of or relating to the Amazons)  :: amazonien {m}
Amazonian antshrike {n} (Thamnophilus amazonicus)  :: batara d'Amazonie
amazonite {n} (gem)  :: amazonite {f}
amœba {n} /əˈmiːbə/ (amoeba) SEE: amoeba  ::
ambages {n} /ˈambɪd͡ʒɪz/ (indirect or roundabout ways of talking) SEE: circumlocution  ::
ambassador {n} /æmˈbæs.ə.dɚ/ (minister)  :: ambassadeur {m}, ambassadrice {f}
ambassadress {n} (a female ambassador)  :: ambassadrice {f}
amber {adj} (of a brownish yellow colour)  :: ambré
amber {n} /ˈæm.bəɹ/ (fossil resin)  :: ambre {m}, ambre jaune {m}
amber {n} (ambergris) SEE: ambergris  ::
amber {n} (colour)  :: couleur d'ambre {f}
amber {n} (traffic light colour)  :: feu orange {m}
Amber {prop} /ˈæm.bɚ/ (female given name)  :: Ambre
ambergris {n} /ˈæmbɚɡɹɪs/ (waxy substance produced by sperm whales)  :: ambre gris {m}
amberjack {n} /ˈæmbɚdʒæk/  :: Sériole couronnée
ambidexterity {n} (property)  :: ambidextrie {f}
ambidextrous {adj} /æm.bi.ˈdɛk.stɹəs/ (having equal ability in both hands)  :: ambidextre {m} {f}
ambigram {n} (design that may be read in two different ways)  :: ambigramme {m}
ambiguate {v} (to make more ambiguous)  :: ambiguïser
ambiguity {n} /æmbɪɡˈjuɪtiː/ (something liable to more than one interpretation)  :: ambiguïté {f}
ambiguous {adj} /æmˈbɪɡjuəs/ (open to multiple interpretations)  :: ambigu
ambiguous {adj} (vague and unclear)  :: ambigu {m}
ambition {n} /æmˈbɪ.ʃən/  :: ambition {f}
ambitious {adj} /æmˈbɪʃ.əs/ (possessing, or controlled by, ambition)  :: ambitieux
ambivalent {adj} /æmˈbɪv.ə.lənt/ (experiencing or expressing opposing feelings)  :: ambivalent
amble {v} (to stroll or walk slowly and leisurely)  :: déambuler
amblyopia {n} /æmblɪˈəʊpɪə/ (dimness or blurring of the eyesight)  :: amblyopie {f}
ambo {n} /ˈæmbəʊ/ (raised platform)  :: ambon {m}
ambo {n} (informal: ambulance driver)  :: ambulancier {m}
ambrosia {n} /æmˈbɹoʊʒə/ (food of gods or delicious foods)  :: ambroisie {f}
ambulance {n} /ˈæmbjələns/ (emergency vehicle)  :: ambulance {f}
ambulanceman {n} (driver of an ambulance)  :: ambulancier {m}
ambulancewoman {n} (driver of an ambulance)  :: ambulancière {f}
ambulatory {adj} (Of, relating to, or adapted to walking)  :: ambulatoire {m} {f}, déambulatoire {m} {f}
ambulatory {adj} (Performed on or involving an ambulatory patient or an outpatient)  :: ambulatoire {m} {f}
ambulatory {n} (round walkway encircling the altar)  :: déambulatoire
ambuscade {n} /ˈæmbəsˌkeɪd/ (ambush)  :: embuscade {f}
ambuscade {v} (to lie in wait for, or to attack)  :: embusquer
ambush {n} (a concealed station)  :: embuscade {f}
ambush {n} /ˈæm.bʊʃ/ (a disposition or arrangement of troops for attacking an enemy unexpectedly from a concealed station)  :: embuscade
ameban {adj} (of, pertaining to, or resembling an amoeba)  :: amibien
Amelia {prop} /əˈmiːljə/ (female given name)  :: Amélie {f}
ameliorate {v} /əˈmiːliəreɪt/ (to make better)  :: améliorer
amelioration {n} (improvement)  :: amélioration {f}
amen {adv} /eɪˈmɛn/ (so be it)  :: amen
amen {adv} (truly, verily)  :: amen
amen {n}  :: amen {m}
amenable {adj} /əˈmiːnəbl/ (Willing to comply with; agreeable)  :: conciliant
amend {v}  :: amender
amend {v} /əˈmɛnd/ (to make better)  :: amender
amendment {n} /ʌˈmɛnd.mənt/ (correction or addition to a law)  :: amendement {m}
amenity {n} (convenience) SEE: convenience  ::
amenity {n} /əˈmiːnəti/ (pleasantness)  :: aménité {f}, agrément {m}
amenity {n} (something that makes life easier or more pleasant)  :: commodité {f}
amenorrhoea {n} /əˌmɛnəˈɹiːə/ (lack of a menstrual period)  :: aménorrhée {f}
amerce {v} /əˈmɝs/ (to impose a fine on) SEE: fine  ::
amerce {v} (to make an exaction) SEE: punish  ::
America {prop} /əˈmɛɹɪkə/ (continent of America (see also Americas))  :: Amérique {f}
America {prop} (United States of America) SEE: United States of America  ::
American {adj} (of or pertaining to the Americas)  :: américain
American {adj} (of or pertaining to the U.S. or its culture)  :: américain, états-unien
American {n} /əˈmɛɹəkən/ (person born in or citizen of the USA)  :: Américain {m}, États-Unien {m}
American {prop} (American English)  :: anglais américain
American badger {n} (Taxidea taxus)  :: blaireau d'Amérique {m}
American bison {n} /əˈmɛɽɪkænˈbɪsɔn/ (mammal)  :: bison d'amérique {m}
American black vulture {n} (black vulture) SEE: black vulture  ::
American brook char {n} (Salvelinus fontinalis) SEE: brook trout  ::
American Bulldog {n} (American Bulldog)  :: bouledogue américain {m}
American Civil War {prop} (civil war in the United States (1861-1865))  :: guerre de Sécession {f}, guerre civile américaine {f}
American Dream {n} (determination)  :: rêve américain {m}
American Dream {n} (philosophy)  :: rêve américain {m}
American eagle {n} (bald eagle) SEE: bald eagle  ::
American English {prop} (English of the United States)  :: anglais américain {m}
American English {prop} (North American English)  :: anglais américain {m}
American football {prop} (American football)  :: football américain {m}; Canada: football {m}
American Indian {n} (a member of some indigenous peoples of the Americas, see also: Amerindian, see also: Native American)  :: Amérindien {m}, Amérindienne {f}
Americanisation {n} (assimilation)  :: américanisation {f}
Americanism {n} (linguistic feature)  :: américanisme
Americanism {n} (preference)  :: américanisme
Americanization {n} (Americanisation) SEE: Americanisation  ::
Americanize {v} (to make American)  :: américaniser
American kestrel {n} (species)  :: crécerelle d'Amérique {f}
American pokeweed {n} (pokeweed) SEE: pokeweed  ::
American Samoa {prop} /əˈmɛɹ.ɪ.kən səˈmoʊ.ə/ (US overseas territory in Oceania)  :: Samoa américaines {f-p}
American Sign Language {prop} (language that uses hands, facial expressions, and other bodily behavior to communicate)  :: langue des signes américaine {f}
American sweetgum {n} (deciduous tree)  :: copalme d'Amérique
American white birch {n} (Betula papyrifera) SEE: paper birch  ::
Americas {prop} (North and South America)  :: Amériques {f}
americium {n} (chemical element with atomic number 95)  :: américium {m}
Amerindian {n} /ˌæməˈrɪndiən/ (an American Indian, see also: American Indian, see also: Native American)  :: amérindien {m} / amérindienne {f}
Amerindians {n} (plural form of Amerindian)  :: amérindiens {m} / amérindiennes {f}
amethyst {n} /ˈæməθɪst/ (gem)  :: améthyste {f}
Amharic {prop} /æmˈhæɹɪk/ (language)  :: amharique {m}
amiable {adj} /ˈeɪ.mi.ə.bəl/ (friendly as an amiable temper or mood)  :: aimable {m} {f}
amiable {adj} (possessing sweetness of disposition)  :: aimable {m} {f}
amicable {adj} /ˈæmɪkəbl/ (showing friendliness or goodwill)  :: amiable (agreement), amical (person)
amid {prep} /əˈmɪd/ (surrounded by)  :: au milieu de, entre, parmi, entouré de
amide {n} (ionic derivative of ammonia)  :: amidure {m}
amide {n} (organic chemistry: derivative of an oxoacid)  :: amide {m}
Amiens {prop} (a large city in The Somme)  :: Amiens
amigo {n} /əˈmiɡoʊ]/ (friend) SEE: friend  ::
aminal {n} (organic compound with two amino groups on the same carbon atom)  :: amine {f}
amine {n} (organic compound containing an amine functional group)  :: amine {f}
-amine {suffix} (an amine)  :: -amine
amine oxide {n} (class of organic compound)  :: oxyde d'amine {m}
amine ylide {n} (an ammonium ylide)  :: ylure d'ammonium {m}
amino acid {n} (any of the twenty α-amino acids)  :: acide aminé {m}
amino acid {n} (any organic compound containing amino and carboxylic acid)  :: acide aminé {m}
aminogram {n}  :: aminogramme {f}
aminomycin {n} (perimycin) SEE: perimycin  ::
A minor {n} (minor chord)  :: la mineur {m}
A minor {n} (minor key)  :: la mineur {m}
Amish {prop} /ˈɑmɪʃ/ (a strict Anabaptist sect)  :: Amish
amiss {adj} /əˈmɪs/ (wrong) SEE: wrong  ::
amity {n} (friendship)  :: amitié {f}
Amman {prop} /ɑːˈmɑːn/ (the capital of Jordan)  :: Amman {m}
ammeter {n} (device that measures an electric current)  :: ampèremètre {m}
ammonia {n} /ʌˈmon.jʌ/ (the compound NH3)  :: ammoniaque {f}
ammonic {adj} (of or pertaining to ammonia)  :: ammoniac {m}, ammoniaque {m}
ammonical {adj} (of or pertaining to ammonia)  :: ammoniac {m}, ammoniaque {m}
ammonium {n} (univalent NH4+ cation)  :: ammonium {m}
ammunition {n} /ˌæmjuˈnɪʃən/ (articles used in charging firearms)  :: balle, munitions
amnesia {n} /ˌæmˈniʒə/ (loss of memory)  :: amnésie {f}
amnesic {adj} (of, pertaining to, or suffering from amnesia)  :: amnésique {m} {f}
amnesty {n} (act of the sovereign power)  :: amnistie
amnesty {n} /ˈæm.nɪ.sti/ (forgetfulness)  :: amnistie {f}
amnesty {v} (to grant a pardon (to a group))  :: amnistier
amnicolist {n} /æmˈnɪkəlɪst/  :: riverain {m}
amniocentesis {n} /ˌamnɪə(ʊ)sɛnˈtiːsɪs/ (procedure for obtaining amniotic fluid)  :: amniocentèse {f}
amnion {n} /ˈæmnɪɑːn/ (innermost membrane of the fetal membranes of reptiles, birds, and mammals)  :: amnios {m}
amniotic fluid {n} (fluid that surrounds a developing embryo or fetus)  :: liquide amniotique {m}
amoeba {n} /əˈmiːbə/ (a member of a genus of unicellular protozoa)  :: amibe {f}
among {prep} /əˈmʌŋ/ (mingling or intermixing)  :: parmi
amorous {adj} /ˈæm(ə)ɹəs/ (inclined to love)  :: amoureux
amorous {adj} (affected with love)  :: amoureux
amorous {adj} (indicating love or sexual desire)  :: amoureux
amorous {adj} (of or relating to, or produced by, love)  :: amoureux
amorously {adv} /ˈæmərəsli/ (in an amorous manner)  :: amoureusement
amorphous {adj}  :: amorphe
amorphous {adj} /əˈmɔrfəs/ (physics: in the non-chrystalline state of solid)  :: amorphe
amortization {n} (process of distributing asset cost)  :: amortissement {m}
Amory {prop} (male given name)  :: Amaury
Amos {prop} (figure mentioned in the Old Testament)  :: Amos
amount {n} /əˈmaʊnt/ (total or sum of items)  :: montant {m}
amount {n} (number of elements in a set) SEE: number  ::
amount {n} (quantity or volume)  :: quantité {f}
amount {v} (to be the same as)  :: correspondre
amount {v} (to total or evaluate)  :: monter
ampelography {n} (science of grapevine cultivars)  :: ampélographie
ampere {n} (unit of electrical current)  :: ampère {m}
ampersand {n} /ˈæm.pə(ɹ).sænd/ (the symbol &)  :: esperluette {f}, esperluète {f}, perluète {f} ; et commercial {m}
ampersat {n} /ˈæm.pɚ.sæt/ (at sign) SEE: at sign  ::
amphetamine {n} /æmˈfɛtəmin/ (amphetamine)  :: amphétamine {f}
amphibian {n} /æmˈfɪbɪən/ (vertebrate)  :: amphibien {m}
amphibious {adj} /æmˈfɪbiəs]/  :: amphibie {m} {f}
amphibole {n} (Large group of similar hydrated double silicate minerals)  :: amphibole {f}
amphiprostyle {adj} (having columns at either end but not along the sides)  :: amphiprostyle {m}
amphitheatre {n} /ˈæmfəˌθiːjətɚ/ (an open, outdoor theatre)  :: amphithéâtre {m}
amphora {n} (type of jar)  :: amphore {f}
ample {adj} /ˈæmpl/ (large; great in size)  :: ample
amplifier {n} /ˈæmpləfaɪɚ/ (anything that amplifies)  :: amplificateur {m}
amplifier {n} (an appliance or circuit)  :: amplificateur {m}
amplitude {n} /ˈæmplɪtud/ (math: maximum absolute value)  :: amplitude {f}
amplitude {n} (physics: maximum absolute value)  :: amplitude {f}
amplitude modulation {n} (method of sending information)  :: modulation d'amplitude {f}
amply {adv} /ˈæmp.li/ (in an ample manner)  :: amplement
ampoule {n} /ˈæmpuːl/ (small glass vial hermetically sealed)  :: ampoule {f}
amputate {v} (To surgically remove a body part)  :: amputer
amputation {n} (surgical removal of a limb)  :: amputation {f}
Amsterdam {prop} /ˈæmstəɹˌdæm/ (capital of the Netherlands)  :: Amsterdam {m}
Amsterdamer {n} (An inhabitant or a resident of Amsterdam)  :: Amstellodamois {m}, Amstellodamoise {f}
AMT {initialism} (Metropolitan Transit Agency)  :: AMT
amulet {n} /ˈæmjəlɪt/ (object intended to bring protection to its owner)  :: amulette {f}
Amur {prop} (Heilongjiang) SEE: Heilongjiang  ::
Amur {prop} (the river between the Far East Russia and China)  :: Amour {m}
amuse {v} /əˈmjuːz/ (to entertain or occupy in a pleasant manner)  :: amuser
amusement {n} /əˈmjuzmənt/ (entertainment)  :: amusement {m}
amusement park {n} (commercially-operated collection of rides, games and other entertainment attractions)  :: parc d'attractions {m}
amusia {n} (the inability to comprehend or respond to music)  :: amusie {f}
amusing {adj} (entertaining)  :: amusant {m}, amusante {f}, divertissant {m}, divertissante {f}
amusing {adj} (funny)  :: amusant {m}, amusante {f}, drôle {m} {f}
amygdala {n} /əˈmɪɡ.də.lə/ (region of the brain)  :: amygdale cérébrale {f}
amylase {n} (enzyme, present in saliva, that breaks down carbohydrates such as starch)  :: amylase
amyloid {adj} (containing or resembling starch)  :: amyloïde {m} {f}
amylopectin {n} (insoluble form of starch)  :: amylopectine {f}
an {article} /æn/ (indefinite article)  :: un {m}, une {f}
anabolism {n} (the constructive metabolism of the body)  :: anabolisme {m}
anachronism {n} /əˈnækɹənɪzm/ (chronological mistake)  :: anachronisme {m}
anachronistic {adj} /əˌnæk.ɹəˈnɪs.tɪk/ (erroneous in date)  :: anachronique
anaclitic {adj} /ænəˈklɪtɪk/ (state of being emotionally dependent, see also: 2)  :: anaclitique
anaconda {n} (any of various large nonvenomous snake of the genus Eunectes)  :: anaconda {m}
anacrusis {n} /anəˈkɹuːsɪs/ ((music) an unstressed note (or notes) before the first strong beat of a phrase)  :: anacrouse {f}
anadromous {adj} /əˈnæd.ɹə.məs/ (of migratory fish)  :: anadrome
anaesthesia {n} /æn.əs.ˈθi.ʒə/ (loss of bodily sensation)  :: anesthésie {f}, anœsthésie {f}
anaesthetist {n} /əˈniːθs.ə.tɪst/ (anesthesiologist) SEE: anesthesiologist  ::
anagram {n} /ˈæ.nə.ɡɹæm/ (word or phrase created by rearranging letters from another word or phrase)  :: anagramme {f}
anal {adj} /ˈeɪnəl/ (of, related to, intended for or involving the anus)  :: anal {m}, anale {f}
anal {adj} (of the stage in psychosexual development)  :: anal {m}, anale {f}
Anal {prop} /ə.nʌl/ (language)  :: anal
anal beads {n} (sex toy)  :: chapelet Thaï {m}
anal cleft {n} (groove between buttocks)  :: sillon interfessier {m}, sillon fessier {m}, sillon glutéal {m}, pli interfessier {m}, pli fessier {m}, pli glutéal {m}, raie des fesses {f}
analemma {n} /ˌænəˈlɛmə/ (curve of the Sun's position in the sky throughout the year)  :: analemme {m}
analepsis {n} (form of flashback)  :: analepse {f}
anal fin {n} (fin on the underside of a fish)  :: nageoire anale {f}
analgesia {n} /ˌænəlˈdʒiːzɪə/ (absence of the sense of pain)  :: analgésie {f}, analgie {f}
analgesic {n} /ˌæn.l̩ˈdʒiː.zɪk/ (medicine that reduces pain)  :: analgésique {m}
anally {adv} (Involving the anus)  :: analement
analog {adj} /ˈænəlɔɡ/ (represented by a continuously variable physical quantity)  :: analogique
analogical {adj}  :: analogique
analogically {adv} (in an analogical manner)  :: analogiquement
analogous {adj} /əˈnæl.ə.ɡəs/ (having analogy; corresponding to something else)  :: analogue
analogously {adv} /əˈnæl.ə.ɡəs.li/ (in an analogous manner)  :: de façon analogue
analogue {n} (analog) SEE: analog  ::
analogy {n} (relationship of resemblance or equivalence)  :: analogie {f}
analphabet {n} (illiterate)  :: analphabète {m} {f}
anal sex {n} (sex involving the anus)  :: sexe anal {m}
analysis {n} (chemistry: process of breaking down a substance or the result of this process)  :: analyse
analysis {n} /əˈnælɪsɪs/ (process of dismantling or separating into constituents in order to study)  :: analyse {f}
analysis {n} (in mathematics)  :: analyse {f}
analyst {n} (chemical, financial or business analyst)  :: analyste {m}
analyst {n} (person who analyzes)  :: analyste {m}
analyst {n} (psychoanalysis practitioner)  :: analyste {m}, psychanalyste {m}
analyst {n} (systems analyst)  :: analyste {m}
analytic {adj} (able to analyze)  :: analytique
analytic {adj} /ˌænəˈlɪtɪk/ (relating to analysis)  :: analytique
analytic {adj} (defined in terms of differential calculus)  :: analytique
analytic {adj} (relating to algebra)  :: analytique
analytic {adj} (relating to division into elements or principles)  :: analytique
analytical {adj} /æn.ʌˈlɪt.ə.kəl/ (analytic) SEE: analytic  ::
analytics {n} /ænəˈlɪtɪks/ (application of computer technology, operational research, and statistics to solve problems)  :: analytique {f}
analyzable {adj} (able to be analyzed)  :: analysable
analyze {v} /ˈæn.ə.laɪz/ (to subject to analysis)  :: analyser
anamnesis {n} /ˌænæmˈniːsɪs/ (recollection)  :: anamnèse
anamnesis {n} (medical history of a patient)  :: anamnèse {f}
ananas {n} /əˈneɪnəs/ (pineapple) SEE: pineapple  ::
anapest {n} /ˈænəpɛst/ (metrical foot)  :: anapeste {m}
anaphora {n} /ænəˈfɔɹə/ (repetition of a phrase used for emphasis)  :: anaphore {f}
anaphora {n} (linguistics: expression that refers to another expression)  :: anaphore {f}
anaphoric {adj} (relating to an anaphora)  :: anaphorique {m} {f}
anaphrodisiac {adj} (antaphrodisiac) SEE: antaphrodisiac  ::
anaphrodisiac {n} (antaphrodisiac) SEE: antaphrodisiac  ::
anaphylactic {adj} (pertaining to anaphylaxis)  :: anaphylactique
anaphylactic shock {n} (severe allergic reaction)  :: choc anaphylactique {m}
anaphylaxis {n} (severe and rapid systemic allergic reaction to an allergen)  :: anaphylaxie {f}
an apple a day keeps the doctor away {proverb} /ən‿ˈæ.pəl‿ə ˈdeɪ ˈkiːps ðə ˈdɒk.təɹ‿ə.ˈweɪ/ (apples are good for you)  :: les pommes sont bonnes pour vous
anarchic {adj} /ænˈɑɹ.kɪk/ (relating to anarchy)  :: anarchique, anarchiste
anarchical {adj} (anarchic) SEE: anarchic  ::
anarchism {n} /ˈænəɹˌkɪzəm/ (belief that proposes the absence and abolition of government in all forms)  :: anarchisme {m}
anarchist {n} /ˈæn.ɑɹ.kɪst/ (believer in anarchism)  :: anarchiste {m} {f}
anarcho-syndicalism {n} (A branch or field of anarchy that focuses on the abolition of capitalism )  :: anarcho-syndicalisme {m}
anarchy {n} /ˈænɑɹki/ (absence of any form of political authority or government)  :: anarchie {f}
anarchy {n} (political disorder and confusion)  :: anarchie {f}
Anastasia {prop} (female given name)  :: Anastasia
anastrophe {n} (switching in the syntactical order of words)  :: anastrophe {f}
anastylosis {n} (reassembly of ruined monuments)  :: anastylose {f}
anathema {n} /ə.ˈnæ.θɛ.mə/ (ban or curse)  :: anathème {f}
Anatoli {prop} (transliteration of Анатолий)  :: Anatoli
Anatolia {prop} /ˌænəˈtəʊliə/ (peninsula of Western Asia)  :: Anatolie {f}
Anatolius {prop} (male given name)  :: Anatole
anatomic {adj} /ˈænæ.tɒmɪk/ (anatomical) SEE: anatomical  ::
anatomical {adj} /æn.əˈtɑm.ɪc.ʌl/ (Of or relating to anatomy or dissection)  :: anatomique
anatomically {adv} (pertaining to anatomy)  :: anatomiquement
anatomy {n} /əˈnætəmi/ (art of studying the different parts of any organized body)  :: anatomie {f}
an axe to grind {n} (a grievance, with implications of confrontation)  :: (garder) un chien de sa chienne
-ance {suffix} (a state)  :: -ance
ancestor {n} /ˈæn.sɛs.tɚ/ (one from whom a person is descended)  :: ancêtre
ancestral {adj} /ænˈsɛs.təɹ.əl/ (pertaining to ancestors)  :: ancestral {m}
ancestry {n} /ˈæn.sɛs.tɹi/ (condition as to ancestors)  :: ascendance {f}
anchor {n} /ˈæŋkɚ/ (tool to moor a vessel into sea bottom)  :: ancre {f}
anchor {v} (to hold an object to a fixed point)  :: ancrer
anchorage {n} (place for anchoring)  :: ancrage {m}
anchorite {n} (one who lives in seclusion)  :: anachorète {m}
anchorman {n} (TV host)  :: présentateur
anchor's aweigh {interj} (nautical response)  :: larguez les amarres
anchovy {n} /ˈæn.tʃoʊ.vi/ (small saltwater fish)  :: anchois {m}
ancient {adj}  :: antique, ancien
ancient {adj} /ˈeɪnʃənt/ (having lasted from a remote period)  :: ancien, antique
Ancient Egypt {prop} (civilization)  :: Égypte antique {f}
Ancient Greece {prop} (The ancient civilization of the Mediterranean)  :: Grèce antique {f}
Ancient Greek {prop} (all the Greek languages spoken between the Dorian invasion and the fall of the Roman Empire)  :: grec ancien {m}
ancient history {n} (not worth discussing any more)  :: histoire ancienne {f}
ancient history {n} (period of history)  :: Antiquité {f}
Ancient Rome {prop} (civilization associated with Rome from the 9th century BC to the 12th century AD)  :: Rome antique {f}
ancillary {adj} /ˈænsəˌleriː/ (subordinate, secondary, auxiliary, accessory)  :: subordonné {m}, secondaire {m} {f}, auxiliaire {m} {f}, ancillaire
ancillary {n} (person)  :: domestique, serviteur, boy, aide à la personne, employé de maison
ancillary {n} (thing)  :: accessoire {m}
Ancona {n} (town, province)  :: Ancône
Ancus {prop} (male given name)  :: Ancus
-ancy {suffix} (a condition or quality)  :: -ance, -ancie
and {conj} /ænd/ (used to connect two similar words, phrases, et cetera)  :: et
and {conj} (used at the end of a list to indicate the last item)  :: et
and {conj} (used to string together sentences or sentence fragments in chronological order)  :: et, et puis
Andalusia {prop} /ˌændəˈluːsiə/ (autonomous community of Spain)  :: Andalousie {f}
Andalusian {adj} (from, or pertaining to, Andalusia)  :: andalou
Andalusian {n} (someone from Andalusia)  :: Andalou {m}, Andaloue {f}
Andalusian Arabic {prop} (variety of the Arabic language)  :: arabe andalou {m}, arabe espagnol {m}
Andalusi Arabic {prop} (Andalusian Arabic) SEE: Andalusian Arabic  ::
Andean flamingo {n} (Phoenicopterus andinus)  :: flamant des Andes {m}
Andes {prop} /ˈændiːz/ (mountain range in South America)  :: les Andes {f-p}
and finally {n} (a light news story reserved for the end of a bulletin)  :: serpent de mer {m}
and how {phrase} (strong confirmation of preceding)  :: et comment!
