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éclat {n} /eɪˈklɑ/ (brilliant or successful effect)  :: éclat {m}
écu {n} /eɪˈkuː/ (obsolete French unit of currency)  :: écu {m}
e {n} /iː/ (name of the letter E, e)  :: e {m}
E {n} /ɛ/ (slang: ecstasy)  :: Hebrew
ea. {abbr} (each)  :: ch.
each {determiner} /it͡ʃ/ (every)  :: chaque
each {determiner} (per)  :: chacun
each other {pron} /iˈtʃʌðɚ/ (to one another; one to the other)  :: l'un l'autre, les uns les autres {p}
each to his own {proverb} (proverb)  :: à chacun son goût
eager {adj} /ˈiɡɚ/ (excited by desire in the pursuit of any object)  :: désireux, enthousiaste, impatient
eagle {n} (a gold coin with a face value of $10.00)  :: pièce de dix dollars
eagle {n} /ˈiːɡəl/ (any of several large carnivorous birds in the family Accipitridae)  :: aigle {m}
eaglehawk {n} (a large Australian eagle)  :: uraète {m}
eagle owl {n} /ˈiːɡəl ˈɑʊl/ (large owl of genus Bubo)  :: grand duc {m}
eaglet {n} (an eagle chick)  :: aiglon {m}, aiglette {f}
ear {n} (external part of the organ of hearing) SEE: pinna  ::
ear {n} (fruiting body of a grain plant)  :: épi {m}
ear {n} /ɪɹ/ (organ of hearing)  :: oreille {f}
ear {n} (slang: police informant)  :: indic {m}, balance {f}, mouchard {m}
ear {v} (archaic: to plough)  :: labourer
ear {v} (plough) SEE: plough  ::
earache {n} /ˈɪə̯ɹeɪk/ (pain in the ear)  :: otalgie
ear canal {n} (tube or meatus running from the outer ear to the eardrum)  :: conduit auditif {m}
eardrum {n} /ˈi˞ˌdɹʌm/ (membrane separating outer and middle ears)  :: tympan {m}
earl {n} /ɝl/ (a British or Irish nobleman)  :: comte
earlap {n} (earflap) SEE: earflap  ::
earlap {n} (earlobe) SEE: earlobe  ::
earless seal {n} (seal of family Phocidae)  :: phoque
earlier {adv} /ˈɝliɚ/ (comparitive of early and of soon)  :: plus tôt
earlier {adv} (previously; before now; sooner)  :: plus tôt
ear lobe {n} (a part of the ear)  :: lobe {m} (de l'oreille)
early {adj} (arriving at a time before expected)  :: en avance
early {adj} (illness: having began to occur)  :: précoce
early {adj} /ˈɝli/ (at a time in advance of the usual)  :: de bonne heure
early {adj} (near the start or beginning)  :: ancien
early {adv} (at a time before expected)  :: tôt, de bonne heure, en avance
early bird {n} (one who wakes early)  :: lève-tôt {m}
early fetal demise {n} (missed abortion) SEE: missed abortion  ::
early riser {n} (early bird) SEE: early bird  ::
early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise {proverb} (Benjamin Franklin quote)  :: coucher de poule et lever de corbeau écartent l'homme du tombeau
earmark {v} (to specify or set aside for a particular purpose)  :: allouer, réserver
earmuff {n} (garment to keep the ears warm)  :: cache-oreilles {p}
earn {v} (deserve)  :: mériter
earn {v} (intransitive: receive money for working)  :: gagner
earn {v} /ɝn/ (transitive: receive (money) for working)  :: gagner
earnest {adj} (important, serious)  :: sérieux, grave
earnest {adj} /ˈɝnɪst/ (ardent)  :: ardent
earnings {n} (wages, money earned, income)  :: revenus {m-p}
earphone {n} (sound device held near the ear)  :: écouteur {m}
earphones {n} (small speakers worn over the ears)  :: écouteurs {m-p}
earpick {n} (instrument for removing earwax)  :: cure-oreille {m}
earplug {n} (protective clothing for the ear canal)  :: bouchon d’oreille {m}
earring {n} /ˈɪɹɪŋ/ (piece of jewelry)  :: boucle d'oreille {f}
ears are burning {phrase}  :: avoir les oreilles qui sifflent
ear shell {n} (abalone) SEE: abalone  ::
earshot {n} /ˈɪəˌʃɒt/ (distance)  :: portée de voix {f}
earth {n} (any general rock-based material)  :: terre {f}
earth {n} (electrical connection)  :: terre {f}
earth {n} (fox's lair)  :: terrier
earth {n} (one of the five basic elements)  :: terre {f}
earth {n} (one of the four basic elements)  :: terre {f}
earth {n} (soil)  :: terre {f}
earth {n} (the ground, land)  :: terre {f}
earth {n} (world of our current life, as opposed to afterlife)  :: terre {f}
earth {prop} /ɝθ/ (our planet, third out from the Sun) SEE: Earth  ::
earth {v} (connect electrically to the earth)  :: relier à la terre, mettre à la terre
earth {v} (to bury)  :: enterrer
Earth {prop} (personification of Earth) SEE: Mother Earth  ::
Earth {prop} /ɝθ/ (third planet of the Solar System)  :: la Terre {f}
earthbound {adj} (unimaginative or mundane)  :: terre-à-terre
Earth Day {prop} (global day of observance of the need to protect the earth)  :: Jour de la Terre {m}
earthenware {n} (ceramic)  :: poterie {f}
Earthling {n} /ˈɜːθ.lɪŋ/ (inhabitant of the planet Earth)  :: terrien {m}, terrienne {f}
earthly branch {n} (set of twelve terms in East Asian cultures)  :: branche terrestre {f}
Earth mass {n} (Unit of mass)  :: masse de la Terre {f}
earth pig {n} /ˈɜːθpɪɡ/ (aardvark) SEE: aardvark  ::
earthquake {n} /ˈəːθkweɪk/ (shaking of the surface of a planet)  :: tremblement de terre {m}, séisme {m}
earth science {n} (any of the sciences dealing with the planet Earth)  :: géoscience {f}, science de la terre {f}
earthshine {n} (reflected Earthlight)  :: clair de Terre {m}
earthworm {n} (worm (animal))  :: ver de terre {m}, lombric {m} [formal], lèche {f} [Louisiana]
ear to the ground {n} (the practice of carefully gathering information)  :: (to keep one's ear to the ground) rester à l'écoute, être à l'écoute
earwax {n} (waxy substance secreted by the ear)  :: cérumen {m}
earwig {n} (the insect)  :: forficule {f}, perce-oreille {m}
earwitness {n} /ˈɪə̯wɪtnəs/ (witness who gives evidence of what he or she has heard)  :: témoin auriculaire {m}
ease {n} /iz/ (ability, see also: ability)  :: facilité {f}
ease {n} (relaxation)  :: repos {m}
easel {n} /ˈiː.z(ə)l/ (upright frame for displaying or supporting something)  :: chevalet {m}
easement {n} /ˈiːzm(ə)nt/ (legal right to use another person's property)  :: servitude
ease nature {v} (to urinate and/or defecate (euphemism)) SEE: relieve oneself  ::
ease up {v} (to become more relaxed)  :: lâcher du lest
ease up {v} (to reduce speed)  :: lever le pied
easier said than done {adj} (easy to propose, but difficult to accomplish)  :: plus facile à dire qu’à faire
easily {adv} /ˈiːzɪli/ (without difficulty)  :: facilement
easily {adv} (without question)  :: facilement
east {adj} (from the East)  :: oriental {m}, orientale {f}
east {adj} (in or towards the east)  :: à l'est
east {adj} (meteorology: easterly)  :: de l'est
east {adj} (of or pertaining to the east)  :: de l'est
east {adv} (towards the east)  :: vers l 'est
east {n} /iːst/ (compass point)  :: est {m}, orient {m}, levant {m}
East {prop} (Eastern states of the US)  :: les états de l'est des États-Unis
East {prop} (Eastern world)  :: orient {m}, levant {m}
East al-Quds {prop} (East Jerusalem) SEE: East Jerusalem  ::
East Anglia {prop} (area of eastern England)  :: Est-Anglie {f}
East Asia {prop} (eastern subregion of Asia)  :: Asie de l'Est {f}
East Asian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to East Asia)  :: est-asiatique
East Asian {n} (a person from East Asia)  :: Est-Asiatique {m} {f}
East Berlin {prop} (the Soviet sector of Berlin between 1949 and 1990)  :: Berlin-Est {m}
east by north {n} (compass point)  :: est-quart-nord-est {m}
east by south {n} (compass point)  :: est-quart-sud-est {m}
East China Sea {prop} (a sea)  :: mer de Chine orientale {f}
East Coast {prop} (the eastern seaboard of the United States)  :: Côte Est {f}
Easter {n} /ˈi.stɚ/ (Christian holiday)  :: Pâques
Easter Bunny {prop} /ˈiːs.tɚ ˈbʌ.ni/ (Symbolic rabbit sometimes depicted delivering Easter eggs to children)  :: lapin de Pâques {m}
Easter egg {n} /ˈiː.stəɹ ˌɛɡ/ (a dyed or decorated egg)  :: œuf de Pâques {m}
Easter egg hunt {n} (activity held at Easter where hidden Easter eggs have to be found)  :: chasse aux œufs {f}
Easter Island {prop} (Island in the Pacific)  :: île de Pâques {f}
Easter Monday {prop} (Monday after Easter Sunday)  :: Lundi de Pâques
eastern {adj} /ˈiːstə(ɹ)n/ (related to the east)  :: oriental
Eastern Arabic {prop} (Levantine Arabic) SEE: Levantine Arabic  ::
Eastern Bloc {prop} (The largely Communist countries of the eastern world)  :: pays de l'Est {m}
easterner {n} (a native or inhabitant of the east)  :: Oriental {m}
Eastern Europe {prop} (Eastern Europe)  :: Europe de l'Est {f}
Eastern Hemisphere {n} (hemisphere of the Earth)  :: hémisphère est {m}
eastern jackrabbit {n} (European hare) SEE: European hare  ::
Eastern Standard Time {prop} (timezone)  :: heure normale de l'est
Easter Sunday {prop} (Easter Sunday)  :: dimanche de Pâques {m}
East Flanders {prop} (East Flanders)  :: Flandre-Orientale {f}
East Germany {prop} (former European country)  :: Allemagne de l'Est {f}
East Indies {prop} (Southeast Asia)  :: Indes orientales {f-p}
East Jerusalem {prop} (eastern sector of Jerusalem)  :: Jérusalem-Est {m}
east-northeast {n} (compass point)  :: est-nord-est {m}
East Prussia {prop} (historical province of Germany)  :: Prusse-Orientale {f}
East Punjab {prop} (state in India)  :: Penjab {m}, Pendjab {m}
East Sea {prop} (Baltic sea) SEE: Baltic Sea  ::
East Sea {prop} (Dead Sea) SEE: Dead Sea  ::
East Sea {prop} (East China Sea) SEE: East China Sea  ::
East Sea {prop} (Sea of Japan) SEE: Sea of Japan  ::
East Sea {prop} (South China Sea) SEE: South China Sea  ::
East Siberian Sea {prop} (part of the Arctic Ocean)  :: mer de Sibérie orientale {f}
East Slavic {adj} (of or relating to the East Slavs)  :: slave oriental
east-southeast {n} (compass point)  :: est-sud-est {m}
East Timor {prop} (Country in Oceania)  :: Timor Oriental
East Turkestan {prop} (Xinjiang) SEE: Xinjiang  ::
Eastwoodian {adj} (relating to, or characteristic of Clint Eastwood)  :: eastwoodien
easy {adj} (comfortable) SEE: comfortable  ::
easy {adj} (consenting readily to sex)  :: facile
easy {adj} /ˈiːzi/ (requiring little skill or effort)  :: facile
easy as pie {adj} (very easy)  :: simple comme bonjour
easy chair {n} (a comfortable chair)  :: fauteuil
easy does it {interj} (do something gently or slowly)  :: doucement, d'une main légère
easygoing {adj} (casual and informal)  :: sympathique
eat {v} (colloquial: cause to worry)  :: ronger, bouffer [familiar]
eat {v} (consume)  :: manger, bouffer [slang]
eat {v} (eat a meal)  :: manger
eat {v} /it/ (to eat) SEE: consume  ::
eatable {adj} (able to be eaten) SEE: edible  ::
eat crow {v} (to recognize that one has mistaken)  :: faire amende honorable, admettre son erreur, reconnaître son erreur, aller à Canossa, venir à Canossa
eater {n} /ˈiːtɚ/ (one who eats)  :: mangeur
eatery {n} /ˈiːtəɹi/ (a restaurant or café, etc.)  :: resto {m}
eat humble pie {v} (to admit one's faults)  :: avaler son chapeau
eating disorder {n} (psychological disorder)  :: trouble des conduites alimentaires {m}
eat like a horse {v} (eat large amounts)  :: manger comme un ogre, manger comme quatre
eat my shorts {phrase} /ˈiːt maɪ ˈʃɔːɹts/ (irreverent rebuke or dismissal)  :: va te faire shampooiner, va te faire shampouiner [France], mange de la crotte [Canada]
eat one's hat {v} (to express disbelief about a proposition)  :: manger son chapeau
eat one's heart out {v} (to feel overwhelming negative emotion)  :: se ronger le cœur
eat out of someone's hand {v} (to be submissive due to fascination)  :: manger dans la main
eat pussy {v} (to perform cunnilingus)  :: faire minette, coller les timbres à la cave, brouter le gazon, bouffer la chatte
eau de toilette {n} (lightly scented perfume)  :: eau de toilette {f}
eave {n} /iːv/ (the underside of a roof that extends beyond the external walls of a building)  :: égout {m}, avant-toit {m}
eaves {n} /iːvz/ (underside of a roof)  :: avant-toit {m}, corniche
eavesdrop {n} (space around a house on which such water drips)  :: chéneau {m}
eavesdrop {v} /ˈivzˌdɹɑp/ (to hear a conversation one is not intended to hear)  :: être aux écoutes
eavesdropping {n} (interception of electronic communication)  :: écoute clandestine {f}
eavestrough {n} (roof gutter)  :: gouttière {f}
e-banking {n}  :: homebanking {m}
ebb {n} /ɛb/ (receding movement of the tide)  :: reflux {m}
ebb {n} (low tide)  :: reflux {m}
ebb {v} (to fall away or decline)  :: refluer, décliner
e-bike {n} (bicycle powered by an electric motor)  :: vélo à assistance électrique {m}
Ebola {n} (Ebola fever) SEE: Ebola fever  ::
Ebola {n} /iˈboʊlə/ (Ebola virus) SEE: Ebola virus  ::
Ebola fever {n} (illness caused by the Ebola virus)  :: fièvre Ebola {f}
Ebola virus {n} (virus)  :: virus Ebola {m}
ebonite {n} /ˈebəˌnaɪt/ (product of vulcanizing rubber with sulfur)  :: ébonite {f}
ebony {adj} (made of ebony wood)  :: d'ébène
ebony {n} (colour)  :: ébène
ebony {n} /ˈɛb.ən.i/ (wood)  :: ébène {f}, bois d'ébène {m}
ebony {n} (tree)  :: ébénier
e-book {n} (electronic book)  :: livre numérique {m}, livrel, livre électronique
e-book reader {n} (e-reader) SEE: e-reader  ::
Ebro {prop} (Spanish river)  :: Èbre {m}
EBU {initialism} (European Broadcasting Union)  :: UER
ecard {n} (computerized greeting card)  :: e-carte {f}
ECB {initialism} (European Central Bank)  :: BCE
eccentric {adj} (deviating from the norm)  :: excentrique
eccentric {adj} /ɛkˈsɛntɹɪk/ (not at or in the centre)  :: excentrique
eccentric {n} (person who does not behave like others)  :: excentrique {m} {f}
eccentricity {n} (a ratio between distances in a conic section)  :: excentricité {f}
eccentricity {n} (eccentric behaviour)  :: excentricité {f}
eccentricity {n} (the quality of being eccentric)  :: excentricité {f}
ecchi {n}  :: ecchi {m}
ecchymosis {n} /ˌɛk.ɪˈmoʊ.sɪs/ (skin discoloration) SEE: bruise  ::
ecchymosis {n} (leaking of blood into the tissues of the body as a result of a bruise)  :: ecchymose
Ecclesiastes {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Ecclésiaste
ecclesiastic {adj} /əkliziˈæstɪk/ (pertaining to the church)  :: ecclésiastique
ecclesiastical {adj} /əˌkli.ziˈæ.stə.kəl/ (pertaining to the church)  :: ecclésiastique
Ecclesiastical Latin {prop} (Latin language)  :: latin ecclésiastique {m}
ecclesiology {n} (branch of theology)  :: ecclésiologie {f}
echelon {n} /ˈɛkəlɒn/ (level or rank)  :: échelon {m}
echelon {n} (formation of troops)  :: échelon {m}
echidna {n} /əˈkɪdnə/ (any of the four species of small spined monotremes)  :: échidné {m}
echinococcosis {n} (a potentially fatal parasitic disease of animals and humans, caused by the Echinococcus tapeworm)  :: échinococcose
echinococcus {n} (a parasite of humans and of many domestic and wild animals, the larval stage of Taenia echinococcus, that forms compound cysts or tumours (called hydatid cysts) in various organs, but especially in the liver and lungs)  :: échinocoque {m}
echinoderm {n} (member of the Echinodermata)  :: échinoderme {m}
echinofauna {n}  :: échinofaune {f}
echo {n} /ˈɛkoʊ/ (reflected sound)  :: écho {m}
echo chamber {n} (room)  :: chambre d’échos {f}
echography {n} (the use of ultrasound as a diagnostic aid)  :: échographie {f}
echolalia {n} /ɛkə(ʊ)ˈleɪlɪə/ (echoing of words or phrases)  :: écholalie {f}
echolalic {adj} (of or pertaining to echolalia)  :: écholalique {m} {f}
echolocation {n} /ˌɛkoʊloʊˈkeɪʃən/ (use of echos to detect objects)  :: écholocation {f}, écholocalisation {f}
eclair {n} (an oblong chocolate covered creme filled pastry)  :: éclair {m}
eclaircissement {n} (explanation of something obscure or unknown)  :: éclaircissement {m}
eclectic {adj} /ɛkˈlɛk.tɪk/ (selecting a mixture of what appear to be best of various doctrines, methods or styles)  :: éclectique
eclectic {adj} (unrelated and unspecialized; heterogeneous)  :: hétérogène, hétéroclite disparate, de bric et de broc
eclipse {n} /ɪˈklɪps/ (passage of a planetary object between others)  :: éclipse {f}
eclipse {v} (To cause an eclipse)  :: éclipser
eclipse {v} (To overshadow)  :: éclipser
ecliptic {n} /ɪˈklɪp.tɪk/ (Earth's orbital plane)  :: écliptique {m}
eclogue {n} (pastoral poem)  :: églogue {f}
eco- {prefix} /ˈiːˌkəʊ/ (concerning ecology or the environment)  :: éco-
ecocide {n} /ˈiːkəʊsaɪd/ (destruction of an ecosystem)  :: écocide {m}
ecoclimatic {adj} (relating to ecoclimate)  :: écoclimatique
ecodistrict {n}  :: écoquartier {m}
E-collar {n} (Elizabethan collar) SEE: Elizabethan collar  ::
ecologic {adj} (related to ecology) SEE: ecological  ::
ecological {adj} /ˌiːkəˈlɒd͡ʒɪkl̩/ (relating to ecology)  :: écologique
ecologically {adv} (in an ecological manner)  :: écologiquement
ecologist {n} (A scientist who studies ecology)  :: écologue {m} {f}, écologiste {m} {f}
ecology {n} /i.ˈkɑ.lə.dʒi/ (branch of biology)  :: écologie {f}
e-commerce {n} (commercial activity conducted via the Internet)  :: commerce électronique {f}, vente en ligne {f}
ecomuseum {n} (museum focused on a local community)  :: écomusée {m}
ecomusicology {n} (study of music, culture, and nature)  :: écomusicologie {f}
econometrics {n} (branch of economics)  :: économétrie {f}
economic {adj} (cheap)  :: économique
economic {adj} /ˌɛkəˈnɑmɪk/ (pertaining to an economy)  :: économique {m} {f}
economic {adj} (pertaining to the study of money)  :: économique {m} {f}
economical {adj} /ˌɛkəˈnɑmɪkəl/ (careful with money)  :: économe {m} {f}
economical {adj} (relating to economy) SEE: economic  ::
economical {adj} (saving money or resources)  :: économique {m} {f}
economic crisis {n} (period of economic slowdown) SEE: financial crisis  ::
economic emigrant {n} (economic migrant) SEE: economic migrant  ::
economic immigrant {n} (economic migrant) SEE: economic migrant  ::
economic refugee {n} (person fleeing poverty)  :: réfugié économique
economics {n} /ikəˈnɑmɪks/ (study)  :: économie {f}
economies of scale {n} (the characteristics of a production process)  :: économies d'échelle {f-p}
economism {n} (Definition)  :: économisme {m}
economist {n} (expert in economics)  :: économiste {m}
economy {n} /iˈkɒn.ə.mi/ (frugal use of resources)  :: économie {f}
economy {n} (production and distribution and consumption)  :: économie {f}
ecophysiology {n}  :: écophysiologie {f}
eco-region {n} (region, smaller than an ecozone, that contains distinct biodiversity of flora and fauna)  :: écorégion {m}
ecosphere {n} (portion of the atmosphere)  :: écosphère {f}
ecosystem {n} /ˈikoʊˌsɪstəm/ (system of an ecological community and its environment)  :: écosystème {m}
ecotone {n} /ˈiːkətəʊn/ (a region of transition)  :: écotone
ecotourism {n} /ˌɛkoʊˈtʊɹɪzəm/ (responsible travel)  :: écotourisme {m}
ecozone {n} (large geographical region having a distinct biodiversity)  :: écozone {f}
ecru {adj} (beige) SEE: beige  ::
ECSC {initialism} (European Coal and Steel Community)  :: CECA {f}
ecstasy {n} (drug)  :: ecstasy {m}, exta {m}
ecstasy {n} (intense emotion)  :: extase {f}
ecstasy {n} (intense pleasure)  :: extase {f}
ecstasy {n} (trance associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation)  :: extase {f}
ecstatic {adj} (feeling or characterized by ecstasy)  :: extatique
ectoblast {n} (the outer layer of the blastoderm; the ectoderm or epiblast)  :: ectoblaste {m}
ectoderm {n} (tissue layer in the embryo)  :: ectoderme {m}
ectopic pregnancy {n} (type of pregnancy)  :: grossesse extra-utérine {f}
ectoplasm {n} /ˈɛktəˌplæzəm/ (parapsychology: visible substance believed to emanate from spiritualistic mediums)  :: ectoplasme
ectoproct {n} (a microscopic sessile moss-like aquatic animal)  :: ectoprocte
ectothermic {adj} (of or relating to ectotherm)  :: poïkilotherme, à sang froid
ecu {n} (European Currency Unit)  :: écu {m}
Ecuador {prop} /ˈɛk.wə.dɔɹ/ (country in South America)  :: Équateur {m}
Ecuadorian {n} (person from Ecuador)  :: Équatorien {m}, Équatorienne {f}
ecumenic {adj} /iːkjuːˈmɛnɪk/ (ecumenical) SEE: ecumenical  ::
ecumenical {adj} /ˌɛk.jʊˈmɛ.nɪ.kəl/ (ecclesiastical: pertaining to the Christian Church in a worldwide sense)  :: œcuménique
ecumenical {adj} (general, universal, worldwide)  :: œcuménique
ecumenism {n} (philosophy)  :: œcuménisme
ecumenopolis {n} /ˌɛkjuːmɛˈnɒpəlɪs/ (planet-wide city)  :: œcumenopolis {f}
eczema {n} /ˈɛɡzɪmə/ (acute or chronic inflammation of the skin)  :: eczéma {m}
Edam cheese {prop} (type of cheese)  :: édam {m}
edaphic {adj} (of or relating to soil)  :: édaphique
eddy {n} /ˈɛd.i/ (air or water running in an opposite direction to the main current)  :: contre-courant
edelweiss {n} (a European perennial alpine plant)  :: edelweiss {m}
edema {n} /ɪ.ˈdiː.mə/ (excessive accumulation of serum in tissue)  :: œdème {m}
Eden {prop} /ˈiːdən/ (garden)  :: Éden {m}
Edenic {n} (of or suggesting Eden)  :: paradisiaque,édénique,
edentate {adj} (toothless) SEE: toothless  ::
edentulism {n} (toothlessness) SEE: toothlessness  ::
edentulous {adj} /iˈdɛnt.jʊ.ləs/ (toothless) SEE: toothless  ::
Edgar {prop} /ˈɛdɡɚ/ (male given name)  :: Edgar {m}
edge {n} (any sharp terminating border; a margin; a brink; extreme verge)  :: bord {m}
edge {n} /ɛdʒ/ (boundary line of a surface)  :: bord {m}
edge {n} (joining line between two vertices of a polygon)  :: côté {m}
edge {n} (place where two faces of a polyhedron meet)  :: arête {f}
edge {n} (thin cutting side of the blade of an instrument)  :: carre {f}
edgy {adj} /ˈɛdʒi/ (nervous)  :: nerveux, anxieux, à cran
edgy {adj} (on the edge between acceptable and offensive)  :: limite
edible {adj} /ˈɛd.ə.bəl/ (that can be eaten without harm; suitable for consumption)  :: comestible
edict {n} /ˈiː.dɪkt/ (a proclamation of law)  :: édit {m}
e-dictionary {n} (electronic dictionary)  :: dictionnaire électronique {m}
edification {n} (building)  :: édification {f}
edification {n} /ˌɛdɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/ (the act of edifying, or the state of being edified)  :: édification {f}
edifice {n} /ˈɛd.ɪ.fɪs/ (building)  :: édifice {m}
edify {v} /ˈɛdɪfaɪ/ (To instruct or improve morally or intellectually)  :: édifier
Edinburgh {prop} /ˈɛdənbəɹə/ (capital of Scotland)  :: Édimbourg
edit {n} /ˈɛdɪt/ (a change to the text of a document)  :: modification {f}, correction {f}
edit {v} (to change a text, or a document)  :: modifier, corriger, rediger, éditer
editable {adj} (capable of being edited)  :: modifiable
Edith {prop} (female given name)  :: Édith
editing {n} /ˈɛdɪtɪŋ/ (an act or instance of something being edited)  :: rédaction {f}
edition {n} /ɪˈdɪʃən/ (literary work)  :: édition {f}
edition {n} (whole set of copies)  :: édition {f}
editor {n} /ˈɛd.ɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (person who edits)  :: rédacteur {m}
editor {n} (machine for editing film)  :: monteuse {m}
editor {n} (newspaper editor)  :: éditeur {m}
editor {n} (person who edited a specific document)  :: lecteur-correcteur {m}, correcteur {m}, (Canada) réviseur {m}
editor {n} (someone who manipulates video footage and assembles it into the correct order)  :: monteur {m}
editorial {adj} (of or relating to an editor, editing, or an editorial)  :: éditorial
editorial {n} (article giving the opinion of editors)  :: éditorial {m}
editorial cartoon {n} (illustration containing social or political commentary)  :: dessin de presse {m}
