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Iași {prop} (city in Romania)  :: Jassy
I am {interj} (I'm) SEE: I'm  ::
iamb {n} /ˈaɪəm/ (a metrical foot)  :: ïambe {m}
iambic {adj} (consisting of iambs or characterized by their predominance)  :: iambique
iambic pentameter {n} (a poetic meter)  :: pentamètre iambique {m}
Iamblichus {prop} (Greek philosopher)  :: Jamblique {m}
I am blind {phrase} (I'm blind) SEE: I'm blind  ::
I am English {phrase} (I am English)  :: je suis anglais {m}, je suis anglaise {f}
I am hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry) SEE: I'm hungry  ::
I am thirsty {phrase} (I'm thirsty) SEE: I'm thirsty  ::
I am tired {phrase} (I'm tired) SEE: I'm tired  ::
I am twenty years old {phrase} (I'm twenty years old) SEE: I'm twenty years old  ::
I am ... year(s) old {phrase} (I'm ... year(s) old) SEE: I'm ... year(s) old  ::
-ian {suffix} /iːən/ (related to)  :: -ien
-ian {suffix} (belonging to)  :: -ien
-ian {suffix} (having a profession)  :: -ien
IANAL {phrase} (I am not a lawyer)  :: Jnspj
Iapetus {prop} /aɪˈæpɪtəs/ (the moon of Saturn)  :: Japet
iatric {adj} (of or pertaining to physicians)  :: iatrique
iatrogenesis {n} /aɪˌætɹoʊˈdʒɛnɪsɪs/ (any adverse effect resulting from medical treatment)  :: iatrogénèse {f}
iatrogenic {adj} /aɪˌætɹəˈdʒɛnɪk/ (induced by physician or medical treatment)  :: iatrogène {m} {f}
Iberia {prop} /aɪˈbɪəɹ.i.ə/ (region south of the Pyrenees)  :: Ibérie {f}
Iberia {prop} (ancient region of Georgia)  :: Ibérie {f}
Iberian {adj} (Native to Iberia)  :: ibérique, ibère
Iberian {n} (Native of Iberia)  :: ibère {m} {f}
Iberian Peninsula {prop} (peninsula)  :: péninsule Ibérique {f}
Iberomaurusian {adj} (of or pertaining to a population of early humans that occupied the Mediterranean littoral from Morocco to Tunisia 22,000 to 9,000 years ago)  :: ibéromaurusien
ibex {n} /ˈaɪbɛks/ (type of wild mountain goat)  :: bouquetin {m}
ibis {n} /ˈaɪ.bɪs/ (Threskiornithid)  :: ibis
Ibiza {prop} /ɪˈbiːθə/ (island)  :: Ibiza {f}
-ible {suffix} (able to be done)  :: -ible
Iblis {prop} ((Islam) Satan; the Devil)  :: Iblis {m}
IBSA {initialism} (India, Brazil, and South Africa)  :: IBAS {m}
ibuprofen {n} /ˈaɪ.bɹʊfˌən/ (pharmaceutical drug)  :: ibuprofène
-ic {suffix} (Note: these translations are a guide only. For more precise translations, see individual words ending in -ic)  :: -ique
I came, I saw, I conquered {phrase} (used to indicate a total swift victory)  :: je suis venu, j’ai vu, j’ai vaincu
I can't find my ... {phrase} (I can't find my ...)  :: je ne peux pas trouver mon ... {m}, je ne peux pas trouver ma ... {f}, je ne peux pas trouver mes ... {p}
I can't swim {phrase} (I can't swim)  :: je ne sais pas nager
ICAO {initialism} (International Civil Aviation Organization)  :: OACI {f} (Organisation de l’aviation civile internationale)
Icarianism {n}  :: icarisme {m}
Icarus {prop} /ˈɪkəɹəs/  :: Icare {m}
ice {n} /aɪs/ (water in frozen form)  :: glace {f}
ice {n} (frozen volatile chemical)  :: glace sèche {f}, glace {f}, neige {f}
ice {n} (frozen dessert)  :: glace {f}, (only water made ice) sorbet {f}, glace à l’eau {f}, (ice cream) crème glacée {f}
ice {n} (icehockey: area where game is played)  :: glace {f}
ice {v} (to freeze)  :: congeler, geler, glacer
ice {v} (to murder)  :: refroidir [slang]
ice {v} (to cover with icing)  :: glacer
ice {n} (diamond) SEE: diamond  ::