and/or {conj} (inclusive "or")  :: et/ou
Andorra {prop} /ænˈdɔːɹ.ə/ (country)  :: Andorre {f}
Andrea {prop} /ˈændriə/ (female given name)  :: Andrée
Andrew {prop} /ˈændruː/ (male given name)  :: André
andrewsarchus {n} (prehistoric mammal)  :: andrewsarchus {m}
androgen {n} (androgen)  :: androgène {m}
androgenic hair {n} (body hair) SEE: body hair  ::
androgyne {n} /ˈæn.dɹə.dʒaɪn/ (a person who is androgynous)  :: androgyne {m} {f}
androgyne {n} (androgynous plant)  :: androgyne {m} {f}
androgynous {adj} /ˈænˌdɹɑdʒ.ən.əs/ (having sex organs of both genders) SEE: hermaphroditic  ::
androgynous {adj} (pertaining to a characteristic that is not definitively of either sex)  :: asexué, androgyne
androgynous {adj} (possessing qualities of both sexes)  :: androgyne {m} {f}
androgyny {n} (appearing to be neither feminine nor masculine)  :: androgynie {f}
androgyny {n} (having traits of both male and female genders)  :: androgynie {f}
androgyny {n} (hermaphroditism)  :: androgynie {f}
android {adj} (possessing human qualities)  :: androïde {m}
android {n} /ˈænˌdɹɔɪd/ (robot with human form)  :: androïde {m}
andrology {n} (a branch of medicine)  :: andrologie {f}
Andromache {prop} /ænˈdɹɒməkiː/ (the wife of Hector)  :: Andromaque
Andromeda {prop} /ænˈdrɑːmɪdə/ (mythical daughter of Cepheus)  :: Andromède
Andromeda {prop} (constellation)  :: Andromède
andropause {n} (male equivalent of the menopause)  :: andropause {f}
androphobe {n} (one who fears or is averse to men)  :: androphobe {f}
androphobia {n} (fear of men)  :: androphobie {f}
Andros {prop} (island)  :: Andros, Ándhros
-andry {suffix} /-ˈandɹi/ (male mate, husband)  :: -andrie {f}
-andry {suffix} (male reproductive organ; stamen)  :: -andrie {f}
-andry {suffix} (man, male)  :: -andrie {f}
and so forth {phrase} (list continuation indicator)  :: et ainsi de suite
and so on {phrase} (indicates that a list continues)  :: et ainsi de suite
anecdotal {adj} (relating to in in the nature of an anecdote)  :: anecdotique {m} {f}
anecdotally {adv} (in an anecdotal manner)  :: anecdotiquement
anecdote {n} (short account of an incident)  :: anecdote {f}
anecdotic {adj} (anecdotal) SEE: anecdotal  ::
anecdotist {n} (one whoe relates anecdotes)  :: anecdotier {m}, anecdotière {f}, anecdotiste {m} {f}
anecdotive {adj} (anecdotal) SEE: anecdotal  ::
anelace {n} (medieval long dagger)  :: anelace {f}
anemia {n} /əˈnimiə/ (medical condition with decreased oxygen transport)  :: anémie {f}
anemic {adj} /ʌˈni.mɪk/ (of or pertaining to anemia)  :: anémique {m} {f}
anemometer {n} /ænɪˈmɑːmətɚ/ (an instrument for measuring and recording the speed of the wind)  :: anémomètre {m}
anemone {n} /əˈnɛm.ə.ni/ (any plant of genus anemone)  :: anémone {f}
anemone {n} (sea anemone) SEE: sea anemone  ::
anesthesia {n} /æn.əs.ˈθi.ʒə/ (loss of bodily sensation)  :: anesthésie {f}, anœsthésie {f}
anesthesiologist {n} (physician specializing in anesthesiology)  :: anesthésiste
anesthetic {n} /ˌænəsˈθɛtɪk/ (a substance for the reduced perception of pain)  :: anesthésie {f}
anesthetization {n} (an administration of anesthesia)  :: anesthésation {f}, anesthésie {f}
anesthetize {v} /əˈniːs.θə.taɪz/ (administer anesthesia)  :: anesthésier
anestrus {n} (sexual respite in between breeding periods)  :: anœstrus {m}
aneurysm {n} /ˈæn.jɚ.ɪz.m̩/ (abnormal blood-filled swelling)  :: anévrisme {m}, anévrysme
anew {adv} (again)  :: à nouveau, derechef
angel {n} /ˈeɪn.dʒəl/ (messenger from a deity)  :: ange {m}
angel {n} (in Christian angelology, the lowest order of angels)  :: ange {m}
angel {n} (selfless person)  :: ange {m}
Angel {prop} (female given name) SEE: Angela  ::
Angel {prop} (male given name) SEE: Angelo  ::
Angela {prop} (female given name)  :: Angèle {f}
angel dust {n} (clenbuterol) SEE: clenbuterol  ::
angelic {adj} /ænˈdʒɛlɪk/ (belonging to, proceeding from, or resembling an angel)  :: angélique
angelica {n} (candied stem)  :: angélique {f}
angelica {n} (plants of genus Angelica)  :: angélique {f}
Angelica {prop} (female given name)  :: Angélique
angelical {adj} (resembling, characteristic of, an angel) SEE: angelic  ::
angelically {adv} /ænˈdʒɛlɪkli/ (in an angelic manner)  :: angéliquement
Angelina {prop} (a female given name)  :: Angeline
angel of death {n} (personification of death in fiction and in art)  :: ange de la mort {m}
angelology {n} (study of angels)  :: angélologie
angel passes {phrase} (used to denote an awkward pause)  :: un ange passe
angels dancing on the head of a pin {n} (arcane intellectual speculation)  :: sexe des anges {m}
angel shark {n} (a member of the unusual genus Squatina of sharks)  :: squatine {f}
anger {n} /ˈæŋ.ɡɚ/ (A strong feeling of displeasure, hostility or antagonism towards someone or something)  :: colère {f}, ire {f}, courroux {m}, rage {f}, fureur {f}
anger {v} (to cause such a feeling of antagonism)  :: mettre en colère, fâcher
Angevin {n} (native of Anjou)  :: Angevin {m}
angina {n} (angina pectoris) SEE: angina pectoris  ::
angina pectoris {n} (intermittent chest pain)  :: angine de poitrine {f}
angiogenic {adj} (Of or pertaining to angiogenesis)  :: angiogénétique
angiograph {n} (angiograph) SEE: angiogram  ::
angioma {n} (benign tumor)  :: angiome {m}
angiospermous {adj} (having seeds enclosed in pericarp) SEE: angiosperm  ::
Angkor Wat {prop} (Cambodian temple complex)  :: Angkor Vat {m}
angle {n} /ˈeɪŋ.ɡəl/ (geometrical figure)  :: angle {m}
angle {n} (measure of such a figure)  :: angle {m}
angle {n} (viewpoint)  :: point de vue {m}
angle bracket {n} (type of bracket)  :: chevron {m}
angle grinder {n} (power tool)  :: disqueuse {f}, meuleuse d'angle {f}
angler {n} /ˈæŋ.ɡlə(r)/ (person who fishes with a hook and line)  :: pêcheur à la ligne {m}
anglerfish {n} (fish of the bony fish order Lophiiformes)  :: baudroie {f}
Anglican {adj} /ˈæŋɡlɪkən/ (pertaining to the Church of England and related churches)  :: anglican
Anglican {n} (member of an Anglican church)  :: anglican {m}, anglicane {f}
Anglican Communion {prop} (a worldwide network of churches that are in communion with the Church of England)  :: Communion anglicane {f}
Anglicanism {n} (beliefs and practices of the Anglican Church)  :: anglicanisme {m}
anglicisation {n} /ˌæŋ.ɡlɪ.saɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/ (process of anglicising)  :: anglicisation {f}
anglicise {v}  :: angliciser
anglicise {v} (make English)  :: angliciser
anglicised {adj} /ˈæŋ.lɪ.saɪzəd/ (in a form similar to English)  :: anglicisé
anglicism {n} /ˈæŋɡləˌsɪzəm/ (word or other feature borrowed from English to another language)  :: anglicisme
anglicism {n} (Briticism) SEE: Briticism  ::
anglicized {adj} (in a form similar to English)  :: anglicisé
Anglo- {prefix} /ˈæŋ.ɡləʊ/ (relating to England or English)  :: anglo-
Anglo-American {adj} (of relating to England and USA)  :: anglo-americain
Anglocentric {adj} (focused on England)  :: anglocentriste {m} {f}
Anglophile {n} (person who loves or admires the country, culture or people of England)  :: anglophile {m} {f}
Anglophilia {n} (the love of the country, culture or people of England)  :: anglophilie {f}
Anglophobe {n} /ˈaŋɡlə(ʊ)fəʊb/ (person who hates or fears England, its people or anything English)  :: anglophobe {m} {f}
Anglophobia {n} (hatred or fear of England or anything English)  :: anglophobie {f}
Anglophone {adj} /ˈæŋɡləˌfəʊn/ (English-speaking)  :: anglophone
Anglophone {n} (one who speaks English)  :: anglophone {m} {f}
Anglo-Saxon {adj} (related to the Anglo-Saxon peoples or language)  :: anglo-saxon
Anglo-Saxon {n} (Germanic peoples inhabiting medieval England)  :: Anglo-Saxons {m-p}
Anglo-Saxon {prop} (Old English) SEE: Old English  ::
Anglosphere {prop} /ˈæŋ.ɡləˌsfɪɹ/ (set of anglophone countries)  :: anglophonie
Angola {prop} /æŋˈɡoʊlə/ (country in Southern Africa)  :: Angola {m}
Angolan {adj} /æŋˈɡoʊlən/ (of, from or pertaining to Angola or its people)  :: angolais
Angolan {n} (person from Angola or of Angolan descent)  :: Angolais {m}, Angolaise {f}
Angra Mainyu {prop} (Ahriman) SEE: Ahriman  ::
Angria {prop} (historical region)  :: Angrie
angry {adj} /ˈæŋ.ɡri/ (displaying anger)  :: fâché {m}, fâchée {f}, en colère
angst {n} /æŋ(k)st/ (feeling of acute anxiety or apprehension)  :: angoisse existentielle {f}
angstrom {n} /ˈɔŋstrəm/ (A very small unit of length, 10-10 m)  :: ångström {m}, angström {m}, aangström {m}
Anguilla {prop} /æŋˈɡwɪlə/ (British overseas territory in the Caribbean)  :: Anguilla
Anguillan {n} /æŋˈɡwɪlən/ (person from Anguilla)  :: Anguillan {m}, Anguillane {f}
anguish {n} /ˈæŋɡwɪʃ/ (extreme pain)  :: angoisse de la mort, affres de la mort, calvaire, croix
angular {adj} /ˈæŋ.ju.lɚ/ (relating to or forming an angle; sharp-cornered)  :: angulaire
angular {adj} (figurative: sharp and stiff in character)  :: anguleux
angular {adj} (ungraceful) SEE: ungraceful  ::
angular mil {n} (unit of angular measurement)  :: millième {m}
angular momentum {n} (angular momentum)  :: moment angulaire {m}
angular velocity {n} (angle turned in a given time)  :: vitesse angulaire
anhedonia {n} /ˌæn.hiˈdoʊ.ni.ə/ (inability to feel pleasure)  :: anhédonie {f}
anhistous {adj} (without definite structure)  :: anhiste
anhydrase {n} (enzyme)  :: anhydrase {f}
anhydride {n} (Compound formaly derived from another by loss of water molecule)  :: anhydride {m}
anhydrite {n} (saline evaporite)  :: anhydrite {m}
anhydrous {adj} (having no water)  :: anhydre
anhygroscopic {adj} (not hygroscopic)  :: non hygroscopique
aniline {n} (the simplest aromatic amine)  :: aniline {f}
anilingus {n} (form of oral sex)  :: anulingus, anilinctus
animadversion {n} /ˌænɪmædˈvɝːʒən / (criticism, a critical remark)  :: reprobation, critique, blâme
animal {adj} (of animals)  :: animal
animal {n} /ˈænəməl/ (organism)  :: animal {m}, bête {f}
animal {n} (organism other than man)  :: bête {f}, animal {m}
animal {n} (person who behaves wildly)  :: bête {f}
animalcule {n} (animalcule, animalculum "little animal" in various senses)  :: animalcule {m}
animalcule {n} (protozoan) SEE: protozoan  ::
animalculist {n}  :: animalculiste
animalize {v} (brutalize) SEE: brutalize  ::
animal magnetism {n} (magnetic fluid or ethereal medium said to reside in the bodies of animate beings)  :: magnétisme animal
animal rights {n} (concept that animals are entitled to certain fundamental rights)  :: droits des animaux {m-p}
animated cartoon {n} (any of several types of film/movie, the frames of which are drawn by hand)  :: dessin animé {m}
animation {n} /æn.əˈme.ʃən/ (causing images to appear to move)  :: animation
animator {n} (one who animates something)  :: animateur {m}, animatrice {f}
animator {n} (one who creates an animation)  :: animateur {m}, animatrice {f}
anime {n} /ænɪmeɪ/ (an animated work originated in Japan)  :: animé {m}
animism {n} (belief in spirits)  :: animisme {m}
animist {n} (believer in animism)  :: animiste {m} {f}
animosity {n} /æn.əˈmɑs.ɪ.ti/ (violent hatred leading to active opposition; active enmity; energetic dislike)  :: animosité {f}
anion {n} (negatively charged ion)  :: anion {m}
anise {n} /ˈæn.ɪs/ (plant and spice)  :: anis {m}
anise {n} (fennel) SEE: fennel  ::
aniseed {n} /æn.ɪˈsid/ (the seed-like fruit of the anise)  :: graine d’anis {f}
anisomorphism {n} (differences between two languages)  :: anisomorphisme
anisotropic {adj} (exhibiting anisotropy)  :: anisotrope
anisotropy {n} (the property of being directionally dependent)  :: anisotropie {f}
Anjou {prop} (a former county of France)  :: Anjou
Ankara {prop} (capital of Turkey)  :: Ankara
ankh {n} /ɑːŋk/ (cross shaped like a T with a loop at the top)  :: ankh {m}, ânkh {m}
ankle {n} /ˈeɪŋ.kəl/ (joint between foot and leg)  :: cheville {f}
anklebone {n} /ˈaŋk(ə)lbəʊn/ (the talus)  :: talus {m}, astragale {m}, os astragale {m}
ankle bracelet {n} (ankle monitor) SEE: ankle monitor  ::
anklet {n} (a bracelet at the ankle)  :: jambelet {m}, bracelet de cheville {m}, chaîne de cheville {f}
ankylosing spondylitis {n} (arthritis disease)  :: spondylarthrite ankylosante {f}
Ann {prop} (female given name)  :: Anne {f}
Anna {prop} (biblical prophetess)  :: Anne {f}
Anna {prop} (given name) SEE: Ann  ::
annalist {n} (writer of annals)  :: annaliste {m}
Annam {prop} (the former name of Vietnam)  :: Annam {m}
Anne {prop} /ˈɛən/ (given name) SEE: Ann  ::
annealing {n} (act of heating solid metal or glass)  :: recuit {m}
annelid {n} (annelid)  :: annélidé {m}
annex {n} (addition of territory) SEE: annexation  ::
annex {n} (addition or extension to a building)  :: annexe {f}
annex {n} /ˈæn.ɛks/ (addition, an extension)  :: annexe
annex {v} (to add something to another, to incorporate into)  :: annexer
annexation {n} (addition or incorporation of something)  :: annexion {f}
annihilate {v} /əˈnaɪə.leɪt/ (to reduce to nothing, to destroy, to eradicate)  :: annihiler, anéantir
anniversary {n} /ˌænəˈvɝs(ə)ɹi/ (day an exact number of years since an event)  :: anniversaire {m}
anniversary {n} (wedding anniversary)  :: anniversaire de mariage {m}
anno Domini {adv} /ˈæn.oʊ ˈdɑm.ə.ni/ (in the year of our Lord)  :: après Jésus-Christ, après JC [abbreviation], ap. J.-C. [abbreviation], ap. JC [abbreviation]
Anno Domini {adv} (in the year of our Lord)  :: après Jésus-Christ (abbr. après JC, ap. J.-C., ap. JC, etc.)
annotate {v} (to add annotation)  :: annoter
annotation {n}  :: annotation {f}
annotation {n} (critical or explanatory commentary or analysis)  :: annotation {f}
announce {v}  :: annoncer
announce {v} /ʌˈnaʊns/ (to give public notice, or first notice of)  :: annoncer
announcement {n} /ʌˈnaʊs.mɛnt/ (announcement)  :: annonce {f}
announcer {n} (announcer)  :: annonceur {m}, présentateur {m}, speaker {m}
annoy {v} /əˈnɔɪ/ (to disturb or irritate)  :: gêner, ennuyer, embêter, agacer, asticoter
annoyance {n} /əˈnɔɪəns/ (that which annoys)  :: ennui {m}, nuisance {f}
annoyance {n}  :: irritation {f}, agacement {m}, désagrément {m}
annoyed {adj} /əˈnɔɪd/ (troubled, irritated by something unwanted or unliked; vexed)  :: contrarié, fâché, vexé
annoying {v} (causing irritation or annoyance; troublesome; vexatious)  :: agaçant, irritant, énervant, ennuyeux
annual {adj} /ˈæn.ju.əl/ (happening once a year)  :: annuel
annually {adv} (once every year)  :: annuellement
annual report {n} (company report of activities for the preceding year)  :: rapport annuel {m}
annul {v} /əˈnʌl/ (formally revoke the validity of)  :: annuler
annular {adj} /ˈænjəlɚ/ (having the form of a ring)  :: annulaire
annulment {n} /əˈnʌl.mənt/ (The act or instance of annulling)  :: annullation, nullification
annulment {n} (Invalidation; declaration of something as being invalid)  :: annullation
annulment {n} (Legal invalidation of a marriage)  :: annullation (d'un marriage)
annulus {n} (ring-shaped structure)  :: anneau {m}
annunciate {v} (announce)  :: annoncer
annus mirabilis {n}  :: annus mirabilis {m}
anoa {n} (a small Indonesian water buffalo)  :: anoa
anoda {determiner} (another) SEE: another  ::
anode {n} /ˈæn.oʊd/ (the electrode of an electrochemical cell at which oxidation occurs)  :: anode {f}
anodyne {adj} /ˈæn.ə.daɪn/ (soothing or relaxing)  :: apaisant
anodyne {n} (any medicine or other agent that relieves pain)  :: analgésique {m}
anodyne {n} (a source of relaxation or comfort)  :: calmant {m}
anoint {v} /əˈnɔɪnt/ (to smear or rub over with oil or an unctuous substance)  :: oindre, enduire, étaler, étendre
anoint {v} (to apply oil to or to pour oil upon)  :: oindre
anointment {n} (act)  :: onction {f}
anomaly {n} (dated: an irregularity or inconsistency)  :: anomalie {f}
anomaly {n} /əˈnɑməli/ (deviation from norm)  :: anomalie {f}
anomie {n} /ˈænəmiː/ (alienation or social instability)  :: anomie {f}
anonymise {v} (to render anonymous)  :: anonymiser
anonymity {n} /ænəˈnɪmɪti/  :: anonymat
anonymization {n} (act of making anonymous)  :: anonymisation {f}
anonymize {v} (to render anonymous)  :: anonymiser
anonymous {adj} /əˈnɒnəməs/ (wanting a name, not named and determined)  :: anonyme
anonymous {adj} (lacking individuality)  :: anonyme {m} {f}
anonymous {adj} (of unknown name; whose name is withheld)  :: anonyme
anonymous {adj} (without any name (of responsible agent) acknowledged)  :: anonyme
anonymous {adj} (without consideration of prestige, title, rank or background)  :: anonyme {m} {f}
anonymously {adv} /əˈnɒnəməsli/ (in an anonymous manner)  :: anonymement
anonymousness {n} (the state or quality of being anonymous)  :: anonymat
anopheles {n} /əˈnɒfɪliːz/ (member of the Anopheles genus of mosquitos)  :: anophèle {m}
anopia {n} (medical condition)  :: manque de vision
anorak {n} (heavy weatherproof jacket)  :: anorak {m}
anorexia {n} (anorexia nervosa) SEE: anorexia nervosa  ::
anorexia {n} (loss of appetite)  :: anorexie {f}
anosmia {n} (inability to smell)  :: anosmie {f}
anosmic {adj} (having anosmia)  :: anosmique
anosmic {n} (person having anosmia)  :: anosmique
another {determiner} /əˈnʌðɚ/ (one more, in addition to a former number)  :: plus, un de plus
another {determiner} (not the same; different)  :: un autre, autre
anoxaemia {n} (critical lack of oxygen in blood)  :: anoxyhémie
anoxia {n} (condition in which a tissue or environment is totally deprived of oxygen)  :: anoxie {f}
Anschluss {n} /ˈan.ʃlʊs/ (the annexation of Austria into Germany in 1938 or an analogy)  :: anschluss {m}
answer {n} /ˈæn.sɚ/ (response)  :: réponse {f}
answer {n} (reply to e-mail)  :: réponse
answer {n} (solution)  :: solution
answer {v}  :: [1, 2] répondre
answer {v} (to make a reply or response to)  :: répondre
answering machine {n} (device that automatically records voice mail)  :: répondeur {m}
answer to {v} (to be responsible to)  :: répondre à; être responsable devant qn.