editor in chief {n} (highest ranking editor)  :: rédacteur en chef {m}, rédactrice en chef {f}
edit war {n} (a dispute over the content of a page on a wiki or other editable work)  :: guerre d'édition {f}
Edmonton {prop} (city in Canada)  :: Edmonton
Edmund {prop} (male given name)  :: Edmond
Edo {prop} /ˈɛdəʊ/ (former name of Tokyo)  :: Yédo {m}, Edo {m}
Edom {prop} /ˈidəm/ (region whose inhabitants traditionally traced their ancestry to Esa)  :: Idumée
e-dress {n} (e-mail address) SEE: e-mail address  ::
EDT {initialism} (Eastern Daylight Time)  :: heure d'été de New-York
educable {adj} (capable of being educated)  :: éducable
educate {v} /ˈɛdʒəkeɪt/ (to instruct or train)  :: éduquer
educated {adj} /ˈɛdʒɘkeɪɾɪd/ (having attained a level of higher education)  :: cultivé
educated guess {n} (guess based on experience or knowledge)  :: supposition éclairée {f}, supposition bien informée|f}}, hypothèse raisonnée, hypothèse raisonnable {f}, hypothèse bien fondée {f}, à vue de nez, au pifomètre, estimation éclairée {f}, jugement approximatif {m}, approximation {f}, speculation bien informée {f}, hypothèse éclairée {f}
educatee {n} (someone who is being educated)  :: élève
education {n} /ˌɛdʒʊˈkeɪʃn/ (process or art of imparting knowledge, skill and judgment)  :: éducation {f}, enseignement
education {n} (facts, skills and ideas that have been learned, either formally or informally)  :: éducation {f}
educational {adj} /ˌɛdʒʊˈkeɪʃənəl/ (Of or pertaining to education)  :: éducatif
educative {adj} (educational)  :: éducatif {m}, éducative {f}
educator {n} /ˈɛdʒəkeɪtɚ/ (teacher) SEE: teacher  ::
educology {n} (the fund of knowledge about the educational process)  :: éducologie {f}
edulcorate {v} (to sweeten)  :: édulcorer
Edward {prop} /ˈɛdwɚd/ (male given name)  :: Édouard
Edwardian {adj} (relating to the reign of Edward VII)  :: édouardien
-ee {suffix} (forming words meaning a person to whom or a thing to which an action is done)  :: {m}, -ée {f}
-ee {suffix} (forming words meaning a person who or a thing that does an action, especially where a passive sense of the verb is implied)  :: -eur {m}, -euse {f}
EEA {initialism} (European Economic Area)  :: EEE
eek {interj} /iːk/ (scream or shriek)  :: hiii
eel {n} (Anguilla anguilla) SEE: European eel  ::
eel {n} /iːl/ (any fish of the order Anguilliformes)  :: anguille {f}
eelgrass {n}  :: zostère marine
eelworm {n} (a nematode, or roundworm, especially any that resemble small eels)  :: anguillule {f}
eeny, meeny, miny, moe {n} (similar children's counting-out games in other languages)  :: ams tram gram
eerie {adj} /ˈɪəɹi/ (weird)  :: étrange {m} {f}, sinistre
eerie {adj} (fearful)  :: craintif {m}, timide {m} {f}, peureux {m}
eerily {adv} /ˈɪəɹɪli/ (In an eerie manner)  :: étrangement, sinistrement
ef {n} /ɛf/ (name of the letter F, f)  :: effe {m} {f}
efface {v} (cause to disappear as if by rubbing out)  :: effacer
efface {v} /əˈfeɪs/ (to erase)  :: effacer
efface {v} (make oneself inobtrusive)  :: s'effacer
effacement {n} (withdraw in order to make oneself inconspicuous)  :: effacement {m}
effect {n} (belongings)  :: effets {m-p}
effect {n} /ɪˈfɛkt/ (result of an action)  :: effet
effect {n} (movie and television industries term)  :: effet
effect {n} (scientific phenomenon)  :: effet {m}
effect {v} (to make or bring about; to implement)  :: effectuer
effecter {n} (effector) SEE: effector  ::
effective {adj} (actually in effect)  :: en vigueur
effective {adj} /əˈfɛktɪv/ (having the power to produce a required effect or effects)  :: efficace {m} {f}
effective {adj} (efficient, serviceable, or operative)  :: efficace {m} {f}
effective {adj} (producing a decided or decisive effect)  :: efficace {m} {f}, décisif {m}
effectively {adv} (in an efficient or effective manner; with powerful effect)  :: efficacement
effectiveness {n} (property)  :: efficacité
effect size {n} (a measure of the strength or magnitude of the effect)  :: taille d'effet {f}
effeminacy {n} (the quality of being effeminate)  :: efféminement {m}
effeminate {adj} /ɪˈfɛmɪnət/ (of a man, behaving like a woman)  :: efféminé {m}, efféminée {f}
effendi {n} /ɛˈfɛndi/ (title of respect)  :: effendi {m}
efferent {adj} (carrying away from)  :: efférent
effervescence {n} (the escape of gas from solution in a liquid)  :: effervescence {f}
effete {adj} (decadent)  :: décadent
effete {adj} /ɪˈfit/ (lacking strength)  :: affaibli
efficacious {adj} (effective)  :: efficace {m} {f}
efficacity {n} (efficacy) SEE: efficacy  ::
efficacy {n} /ˈɛf.ɪ.kə.si/ (ability to produce effect)  :: efficience {f}, efficacité {f}
efficiency {n} (extent to which a resource is used for the intended purpose)  :: rendement
efficiency {n} (extent to which time is well used)  :: efficacité
efficiency {n}  :: rendement
efficient {adj} /əˈfɪʃənt/ (making good use of resources)  :: efficace
efficient {adj} (using a particular proportion of available energy)  :: efficace
efficiently {adv} (in an efficient manner)  :: efficacement
effigy {n} /ˈɛfədʒi/ (dummy or other crude representation)  :: effigie {f}
effigy {n} (likeness of a person)  :: effigie {f}
efflorescence {n} (eruption on the skin)  :: efflorescence, irruption {f}
efflorescence {n} (formation of a powdery surface)  :: efflorescence
efflorescence {n} (production of flowers)  :: efflorescence
efflorescence {n} (rapid flowering of a culture)  :: efflorescence
efflower {v} /ɛˈflaʊɚ/ (leatherworking: remove an outer surface with a knife) SEE: graze  ::
effluence {n} /ˈɛfːluəns/ (process of flowing out)  :: effluence {f}
effluvium {n} /ɪˈfluːvi.əm/ (A gaseous or vaporous emission, especially a foul-smelling one)  :: effluvium
effort {n} /ˈɛfɚt/ (the amount of work involved in achieving something)  :: effort
effort {n} (endeavour) SEE: endeavour  ::
effortless {adj} (without effort)  :: sans effort, aisé {m}, aisée {f}
effrontery {n} /ɪˈfɹʌntəɹi/ (insolent and shameless audacity)  :: effronterie {f}
effusion {n} (outpouring of liquid)  :: effusion {f}
effusion {n} (outpouring of speech or emotion)  :: effusion {f}
effusion {n} (seeping of fluid into a body cavity)  :: effusion {f}
effusive {adj} /ɪˈfjuːsɪv/ (extravagant or excessive)  :: excessif
E-flat {n} (E-flat major)  :: mi bémol {m}
E-flat {n} (mechanism for producing an E-flat)  :: mi bémol {m}
E-flat {n} (tone between D and E)  :: mi bémol {m}
E flat major {n} (Major chord of E-flat)  :: mi bémol majeur
E flat major {n} (Major scale of E-flat)  :: mi bémol majeur
eftsoons {adv} (soon after)  :: bientôt
e.g. {adv} /ˌiˈdʒi/ (abbreviation for “for example”)  :: par ex. [[[par exemple]]]
egalitarian {adj} /ɪˌɡæl.ɪˈtɛɹ.i.ən/ (characterized by social equality and equal rights for all people)  :: égalitaire
egalitarian {n} (person who accepts or promotes social equality and equal rights for all people)  :: égalitaire
egalitarianism {n} (political doctrine of universal equality)  :: égalitarisme {m}
egg {n} /ɛɡ/ (body housing an embryo)  :: œuf {m}
egg {n} (egg of domestic fowl as food item)  :: œuf {m}
egg {n} (ovum)  :: ovule {m}
egg {v} (to throw eggs at)  :: jeter des oeufs
eggbeater {n} (eggwhisk) SEE: eggwhisk  ::
egg cell {n} (ovum) SEE: ovum  ::
eggcup {n} (a small dish used to support a boiled egg while it is eaten)  :: coquetier {m}
egghead {n}  :: crâne d'œuf {m}
egghead {n} (pejorative: intellectual)  :: intello
eggnog {n} /ˈɛɡ.nɑɡ/ (alcoholic beverage)  :: lait de poule {m}
egg on {v} (provoke)  :: pousser à
eggplant {n} (edible fruit)  :: aubergine {f}
eggplant {n} (plant)  :: aubergine {f}
egg roll {n} (a food made made by wrapping a combination of ingredients)  :: pâté impérial {m}
eggs and bacon {n} (bacon and eggs) SEE: bacon and eggs  ::
eggshell {n} /ˈɛɡʃɛl/ (object)  :: coquille d'œuf {f}
egg timer {n} (timer with an alarm)  :: [with sand] sablier {m}, [mechanical] minuteur {m}
egg white {n} (albumen) SEE: albumen  ::
egg yolk {n} (central part of an egg) SEE: yolk  ::
eglantine {n} (rose)  :: églantine {f}
ego {n} /ˈiːɡəʊ/ (the self)  :: moi {m}
ego {n} (psychoanalytic ego)  :: moi {m}
egocentric {adj} (egotistical)  :: égocentrique
egoism {n} (tendency to think of self)  :: égoïsme {m}
egoist {n} (advocate of egoism)  :: égoïste {m} {f}
egoist {n} (person who talks excessively about himself or believes in his own importance or superiority) SEE: egotist  ::
egoistic {adj} (egoistical) SEE: egoistical  ::
egotist {n} (egocentric or self-centered person) SEE: egoist  ::
egotist {n}  :: égoïste
egotistic {adj} (egotistical) SEE: egotistical  ::
egotistical {adj} (egoistical) SEE: egoistical  ::
egregious {adj} /ɪˈɡɹiː.dʒəs/ (Exceptional, conspicuous, outstanding, most usually in a negative fashion)  :: flagrant, inouï
egregor {n} /əˈɡɹɛɡɚ/ (psychic entity influencing thoughts)  :: égrégore {m}
egregore {n} /əˈɡɹɛɡɚ/ (psychic entity influencing thoughts)  :: égrégore {m}
egress {n} /ˈiːɡɹɛs/ (exit) SEE: exit  ::
egress {n} (process of exiting)  :: sortie {f}
egret {n} /ˈi.ɡɹɪt/ (Any of various wading birds of the genera Egretta or Ardea)  :: aigrette {f}
Egypt {prop} /ˈiː.dʒɪpt/ (country in North Africa)  :: Égypte {f}
Egyptiac {adj} (of or relating to Ancient Egypt)  :: Egyptiaque
Egyptian {adj} /ɪˈdʒɪp.ʃən/ (of, from, or pertaining to Egypt)  :: égyptien {m}, égyptienne {f}
Egyptian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Egyptians)  :: égyptien {m}, égyptienne {f}
Egyptian {n} (person from Egypt)  :: Égyptien, Égyptienne, Egyptien {m}, Egyptienne
Egyptian {prop} (language)  :: égyptien {m}
Egyptian Arabic {prop} (Egyptian Arabic)  :: arabe égyptien {m}
Egyptian cobra {n} (Naja haje)  :: cobra égyptien {m}
Egyptian pyramid {n} (pyramidal tomb of ancient Egypt)  :: pyramide d'Égypte {f}
Egyptologist {n} (A person; one who is skilled professes or practices Egyptology)  :: égyptologue {m} {f}
egyptology {n} (Egyptology) SEE: Egyptology  ::
Egyptology {n} /ˌidʒɪpˈtɑlədʒi/ (the study of ancient Egypt)  :: égyptologie {f}
eh {interj} ((Canadian) an interjection used to ascertain the continued attention)  :: hein
eh {interj} /eɪ/ (used as a tag question)  :: hein, tu sais, n'est-ce pas
eh {interj} (used to mean “What?”)  :: hein
eicosanoid {n}  :: eicosanoïde {m}
Eid {prop} /iːd/ (Muslim religious festival)  :: Aïd
Eid al-Adha {prop} (Islamic festival)  :: Aïd el-Kebir {m}, Aīd al-Kabīr {m}
Eid al-Fitr {prop} /ˌiːd æl ˈfiːtəɹ/ (religious celebration)  :: Aïd el-Fitr {m}
eider {n} /ˈaɪdə/ (duck of genus Somateria)  :: eider {m}
eiderdown {n} (a quilt stuffed with this down)  :: édredon {m}
eid mubarak {phrase} (eid mubarak)  :: eid mubarak, aïd moubarak
Eifelian {prop}  :: Eifelien
Eiffel Tower {prop} (tower in Paris)  :: tour Eiffel {f}
eigen- {prefix}  :: propre
eigenfunction {n} (function)  :: fonction propre {f}
eigenmode {n} (physics)  :: mode propre {m}
eigenspace {n} (set of the eigenvectors associated with a particular eigenvalue)  :: espace propre {m}
eigenvalue {n} /ˈaɪɡənˌvæljuː/ (change in magnitude of an eigenvector)  :: valeur propre {f}
eigenvector {n} (vector not rotated by linear transformation)  :: vecteur propre {m}
eight {n} (Playing card with value 8)  :: huit {m}
eight {n} (The digit/figure 8)  :: huit {m}
eight {num} /eɪt/ (cardinal number 8)  :: huit
eighteen {num} /ˈeɪ.tiːn/ (cardinal number)  :: dix-huit {m}
eighteenth {adj} /ˌeɪˈtiːnθ/ (the ordinal form of the number eighteen)  :: dix-huitième (before the noun) (abbreviation 18ème); (in names of monarchs and popes) dix-huit (after the name) (abbreviation XVIII)
eighteenth {n} (One of eighteen equal parts of a whole)  :: dix-huitième {m}
eighteenth {n} (The person or thing in the eighteenth position)  :: dix-huitième {m} {f}
eighth {adj} /eɪtθ/ (ordinal form of the number eight)  :: huitième (before the noun) (abbreviation 8e); (in names of monarchs and popes) huit (after the name) (abbreviation VIII)
eighth {n} (one of eight equal parts of a whole)  :: huitième {m}
eighth {n} (person or thing in the eighth position)  :: huitième {m} {f}
eighth note {n} (eighth note) SEE: quaver  ::
eighties {n} (the decade of the 1980s)  :: années quatre-vingt {f-p}, années 80 {f-p}
eightieth {adj} /ˈeɪ.ti.əθ/ (ordinal form of the number eighty)  :: [France, Quebec, Belgium, Luxembourg] quatre-vingtième, [Switzerland] huitantième (abbreviation 80ème)
eightieth {n} (One of eighty equal parts of a whole)  :: [France, Quebec, Belgium, Luxembourg] quatre-vingtième {m}; [Switzerland] huitantième {m}
eightieth {n} (The person or thing in the eightieth position)  :: [France, Quebec, Belgium, Luxembourg] quatre-vingtième {m} {f}; [Switzerland] huitantième {m} {f}
eight o'clock {n} (the start of the ninth hour)  :: huit heures {f}
eight thousand {n} (cardinal number)  :: huit mille
eighty {num} (80)  :: [All French-speaking countries except part of Switzerland and Acadia] quatre-vingts; [former word, Switzerland] octante; [part of Switzerland] huitante
eighty {num} /ˈ(ʔ)eɪ̯ɾi/ (80)  ::
eighty-eight {num} (88)  :: quatre-vingt-huit
eighty-first {n} (one of eighty-one equal parts of a whole)  :: quatre-vingt-et-unième {m}
eighty-first {num} (ordinal number 81st)  :: quatre-vingt-et-unième (abbreviation 81ème)
eighty-four {num} (84)  :: quatre-vingt-quatre
eighty-nine {num} (89)  :: quatre-vingt-neuf, huitante-neuf [Switzerland]
eighty-one {num} (81)  :: quatre-vingt-un
eighty-seven {num} (87)  :: quatre-vingt-sept
eighty-six {num} (cardinal number 86)  :: quatre-vingt-six
eightysomething {n} (octogenarian) SEE: octogenarian  ::
eighty-three {num} (83)  :: quatre-vingt-trois
eighty-two {num} (82)  :: quatre-vingts deux
Einstein {prop} /ˈaɪnstaɪn/ (Albert Einstein)  :: Einstein
Einstein field equation {n} (tensor equation in general relativity that describes gravitational force as curvature)  :: Équation de champ d'Einstein
Einsteinian {adj} (relative to Einstein)  :: einsteinien
einsteinium {n} /aɪnˈstaɪni.əm/ (element with atomic number 99)  :: einsteinium {m}
Einstein's constant {prop} (constant)  :: constante d'Einstein {f}
either {adv} ((after a negative) as well)  :: non plus
either {conj} (Introduces the first of two options)  :: ou, soit
either {determiner} /ˈaɪð.ə(ɹ)/ (each of two)  :: chaque
either {determiner} (one or the other)  :: l'un ou l'autre {m}, l'une ou l'autre {f} [for two feminine nouns], ou
ejaculate {n} (the liquid ejected during ejaculation)  :: éjaculation {f}
ejaculate {v} /ɪˈdʒæk.jʊ.leɪt/ (to eject semen or vaginal fluid)  :: éjaculer
ejaculation {n} /iˌdʒækjuˈleɪʃən/ (ejection of semen through the urethra)  :: éjaculation {f}
ejaculatory {adj} /ɪ.ˈdʒæ.kjə.lə.ˌtɔɹ.i/ (of or pertaining to ejaculation)  :: éjaculateur
eject {v} /ɪˈdʒɛkt/ (to compel to leave)  :: éjecter, expulser
eject {v} (to throw out forcefully)  :: éjecter, expulser
ejecta {n} (material which has been ejected, especially from a volcano)  :: éjecta {m}
ejectable {adj} (able to be ejected)  :: éjectable
ejection {n} /əˈdʒɛkʃən/ (act of ejecting)  :: éjection {f}
eke out {v} (obtain with difficulty)  :: survivre, rammasser
eke out {v} (supplement)  :: améliorer
ekranoplan {n} (ground-effect vehicle)  :: ékranoplane
el {n} /ɛl/ (name of the letter L, l)  :: elle {m}
El Aaiún {prop} (El Aaiún, Western Sahara)  :: Laâyoune
elaborate {v} /ɪˈlæbəɹət/ (to give further detail or explanation)  :: approfondir
elaborated sap {n} (sap produced in leaves)  :: sève élaborée {f}
Elamite {n} (an inhabitant of ancient Elam)  :: Élamite
eland {n} /ˈiːlənd/ (antelope)  :: éland {m}
elapse {v} ((of time) to pass or move by)  :: se passer, s'écouler
elastic {adj} (elasticated) SEE: elasticated  ::
elastic {adj} /iˈlæstɪk/ (capable of stretching)  :: élastique {m} {f}
elastic {adj} (made of elastic)  :: élastique {m} {f}
elastic {adj} (sensitive to changes in price)  :: élastique {m} {f}
elastic {n} (elastic band) SEE: elastic band  ::
elastic {n} (material)  :: élastique {m}
elasticated {adj} (containing a strip of elastic)  :: élastiqué {m}, élastiquée {f}
elastic band {n} (loop of rubber or similar material)  :: élastique {m}, bande élastique {f}
elasticity {n} (adaptability) SEE: adaptability  ::
elasticity {n} (economics: sensitivity of a variable to changes in another variable)  :: élasticité
elasticity {n} /ɪ.læsˈtɪs.ɪ.ti/ (physics: property by which a material can regain its original dimensions)  :: élasticité {f}
elated {adj} (extremely happy and excited)  :: transporté (e) de joie
elation {n}  :: allégresse {f}, exaltation {f}
elation {n} (An exhilarating psychological state of pride and optimism)  :: élation {f}
elative {n} (elative case of a noun)  :: élatif {m}
elative {n} /ɪˈleɪtɪv/ (elative degree of an adjective)  :: élatif
elative case {n} (case used to indicate movement out of something)  :: élatif {m}
Elbe {prop} /ˈɛlbə/ (European river)  :: Elbe {f}
elbow {n} /ˈɛl.boʊ/ (joint between upper arm and forearm)  :: coude {m}
elbow {n} (pipe fitting)  :: coude {m}
elbow {v} (to push with the elbow)  :: jouer des coudes
elbow bone {n} (olecranon) SEE: olecranon  ::
elbow bone {n} (ulna) SEE: ulna  ::
elbow grease {n} (effort or hard work)  :: huile de coude {f}
elbow room {n} (freedom or leeway)  :: liberté d'action {f}, marge de manœuvre {f}
elbow room {n} (room or space in which to move or maneuver)  :: place {f}, espace {m}
Elbrus {prop} (mountain)  :: Elbrouz {m}
ELCIC {prop} /ˌiːˌɛlˌsiːˌaɪˈsiː/ (Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada)  :: Église évangélique luthérienne au Canada {f}
elder {adj} /ˈɛldɚ/ (greater than another in age or seniority)  :: aîné
elder {n} (elderly person)  :: grans {m} (plural)
elder {n} (leader of a community)  :: ancien {m}
elder {n} (Sambucus nigra)  :: sureau {m}
elder {n} (Sambucus)  :: sureau {m}
elder {n}  :: sureau {m}
elderberry {n} (elder tree) SEE: elder  ::
elderberry {n} (fruit)  :: baie de sureau {f}
elder brother {n} (a sibling's older brother)  :: frère aîné {m}, grand frère {m}
eldercare {n} (care for the elderly)  :: soins aux personnes âgées {f-p}
elderly {adj} (old)  :: vieux, ancien, âgé
elderly care {n} (eldercare) SEE: eldercare  ::
elder sister {n} (a sibling's older sister)  :: sœur aînée {f}, grande sœur {f}
Eleanor {prop} (female given name)  :: Éléonore, Aliénor {f}
e-learning {n} (learning conducted via electronic media)  :: téléformation {f}, formation en ligne {f}, [Canada] e-learning {m}
elecampane {n} (Inula helenium)  :: aunée officinale {f}, grande aunée {f}, inule aunée {f}
elect {adj} (who has been elected)  :: élu
elect {v} /ɪˈlɛkt/ (to choose or make decision)  :: choisir, décider
elect {v} (to choose in election)  :: élire
elect {v} (to elect) SEE: choose  ::
election {n} (choice of a leader or representatives)  :: élection {f}
election {n} /ɪˈlekʃ(ə)n/ (process of choosing a new leader or representatives)  :: élection {f}
Election Day {prop} (Election Day) SEE: polling day  ::
elective {adj} (optional or discretionary)  :: facultatif {m}
elector {n} (in the Holy Roman Empire, a participant in the election of the emperor) SEE: Elector  ::
elector {n} (person eligible to vote)  :: électeur {m} votard {m} [pejorative]
Elector {n} (elector or prince-elector)  :: prince-électeur {m} (princesse-électrice {f} [Elector's wife])
electoral {adj} (of, or relating to elections)  :: électoral
electoral college {n} (body of electors empowered to elect someone to a particular office)  :: collège électoral {m}
electoral district {n} (district represented by one or more elected officials)  :: circonscription {f}
electoral fraud {n} (illegal interference with an election)  :: fraude electoral {f}
electoral system {n} (voting system) SEE: voting system  ::
electorate {n} (geographic area encompassing electoral district) SEE: electoral district  ::
electorate {n} (those entitled to vote collectively)  :: électorat {m}
Electra complex {n} (Psychoanalytical theory)  :: complexe d'Électre {m},
electric {adj} (electronic (musical instrument))  :: électrique
electric {adj} /ɪˈlɛktɹɪk/ (electrical)  :: électrique
electric {n} (electric car)  :: voiture électrique {f}
electrical {adj} /ɪˈlɛktɹɪkəl/ (related to electricity and electronics)  :: électrique
electrical engineering {n} (branch of engineering)  :: électrotechnique {f}, génie électrique {m}
electrically {adv} (by means of electricity)  :: électriquement
electric car {n} (a car that uses electric motors)  :: voiture électrique {f}
electric chair {n} (A device used for performing execution by electrocution)  :: chaise électrique {f}
electric charge {n} (electric energy of a charged body)  :: charge électrique {f}
electric charge {n} (electromagnetic state)  :: charge {f}, charge électrique {f}
electric circuit {n} (path or interconnected group of paths (at least one of which is closed) that can carry an electric current)  :: circuit électrique {m}
electric current {n} (measurement of the rate of flow of electric charge)  :: courant {m}, courant électrique {m}
electric fence {n} (electric fence)  :: électrificateur de clôture {m}, clôture électrique {f}
electric guitar {n} /ə.ˈlɛk.tɹɪk ɡɪ.ˈtɑːɹ/ (guitar which requires electronic amplification)  :: guitare électrique {f}
electric guitarist {n} (someone who plays or performs on the electric guitar)  :: guitariste électrique {m} {f}
electrician {n} (tradesman who works with electrical equipment)  :: électricien {m}, électricienne {f}
electricity {n} /əˌlɛkˈtɹɪsɪti/ (form of energy)  :: électricité {f}
electric ray {n} (fish of the order Torpedodiniformes)  :: torpille {f}, torpedo {m}
electric shock {n} (physical reaction)  :: choc électrique {m}, électrisation {f}
electric vehicle {n} (vehicle that uses an electric motor as the means of propulsion)  :: véhicule électrique {m}
electrification {n} (the act of electrifying, or the state of being charged with electricity)  :: électrification {f}
electro {n} (The musical genre)  :: electro {m}, électro {m}
electro- {prefix} (meaning electricity or electrical)  :: électro-
electroacoustics {n} (the science of the interaction and interconversion of electric and acoustic phenomena)  :: électroacoustique {f}
electrobiology {n} (study of the production of electricity by organisms)  :: électrobiologie
electrocardiogram {n} /əˌlɛktɹəˈkɑɹdi.əˌɡɹæm/ (trace of an electrocardiograph)  :: électrocardiogramme {m}
electrocardiography {n} (the science of preparation and diagnostic interpretation of electrocardiograms)  :: électrocardiographie {f}
electrocatalysis {n} (atalysis of a half cell reaction)  :: électrocatalyse {f}
electrocatalyst {n} (material that catalyzes a half cell reaction)  :: électrocatalyseur {m}
electrocatalytic {adj} (pertaining to electrocatalysis or an electrocatalyst)  :: électrocatalytique {m} {f}
electroconvulsive therapy {n} (biomedical therapy using electrical current)  :: électroconvulsivothérapie
electrocute {v} /ɪˈlektɹəkjuːt/ (to cause death from immediate complications resulting from electric shock)  :: électrocuter
electrocution {n} (accidental death or suicide by electric shock)  :: électrocution {f}