ice age {n} (period of glaciation at the poles)  :: âge de glace {m}
ice age {n} (period of extensive glaciation (glacial period))  :: période glaciaire {f}, glaciation {f}, englaciation
ice axe {n} (axe used by mountaineers to cut footholds in the ice)  :: piolet {m}
ice bear {n} (polar bear) SEE: polar bear  ::
iceberg {n} /ˈaɪsbɝɡ/ (huge mass of floating ice)  :: iceberg {m}, montagne de glace
icebox {n} /ˈʌɪsbɒks/ (box or compartment containing ice)  :: glacière {f}
icebox {n} (compartment of a refrigerator used as a freezer)  :: congélateur {m}, compartiment à glaçons {m}
icebox {n} (refrigerator) SEE: refrigerator  ::
icebreaker {n} /ˈaɪsˌbɹeɪkəɹ/ (ship designed to break through ice)  :: brise-glace {m}
ice cider {n} (fermented apple juice alcoholic beverage made from frozen apples)  :: cidre de glace {m}
ice-cold {adj} /ˈʌɪskəʊld/ (as cold as ice)  :: [objects] glacé, [weather] glacial
ice-cold {adj} (distant)  :: glacial
ice cream {n} /ˌaɪsˈkɹiːm/ (dessert)  :: crème glacée {f}, [France] glace {f}
ice cream {n} (in a cone)  :: glace {f}
ice cream maker {n} (machine used to make homemade ice cream)  :: sorbetière {f}
ice cream parlor {n} (business)  :: glacier {m}; glacerie {f}; bar laitier {m}
ice cube {n} (small piece of ice used for cooling drinks)  :: glaçon {m}, cube de glace [Canadian French]
ice dancing {n} (figure skating)  :: danse sur glace {f}
iced coffee {n} (beverage)  :: café glacé {m}
iced tea {n} (beverage)  :: thé glacé {m}, [Switzerland] thé froid {m}
ice field {n} (expanse of floating ice)  :: champ de glace {m}
ice fishing {n}  :: pêche blanche {f}
ice floe {n} (floe) SEE: floe  ::
ice hockey {n} (hockey)  :: hockey sur glace {m}, hockey {m} [North American French]
icehouse {n} (a deep cellar or outdoor building used for the storage of ice)  :: glacière
Iceland {prop} /ˈaɪs.lənd/ (country in Europe)  :: Islande {f}
Icelander {n} (a person from Iceland or of Icelandic descent)  :: Islandais {m}, Islandaise {f}
Icelandic {prop} /aɪsˈlændɪk/ (language)  :: islandais {m}
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to Iceland)  :: islandais
Icelandic {n} (Icelander) SEE: Icelander  ::
Icelandic Sheepdog {n} (Icelandic Sheepdog)  :: berger islandais {m}, berger d'Islande {m}
Icelandish {prop} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic  ::
Icelandish {adj} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic  ::
ice perry {n}  :: poiré de glace
icepick {n} (a pointed tool used for breaking ice)  :: pic à glace {m}
ice rink {n} (a surface for ice skating)  :: patinoire
ice sculpture {n} (sculpture carved from ice)  :: sculpture sur glace {f}
ice skate {n} (a light boot, fitted with a blade, used for skating on ice)  :: patin à glace {m}
ice skating {n} (the act, or the sport, of skating on ice)  :: patinage à glace {m}, patinage {m}
ice wine {n} (a sweet wine made from grapes that are harvested after being frozen on the vine)  :: vin de glace {m}
I Ching {prop} /ˌiː ˈt͡ʃɪŋ/ (Chinese classic text)  :: Yi-King
ichnography {n} (ground plan)  :: ichnographie {f}
ichthyic {adj} /ˈɪkθiːɨk/ (of, pertaining to, or like fish)  :: ichthyique
ichthyological {adj} (ichthyological)  :: ichthyologique
ichthyologist {n} (expert in ichthyology)  :: ichthyologue {m} {f}, ichtyologue {m} {f}
ichthyology {n} /ˌɪkθiˈɒlədʒi/ (branch of zoology devoted to the study of fish)  :: ichtyologie {f}, ichthyologie {f}