ant {n} /ɛənt]/ (insect)  :: fourmi {f}
antacid {n} (agent reducing acidity)  :: antiacide {m}
antagonism {n} (strong dislike)  :: antagonisme {m}
antagonistic {adj} /æn.tæ.ɡə.ˈnɪs.tɪk/ (antagonistic)  :: antagonique
Antananarivo {prop} (city)  :: Tananarive, Antananarivo
Antarctic {adj} /ænˈtɑːtɪk/ (Pertaining to Antarctica)  :: antarctique
Antarctica {prop} /ænˈtɑɹktɪkə/ (southernmost continent)  :: Antarctique {m}
Antarctic Circle {prop} (geographical line)  :: cercle antarctique {m}
Antarctic Ocean {prop} (Southern Ocean) SEE: Southern Ocean  ::
Antares {prop} (star)  :: Antarès {m}
anteater {n} /ˈæntˌitɚ/ (mammal)  :: fourmilier {m}
antebellum {adj} (period of time prior to a war)  :: d'avant-guerre
antebrachium {n} (forearm) SEE: forearm  ::
antecedent {n} /æntəˈsidn̩t/ (any thing that precedes another thing)  :: antécédent {m}
antecedent {n} (ancestor)  :: ascendant {m}
antecedent {n} (conditional part of a hypothetical proposition)  :: antécédent {m}
antecedent {n} (word, phrase or clause referred to by a pronoun)  :: antécédent {m}
antechamber {n} /ˈæntiˌt͡ʃeɪmbɚ/ (small room)  :: antichambre {f}
antediluvian {adj}  :: antédiluvien
antelope {n} (mammal of the family Bovidae)  :: antilope {f}
antelope {n} (pronghorn) SEE: pronghorn  ::
antenatal {adj} (before birth)  :: anténatal {m}
antenna {n} /ænˈtɛn.ə/ (feeler organ)  :: antenne {f}
antenna {n} (device to receive or transmit radio signals) SEE: aerial  ::
antenuptial {adj} (occurring before marriage)  :: prénuptial
antepenultimate {adj} (two before the last)  :: antépénultième
anterior {adj} (anatomy: nearer the forward end)  :: antérieur
anterior {adj} (before in place)  :: antérieur, précédent
anterior chamber {n} (space between cornea and iris)  :: chambre antérieure de l'œil {f}
anterograde {adj} (medicine: moving or occurring in the normal forward or downstream direction of)  :: antérograde {m} {f}
anterograde {adj} (medicine: taking place immediately after a traumatic event)  :: antérograde {m} {f}
anterograde amnesia {n} (inability to remember new information)  :: amnésie antérograde {f}
anteroom {n} /ˈæn.ti.ɹʊm/ (antechamber) SEE: antechamber  ::
anthem {n} /ˈænθəm/ (national anthem)  :: hymne {m}
anthem {n}  :: hymne
anthem {n} (hymn of praise or loyalty)  :: hymne {f}
anther {n} (pollen-bearing part of the stamen)  :: anthère {f}
ant-hill {n} /ˈænthɪl/ (anthill) SEE: anthill  ::
anthill {n} /ˈænthɪl/ (home of ants and termites)  :: fourmilière {f} (ants), termitière {f} (termites)
anthologist {n} /ænˈθɒl.ə.dʒɪst/ (person who anthologises)  :: anthologiste
Anthony {prop} /ˈæn.tə.ni/ (given name)  :: Antoine
anthracene {n} (tricyclic aromatic hydrocarbon)  :: anthracène {m}
anthracite {n} (type of coal)  :: anthracite {m}
anthrax {n} /ˈæn.θræks/ (disease)  :: charbon
anthropization {n} (transformation or adaptation of the environment to meet the needs of humans)  :: anthropisation {f}
anthropize {v} (to adapt by human activity)  :: anthropiser
anthropocentric {adj} (giving preference to humans)  :: anthropocentrique
anthropocentrism {n} /ˌæn.θɹə.poʊˈsɛn.tɹɪz.m/ (viewpoint)  :: anthropocentrisme {m}
anthropogenic {adj} (having its origin in the influence of human activity on nature)  :: anthropique
anthropologic {adj} /ˌæn.θɹoʊ.poʊˈlɑd͡ʒ.ɪk/ (anthropological) SEE: anthropological  ::
anthropological {adj} /æn.θrə.pə.lɑdʒikəl/ (relating to anthropology)  :: anthropologique
anthropologist {n} /ˌæn.θɹoʊˈpɑl.ə.d͡ʒɪst/ (one who is versed in anthropology)  :: anthropologue {m} {f}
anthropology {n} /ˌænθɹəˈpɑːlədʒi/ (the study of humanity)  :: anthropologie {f}
anthropomorphism {n} (the attribution or ascription of human characteristics to inanimate objects, animals, forces of nature, etc)  :: anthropomorphisme {m}
anthropophagy {n} (the practice of eating human flesh)  :: anthropophagie {f}
anthropophobia {n} (fear of human beings)  :: anthropophobie {f}
anti- {prefix} /æntiː/ (anti-)  :: anti-
anti-abolitionism {n} (campaign against the abolition of the slave trade)  :: anti-abolitionnisme {m}
antiabortion {adj} (opposed to the practice of abortion)  :: anti-avortement
antiabortionist {n} (one who is opposed to the practice and/or legality of abortion)  :: adversaire de l'avortement {m} {f}
antiacid {n} (antacid) SEE: antacid  ::
anti-aircraft {adj} (intended to attack aircraft)  :: anti-aérien
anti-Americanism {n} (the fear or dislike of the United States or American people, policies, culture or government)  :: antiaméricanisme {m}
antibacterial {adj} (killing or inhibiting bacteria)  :: antibactérien
antibacterial {n} (antibacterial drug)  :: antibactérien {m}
anti-beauty quark {n} (anti-bottom quark) SEE: anti-bottom quark  ::
antibiotic {adj} (of or relating to antibiotics)  :: antibiotique
antibiotic {n} /ˌæn.taɪ.baɪˈɑ.tɪk/ (substance that destroys or inhibits bacteria)  :: antibiotique {m}
antibody {n} (protein that binds to a specific antigen)  :: anticorps {m}
antibrachium {n} (antibrachium) SEE: forearm  ::
anticaking agent {n} (substance)  :: anti-agglomérant (or antiagglomérant) {m}
antichrist {n} (Someone that works against the teachings of Christ)  :: antéchrist {m}
Antichrist {prop} (one under the direct control of the Devil)  :: antéchrist {m}
anticipate {v} /ænˈtɪs.ə.peɪt/ (to know of something before it manifests)  :: anticiper, prévoir
anticline {n} /ˈæntiklaɪn/ (anticlinal fold)  :: anticlinal
anticlockwise {adj} /ˌæntiˈklɑkwaɪz/ (in the opposite direction to the hands of an analogue clock)  :: dans le sens inverse des aiguilles d’une montre, dans le sens antihoraire
anticlockwise {adv} (in the opposite direction to the hands of an analogue clock)  :: dans le sens inverse des aiguilles d’une montre, dans le sens contraire aux aiguilles d’une montre , dans le sens antihoraire
anticlockwisely {adv} (anticlockwise) SEE: anticlockwise#Adverb  ::
anticodon {n} (sequence of three nucleotides)  :: anticodon {m}
anticommunism {n} (against communism)  :: anticommunisme {m}
anticommutative {adj} (math)  :: anti-commutatif
anticommutativity {n} (math)  :: anti-commutativité {f}
anticompetitive {adj} (acting to hinder or obstruct competition)  :: anticoncurrentiel
anticonstitutionally {adv} (anticonstitutionally)  :: anticonstitutionnellement
anticyclone {n} (system of winds)  :: anticyclone {m}
anticyclonic {adj} (of, relating to, or consisting of an anticyclone)  :: anticyclonique
antidemocratic {adj} (opposed to the tenets of democracy)  :: antidémocratique
antidepressant {n} (agent that prevents or counteracts depression)  :: antidépresseur {m}
antidote {n} /ˈæn.tə.dot/ (remedy to counteract a poison)  :: alexipharmaque {m}, antidote
anti-establishment {adj} (Referring to someone who is opposed to the existing system)  :: antisystème
antifascism {n} (opposition to fascism)  :: antifascisme {m}
antifascist {adj} (opposed to fascism)  :: antifasciste
antifascist {n} (person opposed to fascism)  :: antifasciste {m} {f}
antiferromagnetism {n} (a phenomenon, similar to ferromagnetism)  :: antiferromagnétisme {m}
antifreeze {n} (a substance used to lower the freezing point of water)  :: antigel {m}
antifungal {adj} (inhibits the growth of fungi)  :: antifongique
antifungal {n} (inhibits the growth of fungi)  :: antifongique {m}
antigen {n} (substance that induces an immune response)  :: antigène {m}
antigenic {adj} (of or relating to an antigen)  :: antigénique {m} {f}
antigenized {adj}  :: antigénisé
Antigone {prop} /ænˈtɪɡəni/ (the daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta)  :: Antigone
anti-gravity {n} (gravity cancellation)  :: antigravité {f}
Antigua and Barbuda {prop} /ænˌti.ɡə ænd bɑɹˈbju.də/ (Country)  :: Antigua-et-Barbuda
antigypsyism {n} (prejudice or hostility against Romani people)  :: antitziganisme {m}
antihero {n} /ˈæn.taiˌhi.ɹoʊ/ (protagonist who proceeds in an unheroic manner)  :: antihéros
antihistamine {n} (drug or substance)  :: antihistaminique {m}
antihypertensive {adj} (preventing or counteracting hypertension)  :: antihypertensif {m}, antihypertenseur {m}
antihypertensive {n} (agent that prevents or counteracts hypertension)  :: antihypertensif {m}, antihypertenseur {m}
anti-imperialism {n} (belief or practice which opposes imperialism)  :: anti-impérialisme {m}
anti-inflammatory {adj} (preventing or counteracting inflammation)  :: anti-inflammatoire
anti-inflammatory {n} (agent that prevents or counteracts inflammation)  :: anti-inflammatoire
antilepton {n} (antiparticle)  :: antilepton {m}
Antilles {prop} /ænˈtɪl.iːz/ (Antilles)  :: Antilles {f-p}
antimacassar {n} /ˌæn.tɪ.məˈkæs.ɚ/ (cover for furniture)  :: têtière
antimatter {n} /ˈæntimæˌtɚ/ (matter composed of antiparticles)  :: antimatière {f}
antimicrobial {adj} (destroying microbes)  :: antimicrobien
antimicrobial {adj} (inhibiting the growth of microbes)  :: antimicrobien
antimicrobial {adj} (preventing the pathogenic action of microbes)  :: antimicrobien
antimicrobial {n} (agent that destroys microbes)  :: antimicrobien
antimony {n} /ˈæn.tɪ.mə.niː/ (chemical element)  :: antimoine {m}
antimony {n} (stibnite) SEE: stibnite  ::
antimuon {n} (antiparticle)  :: antimuon {m}
antineoplastic {adj} /æntaɪniəplæstɪk/ (inhibiting the development of tumours)  :: antinéoplasique
antinomy {n} /ænˈtɪnəmi/ (contradiction)  :: antinomie {f}
antinuclear {adj} (opposed to the of nuclear weapons or nuclear energy)  :: antinucléaire
Antioch {prop} /ˈæntiɒk/ (city)  :: Antioche
antioxidant {adj} (acting against oxidation)  :: antioxydant
antioxidant {n}  :: antioxydant {m}
antioxidant {n} (substance that slows oxidation)  :: antioxydant {m}
antiparticle {n} /ˈæntiˌpɑɹtɪkəl/ (a subatomic particle)  :: antiparticule {f}
antipasto {n} (Italian starter for a meal)  :: [culin.] hors d'œuvre {m}
antiperspirant {n} (a substance used to minimize sweating)  :: antisudorifique {m}
antiphony {n} (singing by a choir split in two parts or a piece sung in this manner)  :: antienne {f}
antipodism {n} (form of foot juggling)  :: antipodisme {m}
antipodist {n} (one who juggles using his or her feet lying down)  :: antipodiste {m} {f}
antipope {n} /ˈantɪpəʊp/ (person who claims to be pope)  :: antipape {m}
antiproliferative {adj} ( Tending to suppress cell growth)  :: antiprolifératif
antiproton {n} (antiparticle of the proton)  :: antiproton {m}
antipyretic {adj} (that reduces fever)  :: antipyrétique
antipyretic {n} (medication that reduces fever)  :: antipyrétique
antiquark {n} (the antiparticle of a quark)  :: antiquark {m}
antiquated {adj} /ˈæntɪˌkweɪtɪd/ (old fashioned)  :: vieilli
antique {n} /ænˈtiːk/ (old piece)  :: antique {m}
antiquity {n} /ænˈtɪk.kwʌ.ti/ (ancient times)  :: Antiquité {f}
antiquity {n} (relic or monument of ancient times)  :: antiquité {f}
antiquity {n} (the ancients)  :: Antiquité {f}
Antiquity {n} (period of history)  :: Antiquité {f}, Antiquité classique {f}
antiretroviral {adj} (fighting retrovirus)  :: rétroviral {m}, antirétroviral
antiretroviral {n} (agent fighting retroviruses)  :: rétroviral {m}
anti-Semite {n} (anti-Semite)  :: antisémite {m} {f}
anti-Semitic {adj} /ˌæntɑɪsəˈmɪtɪk/ (exhibiting anti-Semitism)  :: antisémite
anti-Semitism {n} /ˌæntɪˈsɛmɪˌtɪzəm/ (prejudice or hostility against Jews)  :: anti-sémitisme {m}
antiseptic {adj} (of or relating to antisepsis)  :: antiseptique
antiseptic {n} (substance that inhibits the growth of microorganisms)  :: antiseptique
anti-smoking {adj} (opposing smoking)  :: antitabac
antisocial {adj} /ˌæntiˈsoʊʃəl/ (unwilling or unable to associate normally with other people)  :: antisocial
antisocial personality disorder {n} (A personality disorder marked by disregard and violations of the rights of others)  :: personnalité antisociale {f}
Antisthenes {prop} /ænˈtɪsθəniːz/ (Greek name)  :: Antisthène
antisurveillance {n} (countersurveillance) SEE: countersurveillance  ::
antitau {n} (antitauon) SEE: antitauon  ::
antitauon {n} (antiparticle)  :: antitauon {m}, antitau {m}
antitax {adj} (opposed to taxes)  :: antifisc {m} {f}
antiterrorism {n} (activity aiming at opposing terrorism)  :: antiterrorisme {m}
antitheft {adj} (preventing from being stolen)  :: antivol
antitheism {n} (active opposition to theism)  :: antithéisme {m}
antithesis {n} /ænˈtɪ.θə.sɪs/ (proposition that is opposite to other proposition)  :: antithèse {f}
antithetical {adj} (pertaining to antithesis)  :: antithétique
antitrust {adj} (opposed to or against the establishment or existence of trusts)  :: antitrust {m} {f}
antivirus {n} (computing software)  :: antivirus {m}
anti-war {adj} (opposed to war)  :: anti-guerre
antiziganism {n} (antigypsyism) SEE: antigypsyism  ::
antler {n} /ˈænt.lə(ɹ)/ (bony structure on the head of deer, moose and elk)  :: bois {m}
Antlia {prop} (constellation)  :: Machine pneumatique {f}
antlion {n} (nocturnal insects)  :: fourmi-lion {m}
Antoinette {prop} (female given name from French Antoinette)  :: Antoinette
antonomasia {n} /ˌæntənəˈmeɪʒə/ (substitution of an epithet or title in place of a proper noun)  :: antonomase {f}
Antony {prop} /ˈæntəni/ (male given name) SEE: Anthony  ::
antonym {n} /ˈæntəˌnɪm/ (word which has the opposite meaning)  :: antonyme {m}
antonymous {adj} /ænˈtɑnɪməs/ (having an opposite meaning)  :: antinomique
antonymy {n} /ˈæntə.nɪm.i/ (semantic relation between antonyms)  :: antonymie {f}
antrum {n} /ˈæntrəm/ (bodily cavity)  :: antre {m}
antshrike {n} (several passerine bird species of various genera in the antbird (Thamnophilidae) family)  :: batara
ants in one's pants {n} (To be agitated and fidgety)  :: avoir le feu aux fesses (to have the fire at the buttocks) , avoir chaud aux fesses
antsy {adj} /ˈæntsi/ (restless, apprehensive and fidgety)  :: agité, inquiet
Antwerp {prop} (city)  :: Anvers
Antwerp {prop} (province)  :: Anvers {f}, province d’Anvers {f}
Antwerpian {adj} (of Antwerp)  :: anversois
Antwerpian {n} (someone from Antwerp)  :: Anversois {m}, Anversoise {f}
Anubis {prop} (Egyptian god of the dead and tombs)  :: Anubis {m}
anurous {adj} (having no tail)  :: anoure
anus {n} /ˈeɪnəs/ (lower opening of the digestive tract)  :: anus {m}, trou du cul {m}, trou de cul {m}
anusvara {n} (anusvara diacritic)  :: anusvara {m}
anvil {n} /ˈænvəl/ (block used in blacksmithing)  :: enclume {f}
anvil {n} (bone in inner ear)  :: enclume {f}, incus
anxiety {n} /ˌæŋ(ɡ)ˈzaɪ.ə.ti/ (concern)  :: anxiété {f}, inquiétude {f}
anxious {adj} /ˈæŋ(k).ʃəs/ (full of anxiety)  :: anxieux
anxious {adj} (earnestly desirous)  :: désireux
anxiously {adv} /ˈæŋ(k).ʃəs.li/ (in an anxious manner)  :: anxieusement
any {determiner} /ˈɛni/ (no matter what kind)  :: n'importe quel, quelconque
anybody {pron} /ˈɛn.i.bɑd.i/ (anyone)  :: quelqu'un {m}, quelqu'une {f}, n'importe qui
anybody {pron}  :: n’importe qui , n’importe qui (2, negative only: pas n’importe qui)
anyhow {adv} /ˈɛn.i.haʊ/ (in any way, in any manner)  :: de toute manière
anyhow {adv} (in any case) SEE: in any case  ::
anyone {pron} /ˈæn.i.wʊn/ (anybody)  :: n'importe qui
anyone else {pron} (any other person)  :: toute autre personne
anyplace {adv} (anywhere) SEE: anywhere  ::
anyroad {adv} (anyway) SEE: anyway  ::
anything {pron} /ˈɛniθɪŋ/ (any thing of any kind)  :: n’importe quoi
anything else {pron} (any other thing)  :: autre chose
anytime {adv} (at any time)  :: n'importe quand (at any moment), toujours (always)
anyway {adv} /ˈɛniweɪ/ (in any way)  :: quoi qu'il en soit
anyway {adv} (regardless)  :: quand même, de toute façon
anyway {adv} (used to indicate change of subject)  :: bref
anyway {adv} (used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement)  :: en tout cas, de toute façon, d'ailleurs
anywhere {adv} /ˈɛn.i.hwɛɹ/ (any place)  :: n'importe où, où que ce soit
anywhither {adv} (to anywhere) SEE: whithersoever  ::
ANZAC Day {prop} (a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand)  :: journée de l'ANZAC {f}
Aomen {prop} (Macau) SEE: Macau  ::
aorist {adj} (pertaining to verb in aorist aspect)  :: aoriste {m}
aorist {n} /ˈeɪəˌrɪst/ (a grammatical aspect)  :: aoriste {m}
aorist aspect {n} (a grammatical aspect)  :: aoriste {m}
aorta {n} /eɪˈɔːrtə/ (great artery)  :: aorte {f}
aortal {adj} (of or relating to the aorta)  :: aortique
aortic {adj} /eˈoɹ.tɪk/ (of or concerning the aorta)  :: aortique
Aosta {prop} (city in Italy)  :: Aoste
Aostan {adj} (of or from Aosta)  :: aostois
Aostan {n} (one from Aosta)  :: Aostois {m}
apace {adv} (Quickly, rapidly, with speed)  :: rapidement, to proceed apace: aller bon train
Apache {n} (Apache people)  :: Apache
Apache {n} (Apache person)  :: Apache
Apache {n} (Parisian gangster)  :: apache
Apache {prop} /ə.ˈpæ.t͡ʃi/ (Apache language)  :: Apache
Apache {prop} (town)  :: Apache
apadravya {n} (apadravya piercing)  :: Apadravya
apanage {n} /ˈæpənɪdʒ/ (Grant as a birthright)  :: apanage {m}
apart {adv} /əˈpɑɹt/ (separately, in regard to space or company)  :: séparé, séparément
apart {adv} (in two or more parts; asunder)  :: en morceaux
apart {prep} (apart from) SEE: apart from  ::
apart from {prep} (except for)  :: à part, sinon
apartheid {n} /əˈpɑɹthaɪt/ (policy of racial separation in South Africa)  :: apartheid {m}
apartment {n} (archaic: suite of rooms within a domicile)  :: appartements {m-p}
apartment {n} /ʌˈpɑɹt.mɛnt/ (domicile occupying part of a building)  :: appartement {m}
apartment building {n} (residential building with multiple flats)  :: immeuble résidentiel {m}
apatheism {n} /æ.pə.θi.ɪzəm/ (apathy concerning the existence of God)  :: apathéisme {m}
apathetic {adj} /æp.əˈθɛt.ɪk/ (void of feeling)  :: indifférent {m}, indifférente {f}
apathy {n} /ˈæ.pə.θi/ (lack of emotion or motivation)  :: apathie {f}
apatite {n} /ˈæp.ə.taɪt/ (type of mineral)  :: apatite
ape {n} /eɪp/ (animal)  :: singe {m}, hominoïdé {m}, singe anthropoïde {m}
ape {v} (imitate)  :: singer
APEC {prop} (trade agreement)  :: Coopération économique pour l'Asie-Pacifique {f}, APEC
Apennines {prop} (mountain range)  :: Apennins {p}, Apennin {m}
aper {n} (someone who apes something) SEE: imitator  ::
aperture {n} /ˈæp.ɚ.tʃɚ/ (opening)  :: ouverture
aperture {n} (diameter of the aperture (in the sense above))  :: ouverture {f}
apex {n} /ˈeɪ.pɛks/ (highest point)  :: apex {m}, sommet {m}
apex {n} (moment of greatest success, expansion, etc)  :: apogée {f}
aphasia {n} /əˈfeɪzɪə/ (pathological speech disorder)  :: aphasie {f}
aphelion {n} /əˈfiːlɪən/ (the point in the elliptical orbit of a planet where it is farthest from the sun)  :: aphélie {m}
apheresis {n} /əˈfɛrəsɪs/ (loss of letters or sounds from the beginning of a word)  :: aphérèse {f}
aphesis {n} /ˈæfəsɪs/ (loss of the initial unstressed vowel of a word)  :: aphérèse {f}
aphetism {n} (shortened word)  :: aphérèse {f}
aphid {n} /ˈæfɪd/ (insect)  :: [♂♀] puceron {m}, puceron mâle {m}, puceron femelle {m}, [rosebush ♂♀] puceron vert du rosier {m}, [peach tree ♂♀] puceron vert du pêcher {m}
aphorism {n} /ˈæ.fə.ɹɪzm̩/ (short phrase conveying some principle or concept of thought)  :: aphorisme {m}
aphrodisiac {adj} /æf.ɹoʊ.ˈdi.zi.æk/ (intensifying sexual desire)  :: aphrodisiaque
aphrodisiac {n} (food or drug)  :: aphrodisiaque {m}
Aphrodite {prop} /æfrəˈdaɪti/ (Greek goddess)  :: Aphrodite {f}
aphtha {n} (foot-and-mouth disease) SEE: foot-and-mouth disease  ::
aphthous ulcer {n} (ulcer in the mouth caused by break in mucous membrane)  :: aphte {m}
apiarist {n} (beekeeper) SEE: beekeeper  ::
apiary {n} /ˈeɪ.pi.ɛr.i/ (a place where bees and hives are kept)  :: rucher {m}
a picture is worth a thousand words {proverb} (visualisation is better than verbal description)  :: une image vaut mille mots
a picture paints a thousand words {proverb} (a picture is worth a thousand words) SEE: a picture is worth a thousand words  ::
apiculture {n} (beekeeping) SEE: beekeeping  ::
apiculus {n} (part of a spore)  :: hile {m}
apiece {adv} /ʌˈpis/ (apiece)  :: chacun {m}, chacune {f}
apiol {n} (an aromatic compound)  :: apiol {m}
apnea {n} (cessation of breathing)  :: apnée
apoapsis {n} (point of a body's elliptical orbit)  :: apoapse, apoapside {m}
apoastron {n} (apastron) SEE: apastron  ::
apocalypse {n} (cataclysmic event)  :: apocalypse {f}
apocalypse {n} (end of the world)  :: apocalypse {f}
apocalypse {n} /əˈpɑkəlɪps/ (revealing or revelation)  :: apocalypse {f}
Apocalypse {prop} /əˈpɑkəlɪps/ (the written account of a revelation of hidden things given by God to a chosen prophet)  :: apocalypse
apocalyptic {adj} /əˈpɒ.kə.lɪp.tɪk/ (of or relating to an apocalypse)  :: apocalyptique
apocalyptic {n} (one who predicts apocalypse)  :: apocalyptique {m}
apocalypticist {n} (apocalyptic) SEE: apocalyptic  ::
apocopate {adj} (shortened by apocope)  :: apocopé {m}
apocopate {v} (shorten using apocope)  :: apocoper
apocope {n} /əˈpɒkəpi/ (loss or omission of a sound or syllable from the end of a word)  :: apocope {f}
apocopic {adj} (of or pertaining to apocope)  :: apocopique
apocryphal {adj} /əˈpɑːkɹɪfəl/ (of doubtful authenticity)  :: apocryphe
apodictic {adj} /apəʊˈdɪktɪk/ (incontrovertible)  :: apodictique
apogalacticon {n} (furthest point in the orbit of a star)  :: apogalacticon {m}
apogee {n} /ˈæpədʒi/ (a point in an orbit around the Earth)  :: apogée {m}
apolitical {adj} (Having no interest or involvement in politics)  :: apolitique
apolitical {adj} (Having no political relevance or function)  :: apolitique
Apollo {n} (asteroid type)  :: Apollon {m}
Apollo {prop} (a three-man spacecraft)  :: Apollo
Apollo {prop} (a town in Pennsylvania)  :: Apollo
Apollo {prop} (a very handsome young man)  :: apollon {m}
Apollo {prop} (butterfly)  :: apollon {m}
Apollo {prop} /əˈpɒləʊ/ (the son of Zeus)  :: Apollon {m}
Apollonia {prop} (the name of a number of Ancient Greek cities and colonies)  :: Apollonie
Apollyon {prop} (The destroying angel of the underworld, the undoer or disintegrator)  :: Apollyon {m}
apologise {v} /əˈpɒləˌdʒaɪz/ (apologize) SEE: apologize  ::
apologize {v} /əˈpɑləd͡ʒaɪz/ (to make an apology or defense)  :: faire l'apologie de
apologize {v} (to make an apology or excuse)  :: s'excuser
apologue {n} (a short story with a moral, often involving talking animals or objects)  :: apologue {m}
apologue {n} (rhetoric: use of fable to persuade the audience)  :: apologue {m}
apology {n} /əˈpɒl.ə.dʒi/ (an expression of regret)  :: excuse {f}
apology {n} (formal justification, defence)  :: apologie {f}
aponeurosis {n} (flattened fibrous membrane)  :: aponévrose {f}
apophantic {adj}  :: apophantique {m} {f}
apophony {n} (alternation of sounds within a word)  :: apophonie {f}
apophyge {n} ((architecture) a curvature found on the top or bottom of certain columns)  :: apophyge {f}
apophysis {n} (outgrowth)  :: apophyse {f}
apoplexy {n} /ˈæp.əˌplɛk.si/ (loss of consciousness)  :: apoplexie {f}
aposiopesis {n} /ˌæpəsaɪəˈpiːsɪs/ (abrupt breaking-off in speech)  :: aposiopèse {f}, réticence {f}
apostasy {n} /əˈpɒstəsi/ (renunciation of set of beliefs)  :: apostasie {f}
apostate {n} /ə.ˈpɒs.teɪt/ (person who renounces a faith)  :: apostat {m}, apostate {f}
a posteriori {adv} (in a manner that deduces theories from facts)  :: a posteriori
apostille {n} (a special sign)  :: apostille {f}
apostle {n} /əˈpɑsl̩/ (missionary or leader of a mission)  :: apôtre {m}, apôtre {f}, apôtresse {f}
apostle {n} (pioneer) SEE: pioneer  ::
apostle {n} (top-ranking Mormon church official)  :: apôtre {m}, apôtre {f}
Apostle {n} (one of the group of twelve disciples)  :: apôtre {m}
Apostles' Creed {prop} (statement of Christian belief)  :: Symbole des apôtres {m}
apostleship {n} (the position of being an apostle)  :: apostolat {m}
apostolic {adj} (according to the doctrines of the apostles)  :: apostolique
apostolic {adj} /ˌæpəˈstɑːlɪk/ (pertaining to the apostles)  :: apostolique
apostolically {adv} (in an apostolic way)  :: apostoliquement
apostolic succession {n} (chain of consecrations of bishops)  :: succession apostolique {f}
apostrophe {n} /əˈpɑːs.trə.fi/ (the character ’)  :: apostrophe {f}
apostrophe {n} (sudden piece of dialogue)  :: apostrophe {f}
apostrophize {v} (to use the apostrophe in writing or speech)  :: apostropher
apothecary {n} /əˈpɑθəˌkɛəɹi/ (pharmacist) SEE: pharmacist  ::
apothecary {n} (pharmacy) SEE: pharmacy  ::
apothegm {n} /ˈæp.ə.θɛm/ (A short witty instructive saying)  :: apophthegme {m}
apothem {n} /ˈæp.ə.θɛm/ (perpendicular distance from the center of a circle to a chord)  :: apothème
apothem {n} (the distance from the center of a polygon to a side)  :: apothème
apotheosis {n} /əˌpɑː.θiˈoʊ.sɪs/ (deification; becoming a god)  :: apothéose {f}
apotheosize {v} (deify)  :: apothéoser
apoxia {n} (altitude sickness) SEE: altitude sickness  ::
app {n} /æp/ (small computer application)  :: appli {f}
Appalachians {prop} (a mountain range in eastern North America)  :: Appalaches {p}
appalling {adj} (That appalls/appals or appall/appal)  :: épouvantable, effroyable
apparatchik {n} /æpəˈɹæt͡ʃɪk/ (member of a Communist apparat)  :: apparatchik {m}
apparatchik {n} (blindly loyal bureaucrat)  :: apparatchik {m}
apparatus {n} /æ.pəˈɹæ.təs/ (complex machine or instrument)  :: appareil {m}
apparatus {n} (bureaucratic organization)  :: appareil {m}
apparent {adj} (clear)  :: manifeste {m} {f}, criant {m}, criante {f}, évident {m}, évidente {f}
apparent {adj} /əˈpæ.ɹənt/ (visible)  :: apparent {m}, apparente {f}, visible {m} {f}
apparent {adj} (seeming)  :: apparent {m}, apparente {f}
apparently {adv} /əˈpæɹ.ɨnt.li/ (plainly)  :: apparemment, évidemment
apparently {adv} (seemingly)  :: apparemment
apparent magnitude {n} (measure of the brightness of a heavenly body)  :: magnitude apparente {f}
apparition {n} /ˌæp.ɚˈɪʃ.n̩/ (act of becoming visible)  :: apparition {f}
appeal {n} (application for the removal of a cause to a superior judge for reexamination)  :: appel {m}
appeal {n} (power to attract or interest)  :: attrait {m}
appeal {v} /əˈpɪəl/ (to accuse) SEE: accuse  ::
appeal {v} (to apply for the removal of a cause to a superior judge or court)  :: interjeter appel, faire appel
appeal {v} (to be attractive)  :: plaire (à)
appeal {v} (to call upon another)  :: appeler (à)
appeal {v} (to invoke) SEE: invoke  ::
appear {v} /əˈpiɹ/ (To come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visible)  :: apparaître
appear {v} (To seem; to have a certain semblance; to look)  :: sembler, paraître
appearance {n} (A thing seen)  :: apparition {f}
appearance {n} /əˈpɪɹəns/ (The act of appearing or coming into sight)  :: apparence {f}
appearance {n} (Semblance, or apparent likeness)  :: apparence {f}
appearance {n} (The coming into court of either of the parties)  :: comparution {f}
appease {v} /əˈpiːz/ (To make quiet; to calm; to reduce to a state of peace; to still; to pacify)  :: apaiser
appellant {n} /əˈpɛln̩t/ (litigant or party that is making an appeal)  :: appelant {m}
appellate court {n} (court having jurisdiction to hear appeals)  :: cour d'appel {f}
append {v} /ʌˈpɛnd/ (To hang or attach to, as by a string)  :: appendre, suspendre, ajouter
appendectomy {n} (surgical procedure)  :: appendicectomie {f}
appendicitis {n} /əˈpɛnd.ɪ.saɪt.əs/ (inflamation of the vermiform appendix)  :: appendicite {f}
appendix {n} /əˈpɛn.dɪks/ (text added to the end of a book or an article)  :: annexe {f}, appendice {m}
appendix {n} (vermiform appendix)  :: appendice {m}
Appenzell Inner Rhodes {prop} (Swiss canton)  :: Appenzell Rhodes-Intérieures
Appenzell Outer Rhodes {prop} (a Swiss canton)  :: Appenzell Rhodes-Extérieures
appertain {v} /æp.ɚˈten/ (To belong to or be a part of, whether by right, nature, appointment, or custom; to relate to)  :: appartenir
appetite {n} /ˈæp.ə.taɪt/ (desire of or relish for food)  :: appétit {m}
appetizer {n} (small, light first course)  :: amuse-gueules, garniture d'apéritif, savouries, apéritif {m}, entrée {f}
appetizing {adj} /ˈæp.ə.taɪz.ɪŋ/ (that appeals to, or stimulates the appetite)  :: appétissant
Appian {prop} /ˈæpiən/ (Roman name)  :: Appien
Appius {prop} (Roman name)  :: Appius
applaud {v} /əˈplɔd/ (to express approval by clapping)  :: applaudir
applaud {v} (to praise, or express approval by words)  :: louer, approuver
applause {n} /əˈplɔz/ (act of applauding)  :: acclamer
apple {n} /ˈæpl̩/ (fruit)  :: pomme {f}
apple {n} (apples and pears (Cockney rhyming slang)) SEE: apples and pears  ::
apple {n} (tree) SEE: apple tree  ::
apple {n} (wood)  :: pommier {m}
apple does not fall far from the tree {proverb} (a child is similar to its parents)  :: la pomme ne tombe pas loin de l'arbre
apple dumpling {n} (baked dessert made from apples)  :: rabote
apple juice {n} (the juice of apples as a drink)  :: jus de pomme
apple of discord {n} (object which sows dissention and anger)  :: pomme de discorde {f}
apple of love {n} (tomato)  :: pomme d'or {m}
apple pie {n} (pie with apple filling)  :: tarte aux pommes {f}
apple sauce {n} (a food)  :: compote de pommes {f}, marmelade de pommes {f}
apple sauce {n} (nonsense) SEE: apple sauce  ::
applesauce {interj} (nonsense)  :: balivernes!