electrocution {n} (a severe electric shock)  :: électrocution {f}
electrocution {n} (deliberate execution by electric shock)  :: électrocution {f}
electrode {n} /əˈlɛk.tɹəʊd/ (the terminal through which electric current passes)  :: électrode {f}
electroencephalogram {n} (a recording of electrical brain activity made by an electroencephalograph)  :: électroencéphalogramme {m}
electroluminescence {n} (generation of light by application of an alternating current or by electric discharge)  :: électroluminescence {f}
electrolysis {n} (destruction of hair roots by electric current)  :: électrolyse {f}
electrolysis {n} /ɪlɛkˈtɹɒləsɪs/ (chemical change)  :: électrolyse {f}
electrolyte {n} (substance that ionizes and conducts electricity)  :: électrolyte {m}
electrolytic {adj} (relating to electrolysis)  :: électrolytique
electromagnet {n} (magnet)  :: électro-aimant {m}
electromagnetic {adj} (pertaining to electromagnetism)  :: électromagnétique {m} {f}
electromagnetic interaction {n} (electromagnetic interaction)  :: interaction électromagnétique {f}
electromagnetic wave {n} (electromagnetic radiation)  :: onde électromagnétique {f}
electromagnetism {n} /ɪˌlɛk.tɹəʊˈmæɡ.nəˌtɪzm̩/ (a fundamental force)  :: électromagnétisme {f}
electromechanical {adj} (combining the fields of mechanics and electronics)  :: électromécanique
electron {n} /ɪˈlɛktɹɑn/ (the negatively charged subatomic particles that orbit atoms)  :: électron {m}
electronarcosis {n} (process of rendering one unconscious)  :: électronarcose {f}
electronegativity {n} (degree of electron attraction)  :: électronégativité {f}
electronic {adj} /ˌɛl.ɛkˈtɹɒn.ɪk/ (pertaining to electrons)  :: électronique
electronic {adj} (generated by electronic device)  :: électronique {m} {f}
electronic {adj} (of or pertaining to the Internet)  :: électronique {m} {f}
electronic {adj} (operating on behavior of electrons)  :: électronique {m} {f}
electronic book {n} (e-book) SEE: e-book  ::
electronic cigarette {n} /ɪˌlɛkˈtʃɹɑːnɪk ˈsɪɡɚˌɛt/ (electronic cigarette)  :: cigarette électronique {f}, e-cigarette {f}
electronic game {n} (game played on an electronic device)  :: jeu électronique {m}
electronic mail {n} (e-mail) SEE: e-mail  ::
electronics {n} ((physics))  :: électronique {f}
electron microscope {n} (any of several forms of microscope that use a beam of electrons)  :: microscope électronique {m}
electron volt {n} (a unit for measuring the energy of subatomic particles)  :: électronvolt {m}, électron-volt {m}
electrophoresis {n} (method for separation of large molecules)  :: électrophorèse
electroscope {n} (device that detects the presence of an electric charge)  :: électroscope
electrosensibility {n}  :: électrosensiblité
electrosensible {n}  :: électrosensible
electrostatic {adj} (of, relating to, or producted by electrostatics or static electricity)  :: électrostatique
electrostatic precipitator {n} (particulate collection device)  :: électrofiltre {m}
electrostatics {n} (branch of physics)  :: électrostatique {f}
electroweak {adj} (combination of the electromagnetic and weak nuclear forces)  :: électrofaible
electrum {n} (alloy of gold and silver)  :: électrum {m}
electrum {n} /ɪˈlɛktɹəm/ (fossil resin) SEE: amber  ::
elegance {n}  :: élégance {f}
elegance {n} (grace, refinement, and beauty in movement, appearance, or manners)  :: élégance {f}, grâce {f}, finesse {f}
elegant {adj} /ɛl.ə.ɡənt/ (exhibiting elegance)  :: élégant
elegy {n} /ˈɛlɪdʒi/ (mournful or plaintive poem or song)  :: élégie {f}
element {n} (atmospheric forces)  :: élément {m}
element {n} (chemistry: simplest chemical substance)  :: élément {m}
element {n} (computing: conceptual object in a markup language)  :: élément {m}
element {n} /ˈel.ɪ.mənt/ (simplest or essential part or principle of anything)  :: élément
element {n} (law: component of a cause of action)  :: élément {m}
element {n} (place or state of being that an individual or object is better suited towards)  :: élément {m}
element {n} (set theory: object in a set)  :: membre {m}, point {m}
elemental {adj} (basic, fundamental, elementary) SEE: elementary  ::
elementary {adj} (relating to the basic, essential or fundamental part of something)  :: élémentaire
elementary charge {n}  :: charge élémentaire {f}
elementary particle {n} (subatomic particle that does not consist of smaller particles)  :: particule élémentaire {f}
elementary school {n} (school for children) SEE: primary school  ::
elephant {n} (anything huge and ponderous)  :: éléphantesque {m} {f}
elephant {n} /ˈɛləfənt/ (mammal)  :: éléphant {m}, éléphante {f}, éléphanteau {m}, [rare] éléphantelle {f}
elephantiasis {n} (disease)  :: éléphantiasis
elephantine {adj} /ɛl.ə.ˈfæn.tin/ (of or relating to elephants)  :: éléphantin
elephantine {adj} (very large)  :: éléphantesque
elephant in the room {n} (problem that is obvious but ignored)  :: l'éléphant dans la pièce
elephant seal {n} (mammal of the genus Mirounga)  :: éléphant de mer {m}
elevate {v} /ˈɛləveɪt/ (raise)  :: élever
elevate {v} (ennoble) SEE: ennoble  ::
elevate {v} (increase the intensity of)  :: augmenter
elevate {v} (promote) SEE: promote  ::
elevated {adj} (Above normal)  :: élevé
elevating work platform {n} (aerial work platform) SEE: aerial work platform  ::
elevation {n} (condition of being elevated)  :: élévation {f}
elevation {n} /ˌɛlɪˈveɪʃən/ (act of raising)  :: élévation {f}
elevation {n} (that which is raised)  :: élévation {f}
elevator {n} /ˈɛl.ə.veɪ.tɚ/ (permanent construction) SEE: lift  ::
eleven {num} /ɪˈlɛv.ən/ (the cardinal number occurring after ten and before twelve)  :: onze
eleven hundred {num} (one thousand one hundred)  :: mille cent, onze cent
eleven o'clock {n} (the start of the twelfth hour)  :: onze heures {f}
eleventh {adj} /ɨˈlɛv.nθ/ (ordinal form of eleven)  :: onzième (before the noun) (abbreviation 11e); (in names of monarchs and popes) onze (after the name) (abbreviation XI)
eleventh {n} (one of eleven equal parts of a whole)  :: onzième {m}
eleventh {n} (something in the eleventh position)  :: onzième {m} {f}
eleventh hour {n} (The last minute)  :: à la dernière minute
eleventy {num} (one hundred and ten)  :: onzante {m} {f} [rare]
elf {n} /ɛlf/ (mythical, supernatural being)  :: elfe {m}, lutin {m}, farfadet {m}
elf {n} (very diminutive person) SEE: dwarf  ::
Elginism {n} /ˈɛlɡɪnɪzəm̩/ (cultural vandalism)  :: elginisme
Elias {prop} (male given name) SEE: Elijah  ::
elicit {v} (To draw out, bring out.)  :: causer, réaliser
elicit {v} (To use logic to arrive at truth.)  :: raisonner, déduire
elide {v} (to conflate)  :: amalgamer, confondre
elide {v} (to leave out or omit)  :: omettre
Eliezer {prop} (biblical character)  :: Éliézer {m}
eligibility {n} (quality of being eligible)  :: éligibilité {f}
eligible {adj} /ˈɛlɪdʒəb(ə)l/ (meeting the necessary requirements to participate; worthy of being chosen)  :: éligible, approprié
Elijah {prop} /ɨˈlaɪd͡ʒə/ (biblical prophet)  :: Élie
Elijah {prop} (male given name)  :: Élie
eliminate {v} (kill)  :: tuer
eliminate {v} /ɪˈlɪməneɪt/ (completely destroy)  :: éliminer
elimination {n} (act of eliminating, expelling or throwing off)  :: élimination {f}
eliminatory {adj} (tending to eliminate)  :: éliminatoire
Elisabeth {prop} (female given name) SEE: Elizabeth  ::
Elisha {prop} /ɨˈlaɪʃə/ (biblical prophet)  :: Élisée
Elisheba {prop} (biblical wife of Aaron)  :: Elichéba
elision {n} /ɪˈlɪʒ.n̩/ (the omission of a letter or syllable)  :: élision {f}
elite {adj} /ɪˈliːt/ (of high birth or social position)  :: élite, élitaire, d'élite
elite {n} (group with higher status)  :: élite {f}
elitism {n} (belief society should be run by elite)  :: élitisme
elixir {n} /ɪˈlɪksə/ (pharmacy: sweet taste-masking liquid)  :: élixir {m}
elixir of life {n} (elixir that brings immortality)  :: élixir de vie {m}
Elizabeth {prop} /əˈlɪzəbəθ/ (female given name)  :: Élisabeth
Elizabeth {prop} (mother of John the Baptist)  :: Élisabeth
Elizabeth {prop} (wife of Aaron) SEE: Elisheba  ::
Elizabethan {adj} /əˌlɪzəˈbiːθən/ (pertaining to the reign of Elizabeth I of England)  :: élisabéthain {m}, élisabéthaine {f}
Elizabethan collar {n} (protective medical device)  :: collerette vétérinaire {f}
elk {n} /ɛlk/ (moose) SEE: moose  ::
elk {n} (wapiti - Cervus canadensis) SEE: wapiti  ::
ell {n} /ɛl/ (measure of cloth)  :: aune {f}
ell {n} (extension of a building)  :: aile {f}
Elliott wave {n} (Elliott wave)  :: vague d'Elliott {f}
ellipse {n} /ɪˈlɪps/ (curve)  :: ellipse {f}
ellipsis {n} /ɪˈlɪpsɪs/ (mark used in printing to indicate an omission)  :: points de suspension {m}
ellipsis {n} (omission of grammatically required words that can be implied)  :: ellipse {f}
ellipsoid {adj} (shaped like an ellipse) SEE: elliptical  ::
ellipsoid {n} (surface all of whose cross sections are elliptic or circular)  :: ellipsoïde {m}
elliptic {adj} (relating to an ellipse or its mathematical definition)  :: elliptique
elliptical {adj} /ɪˈlɪp.tɪ.kəl/ (in shape reminding of an ellipse, oval)  :: elliptique
elliptical {adj} (showing ellipsis)  :: elliptique
elm {n} /ɛlm/ (tree of genus Ulmus)  :: orme {m}
El Niño {n} (a global coupled ocean-atmosphere phenomenon)  :: El Niño {m}
Eloise {prop} (female given name)  :: Éloïse, Héloïse
elongate {adj} (lengthened)  :: allongé
elongate {v} (to make long)  :: allonger
elongated {adj} (extensive in length)  :: élongé
elope {v} /ɨˈloʊp/ (to run away with a paramour)  :: s'enfuir
elope {v} (to run away from home)  :: fuguer
eloquence {n} /ˈɛləkwəns/ (the quality of artistry and persuasiveness in speech or writing)  :: éloquence {f}
eloquent {adj} (effective in expressing meaning)  :: éloquent
eloquent {adj} /ˈɛl.əˌkwənt/ (fluently persuasive and articulate)  :: éloquent
eloquent {adj}  :: éloquent
El Salvador {prop} /ɛl ˈsæl.və.dɔɹ/ (country in Central America)  :: Salvador {m}, El Salvador {m}
else {adj} /ɛls/ (other)  :: d'autre
else {adv} (word that implies any result with the exception of the one being referred to)  :: sinon, autrement
elsewhere {adv} /ˈɛlsˌʍɛːɹ/ (in or at some other place)  :: ailleurs
elsewhere {adv} (to some other place)  :: ailleurs
Elsinore {prop} (Danish city)  :: Elseneur
elucidate {v} /əˈluː.sɪ.de͡ɪt/ (make clear)  :: élucider, expliquer
elucidation {n} /ɪˌlu.sɪˈdeɪ.ʃən/ (A making clear; the act of elucidating or that which elucidates, as an explanation, an exposition, an illustration)  :: élucidation {f}
elusive {adj} /ɪˈluːsɪv/ (evading capture, comprehension or remembrance)  :: évasif
elute {v} /ˈi.luːt/ (to separate substances using a solvent)  :: éluer
elver {n} (a young eel)  :: anguille de verre {f}, civelle {f}, pibale {f}, bouiron
Elvira {prop} (female given name)  :: Elvire
elvish {adj} (of or having to do with elves)  :: elfique
Elvish {prop} /ˈɛlvɪʃ/ (language spoken by elves)  :: elfique
Elysian Fields {prop} (Elysium)  :: Champs-Élysées {m-p}
Elysium {prop} /ɪˈli.ʒi.əm/ (In mythology, the home of the blessed after death)  :: Élysée {m}
elytron {n} /ˈɛlɪtɹɒn/ (outer covering of insect)  :: élytre {m}
em {n} /ɛm/ (name of the letter M, m)  :: emme {m}
emaciate {v} ((intransitive) become extremely thin or wasted)  :: s'émacier, s'amaigrir
emaciate {v} ((transitive) make extremely thin or wasted)  :: amaigrir, émacier [rare]
emaciated {adj} /əˈmeɪsieɪtɪd/ (thin or haggard)  :: émacié
emaciation {n} (the act of making very lean)  :: émaciation {f}
emaciation {n} (the state of being emaciated)  :: émaciation {f}, émaciement {m} [rare]
email {n} (an email address)  :: adresse courriel {f}
e-mail {n} /ˈiːmeɪl/ (email) SEE: email  ::
email {n} /ˈiːmeɪl/ (system)  :: courrier électronique {m}, courriel {m}, email {m}
email {n} (message sent via email)  :: courriel {m}, courriels {m-p}, courrier électronique {m}, [colloquial] email {m}, e-mail {m}
e-mail {v} (email) SEE: email  ::
email {v} (intransitive: to send an email or emails)  :: envoyer un courriel, courrieller
email {v} (to send an email or emails to)  :: envoyer un courriel, courrieller
email {v} (to send via email)  :: envoyer par courriel, courrieller
email address {n} (e-mail address) SEE: e-mail address  ::
e-mail address {n} (unique identifier)  :: adresse de courrier électronique {f}, adresse e-mail
Emajõgi {prop} (river in Estonia)  :: Emajõgi
E major {n} (the major chord with a root of E)  :: mi majeur {m}
E major {n} (the major key with E as its tonic)  :: mi majeur {m}
emanate {v} (To come from a source)  :: émaner
emanation {n} /ˌɛməˈneɪʃən/ (act of flowing)  :: émanation {f}
emanation {n} (radon, see also: radon)  :: [obsolete] émanation {f}, radon {m}
emanation {n} (that which flows)  :: émanation {f}
emancipation {n} /ɨˈmænsɨˌpeɪʃnˌ/ (act of setting free from the power of another)  :: émancipation {f}
emasculate {adj} /ɪˈmæs.kjəˌleɪt/ (castrated, emasculated)  :: émasculé
emasculate {v} (to castrate)  :: émasculer
emasculation {n}  :: émasculation {f}
embalm {v} (to perfume)  :: embaumer
embalm {v} (to treat a corpse in order to prevent decomposition)  :: embaumer
embankment {n} (artificial mound of earth and stone)  :: chaussée {f}, talus {m}
embarcadère {n} (a pier, a wharf)  :: embarcadère {m}
embarge {n} (embargo) SEE: embargo  ::
embarge {v}  :: embarquer, monter
embarge {v} /əmˈbɑɹdʒ/ (to put in a barge)  :: embarquer
embarge {v} (to board a barge)  :: embarquer
embargo {n} (a ban on trade with another country)  :: embargo {m}
embargo {n} /ɪmˈbɑɹɡoʊ/ (an order by the government prohibiting ships from leaving port)  :: embargo {m}
embarkation {n} (embarking)  :: embarquement {m}
embarrass {v} /ɪmˈbæ.ɹəs/ (to humiliate; to disrupt somebody's composure or comfort with acting publicly or freely)  :: embarrasser, gêner
embarrassed {adj} /ɪmˈbæɹ.əst/ (Having a feeling of shameful discomfort)  :: embarrassé, gêné
embarrassing {adj} (causing embarrassment)  :: embarrassant {m}, embarrassante {f}, gênant {m}, gênante {f}
embarrassment {n} /ɪmˈbæɹəsmənt/ (state of discomfort)  :: embarras {m}
embarrassment {n} (person whose actions cause humiliation)  :: (être la) honte (de) {f}
embarrassment {n} (state of confusion)  :: embarras {m}
embassy {n} /ˈɛmbəsi/ (organization representing a foreign state)  :: ambassade {f}
embattled {adj} /ɛmˈbæt.əld/ (subject to or troubled by battles, controversy or debates)  :: contesté, encerclé
embattled {adj} (having battlements or crenellations)  :: toujours en difficultés, crénaux d'une muraille
embattled {adj} (prepared or armed for battle)  :: armé, prêt pour la bataille
embed {v} /ɛmˈbɛd/ (lay as in a bed; lay in surrounding matter)  :: insérer, encastrer, incruster
embed {v} (mathematics; embed in)  :: plonger dans
embedded {adj} /ɪmˈbɛdɪd/ (part of; firmly, or securely surrounded; lodged solidly into)  :: imbriqué, incrusté, inclus
embedding {n} (in mathematics)  :: plongement {m}
embellish {v} /ɪmˈbɛlɪʃ/ (To make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate)  :: embellir
embellish {v} (To make something sound or look better or more acceptable than it is in reality, to distort)  :: embellir
ember {n} /ˈɛm.bɚ/ (glowing piece of coal or wood)  :: braise {f}, tison {m}, brandon {m}
embers {n} (remains of a fire)  :: braise {f}
embetterment {n} (improvement) SEE: improvement  ::
embezzle {v} /əmˈbɛzəl/ (to steal money that one has been trusted with)  :: divertir, détourner
embezzlement {n} (The fraudulent conversion of property from a property owner)  :: détournement {m}
embiggen {v} /ɛmˈbɪɡən/ (Make bigger)  :: accroître, agrandir, grandir
embiopteran {n} (insect)  :: embioptère {m}
emblem {n} /ˈɛmbləm/ (representative symbol)  :: emblème {m}
emblematic {adj} (serving as a symbol)  :: emblématique
embodiment {n} (entity typifying an abstraction)  :: incarnation {f}
embody {v} (include or represent, especially as part of a cohesive whole)  :: représenter
embody {v} (represent in a physical form; to incarnate or personify)  :: incarner, personnifier
embolden {v} /ɛmˈbəʊldən/ (To encourage, inspire, or motivate)  :: encourager,enhardir
embolism {n} (insertion of days into the calendar)  :: embolisme {m}
embolism {n} (obstruction or occlusion of an artery by an embolus)  :: embolie {f}
emboss {v} (to mark or decorate with a raised design or symbol)  :: estamper, gaufrer, bosseler
embrace {n} (hug)  :: accolade {f}, embrassement {m}, embrassade {f}, étreinte {f}
embrace {v} /ɪmˈbɹeɪs/ (to hug (a person))  :: étreindre, embrasser
embrace {v} ((metaphorical) to enfold or include (ideas, principles, etc))  :: embrasser
embrasure {n} (Any of the indentations between the merlons of a battlement)  :: embrasure {f}, ébrasure {f}
embrocation {n} (to rub oil or spirit etc. onto a diseased parts)  :: embrocation {f}
embroider {v} (to add imaginary detail to a narrative)  :: broder
embroider {v} (to stitch a decorative design on fabric with needle and thread)  :: broder
embroiderer {n} (person who embroiders)  :: brodeur {m}
embroideress {n} (female embroiderer)  :: brodeuse {f}
embroidery {n} (elaboration of an account with details)  :: broderie {f}
embroidery {n} (fabric)  :: broderie {f}
embroidery {n} /ɪmˈbɹɔɪdəɹi/ (ornamentation)  :: broderie {f}
embroil {v} /ɪmˈbɹɔɪl/ (to draw into a situation)  :: embourber
embryo {n} /ˈɛmbɹi.əʊ/ (fertilized egg before developing into a fetus)  :: embryon {m}
embryogenesis {n} (The process by which an embryo is formed and develops)  :: embryogenèse {f}
embryologic {adj} (embryologic) SEE: embryological  ::
embryologist {n} (expert or specialist in embryology)  :: embryologist {m} {f}, embryologue {m} {f}
embryology {n} (the scientific study of embryos)  :: embryologie {f}
embryonic {adj} /ˈɛm.bɹi.ɒn.ɪk/ (embryology: of or relating to an embryo)  :: embryonnaire
embryonic {adj} (figuratively: something, especially a project, that is very new and is still evolving)  :: embryonnaire
em dash {n} (typographical symbol '—')  :: tiret cadratin {m}
-eme {suffix} /-iːm/ (linguistic base unit)  :: -ème {m}
emerald {adj} (rich green colour)  :: émeraude
emerald {n} (colour)  :: émeraude {f}
emerald {n} (gemstone)  :: émeraude {f}
emerald ash borer {n} (Agrilus planipennis)  :: agrile du frêne
emerge {v}  :: émerger
emerge {v} /i.ˈmɚdʒ/ (to come into view)  :: émerger
emerge {v} (to come out of)  :: émerger, sortir
emergence {n} (The act of rising out of a fluid, or coming forth from envelopment or concealment, or of rising into view)  :: émergence {f}
emergence {n} (the arising of emergent structure in complex systems)  :: émergence {f}
emergency {n} (emergency department)  :: urgences {f-p}
emergency {n} /ɪˈmɝ.dʒən.si/ (situation requiring urgent assistance)  :: urgence {f}, crise {f}
emergency brake {n} (type of brake)  :: signal d'alarme {m}
emergency escape {n} (fire escape) SEE: fire escape  ::
emergency exit {n} (exit for evacuation)  :: sortie de secours {f}
emergency physician {n} (emergency physician)  :: médecin d’urgence {m}, urgentiste {m} {f}, médecin urgentiste {m}, urgentologue {m} {f} [[[Canadian French]]]
emergency room {n} (Hospital department primarily used for the treatment of the most serious, often life-threatening conditions)  :: salle d'urgences
emergency stairs {n} (fire escape) SEE: fire escape  ::
emerging {adj} (becoming prominent; newly formed; emergent; rising)  :: émergent
emeritus {adj} (retired but retaining an honorific version of previous title)  :: émérite
Emery {prop} (male given name)  :: Émeric, Aymeric
emetic {adj} /əˈmɛt.ɪk/ (causing nausea and vomiting)  :: émétique, vomitif
emetic {n} (an agent that induces vomiting)  :: émétique, vomitif
emetophilia {n} (sexual fetish)  :: émétophilie {f}
emigrate {v} (to leave one's country in order to reside elsewhere)  :: émigrer
emigration {n} (act of emigrating)  :: émigration {f}
Emil {prop} (male given name)  :: Émile
Emile {prop} (Emil) SEE: Emil  ::
Emilian {prop} (language)  :: émilien {m}
Emilia-Romagna {prop} (region of Italy)  :: Émilie-Romagne {f}
Emily {prop} (given name)  :: Émilie
eminent {adj} /ˈɛmɪnənt/ (remarkable, great)  :: remarquable
eminent {adj} (of a person: distinguished, noteworthy)  :: éminent
eminently {adv} /ˈɛmɪnəntli/ (in an eminent manner)  :: éminemment
eminently {adv} (to a great degree)  :: parfaitement, éminemment
E minor {n} (the minor chord with a root of E)  :: mi mineur {m}
E minor {n} (the minor key with E as its tonic)  :: mi mineur {m}
emir {n} (Islamic prince or leader)  :: émir {m}
emirate {n} /ˈeməɹət/ (country ruled by an emir)  :: émirat {m}
Emirati {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to United Arab Emirates)  :: émirati, émirien
Emirati {n} (a person from the United Arab Emirates)  :: Émirati, Émirien {m}
emissary {n} (an agent sent on a mission to represent the interests of someone else)  :: émissaire {m} {f}
emission {n} (act of sending or throwing out)  :: émission {f}
emission {n} /ɪˈmɪʃən/ (something that is emitted)  :: émission {f}
emissions trading {n} (carbon emissions trading) SEE: carbon emissions trading  ::
emit {v} /ɪˈmɪt/ (to send out or give off)  :: émettre
emitter {n} /əmɪtə/ (that which emits)  :: émetteur {m}
emitter {n} (terminal of a transistor)  :: émetteur {m}
Emma {prop} /ˈɛmə/ (female given name)  :: Emma
Emmanuel {prop} (figure whose birth is foretold) SEE: Immanuel  ::
Emmanuel {prop} (male given name)  :: Emmanuel
Emmanuel {prop} (this figure, regarded as Christ) SEE: Immanuel  ::
Emmeline {prop} (female given name)  :: Émeline
emmer {n} /ˈɛmɚ/ (Triticum dicoccum)  :: amidonnier {m}
emoji {n} /iˈmoʊdʒi/ (ideogrammatic icon)  :: emoji {m}
emollient {adj} (Soothing; mollifying)  :: lénifiant
emollient {n} /ɪˈmɑl.jənt/ (Something which softens or lubricates the skin)  :: émollient {m}
emolument {n} /ɪˈmɒljəmənt/ (Payment for an office or employment)  :: émolument {m}
emoticon {n} /əˈmoʊtəˌkɑn/ (representation of an emotion of the writer)  :: émoticône {m}, émoticone {m}, binette {f}, frimousse {f}
emotion {n} /ɪˈmoʊʃən/ (person's internal state of being)  :: émotion {f}
emotional {adj} (characterised by emotion)  :: émotionnel
emotional {adj} /ɪˈməʊʃənəl/ (of or relating to the emotions)  :: émotionnel
emotional blackmail {n} (psychological misuse of a person's emotions)  :: chantage affectif {m}
empathic {adj} (showing or expressing empathy)  :: empathique
empathic embarrassment {n} (embarrassment felt for someone else: vicarious embarrassment) SEE: vicarious embarrassment  ::
empathize {v} /ˈɛmpəˌθaɪz/ (to feel empathy for another person)  :: compatir, s'apitoyer
empathy {n} /ˈɛmpəθi/ (intellectual identification)  :: empathie {f}
Empedocles {prop} /ɛmˈpɛdəkliːz/ (philosopher)  :: Empédocle
emperor {n} /ˈɛmpəɹɚ/ (ruler of an empire)  :: empereur {m}
emperor penguin {n} (largest penguin)  :: manchot empereur {m}
emphasis {n} /ˈɛmfəsɪs/ (special weight or forcefulness given to something considered important)  :: accent {m}, emphase {f}
emphasis {n}  :: graisse {f}
emphasize {v} /ˈɛm.fə.saɪz/ (stress)  :: souligner
emphatic {adj} /ɪmˈfætɪk/ (characterized by emphasis)  :: emphatique {m} {f}