ichthyoplankton {n} (ichthyoplankton)  :: ichthyoplancton {m}
ichthyosaur {n} (extinct reptile)  :: ichtyosaure {m}
ichthyosis {n} /ɪkθɪˈəʊsɪs/ (disease which gives the sufferer dry scaly skin)  :: ichtyose {f}
icicle {n} /ˈaɪsəkəl/ (a spear-shape of ice)  :: stalactite {m}
icing {n} /ˈaɪsɪŋ/ (sweet glaze used for baked goods)  :: glaçage {m}
icing sugar {n} (powdered sugar) SEE: powdered sugar  ::
icky {adj} /ˈɪki/ (unpleasantly sticky; yucky; disgusting)  :: dégueulasse, dégueu [colloquial]
icky {adj} (excessively sentimental)  :: sirupeux {m}, cucul [colloquial]
icon {n} /ˈaɪ.kɑːn/ (image)  :: icône {f}
icon {n} (religious painting)  :: icône {f}
icon {n} (exemplar)  :: icône {f}
icon {n} (small picture, computer icon)  :: icon {m}
iconify {v}  :: iconifier
iconoclasm {n} (belief in, participation in, or sanction of destroying religious icons)  :: iconoclasme {m}
iconoclast {n} /aɪˈkɒnəklæst/ (one who destroys religious images or icons)  :: iconoclaste
iconoclast {n} (one who opposes orthodoxy and religion)  :: iconoclaste
iconoclast {n} (one who attacks cherished beliefs)  :: iconoclaste
iconography {n} (set of symbolic forms)  :: iconographie {f}
iconostasis {n} (a wall of icons)  :: iconostase {f}
icosahedron {n} (a polyhedron)  :: icosaèdre {m}
icosidodecadodecahedron {n} (polyhedron)  :: icosidodécadodécaèdre {m}
I could eat a horse {phrase} (very hungry)  :: j'ai une faim de loup
-ics {suffix} (fields of knowledge or practice)  :: -ique
ICU {n} (intensive care unit)  :: unité de soins intensifs, unité de traitement intensif
icy {adj} /ˈaɪsi/ (covered with ice)  :: glacé
id {n} /ɪd/ (id)  :: ça {m}
ID {n} (identification or identity documentation) SEE: ID card  ::
Idaho {prop} /ˈaɪdəhoʊ/ (US state)  :: Idaho {m}
ID card {n} (card or badge showing the official identity of the wearer)  :: carte d'identité {f}, pièce d'identité {f}
-ide {suffix} (any of a group of related compounds)  :: -ide {m}
-ide {suffix} (binary compound of a nonmetal)  :: -ure {m}
-ide {suffix} (any of a group of several elements)  :: -ide {m}
idea {n} /aɪˈdɪə/ (image formed in the mind)  :: idée {f}
idea {n} (result of mental activity)  :: pensée
ideal {adj} /aɪˈdɪəl/ (being optimal)  :: idéal
ideal {adj} (being perfect)  :: idéal, parfait
ideal {adj} (conceptual)  :: idéal
ideal {n} (a perfect standard of beauty, intellect etc.)  :: idéal {m}
ideal {n} ((algebra))  :: idéal {m}
ideal gas {n} (hypothetical gas)  :: gaz parfait {m}
ideal gas law {n} (equation of state of an ideal gas)  :: loi des gaz parfaits {f}
idealism {n} (property of a person of having high ideals that are usually unrealizable)  :: idéalisme {m}
idealism {n} (an approach to philosophical enquiry)  :: idéalisme {m}
idealist {n} (one who adheres to idealism)  :: idéaliste {m} {f}
idealist {n} (impractical person)  :: idéaliste {m} {f}
idealist {n} (unrealistic or impractical visionary)  :: idéaliste {m} {f}
idealistic {adj} (of or pertaining to an idealist or to idealism)  :: idéaliste {m} {f}
ideality {n} (quality or state of being ideal)  :: idéalité {f}
idealize {v} (transitive: to regard something as ideal)  :: idéaliser
idealize {v} (intransitive: to conceive or form an ideal)  :: idéaliser
ideally {adv} /ʌɪˈdɪəli/ (preferably)  :: idéalement
ideation {n} (synthesis of ideas)  :: idéation {f}
idée fixe {n} /ide fiks/ (idea dominating the mind)  :: idée fixe {f}