applesauce {n} (apple sauce) SEE: apple sauce  ::
applesauce {n} (nonsense)  :: balivernes {f-p}
apple seed {n} (the seed of the fruit of the Malus domestica (apple) tree)  :: graine de pomme {f}
applet {n} (a small program module that runs under the control of a larger application)  :: appliquette, applette, applet
apple tree {n} /ˈæpl̩ tɹiː/ (tree that bears apples)  :: pommier {m}
apple turnover {n} (a pastry dessert filled with pieces of sweetened apples)  :: chausson de pomme {m}
appliance {n} /əˈplaɪəns/ (a device in its own right)  :: appareil {m}
applicable {adj} /ˈæplɪkəbəl/ (suitable for application; relevant)  :: applicable
applicant {n} /ˈæp.lə.kɪnt/ (one who applies)  :: demandeur {m}, candidat {m}
application {n} (a computer program)  :: application {f}, programme {m}
application {n} /ˌæp.ləˈkeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of applying)  :: candidature {f}
application {n} (a verbal or written request)  :: candidature {f}, demande {f}
application {n} (the act of applying as a means)  :: application {f}
application {n} (the thing applied)  :: application {f}
application programming interface {n}  :: interface de programmation {f}
applicative {adj} (having practical application)  :: applicatif
applied {adj} (put into practical use)  :: appliqué
applied mathematics {n} (area of mathematics)  :: les mathématiques appliqueées {f-p}
applique {n} /ˈæp.lɪ.keɪ/ (decorative design)  :: appliqué inversé {m}
apply {v} (to lay or place)  :: appliquer
apply {v} (to put to use for a purpose)  :: appliquer
apply {v} (to submit oneself as a candidate)  :: s'inscrire, postuler
appoint {v} /əˈpɔɪnt/ (To fix with power or firmness)  :: fixer, poser, déterminer
appoint {v} (To assign, designate, or set apart by authority)  :: désigner, choisir, attribuer, nommer
appoint {v} ( to constitute; to ordain; to prescribe; to fix the time and place of)  :: fixer, (date) poser
appointment {n} (arrangement for a meeting; an engagement)  :: rendez-vous, [France, slang] rencard {m}
appointment {n} /ʌˈpɔɪnt.mɛnt/ (act of appointing; designation of a person to hold an office)  :: nomination {f}
apposition {n} (grammatical construction)  :: apposition {f}
apposition {n} (rhetoric: appositio) SEE: appositio  ::
appraisal {n} (judgement)  :: estimation {f}, jugement {m}, évaluation {f}
appraise {v} /əˈpɹeɪz/  :: estimer, évaluer
appreciable {adj} /əˈpɹiːʃəbl/ (Capable of being appreciated or estimated; considerable)  :: appréciable
appreciably {adv} (in an appreciable manner)  :: appréciablement
appreciate {v} /əˈpɹi.ʃi.eɪt/ (to be grateful for something)  :: être reconnaissant de
appreciate {v} (to be aware of)  :: se rendre (bien) compte de
appreciate {v} (to increase in value)  :: prendre de la valeur
appreciate {v} (to value highly)  :: apprécier (à sa juste valeur)
apprehend {v} /æ.pɹiˈhɛnd/ (To take or seize; to take hold of)  :: appréhender
apprehend {v} ((intransitive) to be apprehensive or fear)  :: appréhender
apprehend {v} ( to arrest; to apprehend a criminal)  :: appréhender
apprehend {v} (to think, believe, or understand)  :: appréhender [understand]
apprehend {v} ( to understand; to recognize)  :: appréhender
apprehend {v} ((transitive) to anticipate with anxiety, dread, or fear)  :: appréhender
apprehensive {adj} (anticipating something with anxiety or fear)  :: soucieux, appréhensif, inquiet
apprehensive {adj} (Perceptive; quick to learn; intelligent; capable of grasping with the mind or intellect)  :: vif, perspicace
apprentice {n} /əˈpɹɛntɪs/ (trainee, especially in a skilled trade)  :: apprenti {m}
apprenticeship {n} (condition of, or the time served by, an apprentice)  :: apprentissage {m}
apprenticeship {n} (system by which a person learning a craft or trade is instructed)  :: apprentissage {m}
approach {n} (a manner in which a problem is solved or policy is made)  :: approche {f}
approach {n} (the act of drawing near)  :: approche {f}
approach {v} /əˈprəʊtʃ/ (to come or go near, in place or time; to draw nigh; to advance nearer)  :: approcher
approach {v} (To come near to in place, time, or character)  :: s'approcher de
approachable {adj} (easy to talk to)  :: approchable
approbation {n} /ˌæp.ɹoʊˈbeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of approval)  :: approbation {f}
appropriate {adj} /əˈpɹoʊ.pɹi.ɪt/ (peculiar, suitable, fit, proper)  :: approprié
appropriate {v} (To make suitable)  :: approprié
appropriately {adv} (in an appropriate manner)  :: de manière appropriée, convenablement
approval {n} (acceptance)  :: approbation {f}
approval {n} /əˈpɹuvəl/ (permission)  :: agrément {m}, approbation {f}
approve {v} /əˈpɹuːv/ (To make or show to be worthy of approbation or acceptance)  :: approuver
approving {adj} /ʌˈpɹuv.ɪŋ/ (expressing approbation; commending)  :: approbateur, [dated] approbatif
approvingly {adv} (in an approving manner)  :: [dated] approbativement
approximant {n} /əˈprɑksɪmənt/ (mathematics: approximation) SEE: approximation  ::
approximate {adj} /ə.ˈpɹɑk.sə.mət/ (Approaching; proximate; nearly resembling)  :: approximant {m}
approximate {adj} (Near correctness; nearly exact; not perfectly accurate;)  :: approximatif {m}
approximate {v} (to carry or advance near; to cause to approach)  :: approximer
approximate {v} (to come near to; to approach)  :: approximer
approximately {adv} /əˈpɹɑk.sɪ.mət.li/ (imprecise but close to in quantity or amount)  :: plus ou moins, à peu près, approximativement
approximation {n} (act of approximating)  :: rapprochement {m}
approximation {n} (imprecise solution)  :: approximation {f}
apricot {adj} (colour)  :: abricot
apricot {n} (colour)  :: abricot {m}
apricot {n} /ˈeɪprɪkɒt/ (fruit)  :: abricot {m}
apricot {n} (tree)  :: abricotier {m}
April {prop} /ˈeɪprəl/ (fourth month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: avril {m}
April fool {n} (practical joke played on April Fools' Day)  :: poisson d'avril {m}
April Fools' Day {n} (First day of April)  :: poisson d'avril {m}
a priori {adv} (derived by logic)  :: a priori
apriori {adv} (a priori) SEE: a priori  ::
apéritif {n} /ɑːˌpɛɹɪˈtiːf/ (alcoholic drink served before a meal as an appetiser)  :: apéritif {m}, [informal] apéro {m}
apron {n} /ˈeɪ.pɹən/ (clothing)  :: tablier {m}
apropos {adj} /ˌæp.ɹəˈpoʊ/ (of an appropriate or pertinent nature)  :: à propos
apropos {adv} (by the way)  :: à propos
apropos {prep} (regarding or concerning)  :: à propos
apsara {n} (a female spirit of the clouds and waters)  :: apsara {f}
apse {n}  :: [1] abside {f}
apse {n} /æps/ (case in which the relics were kept) SEE: reliquary  ::
apse {n} (astronomy: apsis) SEE: apsis  ::
apse {n} (obsolete or dialectal: aspen tree) SEE: aspen  ::
apside {n} (apsis) SEE: apsis  ::
apsis {n} (architecture: apse)  :: abside {f}
apsis {n} (astronomy: point in elliptical orbit)  :: apside {f}
apterygote {n} (any insect of the order Apterygota)  :: aptérygote {m}
Aptian {prop}  :: Aptien
Apuleius {prop} (ancient Platonist and Sophist)  :: Apulée {m}
Apulia {prop} (region of Italy)  :: Pouille {f}, Pouilles {f-p}
Apus {prop} /ˈeɪpəs/ (a constellation of the southern sky)  :: Oiseau de paradis {m}
aquaculture {n} (the cultivation of the aquatic produce)  :: aquaculture {f}
aquapark {n} (an amusement park with waterplay areas)  :: parc aquatique {m}
aquaphobia {n} (fear of water)  :: aquaphobie {f}
aqua regia {n} /ˌeɪkwəˈriːdʒiə/ (mixture of acids)  :: eau régale {f}
aquarium {n} (public place where live fish are exhibited)  :: aquarium {m}
aquarium {n} (tank for keeping fish)  :: aquarium {m}
Aquarius {n} (Someone with a Aquarius star sign)  :: Verseau {m}
Aquarius {prop} (astrological sign)  :: Verseau {m}
Aquarius {prop} /əˈkwɛrɪəs/ (constellation)  :: Verseau {m}
aquatic {adj} /əˈkʰwɑɾɪk/ (relating to water; living in or near water, taking place in water)  :: aquatique {m} {f}
aquatics {n} (sport involving water)  :: aquatiques {m-p} {f-p}
aqueduct {n} /ˈæk.wəˌdʌkt/ (an artificial channel conveying water)  :: aqueduc {m}
aqueduct {n} (a structure carrying water)  :: aqueduc {m}
aqueous {adj} /ˈeɪ.kwi.əs/ ({{trans-top, see also: sdhnajkhdakfhakfasjf)  :: aqueux
aquifer {n} /ˈɑkwɪfɝ/ (an underground layer of water-bearing porous stone, earth, or gravel)  :: aquifère {m}
Aquila {prop} (constellation)  :: Aigle {m}
aquiline {adj} /ˈæk.wɪ.laɪn/ (of, pertaining to, or characteristic of eagles)  :: aquilin
Aquitaine {prop} (region of France)  :: Aquitaine {f}
Ara {prop} (constellation)  :: Autel
Arab {adj} /ˈæɹəb/ (of or pertaining to Arabs and their nations)  :: arabe
Arab {n} (Semitic person)  :: Arabe {m} {f}
arabesque {n} (ornamental design used in Islamic Art)  :: arabesque
Arabia {prop} (a peninsula between the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf;)  :: Arabie {f}
Arabian oryx {n} (Oryx leucoryx)  :: oryx béatrix {m}, oryx d'Arabie {m}
Arabian Sea {prop} (part of the Indian Ocean)  :: mer d'Oman {f}
Arabic {adj} /ˈɛrəbɪk/ (of, from, or pertaining to Arab countries or cultural behaviour)  :: arabe
Arabic {prop} (alphabet)  :: arabe {m}, alphabet arabe {m}
Arabic {prop} (language)  :: arabe {m}
Arabic numeral {n} (any of the ten symbols from 0 through 9)  :: chiffre arabe {m}
Arabic script {n} (letters of the Arabic language)  :: alphabet arabe {m}
Arabisation {n} (process of arabising)  :: arabisation {f}
Arabization {n} (Arabisation) SEE: Arabisation  ::
Arabize {v} (to make Arab)  :: arabiser
Arabo- {prefix} (relating to Arabic or Arabs)  :: arabo-
Arabophobia {n} (the fear, hate or dislike of Arabs)  :: arabophobie {f}
Arab Republic of Egypt {prop} (Official name of Egypt)  :: République arabe d'Égypte {f}
Arab Spring {prop} (movement)  :: Printemps arabe {m}
Arab World {prop} (Arabic speaking world)  :: monde arabe {m}
arachidonic acid {n} (long chain fatty acid precursor to prostaglandins)  :: acide arachidonique {m}
arachnid {n} /əɹækinɪd/ (eight-legged creature)  :: arachnide
arachnoid {n} (the arachnoid mater) SEE: arachnoid mater  ::
arachnoid mater {n} (middle layer of the meninges)  :: arachnoïde {f}
arachnologist {n}  :: arachnologue, arachnologiste
arachnology {n} (Study of the Arachnida)  :: arachnologie
arachnophobia {n} /æˌɹæk.nəˈfəʊ.bɪ.ə/ (an abnormal or irrational fear of spiders)  :: arachnophobie
Aragonese {adj} (from Aragon)  :: aragonais
Aragonese {n} (a person)  :: Aragonais {m}, Aragonaise {f}
Aragonese {prop} (the language of Aragon)  :: aragonais {m}
Aral Sea {prop} /ˈɑːrəl siː/ (Aral sea)  :: mer d'Aral {f}
Aramaean {adj} (of, or pertaining to Aramaeans or Aram)  :: araméen {m}, araméenne {f}
Aramaean {n} /ærəˈmiːən/ (member of a West Semitic semi-nomadic and pastoralist people)  :: Araméen {m}, Araméenne {f}
Aramaean {prop} (Aramaic) SEE: Aramaic  ::
Aramaic {adj} (pertaining to the language, alphabet, culture or poetry)  :: araméen
Aramaic {prop} /ˌæɹ.ə.ˈmei.ɪk/ (the language)  :: araméen {m}
Arapaho {prop} /əˈɹæpəhoʊ/ (language)  :: Arapaho
arapaima {n} (Arapaima gigas)  :: arapaïma {m}, pirarucu
Araucania {prop}  :: Araucanie
arbiter {n} /ˈɑːbɪtə(r)/ (a person appointed, or chosen, by parties to determine a controversy between them)  :: arbitre {m}
arbiter {n} (judge without control)  :: arbitre {m}
arbitrarily {adv} (in an arbitrary manner)  :: arbitrairement
arbitrariness {n} (the state of being arbitrary)  :: arbitraire
arbitrary {adj} /ˈɑɹ.bɪ.t(ʃ)ɹɛ(ə).ɹi/ (based on individual discretion or judgment)  :: arbitraire
arbitrary {adj} (chosen at random)  :: arbitraire
arbitrary {adj} (determined by impulse)  :: arbitraire
arbitrary {adj} ((mathematics))  :: quelconque
arbitration {n} (a process through which two or more parties use an arbitrator or arbiter in order to resolve a dispute)  :: arbitrage {m}
arbitration {n} (in general, a form of justice where both parties designate a person whose ruling they will accept formally)  :: arbitrage {m}
arbitration {n} (the act or process of arbitrating)  :: arbitrage {m}
arbutus {n} (strawberry tree) SEE: strawberry tree  ::
arc {n} (curve)  :: arc {m}
arc {n} (directed edge) SEE: directed edge  ::
arc {n} /ɑːk/ (geometry: part of a curve)  :: arc de courbe {m}
arcade {n} (establishment running coin-operated games)  :: salle d'arcade {f}
arcade {n} (row of arches)  :: arcade {f}
Arcadia {prop} (A district or a prefecture in the central and mid SE Peloponnese)  :: Arcadie
Arcadian {adj} (pertaining to ancient Arcadia)  :: arcadien {m}, arcadienne {f}
Arcadian {n} /ɑɹˈkeɪ.di.ən/ (inhabitant of ancient Arcadia)  :: Arcadien {m}, Arcadienne {f}
Arcadius {prop} (male given name)  :: Arcadius
arcane {adj} (understood by only a few; obscure)  :: arcane
Arc de Triomphe {prop} (the Parisian monument)  :: Arc de Triomphe {m}
arch {n}  :: arche {f}
arch {n} (architectural element)  :: arc {m}
arch {n} /ɑɹtʃ/ (inverted U shape)  :: arc {m}, arche {f}
arch- {prefix} (chief, highest, most extreme)  :: archi-
-arch {suffix} (leading, leader)  :: -arque
archaeological {adj} (relating to the science or research of archaeology)  :: archéologique
archaeologist {n} (someone who is skilled, professes or practices archaeology)  :: archéologue {m} {f}
archaeology {n} /ˌɑɹ.kiˈɑl.ə.dʒi/ (scientific study of past remains)  :: archéologie {f}
archaic {adj} /ɑɹ.ˈkeɪ.ɪk/ (old-fashioned or antiquated)  :: archaïque
archaism {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ)keɪˌɪzəm/ (archaic word, language)  :: archaïsme {m}
archangel {n} /ˈɑː(r)kˌeɪn.dʒəl/ (angel who leads other angels)  :: archange
Archangel {prop} (Arkhangelsk) SEE: Arkhangelsk  ::
archbishop {n} /ɑɹtʃ.bɪʃ.əp/ (senior bishop)  :: archevêque {m}
archdeacon {n} (administrative official in a diocese)  :: archidiacre {m}, archidiacres {m-p}
archdemon {n}  :: archidémon {m}
archdiocese {n} /ˌɑrtʃˈdaɪəsɪs/ (area administered by an archbishop)  :: archidiocèse {f}
archduchess {n} (daughter or granddaughter of the Emperor of Austria-Hungary)  :: archiduchesse {f}
archduchy {n} (territority of an archduke)  :: archiduché {m}
archduke {n} (rank)  :: archiduc {m}
archenemy {n} (a principal enemy)  :: ennemi juré {m}
archeological {adj} (archaeological) SEE: archaeological  ::
archeopteryx {n} /ɑːkiːˈɒptəɹɪks/ (ancient bird)  :: archéoptéryx {m}, archæoptéryx {m}, archéoptéryx {m}, [genus], Archaeopteryx {m}, [species], Archaeopteryx lithographica {m},
archer {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ).tʃə(ɹ)/ (one who shoots an arrow from a bow or a bolt from a crossbow)  :: archer {m}
archeress {n} /ˈɑːtʃəɹɪs/ (a female archer)  :: archère {f}
archery {n} /ɑɹtʃəɹiː/ (the practice)  :: tir à l'arc {m}
archetier {n} (one who makes bows)  :: archetier {m}
archetypal {adj} (Of or pertaining to an archetype)  :: archétypal, archétypique
archetype {n}  :: archétype
archetype {n} (Jungian psychology: universal pattern of thought)  :: archétype {m}
archetype {n} /ˈɑɹkɪtaɪp/ (original model of which all other similar persons, objects, or concepts are merely derivative)  :: archétype {m}
archfiend {n} (Satan) SEE: Satan  ::
Archi {prop} (language)  :: artchi
archiepiscopal {adj} (of or relating to an archbishop or an archbishopric)  :: archiépiscopal
archimandrite {n} /ˌɑːkɪˈmændraɪt/ (The superior of a large monastery, or group of monasteries, in the Orthodox Church)  :: archimandrite {m}
Archimedes {prop} /ˌɑːrkɪˈmiːdiːz/ (an ancient Greek mathematician)  :: Archimède {m}
archipelago {n} /ˌɑɹkəˈpɛləˌɡoʊ/ (group of islands)  :: archipel {m}
architect {n} /ˈɑɹkɪtɛkt/ (designer of buildings)  :: architecte {m} {f}
architect {v} (to design, plan or orchestrate)  :: architecturer
architectural {adj} /ˈɑɹkɪtɛktʃəɹəl/ (pertaining to architecture)  :: architectural
architecture {n} (art and science of designing buildings and other structures)  :: architecture {f}
architranseme {n} (a theoretical common denominator used in the comparison of source text and translation)  :: architransème {m}
archive {n} /ˈɑɹkaɪv/ (place for storing earlier material)  :: archives {f-p}
archive {v} (to archive)  :: archiver
archivist {n} /ˈɑː(r)kəvɪst/ (one who creates, maintains or controls archives)  :: archiviste {m}, archiviste {f}
archon {n} /ˈɑːkən/ (chief magistrate)  :: archonte {m}
archosaurian {n} (archosaur) SEE: archosaur  ::
archpriest {n} (religious title / rank)  :: archiprêtre {m}
archway {n} (passageway covered by an arch)  :: arcade {f}
arcminute {n} (minute of angle) SEE: minute of angle  ::
Arctic {adj} (cold, snowy, or having other properties of extreme winter associated with the Arctic)  :: arctique
Arctic {adj} /ˈɑɹktɪk/ (Pertaining to the northern polar region of the planet)  :: arctique
Arctic {prop} (a region of the Earth)  :: Arctique {f}
Arctic Circle {prop} (one of the five major circles of latitude)  :: cercle arctique {m}
Arctic cod {n} (Arctogadus glacialis)  :: morue arctique {f}
arctic fox {n} (Alopex lagopus)  :: renard polaire {m}
Arctic Ocean {prop} (the smallest of the five oceans of the Earth, on and around the North Pole)  :: océan Arctique {m}
Arcturus {prop} (Alpha Boötis)  :: Arcturus
ard {n} (simple plough)  :: araire {f}
Ardèche {prop} (French department)  :: Ardèche
Ardèche {prop} (French river)  :: Ardèche
Ardennes {prop} (département)  :: Ardennes {m}
ardent {adj} (full or ardour)  :: ardent, (against opponent) farouche, (admiration) fervent, (love) passionné
ardent {adj} (glowing)  :: ardent
ardor {n}  :: ardeur
ardor {n} (heat)  :: ardeur {f}
ardor {n} /ˈɑːrdər/ (great warmth of feeling; fervor; passion)  :: ardeur {f}, ferveur {f}
ardour {n} (ardor) SEE: ardor  ::
arduous {adj} /ˈɑɹdʒuəs/ (needing or using up much energy)  :: ardu
are {n} (unit of area)  :: are {m}
are {v} (be) SEE: be  ::
are {v} (first-person plural simple present indicative form of be)  :: sommes
are {v} (second-person plural simple present indicative form of be)  :: êtes
are {v} /ɑɹ/ (second-person singular (informal) simple present indicative form of be)  :: es, êtes [formal]
are {v} (third-person plural simple present indicative form of be)  :: sont
area {n} /ˈæɹ.i.ə/ (math: measure of extent of a surface)  :: région {f}
area {n}  :: aire {f}
area {n} (any particular extent)  :: aire
area {n} (particular geographic region)  :: région {f}
area {n} (soccer: penalty area) SEE: penalty area  ::
arena {n} (an enclosed area, often outdoor)  :: arène
arena {n}  :: arène
arene {n} (monocyclic or polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon)  :: arène
arenicolous {adj} (living or burrowing in sand)  :: arénicole
areola {n} (circle around the nipple)  :: aréole
Ares {prop} /ˈeəɹiːz/ (the god of war, son of Zeus and Hera)  :: Arès {m}
are you allergic to any medications {phrase} (are you allergic to any medications?)  :: êtes-vous allergique à certains médicaments?