emphatic {adj} (of emphatic consonants)  :: emphatique {m} {f}
emphatic {adj} (stated with conviction)  :: emphatique {m} {f}
emphysema {n} /ˌɛmfɪˈsiːmə/ (abnormal accumulation of air in tissues)  :: emphysème {m}
emphysema {n} (pulmonary emphysema) SEE: pulmonary emphysema  ::
emphyteusis {n} (right)  :: emphytéose {f}
emphyteutic {adj} (pertaining to emphyteusis)  :: emphytéotique
empire {n} /ˈɛmpaɪə/ (political unit)  :: empire
empire {n}  :: empire {m}
empire {n} (state ruled by an emperor)  :: empire {m}
empiric {adj} (empiric) SEE: empirical  ::
empiric {n} (one guided by empiricism) SEE: empiricist  ::
empiric {n} (unqualified or dishonest practitioner) SEE: charlatan  ::
empirical {adj} /ɪmˈpɪɹɪkəl/ (pertaining to or based on experience)  :: empirique
empiricism {n} (philosophical theory)  :: empirisme {m}
empiricist {n} (an advocate or supporter of empiricism)  :: empiriste
employ {v} (employ, apply) SEE: use  ::
employ {v} /ɪmˈplɔɪ/ (to give someone work)  :: employer, embaucher, recruter
employability {n} /ɪmˌplɔɪəˈbɪləti/ (state of being employable)  :: employabilité {f}
employable {adj} (able to be employed)  :: employable
employee {n} /ɛmplɔɪˈiː/ (individual who provides labor to a company or another person)  :: employé {m}, employée {f}
employee benefit {n} (non-wage benefit) SEE: fringe benefit  ::
employer {n} (person or entity which employs others)  :: employeur {m}, employeuse {f}
employment {n} /ɪmˈplɔɪmənt/ (use, purpose)  :: emploi {m}
employment {n} (the act of employing)  :: emploi {m}
employment {n} (the state of being employed)  :: emploi {m}
employment {n} (the work or occupation for which one is paid)  :: travail {m}, emploi {m}
employment agency {n} (organisation that matches employers to employees)  :: agence pour l'emplo {f}
employment contract {n} (category of contract)  :: contrat de travail {m}
empower {v} (to give confidence and/or strength to)  :: encapaciter
empower {v} (to give permission to)  :: autoriser
empowerment {n} (granting of power)  :: autonomisation
empress {n} /ˈɛmpɹəs/ (female monarch of an empire)  :: impératrice {f}
emptiness {n}  :: néant
emptiness {n} (the state or feeling of being empty)  :: vide {m}, néant {m}, vacuité {f}
empty {adj} /ˈɛmpti/ (devoid of content)  :: vide
empty {n} (empty bottle)  :: cadavre {m}
empty {v} (to make empty)  :: vider
empty constructor {n} (constructor with no argument)  :: constructeur par défaut
empty-handed {adj} (having given or received nothing)  :: bredouille {m} {f}
empty-handed {adj} (having nothing to give)  :: les mains vides {p}
empty product {n} (result of multiplying no numbers)  :: produit vide {m}
empty set {n} (the unique set that contains no elements)  :: ensemble vide {m}
empty space {n} (vacuum) SEE: vacuum  ::
empty sum {n} (result of adding no numbers)  :: somme vide {f}
empty the tank {v} (make the utmost effort)  :: se donner à fond
empty vessels make the most sound {proverb} (proverb)  :: c'est pas parce-qu'on n'a rien à dire qu'il faut fermer sa gueule
empyema {n} (collection of pus)  :: empyème {m}
Emsian {prop}  :: Emsien
emu {n} /ˈiːmjuː/ (A large flightless bird, Dromaius novaehollandiae)  :: émeu {m}, émeus {m-p}
emulate {v} /ˈɛm.jə.leɪt/  :: émuler, imiter, copier, simuler
emulator {n}  :: émulateur
emulsion {n} (suspension of one liquid in another)  :: émulsion {f}
en {n} /ɛn/ (name of the letter N, n)  :: enne {m}
enable {v} /ɪˈneɪbəl/ (to make able)  :: autoriser, permettre
enable {v} (to activate a function of an electronical or mechanical device)  :: activer
enable {v} (to allow a way out or excuse for an action)  :: permettre
enact {v} (to act the part of; to play)  :: jouer
enact {v} (to make (a bill) into law)  :: promulguer
enamel {n} (coating that dries to a hard, glossy finish)  :: émail {m}
enamel {n} (covering on the tooth)  :: émail {m}
enamel {n}  :: émail {m}
enamel {n} /ɪˈnæməl/ (opaque, glassy coating baked onto metal or ceramic objects)  :: émail {m}, glaçure {f}
enamel {v} (to coat with enamel)  :: émailler
enameling {n} (the art of applying enamel)  :: émaillerie {f}
enantio- {prefix} /ɛnˈæntɪəʊ/ (opposite)  :: énantio-
enantiodromic {adj} (Relating to enantiodromia)  :: énantiodromique
enantiomer {n} (one of a pair of mirror-image stereoisomers)  :: énantiomère
enantiotropic {adj}  :: énantiotrope {m} {f}
enarthrosis {n} (a ball-and-socket joint)  :: énarthrose {f}
en bloc {adv} (as a whole)  :: en bloc
encampment {n} (campsite)  :: campement {m}
encampment {n} (temporary living quarters)  :: campement {m}
encapsulate {v} /ɪnˈkæps(j)ʊˌleɪt/ (to enclose as if in a capsule)  :: encapsuler
encapsulate {v} (object-oriented programming: To enclose objects in a common interface)  :: encapsuler
encapsulation {n} (act of enclosing in a capsule)  :: encapsulation
-ence {suffix} (-ance)  :: -ence, -ance
Enceladus {prop} /ɛnsɛlədəs/ (mythology)  :: Encelade {m}
Enceladus {prop} (moon of Saturn)  :: Encelade {m}
encephalitis {n} (inflammation of the brain)  :: encéphalite {f}
encephalo- {prefix} (pertaining to the brain)  :: encéphalo-
encephalon {n} /ɛnˈsɛfələn/ (brain)  :: encéphale {m}
encephalopathy {n} /ɛnˌsɛfəˈlɒpəθi/ (condition affecting the brain)  :: encéphalopathie
enchant {v} /ɛnˈtʃænt/ (to attract and delight)  :: enchanter
enchanted {adj} (under the influence of enchantment)  :: enchanté
enchanter {n} (A warlock or sorcerer)  :: enchanteur {m}, enchanteuse {f}
enchanting {adj} (having the ability to enchant)  :: enchanteur {m}, enchanteresse {f}
enchantment {n} (act, feeling of enchanting)  :: enchantement {m}, ensorcellement {m}
enchantress {n} (attractive woman skilled at using magic)  :: enchanteresse {f}
enchondroma {n} (a cartilage cyst found in the bone marrow)  :: enchondrome {m}
encircle {v} /ɛnˈsɜɹkəl/ (surround)  :: encercler {f}
enclitic {adj} /ɪnˈklɪtɪk/ (clitic which joins with the preceding word)  :: enclitique
enclosure {n} /ɛnˈkloʊʒəɹ/ (area partially or entirely enclosed by walls, fences or buildings)  :: enclos {m}
encode {v} (genetics)  :: encoder, coder
encoder {n} (a device to encode a signal)  :: encodeur
encoding {n} (character encoding (computing))  :: codage {m}
encompass {v} (encircle)  :: encercler
encompass {v} (include)  :: englober, inclure, comprendre, renfermer
encompass {v} (surround)  :: entourer
encore {n} (a call for a repeat performance)  :: bis {m}
encore {n} /ˈɑnkɔɹ/ (brief extra performance after the main performance is complete)  :: rappel {m}
encounter {n}  :: rencontre
encounter {n} (unplanned meeting)  :: rencontre {f}
encounter {v} (meet (someone) or find (something) unexpectedly)  :: rencontrer
encourage {v} /ɪnˈkɝɹɪdʒ/ (mentally support or motivate)  :: encourager
encourage {v} (spur on, recommend)  :: encourager
encouragement {n} /ɪnˈkʌɹɪdʒmənt]/ (the act of encouraging)  :: encouragement {m}
encouragement {n} (that which serves to incite, support, promote or advance, as favor, countenance, reward etc.)  :: encouragement {m}
encroach {n} /ɛnˈkɹəʊtʃ/ (encroachment) SEE: encroachment  ::
encrust {v} (To cover with a hard crust)  :: encroûter, encrouter
encrust {v} (To inset or affix decorative material)  :: incruster
encrypt {v} (to conceal information by means of a code or cipher)  :: coder, chiffrer, crypter
encrypted {adj} (that is in code)  :: chiffré
encryption {n} (process of obscuring information to make it unreadable without special knowledge, key files, and/or passwords)  :: chiffrement
encyclical {n} /ɛnˈsɪklɪkəl/ (papal letter delivered to Bishops)  :: encyclique {f}
encyclopaedia {n} (encyclopedia) SEE: encyclopedia  ::
encyclopedia {n} /ənˌsəɪ.kləˈpi.di.ə/ (comprehensive reference with articles on a range of topics)  :: encyclopédie {f}
encyclopedic {adj} (in lexicography)  :: encyclopédique
encyclopedic {adj} (of or relating to comprehensiveness and other characteristics of an encyclopedia)  :: encyclopédique
encyclopedic dictionary {n} (form of dictionary with long, detailed entries on words)  :: dictionnaire encyclopédique
end {n} /ɛnd/ (extreme part)  :: fin {f}, bout {m}, extrémité {f}
end {v} (ergative, intransitive: be finished, be terminated)  :: finir, terminer
end {v} (transitive: finish, terminate (something))  :: finir, terminer
endanger {v} /ənˈdeɪndʒɚ/ (to put someone or something in danger)  :: compromettre
endangered {adj} (in danger, at risk)  :: en danger
endangered species {n} (species which is in danger of becoming extinct)  :: espèce en danger {f}
en dash {n} (typographical symbol –)  :: tiret demi-cadratin {m}
endbrain {n} (telencephalon) SEE: telencephalon  ::
endearing {adj} (inspiring love)  :: attendrissant
endearment {n} (an expression of affection)  :: affection
endeavor {n} /ɛnˈdɛv.ɚ/ (a sincere attempt)  :: effort {m}
endeavor {n} (enterprise; assiduous or persistent activity)  :: effort {m}, entreprise {f}
endeavor {v} (attempt through application of effort)  :: tenter, s’efforcer, tâcher
endeavor {v} (to work with purpose)  :: se dévouer à quelque chose, tâcher
endectocide {n}  :: endectocide {m}
endemic {adj} /ɛnˈdɛm.ɪk/ (native to a particular area)  :: indigène
endemic {adj} (prevalent in a particular area)  :: endémique
endgame {n} (part of a chess game)  :: finale {f}
ending {n} /ˈɛndɪŋ/ (termination or conclusion)  :: fin {f}
ending {n} (grammar: last morpheme of a word) SEE: termination  ::
end in itself {n} (something without a purpose)  :: fin en soi {m}, raison d’être {f}
endive {n} /ˈɛndaɪv/ (salad vegetable)  :: laitue romaine {f}
endless {adj} (having no end)  :: infini, interminable, perpétuel
endless {adj}  :: infini
endlessly {adv} (in an endless manner)  :: indéfiniment
endling {n} (last individual)  :: dernier spécimen recensé {m}
endnote {n} (annotation placed at the end of a document)  :: note {f} en fin de chapitre / de texte / d’ouvrage
endocardium {n} (membrane that lines the interior of the heart)  :: endocarde {m}
endocarp {n} (inner layer of the pericarp)  :: endocarpe {m}
endocrine {adj} /ˈɛnd.oʊ.kɹɪn/ (producing internal secretions that are transported around the body by the bloodstream)  :: endocrine
endocrine system {n} (system of ductless glands)  :: système endocrinien {m}
endocrinologist {n} /ˈɛn.dəʊ.kɹɪnˌɒl.ə.dʒɪst/ (practitioner of endocrinology)  :: endocrinologue {m} {f}
endocrinology {n} (study of the endocrine glands)  :: endocrinologie {f}
endodermic {adj} (of or relating to the endoderm; endodermal)  :: endodermique
end of the world {n} (End of the planet Earth)  :: fin du monde {m}
end of the world {n}  :: la fin du monde {f}
endogamous {adj} (of a marriage, within a social group)  :: endogamique, endogame
endogamy {n} /ɛnˈdɒɡəmi/ (the practice of marrying within one's own social group)  :: endogamie {f}
endogeneity {n} (state)  :: endogénéité {f}
endogenous {adj} /ɨnˈdɑdʒənəs/ (produced, originating or growing from within)  :: endogène
endogenous {adj} (of a disease, caused by factors within the body)  :: endogène
endohedral {adj}  :: endoédrique
endometrectomy {n}  :: endométrectomie {f}
endometriosis {n} (endometrium condition)  :: endométriose {f}
endometrium {n} /ˌɛndəˈmiːtɹi.əm/ (mucous membrane)  :: endomètre {m}
endonym {n} (a name used by a group or category of people to refer to themselves or their language)  :: endonyme {m}
endoparasite {n} (indwelling parasite)  :: endoparasite {m}
endoplasmic reticulum {n} (network of membranes)  :: réticulum endoplasmique
endopod {n} (endopodite) SEE: endopodite  ::
endorheic {adj} /ɛn.doʊˈɹi.ɪk/ (internally drained; having no outlet)  :: endoréique
endorphin {n} /ɛnˈdɔ(ɹ)fɪn/ (any of a group of peptide hormones)  :: endorphine {f}
endorse {v} (support)  :: soutenir, approuver
endorse {v} (write on the back of a cheque)  :: endosser
endorsement {n} (support from an important, renowned figure of a media)  :: soutien
endoscopic {adj} (of or relating to endoscopy)  :: endoscopique
endoscopy {n} /ɛnˈdɔ.skə.piː/ (examination using an endoscope)  :: endoscopie {f}
endoskeletal {adj} (Of, or pertaining to an endoskeleton)  :: endosquelettique {m} {f}
endoskeleton {n} (internal skeleton of an animal)  :: endosquelette {m}
endosome {n} (endocytic vacuole)  :: endosome
endosperm {n} (tissue)  :: albumen {m}
endosymbiosis {n} (living within another organism)  :: endosymbiose {f}
endosymbiotic theory {n} (the theory that concerns the origins of mitochondria and chloroplasts)  :: hypothèse de l'endosymbiose {f}, hypothèse endosymbiotique {f}
endothermic {adj} (zoology: of animal with regulated temperature)  :: homéotherme, à sang chaud
endotoxic {adj} (of, related to, or caused by an endotoxin)  :: endotoxique
endotoxin {n} (any toxin secreted by a microorganism that is released into surrounding environment only when it dies)  :: endotoxine {f}
endotracheal {adj} (within or through the trachea)  :: endotrachéal
endovascular {adj} (within a blood vessel)  :: endovascolare
endow {v} /ɪnˈdaʊ/ (to furnish with money or its equivalent)  :: doter
endow {v} (to enrich or furnish with anything of the nature of a gift)  :: doter, enrichir
endowment {n} /ɛnˈdaʊmənt/ (something with which a person or thing is endowed)  :: dotation {f}
endpaper {n} (either of two folded sheets of paper used to connect the front and back covers of a book to the first and last pages)  :: page de garde {f}
endpin {n} (spike of a musical instrument)  :: pique {f}
end product {n} (finished product) SEE: finished product  ::
end up {v} (arrive at a destination)  :: se retrouver, finir
end up {v} (conclude, turn out)  :: se terminer, se finir
end up {v} (eventually do)  :: finir par [+infinitive]
endurable {adj} (able to be endured; tolerable; bearable)  :: endurable, tolérable
endurance {n} (ability to endure hardship)  :: endurance {f}
endurance {n} /ɪnˈdjʊəɹənts/ (the measure of a person's stamina or persistence)  :: endurance {f}
endure {v} (endure, undergo) SEE: suffer  ::
endure {v} /ɪnˈd(j)ʊɹ/ (to endure) SEE: take  ::
endure {v} (to continue despite obstacles)  :: endurer, perdurer
end user {n} (the final consumer of a product; the intended recipient or user)  :: utilisateur final {m}
-ene {suffix} (alkene)  :: -ène {m}
enema {n} /ˈɛn.ə.mə/ (injection of fluid into the rectum)  :: lavement {m}
enemy {adj} (of, relating to, or belonging to an enemy)  :: ennemi
enemy {n} /ˈɛnəmi/ (someone who is hostile to, feels hatred towards, opposes the interests of, or intends injury to someone else)  :: ennemi {m}, ennemie {f}
energetic {adj} (Of or relating to energy)  :: énergétique
energetic {adj} (Possessing, exerting, or displaying energy)  :: énergique, énergétique
energetically {adv} (in an energetic manner)  :: énergiquement
energumen {n} /ɛn.ə.ˈɡjuː.mən/ (A person possessed by an evil ghost, spirit, or entity)  :: énergumène {m} {f}
energy {n} (capacity to do work)  :: énergie {f}, courage {m}
energy {n} /ˈɛnɚd͡ʒi/ (impetus behind activity)  :: énergie {f}
energy {n} (physics)  :: énergie {f}
energy drink {n} (caffeinated soft drink)  :: boisson énergisante {f}
enervate {v} /ˌɛn.ə(ɹ)ˈveɪt/ (to reduce strength or energy; debilitate)  :: affaiblir
enfantement {n} (obsolete: act of giving birth)  :: enfantement {m}
enfant terrible {n} (unconventional badly-behaved person)  :: enfant terrible {m}
enfeeble {v} (make feeble)  :: affaiblir
enfleurage {n} /ˌɑ̃.fluˈɹɑʒ/ (the process of extracting fragrance from flowers)  :: enfleurage {m}
enforcer {n} (member of a group charged with keeping dissident members obedient)  :: homme de main
enforcer {n} (one who enforces)  :: exécuteur
Engadin {prop} (long valley in the Swiss Alps)  :: Engadine {f}
engage {v} /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒ/ (intransitive: to enter into battle)  :: engager
engage {v} (to employ or obtain the services of someone)  :: engager
engage {v} (to mesh or interlock)  :: embrayer
engaged {adj} (already involved in a telephone call)  :: engagé
engaged {adj} /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒd/ (agreed to be married)  :: fiancé {m}, fiancée {f}
engagement {n} (period of time when marriage is planned or promised)  :: fiançailles {f-p}
engagement ring {n} (a ring signifying a promise to wed)  :: bague de fiançailles {f}
en garde {interj} /ɑn ˈɡɑɹd/  :: en garde
engender {v} /ɛnˈdʒɛn.dɚ/ (to bring into existence, cause)  :: engendrer, concevoir, donner le jour à, donner naissance à
engine {n} (brain or heart)  :: moteur {m}
engine {n} /ˈɛndʒɪn/ (mechanical device)  :: moteur {m}
engine {n} (influential group)  :: moteur {m}
engine {n} (locomotive)  :: locomotive {f}
engineer {n} /ˌɛnd͡ʒɪˈnɪɹ/ (person qualified or professionally engaged in engineering)  :: ingénieur {m} {f}, ingénieure {f}
engineer {n} (locomotive operator)  :: machiniste {m}, mécanicien {m}
engineering {n} (area aboard a ship where the engine is located)  :: salle des machines {f}
engineering {n} /ˌen.dʒɪˈnɪə.ɹɪŋ/ (application of science to the needs of humanity)  :: ingénierie {f}, génie
engineering {n} (profession)  :: ingénierie {f}
engineering {n} (work of an engineer)  :: ingénierie {f}
engineer's scale {n}  :: kutsch {m}
engine trouble {n} (problem occurring with an engine or motor)  :: panne {f}
England {prop} /ˈɪŋ(ɡ)lənd/ (region of Great Britain)  :: Angleterre {f}
english {n} (spinning or rotary motion around the vertical axis)  :: anglais
English {adj} /ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ/ (of or pertaining to England)  :: anglais {m}, anglaise {f}
English {adj} (of or pertaining to the English language)  :: anglais
English {n} (14-point type)  :: gros-texte
English {n} (one's ability to employ the English language)  :: anglais {m}
English {prop} (people from England)  :: Anglais {m}, Anglaise {f}
English {prop} (the English language)  :: anglais {m}, langue de Shakespeare {f}
English bond {n} (in bricklaying, an arrangement of bricks)  :: appareil français {m}, appareil à la française {m}, appareil flamand {m}, appareil picard {m}
English Canada {prop} (English Canadians)  :: Canadiens anglais {m-p}
English Canada {prop} (English-speaking Canada)  :: Canada anglais {m}, Canada anglophone {m}
English-Canadian {adj} (anglophone Canadian, English-speaking Canadian, English-language Canadian)  :: canadien anglophone {m}, canadienne anglophone {f}
English-Canadian {adj} (English-Canadian)  :: canadien-anglais {m}, canadienne-anglaise {f}, anglo-canadien {m}, anglo-canadienne {f}
English Carrier {n} (English Carrier)  :: pigeon carrier {m}, carrier {m}, [from the Origin of Species translation] Pigeon Messager anglais {m} (pigeon messager anglais {m}), [from the Origin of Species translation] Messager anglais {m} (messager anglais {m}), [from the Origin of Species translation] Messager {m} (messager {m})
English Channel {prop} (The part of the Atlantic Ocean between Great Britain and France)  :: La Manche {f}
English horn {n} (cor anglais) SEE: cor anglais  ::
Englishman {n} /ˈɪŋ.ɡlɪʃ.mən/ (male native or inhabitant of England)  :: Anglais {m}
English Opening {n} (chess opening)  :: partie anglaise {f}
Englishwoman {n} (a female native or inhabitant of England)  :: Anglaise {f}
engobe {n} (A clay slip coating applied to a ceramic body)  :: engobe {m}
engrailed {n} (moth)  :: boarmie crépusculaire {f}
engrave {v} (carve text or symbols into (something))  :: graver
engraving {n} (an engraved image)  :: gravure {f}
engraving {n} (the practice of incising a design onto a hard, flat surface)  :: gravure {f}
engross {v} /ɛnˈɡɹoʊs/ (to buy up wholesale)  :: accaparer, rafler, s'emparer de
engross {v} (to engage completely)  :: captiver, passionner, fasciner, polariser, envoûter, ravir, charmer, capter, obnubiler, obséder
engross {v} (to make gross or fat)  :: engraisser
engross {v} (to monopolize; to concentrate possession)  :: accaparer, monopoliser, truster
engrossed {adj} /ɛn.ˈɡɹoʊst/ (preoccupied)  :: obnubilé {m}, absorbé
engulf {v} (surround; cover)  :: engloutir, engouffrer
enhance {v} (improve something by adding features)  :: améliorer
enhance {v} /ɪnˈhæns/ (augment or make something greater)  :: augmenter, accroître
enhanced {adj} (improved)  :: avancé
enhanced {adj} (raised up)  :: amplifié
enhancement {n} (an improvement)  :: amélioration {f}
enhydros {n} (chalcedony containing liquid)  :: enhydre {f}
enhydrous {adj} (having water within)  :: enhydre {m} {f}
enigma {n}  :: énigme {f}
enigma {n} /ɪˈnɪɡmə/ (something puzzling, mysterious or inexplicable)  :: énigme {f}
enigmatic {adj} /ˌɛnɪɡˈmætɪk/ (pertaining to an enigma)  :: énigmatique
enigmatic {adj} (mysterious)  :: énigmatique
enjail {v} (put in jail) SEE: imprison  ::
enjambment {n} /ɪnˈdʒæmbmənt/ (a technique in poetry)  :: enjambement {m}
enjoy {v} /ɪnˈd͡ʒɔɪ/ (to receive pleasure or satisfaction from something)  :: [with a noun] profiter de, jouir de, [with a verb] no translation
enjoy {v} (to have the use or benefit of something)  :: jouir de
enjoyable {adj} /ɛnˈdʒɔɪ.jə.bəl/ (giving pleasure or delight)  :: agréable, amusant
enjoyment {n} /ɛnˈdʒɔɪmənt/ (the condition of enjoying anything)  :: jouissance {f}, plaisir {m}
enjoy oneself {v} (take pleasure)  :: s'amuser, s'égayer
enjoy your meal {phrase} (bon appétit) SEE: bon appétit  ::
enlarge {v} /ɪnˈlɑːdʒ/ (make larger)  :: agrandir, élargir
enlargement {n} (Act of making larger)  :: élargissement, agrandissement
enlargen {v} (enlarge) SEE: enlarge  ::
enlighten {v} (to make clear to the intellect)  :: éclairer, informer
enlighten {v} (to supply with light)  :: éclairer
enlightenment {n} (philosophy and psychology related to achieving clarity of perception, reason and knowledge)  :: illumination
Enlightenment {prop} (the Enlightenment)  :: les Lumières {f-p}
enlist {v} (to join a cause or organization)  :: rejoindre
enlist {v} (to recruit or to obtain)  :: recruter
enlistment {n} (voluntary service)  :: enrôlement {m}
en masse {adv} /ɑn ˈmæs/ (in a single body or group)  :: en masse
enmesh {v} (To involve in difficulties.)  :: entortiller,inclure,englober
enmesh {v} (To involve in such complications.)  :: emberlificoter,empêtrer,entortiller
enmesh {v} (To mesh; to tangle or interweave)  :: piéger,captiver
enmity {n} /ˈɛn.mɪ.tiː/ (hostile or unfriendly disposition)  :: inimitié {f}
Enna {prop} (province of Sicily, Italy)  :: Enna
Enna {prop} (town and capital of Enna)  :: Enna
ennea- {prefix} (prefix)  :: ennéa-
enneagon {n} /ˈɛ.niː.ə.ɡən/ (a polygon with nine sides; a nonagon)  :: ennéagone {m}
ennoble {v} (To bestow with nobility, honour or grace)  :: anoblir
ennui {n} (melancholia, depression)  :: mélancolie {f}, dépression {f}
ennui {n} /ɑnˈwi/ (listlessness, boredom)  :: apathie {f}, indolence {f}
Enoch {prop} (biblical character)  :: Hénoch
enoki {n} (Flammulina velutipes) SEE: enoki mushroom  ::
enol {n} (an organic compound)  :: énol {m}
enormous {adj} /ɪˈnɔː(ɹ)məs/ (extremely large)  :: énorme
enormously {adv} (to an enormous degree)  :: énormément
enough {adv} (sufficiently)  :: suffisamment, assez
enough {determiner} /ɪˈnʌf/ (sufficient)  :: assez
enough {interj} (stop!)  :: ça suffit !, assez !