identical {adj} (bearing full likeness)  :: identique
identical {adj} (selfsame)  :: même, when preceded by le, la, or les; otherwise: identique {m} {f}
identical {adj} (of twins, such that they share the same genetic code)  :: monozygote
identically {adv} (in an identical manner)  :: identiquement
identifiable {adj} (capable of being distinguished and named)  :: identifiable
identification {n} (the act of identifying, or proving to be the same)  :: identification {f}
identification {n} (a document or documents serving as evidence of a person's identity)  :: pièce d'identité {f}
identifier {n} (formal name used in source code to refer to a variable, function, procedure, package, etc.)  :: identificateur {m}
identifier {n} (primary key)  :: identifiant {m}
identify {v} /aɪˈdɛn.tɪ.faɪ/ (to establish the identity of someone or something)  :: identifier
identify {v} (to associate oneself with some group)  :: s'identifier à
identikit {n} /aɪˈdentəkɪt/ (facial composite)  :: portrait-robot {m}
identity {n} /aɪˈdentəti/ (the sameness some individuals share to make up the same kind or universal)  :: identité {f}
identity {n} (the difference or character that marks off an individual from the rest)  :: identité {f}
identity {n} (name or persona)  :: identité {f}
identity {n} (knowledge of who one is)  :: identité {f}
identity card {n} (a card showing one's identity) SEE: ID card  ::
identity crisis {n} (crisis of personal identity)  :: crise identitaire {f}
identity matrix {n} (diagonal matrix with all diagonal elements equal to 1)  :: matrice identité {f}, matrice unité {f}
identity theft {n} (deliberate assumption of another person's identity)  :: vol d'identité
ideogram {n} /ˈɪd.i.oʊ.ɡɹæm/ (a symbol)  :: idéogramme {m}
ideograph {n} (ideogram)  :: idéographe {m}
ideographic {adj} (pertaining to an ideograph or ideography)  :: idéographique {m} {f}
ideography {n} (use of ideograms)  :: idéographie {f}
ideologic {adj} (ideological) SEE: ideological  ::
ideological {adj} (of or pertaining to an ideology)  :: idéologique
ideological {adj} (based on an ideology)  :: idéologique
ideologically {adv} (in an ideological manner; with respect to ideology)  :: idéologiquement
ideologist {n} (one who theorizes or idealizes; one who advocates the doctrines of ideology)  :: idéologue {m} {f}
ideologue {n} /ˈaɪ.di.əl.ɑɡ/ (advocate of a particular ideology)  :: idéologue {m}
ideology {n} /aɪ.di.ˈɑl.ə.dʒi/ (doctrine, body of ideas)  :: idéologie {f}
ideology {n} (study of the origin and nature of ideas)  :: idéologie {f}
ides {n} /aɪdz/ (day in the Roman calendar)  :: ides {f}
idiocracy {n} (government by idiots)  :: idiocratie {f}
idiocy {n} (state of being an idiot)  :: idiotie {f}
idiolect {n} /ˈɪdɪəʊ̆lɛkt/ (variant of a language used by a particular individual)  :: idiolecte {m}
idiom {n} /ˈɪdɪəm/ (expression peculiar to a given language)  :: idiotisme {m} , idiome
idiom {n} (manner of speaking)  :: idiome {m}
idiom {n} (language)  :: idiome {m}
idiomatic {adj} /ˌɪdi.əˈmætɪk/ (pertaining or conforming to the mode of expression characteristic of a language)  :: idiomatique {m} {f}
idiomatical {adj} (idiomatical) SEE: idiomatic  ::
idiomaticity {n} /ˈɪd.i.əʊ.məˈtɪ.si.ti/ (the quality of being idiomatic)  :: idiomaticité {f}