are you married {phrase} (are you married?)  :: es-tu marié ? or êtes-vous marié ? [to a man], es-tu mariée ? or êtes-vous mariée ? [to a woman]
are you OK {phrase} /ɑɹ juː oʊˈkeɪ/ (are you OK?)  :: [informal] tu vas bien ?, [formal] vous allez bien ?, est-ce que ça va ?
are your ears burning {phrase} (said of somebody who was not present but was the topic of discussion)  :: avez-vous les oreilles qui sifflent ?
are you religious {phrase} (are you religious?)  :: [polite] êtes-vous religieux? {m}, êtes-vous religieuse? {f}, [familiar] es-tu religieux? {m}, es-tu religieuse? {f}
are you taking any medications {phrase} (are you taking any medications?)  :: prenez-vous des médicaments?
Arezzo {prop} (province of Tuscany)  :: Arezzo
Arezzo {prop} (town and capital of Arezzo)  :: Arezzo
arf {interj} (representing dog's bark)  :: ouaf
argan {n} (tree)  :: argane
argent {adj} (of white or silver tincture on a coat of arms)  :: argent
argent {n} /ˈɑɹdʒɛnt/ (silver or metal tincture)  :: argent {m}
argentic {adj}  :: argentique {m} {f}
Argentina {prop} /ˌɑɹ.dʒənˈti.nə/ (Argentine Republic)  :: Argentine {f}
argentine {n} (Argentina sphyraena)  :: petite argentine {m}
argentine {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ).dʒənˌtiːn/ (fish of the genus Argentina)  :: argentine {m}
Argentine {adj} /ˈɑːdʒəntaɪn/ (Argentinian) SEE: Argentinian  ::
Argentine {n} (Argentinian) SEE: Argentinian  ::
Argentine {prop} (Argentina) SEE: Argentina  ::
Argentinean {adj} (Argentinian) SEE: Argentinian  ::
Argentinean {n} (Argentinian) SEE: Argentinian  ::
Argentine tango {n} (Ballroom dance)  :: tango argentin
Argentinian {adj} (pertaining to Argentina)  :: argentin {m}, argentine {f}
Argentinian {n} /ɑɹˌdʒɨnˈtɪniən/ (person from Argentina)  :: Argentin {m}, Argentine {f}
argentophilic {adj} (argentophilic) SEE: argyrophilic  ::
argh {interj} /ɑɹː/ (expression of annoyance)  :: argh {m}
arginine {n} /ˈɑɹɡɪniːn/ (an amino acid)  :: arginine
Argo {prop} (mythical ship)  :: Argo
argon {n} (a chemical element)  :: argon {m}
argonaut {n}  :: argonaute
Argonaut {prop} (A member of the Argo who searched for the Golden Fleece)  :: Argonaute
Argo Navis {prop} (constellation)  :: Navire Argo {m}
argot {n} /ˈɑːrɡət/ (secret language of thieves, tramps and vagabonds)  :: argot {m}
arguable {adj} /ˈɑɹɡjuəbl/ (open to argument)  :: discutable
argue {v} /ˈɑɹ.ɡju/ (intransitive: to debate, disagree, or discuss opposing or differing viewpoints)  :: affirmer
argue {v} (to have an argument, a quarrel)  :: se disputer, se quereller
argument {n} /ˈɑɹɡjumənt/ (fact or statement used to support a proposition; a reason)  :: argument {m}
argument {n} (process of reasoning)  :: argumentation {f}
argument {n} (variable that is being passed to a function)  :: argument {m}
argument {n} (verbal dispute; a quarrel)  :: querelle {f}
arhythmic {adj} (arrhythmic) SEE: arrhythmic  ::
aria {n} /ˈɑː.ɹɪə/ (type of musical piece)  :: aria {f}
Ariadne {prop} /ˈæ.ɹiˌæd.ni/ (daughter of King Minos)  :: Ariane
Arian {adj} (pertaining to Arianism)  :: arien
Arian {n} /ˈɛəɹiən/ (a kind of Christian who holds Arian ideas)  :: arien {m}
Arian {n} (someone whose star sign is in Aries) SEE: Aries  ::
Arianism {n} /ˈɛəɹɪənɪzəm/ (nontrinitarian Christian teaching)  :: arianisme {m}
arid {adj} /ˈæ.ɹɪd/ (very dry)  :: aride
Ariel {prop} (moon of Uranus)  :: Ariel
Aries {n} (Someone with an Aries star sign)  :: Bélier
Aries {prop} (astrological sign)  :: Bélier
Aries {prop} /ˈɛɹiz/ (constellation)  :: Bélier {m}
Ariège {prop} (département)  :: Ariège {f}
arise {v} /əˈraɪz/ (get up, stand up)  :: se lever
arise {v} (start to exist, originate)  :: surgir
Aristarch {n} /ˈæɹɪstɑːk/ (severe critic)  :: aristarque
aristocracy {n} /ˌæ.ɹɪˈstɒk.ɹə.si/ (the nobility or the hereditary ruling class)  :: aristocratie {f}
aristocracy {n} (government by such a class)  :: aristocratie {f}
aristocratic {adj} /ˌæɹɪstəˈkɹætɪk/ (of or pertaining to an aristocracy)  :: aristocratique
Aristotelianism {prop} (philosophical system)  :: aristotélisme {m}
Aristotle {prop} (ancient Greek philosopher)  :: Aristote {m}
arithmetic {adj} (computed solely using addition)  :: arithmétique
arithmetic {n} /əˈrɪθmətɪk/ (mathematics of numbers, etc.)  :: arithmétique {f}
arithmetic {n} (of or relating to arithmetic)  :: d'arithmétique, de l’arithmétique
arithmetically {adv} (In an arithmetic manner)  :: arithmétiquement
arithmetic logic unit {n} (ALU)  :: unité arithmétique et logique {f}
arithmetic mean {n} (measure of central tendency)  :: moyenne arithmétique
arithmetic operation {n} (any of the four basic operations in arithmetic)  :: opération arithmétique {f}
arithmetic progression {n} (sequence)  :: série arithmétique {f}
arithmomania {n} (disorder)  :: arithmomanie {f}
arity {n} /ˈæɹɪɾij/ (number of arguments)  :: arité {m}
Arius {prop} /ˈɛəɹiəs/ (Greek name)  :: Arius
Arizona {prop} /ˌærɪˈzoʊnə/ (a state of the United States of America)  :: Arizona
ark {n} (consecrated container)  :: arche {f}
ark {n} /ɑɹk/ (Noah's ship)  :: arche {f}
Arkhangelsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Arkhangelsk {m}
arm {n} /ɑɹm/ (portion of the upper appendage from shoulder to wrist)  :: bras {m}
arm {n} (portion of the upper limb from shoulder to elbow, upper arm)  :: arrière-bras {m}
arm {n} (weapon)  :: arme {f}
arm {v} (to prepare a tool or a weapon for action)  :: armer
arm {v} (to supply with weapons)  :: armer
armadillo {n} /ɑɹməˈdɪloʊ/ (burrowing mammal covered with bony, jointed, protective plates)  :: tatou {m}
Armageddon {prop} (The place where the final battle will be fought between the forces of good and evil)  :: Armageddon {m}
armament {n} (any equipment for resistance)  :: armement {m}
armament {n} (body of forces equipped for war)  :: force de frappe {f}
arm and a leg {n} (an exorbitant amount)  :: [verb] coûter les yeux de la tête, [verb] coûter la peau des fesses, [verb, slang] coûter la peau du cul
armband {n} (A band worn around the arm)  :: crêpe de deuil {m}
armband {n} (An inflatable band worn round the arms to keep afloat in water)  :: bracelet de natation {m}
armchair {n} /ˌɑː(ɹ)mˈtʃeə(ɹ)/ (a chair with supports for the arms or elbows)  :: fauteuil
armed {adj} /ɑɹmd/ (equipped, especially with a weapon)  :: armé
armed forces {n} (the military forces of a nation)  :: forces armées {f-p}
Armenia {prop} /ɑɹˈmi.ni.ə/ (ancient kingdom and country in West Asia)  :: Arménie {f}
Armenian {adj} /ɑːrˈmiːniən/ (of, from, or pertaining to Armenia, Armenians, the language or alphabet)  :: arménien
Armenian {n} (person)  :: Arménien {m}, Arménienne {f}
Armenian {prop} (language)  :: arménien {m}
Armenian Highland {prop} (plateau)  :: haut-plateau arménien {m}
Armenian Question {prop} (the issues surrounding the status of Armenians)  :: question arménienne
Armenian SSR {prop} (Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, see also: Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic)  :: RSS d'Arménie
Armenology {n} (Armenian studies) SEE: Armenian studies  ::
armet {n} (helmet)  :: armet {m}
armful {n} (amount an arm or arms can hold)  :: brassée {f}
armhole {n} (hole in a piece of clothing)  :: emmanchure {f}
armigerous {adj} /ɑɹˈmɪ.dʒɚ.əs/ (entitled to bear a coat of arms)  :: blasonné
armillary sphere {n} (instrument consisting of graduated metal circles)  :: sphère armillaire {f}
arm in arm {adv} (arms linked)  :: bras dessus bras dessous
Arminius {prop} (Germanic chieftain)  :: Arminius
armistice {n} (formal agreement to end fighting)  :: armistice {m}, trêve {f}
armor {n} /ˈɑːɹmɚ/ (protective layer over a body, vehicle, or other object intended to deflect or diffuse damaging forces)  :: armure {f}
armor {n} (natural form of this kind of protection on an animal's body)  :: cuirasse {f}
armor {n} (tank) SEE: tank  ::
armorbearer {n} (armourbearer) SEE: armourbearer  ::
armored personnel carrier {n} (armored vehicle for carrying infantry soldiers in combat)  :: véhicule de transport de troupes {m}, VTT {m}
Armorica {prop} /ɑːˈmɒɹɪkə/ (historic French region)  :: Armorique {f}
Armorican {adj} (département)  :: armoricain
Armorican {n} (département)  :: Armoricain {m}
armory {n} (armoury) SEE: armoury  ::
armoured car {n} (armoured truck) SEE: armoured truck  ::
armoured car {n} (automobile equipped with armour)  :: voiture blindée {f}
armoured car {n} ((law enforcement) armoured vehicle resistant to small arms fire)  :: véhicule blindé {m}
armoured car {n} ((military) armoured fighting vehicle)  :: véhicule blindé {m}
armoured truck {n} (armoured car) SEE: armoured car  ::
armoured truck {n} (truck used to transfer valuables)  :: fourgon blindé {m}
armoury {n} (Heraldry)  :: armoiries {f-p}
armoury {n} (place where arms are kept, an arsenal)  :: arsenal {m}
armpit {n} (cavity beneath the junction of the arm and shoulder)  :: aisselle {f}
armrest {n} (part of a seat)  :: accoudoir {m}, accotoir {m}
arms {n} (weapons)  :: armes {f-p}
arms control {n} (restrictions of weapons, especially weapons of mass destruction)  :: contrôle des armements {m}
arms race {n} (a competition for military supremacy)  :: course aux armements {f}
arm to the teeth {v} (to equip with weapons)  :: armer jusqu'aux dents
arm-twisting {n} (use of pressure)  :: pressions directes {f}
arm wrestling {n} /ˈɑɹm ˌɹɛs.lɪŋ/ (a sport)  :: bras de fer {m}
army {n}  :: armée {f}
army {n} /ˈɑɹ.mi/ (military force concerned mainly with ground operations)  :: armée {f}
arnica {n} (plants of genus Arnica)  :: arnica {f}
Arnold {prop} (male given name)  :: Arnaud
a rolling stone gathers no moss {proverb} (proverb)  :: pierre qui roule n'amasse pas mousse
aroma {n} /əˈroʊmə/ (a pleasant smell)  :: arôme {m}, parfum {m}
Aromanian {n} (person)  :: Aroumain
Aromanian {prop} (language)  :: aroumain {m}
aromatherapy {n} (type of therapy)  :: aromathérapie {f}
aromatic {adj} /æ.ɹəˈmæt.ɪk/ (fragrant or spicy)  :: aromatique, odorant
aromatic {adj} (in organic chemistry)  :: aromatique
aromatize {v} (to make aromatic)  :: aromatiser
around {prep} /əˈɹæwnd/ (defining a circle or closed curve containing)  :: autour de
around {prep} (following a path)  :: autour de
around {prep} (near)  :: [time] vers, [location] autour de
around the clock {prep} (all the time)  :: autour de l'horloge
around-the-clock {adj} (all day and night; all of the time)  :: en permanence
arousal {n} (sexual arousal)  :: excitation
arousal {n} (the act of arousing or the state of being aroused)  :: éveil
arouse {v} (to sexually stimulate)  :: émoustiller, exciter
arquebus {n} (firearm) SEE: harquebus  ::
arquebusier {n} (soldier armed with an arquebus)  :: arquebusier {m}
arraign {v} /əˈɹeɪn/ (charge someone in a court of law)  :: traduire en justice {f}, accuser {f}
arraignment {n} (charging of a defendant)  :: lecture de l'acte d'accusation {f}
arrange {v} /əˈɹeɪndʒ/ (to set up, organise)  :: arranger, organiser
arranged marriage {n} (marriage planned by someone else)  :: mariage arrangé {m}
arrangement {n} (agreement)  :: accord {m}
arrangement {n} (collection of things that have been arranged)  :: composition {f}
arrangement {n} /əˈreɪnd͡ʒmənt/ (act of arranging)  :: arrangement {m}
arrangement {n} (manner of being arranged)  :: disposition {f}
arrangement {n} (music: adaptation of a piece of music)  :: arrangement {m}
arrangement {n} (plural: preparations for some undertaking)  :: préparatifs {m-p}
arrant {adj} /ˈæɹənt/ (errant) SEE: errant  ::
array {n} (any of various data structures)  :: tableau {m}
array {n} /əˈɹeɪ/ (large collection)  :: gamme
arrear {n} /əˈɹɪə/ (work to be done)  :: arriéré
arrear {n} (unpaid debt)  :: arriéré
arrears {n} /əˈɹɪə(ɹ)z/ (an unpaid or overdue obligation; a debt)  :: arriéré {m}, dette {f}
arrest {n} /əˈɹɛst/ (act of arresting a criminal, suspect etc)  :: arrestation {f}
arrest {v} (to take into legal custody)  :: arrêter
arrest warrant {n} (a document authorizing an arrest)  :: mandat d'arrêt {m}
arrhythmia {n} /eɪˈɹɪðmɪə/ (irregular heartbeat)  :: arythmie {f}
arrival {n} /əˈɹaɪ.vəl/ (act of arriving or something that has arrived)  :: arrivée {f}
arrive {v} /əˈɹaɪv/ (to reach)  :: arriver
arrive {v} (to get to a certain place)  :: arriver
arrive {v} (to obtain a level of success or fame)  :: réussir
arrogant {adj} /ˈæɹəɡənt/ (having excessive pride)  :: arrogant, orgueilleux
arrogantly {adv} (in an arrogant manner)  :: avec arrogance
arrogate {v} (to appropriate or lay claim to something without right)  :: s'arroger
arrondissement {n} (an administrative division)  :: arrondissement {m}
arrow {n} /ˈæɹ.oʊ/ (projectile)  :: flèche {f}
arrow {n} (in graph theory) SEE: directed edge  ::
arrow {n} (symbol)  :: flèche {f}
arse {n} /ɑːs/ (ass) SEE: ass  ::
arsehole {n} (anus)  :: trou du cul
arsehole {n} (inconsiderate or mean-spirited person)  :: con {m}, trou du cul
arsenal {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ)sənəl/ (military establishment)  :: arsenal {m}
arsenate {n} (salt or ester of arsenic acid)  :: arséniate {m}
arsenian {adj}  :: arsénien
arsenic {n} /ˈɑɹsənɪk/ (chemical element)  :: arsenic {m}
arsenic acid {n} (H3AsO4)  :: acide arsénique {m}
arsenide {n} (compound with arsenic in oxidation state -3)  :: arséniure {m}
arsewipe {n} (toilet paper) SEE: asswipe  ::
arsewipe {n} (useless or annoying person) SEE: asswipe  ::
arshin {n} (a Russian unit of length)  :: archine {f}
arsis {n} (the stronger part of a measure or foot)  :: arsis {m}
arson {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ)sən/ (crime of setting a fire)  :: incendie criminel {m}, incendie {m}
arsonist {n} (one who has committed the act of arson, or illegally setting fire to property)  :: incendiaire {m} {f}
arsonry {n} (arson) SEE: arson  ::
art {n}  :: art {m}
art {n} /ɑɹt/ (human effort)  :: art {m}
art dealer {n} (someone who buys and sells works of art)  :: marchand d'art {m}
artefact {n} (artifact) SEE: artifact  ::
Artemis {prop} (Greek goddess)  :: Artémis {m}
artemisia {n} /ɑːtɪˈmɪzɪə/ (plant of the genus Artemisia)  :: armoise {f}
arterial {adj} (relating to an artery)  :: artériel
arteriography {n} (radiography of an artery) SEE: angiography  ::
arteriosclerosis {n} /ˌɑrˌtirioʊsklɚˈoʊsəs/ (hardening, narrowing or loss of elasticity in arteries or blood vessel)  :: artériosclérose {f}
artery {n} /ˈɑɹ.təɹɪ/ (blood vessel from the heart)  :: artère {f}
artesian {adj} (rising to the surface)  :: artésien
artesian well {n} (bore-hole)  :: puits artésien {m}
art for art's sake {n} (art, slogan)  :: l'art pour l'art
artful {adj} (artificial, imitative)  :: artificiel
artful {adj} (cunning, crafty)  :: artificieux
artful {adj} /ˈɑːɹt.fʊl/ (performed with art or skill)  :: artistique
art gallery {n} (space where works of art are placed on display)  :: galerie d’art {f}
art history {n} (study of the history of the visual arts)  :: histoire de l'art {f}
art house {n} (a cinema that shows art films and foreign films which are not widely distributed)  :: salle d'art et d'essai
arthritis {n} /ɑː(ɹ)θˈɹaɪtɪs/ (inflammation of a joint)  :: arthrose {f}
arthromere {n} (any of the constitutive body segments of a jointed animal)  :: métamère
arthropod {n} (animal of Arthropoda)  :: arthropode {m}
Arthur {prop} /ˈɑɹθɹ̩/ (male given name)  :: Arthur
Arthurian {adj} (pertaining to the legend of King Arthur)  :: arthurien
artichoke {n} (Vegetable)  :: artichaut {m}
artichoke bottom {n} (edible fleshy receptacle at the bottom of an artichoke flower)  :: fond d'artichaut {m}
article {n}  :: article {m}
article {n} (object) SEE: object  ::
article {n} (part of speech that specifies a noun)  :: article {m}
article {n} (section of a legal document)  :: article {m}
article {n} /ˈɑɹtəkl̩/ (story, report, or opinion piece)  :: article {m}
articular {adj} (of, at, or relating to the joints of the body)  :: articulaire
articulate {adj} (able to bend or hinge at certain points or intervals)  :: articulé {m}
articulate {adj} (speaking in a clear or effective manner)  :: éloquent {m}, éloquente {f}
articulate {adj} /ɑːɹˈtɪk.jə.lət/ (clear, effective)  :: clair
articulate {v} /ɑːɹˈtɪk.jə.leɪt/ (to clarify)  :: articuler
articulate {v} (to speak clearly)  :: articuler
articulated bus {n} (articulated bus)  :: bus articulé {m}
articulately {adv} (in an articulate manner)  :: éloquemment, articulément
articulatory {adj} (of or pertaining to articulation; phonological)  :: articulatoire {m} {f}
artifact {n} (archaeological object)  :: artéfact {m}, artefact {m}
artifact {n} /ˈɑɹtɪfækt/ (man-made object)  :: artefact {m}, artéfact {m}
artifice {n} (crafty but underhanded deception)  :: artifice {m}, feinte {f}
artificer {n} (artisan) SEE: artisan  ::
artificer {n} (inventor) SEE: inventor  ::
artificer {n} (savant) SEE: savant  ::
artificer {n} (trickster) SEE: trickster  ::
artificial {adj}  :: artificiel
artificial {adj} /ɑː(ɹ)təˈfɪʃəl/ (man-made)  :: artificiel
artificial insemination {n} (introduction of semen)  :: insémination artificielle {f}
artificial intelligence {n} (intelligence exhibited by an artificial entity)  :: intelligence artificielle {f}
artificially {adv} (in an artificial manner)  :: artificiellement
artificial person {n} (legal person) SEE: legal person  ::
artificial respiration {n} (manual or mechanical forcing of air into the lungs)  :: respiration artificielle {f}
artificial sweetener {n} (sugar substitute) SEE: sugar substitute  ::
artilleryman {n} (soldier enlisted in an artillery unit)  :: artilleur {m}
Artinian {adj} (of a ring)  :: artinien
Artinskian {prop}  :: Artinskien
artiodactyl {n} /ɑː(ɹ).tiː.əʊˈdæk.tɪl/ (any ungulate mammal with an even number of toes)  :: artiodactyle {m}
artisan {n} /ˈɑrtɪzən/ (skilled manual worker)  :: artisan {m}
artisanal {adj} (involving skilled work that is not very mechanised)  :: artisanal
artisanal {adj} ((of an item) made by artisans)  :: artisanal
artisanal {adj} /ˈɑɹtɪzənəl/ (of or pertaining to artisans)  :: artisanal
artist {n} (person who creates art as an occupation)  :: artiste {m} {f}
artist {n} /ˈɑɹ.ɾɪst/ (person who creates art)  :: artiste {m} {f}
artistic {adj} (aesthetically pleasing)  :: artistique {m} {f}
artistic {adj} (having creative skill)  :: artistique {m} {f}
artistic {adj} (relating to art or artists)  :: artistique {m} {f}
artistically {adv} (In an artistic manner)  :: artistiquement, artistement
art nouveau {n} (style of art and architecture)  :: Art nouveau, modern-style {m}, modern style {m}, style nouille {m}, style 1900
arts and letters {n}  :: arts et lettres {m}
Aruba {prop} /ˈæ.ɹuː.bə/ (autonomous territory of the Netherlands in the Caribbean)  :: Aruba
Aruküla {prop} (small borough in Estonia)  :: Aruküla
arum {n} /ɛ(ə)ɹəm/ (flower or plant in the genus Arum)  :: arum {m}
Aryan {adj}  :: aryen, indo-européen, indo-germanique
Aryan {adj} (of or pertaining to Indo-European or Aryan people, culture and languages)  :: arien
Aryan {adj} (used primarily by neo-Nazis: pertaining to the Caucasian race)  :: arien
Aryan {n} /ˈɛɹ.i.ən/ (in Nazism: a member of an alleged master race comprised of non-Jewish Caucasians)  :: aryen {m}, aryenne {f}
Aryan {n} (obsolete: in 19th century ethnography, a subdivision of the Caucasian race)  :: Arien
Aryan {n} (rare: an Indo-Iranian)  :: Arien
Aryan {n} (rare: a Proto-Indo-European)  :: Arien
Aryan {n} (used primarily by neo-Nazis: a white)  :: Arien
as {adv} /æz/ (to such an extent or degree)  :: aussi
as {conj} (at the same instant that)  :: quand
as {conj} (because)  :: puisque, car
as {conj} (in the manner of)  :: que
as {conj} (in the same way that)  :: comme
as {conj} (that) SEE: that  ::
as {conj} (varying through time to the same proportion that)  :: au fur et à mesure que
as {conj} (while)  :: lorsque, pendant que
as {prep} (Introducing a basis of comparison)  :: que
as a matter of fact {adv} (actually)  :: en fait, à vrai dire
ASAP {adv} /ˌeɪ.ɛs.eɪˈpi/ (as soon as possible)  :: dès que possible, au plus vite
as a result {conj} (consequently)  :: à la suite
as a rule {adv} (in general; most often)  :: généralement, normalement
asbestos {adj} (of or relating to asbestos)  :: amiante
asbestos {n} /æs.ˈbɛs.tɒs/ (any of several fibrous mineral forms of magnesium silicate)  :: amiante {m}
Ascanius {prop} /æˈskeɪnɪəs/ (the son of the Trojan hero Aeneas)  :: Ascagne
ascend {v} (to fly, to soar)  :: monter
ascendancy {n} (supremacy; superiority; dominant control)  :: ascendant {f}
ascendant {adj}  :: ascendant
ascender {n}  :: hampe, ascendante
ascending colon {n} (part of colon)  :: côlon ascendant
ascension {n} (the act of ascending)  :: ascension {f}