enough {pron} (a sufficient or adequate number, amount, etc)  :: suffisamment, assez
enough is enough {phrase} (the limit of patience or tolerance has been reached)  :: ça commence à bien faire
en passant {n} /ɒn paˈsɒ̃/ (chess move)  :: en passant
enquiry {n} /ɛnˈkwaɪ.ɹi/ (a question)  :: enquête {f}, demande {f} de renseignement
enrage {v} (to fill with rage)  :: rendre furieux, mettre en rage, enrager
enravish {v} (to enrapture) SEE: enrapture  ::
enrich {v} /ɪnˈɹɪt͡ʃ/ (to make rich(er))  :: enrichir
enriched uranium {n} (uranium enriched with a higher amount of U-235)  :: uranium enrichi {m}
enriching {adj}  :: enrichissant {m}
enrichment {n} (the act of enriching)  :: enrichissement {m}
enrichment {n} (the process of making enriched uranium)  :: enrichissement {m}
enroll {v} (to enlist (someone) or make (someone) a member of)  :: enrôler
enroll {v} (to enter (a name) in a register, roll or list)  :: s'inscrire, s'enrôler
enrolment {n} (act of enrolling or state of being enrolled)  :: inscription {f}, enrôlement {m}
en route {adj} (along the way)  :: sur la route, sur le chemin
en route {adj} /ɒn ɹu(ː)t/ (on the way)  :: en route
ensemble {n} (a group of musicians, dancers etc who perform together; the chorus of a ballet company)  :: ensemble {m}
ensemble {n} /ˌɒ̃nˈsɒ̃mbl̩/ (a group of separate things that contribute to a coordinated whole)  :: ensemble {m}
enshrine {v} /ɪnˈʃɹʌɪn/ (to enclose (a sacred relic etc.) in a shrine or chest)  :: enchâsser
ensign {n} (banner)  :: pavillon {m}
ensign {n} /ˈɛnsaɪn/ (military officer)  :: aspirant {m}
enslave {v} (to make subservient; to strip one of freedom; enthrall)  :: asservir
enslavement {n} (the act of enslaving or the state of being a slave; bondage)  :: asservissement {m}, esclavage {m}
ensnare {v} (To entangle)  :: empêtrer
ensnare {v} (To snare, to catch through a snare or trap)  :: piéger
ensue {v} /ɪnˈsuː/ (to occur as consequence)  :: résulter, découler
ensure {v} (make sure or certain)  :: s'assurer, garantir, assurer
ensure {v} /ɪnˈʃʊə/ (assure) SEE: assure  ::
ENT {n} (ear, nose and throat)  :: ORL {m} {f}
entail {n} (That which is entailed)  :: entail
entail {v} /ɛnˈteɪl/ (to imply or require)  :: comporter, impliquer, requérir
entail {v} (to settle or fix inalienably on a person or thing)  :: conférer, accorder
entangle {v} /ɛnˈtaŋɡəl/ (twist or interweave)  :: intriquer, empêtrer, tortiller
entanglement {n} (the state of being entangled)  :: intrication {f}
entelechy {n} /ɛnˈtɛləki/ (complete realisation and final form of some potential concept or function)  :: entéléchie {f}
enter {n} (Enter) SEE: Enter  ::
enter {v} /ˈɛntɚ/ (to go into (a room, etc.))  :: entrer
enter {v} (to type into a computer)  :: taper
enteric {adj} (of, relating to, within, or by way of the intestines)  :: entérique
entering tone {n} (short sharp tone)  :: ton d'entrée
enter into {v} (enter into) SEE: penetrate  ::
enteritis {n} (intestinal disease)  :: entérite {f}
enterolith {n} (mineral concretion in the intestinal tract)  :: entérolithe {m}
enterprise {n} /ˈɛntɹ̩pɹɑjz/ (company, business, organization, or endeavor)  :: entreprise {f}
enterprise {n} (undertaking, especially a daring and courageous one)  :: venture {f}
enterprise {n} (willingness to undertake projects, energy and initiative)  :: initiative {f}
enterprise union {n} (a form of trade union)  :: syndicat d'entreprise, syndicat d'industrie
enterprising {adj} (Being very able and ingenious in business dealings.)  :: entreprenant
entertain {v} /ˌɛntɚˈteɪn/ (to amuse)  :: divertir
entertain {v} (to have over at one's home)  :: recevoir
entertainer {n} (person who entertains)  :: amuseur {m}, divertisseur {m}
entertaining {adj} (amusing)  :: divertissant {m}, distrayant
entertainment {n} /ɛn.tɝˈteɪn.mənt/ (activity designed to give pleasure or relaxation)  :: divertissement {m}
enthalpy {n} /ˈɛn.θəl.piː/ (a measure of the heat content)  :: enthalpie {f}
enthesis {n} /ɪnˈθiː.sɪs/ (point at which a tendon, etc., inserts into a bone)  :: enthèse
enthesopathy {n} (disease)  :: enthésiopathie, enthésopathie
enthral {v} (hold spellbound) SEE: enthrall  ::
enthral {v} (make subservient) SEE: enthrall  ::
enthrone {v} (put on the throne)  :: introniser
enthronise {v} (enthrone) SEE: enthrone  ::
enthuse {v} /ɛnˈθuz/ (to cause (someone) to feel enthusiasm)  :: enthousiasmer
enthusiasm {n} (feeling of excited, lively interest)  :: enthousiasme {m}, passion {f}
enthusiasm {n} /ɪnˈθjuːzɪæz(ə)m/ ((obsolete or historical) possession by a god; divine inspiration)  :: enthousiasme {m}
enthusiast {n} (person exhibiting over-zealous religious fervour)  :: enthousiaste {m} {f}, zélote {m} {f}
enthusiast {n} (person filled with or guided by enthusiasm)  :: passionné, amateur
enthusiastic {adj} /ɪnˌθjuzɪˈæstɪk/ (with zealous fervor; excited, motivated)  :: enthousiaste
enthusiastically {adv} (in an enthusiastic manner)  :: avec enthousiasme
enthymeme {n} (by and large statement)  :: enthymème {m}
enthymeme {n} (syllogism with required but unstated assumption)  :: enthymème {m}
entice {v} (to lure; to attract by arousing desire or hope)  :: appâter, attirer
enticing {adj} (alluring)  :: aguicheur
entire {adj} (internal; interior) SEE: internal, interior  ::
entire {adj} /ɪnˈtaɪɚ/ (whole)  :: entier {m}, entière {f}
entire {n} (stallion) SEE: stallion  ::
entirely {adv} /ɪnˈtaɪɹli/  :: entièrement
entirety {n} /ɪn.ˈtʌɪ.ə.ɹə.ti/ (wholeness)  :: entièreté {f}
entitled {adj} (convinced of one's own righteousness)  :: ayant droit {m}
entitlement {n} /ənˈtaɪtəlmənt/ (the right to have something)  :: (avoir) droit sur
entitlement {n} (government payments that are guaranteed to a segment of the population)  :: allocation {f}
entitlement {n} (something that one is entitled to)  :: revendication {f}, droit {m}
entity {n} (computing: anything about which data can be stored)  :: entité {f}
entity {n} /ˈen.tɪ.ti/ (that which exists as an individual unit)  :: entité {f}
entity {n} (something that has properties of being real)  :: entité {f}
entoblast {n} (any of the embryonic blastomeres that develop into the endoderm)  :: entoblaste {m}
entognath {n} (arthropod)  :: enthognathe {m}
entomological {adj} (of or pertaining to entomology)  :: entomologique
entomologist {n} (scientist who studies insects)  :: entomologiste {m} {f}
entomology {n} (study of insects)  :: entomologie {f}, insectologie {f}
entourage {n} /ˈɑn.tə.ɹɑʒ/ (retinue of attendants, associates or followers)  :: entourage {m}
entr'acte {n} (another performance during this interval)  :: entracte {m}
entr'acte {n} /ˈɑnˌtɹækt/ (interval between two acts)  :: entracte {m}
entrance {n} /ˈɛn.tɹəns/ (action of entering, or going in)  :: entrée
entrance {n} (place of entering)  :: entrée {f}
entrance {n} (right to go in)  :: entrée
entrance {v} /ɛnˈtɹæns/  :: enchanter
entrance examination {n} (examination used by an educational institution to select which students it will grant admission to)  :: concours d'entrée {m}
entrée {n} (act of entering)  :: entrée {f}
entrée {n} (dish served before the main course of a meal)  :: entrée {f}
entrée {n} (main dish) SEE: main course  ::
entreaty {n} /ɛnˈtɹiːti/ (petition, solicitation, prayer)  :: supplication {f}
entrecôte {n} (a premium cut of beef)  :: entrecôte {f}
entrepreneur {n}  :: entrepreneur {m}
entrepreneur {n} /ˌɑn.t(ʃ)ɹə.pɹəˈnʊəɹː/ (person who organizes and operates a business and assumes the associated risk)  :: entrepreneur {m}, entrepreneuse {f}
entrepreneurial {adj} /ˌɒntɹəpɹəˈnɜːɹi.əl/ (having the spirit, attitude or qualities of an entrepreneur; enterprising)  :: entreprenant, entrepreneur, entrepreneurial
entrepreneurship {n} (quality of being an entrepreneur)  :: entrepreneuriat {m}
entresol {n} (an intermediate floor in a building)  :: entresol {m}
entropy {n}  :: entropie {f}
entropy {n} (term in thermodynamics)  :: entropie {f}
entrust {v} /ɪnˈtɹʌst/ (To trust to the care of)  :: confier
entry {n} (doorway that provides a means of entering a building)  :: entrée {f}, accès {m}
entry {n} /ˈɛntɹi/ (act of entering)  :: entrée {f}
entry {n} (item in a list)  :: article {m}, rubrique {f}
entry {n} (permission to enter)  :: entrée {f}, accès {m}
entry {n} (record in a log or in a database)  :: élément {m}, article {m}, enregistrement {m}, rubrique {f}
entry {n} (room)  :: entrée {f}, vestibule {m}
entry {n} (term in a matrix)  :: coefficient {m}, élément {m}
entry-level {adj} (simple enough to be appropriate to an inexperienced person)  :: facile d'accès {m}
entryphone {n} (an electronic communication system, see also: intercom)  :: interphone {m}
entwine {v} (To twist or twine around something (or one another))  :: entrelacer
enucleate {v} /ɪˈnukliˌeɪt/ (to remove, especially a tumor)  :: énucléer
enumerate {v} (to determine the amount of)  :: dénombrer
enumerate {v} (to specify each member of a sequence individually in incrementing order)  :: énoncer
enumeration {n} (the act of enumerating)  :: énumération {f}
enunciation {n} (act of enunciating)  :: énonciation {f}
envelop {v} /ɛnˈvɛləp/ (to surround or enclose)  :: envelopper
envelope {n} /ˈɛn.və.ləʊp/ (wrapper for mailing)  :: enveloppe {f}
envelope {n} (geometry: object that is the tangent to a family of objects)  :: enveloppe {f}
envier {n} (one who envies)  :: envieux {m}, envieuse {f}
envious {adj} /ˈɛnvɪəs/ (feeling or exhibiting envy)  :: envieux
enviously {adv} (in an envious manner or to an envious degree)  :: envieusement
environment {n} (natural world or ecosystem)  :: environnement {m}
environment {n} /ɪnˈvaɪɹə(n)mɪnt/ (area around something)  :: environnement {m}
environmental {adj} (pertaining to the environment)  :: environnemental
environmentalism {n} (ideology seeking to prevent the degradation of environment)  :: écologisme {m}, environnementalisme {m}
environmentalist {n} (one who advocates for the protection of the biosphere)  :: environnementaliste {m} {f}, écologiste {m} {f}
environmentally {adv} (affecting one's environment)  :: environnementalement
environmentally friendly {adj} (causing little harm to the environment)  :: écologique
envisage {v} /ɛnˈvɪz.ɪdʒ/ (to conceive or see something within in one's mind)  :: envisager, prévoir
envision {v} (to conceive or see something within one's mind)  :: envisager
envoy {n} /ˈɑnvɔɪ/ (representative)  :: envoyé {m}, émissaire {m}
envy {n} /ˈɛnvi/ (resentful desire of something possessed by another)  :: envie {f}, jalousie {f}
envy {v} (to feel displeasure towards (someone) because of their good fortune, possessions)  :: envier
Enyo {prop} /ɨˈnaɪoʊ/ (goddess of war)  :: Ényo {f}
Enzedder {n} /ˌɛnˈzɛdə(ɹ)/ (Kiwi) SEE: Kiwi  ::
enzymatic {adj} (of, relating to, or caused by enzymes)  :: enzymatique {m} {f}
enzyme {n} /ˈɛn.zaɪm/ (catalytic protein)  :: enzyme {m} {f}
eon {n} (geological time period)  :: éon {m}
eon {n} /ˈiː.ɒn/ (eternity)  :: éternité {f}
eon {n} (informal, hyperbolic: a long period of time)  :: bail {m}
eon {n} (period of 1,000,000,000 years)  :: éon
eosinophil {n} /i.əˈsɪnəˌfɪl/ (type of white blood cell)  :: éosinophile {m}
epagomenic {adj} (all senses)  :: épagomène
epaulet {n} (shoulder decoration)  :: épaulette {f}
epaulette {n} (ornamentation)  :: épaulette {f}
epee {n} (A fencing sword)  :: épée {f}
epenthesis {n} /ɪˈpɛn.θə.sɪs/ (insertion of a phoneme or letter into a word)  :: épenthèse
ephedrine {n}  :: éphédrine {f}
ephelcystic {adj} (grammar)  :: éphelcystique
ephemeral {adj} /ɛˈfɛ.mə.ɹəl/ (lasting for a short period of time)  :: éphémère
Ephesians {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Éphésiens {p}
Ephesus {prop} (a city of ancient Anatolia, in what is now Turkey)  :: Éphèse {m}
Ephialtes {prop} (either the ancient Greek statesman or a mythological Giant)  :: Éphialtès {m}, Éphialte {m}
ephod {n} /ˈiː.fɒd/ (apron worn by chief priest of ancient Israel)  :: éphod
Ephraim {prop} (given name)  :: Ephraïm
Ephraim {prop} /ˈifɹi.əm/ (the younger son of Joseph)  :: Éphraïm {m}
epi- {prefix} (above, over, on, in addition to)  :: épi-
epiboly {n} /ɛˈpɪbəli/ (the expansion of one cell sheet over other cells, as takes place during gastrulation or secondary intention wound healing)  :: épibolie {m}
epic {adj} (Momentously heroic)  :: épique
epic {adj} (of, or relating to, an epic)  :: épique
epic {n} /ˈe.pɪk/ (extended narrative poem)  :: épopée
epicardium {n} (layer of tissue between the pericardium and the heart)  :: épicarde {m}
epicaricacy {n} /ˌɛpɪˈkæɹɪkəsi/ (rejoicing at or deriving pleasure from the misfortunes of others)  :: joie maligne {f}
epicarp {n} (exocarp) SEE: exocarp  ::
epicene {adj} (androgynous) SEE: androgynous  ::
epicene {adj} (effeminate) SEE: effeminate  ::
epicene {adj} /ˈɛ.pɪˌsin/ (relating to words invariant by gender)  :: épicène
epicene {adj} (having no sexual characteristics) SEE: asexual  ::
epicene {adj} (unisex) SEE: unisex  ::
epicene {n} (androgyne) SEE: androgyne  ::
epicene {n} (effeminate person)  :: efféminé {m}, personne efféminée {f}
epicene {n} (hermaphrodite) SEE: hermaphrodite  ::
epicene {n} (intersex) SEE: intersex  ::
epicene {n} (transsexual) SEE: transsexual  ::
epicene {n} (transvestite) SEE: transvestite  ::
epicentre {n} /ˈɛpɪˌsɛntɚ/ (point above earthquake)  :: épicentre {m}
epicentre {n} (focal point of activity)  :: épicentre {m}
epiclesis {n} (part of Catholic Mass)  :: épiclèse
epicness {n} /ˈɛ.pɪk.nəs/ (quality or state of being epic)  :: héroïcité {f}
Epicureanism {n} (system of philosophy based upon the teachings of Epicurus)  :: éicurisme {m}
Epicurus {prop} /ˌepɪˈkjʊɹəs/ (ancient Greek philosopher)  :: Épicure
epicycle {n} /ˈɛpɪsaɪkəl/ (a small circle whose centre is on the circumference of a larger circle)  :: épicycle
epicyclic gear {n} (system of gears) SEE: planetary gear  ::
epicycloid {n} (locus)  :: épicycloïde {f}
epidemic {adj} (like an epidemic)  :: épidémique
epidemic {n} (occurrence of such disease)  :: épidémie
epidemic {n} (widespread disease)  :: épidémie
epidemiologic {adj} (of or pertaining to epidemiology)  :: épidémiologique
epidemiological {adj} (of or pertaining to epidemiology) SEE: epidemiologic  ::
epidemiology {n} /ˌɛp.ɪˌdi.miˈɒl.ə.dʒi/ (branch of medicine dealing with transmission and control of disease in populations)  :: épidémiologie {f}
epidermis {n} (skin's outer layer in animals)  :: épiderme {m}
epididymis {n} /ɛpiˈdɪdɪmɪs/ (tube)  :: épididyme {m}
epidural {n} /ɛpɪˈdjʊəɹəl/ (anaesthetic)  :: péridurale {f}, épidurale {f}
epigenetically {adv}  :: épigénétiquement
epigenetics {n} (The study of heritable changes caused by the activation and deactivation of genes without any change in DNA sequence)  :: épigénétique {f}
epigenetics {n} (The study of the processes involved in the genetic development of an organism, especially the activation and deactivation of genes)  :: épigénétique {f}
epiglottis {n} /ˌɛpɪˈɡlɑtɪs/ (an organ)  :: épiglotte {f}
epigram {n} (brief but witty saying)  :: épigramme {m}
epigram {n} /ˈɛpɪɡɹæm/ (inscription in stone)  :: épigramme {m}
epigram {n} (short, witty or pithy poem)  :: épigramme {m}
epigrammatic {adj} (characteristic of an epigram)  :: épigrammatique
epigraph {n} (inscription)  :: épigraphe {f}
epigraph {n} (literary quotation placed at the beginning of a text)  :: épigraphe {f}
epigraph {n} (set of all points lying on or above a mathematical function's graph)  :: épigraphe {m}
epigraphic {adj} (of or pertaining to an epigraph or to epigraphy)  :: épigraphique
epigraphy {n} (study of inscriptions)  :: épigraphie {f}
epilanguage {n}  :: épilangue {f}
epilate {v} (to remove hair)  :: épiler
epilation {n} (removal of hair)  :: épilation {f}
epilepsy {n} /ˈɛpɪlɛpsi/ (medical condition)  :: épilepsie {f}
epileptic {adj} (of or relating to epilepsy)  :: épileptique
epilogue {n} /ˈɛpɪlɔɡ/ (brief oration or script at the end of a literary piece)  :: épilogue {m}
epimutation {n} /ɛpɪmjuˈteɪʃən]/  :: épimutation {f}
epinasty {n} (botany: downward curvature)  :: épinastie {f}
Epiphanes {prop} /ɛˈpɪfəniːz/ (epithet)  :: Épiphane
epiphany {n} (illuminating realization or discovery)  :: illumination, révélation {f}
epiphany {n} /ɪˈpɪf.ə.ni/ (manifestation or appearance of a divine or superhuman being)  :: apparition {f}
Epiphany {n} (Christian feast)  :: Épiphanie {f}, fête des Rois {f}
epiphenomenon {n} (any state, process or other activity that is the result of another)  :: épiphénomène {m}
epiphenomenon {n} /ˌɛp.ə.fəˈnɒm.əˌnɒn/ (medicine: a symptom that develops during the course of a disease not connected to the disease)  :: épiphénomène
epiphenomenon {n} (philosophy, psychology: mental state or process that is an incidental byproduct of physiological events)  :: épiphénomène {m}
epiphrasis {n} (epexegesis)  :: épiphrase {f}
epiphysis {n} /ɪˈpɪfɪsɪs/ (pineal gland) SEE: pineal gland  ::
epiphyte {n} (plant that grows on another)  :: épiphyte {m} {f}
Epirus {prop} (one of the 13 peripheries)  :: Épire {m}
Epirus {prop} /ɨˈpaɪəɹəs/ (region; historical kingdom)  :: Épire {m}
episiotomy {n} /əˌpiːziːˈɒtəmiː/ (surgical incision)  :: épisiotomie {f}
episode {n} /ˈɛpɪsoʊd/ (incident or action connected with a series of events)  :: épisode {m}
episode {n} (installment of a drama told in parts)  :: épisode {m}
epistaxis {n} /ˌɛpɪˈstækˌsiz/ (nosebleed)  :: épistaxis {f}, [casual] saignement de nez {m}
episteme {n} /ˌɛ.pɪˈstiː.mi/ (philosophy (general): scientific knowledge)  :: épistémè {f}
episteme {n} (Foucaultian philosophy)  :: épistémè
epistemic {adj} (relating to knowledge or cognition)  :: épistémique
epistemic {adj} (relating to theory of knowledge)  :: épistémologique
epistemological {adj} (of, or relating to, epistemology)  :: épistémologique
epistemologist {n} (A person, especially a philosopher, who studies theory of knowledge)  :: épistémologue {m} {f}
epistemology {n} /ɪˌpɪstəˈmɑlədʒi/ (branch of philosophy dealing with the study of knowledge)  :: épistémologie {f}
epistemophilia {n}  :: épistémophilie {f}
epistle {n} (book of the New Testament)  :: épître {f}, épitre {f}
epistle {n} /ɪˈpɪs.l/ (a letter)  :: épître {f}, épitre {f}
epistolary {adj}  :: épistolaire
epitaph {n} /ˈɛpɪtæf]/ (inscription on a gravestone)  :: épitaphe {f}
epithalamium {n} /ɛpɪθəˈleɪmɪəm/ (song or poem celebrating a marriage)  :: épithalame {m}
epithalamus {n} (segment of the diencephalon)  :: épithalamus {m}
epithelial {adj} (of or pertaining to the epithelium)  :: épithélial
epithelium {n} /ˌɛpɪˈθiːlɪəm/ (membranous tissue)  :: épithélium {m}
epithet {n} (abusive or contemptuous word or phrase)  :: épithète {f}
epithet {n} /ˈɛp.ɪ.θɛt/ (term used to characterize a person or thing)  :: épithète {f}
epithet {n} (term used as a descriptive substitute for the name or title of a person)  :: épithète {f}
epitome {n} /əˈpɪt.ə.mi/ (embodiment or encapsulation of)  :: résumé, épitomé {m}
epitome {n} (representative example)  :: personnification {f}, incarnation {f}
epitome {n} (summary)  :: résumé, abrégé
epitomize {v} /əˈpɪt.əˌmaɪz/ (make an epitome)  :: résumer
epitrite {n} (alcoholic drink made of malt)  :: épitrite {m}
epitrochoid {n} (geometric curve)  :: épitrochoïde {f}
epitrope {n}  :: épitrope {f}
e pluribus unum {proverb} (e pluribus unum - a United States' motto)  :: un à partir de plusieurs, de plusieurs, un
epoch {n} (computing: January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 UTC)  :: moneto {m}
epoch {n} /ˈɛpˌək/ (particular period of history)  :: époque {f}, ère {f}, période {f}
epoch {n} (notable event)  :: singularité {f}, évènement {m}
eponym {n} /ˈɛpənɪm/ (name of a person that has given rise to the name of something)  :: éponyme {m}
eponym {n} (word formed from a person’s name)  :: éponyme {m}
eponymous {adj} /ɪˈpɒnɪməs/ (relating to the person after which something is named)  :: éponyme
eponymy {n} (Quality of being eponymous)  :: éponymie {f}
epopee {n} /ˈɛpəpiː/ (an epic, saga)  :: épopée
epoxide {n} (any cyclic ether, having a three-membered ring)  :: époxyde {m}
epoxy {n} (thermosetting resin)  :: époxy {m}
eprix {n} (electric grand prix)  :: eprix
epsilon {n} /ˈɛpsɪlɒn/ (name for the fifth letter of the Greek alphabet)  :: epsilon {m}
equal {adj} /ˈiːkwəl/ (the same in all respects)  :: égal
equal {adj} (mathematics: exactly identical)  :: égal {m}, égale {f}
equal {n} (person or thing of equal status to others)  :: égal {m}, égale {f}
equal {v} (be equal to)  :: égaler à
equalitarian {adj} (egalitarian) SEE: egalitarian  ::
equality {n} (equal treatment of people irrespective of social or cultural differences)  :: égalité {f}
equality {n} /ɪˈkwɑl.ɪ.ti/ (fact of being equal)  :: égalité {f}
equality {n} (mathematics: fact of having the same value)  :: égalité {f}
equalization {n} (act of equalizing)  :: égalisation
equalize {v} /ˈikwəˌlaɪz/ (to make equal)  :: égaliser
equalize {v} (to make the score equal)  :: égaliser
equalizer {n} (a goal that equalizes the score)  :: but égalisateur {m}
equally {adv} /ˈiːkwəli/ (in an equal manner)  :: également
equal sign {n} (a symbol)  :: signe égal {m}, signe d'égalité {m}
equanimity {n} /ˌɛkwəˈnɪmɪtiː/ (state of being calm)  :: équanimité {f}
equanimous {adj} /ɪˈkwæn.ɪ.məs/ (Calm and composed; of stable disposition)  :: équanime
equation {n} (correction)  :: équation {f}
equation {n} /ɪˈkweɪʒən/ (assertion)  :: équation {f}
equational {adj} (of, pertaining to, or constructed using equations)  :: équationnel
equator {n} (celestial equator) SEE: celestial equator  ::
equator {n} /ɪˈkweɪtə/ (circle around the earth)  :: équateur {m}
equatorial {adj} (of, near, or relating to the equator)  :: équatorial
Equatorial Guinea {prop} (country in Western Africa)  :: Guinée équatoriale {f}
equerry {n} (responsible for the care of horses)  :: écuyer {m}
equestrian {adj} (of horseback riding or horseback riders)  :: hippique
equestrianism {n} (the art or sport of riding horses)  :: équitation {f}
equiangular {adj} (geometry: having all internal angles equal)  :: équiangle
equilateral triangle {n} (a triangle having all three sides equal)  :: triangle équilatéral {m}
equilibrist {n} (tightrope walker)  :: équilibriste {m} {f}
equilibrium {n} (chemistry: state of a reaction in which the rates of the forward and reverse reactions are the same)  :: équilibre {m}
equilibrium {n} /ɛkwɪˈlɪbɹɪəm/ (condition of a system in which competing influences are balanced)  :: équilibre {m}
equilibrium {n} (mental balance)  :: équilibre {m}
equilibrium {n} (physics: state of a body at rest or in uniform motion in which the resultant of all forces on it is zero)  :: équilibre {m}
equine {adj} /ˈiːkwaɪn/ (Of or relating to a horse or horses)  :: chevalin, équin, hippique
equinoctial {n} /ˌi.kwəˈnɒk.ʃəl/ (celestial equator) SEE: celestial equator  ::
equinox {n} /ˈiːkwəˌnɑːks/ (intersection of the ecliptic with the celestial equator)  :: équinoxe {m}
equipage {n} (a type of horse-drawn carriage)  :: équipage
equipage {n} /ˈɛ.kwɪ.pɪdʒ/ (equipment or supplies, especially military ones)  :: bagages, fourgons, train des équipages
equipment {n} /ɪˈkwɪpmənt/ (the act of equipping)  :: équipement {m}
equipment {n} (whatever is used in equipping)  :: équipement {m}
equisonant {adj} /iːkwɪˈsəʊnənt/ (intra-octavally consonant)  :: équisonnant
equity {n} /ˈɛk.wɪ.ti/ (ownership, especially in terms of net monetary value of some business)  :: action {f}
equity {n} (justice, impartiality and fairness)  :: impartialité {f}, solidarité {f}
equivalence {n} (an equivalence relation)  :: équivalence {f}
equivalence {n} /ɪˈkwɪvələns/ (the condition of being equivalent)  :: équivalence {f}
equivalence {n} (the relationship between two propositions)  :: équivalence {f}
equivalence relation {n} (binary relation)  :: relation d'équivalence {f}
equivalent {adj} (equal-area) SEE: equal-area  ::
equivalent {adj} /iːˈkwɪvælənt/ (similar or identical in value)  :: équivalent {m}
equivalent {adj} (of two sets, having a one-to-one relationship)  :: équivalent {m}
equivalent {adj} (relating to the corresponding elements of an equivalence relation)  :: équivalent {m}
equivalent {n} (anything that is virtually equal to something else)  :: équivalent {m}
equivocal {adj} (capable of being ascribed to different motives, or of signifying opposite feelings, purposes, or characters)  :: douteux {m}, incertain {m}, indéterminé {m}, équivoque {m} {f}
equivocal {adj} /ɪˈkwɪvək(ə)l/ (having several applicable significations)  :: équivoque {m} {f}, ambigu {m}, incertain {m}
equivocal {adj} (uncertain, doubtful)  :: équivoque {m} {f}
equivocation {n} (Expression susceptible of a double signification, possibly misleading)  :: équivoque {f}, quiproquo {m}
equivocation {n} /ɪˌkwɪvəˈkeɪʃən/ (Logical fallacy)  :: équivocité {f}
Equuleus {prop} (second smallest constellation of the northern sky)  :: le Petit Cheval {m}
-er {suffix} (person whose occupation is...)  :: for players of instruments or games, often translated as joueur {m}/joueuse {f} de followed by the name of the instrument or game played, but some words have specific translations
-er {suffix} ((used form a demonym) resident or inhabitant of...)  :: often translated as habitant {m}/habitante {f} de followed by the name of the place, but some words have specific translations
-er {suffix} /ɚ/ ((used to form agent nouns) person or thing that does...)  :: -eur {m}, -euse {f}
-er {suffix} (used to form the comparative of adjectives)  :: plus [used before the adjective]