idiopathy {n} (a disease having no known cause)  :: idiopathie {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} /ˌɪdɪə(ʊ)ˈsɪŋkɹəsi/ (way of behaving or thinking)  :: idiosyncrasie {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} (language or behaviour particular to an individual or a group)  :: idiosyncrasie {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} ((medicine) individual reaction to a generally innocuous substance)  :: idiosyncrasie {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} (peculiarity that serves to distinguish or identify)  :: idiosyncrasie {f}
idiosyncratic {adj} (peculiar to a specific individual)  :: singulier {m}, particulier {m}, idiosyncratique
idiot {n} /ˈɪd.i.ət/ (person of low general intelligence)  :: idiot {m}, idiote {f}
idiotic {adj} /ɪd.iˈɑː.t̬ɪk/ (pertaining to or resembling an idiot)  :: idiot, stupide
idiotically {adv} (in an idiotic manner)  :: idiotement
idiotypic {adj} (Of or pertaining to an idiotype)  :: idiotypique
idle {adj} /ˈaɪd(ə)l/ (not engaged in any occupation or employment)  :: oisif
idle {adj} (averse to work or labor)  :: inactif, fainéant
idle {adj} (of no importance, worthless, useless)  :: oiseux
idle {v} (to lose or spend time doing nothing)  :: fainéanter
idleness {n} (state of being idle; inactivity)  :: oisiveté {f}, inactivité {f}
idleness {n} (state of being indolent)  :: indolence {f}
idleness {n} (groundlessness; worthlessness; triviality)  :: inutilité {f}, futilité {f}, trivialité {f}
idler {n} (one who spends his or her time in inaction)  :: fainéant {m}, fainéante {f}
idler {n} (one who is lazy; a sluggard)  :: fainéant {m}, fainéante {f}
I'd like to kiss you {phrase} (I'd like to kiss you)  :: je voudrais t'embrasser, [formal] je voudrais vous embrasser
I'd like to know {phrase} (phrase)  :: je voudrais savoir
Ido {prop} /ˈidoʊ/ (artificial language reformed from Esperanto)  :: ido {m}
idol {n} /ˈaɪd(ə)l/ (representation of anything revered)  :: idole {f}
idol {n} (cultural icon, especially popular person)  :: idole {m}
idolatry {n} /aɪˈdɑ.lə.tɹi/ (worship of idols)  :: idolâtrie {f}
idolize {v} /ˈaɪdəlaɪz/ (to make an idol of)  :: idolâtrer
idonic acid {n}  :: acide idonique {m}
I don't care {phrase} (I don't care)  :: je ne m'inquiète pas, ça m'est égal, [slang] je m’en fous
I don't drive {phrase} (I don't drive (a car, a vehicle))  :: je ne conduis pas
I don't eat fish {phrase} (I don't eat fish)  :: je ne mange pas de poisson
I don't eat meat {phrase} (I don't eat meat)  :: je ne mange pas de viande
I don't eat pork {phrase} (I don't eat pork)  :: je ne mange pas de porc
I don't know {phrase} /ɑɪ̯ ɾoʊ̯(ʔ)t̚ noʊ̯]/ (I don’t know)  :: je ne sais pas, je sais pas [informal]
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak English (specifically English))  :: je ne parle pas anglais
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak (fill with the name of the current foreign language))  :: je ne parle pas français
I don't think so {phrase} (I think that what has been said is untrue)  :: je ne pense pas, je ne crois pas
I don't think so {phrase} (sarcastic)  :: je ne crois pas
I don't understand {phrase} (I don't understand)  :: je ne comprends pas
I don't want it {phrase} (I don't want it)  :: je ne le veux pas {m}, je ne la veux pas {f}
idyll {n} /ˈaɪdɪl/ (carefree or lighthearted experience)  :: idylle {f}
idyllic {adj} /ɪˈdɪlɪk/ (of or pertaining to idylls)  :: idyllique
idyllic {adj} (happy, peaceful, picturescue)  :: idyllique