Ascension {prop} (holiday celebrating Ascension of Jesus) SEE: Ascension Day  ::
Ascension {prop} (Jesus' rise to heaven)  :: Ascension {f}
Ascension Day {prop} (the fortieth day of Easter)  :: Ascension {f}
Ascension Island {prop} (an island in the South Atlantic)  :: île de l'Ascension {f}
ascertain {v} /æsɚˈteɪn/ (find out; discover or establish)  :: constater, définir
ascetic {adj} /əˈsɛtɪk/ (related to Ascetics)  :: ascétique
ascetic {n} (devotee to the practice of self-denial)  :: Ascète {m}
asceticism {n} /əˈsɛt.əˌsɪz.əm/ (the principles and practices of an ascetic)  :: ascétisme {m}, ascèse {f}
Asclepius {prop} /əsˈkliːpɪəs/ (Greek god of medicine and healing)  :: Asclépios
Ascoli Piceno {prop}  :: Ascoli Piceno
ascorbic acid {n} (the white crystalline organic compound, C6H8O6)  :: acide ascorbique {m}
ascribe {v} (attribute a book, etc)  :: attribuer
ascribe {v} /əˈskraɪb/ (attribute a cause or characteristic)  :: imputer, attribuer, accuser
ascription {n} (act of ascribing a quality to someone or something)  :: attribution {f}
ascus {n} (A sac-shaped cell present in ascomycete fungi)  :: asque
ASEAN {prop} (Association of Southeast Asian Nations)  :: ANASE, Association des nations de l'Asie du Sud-Est
asepsis {n} (process of removing such organisms)  :: asepsie
asepsis {n} (state of being free from sepsis)  :: asepsie
asexual {adj} (having no distinct sex)  :: asexué
asexual {adj} (having no interest in sex)  :: asexuel
asexual {adj} (without sexual action)  :: asexué, asexuel
asexuality {n} (state of not experiencing sexual attraction)  :: asexualité
as far as one knows {adv} (to the best of my knowledge)  :: pour autant que je sache
as follows {adv} (in the manner described hereafter)  :: comme suit
as for {prep} (regarding; about)  :: quant à, pour
ash {n} /æʃ/ (solid remains of a fire)  :: cendre {f}
ash {n} (tree) SEE: ash tree  ::
ash {n} (wood)  :: frêne {m}
ashamed {adj} /əˈʃeɪmd/ (feeling shame or guilt)  :: honteux
A-sharp major {n}  :: la dièse majeur
ashcan {n} (container for ashes)  :: cendrier {m}, poubelle {f}
as hell {adv} (very)  :: à mort, à crever
ashen {adj} /ˈæʃ.ɪn/ (of or resembling ashes)  :: cendré
Asher {prop} (eighth son of Jacob)  :: Aser
Ashgabat {prop} (the capital of Turkmenistan)  :: Achgabat {m}
ash gourd {n} (fuzzy melon fruit) SEE: winter melon  ::
ash gourd {n} (vine) SEE: winter melon  ::
A-shirt {n} (athletic shirt)  :: marcel {m}, maillot {m}
Ashkenazi {adj} (of, or relating to Jews from Germany or Eastern Europe)  :: ashkénaze
Ashkenazi {n} (Jew from Germany or Eastern Europe)  :: ashkénaze
ashlar {n} /ˈæʃlə/ (a large square stone)  :: pierre de taille {f}
ashtray {n} /ˈæʃtɹeɪ/ (receptacle for ashes)  :: cendrier {m}
ash tree {n} (Fraxinus tree)  :: frêne {m}
Ashura {prop} ((Islam) a holy day falling on the 10th day of Muharram)  :: Achoura
Ash Wednesday {n} (a Christian day of penitence)  :: mercredi des Cendres
Asia {prop} /ˈeɪʒə/ (the continent of Asia)  :: Asie {f}
Asia Minor {prop} (peninsula between the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea;)  :: Asie mineure {f}
Asian {adj} (of, relating to or from Asia)  :: asiatique {m} {f}
Asian {n} (person from Asia)  :: Asiatique {m} {f}
Asian {n} (person from or descended from people from east Asia)  :: asiatique
Asian {n} (person from or descended from people from the Indian sub-continent)  :: asiatique {m} {f}
Asian elephant {n} (an elephant, Elephas maximus, found in Asia)  :: éléphant d'Asie {m}
Asian Games {prop} (sport event)  :: Jeux asiatiques {m-p}
Asian lion {n} /ˈeɪʒən ˈlaɪən/ (species of lion that inhabited Asia)  :: lion d'Asie {m}
aside {adv} (to or on one side)  :: à côté
aside {n} (an incidental remark made quietly)  :: as an aside: en passant
as if {conj} (as though)  :: comme si (+ subjunctive)
as if {conj} (in mimicry of)  :: comme si (+ subjunctive)
as if there were no tomorrow {phrase} (to an excessive degree)  :: comme si sa vie en dépendait
asinine {adj} /ˈæs.ɪ.naɪn/ (failing to exercise intelligence or judgment)  :: asinin {m}, stupide {m} {f}
asinine {adj} (of or relating to a donkey)  :: asinin
as is {adj} /æzɪz/ ((of an object) in its present state or condition)  :: tel quel {m}, telle quelle {f}
as it happens {adv} (by coincidence)  :: il se trouve
as it were {adv} (to indicate a word or statement is not exact)  :: pour ainsi dire
ask {v} /ˈæsk/ (request an answer)  :: demander, questionner, poser [une question]
ask {v} (make a request)  :: demander
askance {adv} /əˈskænts/ (of look: with disapproval)  :: avec méfiance, de travers
ask for {v} (request)  :: demander
ask for it {v} (provoke an unwanted action)  :: le chercher
ask out {v} (invite)  :: demander de sortir
aslant {adj} (slanting) SEE: slanted  ::
asleep {adj} (in a state of sleep)  :: endormi
as long as {conj} (if, assuming)  :: pour peu que, du moment que, pourvu que
as long as {conj} (while)  :: pendant que, tant que, tandis que
as much as possible {adv} (as much as is possible)  :: autant que possible, tout le possible, le plus possible
asocial {adj} (antisocial) SEE: antisocial  ::
asocial {adj} (not social or sociable)  :: asocial {m}
as of {prep} (from a specified time)  :: à partir de
as opposed to {prep} (in contrast to)  :: par opposition à
asp {n} (Egyptian cobra) SEE: Egyptian cobra  ::
asparagine {n} (nonessential amino acid C4H8N2O3)  :: asparagine {f}
asparagus {n} (asparagus shoots (food))  :: asperge {f}
asparagus {n} /əˈspɛɹ.ə.ɡəs/ (asparagus plant)  :: asperge {f}
aspartic {adj} (of or pertaining to aspartic acid)  :: aspartique
aspartic acid {n} (a nonessential amino acid)  :: acide aspartique {m}
aspect {n} /ˈæspɛkt/ (the way something appears)  :: aspect {m}
aspect-oriented {adj} (computer program with different sub-systems appear to add themselves to the main business logic without that logic having to include them manually)  :: orienté aspect
aspect ratio {n}  :: allongement {m}
aspen {n} (tree of genus Populus sect. Populus)  :: tremble {m}
Asperger's syndrome {n} / / (autism related developmental disorder)  :: syndrome d'Asperger {m}
asperity {n} (something that is harsh and hard to endure)  :: aspérité {f}
aspermia {n} (a form of infertility)  :: aspermie {f}
aspermous {adj} (lacking seeds)  :: asperme {m} {f}
asperse {v}  :: asperger
asperse {v} (scatter) SEE: scatter  ::
asperse {v} (sprinkle) SEE: sprinkle  ::
as per usual {adv} (as usual) SEE: as usual  ::
asphalt {n} /ˈæsfɔlt/ (sticky, black and highly viscous liquid)  :: asphalte {m}
asphalt {n} (asphalt concrete)  :: asphalte {m}
asphodel {n} (plant of the genus Asphodelus)  :: asphodèle {m}
asphyxia {n} (condition with extreme decrease of oxygen and increase of carbon dioxide)  :: asphyxie {f}
aspic {n} (dish)  :: aspic {m}
aspie {n} (someone with Asperger's Syndrome)  :: Aspie [informal]
aspirate {adj} (aspirated) SEE: aspirated  ::
aspirate {n} /ˈæs.pə.ɹeɪt/ (linguistics: puff of air)  :: aspiration {f}
aspirate {v} (to draw into one's lungs)  :: inspirer, inhaler
aspirate {v} (to remove a liquid or gas by suction)  :: aspirer, pomper
aspirated {adj} (pronounced with an audible breath)  :: aspiré
aspirated h {n} /ˈæspəreɪtəd eɪtʃ/ (in the French language usage of the letter h at the start of a word which does not allow liaison with a preceding consonant)  :: h aspiré {m}
aspiration {n} (action of aspirating)  :: aspiration
aspiration {n} /ˌæspəˈreɪʃən/ (hope or ambition)  :: aspiration
aspiration {n} (burst of air that follows the release of some consonants)  :: aspiration
aspirational {adj}  :: aspirationnel {m}
aspirator {n} (pump which draws gas through a liquid)  :: aspirateur {m}
aspirin {n} /ˈæspɹɪn/ (analgesic drug)  :: aspirine {f}
asplenia {n} (absence of normal spleen function)  :: asplénie {f}
as regards {prep} (regarding)  :: quant à
ass {n} /æs/ (animal)  :: âne {m}
ass {n} (buttocks)  :: cul {m}
ass {n} (stupid person)  :: âne {m}, idiot {m}, imbécile {m}
ass {n} (vulgar slang:sex)  :: cul {m}, fesse {f}
assail {v} (to attack violently)  :: assaillir
assailant {n} (an attacker; someone who attacks another violently, or criminally)  :: agresseur {m}, assaillant {m}
Assam {prop} /əˈsɒm/ (state in India)  :: Assam {m}
Assamese {prop} (language)  :: assamais {m}
assassin {n} (any ruthless killer)  :: assassin {m}
assassin {n} /əˈsæsɪn/ (member of the historical Ismaili Muslim militant group)  :: assassin {m}
assassin {n} (one who, motivated by political reasons, intentionally kills a particular person)  :: assassin {m}
assassin {v} (assassinate) SEE: assassinate  ::
assassinate {n} (assassination) SEE: assassination  ::
assassinate {n} (assassin) SEE: assassin  ::
assassinate {v} /əˈsasɪneɪt/ (to murder by sudden or obscure attack)  :: assassiner
assassination {n} /əˌsæs.ɪ.ˈneɪ.ʃən/ (killing or murder for political reasons)  :: assassinat
assault {n} /əˈsɔːlt/ (a violent onset or attack)  :: assaut {m}
assault {v} (to attack, threaten or harass)  :: attaquer
assault rifle {n} (a rifle)  :: fusil d'assaut {m}
assay {n} (the qualitative or quantitative chemical analysis of something)  :: essai
assay {v} (to analyze (a metal, compound))  :: analyser
asscheek {n} /ˈæstʃik/ (slang for a buttock)  :: fesse {f}
ass crack {n} (groove between buttocks) SEE: anal cleft  ::
assegai {n} /ˈasəɡaɪ/ (slim hardwood spear or javelin with an iron tip)  :: sagaie {f}, zagaie {f}
Asselian {prop}  :: Assélien
assemble {v}  :: assembler , se rassembler
assemble {v} (to gather as a group)  :: se rassembler
assemble {v} (to put together)  :: assembler, rassembler
assembler {n} /əˈsɛmb(ə)lɚ/ (assembly language) SEE: assembly language  ::
assembly {n} /əˈsɛmb.lɪi/ (congregation of people)  :: [formally] assemblée {f}, rassemblement {m}
assembly language {n} (programming language)  :: langage d'assemblage {m}
assembly line {n} (system of workers and machinery in a series)  :: ligne de montage {f}
assent {n} (agreement, act of agreeing)  :: assentiment {m}
assent {v} (to agree to, give approval to)  :: assentir
assert {v} /əˈsɝt/ (To maintain; to defend)  :: asseoir
assertion {n} /əˈsɜː(ɹ).ʃən/ (statement asserted)  :: [logic] assertion {f}, [rhetoric] confirmation {f}
assertive {adj} (boldly self-assured)  :: assuré, assertif
assess {v} /əˈsɛs/ (to determine the value of)  :: estimer, évaluer
assess {v} (to give or charge with)  :: infliger
assessment {n} (act of assessing a tax)  :: évaluation {f}
assessment {n} (appraisal)  :: estimation {f}
assessment {n}  :: évaluation {f}
assessor {n} (a specialist who assists the court in determining a matter)  :: assesseur {m}, assesseure {f}, assesseuse {f}, appréciateur {m}, appréciatrice {f}
assessor {n} (one who assesses a project for cost evaluation)  :: estimateur {m}, estimatrice {f}
assessor {n} (one who assesses a property)  :: évaluateur {m}, évaluatrice {f}
assessor {n} (tax assessor)  :: répartiteur (de l’impôt) {m}, répartitrice {f}, contrôleur (des contributions) {m}, contrôleure {f}, contrôleuse {f}
asset {n} /ˈæsɛt/ (something or someone of any value)  :: actif {m}, avoir {m}, atout {m}
assets {n} /ˈæsets/ (any property or object of value that one possesses)  :: actif {m}
assfuck {v} (to engage in anal intercourse)  :: enculer
assfucker {n} (buttfucker) SEE: buttfucker  ::
assfucker {n} (jerk) SEE: jerk  ::
asshole {n} (anus)  :: trou du cul {m}
asshole {n} (mean or rude person)  :: trou du cul, connard
assiduous {adj} /əˈsɪd.jʊ.əs/ (hard-working, diligent)  :: assidu
assiduously {adv} (in an assiduous manner)  :: assidûment
assign {v}  :: assigner
assign {v} (to attribute or sort something into categories)  :: attribuer
assign {v} (to designate or set apart something for some purpose)  :: designer
assignment {n} (operation that assigns a value to a variable)  :: affectation {f}
assimilate {v} /əˈsɪm.ɪ.leɪt/ (to incorporate nutrients into the body after digestion)  :: assimiler, absorber
assimilate {v} (to absorb a group of people into a community)  :: assimiler
assimilate {v} (to compare something to another similar one)  :: assimiler
assimilate {v} (to incorporate or absorb knowledge into the mind)  :: assimiler, digérer [informal]
Assisi {prop} (city)  :: Assise
assist {n} (statistical recognition of making a pass)  :: passe décisive {f}
assist {v} /əˈsɪst/ (help)  :: assister, aider
assistance {n} /əˈsɪs.təns/ (aid; help; the act or result of assisting)  :: assistance {f}
assistant {n} /əˈsɪstənt/ (person who assists)  :: assistant {m}, aide {f}, auxiliaire {m} {f}
asskisser {n} (someone who kisses ass) SEE: asslicker  ::
ass-licker {n} (one who succumbs to authority)  :: lèche-cul {m} {f} [vulgar], lèche-bottes {m} {f} [colloquial], cire-pompes {m} {f} [colloquial]
associate {v} /əˈsoʊʃieɪt/  :: associer
association {n}  :: association
association {n} /əˌsoʊʃiˈeɪʃən/ (group of persons associated for a common purpose)  :: association {f}
association football {n} (soccer)  :: football {m}, [Canada] soccer {m}
associative {adj} (algebraic property of an operator)  :: associatif
associative {adj}  :: associatif
associative array {n} (An array-like data structure)  :: tableau associatif {m}, dictionnaire {m}, table d'association {f}
associativity {n} (condition of being associative)  :: associativité {f}
as soon as {conj} (immediately after)  :: dès que, sitôt que
as soon as possible {adv} (as soon as is possible)  :: dès que possible, le plus vite possible
assorted {adj} (comprised of different kinds)  :: assorti, connexe, divers, différent
assortment {n} /əˈsɔːtmənt/ (collection of varying but related items)  :: assortiment {m}
assuage {v} /əˈsweɪdʒ/ (mitigate, relieve)  :: assouvir, soulager, apaiser
assuage {v} (pacify)  :: apaiser, calmer
assume {v} (adopt an idea)  :: adopter, prendre
assume {v} /əˈsjuːm/ (to suppose to be true)  :: supposer, présupposer, présumer
assume {v} (take on a position)  :: assumer
assumption {n} /əˈsʌmp.ʃən/ (supposition)  :: supposition {f}
assumption {n} (the minor or second proposition in a categorical syllogism)  :: proposition {f}, prémisse {f}
assumption {n} (thing supposed)  :: supposition {f}, hypothèse {f}
assurance {n} (excess of boldness)  :: culot {m}
assurance {n} (firmness of mind)  :: assurance
assurance {n} (insurance)  :: assurance {f}
assurance {n} (the state of being assured)  :: assurance
assure {v} /əˈʃʊə/ (to give someone confidence in the trustworthiness of something)  :: assurer
assure {v} (to reassure)  :: rassurer
assured {adj} (confident) SEE: confident  ::
assured {adj} (guaranteed) SEE: guaranteed  ::
asswipe {n} /ˈæswaɪp/ (Something used to wipe one's anus after defecation)  :: torche-cul {m}, PQ, papier cul
asswipe {n} (dishonest periodical)  :: torche-cul {m}
Assyria {prop} (Semitic Akkadian kingdom)  :: Assyrie {f}
Assyrian {adj} (of or pertaining to the ancient nation and empire, including the northern half of Mesopotamia)  :: assyrien
Assyrian {adj} (of or pertaining to the ancient region on the Upper Tigris river)  :: assyrien
Assyrian {n} (a citizen of an ancient nation and empire, including the northern half of Mesopotamia)  :: Assyrien {m}, Assyrienne {f}
Assyrian {n} (a person who resided in the ancient region on the Upper Tigris river)  :: Assyrien {m}, Assyrienne {f}
Astana {prop} (Akmola) SEE: Akmola  ::
Astana {prop} (Akmolinsk) SEE: Akmolinsk  ::
Astana {prop} (the capital of Kazakhstan)  :: Astana {m}
astatine {n} /ˈastətiːn/ (the chemical element)  :: astate {m}
aster {n} /ˈɑːstə(r)/ (plant)  :: aster {f}
asterisk {n} (symbol used to highlight words or sentences)  :: astérisque {m}
asterism {n} (a star-shaped figure exhibited by some crystals)  :: astérisme {m}
asterism {n} /ˈastəɹɪzəm/ (small group of stars)  :: astérisme {m}
asterism {n} (typographical symbol)  :: astérisme {m}
Asterix {prop} (A fictional character from French comic books)  :: Astérix
asteroid {n} /ˈæstəroɪd/ (astronomy)  :: astéroïde {m}
asteroid belt {n} (region of the solar system)  :: ceinture d'astéroïdes {f}
as the crow flies {adv} (in a straight line)  :: à vol d'oiseau
asthenia {n} (loss of strength)  :: asthénie {f}
asthenosphere {n} /asˈθɛnə(ʊ)sfɪə/ (the zone of the Earth's upper mantle, below the lithosphere)  :: asthénosphère {f}
asthma {n} /ˈæzmə/ (chronic respiratory disease)  :: asthme
asthmatic {adj} (having the characteristics of asthma)  :: asthmatique {m} {f}
asthmatic {n} (person who suffers from asthma)  :: asthmatique
as though {conj} (as to suggest that)  :: comme si (+ imperfect or pluperfect), comme pour
Asti {prop} (capital of Asti)  :: Asti
Asti {prop} (province of Piedmont)  :: Asti
astigmatic {adj} (suffering from astigmatism)  :: astigmate
astigmatism {n} /əˈstɪɡmətɪzm̩/ (disorder of the vision)  :: astigmatisme {m}
a stitch in time saves nine {proverb} (a timely effort can prevent larger problems)  :: mieux vaut prévenir que guérir
astonish {v} /əˈstɑːnɪʃ/ (surprise)  :: étonner, surprendre
astonished {adj} (amazed)  :: abasourdi {m}, stupéfié {m}
astonishing {adj} (causing astonishment)  :: étonnant
astonishment {n} /əˈstɑːnɪʃmənt/ (amazement, great surprise)  :: étonnement {m}
astound {v} (to astonish, bewilder or dazzle)  :: étonner, stupéfier, ébahir, épater
astounding {adj} (that astounds)  :: impressionnant
astragalus {n} (talus) SEE: talus  ::
astral {adj} /ˈæstɹəl/ (relating to or resembling the stars)  :: astral
astride {adv} (with one’s legs on either side)  :: à califourchon
astride {prep} (with one’s legs on either side of)  :: à califourchon
astringent {n} /əˈstrɪn.dʒənt/ (substance which draws tissue together)  :: astringence {f}
astrobiology {n} (exobiology)  :: astrobiologie {f}
astrobleme {n} /ˈæs.troʊ.blim/ (pit-like structure created by an impacting meteoroid, asteroid or comet)  :: astroblème {m}
astroid {n} (hypocycloid with four cusps)  :: astroïde {f}
astrolabe {n} (astronomical and navigational instrument)  :: astrolabe {m}
astrologer {n} (one who studies astrology)  :: astrologue {m} {f}
astrological {adj} (pertaining to astrology)  :: astrologique
astrologist {n} (astrologer) SEE: astrologer  ::
astrology {n} /əˈstɹɒlədʒi/ (star divination)  :: astrologie {f}
astrometry {n} /əˈstɹɒmətɹi/ (branch of astronomy)  :: astrométrie
astronaut {n} /ˈæstrəˌnɑt/ (member of the crew of a spaceship or other spacecraft, or someone trained for that purpose, see also: cosmonaut)  :: astronaute {m}
astronavigation {n} (navigation by using the positions of the stars) SEE: celestial navigation  ::
astronomer {n} /əstɹɒnəmə/ (one who studies astronomy)  :: astronome {m} {f}
astronomic {adj} (incredibly large) SEE: astronomical  ::
astronomic {adj} (pertaining to astronomy) SEE: astronomical  ::
astronomical {adj} /ˌæstrəˈnɑːmɪkəl/ (of or relating to astronomy)  :: astronomique
astronomical {adj} (very large)  :: astronomique
astronomical unit {n} (measure of distance)  :: unité astronomique {f}
astronomy {n} /əˈstɹɑnəˌmi/ (study of the physical universe beyond the Earth's atmosphere)  :: astronomie {f}
astrophotography {n} (celestial objects photography)  :: astrophotographie
astrophysical {adj} (of or pertaining to astrophysics)  :: astrophysique
astrophysicist {n} (one who studies astrophysics)  :: astrophysicien {m}, astrophysicienne {f}
astrophysics {n} (interdisciplinary branch of astronomy and physics)  :: astrophysique
Asturia {prop} (Translations)  :: Asturies {p}
Asturian {adj} /æsˈtʊɹ.i.ən/ (of or pertaining to Asturias in Spain)  :: asturien
Asturian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Asturian language)  :: asturien
Asturian {n} (a native of Asturias)  :: Asturien {m}, Asturienne {f}
Asturian {prop} (language)  :: asturien {m}
Asturias {prop} /æsˈtʊɹ.i.əs/ (autonomous community of Spain)  :: Asturies {f-p}
astute {adj} /əsˈtjuːt/ (Quick at seeing how to gain advantage)  :: astucieux, avisé, sagace
Asunción {prop} (capital of Paraguay)  :: Asunción {m}
asunder {adv} /əˈsʌndə/ (into separate parts)  :: en morceaux
Asura {n} (Asura in Hinduism)  :: açoura, asura
as usual {adv} (as is usually the case)  :: comme d'habitude
as well {adv} (in addition, also)  :: aussi
as well {adv} (to the same effect)  :: tout aussi bien, aussi bien
as well as {conj} (also; as well)  :: ainsi que
as well as {conj} (and in addition)  :: ainsi que
as yet {adv} (up to the present)  :: jusqu'à présent
asylum {n} /əˈsaɪləm/ (place of safety)  :: asile {m}
asylum {n} (Mental asylum)  :: asile psychiatrique {m}
asylum seeker {n} (one who seeks asylum)  :: demandeur d'asile {m}, demandeuse d'asile {f}
asymmetric {adj} (asymmetrical) SEE: asymmetrical  ::
asymmetrical {adj} (not symmetrical)  :: asymétrique