-er {suffix} (used to form the comparative of adverbs)  :: plus [used before the adverb]
-er {suffix} ((with numbers, measurements or quantified sets) ranked by or having...)  :: Not used in French
era {n} /ˈɛɹ.ə/ (time period)  :: ère {f}, période {f}, époque {f}
eradicate {v} /ɪˈɹæd.ɪ.keɪt/ (to completely destroy; to reduce to nothing radically)  :: éradiquer
eradication {n} (act of plucking up by the roots)  :: éradication {f}, éradications {f-p}
eradicator {n} (that which eradicates)  :: éradicateur
erasable {adj} (capable of being erased)  :: effaçable
erase {v}  :: effacer
erase {v} /ɪˈɹeɪs/ (to remove markings or information)  :: effacer
erase {v} (intransitive: to be erased)  :: s'effacer
erase {v} (to clear a storage medium)  :: effacer
erase {v} (to obliterate information)  :: effacer
eraser {n} (chalkboard eraser)  :: brosse à tableau {f}
eraser {n} (thing used to erase something written or drawn)  :: gomme {f}, effaceur {m}, [Quebec] efface {f}
eraser pen {n} (fine eraser)  :: stylo-gomme {f}
erbium {n} (chemical element)  :: erbium {m}
e-reader {n} (device)  :: liseuse {f}, e-reader {m}
Erebus {prop} /ˈɛɹəbəs/ (mythology)  :: Érèbe {m}
erectile {adj}  :: érectile
erectile dysfunction {n} (erectile dysfunction)  :: dysfonction érectile {f}
erection {n} /ɪˈɹɛkʃən/ (act of building)  :: érection {f}
erection {n} (rigid state of penis or clitoris)  :: érection
eremacausis {n} (oxidation)  :: érémacausie {f}
eremetic {adj} (of or pertaining to eremites) SEE: eremitic  ::
eremite {n} /ˈɛɹɪmaɪt/ (hermit) SEE: hermit  ::
eremitic {adj} (characteristic of hermit)  :: érémitique {m} {f}
eremitical {adj} (eremitic) SEE: eremitic  ::
eremitism {n} (state of being a hermit)  :: érémitisme {m}
ereyesterday {adv} (on the day before yesterday) SEE: day before yesterday  ::
ereyesterday {n} (the day before yesterday) SEE: day before yesterday  ::
ergative {n} /ˈɝɡətɪv/ (ergative case) SEE: ergative case  ::
ergative case {n} (case used to indicate the agent of a verb)  :: ergatif {m}
ergo {conj}  :: donc
ergonomic {adj} (of, or relating to the science of ergonomics)  :: ergonomique
ergonomics {n} /əːɡəˈnɒmɪks/ (science of the design of equipment)  :: ergonomie {f}
ergot {n} (deformed grain)  :: ergot {m}
ergot {n} /ˈɜːɡət/ (any fungus of the genus Claviceps)  :: ergot {m}
erhu {n} /ˈɜːhuː/ (Chinese fiddle)  :: erhu {m}
Eric {prop} /ˈɛɹɪk/ (male given name)  :: Éric
Eridanus {prop} (constellation)  :: Éridan
Erie {prop} /ˈɪɹi/ (one of Great Lakes)  :: Érié {m}
Erika {prop} (female given name) SEE: Erica  ::
Eris {prop} (dwarf planet)  :: Éris {f}
Eris {prop} /ˈɪəɹɨs/ (Greek goddess of chaos)  :: Éris {f}
Eritrea {prop} /ˌeɹɪˈtɹiːə/ (country in Eastern Africa)  :: Érythrée {f}
Eritrean {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Eritrea, the Eritrean people or the Eritrean culture)  :: érythréen {m}, érythréenne {f}
Eritrean {n} (A person from Eritrea or of Eritrean descent)  :: Érythréen {m}, Érythréenne {f}
erm {interj} (expression of uncertainty)  :: euh
ermine {n} ((heraldry) a white field with black spots)  :: hermine {f}
ermine {n} /ˈɜːmɪn/ (Mustela erminea)  :: hermine {f}
ermine {n} (the white fur of this animal)  :: hermine {f}
erne {n} /ɝːn/ (Haliaeetus albicilla) SEE: white-tailed eagle  ::
Ernest {prop} /ˈɜː(ɹ)nɪst/ (given name)  :: Ernest
Ernestine {adj}  :: ernestine
erode {v} /ɪˈɹəʊd/ (To wear away by abrasion, corrosion or chemical reaction)  :: éroder
erogenous {adj} (sensitive to sexual arousal)  :: érogène
erogenous zone {n} (erogenous zone)  :: zone érogène {f}
Eros {prop} /ɛɹɒs/ (God of love)  :: Éros {m}
erosion {n} (destruction by abrasive action of fluids)  :: érosion {f}
erosion {n} /əˈɹoʊˌʒən/ (the result of having being eroded)  :: érosion {f}
erosion {n} (the changing of a surface by mechanical action)  :: érosion {f}
erotic {adj} /ɪˈɹɑtɪk/ (tending to arouse sexual desire)  :: érotique
erotically {adv} (in an erotic manner)  :: érotiquement
eroticism {n} (the state of being erotic, or of being sexually aroused)  :: érotisme {m}
eroticization {n} (act of eroticizing)  :: érotisation {f}
eroticize {v} (to make erotic)  :: érotiser
eroto- {prefix} (used to form terms related to sexual desire)  :: éroto-
erotomania {n} (mental disorder based on the delusion of a romantic relationship)  :: érotomanie {f}
erotophobia {n} (fear of a romantic relationship)  :: érotophobie {f}
err {v} /ɛɚ/ (make a mistake)  :: se tromper, errer
err {v} (sin) SEE: sin  ::
errand {n} /ˈɛɹənd/ (trip to accomplish a small task)  :: course {f}
errand boy {n} (male employed to run errands)  :: coursier {m}, garçon de courses {m}
errant {adj} /ˈɛɹənt/ (straying from the proper course or standard)  :: errant
errhine {adj} /ˈɛɹ.aɪn/ (causing an increase in mucus within the nose)  :: errhin {m}
erroneous {adj} /ɛɹˈoʊ.ni.əs/ (containing an error; inaccurate)  :: erroné {m}, erronée {f}
erroneously {adv} (in an erroneous manner)  :: par erreur, à tort, erronément, faitivement
erroneously {adv} (incorrectly) SEE: incorrectly  ::
error {n} (any alteration in the DNA chemical structure)  :: erreur
error {n} (difference between a measured or calculated value and a true one)  :: erreur {f}
error {n} /ˈɛɹɚ/ (mistake)  :: erreur {f}
error {v} ((nonstandard) To make a mistake; to result in an error) SEE: err  ::
error message {n} (message displayed when an unexpected condition occurs)  :: message d'erreur {m}
ersatz {n} /ˈɛəɹsɑts/ (something made in imitation)  :: ersatz {m}
erstwhile {adj} (former, previous)  :: ancien, d'autrefois
erstwhile {adv} /ˈɝst.waɪl/ (erstwhile) SEE: formerly  ::
erudite {adj} /ˈɛɹ.(j)ə.daɪt/ (scholarly, learned)  :: érudit
eruditely {adv} (in a learned or scholarly manner)  :: éruditement
erudition {n} /ˌeɹʊˈdɪʃən/ (profound knowledge, especially that based on learning and scholarship)  :: érudition {f}
erupt {v} /ɪˈɹʌpt/ (to violently eject)  :: entrer en éruption
eruption {n} /ɪˈɹʌpʃən/ (violent ejection, such as that of lava from a volcano)  :: éruption {f}
eruption column {n} (cloud of ash emitted during a volcanic eruption)  :: panache éruptif {m}, panache volcanique {m}, colonne éruptive {m}, colonne volcanique {f}
Erymanthian Boar {prop} (boar)  :: sanglier d'Érymanthe
erysipelas {n} /ɛɹɪˈsɪpələs/ (severe skin disease)  :: érysipèle {m}
erysipelatous {adj} (Resembling erysipelas)  :: érysipélateux
Erythraean Sea {prop} (Red Sea) SEE: Red Sea  ::
erythrocyte {n} /əˈɹɪθɹəˌsaɪt/ (red blood cell) SEE: red blood cell  ::
erythronium {n} (vanadium) SEE: vanadium  ::
Esau {prop} /ˈiːsɔ/ (son of Isaac and Rebekah)  :: Ésaü
escalade {v} (to scale the walls of a fortification)  :: escalader
escalate {v} /ˈɛs.kə.leɪt/ (to intensify)  :: intensifier
escalation {n} (a deliberate or premeditated increase in the violence or geographic scope of a conflict)  :: escalade {f}
escalator {n} /ˈɛs.kə.leɪ.tɚ/ (mechanical device)  :: escalator {m}, escalier mécanique {m}, escalateur {m}
escalope {n} (thin slice of meat)  :: escalope {f}
escapade {n} /ˈɛskəˌpeɪd/ (daring or adventurous act; undertaking which goes against convention)  :: escapade {f}
escape {n} (act of leaving a dangerous or unpleasant situation)  :: évasion {f}, échappatoire
escape {v} /ɪˈskeɪp/ (to get free)  :: échapper, s'échapper
escape {v} (to elude)  :: éviter
escape velocity {n} (minimum velocity)  :: vitesse de libération {f}
escapism {n} (inclination to escape)  :: escapisme
escapology {n} /ˈɛskəˌpɒlədʒiː/ (the study or art of escaping from a constriction)  :: escapologie {f}
escargot {n} (a dish)  :: escargot {m}, escargot de Bourgogne {m}
escarpment {n} (steep descent or declivity)  :: escarpement {m}
Escaut {prop} (the river Scheldt) SEE: Scheldt  ::
eschar {n} /ˈɛskɑː/ (dry dark scab or scar)  :: escarre
eschatological {adj} (pertaining to eschatology)  :: eschatologique
eschatology {n} /ɛskəˈtɒlədʒi/ (system of doctrines concerning final matters, such as death)  :: eschatologie {f}
eschatology {n} (the study of the end times)  :: eschatologie {f}
eschew {v} /ɛsˈtʃu/ (avoid, shun)  :: esquiver
escort {n} (group of people who provide safety)  :: escorte {f}
escort {v} (To attend to in order to guard and protect)  :: escorter
e-scrap {n} (e-waste) SEE: e-waste  ::
escrow {n} /ˈɛskɹoʊ̯/  :: fiducie
escutcheon {n} (plate or bezel to fill the gap around a protruberance)  :: écusson {m}
escutcheon {n} /ɪˈskʌtʃən/ (coat of arms)  :: écusson {m}
Esdras {prop} (any of four books)  :: Esdras
-ese {suffix} (forming adjectives and nouns describing things characteristic of a particular place)  :: -ais, -ois
esker {n} /ˈɛskɚ/ (ridge created under glacier)  :: esker {m}
Eskimo {adj} (of, or relating to an Eskimo, Eskimos or their language, languages)  :: esquimau, eskimo
Eskimo {n} (member of the Eskimo people(s))  :: Esquimau {m}, Eskimo {m}
Eskimo {prop} /ˈɛs.kɪ.moʊ/ (group of native peoples)  :: Esquimaux {m-p}, Eskimos {m-p}
Eskimo {prop} (language)  :: esquimau {m}, eskimo {m}
Esmeralda {prop} /ɛzməˈɹɑːldə/ (Female given name)  :: Esméralda
esophageal {adj} (pertaining to the esophagus)  :: œsophagien {m}
esophageal cancer {n} (cancer)  :: cancer de l'œsophage {m}
esoteric {adj} /ˌɛs.əˈtɛɹ.ɪk/ (Understood only by a chosen few or an enlightened inner circle.)  :: ésotérique
esoteric {adj} (having to do with concepts that are highly theoretical)  :: cérébral
esoterism {n} (inward forms of faith and religion)  :: ésotérisme
ESP {initialism} (extrasensory perception)  :: PES
espadrille {n} /ɛspəˈdɹɪl/ (light shoe)  :: espadrille {f}
especially {adv} (in a special manner)  :: spécialement
especially {adv} /ɪˈspɛʃ(ə)li/ (particularly)  :: spécialement, particulièrement, surtout
Esperantist {n} (specialist or speaker of Esperanto)  :: espérantiste {m} {f}, [speaker] espérantophone {m} {f}
Esperanto {prop} /espeˈɾɐnto/ (auxiliary language)  :: espéranto {m}
Esperantujo {prop} (notional land)  :: espérantie
espionage {n} /ˈɛs.pi.ə.nɑːʒ/ (act of learning secret information through clandestine means)  :: espionnage {m}
espousal {n} (betrothal) SEE: betrothal  ::
espouse {v} (accept, support, take as one’s own)  :: épouser, adopter
espouse {v} /ɛsˈspaʊz/ (become married to)  :: épouser
espresso {n} /ɛˈspɹɛsoʊ/ (strong type of coffee)  :: espresso {m}
esprit de corps {n} /ɛˌspɹi də ˈkɔɹ/ (shared spirit of comradeship, enthusiasm, and devotion)  :: esprit de corps
-esque {suffix} /-ɛsk/ (in the style of)  :: -esque
-esque {suffix} (resembling)  :: -esque
esquire {n} /ˈeskwaɪəɹ/ (a squire)  :: écuyer {m}
esquire {n} (shield bearer)  :: écuyer {m}
ess {n} /ɛs/ (name of the letter S, s)  :: esse {m}
-ess {suffix} (female suffix)  :: -esse {f}, -euse {f}, -e {f}
essay {n} /ˈɛseɪ/ (written composition)  :: essai {m}, rédaction {f}, dissertation {f}
essayist {n} /ˈɛseɪ.ɪst/ (one who composes essays; a writer of short compositions)  :: essayiste {m} {f}
essence {n} /ˈɛsəns/ (inherent nature)  :: essence {f}
essence {n} (true nature of something)  :: essence {f}
essential {adj}  :: essentiel
essential {adj} (in basic form)  :: essentiel, fondamental
essential {adj} /ɪˈsɛn.ʃəl/ (of high importance)  :: indispensable
essentialism {n} (view that objects have properties that are essential to them)  :: essentialisme {m}
essentially {adv} (essentially)  :: essentiellement, en essence
essential oil {n} (volatile oil used to make perfumes and flavourings)  :: huile essentielle {f}
essential tremor {n} (Neurological condition)  :: tremblement essentiel {m}
essive case {n} (case used to indicate a temporary state of being)  :: essif {m}
Essonne {prop} (département)  :: Essonne {f}
-est {suffix} (second-person singular present tense of verbs)  :: -es [for regular -er verbs]; -is [for regular -ir verb]; -s [for most -re verbs]
-est {suffix} /ɪst/ (superlative of adjectives and adverbs)  :: le plus (put before the adjective), e.g. biggest = le plus grand
EST {initialism} (Eastern Standard Time)  :: HNE
EST {n} (English subtitles)  :: STA
establish {v}  :: établir
establish {v} /ɪˈstæb.lɪʃ/ (To make stable or firm; to confirm)  :: affermir
establish {v} (To found; to institute)  :: établir
established {adj} /ɪˈstæb.lɪʃt/ (defined, described)  :: établi
establishment {n} (slang: the ruling class or authority group)  :: establishment {m}, établissement {m}
establishment {n} /ɪˈstæblɪʃmənt/ (the act of establishing)  :: établissement {m}
establishment {n} (that which is established)  :: établissement {m}
establishment {n} (the state of being established)  :: établissement {m}
estate {n} (area of land under single ownership)  :: domaine, propriété
estate {n} (body style of cars) SEE: station wagon  ::
estate {n} (housing estate) SEE: housing estate  ::
estate {n} /ɪsˈteɪt/ (law: nature and extent of a person's interest in, or ownership of, land)  :: proprieté {f},
estate car {n} (station wagon) SEE: station wagon  ::
esteem {n} /ɛsˈtiːm]/ (favourable regard)  :: estime {f}, respect {m}
esteem {v} (to regard with respect)  :: respecter
ester {n} /ɛstɚ/ (compound with carbon-oxygen double bond joined via carbon to another oxygen atom)  :: ester {m}
Esther {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Esther
Esther {prop} /ˈɛsθɚ/ (female given name)  :: Esther
Esther {prop} (the heroine of the Book of Esther)  :: Esther
estimate {n} /ˈɛstɨmɨt/ (rough calculation or guess)  :: estimation {f}
estimate {v} (to calculate roughly)  :: estimer
estimation {n} /ɛstɨˈmeɪʃən/ (the process of making an estimate)  :: estimation
estival {adj} (of or relating to summer)  :: estival
estivate {v} /ˈɛstɪˌveɪt/ (go into stasis in the summer months)  :: estiver
Estonia {prop} /ɛsˈtoʊ.ni.ə/ (country)  :: Estonie {f}
Estonian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to the country of Estonia, its people or their language)  :: estonien {m}, estonienne {f}
Estonian {n} (person)  :: Estonien {m}, Estonienne {f}
Estonian {prop} (language)  :: estonien {m}
estragon {n} (tarragon) SEE: tarragon  ::
estrange {v} (remove from an accustomed place or set of associations)  :: aliéner
estrange {v} /ɪˈstɹeɪndʒ/ (cause to feel less close or friendly; alienate)  :: éloigner
estranged {adj} (having become a stranger)  :: éloigné, perdu de vue (lost sight of); see also désuni, which applies to two or more parties
estrangement {n} (the act of alienating)  :: éloignement {m}
estrangement {n} (the state of being alien)  :: éloignement {m}
estrogen {n} /ˈɛstɹədʒən/ (estrogen)  :: œstrogène {m}
estrous {adj} (Of or relating to estrus)  :: œstral
estuary {n} (place where ocean tides and river water merge)  :: estuaire {m}
eta {n} /ˈeɪtə/ (Greek letter)  :: êta {m}
et al. {phrase} /ɛtˈɑːl/ (and others)  :: et al., et coll., & cie
etc. {phrase} /ˌɛt ˈsɛt(ə)ɹə/ (and so on, see also: and so forth)  :: et cétéra, etc., et cætera, ...
et cetera {phrase} /ˌɛt ˈsɛt(ə)ɹə/ (noting the omission of the remainder of a list) SEE: etc. and and so forth  ::
etch {v} /ɛtʃ/ (to engrave)  :: graver
etch {v} (to make a lasting impression)  :: marquer
etching {n} /ˈetʃ.ɪŋ/ (art of producing an image)  :: gravure {f}
eternal {adj} /ɪˈtɝnəl/ (lasting forever)  :: éternel
Eternal City {prop} (nickname for Rome)  :: ville éternelle {f}
eternal life {n} (afterlife) SEE: afterlife  ::
eternal life {n} (immortality) SEE: immortality  ::
eternally {adv} (forever)  :: éternellement
eternal sleep {n} (death (euphemism))  :: sommeil éternel {m}
eternity {n} (informal: a comparatively long time)  :: éternité {f}
eternity {n} (period of time that elapses after death)  :: éternité {f}
eternity {n} (time extending infinitely far into the future)  :: éternité {f}
eternity {n} /ɪˈtɝnɪti/ (infinite time)  :: éternité {f}
etesian {adj} /ɪˈtiːzɪən/ (pertaining to a specific eastern Mediterranean wind)  :: étésien
etesian {n} (a specific eastern Mediterranean wind)  :: étésien {m}
Ethan {prop} /ˈiːθən/ (male given name)  :: Éthan
ethane {n} /ˈɛθeɪn/ (aliphatic hydrocarbon, C2H6)  :: éthane {m}
ethanol {n} /ˈɛ.θə.nɒl/ (simple aliphatic alcohol: CH3-CH2-OH)  :: éthanol {m}
ethene {n} (ethylene) SEE: ethylene  ::
ether {n} /ˈiː.θɚ/ (organic chemistry: a compound containing an oxygen atom bonded to two hydrocarbon groups)  :: éther {m}
ethereal {adj} (Consisting of ether; hence, exceedingly light or airy; tenuous; spiritlike; characterized by extreme delicacy)  :: éthéré
ethereal {adj} (Delicate, light and airy)  :: éthéré
ethereal {adj} /ɪˈθɪɹ.i.əl/ (Pertaining to the hypothetical upper, purer air, or to the higher regions beyond the earth or beyond the atmosphere)  :: éthéré
Ethernet {n} (computer network which complies with standards)  :: Ethernet
Ethernet {n} /ˈiθəɹˌnɛt/ (network cabling protocol standards)  :: Ethernet
ethical {adj} /ˈɛθɪkəl/ (of or relating to the study of ethics)  :: éthique
ethician {n} (ethicist) SEE: ethicist  ::
ethics {n} /ˈɛθ.ɪks/ (study of principles governing right and wrong conduct)  :: éthique {f}
ethics {n} (standards of conduct)  :: éthique {f}
Ethiopia {prop} /iθiˈoʊpi.ə/ (country in Eastern Africa)  :: Éthiopie
Ethiopian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Ethiopia)  :: éthiopien
Ethiopian {n} /ˌiːθiˈəʊpi.ən/ (person)  :: Éthiopien
ethnic {adj}  :: ethnique, païen
ethnic {adj} /ˈɛθnɪk/ (of or relating to a group of people)  :: ethnique
ethnic cleansing {n} (ethnic cleansing)  :: nettoyage ethnique {m}, épuration ethnique {f}
ethnic group {n} (ethnic group)  :: ethnie {f}, groupe ethnique {f}
ethnicity {n} (An ethnic group)  :: ethnie {f}, groupe ethnique {f}
ethnicity {n} /ɛθˈnɪsɪti/ (The characteristics of an ethnic group)  :: ethnicité {f}, appartenance ethnique {f}
ethnic minority {n} (people with different characteristics to those of the majority)  :: minorité ethnique {f}
ethnie {n} /εtniː/ (ethnicity) SEE: ethnic group  ::
ethnocentric {adj} (related to ethnocentrism)  :: ethnocentrique {m} {f}
ethnocentrism {n} /ˈɛθ.nəʊˌsɛn.tɹɪzm̩/ (the tendency to look at the world primarily from the perspective of one's own culture)  :: ethnocentrisme {m}
ethnocide {n}  :: ethnocide {m}
ethnocultural {adj} (all senses)  :: ethnoculturel
ethnographer {n} (one who studies ethnography)  :: ethnographe
ethnographic {adj} (of, or relating to ethnography)  :: ethnographique
ethnography {n} (branch of anthropology)  :: ethnographie {f}
ethnolect {n} (language variety)  :: ethnolecte {m}
ethnolinguistics {n} (field of linguistic anthropology)  :: ethnolinguistique {f}
ethnologic {adj} (ethnologic) SEE: ethnological  ::
ethnological {adj} (of or relating to ethnology)  :: ethnologique
ethnologist {n} (one who practices ethnology)  :: ethnologue {m} {f}
ethnology {n} (branch of anthropology)  :: ethnologie {f}
ethnomusicology {n} (study of music and culture)  :: ethnomusicologie {f}
ethnonym {n} (name of an ethnic group)  :: ethnonyme {m}
ethologic {adj} (ethologic) SEE: ethological  ::
ethology {n} /iːˈθɒlədʒi/ (study of human and animal behaviour)  :: éthologie
ethopoeia {n} (rhetorical technique of creating an imaginary speech)  :: éthopée {f}
ethyl acetate {n} (ethyl ester of acetic acid)  :: acétate d'éthyle {m}, éthanoate d’éthyle {m}
ethylene {n} /ˈɛθəˌliːn/ (compound)  :: éthylène {m}, éthène {m}
ethylene {n} (radical)  :: éthylène {m}
ethylene glycol {n} ((organic chemistry) organic compound HO-CH2-CH2-OH)  :: éthylène glycol {m}
ethylene oxide {n} (simplest epoxide)  :: oxyde d'éthylène {m}, dihydroxyrène {m}, oxyde de diméthylène {m}, oxiranne {m}
ethylene-vinyl acetate {n} (copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate)  :: éthylène-acétate de vinyle {m}
etilefrine {n} (a cardiac stimulant used as an antihypotensive)  :: étiléfrine {m}
etiological {adj} (of or pertaining to an aetiology)  :: étiologique
etiquette {n} (customary behavior)  :: étiquette {f}
etiquette {n} /ˈɛtɪkɛt/ (forms to be observed in social or official life)  :: étiquette {f}
Etruria {prop} /ɪˈtɹʊə.ɹɪ.ə/ (ancient country)  :: Étrurie {f}
Etruscan {adj} /ɪˈtɹʌskən/ (pertaining to the region and culture of Etruria)  :: étrusque
Etruscan {n} (inhabitant of Etruria)  :: Étrusque
Etruscan {prop} (extinct language of Etruria)  :: étrusque {m}
et tu, Brute {phrase} /ɛt ˈtu ˌbɹutɛ/ (expression of betrayal)  :: tu quoque mi fili
etymological {adj} (of or relating to etymology)  :: étymologique
etymologically {adv} (Based on or belonging to etymology)  :: étymologiquement
etymologist {n} (person who specializes in etymology)  :: étymologiste {m} {f}
etymologize {v} (to find or provide etymology for a word)  :: étymologiser
etymology {n} (account of the origin and historical development of a word)  :: étymologie {f}
etymology {n} /ˌɛtəˈmɑlədʒi/ (study of the historical development of languages, particularly of individual words)  :: étymologie {f}
etymon {n} /ˈɛt.ə.mɑn/ (source word)  :: étymon {m}
EU {initialism} (European Union, see also: European Union)  :: UE {f}
Euboea {prop} /juːˈbiːə/ (Greek island)  :: Eubée
eucalyptus {n} /ˌjuːkəˈlɪptəs/ (any of many trees of genus Eucalyptus)  :: eucalyptus, eucalypte
Eucharist {n} /ˈjuːkəɹɪst/ (sacrament)  :: eucharistie {f}
eucharistic {adj} (pertaining to the Eucharist)  :: eucharistique {m}
euchologion {n} /juːkə(ʊ)ˈləʊdʒɪən/ (prayer book)  :: eucologe {m}
Euclid {prop} /ˈjuːklɪd/ (Greek mathematician)  :: Euclide {m}
Euclidean {adj} /juːˈklɪd.i.ən/ (of traditional geometry)  :: euclidien
Euclidean {adj} (of Euclid's Elements)  :: euclidien
Euclidean algorithm {prop} (math)  :: algorithme d'Euclide {m}
Euclidean geometry {n} (mathematical system)  :: géométrie euclidienne {f}
Euclidean space {n} (ordinary space)  :: espace euclidien {m}
Euclidian space {n} (Euclidean space) SEE: Euclidean space  ::
eudiometer {n} (tube for measuring volume of gases)  :: eudiomètre
euergetism {n} (the practice of élite in Greek and Roman cities to distribute a part of their wealth to the community)  :: évergétisme {m}
euergetist {n} (one who practices euergetism)  :: évergète {m}
Eugene {prop} (male given name)  :: Eugène {m}
Eugenia {prop} (female given name)  :: Eugénie
eugenist {n} /juːˈdʒɛnɪst/ (eugenicist) SEE: eugenicist  ::
Eugenius {prop} (given name)  :: Eugène
eukaryote {n} /juˈkæɹi.əʊt/ (any of the single-celled or multicellular organisms whose cells contain at least one distinct nucleus)  :: eucaryote
eukaryotic {adj} (having complex cells)  :: eucaryote
Eulalie {prop} (female given name)  :: Eulalie
Euler {prop} /ˈɔɪlɚ/ (Leonhard Euler)  :: Euler {m}
Euler's formula {prop} (Euler's formula)  :: formule d'Euler {f}
eulogistic {adj} (of, pertaining to, or in the form of a eulogy)  :: dithyrambique, élogieux
eulogy {n} /ˈjulədʒi/ (an oration to honor a deceased person)  :: éloge {m}
eumetazoan {n} ((zoology) animal of the subkingdom Eumetazoa)  :: eumétazoaire {m}
eunuch {n} /ˈjuː.nʌk/ (castrated human male)  :: eunuque {m}, castrat {m}
eunuch {n} (such a man who was harem guard or in Middle Eastern courts under Roman Emperors, important officials of the state)  :: eunuque {m}
Euphemia {prop} /ɛffiːˈmiːə/ (female given name)  :: Euphémie {f}
euphemism {n} /ˈjuː.fəˌmɪ.z(ə)m/ (use of a word or phrase to replace another word with one considered less offensive)  :: euphémisme {m}
euphemism {n} (word or phrase that is used to replace another in this way)  :: euphémisme {m}
euphemistic {adj} (of euphemism)  :: euphémique
euphemistically {adv} (in a euphemistic manner)  :: euphémiquement
euphonic {adj} (harmonious)  :: euphonique
euphonically {adv} (in a euphonic manner)  :: euphoniquement
euphony {n}  :: euphonie {f}
euphoria {n} /juːˈfɔːɹi.ə/ (an excited state of joy)  :: euphorie {f}, [colloquial] pêche {f}, [colloquial] frite {f}
euphoric {adj} (feeling great well-being or elation or intense happiness; characterized by euphoria)  :: euphorique
euphotic {adj} (describing that part of the near-surface ocean in which photosynthesis is possible)  :: euphotique
Euphrates {prop} /juːˈfɹeɪtiːz/ (river in the Middle East)  :: Euphrate {m}
euphuism {n} (style of writing)  :: euphuisme {m}
Eurasia {prop} /jʊˈɹeɪʒə/ (the largest landmass on Earth, consisting of Europe and Asia)  :: Eurasie {f}
Eurasian {adj} (pertaining to Eurasia)  :: eurasiatique
Eurasian black vulture {n} (Aegypius monachus)  :: vautour moine
Eurasian collared dove {n} (Streptopelia decaocto) SEE: collared dove  ::
Eurasian Economic Union {prop} (economic union, see also: EAU, see also: EAEU)  :: Union eurasiatique {f}
Eurasian jay {n} (Garrulus glandarius)  :: geai des chênes {m}
Eurasian siskin {n} (Spinus spinus)  :: tarin {m}
Eurasian sparrowhawk {n} (Accipiter nisus)  :: épervier {m}
Eurasian wigeon {n} /jʊ.ɹeɪʒən.wɪd͡ʒən/ (dabbling duck)  :: Canard siffleur {m}
Eure {prop} (département)  :: Eure {f}
Eure-et-Loir {prop} (département of France)  :: Eure-et-Loir
eureka {interj} /juˈɹikə/ (exclamation indicating sudden discovery)  :: eurêka
Euribor {n} (Euro Interbank Offered Rate)  :: euribor
Euripides {prop} /jʊˈɹɪp.ɪˌdiz/ (a Greek tragedian)  :: Euripide {m}
euro {n} /ˈjʊɹoʊ/ (currency unit of the European Monetary Union)  :: euro {m}
Euro- {prefix} (pertaining to Europe)  :: euro-
euro area {n} (Eurozone) SEE: Eurozone  ::
Eurocommunism {n} (trend)  :: eurocommunisme {m}
Euroconnector {n} (SCART) SEE: SCART  ::
Eurocrat {n} (employee of the EU)  :: eurocrate {m} {f}
Eurogroup {n} (body of Eurozone finance ministers)  :: Eurogroupe {m}
Eurolinguistics {n} (branch of linguistics)  :: eurolinguistique
Euromaidan {prop} (series of anti-government protests in Ukraine)  :: Euromaïdan {m}
Europa {prop} /jʊˈɹoʊpə/ (a moon of Jupiter)  :: Europe {f}