i.e. {abbr} /ˌaɪˈiː/ (that is)  :: c.-à-d., c'est-à-dire
IEC {prop} (initialism or acronym for the International Electrotechnical Commission)  :: CEI {f}
IED {n} /ˌaɪ iː ˈdiː/ (improvised explosive device, see also: improvised explosive device)  :: [rare] EEI {m}, [military in France] IED {m}
if {conj} /ɪf/ (supposing that)  :: si
if {conj} (whether)  :: si, que, soit
if and only if {conj} (implies and is implied by)  :: si et seulement si
iff {abbr} (abbreviation of if and only if)  :: ssi
iffy {adj} /ˈɪfi/ (Of dubious authenticity, legitimacy or legality)  :: louche
if I'm honest {phrase} (to be honest) SEE: to be honest  ::
if I were you {phrase} (advice introduction)  :: à votre place [formal], à ta place [informal]
if looks could kill {phrase} (used to characterize a look of strong hostility)  :: si on pouvait tuer d'un simple regard
if memory serves {phrase}  :: si ma mémoire est bonne
if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle {proverb} (proverb)  :: avec des si on mettrait Paris en bouteille, si ma tante en avait, on l'appellerait mon oncle
if need be {adv} (if necessary)  :: si besoin est, si nécessaire
if not {adv}  :: pour ne pas dire, si pas
if only {phrase} (signifies a wish)  :: si seulement, j'aurais aimé que [a sentence in subjunctive mood follows], pour peu que
if only {phrase} (even if for no other reason than)  :: ne fut-ce que, ne serait-ce que
if the mountain won't come to Muhammad {proverb} (if one cannot get one's own way)  :: si la montagne ne va pas à toi, va à la montagne
if the shoe fits {phrase} (if the shoe fits, wear it) SEE: if the shoe fits, wear it  ::
if the shoe fits, wear it {phrase} (idiomatic)  :: si le chapeau te fait, mets-le
-ify {suffix} /ɪfaɪ/ (to produce verbs meaning to make)  :: -ifier
if you can't beat them, join them {proverb} (if your adversaries are stronger than you, it is better to join their side)  :: il faut savoir hurler avec les loups [one must know how to howl with wolves]
if you know what I mean {phrase} /ɪf ju ˌnoʊ wʌt aɪ ˈmin/ (used to allude to something unsaid or hinted at)  :: si tu vois ce que je veux dire
if you want a thing done well, do it yourself {proverb} (better to do something oneself)  :: on est jamais mieux servi que par soi-même
IG {n} (Inspector General)  :: BIG (IG's Office)
Igbo {prop} /ˈiboʊ/ (language spoken by Igbo people)  :: igbo, ibo
igloo {n} /ˈɪɡluː/ (Inuit snow house)  :: igloo {m}, iglou {m}
Ignatian {adj} (of Saint Ignatius of Loyola)  :: ignatien
Ignatius {prop} (male given name)  :: Ignace
igneous {adj} /ˈɪɡni.əs/ (pertaining to, having the nature of fire)  :: igné
igneous {adj} (resulting from, or produced by, the action of great heat)  :: igné, magmatique
igneous rock {n} (one of the major groups of rock that makes up the crust of the Earth)  :: roche magmatique {f}
ignis fatuus {n} (will o' the wisp) SEE: will o' the wisp  ::
igniter {n} (device that is used to ignite something)  :: igniteur {m}
ignition {n} /ɪɡˈnɪʃən/ (the act of igniting)  :: ignition {f}
ignition {n} (system for activating combustion in an engine)  :: allumage {m}
ignoble {adj} /ɪɡˈnəʊbəl/ (not noble; plebeian; common)  :: indigne
ignoble {adj} (not honorable)  :: ignoble
ignominious {adj} /ɪɡnəˈmɪnɪəs/ (marked by shame of disgrace)  :: ignominieux
ignominy {n} /ˈɪɡnɑmɪni/ (Great dishonor, shame, or humiliation)  :: ignominie {f}