asymmetric warfare {n} (conflict between belligerents of different strengths)  :: guerre asymétrique {f}
asymptomatic {adj} (not exhibiting any symptoms of disease)  :: asymptomatique
asymptote {n} (a straight line which a curve approaches arbitrarily closely)  :: asymptote {f}
asymptotic {adj} (Of, relating to, or being an asymptote)  :: asymptotique
asymptotically {adv} ((analysis) in an asymptotical manner, in the way of an asymptote)  :: asymptotiquement
asynchronism {n} (asynchrony) SEE: asynchrony  ::
asynchronous {adj} (not synchronous)  :: asynchrone
asynchronous transfer mode {n} (broadband voice and data technology with quality of service transmission for sending and receiving data)  :: mode de transfert asynchrone {m}, ATM {m}
as you know {adv} (as you know)  :: comme vous le savez
as you sow, so shall you reap {proverb} (consequences of actions are in proportion to intentions)  :: vous récolterez ce que vous semez
as you wish {interj} (as you wish)  :: à volonté
at {prep} /æt/ (in or very near a particular place)  :: à, en
at {prep} (indicating time)  :: à
at {prep} (in the direction of)  :: à
at a glance {prep} (on cursory examination)  :: à première vue
at all {prep} /æˈɾɔɫ]/ (at all)  :: du tout
at all costs {prep} (sparing no effort)  :: à tout prix, coûte que coûte
at a loss {prep} (below the cost or price of purchase)  :: à perte
at a loss {prep} (not sure; uncertain; lacking further ideas, direction, or ability)  :: perdu, complètement perdu
ataman {n} /ˈatəman/ (title)  :: ataman {m}
at any rate {prep} (in any case)  :: en tout état de cause
ataractic {n} (tranquilizer)  :: tranquillisant {m}
ataraxia {n} (ataraxia)  :: ataraxie {f}
at a time {adv} (in a continuous period)  :: à la fois
atavism {n} /ˈætəˌvɪzəm/ (reappearance of an ancestral characteristic)  :: atavisme
atavistic {adj} /æt.əˈvɪs.tɪk/ (biology: of the recurrence of a trait after an absence of generations)  :: atavique {m} {f}
ataxia {n} /əˈtæksɪə/ (lack of coordination)  :: ataxie {f}
Atayal {prop} (people)  :: Atayal
at bay {prep} (cornered)  :: aux abois
at best {prep} (in the most favorable of conditions)  :: au mieux
at dark {prep} (during nightfall)  :: pendant la tombée de la nuit
at death's door {prep} (about to die)  :: aux portes de la mort, à l'agonie
-ate {suffix} (chemical derivative)  :: -ate
-ate {suffix} (having property)  :: -âtre
at ease {prep} (Free of anxiety)  :: à l'aise
atelier {n} (studio)  :: atelier {m}, studio {m}
atelophobia {n} (fear of imperfection)  :: atélophobie {f}
atemporal {adj} (unaffected by time)  :: atemporel
at first {prep} (initially; at the start)  :: d'abord
at first blush {adv} (upon first impression or consideration)  :: à première vue, au premier abord
at first glance {adv} (after only a superficial examination or review)  :: à première vue, de prime abord, au premier abord
at first sight {prep} (at first glance) SEE: at first glance  ::
at gunpoint {prep} (under coercion by someone with a firearm)  :: au bout du fusil
Athanasius {prop} /ˌæθəˈneɪsiəs/ (male given name)  :: Athanase
at hand {prep} (near; soon; approaching; imminent)  :: proche
at hand {prep} (within easy reach; nearby)  :: sous la main
atheism {n} /ˈeɪθiɪzəm/ (belief that no deities exist (sometimes including rejection of other religious beliefs))  :: athéisme {m}
atheism {n} (rejection of belief that any deities exist (with or without a belief that no deities exist))  :: athéisme {m}
atheist {adj} (relating to atheists) SEE: atheistic  ::
atheist {n} (a person who rejects belief that any deities exist, whether or not that person believes that deities do not exist)  :: athée, athéiste {m}
atheist {n}  :: athée {m} {f}
atheist {n} /ˈeɪθiɪst/ (a person who believes that no deities exist)  :: athée {m} {f}
atheistic {adj} (relating to atheists)  :: athée {m} {f}
Athena {prop} /əˈθiːnə/ (Greek goddess)  :: Athéna {f}
Athenian {n} (an inhabitant, resident, or citizen of Athens, Greece)  :: Athénien {m}, Athénienne {f}
Athens {prop} /ˈæθənz/ (capital city of Greece)  :: Athènes
atheophobia {n} (fear or hatred of atheists)  :: athéophobie {f}
atheroma {n} (abnormal fatty deposit)  :: athérome {m}
atherosclerosis {n} /ˌæθɚoʊskləˈroʊsəs/ (clogging or hardening of blood vessels caused by plaques)  :: athérosclérose {f}
athlete {n} /ˈæθ.liːt/ (A person who actively participates in physical sports, possibly highly skilled in sports)  :: athlète {m} {f}, sportif {m}, sportive {f}
athlete {n}  :: athlète
athlete's foot {n} (fungal infection)  :: pied d’athlète {m}
athletic {adj} /æθˈlɛt.ɪk/ (having to do with athletes)  :: athlétique, sportif
athletic {adj} (having a muscular, well developed body, being in shape)  :: athlétique
athletically {adv} (in an athletic manner)  :: athlétiquement
athletics {n} (competitive activities)  :: athlétisme {m}
at home {prep} (Comfortable)  :: à l'aise
at home {prep} (In one's place of residence)  :: chez soi, à la maison
athwart {adv} /əˈθwɔːt/ (From side to side, across)  :: d'un coté à l'autre, à travers
Atikamekw {prop} /ətɪkəˈmɛk/ (Algonquian language spoken by this people)  :: atikamekw
Atilius {prop} (a Roman nomen gentile)  :: Atilius
-ation {suffix} (-ation (suffix))  :: -ation {f}
Atlanta {prop} (capital and largest city of the State of Georgia)  :: Atlanta
Atlantic {adj} (pertaining to the Atlantic Ocean)  :: atlantique
Atlantic {prop} /ətˈlæn.tɪk/ (the Atlantic Ocean)  :: l’Atlantique
Atlantic herring {n} (Clupea harengus)  :: hareng de l'Atlantique
Atlantic Ocean {prop} (the ocean lying between the Americas to the west and Europe and Africa to the east)  :: océan Atlantique {m}, l’Atlantique {m}
Atlantic tomcod {n} (Microgadus tomcod)  :: poulamon, poulamon atlantique
Atlantis {prop} /ətˈlæntəs/ (mythical country said to have sunk into the ocean)  :: Atlantide {f}
at large {prep} (in general)  :: en général, dans son ensemble
atlas {n} /ˈætləs/ (bound collection of maps)  :: atlas {m}
Atlas {prop} (a crater of the moon)  :: Atlas
Atlas {prop} (a moon of Saturn)  :: Atlas
Atlas {prop} (Greek mythology)  :: Atlas
at last {prep} (after a long time; eventually)  :: enfin
at last {prep} (in the end; finally; ultimately)  :: à la fin
at least {prep} (at a lower limit)  :: au moins, au minimum
at length {prep} (finally)  :: enfin
at length {prep} (for a long time)  :: longuement
at loggerheads {prep} ((figuratively) unable to agree; opposing )  :: comme chien et chat [like cat and dog], diamétralement opposés
ATM {initialism} ((banking) Automated Teller Machine)  :: GAB {m}, DAB {m}, bancomat {m}
ATM {initialism} ((telecommunication, electronics) Asynchronous Transfer Mode)  :: ATM {m}
atmosphere {n} /ˈætməsˌfɪɹ/ (gases surrounding the Earth)  :: atmosphère {m}
atmosphere {n} (air in a particular place)  :: atmosphère {m}
atmosphere {n} (a unit of measurement for pressure)  :: atmosphère {m}
atmosphere {n} (mood or feeling)  :: ambiance {f}
atmospheric {adj} (relating to the atmosphere)  :: atmosphérique
atmospheric pressure {n} (pressure caused by weight of the atmosphere)  :: pression atmosphérique {f}
at most {prep} (at the most; at a maximum or upper limit)  :: au plus, tout au plus
at night {adv} (during the night)  :: de nuit
at no time {prep} (never) SEE: never  ::
atoll {n} /ˈætɒl/ (island)  :: atoll {m}
atom {n} /ˈæɾəm/ (historical: theoretical particle of matter)  :: atome {m}
atom {n} (physics: smallest possible amount of matter retaining its chemical properties)  :: atome {m}
atomic {adj} (computing: guaranteed to either complete fully, or not at all)  :: atomique, indivisible
atomic {adj} /əˈtɑː.mɪk/ (of, or relating to atoms)  :: atomique
atomic {adj} (of, or employing nuclear energy or processes)  :: atomique
atomic {adj} (unable to be split)  :: atomique, indivisible
atomic bomb {n} (nuclear weapon)  :: bombe atomique {f}
atomic clock {n} (radio clock) SEE: radio clock  ::
atomic clock {n} (reference clock)  :: horloge atomique {f}
atomic energy {n} (energy released by an atom)  :: énergie atomique {f}
atomicity {n} (quality or state of being atomic)  :: Atomicité
atomic mass {n} (mass of an atom)  :: masse atomique {f}
atomic nucleus {n} (nucleus of an atom)  :: noyau atomique
atomic number {n} (number of protons)  :: numéro atomique {m}, [less common] nombre atomique {m}
atomizer {n} (instrument for reducing a liquid to spray)  :: atomiseur {m}
atonal {adj} /eɪˈtoʊnəl/ (lacking a tonal center or key (music))  :: atonal
atonality {n} (a style of music)  :: atonalité {f}
at once {adv} /ət ˈwʌns/ (at the same time)  :: en même temps, à la fois
at once {adv} (immediately)  :: tout de suite, immédiatement
atonement {n} (reconciliation of God and mankind)  :: expiation {f}, réparation {f}
at one's fingertips {prep} (readily available)  :: sur le bout des doigts
atopic {adj} (of a hereditary predisposition)  :: atopique
atopic dermatitis {n} (skin disease)  :: dermatite atopique {f}
at pains {prep} (making careful effort)  :: faire tout son possible pour
at random {adv} (haphazardly)  :: au hasard, de manière aléatoire, aléatoirement
at random {adv} (random)  :: au hasard, de manière aléatoire, aléatoirement
atrial fibrillation {n} (Cardiac arrhythmia)  :: fibrillation atriale {f}, fibrillation auriculaire {f}
atrium {n} (chamber of the heart)  :: oreillette {f}
atrium {n} (square hall lit from above)  :: atrium {m}
atrocious {adj} (abominable, disgusting)  :: atroce
atrocious {adj} /əˈtɹəʊʃəs/ (evil, cruel)  :: atroce
atrocious {adj} (offensive, heinous)  :: atroce
atrocity {n} (extremely cruel act)  :: atrocité {f}
atrophy {n} /ˈæ.trə.fi/ (reduced functionality)  :: atrophie {f}
atrophy {v} (wither)  :: atrophier
atropine {n} /æ-tɹo-pin/ (alkaloid extracted from the plant deadly nightshade)  :: atropine {f}
at school {adv} (at one's school)  :: à l'école
at sea {prep} (at the ocean or sea)  :: en mer
at sea {prep} (in a state of confusion or bewilderment)  :: noyé {m}
at sign {n} (name of the symbol @)  :: arobase {f}, [rare] arrobe {f}
at-sign {n} (at sign) SEE: at sign  ::
at sixes and sevens {prep} (in a state of dispute or disagreement)  :: ne pas être sur la même longueur d'ondes
at stake {prep} (at issue, at risk)  :: en jeu, en danger
at symbol {n} (at sign) SEE: at sign  ::
attaboy {interj} /ˈætəˌbɔɪ/ (Used to show encouragement or approval to a boy or man)  :: mon gars {m}
attaché {n} /ˌæˌtæˈʃeɪ/ (diplomatic officer)  :: attaché {m}
attach {v} /əˈtætʃ/ (to fasten, to join to)  :: attacher
attachable {adj} (able to be attached)  :: attachable {m} {f}
attachment {n} /əˈtætʃmənt/ (file sent along with an email)  :: pièce jointe
attack {n} /əˈtæk/ (attempt to cause damage or injury)  :: attaque
attack {n} (offense of a battle)  :: attaque {f}
attack {v} (to aggressively challenge with words)  :: attaquer
attack {v} (to apply violent force)  :: attaquer
attacker {n}  :: attaquant
attack is the best form of defence {proverb} (attacking the opposition first is better than waiting)  :: l'attaque est la meilleure défense, la meilleure défense, c'est l'attaque
attain {v} (to accomplish; to achieve)  :: atteindre
attainable {adj} (Able to be achieved, accomplished or obtained)  :: réalisable, atteignable
attempt {n} (attack)  :: attentat {m}
attempt {n} (the action of trying at something)  :: tentative {f}
attempt {v} /əˈtɛmpt/ (to try)  :: tenter, essayer
attend {v} (to be present at)  :: assister, être présent
attendance {n} /əˈtɛn.dəns/ (the state of attending)  :: présence {f}
attendant {n} (one who attends)  :: attendant {m}, attendante {f}
attention {n} /əˈtɛn.ʃən/ (mental focus)  :: attention
attention {n} (romantic interest)  :: attention {f}, attentions {f-p}
attention {n} (state of alertness in the standing position)  :: attention {f}
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder {n} (developmental disorder)  :: trouble du déficit de l'attention avec hyperactivité {m}, TDAH {m}
attentive {adj} (paying attention)  :: attentif
attentively {adv} (in an attentive manner)  :: attentivement
attenuation {n} (a gradual diminishing in the strength)  :: atténuation {f}
attest {v} /əˈtɛst/  :: attester
attestation {n} /ˈæ.tɛs.teɪ.ʃən/ (linguistics: appearance in records)  :: attestation {f}
at that {prep} (in addition)  :: avec ça, aussi
at the end of one's rope {prep} (at the end of one's tether) SEE: at the end of one's tether  ::
at the end of one's rope {prep} (Having no more options)  :: au bout du rouleau
at the end of one's tether {prep} (At the limit of one’s patience)  :: au bout du rouleau
at the end of the day {prep} (in summary; ultimately)  :: en fin de compte
at the expense of {prep} (by taking away from)  :: aux dépens de, au préjudice de, aux frais de
at the feet of {prep} (very devoted to)  :: aux pieds de, tout dévoué à, idolâtre de, obnubilé par, subjugué par
at the feet of {prep} (very near to)  :: de la filiation de , du lignage de, du sang dede l'école de, de l'atelier de, de la suite de, issu du tablier de, dans le droit fil de, né dans le sérail de,
at the hands of {prep} (by the actions of)  :: aux mains de
at the latest {adv} (not later than)  :: au plus tard
at the mercy of {adj} (defenseless against)  :: à la merci de
at the moment {prep} (right now)  :: en ce moment, actuellement, pour le moment, pour l'instant
at the same time {prep} (on the other hand)  :: d'un autre côté
at the same time {prep} (simultaneously)  :: dans le même temps, simultanément
at the top of one's lungs {prep} (very loudly)  :: à pleins poumons
at the top of one's voice {prep} (very loudly)  :: à tue-tête, du haut de sa tête
at the wheel {prep}  :: au volant
attic {n} /ˈætɪk/ (space, often unfinished and with sloped walls, directly below the roof)  :: grenier {m}, combles {m-p}, mansarde {f}
Attica {prop} (a periphery)  :: Attique
attitude {n} /ˈætɪˌtjuːd/ (position of the body or way of carrying oneself)  :: posture
attitude {n} (disposition or state of mind)  :: état d'esprit
atto- {prefix} (unit of measure)  :: atto-
attoampere {n} (10-18 amperes)  :: attoampère {m}
attogram {n} (10-18 grams)  :: attogramme {m}
attometer {n} (attometre) SEE: attometre  ::
attometre {n} (10-18 metres)  :: attomètre {m}
attorney {n} /əˈtɜː(ɹ)ni/ (lawyer)  :: juriste {m} {f}, avocat {m}, avocate {f}
attract {v}  :: attirer
attract {v} (pull without touching)  :: attirer
attraction {n} /əˈtɹækʃən/ (tendency to attract)  :: attraction {f}
attraction {n} (feeling of being attracted)  :: attirance {f}
attractive {adj} /əˈtɹæktɪv/ (having the quality of attracting by inherent force)  :: attractif
attractive {adj} (having the power of charming)  :: attrayant, attractif, sympathique
attractiveness {n} (state of being attractive or engaging)  :: attractivité {f}
attributable {adj} (capable of being attributed)  :: attribuable {m} {f}
attribute {n} /ˈætrɪbjut/ (characteristic or quality)  :: attribut {m}
attribute {n} (grammar: word qualifying a noun)  :: épithète {f} or déterminant {m}, depending on which class it belongs
attribute {v} (to associate ownership or authorship with)  :: attribuer
attributive {adj} /ə.ˈtrɪ.bju.tɪv/ (of, or being an attributive)  :: attributif {m}, attributive {f}
attributive {adj} (having the nature of an attribute)  :: attributif {m}, attributive {f}
attributive {n} (a word or phrase that modifies a noun and is part of the noun's noun phrase)  :: épithète {m}
attributive adjective {n} (adjective that describes only an attribute)  :: épithète {f}
attrition {n} /əˈtɹɪʃən]/ (wearing by friction)  :: usure {f}
attrition {n} (policy of decruitment)  :: départs volontaires (m)
attrition {n} (reduction in membership)  :: départs volontaires (m)
ATV {initialism} (all-terrain vehicle)  :: VTT
at work {prep} (at one's workplace)  :: à pied d'œuvre, au travail
at work {prep} (in the process of doing work)  :: au travail
at worst {prep} (in the worst possible alternative)  :: au pire
atychiphobia {n} (the fear of failure)  :: atychiphobie
at your service {prep} (way of introduction)  :: à votre service, pour vous servir
atypical {adj} /eɪ.ˈtɪp.ɪ.kəl/ (not conforming to the norm)  :: atypique
aubade {n} (morning love song)  :: aubade {f}
aubade {n} /oʊˈbɑːd/ (song or poem greeting dawn)  :: aubade {f}
Aube {prop} (département)  :: Aube
aubergine {n} /ˈəʊ.bə.ʒiːn/ (eggplant) SEE: eggplant  ::
auburn {adj} (reddish-brown)  :: roux, auburn
auburn {n} /ˈɔ.bɚn/ (reddish-brown)  :: roux {m}
au contraire {adv} /ˌəʊ ˈkɒn.tɹɜː(ɹ)/ (on the contrary)  :: au contraire
auction {n} /ˈɔːkʃən/ (public sales event)  :: enchères {f-p}, vente aux enchères {f}
auctioneer {n} (one who conducts an auction)  :: commissaire-priseur {m}
audacious {adj} /ɔːˈdeɪʃəs/ (showing willingness to take bold risks)  :: audacieux
audacity {n} (fearless daring)  :: audace {f}, culot {m} [familiar]
audacity {n} /ɔˈdæ.sɪ.ti/ (insolent boldness)  :: audace {f}, toupet {m}, culot {m} [familiar]
audible {adj} /ɔədibl̩/ (able to be heard)  :: audible
audience {n} (formal meeting with a dignitary)  :: audience
audience {n} /ˈɔːdiəns/ (group of people seeing a performance)  :: assistance {f}, public {m}, auditoire {m}
audience {n} (readership of a written publication)  :: lectorat
audio {adj} /ˈɔ.di.oʊ/ (of or relating to audible sound)  :: audio
audio {adj} (of or relating to the broadcasting or reproduction of sound)  :: audio
audiobook {n} (audiobook)  :: livre audio {m}
audio cassette {n} (cassette for audio data)  :: cassette audio {f}
audiologist {n} (doctor of audiology)  :: audiologiste {m}
audiology {n} (study of hearing and hearing defects)  :: audiologie {f}
audiovisual {adj} (audiovisual)  :: audiovisuel
audit {n}  :: audit
audit {n} (examination in general)  :: inspection {f}
audit {n} (independent review)  :: audit {m}
audition {n} (performance by an aspiring performer)  :: audition {f}
audition {n} (sense of hearing)  :: audition {f}
audition {v} (evaluate one or more performers in through an audition)  :: auditionner
auditor {n} (one who audits bookkeeping accounts)  :: auditeur {m}, auditrice {f}
auditorium {n} (a large room for public meetings or performances)  :: amphi {m}
auditory {adj} (of or pertaining to hearing)  :: auditoire, auditif
auditory {n} (an assembly of hearers; an audience)  :: auditoire {m}
auditory {n} (an auditorium)  :: auditoire {m}
Augeas {prop} /ɔːˈdʒiːəs/ (king)  :: Augias
augend {n} /ˈɔ dʒɛnd/ (A quantity to which another is added)  :: cumulande {m}
auger {n} (carpenter's tool)  :: tarière {f}, tarière à trépan {f}
auger {n} (plumber's snake) SEE: plumber's snake  ::
aught {pron} /ɔt/ (anything)  :: n'importe quoi {m}
augite {n} (mineral)  :: augite {f}
augment {n} (grammar: prefix indicating past tense of verb)  :: augment {m}
augment {v}  :: augmenter
augment {v} /ɔɡˈmɛnt/ (to increase, make larger or supplement)  :: augmenter
augment {v} (to become greater)  :: s'accroître, s'agrandir
augment {v} (to increase an interval by a half step)  :: augmenter l'intervalle
augment {v} (to slow the tempo or meter)  :: élargir le mouvement
augmentation {n} (in heraldry: a particular mark of honour)  :: augmentie {m-f} {n} {n-p}
augmentative {adj} (growing, enlarging, increasing)  :: augmentatif {m}
augmentative {n} (a form of word that expresses large size, intensity, or seniority)  :: augmentatif {m}
augmented reality {n} (merging of a view of the real-world environment upon a digital image)  :: réalité augmentée {f}
Augsburg {prop} (city in southern Germany)  :: Augsbourg {m}
augur {n} /ˈɔ.ɡɚ/ (diviner who foretells events by unusual occurrences)  :: augure {m}
augur {v} (to foretell events; to exhibit signs of future events)  :: augurer
augury {n} (an omen or prediction; a foreboding)  :: augure {m}
augury {n} (divination based on the appearance and behaviour of animals)  :: augure {m}
August {prop} (female given name) SEE: Augusta  ::
August {prop} (male given name) SEE: Augustus  ::
August {prop} /ˈɔːɡəst/ (eighth month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: août {m}, aout {m}
Augusta {prop} (female given name)  :: Augusta
Augustine {prop} (male given name)  :: Augustin
Augustus {prop} (male given name)  :: Auguste {m}
Augustus {prop} /ɔːˈɡʌstəs/ (Roman emperor)  :: Auguste {m}
auk {n} /ɔːk/ (seabird of the family Alcidae)  :: pingouin {m}
aulete {n} /ˈɔːliːt/ (flautist) SEE: flautist  ::
auletris {n} (courtesan flute-player)  :: aulétride {f}
Aulis {prop} /ˈɔːlɪs/ (an ancient Greek port-town)  :: Aulis
aunt {n} (grandmother) SEE: auntie or grandmother  ::
aunt {n} (great-aunt or grandaunt) SEE: great-aunt or grandaunt  ::
aunt {n} /ɑ(ː)nt/ (a parent’s sister or sister-in-law)  :: tante {f}, tatie {f} [informal]