Europe {prop} (continent)  :: Europe {f}
Europe {prop} /ˈjʊɹəp/ (European Union) SEE: European Union  ::
European {adj} /ˌyʊɹəˈpi.ən/ (relating to Europe or the European Union)  :: européen {m}, européenne {f}
European {n} (person)  :: Européen {m}, Européenne {f}
European alder {n} (black alder) SEE: black alder  ::
European ash {n} (Fraxinus excelsior) SEE: common ash  ::
European bison {n} /jʊɹəˌpiːən ˈbaɪsn̩/ (the wisent species Bison bonasus)  :: bison d'Europe {m}
European Central Bank {prop} (central bank for the European Union)  :: Banque centrale européenne {f} (note: only capital letter to Bank)
European Commission {prop} (executive branch)  :: Commission européenne
European Council {prop} (an institution of the European Union)  :: Conseil européen
European garden spider {n} (Araneus diadematus)  :: épeire diadème {f}
European hedgehog {n} (Erinaceus europaeus)  :: hérisson commun
Europeanisation {n} (assimilation)  :: européanisation {f}
Europeanize {v} (to make something, or someone, more European)  :: européaniser
Europeanness {n}  :: européanité {f}
European Parliament {n} (legislative chamber of the European Union)  :: Parlement européen {m}, Europarlement {m}, Eurochambre {f}, Chambre européenne {f}
European peacock {n} (colorful butterfly)  :: paon du jour {m}
European perch {n} (Perca fluviatilis)  :: perche commune {f}, perche de rivière
European redbud {n} (Judas tree) SEE: Judas tree  ::
European seabass {n} (Dicentrarchus labrax)  :: bar commun {m}, bar européen {m}, perche de mer {f}, loup de mer {m}
European smelt {n} (Osmerus eperlanus)  :: éperlan {m}
European starling {n} (Sturnus vulgaris) SEE: common starling  ::
European swamp thistle {n} (marsh thistle) SEE: marsh thistle  ::
European Union {prop} /ˌjʊəɹəˈpiːən ˈjuːnjən/ (European supranational organisation)  :: Union européenne {f}
Europhilia {n} (love of Europe)  :: europhilie {f}
Europhone {adj}  :: europhone
europium {n} (chemical element)  :: europium {m}
Europop {n} (European pop music)  :: europop {m}
Eurosceptic {adj} (of or pertaining to Eurosceptics or Euroscepticism)  :: eurosceptique
Euro-sceptic {adj} (Of or pertaining to Euro-sceptics or Euro-scepticism)  :: eurosceptique
Eurosceptic {n} (one who is sceptical of increasing the powers of the European Union)  :: eurosceptique {m} {f}
Euro-sceptic {n} (One who is sceptical of increasing the powers of the European Union)  :: eurosceptique {m} {f}
Euro-sceptical {adj} (Of or pertaining to Euro-sceptics or Euro-scepticism)  :: eurosceptique
Eurosceptical {adj} (of or pertaining to Eurosceptics or Euroscepticism) SEE: Eurosceptic  ::
Euroscepticism {n} (scepticism of increasing powers of the EU)  :: euroscepticisme
Euro-skeptic {adj} (Of or pertaining to Euro-skeptics or Euro-skepticism)  :: eurosceptique
Euroskeptic {adj} (Of or pertaining to Euroskeptics or Euroskepticism)  :: eurosceptique
Euro-skeptic {n} (One who is skeptical of increasing the powers of the European Union)  :: eurosceptique {m} {f}
Euroskeptic {n} (One who is skeptical of increasing the powers of the European Union)  :: eurosceptique {m} {f}
Euro-skeptical {adj} (Of or pertaining to Euro-skeptics or Euro-skepticism)  :: eurosceptique
Euroskeptical {adj} (Of or pertaining to Euroskeptics or Euroskepticism)  :: eurosceptique
Eurotunnel {prop} (Channel Tunnel) SEE: Channel Tunnel  ::
Eurovision {prop} /ˈjɝ.əˌvɪ.ʒ(ə)n/ (television network)  :: Eurovision {f}
Eurozone {prop} (those European Union members whose official currency is the euro)  :: zone euro {f}, eurozone {f} rare
Eurydice {prop} /jʊˈɹɪdɨsi/ (mythology)  :: Eurydice {f}
Eusebius {prop} /juˈsibi.əs/ (given name)  :: Eusèbe
eusocial {adj} (biology)  :: eusocial
eusociality {n} (state of being eusocial)  :: eusocialité {f}
eusocially {adv} (biology)  :: eusocialement
Eustace {prop} /ˈjuːˌstɪs/ (male given name)  :: Eustache
Eustachian tube {n} (tube that links the pharynx to the cavity of the middle ear)  :: trompe d’Eustache {f}
euthanasia {n} /juːθəˈneɪʒə/ (practice of killing a human being or animal)  :: euthanasie {f}
euthanasist {n} (a person who performs euthanasia)  :: euthanasiste {m} {f}
euthanize {v} /ˈjuː.θən.ˌaɪz/ (submit (a person or an animal) to euthanasia)  :: euthanasier, faire euthanasier
eutrophication {n} (becoming eutrophic)  :: eutrophisation
Euxine Sea {prop} ( ) SEE: [[ ]]  ::
EVA {initialism} (ethylene-vinyl acetate) SEE: ethylene-vinyl acetate  ::
EVA {initialism} (extravehicular activity) SEE: extravehicular activity  ::
evacuate {v} (to move out of an unsafe location into safety)  :: évacuer
evacuation {n} (act of emptying)  :: évacuation {f}
evacuation {n} (act of leaving a place for protection)  :: évacuation {f}
evaluate {v} /ɪ̈ˈvaljəˌweɪt/ (to draw conclusions from by examining)  :: évaluer
evaluation {n} /ɪˌvæljuˈeɪʃən/ (assessment)  :: évaluation {f}
evanescent {adj} /ˌɛv.əˈnɛs.ənt/ (vanishing, decaying, weak)  :: évanescent
evangelical {adj} /iːvænˈdʒɛlɪkəl/  :: évangélique
evangelically {adv} (in an evangelical manner)  :: évangéliquement
Evangeline {prop} (female given name)  :: Évangéline {f}
evangelist {n}  :: évangéliste
evangelist {n} (preacher of the gospel)  :: évangéliste {m} {f}
evangelist {n} /ɪˈvændʒəlɪst/ (itinerant or special preacher, especially a revivalist)  :: évangéliste {m} {f}
evangelist {n} (writer of a gospel)  :: évangéliste {m} {f}
Evangelist {n} (gospel writer)  :: évangéliste {m} {f}
evangelize {v} (tell people about Christianity)  :: évangéliser
evaporate {v} /ɪˈvæpəɹeɪt/ (to transition from a liquid state into a gaseous state)  :: évaporer
evaporated milk {n} (milk that has been concentrated by evaporation)  :: lait évaporé {m}, lait concentré {m}
evaporation {n}  :: évaporation {f}
evaporation {n} (process of liquid converting to the gaseous state)  :: évaporation
evasion {n} /ɪˈveɪʒən/ (the act of eluding or avoiding, particularly the pressure of an argument, accusation, charge, or interrogation)  :: esquive
eve {n} /iːv/ (day or night before)  :: vigile {f}, veille {f}
Eve {prop} (given name)  :: Ève {f}
Eve {prop} /iːv/ (the first woman)  :: Ève {f}
Evelyn {prop} (female given name)  :: Évelyne
even {adj} (arithmetic: divisible by two)  :: pair {m}, paire {f}
even {adj} (equal)  :: régulier, uniforme
even {adj} /ˈivən/ (flat and level)  :: plat
even {adj} (of a number: convenient for rounding other numbers to)  :: rond
even {adj} (without great variation)  :: monotone [voice], uniforme
even {adv} (emphasising comparative)  :: encore, même
even {adv} (exactly, fully)  :: exactement, complètement
even {adv} (implying extreme example)  :: même, voire
even {n} (Evening of the day)  :: veillée (du soir)
even {n} (even number) SEE: even number  ::
even {v} (to make even)  :: aplatir, égaliser, niveler
even function {n} (unaffected by sign)  :: fonction paire {f}
even if {adv} (irrespective of)  :: même si
evening {n} /ˈiːvnɪŋ/ (time of day between dusk and night)  :: crépuscule {m}, soir {m}
evening {n} (time of day between the approximate time of midwinter dusk and midnight)  :: soir {m}
evening star {n} (planet Venus seen in the evening)  :: étoile du soir {f}
evenly {adv} (so as to make flat)  :: uniformément
even number {n} (positive integer that can be divided by two)  :: nombre pair {m}
event {n} (computing: action which triggers an event handler)  :: événement {m}, évènement {m}
event {n} ((medicine) An episode of severe health conditions)  :: accident
event {n} (point in spacetime (physics))  :: événement {m}, évènement {m}
event {n} (probability theory: a set of some of the possible outcomes)  :: événement {m}, évènement {m}
event {n} /ɪˈvɛnt/ (occurrence)  :: événement {m}, évènement {m}
event-driven {adj}  :: orienté événements
eventful {adj} (pertaining to high levels of activity)  :: mouvementé
event horizon {n} (gravitational sphere within which light cannot escape)  :: horizon des événements {m}
even though {conj} (although)  :: bien que, quoique
eventing {n} (equestrian event which comprises dressage, cross-country, and showjumping)  :: concours complet {m}
eventuality {n} (possible event)  :: éventualité
eventually {adv} /ɪ.ˈvɛn.tʃu.ə.li/ (in the end)  :: finalement, à terme, à la fin
ever {adv} (at any time)  :: jamais
ever {adv} /ˈɛvɚ/ (always)  :: toujours
Everest {prop} (Mount Everest) SEE: Mount Everest  ::
Everett {prop} (male given name)  :: Évrard
evergreen {adj} /ˈɛvɚɡɹin/ (of plants, that do not shed their leaves)  :: sempervirent
everlasting {adv} (Continuing indefinitely)  :: permanent
everlasting {adv} (Lasting or enduring forever)  :: éternel
evermore {adv} (always)  :: toujours
ever since {adv} (continuously since a specified time or event)  :: depuis lors
ever since {conj} (continuously since)  :: depuis que
every {determiner} /ˈɛv.(ə).ɹi/ (all of a countable group)  :: tout, chaque
everybody {pron} /ˈɛvɹibʌdi/ (all people)  :: tout le monde, chacun, tous
every cloud has a silver lining {proverb} (in every bad situation there is an element of good)  :: après la pluie, vient le beau temps
every day {adv} (daily)  :: tous les jours
everyday {adj} /ˈɛvɹiˌdeɪ/ (commonplace, ordinary)  :: usuel
every man for himself {phrase} (forget about comradeship; save yourselves!)  :: chacun pour soi; sauve qui peut
everyone {pron} /ˈɛv.ɹi.wʌn/ (every person)  :: chacun, tout le monde, tous
every other {adj} (every second) SEE: every second  ::
every second {adj} (every other; each alternate)  :: un sur deux {m}, une sur deux {f}
every silver lining has a cloud {proverb} (every good situation has the potential to turn bad)  :: toute médaille a son revers
every so often {adv} (occasionally)  :: de temps en temps
everything {pron} /ˈɛvɹiˌθɪŋ/ (all the things)  :: tout {m}
everything but the kitchen sink {n} (Almost everything, whether needed or not)  :: tout le/un/son bric-à-brac/bazar
every time {adv} (at each occasion that)  :: chaque fois que, à chaque fois que
everywhere {adv} /ɛv.ɹi.(h)wɛɹ/ (at all places)  :: partout
everywhere else {adv} (in all other places)  :: partout ailleurs
evict {v} (to expel)  :: expulser, évincer
eviction {n} (the act of evicting)  :: expulsion {f}, éviction {f}
evidence {n} (anything admitted by a court as proof)  :: preuve
evidence {n} /ˈɛvəɾəns]/ (facts presented in support of an assertion)  :: preuve {f}
evident {adj} /ˈɛ.vɪ.dənt/ (obviously true)  :: évident {m}
evidently {adv} /ˈɛvɪdəntli/ (obviously)  :: de toute évidence, manifestement
evil {adj} /ˈiːvɪl/ (intending to harm)  :: mauvais {m}, maléfique {m} {f}
evil {n} (evil)  :: mal {m}
evildoer {n} (person who performs evil acts)  :: malfaiteur {m}, méchant {m}
evil eye {n} (wicked look)  :: mauvais œil {m}
evil laughter {n} (scornfully mocking)  :: rire sardonique, rire de méchant
evince {v} /iˈvɪns/ (show or demonstrate clearly)  :: montrer, prouver
eviscerate {v} /ɪˈvɪsəˌɹeɪt/ (to disembowel)  :: éviscérer
evisceration {n} (A disemboweling)  :: ôter les tripes, étriper
evisceration {n} (A vigorous verbal assault)  :: démolir verballement, éreinter quelque chose
evocative {adj} (that evokes (brings to mind) a memory, mood or image; redolent or reminiscent)  :: évocateur
evoke {v} /ɪˈvoʊk/ (to cause the manifestation of)  :: évoquer, remémorer
evolution {n} (biology: change in the genetic composition of a population over time)  :: évolution {f}
evolution {n} /ˌɛvəˈluʃən/ (general: a gradual process of development)  :: évolution {f}
evolutional {adj} (of or pertaining to evolution, or coming about as a result of its principles)  :: évolutionnel {m}
evolutionary {adj} /ˌiːvəˈluːʃəneɹi/ (of or relating to evolution)  :: évolutif {m}, évolutive {f}, évolutionnaire {m} {f}
evolutionary biology {n} (sub-field of biology)  :: biologie de l’évolution {f}, biologie évolutive {f}
evolutionary developmental biology {n} (branch of biology)  :: biologie évolutive du développement {f}
evolutionary theory {n} (theory of evolution)  :: théorie de l'évolution {f}
evolutionist {n} (a proponent or supporter of evolutionism)  :: évolutionniste {m} {f}
evolutionistic {adj} (of or pertaining to evolutionism)  :: évolutionniste
evolve {v} (come into being; develop)  :: élaborer
evolve {v} (move in regular procession through a system)  :: évoluer, progresser
ew {interj} /ɪʊ̯/ (expression of disgust or nausea)  :: beurk
e-wallet {n}  :: portefeuille électronique {m}
e-warfare {n} (cyberwarfare) SEE: cyberwarfare  ::
ewe {n} /juː/ (female sheep)  :: brebis {f}
ewer {n} /ˈju.ɚ/ (widemouthed pitcher)  :: pichet {m}, aiguière, broc, cruche {f}
ex {n} /ɛks/ (name of the letter X, x)  :: ixe {m}
ex {n} (informal: An ex-husband, ex-wife or ex-partner)  :: ex
ex- {prefix} (former)  :: ex-
exa- {prefix} (SI prefix)  :: exa-
exacerbate {v} /ɪɡˈzæsɚbeɪt/ (to make worse)  :: agraver, empirer
exact {adj} /ɪɡˈzækt/ (precisely agreeing)  :: exact {m}, précis {m}
exact {v} (To demand and enforce)  :: exiger
exactitude {n} (accuracy; attention to small details.)  :: exactitude {f}
exactly {adv} /ɪɡˈzæk(t)li/ (in an exact manner)  :: exactement
exactness {n} (the state of being exact)  :: exactitude {f}
exact science {n} (field of science capable of quantitative expression)  :: science exacte {f}
exaggerate {v} (to overstate, to describe more than is fact)  :: exagérer, outrer
exaggeration {n} (act of exaggerating)  :: exagération {f}
exameter {n} (exametre) SEE: exametre  ::
examination {n} (formal test)  :: examen {m}
examination {n} /ɪɡˌzæmɪˈneɪʃən/ (act of examining)  :: examen {m}
examine {v} (to check the health or condition of something or someone)  :: examiner
examine {v} /ɪɡˈzæmɪn/ (to observe or inspect carefully or critically)  :: examiner
examiner {n} /ɪɡˈzæmɪnə/ (person who investigates someone or something)  :: examinateur {m}, examinatrice {f}
example {n} (instance as a problem to be solved)  :: exemple {m}
example {n} (parallel or closely similar case)  :: exemple {m}
example {n} (person punished as a warning to others)  :: exemple {m}
example {n} (something serving as a pattern of behaviour)  :: exemple {m}
example {n} (something serving to explain or illustrate a rule)  :: exemple {m}
example {n} /ɪɡˈzɑːmpəl/ (something representative of a group)  :: exemple {m}
exanimate {adj} (spiritless, dispirited, disheartened, not lively)  :: déprimé, découragé
exanimate {adj} /ɪɡˈzænɪmɪt/ (lifeless; dead)  :: sans vie, mort
exasperate {v} /ɪɡˈzæsp(ə)ɹeɪt/ (frustrate, vex, annoy)  :: exaspérer
exasperation {n} (the act of exasperating)  :: exaspération {f}
Excalibur {prop} /ɛksˈkæ.lɪ.bɚ/ (Legendary sword)  :: Excalibur {f}
excavate {v} (to make a hole in (something); to hollow)  :: excaver
excavation {n} (archaeological excavation)  :: excavation {f}
excavator {n} (curette used to scrape out pathological material) SEE: curette  ::
excavator {n} (vehicle, often on tracks, used to dig ditches etc; a backhoe)  :: excavateur {m}
exceed {v}  :: excéder
exceed {v} /ɪkˈsiːd/ (to be larger, greater than something else or than expected or desirable)  :: excéder
exceed {v} (to go beyond the limits of something)  :: excéder, dépasser
exceedingly {adv} /ɪkˈsiːdɪŋli/ (extremely)  :: extrêmement, énormément
excel {v} (intransitive: to be much better than others)  :: dépasser
excel {v} (transitive: to surpass someone or something)  :: dépasser
excellence {n} /ˈɛksələns/ (the quality of being excellent)  :: excellence {f}
Excellence {prop} (title of honor or respect)  :: Excellence {m}
Excellency {n} (Form of address for certain high officials or dignitaries)  :: Excellence {f}
excellent {adj} /ˈɛksələnt/ (of the highest quality)  :: excellent
excellently {adv} (very well)  :: excellemment
excelsior {n} /ɛkˈsɛlsɪɔː/ (3-point type)  :: diamant
except {prep} (with the exception of)  :: excepté, sauf, à l'exception de, hormis
except {v} /ɪkˈsɛpt/ (to exclude)  :: faire une exception pour, excepter
except {v} (to take exception, to object to)  :: objecter, protester, s'élever contre
exception {n} /əkˈsɛpʃən/ (that which is excepted or taken out from others)  :: exception {f}
exception {n}  :: exception {f}
exceptional {adj} /ɪkˈsɛpʃənəl/ (superior due to exception or rarity)  :: exceptionnel
exceptionally {adv} (unusual, remarkable or exceptional degree)  :: exceptionnellement, par exception
exception that proves the rule {n} (a form of argument)  :: l'exception confirme la regle
excerpt {n} /ɛkˈsɜɹpt/ (a clip, snippet, passage or extract from a larger work)  :: extrait {m}, passage {m}
excerpt {v} (to select or copy sample material (excerpts) from a work)  :: extraire
excess {n} (degree by which one thing exceeds another)  :: excès {m}
excess {n} /əkˈsɛs/ (state of surpassing limits)  :: excès
excess {n} (insurance condition)  :: franchise {f}
excess {v} (Excessive)  :: excessif
excessive {adj} /ɪkˈsɛsɪv/ (exceeding the bounds of something)  :: excessif
excessively {adv} (in excess)  :: excessivement, de trop
excessively {adv} (to an excessive degree)  :: excessivement, bien trop (much too...), beaucoup trop (much too...)
exchange {n} /ɛkstʃeɪndʒ/ (act of exchanging or trading)  :: échange {m}, troc {m}
exchange {n} (place for conducting trading)  :: bourse {f}
exchange {v} (To replace with a similar item)  :: échanger
exchange {v} (To trade or barter)  :: échanger, troquer
exchange rate {n} (currency rate (finance))  :: taux de change {m}, cours de change {m}
exchequer {n} /ˈɛksˌt͡ʃɛ.kɚ/ (treasury) SEE: treasury  ::
excipient {n} (Drug additive without therapeutic or diagnostic effect)  :: excipient {m}
excircle {n} (escribed circle)  :: cercle exinscrit {m}
excise {n} /ˈɛkˌsaɪz/ (excise tax) SEE: excise tax  ::
exciseman {n} (collector of excise tax)  :: accisien {m}
excise tax {n} (any of various taxes levied on the production or sale of certain goods)  :: droit d'accise {m}, accise {f}
excitation {n} (the act of producing excitement (stimulation); also, the excitement produced)  :: excitation
excite {v} (to arouse or bring out (eg feelings); to stimulate)  :: exciter
excite {v} (to cause an electron to move to a higher than normal state)  :: exciter
excite {v} (to stir the emotions of)  :: exciter
excited {adj} (being in a state of higher energy)  :: excité
excited {adj} /ɪkˈsaɪtɪd/ (having great enthusiasm)  :: excité, enthousiasmé
excitement {n} /ɪkˈsaɪtmənt/ (state of being excited)  :: excitation {f}
exciton {n} (bound state of electron and hole)  :: exciton {m}
exclaim {v} /ɛkˈskleɪm/ (to cry out)  :: exclamer
exclamation {n} (exclamation mark) SEE: exclamation mark  ::
exclamation {n} (loud calling or crying out; outcry)  :: exclamation {f}
exclamation mark {n} /ˌɛks.kləˈmeɪ.ʃənˌmɑɹk/ (punctuation “!”)  :: point d'exclamation {m}
exclamation point {n} (exclamation mark) SEE: exclamation mark  ::
exclave {n} /ˈɛkskleɪv/ (a country's territory not connected to the main part)  :: exclave {f}
exclude {v} (to bar from entering; keep out)  :: exclure
excluding {prep} (to the exclusion of)  :: à l’exclusion de
exclusion {n} (act of excluding or shutting out)  :: exclusion
exclusive {adj}  :: exclusif
exclusive {adj} (exclusionary) SEE: exclusionary  ::
exclusive {adj} /ɪkˈsklu.sɪv/ (excluding items or members that do not meet certain conditions)  :: exclusif
exclusive {adj} (of high quality and/or reknown)  :: exclusif
exclusively {adv} (to the exclusion of anything or anyone else)  :: exclusivement, uniquement
exclusive or {n} (exclusive disjunction)  :: ou exclusif
exclusive right {n} (The power to allow or disallow others from taking certain actions)  :: droite exclusive
exclusivity {n} (exclusivity)  :: exclusivité {f}
excommunicate {v} /ˌɛkskəˈmjunəkət/ (to officially exclude someone from membership of a church or religious community)  :: excommunier
excommunicate {v} (to exclude from any other group; to banish)  :: bannir
excommunication {n} /ɛkskəmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃən/ (act of excommunicating, disfellowshipping or ejecting)  :: excommunication {f}
excoriate {v} /ɪkˈskɔɹ.iˌeɪt/ (to strongly denounce or censure)  :: fustiger
excoriation {n} /ˈɛks.kɔ.ɹi.eɪʃən/ (skin abrasion)  :: excoriation {f}
excrement {n} /ˈɛkskɹəmənt/ (human and animal solid waste)  :: excrément {m}
excrescence {n} /ɛkˈskɹɛsəns/ (something, usually abnormal, which grows out of something else)  :: excès {m}, excroissance {f}
excrete {v} /ɛkˈskɹiːt/ (to discharge from the system)  :: excréter
excretion {n} (process of removing from the body)  :: excrétion {f}
excretory {adj} (of, or relating to excretion)  :: excrétoire
excruciate {v} /ɛk.ˈskɹu.ʃi.eɪ̯t/ (to inflict intense pain or mental distress on (someone); to torture)  :: torturer
excursion {n} /ɛks.kɜː(ɹ).ʃən/ (brief recreational trip)  :: excursion {f}, randonnée {f}
excuse {n} (explanation designed to avoid or alleviate guilt or negative judgement)  :: prétexte {m}, excuse {f}
excuse {v} (allow to leave)  :: excuser
excuse {v} (explain with the aim of alleviating guilt or negative judgement)  :: excuser, justifier
excuse {v} /ɪksˈkjuz/ (forgive, pardon)  :: excuser, pardonner
excuse me {phrase} (request for attention)  :: pardon
excuse me {phrase} (request to pass)  :: pardon, excusez-moi, [informal] excuse-moi
excuse me {phrase} (request to repeat)  :: pardon, plaît-il, comment, quoi, [familiar] hein
excuse me {phrase} (sorry, as apology)  :: pardon, excusez-moi, mes excuses, je m'excuse
ex-directory {adj} (unlisted)  :: sur la liste rouge
execrable {adj} /ˈɛksɪkɹəbl/ (of the poorest quality)  :: exécrable {m} {f}
execrate {v} (To feel loathing for)  :: exécrer
execration {n} /ɛksɪˈkɹeɪʃən/ (act or instance of cursing)  :: exécration {f}
executable {adj} /ˈɛksɪkjuːtəbl/ (capable of being executed)  :: exécutable
executable {n} (file that can be run)  :: fichier exécutable {m}
execute {v} /ˈɛksɪˌkjuːt/ (to kill as punishment)  :: exécuter
execute {v} (To start, launch or run software)  :: exécuter
execution {n} (act of putting to death or being put to death as a penalty)  :: exécution {f}
execution {n} (carrying into effect of a court judgment, or of a will)  :: exécution {f}
execution {n} (carrying out of an instruction by a computer)  :: exécution {f}
execution {n} /ˌek.sɪˈkjuː.ʃən/ (act of executing or the state of being executed)  :: exécution {f}
execution {n}  :: exécution {f}
executioner {n} (the person who carries out the execution)  :: exécuteur des hautes œuvres {m}, bourreau {m}
executive {adj} /ɛɡˈzɛkjʊtɪv/ (designed for execution)  :: exécutif
executive {n} (branch of government responsible for enforcing laws and judicial decisions)  :: exécutif {m}
executive {n} (title of a chief officer or administrator)  :: cadre, gestionnaire, directeur, administrateur {m}
executive committee {n} (the cabinet of ministers for a city government)  :: comité exécutif {m}
executor {n} (one who carries out some task)  :: exécuteur {m}, exécutrice {f}
exegesis {n} /ɛksɪˈdʒisɪs/ (formal written exposition or explanatory essay)  :: exégèse {f}
exegete {n} /ˈeksɪdʒiːt/ (a person skilled in exegesis)  :: exégète
exegetical {adj} (exegetic) SEE: exegetic  ::
exemplar {n} (a handwritten manuscript)  :: exemple {f}
exemplar {n} /ɛɡˈzɛm.plɑɹ/ (role model) SEE: role model  ::
exemplary {adj} (good enough to serve as an example to others)  :: exemplaire
exemplary {adj} (ideal) SEE: ideal  ::
exemplary {adj} (perfect) SEE: perfect  ::
exemption {n} (act of exempting)  :: exemption {f}
exercise {n} /ˈɛk.sɚ.saɪz/ (any activity designed to develop or hone a skill or ability)  :: exercice {m}
exercise {n} (physical activity intended to improve strength and fitness)  :: exercice {m}
exercise {v} (to perform activities to develop skills)  :: exercer
exercise {v} (to set into action)  :: exercer
exercise {v} (to take action, enforce)  :: exercer
exercise bicycle {n} (exercise machine)  :: vélo stationnaire {m}, vélo d'appartement {m}, bicyclette stationnaire {f}
exercise book {n} (booklet for students)  :: cahier {m}, cahier d'exercices {m}
exert {v} (to put in vigorous action)  :: exercer
exertion {n} /əɡˈzɝʃən/ (the action of exerting)  :: effort {m}, dépense {f}
exessive {n} (exessive case) SEE: exessive case  ::
exfoliant {n} (an agent or substance used for the process of exfoliation)  :: exfoliant {m}
exfoliation {n} (the removal of a layer of skin, as in cosmetic preparation)  :: exfoliation {f}
exhalation {n} (meteor) SEE: meteor  ::
exhale {v} /ɛksˈheɪl/ (to breathe out)  :: expirer
exhaust {n} (exhaust gas)  :: gaz d'échappement
exhaust {n} (exhaust pipe) SEE: exhaust pipe  ::
exhaust {v} /ɪɡˈzɔːst/ (to empty by drawing or letting out the contents)  :: épuiser
exhausted {adj} /ɪɡˈzɔstɪd/ (in a state of exhaustion)  :: épuisé, à bout de forces
exhausting {adj} (Very tiring)  :: épuisant {m}, épuisante {f}
exhaustion {n} (supreme tiredness; having exhausted energy)  :: harassement {m}, épuisement {m}
exhaustion {n} /ɪɡˈzɔːs.tʃən/ (point of complete depletion)  :: épuisement {m}
exhaustive {adj} /ɛɡˈzɑ.stɪv/ (including every possible element)  :: exhaustif
exhaust pipe {n} (pipe that vents waste gases from the engine)  :: pot d'échappement {m}
exhibit {n} (article as evidence in court)  :: pièce à conviction {f}
exhibit {n} (public showing)  :: exposition {f}
exhibit {v} /ɪɡˈzɪbɪt/ (display or show (something) for others to see)  :: exposer
exhibition {n} /ɛksɪˈbɪʃən/ (large scale public showing of objects or products)  :: exposition {f}
exhibition game {n} (practice game)  :: match amical {m}
exhibitionism {n} (practice of displaying one's private bodily parts in public)  :: exhibitionnisme {m}
exhibitionism {n} (practice of drawing attention to oneself)  :: exhibitionnisme {m}
exhibitionist {n} (one who attempts by his behaviour to draw attention to himself)  :: poseur {m}, poseuse {f}, exhibitionniste {m} {f}
exhibitionist {n} (someone who exposes their genitalia in public)  :: exhibitionniste {m} {f}
exhibition match {n} (exhibition game) SEE: exhibition game  ::
exhilarating {adj} (refreshingly thrilling)  :: jubilatoire {m} {f}, grisant {m}
exhort {v} /ɛɡˈzɔːt/ (urge)  :: exhorter
exhortation {n} (Act or practice of exhorting)  :: exhortation {f}
exhumation {n} /ˌeks.hjuːˈmeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of digging up that which has been buried)  :: exhumation {f}
exhume {v} /ɛkˈ.s(j)um/ (To dig out of the ground; to take out of a place of burial; to disinter)  :: exhumer
ex-husband {n} (a former husband)  :: ex-mari {m}
exigent {adj} /ˈɛk.sɪ.dʒənt/  :: exigeant, urgent, pressant
exile {n} /ˈɛɡˌzaɪl/ (the state of being banished from one's home or country)  :: exil {m}
exile {n} (someone who is banished from one's home or country)  :: exilé
exine {n} (outer layer of a pollen grain or spore)  :: exine {f}
exist {v} /ɪɡˈzɪst/ (to be)  :: exister
existence {n} /ɛɡ.ˈzɪ.stɛnts/ (the state of being, existing, or occurring)  :: existence {f}
existent {adj} (existing; having life or being, current; occurring now)  :: existant
existential {adj}  :: existentiel {m}
existentialism {n} /ˌɛɡzɪˈstɛnʃəlɪzəm/ (philosophical movement)  :: existentialisme {m}
existentialist {n} (a person who adheres to the philosophy of existentialism)  :: existentialiste {m} {f}
existential quantifier {n} (operator used in predicate calculus)  :: quantificateur existentiel
existing {adj} /ɪɡˈzɪstɪŋ/ (that exists)  :: existant
exit {n} (action of leaving)  :: sortie {f}
exit {n} /ˈɛɡzɪt/ (way out)  :: sortie {f}
exit {n} (passage from inside to outside)  :: sortie {f}
exit {n}  :: sortie {f}, issue {f}
exit {v} (go out)  :: sortir
exit poll {n} (poll taken of a sample of voters as they leave a voting station)  :: sondage sortie des urnes {m}
exobiology {n} (biology dealing with extraterrestrial lifeforms)  :: exobiologie {f}
exocarp {n} (outermost layer of the pericarp)  :: épicarpe {m}
exodus {n} /ˈɛksədəs/ (sudden departure)  :: exode {m}
Exodus {prop} (book of Torah and Old Testament)  :: Exode {m}
Exodus {prop} /ˈɛksɵdəs/ (departure of Hebrew slaves)  :: Exode
exogamous {adj} (of or relating to exogamy)  :: exogamique {m} {f}, exogame
exogeography {n} (physical structure outside a particular region; terrain)  :: exogéographie {f}, exo-géographie {f}
exogeography {n} (study of physical structure and inhabitants outside the Earth)  :: exogéographie {f}, exo-géographie {f}
exolingual {adj} (pertaining to a series of utterances between two people who do not speak the same language)  :: exolingue
exon {n} (region of a gene)  :: exon {m}
exonerate {v} (to free from accusation or blame)  :: exonérer
exonerate {v} (to free from an obligation, responsibility or task)  :: exonérer
exonerate {v} /ɪɡˈzɒnəɹeɪt/ (to relieve (someone or something) of a load; to unburden (a load))  :: exonérer
exonym {n} (name used by foreigners)  :: exonyme {m}
exophthalmos {n} (abnormal protrusion of the eyeball)  :: exophtalmie {f}, proptose {m}
exoplanet {n} (planet outside Earth's solar system)  :: exoplanète
exoplanetology {n} (study of exoplanets)  :: exoplanétologie {f}
exorbitant {adj} /ɪɡˈzɔːbɪtənt/ (exceeding proper limits)  :: exorbitant
exorcise {v} (To drive out an evil spirit from a person, place or thing, especially by an incantation or prayer)  :: exorciser
exorcism {n} (ritual driving out of evil spirits)  :: exorcisme {m}
exorcist {n} (a person who practices exorcism)  :: exorciste {m} {f}
exorcize {v} (exorcise) SEE: exorcise  ::
exoskeletal {adj} (Of, or pertaining to an exoskeleton)  :: exosquelettique {m} {f}
exoskeleton {n} (hard outer structure)  :: exosquelette {m}
exosphere {n} (the uppermost layer of a planet's atmosphere)  :: exosphère {f}
exoteric {adj} /ˌɛksoˈtɛɹɪk/  :: exotérique
exotic {adj}  :: exotique {m} {f}
exotic {adj} /ɪɡˈzɑtɪk/ (foreign, with the connotation of excitingly foreign)  :: exotique
exotic atom {n} (irregular subatomic particle)  :: atome exotique {m}
exoticism {n} (the state of being exotic)  :: exotisme {m}
exotoxin {n} (any toxin secreted by a microorganism into surrounding environment)  :: exotoxine {f}
expand {v} /ɛkˈspænd/ ((transitive) to change from a smaller form/size to a larger one)  :: agrandir
expand {v}  :: élaborer, (s')éteindre
expand {v} ((intransitive) to speak or write at length or in detail)  :: élaborer
expandable {adj} (having the capacity to be expanded)  :: extensible {m} {f}
expansion {n} (act of expanding)  :: expansion {f}
expat {n} /ˈɛksˌpæt/ (An expatriate)  :: expat {m} {f}
expatiate {v} /ɛkˈspeɪʃɪeɪt/  :: parler longuement, appesentir sur quelque chose
expatriate {n} /ɛksˈpætɹɪɪt/ (person living outside own country)  :: expatrié {m}, expatriée {f}
expect {v} /ɛkˈspɛkt/ (to expect) SEE: look  ::
expect {v} (To consider obligatory)  :: attendre
expect {v} (to look for, look forward to, anticipate)  :: attendre, s'attendre à
expectancy {n} (expectation or anticipation; the state of expecting something)  :: attente {f}, espérance {f}, expectative {f}
expectation {n} /ɛkspɛkˈteɪʃən/ (act or state of expecting)  :: attente
expectation {n} (that which is expected or looked for)  :: attente
expected {adj} /ɪksˈpɛktɪd/ (anticipated; thought to be about to arrive or occur)  :: attendu
expected value {n} (weighted average of outcomes)  :: espérance mathématique {f}
expectorate {v} /ɪkˈspɛktəɹeɪt/ (to cough up fluid from the lungs)  :: expectorer
expectorate {v} (spit) SEE: spit  ::
expectoration {n} (that which is expectorated)  :: expectoration {f}
expectoration {n} (the act)  :: expectoration {f}
expediency {n} /ɛk.ˈspiː.dɪ.ən.si/ (quality of being fit or suitable to effect some desired end)  :: efficacité {f}, opportunisme {m},
expedient {adj} /ɪkˈspiːdi.ənt/ (simple, easy, or quick; convenient)  :: expédient
expedient {n} (a means for achieving an end)  :: expédient {m}
expedition {n} /ɛkspəˈdɪʃən/ (An important enterprise, implying a change of place)  :: expédition {f}
expel {v} /ɪkˈspɛl/ (to eject)  :: expulser
expel {v} (to deport)  :: déporter, expulser
expel {v} (to remove from membership)  :: expulser
expendable {adj} (able to be expended)  :: consommable {m} {f}
expendable {adj} (designed for a single use)  :: jetable {m} {f}
expendable {adj} (not essential or mandatory)  :: facultatif {m}
expendable {adj} (not worth preserving or saving)  :: sacrifiable {m} {f}
expenditure {n} (act of expending)  :: dépense {f}
expenditure {n} (amount expended)  :: dépense {f}
expense {n} /ɪkˈspɛns/ (a spending or consuming; disbursement; expenditure)  :: dépense {f}
expensive {adj} /ɪkˈspɛnsɪv/ (having a high price or cost)  :: cher {m}, chère {f}, coûteux {m}, coûteuse {f}
experience {n} (activity which one has performed)  :: expérience {f}
experience {n} (collection of events and/or activities from which an individual or group may gather knowledge)  :: expérience {f}
experience {n} /ɪkˈspɪɹ.i.əns/ (event(s) of which one is cognizant)  :: expérience {f}
experience {n} (the knowledge thus gathered)  :: expérience {f}
experience {v} (to observe or undergo)  :: éprouver
experienced {adj} /ɪkˈspɪɹ.i.ənst/ (having experience)  :: expérimenté
experience points {n} (set of points accumulated by a player character)  :: point d'expérience {m}
experiential {adj} /ɪkˌspɪɹiˈɛnʃəl/ (of, related to, encountered in, or derived from experience)  :: expérientiel {m}, expérienciel {m}
experiment {n} /ɪkˈspɛɹ.ɪ.mənt/ (test under controlled conditions)  :: expérience {f}
experiment {v} (to conduct an experiment)  :: expérimenter
experimentally {adv} (in the manner of an experiment)  :: expérimentalement
experimentation {n} (act of experimenting)  :: expérimentation {f}
experimenter {n} (person who experiments)  :: expérimentateur {m}, expérimentatrice {f}
expert {n} /ˈɛkspɚt/ (person with extensive knowledge or ability)  :: expert {m}
expertise {n} (advice or opinion of an expert)  :: expertise {f}
expertise {n} /ˌɛkspɚˈtiːs/ (great skill or knowledge)  :: compétence {f}, expertise {f}
expiation {n} (an act of atonement)  :: expiation {f}
expiatory {adj} (of or pertaining to expiation)  :: expiatoire
expiration {n} (act or process of breathing out, or forcing air from the lungs through the nose or mouth; as, respiration consists of inspiration and expiration)  :: expiration {f}
expiration {n} (coming to a close; cessation; extinction; termination; end)  :: expiration {f}
expiration {n} /ˌɛk.spəˈɹeɪ.ʃən/ (act of expiring)  :: expiration {f}
expiration {n} (emission of volatile matter; exhalation)  :: expiration {f}
expiration date {n} (expiration date) SEE: [[{{l|en|expiry date]]  ::
expire {v} (become invalid)  :: expirer
expire {v} (exhale) SEE: exhale  ::
expire {v} /ɪkˈspaɪ.ə(ɹ)/ (die) SEE: die  ::
expired {adj} (dead) SEE: dead  ::
expired {adj} (that is no longer valid)  :: expiré
expiry {n} (death) SEE: death  ::
expiry {n} /ɪkˈspaɪ.əɹ.i/ (end, termination)  :: expiration {f}
expiry date {n} (date something expires)  :: date de péremption {f}
explain {v} (excuse)  :: justifier
explain {v} /ɪkˈspleɪn/ (report)  :: expliquer
explainable {adj} (explicable) SEE: explicable  ::
explanable {adj} (explainable) SEE: explainable  ::
explanation {n} /ˌɛkspləˈneɪʃən/  :: explication {f}
expletive {adj} /ˈɛksplətɪv/  :: explétif
expletive {n}  :: explétif {m}
expletive {n} (profane, vulgar term) SEE: swear word  ::
explicable {adj} /ɪkˈsplɪkəbəl/ (able to be explained)  :: explicable
explicatable {adj} (explicable) SEE: explicable  ::
explicitly {adv} (in an explicit manner)  :: explicitement
explode {v} /ɪkˈsploʊd/ (to destroy with an explosion)  :: exploser
explode {v} (to explode (intransitive))  :: détoner, exploser
exploit {n} (computing security)  :: exploit {m}
exploit {n} /ˈɛksplɔɪt/ (heroic or extraordinary deed)  :: exploit {m}
exploit {v} (exploit) SEE: take advantage of  ::
exploit {v} (use for one’s advantage)  :: exploiter
exploitation {n} (act)  :: exploitation {f}
exploitation film {n} (A film that relies on lurid subject matter for its appeal.)  :: film d'exploitation {m}
exploiter {n} (one who exploits)  :: exploiteur {m}, exploiteuse {f}
exploration {n} (act of exploring)  :: exploration {f}
exploration {n}  :: exploration {f}
exploration {n} (physical examination) SEE: physical examination  ::
explore {v} /ɪkˈsplɔɹ/ (to examine or investigate something systematically)  :: explorer
explore {v} (to (seek) experience first hand)  :: explorer
explore {v} (to travel somewhere in search of discovery)  :: explorer
explorer {n} (any of various tools in dentistry)  :: sonde {f}
explorer {n} (person who by expedition seeks new information)  :: explorateur {m}, exploratrice {f}
explorer {n} (person who explores)  :: explorateur {m}, exploratrice {f}
explosion {n} /ɛkˈsploʊ.ʒən/ (violent release of energy)  :: explosion {f}
explosive {adj} (with the capability to, or likely to, explode)  :: explosif
explosive {n} (explosive substance)  :: explosif {m}
exponent {n} /ɛkˈspəʊnənt/ (One who expounds, represents or advocates)  :: exposant {m}
exponent {n} ((in mathematics))  :: exposant {m}
exponential {adj} /ˌɛk.spoʊ.ˈnɛn.tʃəl/  :: exponentiel
exponential function {n} (function in which an independent variable is in the form of an exponent)  :: fonction exponentielle {f}
exponential growth {n} (growth proportional to value)  :: croissance exponentielle {f}
exponentiation {n} (process)  :: exponentiation {f}
export {v} (computing: send (data) from one program to another)  :: exporter
export {v} /ˈɛks.pɔɹt/ (to sell (goods) to a foreign country)  :: exporter
export {v} (to cause to spread in another part of the world)  :: exporter
exporter {n} (person who or organization that exports)  :: exportateur {m}
exposé {n} /ˌɛkspoʊˈzeɪ/ (publication)  :: révélations {f-p}
expose {v} /ɪkˈspoʊz/ (to reveal, uncover, make visible, bring to light, introduce to)  :: exposer, dénoncer
expose {v} (to subject photographic film to light)  :: exposer
exposed beam {n}  :: poutre apparente {f}
exposition {n} /ɛkspəˈzɪʃən/ (action of putting something out to public view)  :: exposition {f}
exposure {n} (gardening)  :: exposition {f}
exposure {n} /ɪkˈspoʊʒɚ/ (condition)  :: exposition {f}
exposure meter {n} (an instrument used in photography)  :: posemètre {m}
express {v} /ɪkˈspɹɛs/ (to convey meaning)  :: exprimer
express {v} (to excrete or cause to excrete)  :: exprimer
expressible {adj} (able to be expressed)  :: exprimable
expression {n} (colloquialism or idiom)  :: expression {f}
expression {n} ((computing) a piece of code in a high-level language that returns a value)  :: expression {f}
expression {n} (facial appearance)  :: expression {f}
expression {n} /ɪkˈspɹɛʃ.ən/ (particular way of phrasing an idea)  :: expression {f}
expression {n} (mathematics: arrangement of symbols)  :: expression {f}
expression {n} (process of translating a gene into a protein)  :: expression
expressionism {n} (movement in the arts)  :: expressionnisme {m}
expressive {adj} (effectively conveying feeling)  :: expressif {m}
expressively {adv} (in expressive manner)  :: expressivement
express train {n} (a train making limited stops)  :: train express {m}, rapide {m}
expressway {n} (freeway) SEE: freeway  ::
expressway {n} (US: divided highway)  :: autoroute {f}
expropriate {v} (to deprive a person of their property)  :: exproprier
expropriation {n} (act of expropriating)  :: expropriation {f}
expulsion {n} /ɪkˈspʌlʃən/ (the act of expelling or the state of being expelled)  :: expulsion {f}
expunge {v} /ɛks.ˈpʌndʒ/ (to erase or strike out)  :: effacer
expunge {v} (to eliminate)  :: éliminer
expurgate {v} /ˈɛks.pɚ.ɡeɪt/ (to cleanse, to purge)  :: expurger
exquisite {adj} /ɪkˈskwɪzɪt/ (especially fine)  :: exquis
exquisite {n} (fop, dandy) SEE: fop  ::
exsanguine {adj} (Lacking blood)  :: exsangue {m} {f}
extant {adj} /ˈɛkstənt/ (still in existence)  :: existant
extend {v} /ɛkˈstɛnd/ (to increase in extent)  :: étendre
extend {v} (to cause to last for a longer period of time)  :: prolonger
extension {n} (computing: file extension)  :: extension
extension {n} (computing: optional software component)  :: extension
extension {n} /ɪkˈstɛnʃən/ (act of extending or the state of being extended)  :: extension {f}
extension cord {n} (an electrical cord)  :: prolongateur {m}
extensive {adj} /ɛksˈtɛn.sɪv/ (wide)  :: étendu
extensively {adv} (to a great extent)  :: largement
extent {n}  :: étendue, {f}
extent {n} /ɪksˈtɛnt/ (space, area, volume to which something extends)  :: mesure {f}
extenuate {v} /ɪkˈstɛnjueɪt/ (lessen; palliate)  :: atténuer
extenuating circumstance {n} (fact that mitigates a crime)  :: circonstance atténuante {f}
exterior {adj} (external) SEE: external  ::
exterior {adj} /ɪkˈstɪɹiɚ/ (being from outside a country) SEE: foreign  ::
exterior {adj} (outer) SEE: outer  ::
exterminate {v}  :: exterminer, anéantir
exterminate {v} /ɪkˈstɝ.mɪ.neɪt/ (to kill all of a population)  :: exterminer
extermination camp {n} (facility built by the Nazis) SEE: death camp  ::
external {adj} (outside of something)  :: externe
externalization {n} (physical thing that typifies an abstract thing)  :: externalisation
extinct {adj} /ɪkˈstɪŋkt/ (extinguished, no longer alight (of fire, candles etc.))  :: éteint
extinction {n} /ɪkˈstɪŋkʃ(ə)n/ (the action of making or becoming extinct)  :: extinction {f}
extinct language {n} (dead language) SEE: dead language  ::
extinguish {v} /ɪkˈstɪŋ.ɡwɪʃ/ (to put out, as in fire; to end burning; to quench)  :: éteindre
extirpate {v} /ˈɛkstəpeɪt/ (to pull up by the roots)  :: déraciner, extirper
extirpate {v} (to destroy completely)  :: extirper, annihiler
extirpate {v} (to surgically remove)  :: extirper
extol {v} /ɪkˈstoʊl/ (to praise; to make high)  :: louer, faire l'éloge de
extort {v} (to wrest from an unwilling person by undue or illegal exercise of power or ingenuity)  :: extorquer
extortion {n} /ɪkˈstɔːɹʃn/ (the practice of extorting money or other property)  :: extorsion {f}
extortioner {n} (someone who extorts) SEE: extortionist  ::
extortionist {n} (someone who extorts)  :: extorqueur {m}, extorqueuse {f}
extra {adj} /ˈɛkstɹə/ (beyond what is due, usual)  :: supplémentaire
extra {adv} (to an extraordinary degree)  :: particulièrement
extra {n} (extra edition of a newspaper)  :: hors-série {m}
extra {n} (person in a play or movie with a minimal part) SEE: walk-on  ::
extra- {prefix} (outside, beyond)  :: extra-
extract {n} /ˈɛkstɹækt/ (something extracted)  :: extrait {m}
extract {n} (essence supposed to form the basis of all vegetable extracts) SEE: extractive principle  ::
extract {n} (portion of a document)  :: extrait {m}
extract {n} (solution made by drawing out from a substance)  :: extrait
extract {v} (to draw out)  :: extraire
extract {v} (to withdraw in process)  :: extraire
extraction {n} (extract obtained from a mixture or from a plant etc) SEE: extract  ::
extraction {n} (one's origin, lineage or ancestry)  :: extraction
extraction {n} (removal of a tooth from its socket)  :: extraction
extractor hood {n} (kitchen device)  :: hotte aspirante {f}
extracurricular {adj} (outside of the normal curriculum of an educational establishment)  :: parascolaire, périscolaire, extrascolaire
extradite {v} /ˈekstɹədait/ (to remove a person from one state to another by legal process)  :: extrader
extradition {n} (a formal process by which a criminal suspect is handed over to another government)  :: extradition {f}
extragalactic {adj} (originating outside of a galaxy)  :: extragalactique {m} {f}
extragalactic {adj} (originating outside of the Milky Way)  :: extragalactique {m} {f}
extrajudicial {adj} (carried out without legal authority)  :: extrajudiciaire
extralegal {adj} (occurring outside the law)  :: extralégal
extramarital {adj} (taking place outside marriage)  :: en dehors du mariage
extra-natural {adj} (supernatural) SEE: supernatural  ::
extraneous {adj} /ɪkˈstɹeɪ.ni.əs/ (not belonging to, or dependent upon, a thing)  :: étranger
extranet {n} (private computer network accessed via the Internet)  :: extranet {m}
extraordinarily {adv} (in an extraordinary manner)  :: extraordinairement
extraordinary {adj} /ɪksˈtɹɔː(ɹ)dɪˌnəɹɪ/ (not ordinary)  :: extraordinaire
extraplanetary {adj} (extraterrestrial)  :: extraplanétaire {m} {f}, extra-planétaire {m} {f}
extraplanetary {adj} (originating or located outside of a planet)  :: extraplanétaire {m} {f}, extra-planétaire {m} {f}
extrapolate {v} /ɛkˈstɹæp.ə.leɪt/ (to infer by extending known information)  :: extrapoler
extrapolate {v} (to estimate the value of a variable outside a known range)  :: extrapoler
extrapolation {n} (calculation of an estimate)  :: extrapolation {f}
extrapulmonary {adj} (beyond or outside the lungs)  :: extrapulmonaire
extrasensory {adj} /ˌɛkstɹəˈsɛnsəɹi/ (of or relating to extrasensory perception)  :: extrasensoriel
extrasensory perception {n} /ˌɛkstɹəˈsɛnsəɹi pəˈsɛpʃən/ (supposed ability to obtain information without the use of normal sensory channels)  :: perceptions extra-sensorielles {f-p}, PES
extrasolar {adj} (originating in a solar system other than ours)  :: extra-solaire {m} {f}, extrasolaire {m} {f}
extrasolar {adj} (originating outside the Solar System)  :: extra-solaire {m} {f}, extrasolaire {m} {f}
extraterrestrial {adj} /ˌɛkstɹətɚˈɛstɹi.əl/ (originating from outside of the Earth)  :: extraterrestre
extraterrestrial {n} (being originating from outside of the Earth)  :: extraterrestre {m} {f}
extraterritoriality {n} (immunity from the local laws of a certain area)  :: extraterritorialité {f}
extra time {n} (an additional period played at the end of some games of football)  :: prolongation {f}
extravagant {adj} /ɪkˈstɹævəɡənt/ (exceeding the bounds of something)  :: extravagant
extravasate {v} /ɪkˈstɹævəˌseɪt/ (to flow from a vessel)  :: extravaser
extravehicular activity {n} (work outside of spacecraft)  :: activité extravéhiculaire {f}, AEV {f}, EVA {f}, sortie extravéhiculaire {f}
Extremadura {prop} (autonomous province of Spain)  :: Estrémadure {f}, Extrémadure {f}
Extremaduran {prop} (the language of Extremadura)  :: estrémaduran {m}, extrémaduran {m}
extreme {adj} (archaic: ultimate, final or last)  :: extrême {m} {f}
extreme {adj} (drastic, or of great severity)  :: extrême {m} {f}
extreme {adj} (excessive, or far beyond the norm)  :: extrême {m} {f}, excessif {m}, excessive {f}
extreme {adj} (in the greatest or highest degree; intense)  :: extrême
extreme {adj} /ɪkˈstɹiːm/ (of a place, the most remote, farthest or outermost)  :: extrême {m} {f}
extreme {adj} (of sports, difficult or dangerous; performed in a hazardous environment)  :: extrême {m} {f}
extreme {n} (drastic expedient)  :: extrême {m}
extreme {n} (each of the things at opposite ends of a range or scale)  :: extrême {m}
extreme {n} (greatest or utmost point, degree or condition)  :: extrême {m}
extremely {adv} /ɪksˈtɹiːmli/ (to an extreme degree)  :: extrêmement, vachement (slang)
extreme sport {n} (sport)  :: sport extrême {m}
extreme unction {n} /ɛk.stɹiːm.ʌŋk.ʃən/ (sacrament)  :: extrême-onction {f}
extremism {n} (extreme ideas or actions)  :: extrémisme {m}
extremist {n} (person who holds extreme views)  :: extrémiste {m}
extremity {n} (hand or foot)  :: extrémité {f}
extremity {n} /ɪkˈstɹɛmɪti/ (furthest point)  :: extrémité {f}
extremity {n} (limb) SEE: limb  ::
extremophile {n} (organism that lives under extreme conditions)  :: extrêmophile
extrovert {adj} (one who is outgoing, sociable)  :: extraverti
extroverted {adj} (possessing the characteristic property of an extrovert)  :: extraverti
extruder {n} (machine for extruding)  :: extrudeuse {f}
extrusion {n} (manufacturing process)  :: extrusion {f}
extrusive {adj} (jutting out or extruding)  :: extrusif
extubate {v} (remove a tube from the body)  :: extuber
exuberant {adj} /ɪɡˈzuːbəɹənt/ (abundant, luxuriant, profuse, superabundant)  :: exubérant {m}, exubérante {f}
exude {v} /ɪɡˈzud/ (to give out)  :: exsuder
exult {v} /ɪɡˈzʌlt/ (rejoice)  :: exulter
exultation {n} (lively joy at success or victory)  :: exultation {f}
ex-wife {n} (a former wife)  :: ex-femme {f}
Eyak {prop} /ˈijæk/ (language)  :: eyak
eye {n} /aɪ/ (organ)  :: œil {m}
eye {n} (hole in needle)  :: chas {m}, trou {m}
eye {n} (loop of metal)  :: œillet {m}
eye {n} (mark on an animal resembling an eye)  :: œil {m}
eye {n} (of a hurricane)  :: œil {m}
eye {n} (of a potato)  :: œil {m}
eye {v}  :: examiner
eyeball {n} (ball of the eye)  :: globe oculaire {m}
eyebright {n} (any of the flowering plants of the genus Euphrasia)  :: euphraise {f}
eyebrow {n} /ˈaɪˌbɹaʊ/ (hair that grows over the bone ridge above the eye socket)  :: sourcil {m}
eyebrow pencil {n} (makeup used to define or draw on the eyebrows)  :: crayon à sourcils {m}
eye contact {n} (action of looking at another human or animal in the eye)  :: contact visuel {m}
eyecup {n} (coon eyes) SEE: coon eyes  ::
eyecup {n} (eyebath) SEE: eyebath  ::
eyedrop {n} (eye medicine)  :: gouttes oculaires {f-p}
eye for an eye {n} (compensation for an injury)  :: œil pour œil, dent pour dent
eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth {proverb} (compensation for an injury)  :: œil pour œil, dent pour dent
eyeglass {n} (a monocle)  :: monocle {m}
eyeglass {n} (eyepiece) SEE: eyepiece  ::
eyeglasses {n} (spectacles) SEE: spectacles  ::
eyehole {n} (eye socket) SEE: eye socket  ::
eyelash {n} /ˈaɪlæʃ/ (hair growing on the edge of an eyelid)  :: cil {m}
eyelet {n} /ˈaɪ.lət/ (A small hole to receive a cord or fastener)  :: œillet {m}
eyelid {n} /ˈaɪlɪd/ ((anatomy) a thin skin membrane that covers and moves over an eye)  :: paupière {f}
eyeliner {n} (makeup)  :: [France] eyeliner, ligneur {m}, [Québec] pinceau-traceur
eye MD {n} (ophtalmologist) SEE: eye doctor  ::
eye patch {n} (patch worn to cover one eye)  :: cache-œil {m}
eyepiece {n} (lens or combination of lens)  :: oculaire {m}
eye shadow {n} (makeup around the eyes)  :: ombre à paupières {f}
eyesight {n} (faculty of sight)  :: vue {f}, vision {f}
eye socket {n} (socket of eye)  :: orbite {f}, cavité oculaire {f}, orbite crânienne {f}, orbite de l'œil {f}
eyes-only {adj} (only in writing, not in speech)  :: classé
eyesore {n} (a displeasing sight)  :: horreur {f}
eye test {n} (test of vision)  :: examen de la vue {m}
Eyetie {n} (person of Italian descent) SEE: wop  ::
eye tooth {n} (canine tooth) SEE: canine tooth  ::
eyewall {n} (ring of towering thunderstorms of a cyclone)  :: mur de l'œil {m}
eyewitness {n} (person who has seen and testify about an event)  :: témoin oculaire {m}
eyot {n} /eɪt/ (islet) SEE: islet  ::
eyrie {n}  :: aire {f}
eyrie {n} /ˈɛɹi/ (bird of prey's nest)  :: nid d'aigle {m}, aire {f}
Ezekiel {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Ézéchiel
Ezekiel {prop} (male given name)  :: Ézéquiel {m}
Ezekiel {prop} (prophet)  :: Ézéquiel {m}
Ezra {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Esdras
Ezra {prop} (Jewish high priest)  :: Esdras
Ezra {prop} (male given name)  :: Esdras {m}
éminence grise {n} (a secret or unofficial decision-maker; the power behind the throne, see also: power broker)  :: éminence grise {f}