auntie {n} /ˈæn.ti/ (Diminutive of aunt)  :: tantine {f}, tata {f}, tatie {f}
au pair {n} (a single girl or boy staying as a guest with a host family)  :: fille au pair
aura {n} (An invisible force surrounding a living creature.)  :: aura
aural {adj} /ˈɔːɹ.əl/ (of or pertaining to the ear)  :: auriculaire
aural {adj} (of or pertaining to sound)  :: auditif
Auregnais {prop} (extinct Norman dialect)  :: auregnais {m}
Aurelia {prop} (female given name)  :: Aurélie
Aurelian {prop} (male given name)  :: Aurélien
aureola {n} (luminous cloud)  :: auréole {f}
aureole {n} (circle of light or halo around the head of a deity)  :: auréole {f}
auricle {n} /ɒrəkəl/ (outer ear) SEE: pinna  ::
auricle {n} (smaller of the two types of heart chamber) SEE: atrium  ::
auricular {n} (little finger)  :: auriculaire {m}
auriferous {adj} (containing gold)  :: aurifère
Auriga {prop} (constellation)  :: Cocher {m}
aurochs {n} (European bison) SEE: European bison  ::
aurochs {n} /ˈɔːrɒks/ (Bos primigenius)  :: aurochs {m}
aurora {n} (an atmospheric phenomenon)  :: aurore polaire {f}
Aurora {prop} (female given name)  :: Aurore
aurora australis {n} (southern lights) SEE: southern lights  ::
aurora borealis {n} /əˈɹɔː(ɹ).ə ˈbɔː(ɹ).i.æl.ɪs/ (aurora of the northern hemisphere) SEE: northern lights  ::
Auschwitz {prop} /ˈaʊ̯ʃ.vɪts/ (city in Poland)  :: Auschwitz {m}, Oświęcim {m}
Auschwitz {prop} (concentration camp)  :: Auschwitz {m}
auscultate {v} (to practice auscultation)  :: ausculter
auscultation {n} (diagnosis by stethoscope or similar auditory device)  :: auscultation {f}
Auslan {prop} (sign language of the Australian deaf community)  :: langue des signes australienne {f}
auspice {n} /ˈɔspɪs/ (patronage)  :: auspices
auspicious {adj} /ɔˈspɪʃəs/ (indicating future success)  :: propice, faste
auspiciously {adv} (in an auspicious way)  :: sous les meilleurs auspices
auster {n} (auster(wind)) SEE: ostro  ::
austerity {n}  :: austérité {f}
austerity {n} (policy of deficit-cutting: reduce spending and/or raise taxes)  :: austérité {f}
austerity {n} (severity of manners or life)  :: austérité {f}
austerity {n} (sourness and harshness to the taste)  :: austérité {f}
austral {adj} (Of, relating to, or coming from the south)  :: austral
austral {n} (currency)  :: austral
Australasia {prop} (Australasia (all uses))  :: Australasie {f}
Australia {prop} (continent of Australia)  :: Australie {f}
Australia {prop} /ɔˈstɹeɪ.li.ə/ (Commonwealth of Australia)  :: Australie {f}
Australian {adj} (of or pertaining to Australia, the Australian people or languages)  :: australien {m}, australienne {f}
Australian {n} (a person from the country of Australia or of Australian descent)  :: Australien {m}, Australienne {f}
Australian Capital Territory {prop} (Territory of Australia)  :: Territoire de la Capitale australienne {f}
Australian dollar {n} (official currency of Australia)  :: dollar australien {m}
Australianise {v} /ɒˈstreɪljənaɪz/  :: australianiser
Australian magpie {n} (Cracticus tibicen)  :: cassican flûteur {m}
Australian rules football {n} (variety of Australian football)  :: football australien {m}
Australian Sign Language {prop} (Auslan) SEE: Auslan  ::
Australian white ibis {n} (species of wading bird)  :: bis à cou noir
Austria {prop} /ˈɑs.tɹi.ə/ (country in Central Europe)  :: Autriche {f}
Austria-Hungary {prop} (former country in Central Europe)  :: Autriche-Hongrie {f}
Austrian {adj} (related to Austria)  :: autrichien
Austrian {n} /ˈɔːstriən/ (Austrian person)  :: Autrichien {m}, Autrichienne {f}
Austro-Hungarian {adj} (of or pertaining to the monarchy composed of Austria and Hungary)  :: austro-hongrois
autarchy {n} (autocratic government) SEE: autocracy  ::
autarchy {n} (condition of absolute power)  :: autarchie {f}
autarky {n} (state of personal self-sufficiency)  :: Etat d'un pays qui se suffit à lui-même, autarcie {f}
autecology {n} (one of two broad subdivisions of ecology)  :: autécologie {f}
authentic {adj} /ɔ.ˈθɛn.tɪk/ (of undisputed origin)  :: authentique
authenticate {v} /ɔ.ˈθɛn.tɪ.keɪt/ (To prove authentic)  :: authentifier
authentication {n} (proof of the identity of a user logging on to some network)  :: authentification
authenticity {n} /ɑθɛnˈtɪsɪti/ (the quality of being genuine or not corrupted from the original)  :: authenticité {f}
authigenic {adj} (from the source in which it is found)  :: authigène
author {n} /ˈɔθɚ/ (originator or creator of a work)  :: auteur {m}
author {n} (writer) SEE: writer  ::
author {v} (to create a work as its author)  :: écrire, créer
authoritarian {adj} (of, or relating to, absolute obedience to an authority)  :: autoritaire
authoritarian {n}  :: autoritaire
authoritarianism {n} (authoritarian form of government)  :: autoritarisme {m}
authority {n} /əˈθɔɹəti/ (power to enforce rules or give orders)  :: autorité {f}
authority {n} (person accepted as a source of reliable information on a subject)  :: autorité {f}
authority {n} (persons in command; specifically, government)  :: autorité {f}
authorization {n} (act of authorizing)  :: autorisation
authorize {v} /ˈɔθəɹaɪz]/  :: autoriser
authorship {n} (quality or state of being an author)  :: paternité
autism {n} (neurological disorder)  :: autisme {m}
autistic {adj} (pertaining to, or having autism)  :: autiste
auto- {prefix} (automatic)  :: auto-
auto- {prefix} /ˈɔː.təʊ/ (regarding oneself)  :: auto-
auto- {prefix} (relating to cars or the driving of cars)  :: auto-
autobiographic {adj} /ˈɔː.təʊˌbaɪ.ə.ɡɹæf.ɪk.əl/ (autobiographical) SEE: autobiographical  ::
autobiography {n} (biography of oneself)  :: autobiographie {f}
autocatalytic {adj} ( catalyzed by one of its own products)  :: autocatalytique {m} {f}
autochthonous {adj} /ɔˈtɑkθənəs/ (native to the place where found)  :: autochtone {m} {f}
autoclave {n} /ˈɔtəˌkleɪv/ (sterilized heating vessel)  :: autoclave {m}
autoclave {v} (sterilize in an autoclave)  :: autoclaver
autocracy {n} (form of government)  :: autocratie {f}
autocrat {n} (ruler with absolute power)  :: autocrate {m}
autocratic {adj} (of or pertaining to autocracy or an autocrat)  :: autocratique
auto da fe {n} (public execution by burning at the stake)  :: autodafé {m}
autodidact {n} (a self-taught person)  :: autodidacte {m}, {f}
autodidacticism {n} (self-education; self-directed learning)  :: autodidaxie {f}
autoerotic {adj} /ˈɔːtəʊ.ɘɹɒt.ɪk/ (masturbatory)  :: autoérotique
autofellatio {n} (Oral stimulation of one's own penis)  :: autofellation {f}
autogamy {n} (self-fertilization)  :: autogamie {f}
autoglossonym {n} (The name of a language in that language)  :: autoglossonyme {m}, autoglottonyme {m}
autograph {adj} (hand-written manuscript)  :: autographe {m} {f}
autograph {n} (hand-written manuscript)  :: autographe {m}
autograph {n} (signature)  :: signature {f}
autograph {v} (to sign, or write one’s name or signature on a book)  :: dédicacer, signer
autoharp {n} (instrument)  :: autoharpe {f}
autoimmune {adj} (of or pertaining to autoimmunity)  :: auto-immun
autological {adj} /ˌɑːtoʊˈlɑːdʒɪkəl/ (of a phrase, describing itself)  :: autologique
autolysis {n} (the destruction of an organism's cells by enzymes)  :: autolyse {f}
automagical {adj} (automatic, but with an apparent element of magic)  :: automagique
automagically {adv} (automatically)  :: automagiquement
automate {v} (to replace or enhance human labor with machines)  :: automatiser
automated {adj} (Made automatic)  :: automatisé
automated teller machine {n} (banking)  :: guichet automatique bancaire {m}, distributeur automatique de billets {m}
automatic {adj} (describing a firearm which fires continuously)  :: automatique
automatic {adj} /ˌɔtəˈmætɪk/ (capable of operating without external control)  :: automatique
automatic {n} (A semi-automatic pistol)  :: semi-automatique {m}
automatic teller machine {n} (automated teller machine) SEE: automated teller machine  ::
automatic transmission {n} (A mechanical transmission which shifts gears automatically in response to speed and/or load)  :: boite de vitesses automatique {f}
automation {n} (converting the controlling of a machine to an automatic system)  :: automatisation, robotisation
automatism {n} /ɔːˈtɒmətɪzəm/ (acting automatically)  :: automatisme {m}
automatize {v} (automate) SEE: automate  ::
automaton {n} (formal system)  :: automate {m}
automaton {n} /ɔːˈtɒmətən/ (machine or robot designed to follow a precise sequence of instructions)  :: automate {m}
automaton {n} (toy in the form of a mechanical figure)  :: automate {m}
automobile {n} /ˈɔ.tə.moʊ.ˌbil/ (passenger vehicle)  :: voiture {f}, auto {f}, automobile {m}, char {m} [Canada]
automorphic number {n} (number whose square ends in itself)  :: nombre automorphe {m}
automotive {adj} (having the ability to move by itself; self-propelled or self-propelling)  :: automobile {m} {f}
automotive {adj} (of, or relating to motor vehicles)  :: automobile {m} {f}
autonomous {adj} /əˈtɑnəməs/ (self-governing)  :: autonome {m} {f}
autonomy {n} (capacity for individual decision)  :: autonomie {f}
autonomy {n} (self-government)  :: autonomie {f}
autonym {n} (a name used by a group or category of people to refer to themselves or their language)  :: autonyme {m}
autopatrolled {adj} (automatically checked)  :: autopatrouillé
autopilot {n} (guiding system)  :: pilote automatique {m}
autoplasty {n}  :: greffe {f}
autopsy {n} /ˈɔˌtɑpsi/ (a dissection performed on a cadaver)  :: autopsie {f}
auto racing {n} (sport)  :: course automobile {f}
autoregulation {n} (process by which an inhibitory feedback counteracts change)  :: autorégulation {f}
autotelic {adj}  :: autotélique
autoteller {n} (automated teller machine) SEE: automated teller machine  ::
autotomy {n} /ɔːˈtɒtəmi/ (invertebrate self-defense mechanism)  :: autotomie
autotrophy {n} (synthesis of food from inorganic substances)  :: autotrophie {f}
autumn {n} /ˈɔ.təm/ (season)  :: automne {m}
autumnal {adj} /ɔˈtʌmnəɫ/ (of or relating to autumn)  :: automnal
autumnal equinox {n} (moment)  :: équinoxe d'automne {m}
autumn equinox {n} (autumnal equinox) SEE: autumnal equinox  ::
Auvergne {prop} (region of France)  :: Auvergne {f}
auxiliary {adj} /ɔɡˈzɪləɹi/ (relating to an auxiliary verb)  :: auxiliaire {m}
auxiliary language {n} (auxiliary language)  :: langue auxiliaire {f}
auxiliary verb {n} (a helping verb)  :: verbe auxiliaire {m}, auxiliaire {m}
avail {v} /əˈveɪl/ (to turn to the advantage of)  :: profiter, saisir
avail {v} (to be of service to)  :: servir
availability {n} (the quality of being available)  :: disponibilité {f}
available {adj} /əˈveɪləb(ə)l/ (capable of being used)  :: disponible
available {adj} (readily obtainable)  :: disponible
avalanche {n} /ˈævəlæntʃ/ (large sliding mass of snow and ice)  :: avalanche {f}
avalanche {n} (fall of earth, rocks, etc.)  :: avalanche
avalanche {n} (sudden descent or influx)  :: avalanche
avania {n} /avəˈniːə/ (fee imposed by Ottomans)  :: avanie {f}
avant-garde {n} /æˈvãt.ɡɑː(ɹ)d/ ((obsolete) the vanguard of an army or other force)  :: avant-garde {f}
avant-garde {n} (group of people promoting new concepts)  :: avant-garde {f}
avant-gardism {n} (the novel, experimental approach of the avant-garde)  :: avant-gardisme {m}
avant-gardist {n} (a person who is avant-garde or espouses avant-garde points of view)  :: avant-gardiste {m} {f}
avantgardistic {adj} (innovative, pioneering) SEE: avant-garde  ::
avant-guard {n} (advanced body of an army)  :: avant-garde {f}
avant-guard {n} (new and (usually) experimental)  :: avant-garde {f}
Avar {prop} /ˈævɑr/ (language)  :: avar {m}
avarice {n} /ˈævəɹɪs/ (excessive or inordinate desire of gain)  :: avarice
avaricious {adj} /ˌævəˈrɪʃəs/ (actuated by avarice)  :: avare
avatar {n} (A digital representation of a person or being)  :: avatar {m}, emblème, symbole
avatar {n} /ˈæv.ə.tɑɹ/ (The earthly incarnation of a deity, particularly Vishnu)  :: avatar {m}, incarnation
avatar {n} (The physical embodiment of an idea or concept; a personification)  :: avatar {m}, matérialisation, personnification
Avellino {prop} (province of Italy)  :: Avellino
Avellino {prop} (town and capital of Avellino)  :: Avellino
avenge {v} (to take vengeance for)  :: venger
avenger {n} (one who avenges or vindicates; as, an avenger of blood)  :: vengeur {m}
Aventine {prop} /ˈævəntaɪn/ (Aventine Hill) SEE: Aventine Hill  ::
Aventine Hill {prop} (one of the seven hills on which ancient Rome was built)  :: Aventin
avenue {n} /ˈæv.əˌnu/ (broad street)  :: avenue {f}
average {adj} (constituting or relating to the average)  :: moyen {m}, moyenne {f}
average {n} /ˈævəɹɪdʒ/ (arithmetic mean)  :: moyenne {f}
average {v}  :: moyenner
Avernus {prop} (underworld) SEE: underworld  ::
aversion {n} /əˈvɝʒn/ (fixed dislike)  :: aversion {f}
avert {v} (to ward off)  :: prévenir
Avestan {adj} (of or pertaining to Avesta)  :: avestique
Avestan {prop} /əˈvɛst(ə)n/ (Old Iranian language)  :: avestique {m}
Aveyron {prop} (département)  :: Aveyron {m}
avian {adj} /ˈeɪviən/ (of birds)  :: aviaire
avian flu {n} (avian influenza) SEE: avian influenza  ::
avian influenza {n} (strain of influenza)  :: grippe aviaire {f}
aviary {n} /ˈeɪvɪəɹi/ (confinement for keeping birds)  :: volière {f}
aviation {n} /eɪviˈeɪʃən/ (art or science of flying)  :: aviation {f}
aviator {n} (aircraft pilot)  :: aviateur {m}, aviatrice {f}
Avicenna {prop} (a Persian polymath)  :: Avicenne {m}
aviculture {n} (bird breeding)  :: aviculture {f}
aviculturist {n} (person who keeps and rears birds)  :: aviculteur {m}, avicultrice {f}
avid {adj} /ævɪd/ (enthusiastic; passionate)  :: avide
Avignon {prop} (city in Provence)  :: Avignon {m}
avocado {adj} (Avocado-coloured)  :: avocat {m}
avocado {n} (colour)  :: avocat {m}
avocado {n} (tree)  :: avocatier {m}
avocado {n} /ɑvəˈkɑdoʊ/ (fruit)  :: avocat {m}
avocet {n} /ˈævəʊsɛt/ (bird)  :: avocette {f}
avoid {v} /əˈvɔɪd/ (to keep away from)  :: éviter, fuir
avoidable {adj} (capable of being avoided, shunned, or escaped)  :: évitable
avoidance {n} (The act of avoiding or shunning)  :: évitement {m}
avoid like the plague {v}  :: éviter comme la peste
avow {v} (declare openly)  :: avouer, confesser
Avraham {prop} (given name) SEE: Abraham  ::
avuncular {adj} /əˈvʌŋkjʊlɚ/ (in the manner of an uncle)  :: avunculaire
avuncular {adj} (kind, genial, benevolent or tolerant)  :: gentil
Awadhi {prop} (Awadhi language)  :: awadhi
await {v}  :: attendre, servir
await {v} /əˈwɛɪt/ (transitive: to wait for)  :: attendre
await {v} (transitive: to wait on, to serve)  :: servir
awake {adj} /əˈweɪk/ (conscious)  :: éveillé, réveillé
awake {v} (to cause someone to stop sleeping)  :: réveiller
awake {v} (to gain consciousness)  :: se réveiller
awaken {v} (intransitive: to stop sleeping)  :: se réveiller
awaken {v} (transitive: to cause to become awake)  :: réveiller
awakening {n} /əˈweɪ̯kənɪŋ/ (the act of awaking)  :: réveil {m}
award {n} (trophy or medal)  :: prix {m}, trophé {m}, médaille {f}
award {v} (to give by judicial determination)  :: accorder, décerner
aware {adj} (having knowledge of something)  :: conscient, au courant
awareness {n} (the state of consciousness)  :: conscience {f}
awareness {n} (the state or quality of being aware of something)  :: connaissance {f}
away {adv} /əˈweɪ/ (from a place; hence)  :: loin
away side {n} (away side) SEE: visiting team  ::
away team {n} (visiting team) SEE: visiting team  ::
away with the fairies {adj} /əˈweɪ/ (dreaming, not with it)  :: dans la lune
awe {n} (feeling of amazement)  :: admiration {f}
awe {n} /ɔ/ (feeling of fear and reverence)  :: crainte {f}, révérence {f}
awesome {adj} (excellent, exciting)  :: magnifique, [formally or slang] génial, formidable
awesome {adj} /ˈɔs.əm/ (causing awe or terror)  :: impressionnant, terrifiant
awestricken {adj} (awestruck) SEE: awestruck  ::
awful {adj} (oppressing with fear; appalling; terrible)  :: terrible, épouvantable, horrible
awful {adj} (terror-stricken) SEE: terrorstricken  ::
awfully {adv} (badly) SEE: badly  ::
awfully {adv} (fearfully) SEE: fearfully  ::
awfully {adv} (reverently) SEE: reverently  ::
awfully {adv} (very) SEE: very (adverb)  ::
a wild goose never laid a tame egg {phrase} (most things are inherited and predetermined)  :: les chats ne font pas des chiens
awkward {adj} (not easily managed or effected; embarrassing)  :: embarrassant {m}
awkward {adj} /ˈɔkwɚd/ (lacking dexterity in the use of the hands)  :: maladroit {m}
awkward {adj} (perverse; adverse; untoward)  :: inconvenant {m}
awkwardness {n} (the state or quality of being awkward)  :: maladresse {f}
awl {n} /ɑl/ (a pointed instrument)  :: alêne {f}
awn {n} /ɔːn/ (the bristle or beard of certain plants)  :: barbe {f}
awning {n} /ˈɔːnɪŋ/ (a rooflike cover)  :: marquise {f}, auvent {m}
awry {adv} /əˈɹaɪ/ (obliquely, crookedly; askew)  :: de travers, de guingois
axe {n} /æks/ (tool)  :: hache {f}, cognée {f}
axe {n} (instrument)  :: gratte {f} (lit., "the scratch")
axe {n} (rejection)  :: couperet {m}
axe {n} (weapon)  :: hache {f}
Axel {prop} (male given name)  :: Axel
axial {adj} (belonging to the axis of the body)  :: axial
axial {adj} (botany: in the same direction as the axis)  :: axial
axial {adj} (of or pertaining to an axis)  :: axial
axial plane {n} (transverse plane) SEE: transverse plane  ::
axilla {n} (armpit)  :: aisselle {f}
axillary {adj} (of or pertaining to the axilla)  :: axillaire
axino {n} (particle)  :: axino {m}
axiom {n} /ˈæks.i.əm/ (philosophy: supposed self‐evident or necessary truth)  :: axiome {m}
axiom {n} (mathematics: fundamental assumption)  :: axiome {m}
axiom of choice {n} (axiom of choice)  :: axiome du choix {m}
axion {n} (hypothetical subatomic particle)  :: axion {m}
axis {n} /ˈæksɪs/ (geometry: imaginary line)  :: axe {m}
axis {n} (basis of space or part of graph)  :: axe {m}
Axis {prop} (Axis Powers) SEE: Axis Powers  ::
axis of evil {n} (states sponsoring terrorism and seeking weapons of mass destruction)  :: axe du mal {m}
axis of symmetry {n} (a line about which a geometric figure is symmetric)  :: axe de symétrie
axle {n} /ˈæksəl/ (the pin or spindle on which a wheel revolves, or which revolves with a wheel)  :: essieu {m}
axle {n} (a transverse bar or shaft)  :: essieu {m}
axletree {n} (A rod connecting the opposite wheels of a carriage)  :: essieu {m}
axolotl {n} /ˈæk.səˌlɑ.ɾəl/ (amphibian of the salamander tribe)  :: axolotl {m}
axon {n} (a nerve fibre)  :: axone {m}
ayatollah {n} (a religious leader)  :: ayatollah {m}
aye {interj} /aɪ/ (yes)  :: oui
aye-aye {n} (nocturnal quadruped)  :: aye-aye
aye aye, sir {phrase} (nautical - I hear, understand and will comply)  :: bien, commandant
Ayers Rock {prop} (giant rock in Australia)  :: Ayers Rock
Aylmer {prop} (male given name)  :: Adhémar
Aymara {prop} /ˌaɪməˈɹɑː/ (indigenous people of South America)  :: Aymara {m}
Aymara {prop} (language of South America)  :: aimara {m}, aymara {m}
Ayurveda {n} /aɪ.ʊəˈveɪ.də/ (traditional Hindu alternative medicine)  :: ayurveda {m}
Ayyavazhi {prop} (religion)  :: Ayyavazhi
azalea {n} (plant)  :: azalée {f}
Azawakh {n} (Azawakh)  :: azawakh
Azerbaijan {prop} /ˌæz.ə(r).baɪˈ(d)ʒɑːn/ (country in Eastern Europe)  :: Azerbaïdjan {m}
Azerbaijani {adj} (pertaining to Azerbaijan)  :: azéri {m}, azerbaïdjanais
Azerbaijani {prop} /ˌæzərbaɪˈdʒɑːni/ (language of Azerbaijan) SEE: Azeri  ::
Azerbaijani Turkic {prop} (Azeri) SEE: Azeri  ::
Azerbaijan SSR {prop} (Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic)  :: Rss d'Azerbaïdjan
Azeri {n} (Azeri person)  :: Azéri {m}, Azerbaïdjanais {m}
Azeri {prop} (Azeri language)  :: azerbaïdjanais {m}, azéri {m}
Azeri Turkic {prop} (Azeri) SEE: Azeri  ::
azimuth {n} /ˈæzɪməθ/ (an arc of the horizon)  :: azimut {m}
azimuth {n} (quadrant of an azimuth circle)  :: azimut {m}
Azorean {adj} (of, from, or relating to the Azores)  :: açoréen {m}
Azorean {n} (someone from the Azores)  :: Açoréen {m}
Azores {prop} /ˈeɪzɔːɹz/ (an archipelago and an autonomous region)  :: les Açores {f-p}
Azrael {prop} (angel of death)  :: Azraël {m}
Aztec {adj} (of or pertaining to the Mexica people)  :: aztèque
Aztec {n} /ˈæztɛk/ (a Mexica)  :: Aztèque {m}
azuki bean {n} (bean)  :: haricot azuki {m}, haricot rouge du Japon {m}
azuki bean {n} (plant)  :: haricot azuki {m}, haricot rouge du Japon {m}
azure {adj} (heraldry: of blue colour on a coat of arms)  :: azur
azure {adj} (sky-blue coloured)  :: azur {m} {f}
azure {n} /ˈæʒɚ/ (blue colour on a coat of arms)  :: azur
azure {n} (colour of the sky)  :: azur {m}
azure {n} (lapis lazuli) SEE: lapis lazuli  ::
azure {n} (the blue sky)  :: azur {m}
Åland {prop} (Autonomous province of Finland)  :: les îles d'Åland