ignorable {adj} (that can be ignored)  :: ignorable
ignorance {n} /ˈɪɡnəɹəns/ (condition of being uninformed or uneducated)  :: ignorance {f}
ignorance is bliss {proverb} (Ignorance is bliss)  :: bienheureux celui qui ne connaît pas la vérité
ignorant {adj} /ˈɪɡnəɹənt/ (characterized by ignorance)  :: ignorant
Ignorantine {adj}  :: ignorantin
ignore {v} /ɪɡˈnɔɹ/ (to deliberately pay no attention to)  :: ignorer, ne pas prêter attention à, ne pas tenir compte de
iguana {n} /ɪˈɡwɑnə/ (any of several members of the lizard family Iguanidae)  :: iguane {f}
I hate you {phrase} (expression of intense dislike)  :: [informal] je te déteste, [formal or plural] je vous déteste, [informal] je te hais, [formal or plural] je vous hais
I have a cold {phrase} /aɪ hæv ə koʊld/ (I have a cold)  :: j'ai un rhume
I have a fever {phrase} (I have a fever)  :: j'ai de la fièvre
I have a headache {phrase} (I have a headache)  :: j'ai mal à la tête
I have AIDS {phrase} (I have AIDS)  :: j'ai le SIDA, je suis sidéen {m}, je suis sidéenne {f}
I have a question {phrase} (I have a question)  :: j'ai une question
I have asthma {phrase} (I have asthma)  :: j'ai de l'asthme, je fais de l'asthme
I have cancer {phrase} (I have cancer)  :: j'ai un cancer
I have diabetes {phrase} (I have diabetes)  :: j'ai du diabète, je fais du diabète
I have high blood pressure {phrase} (I have high blood pressure)  :: je fais de l'hypertension
I have low blood pressure {phrase} (I have low blood pressure)  :: je fais de l'hypotension
I have no money {phrase} (I have no money)  :: je n'ai pas d'argent
ikebana {n} (Japanese art of flower arrangement)  :: ikebana {m}
I know {phrase} (response indicating agreement with prior statement before it was made)  :: je sais, je le sais
I know you are but what am I {phrase} (assertion that an insult made by the party to whom the phrase is directed is actually true of that party)  :: c'est celui qui dit qui y est
Il Duce {prop} /il ˈdutʃeɪ/ (title assumed by Mussolini)  :: le Duce {m}
I like you {phrase} (I like you)  :: [informal] tu me plais, [formal] vous me plaisez
I live in Melbourne {phrase} (I live in Melbourne (example city))  :: j'habite Melbourne, j'habite à Melbourne, je vis à Melbourne
ill {adj} (bad) SEE: bad  ::
ill {adj} /ɪl/ (in poor health, suffering from a disease)  :: malade {m} {f}
ill {adj} (having an urge to vomit)  :: écœuré {m}, écœurée {f}
ill {adv} (not well)  :: mal
ill at ease {adj} (uncomfortable)  :: mal à l'aise
illation {n} /ɪˈleɪʃ(ə)n/ (action of concluding or inferring)  :: illation {f}
illative {n} /ɪˈleɪtɪv/ (illative case)  :: illatif
illative case {n} (case used to indicate movement into something)  :: illatif {m}
I'll call the police {phrase} (I'll call the police)  :: je vais appeler la police
illegal {adj} /ɪˈliːɡəl/ (contrary to or forbidden by law)  :: illégal
illegal {n} (illegal immigrant)  :: sans-papiers {m} {f}
illegal alien {n} (person within a state without authorization)  :: sans-papiers {m} {f}
illegal combatant {n} (one who engages in combat without meeting the Geneva Convention)  :: combattant illégal {m}
illegal immigrant {n} (immigrant who has entered a country illegally)  :: immigrant illégal {m}, immigrante illégale {f}, sans-papiers {m} {f}
illegality {n} ((law) the state of being illegal)  :: illégalité {f}
illegally {adv} (in a manner contrary to the law)  :: illégalement
illegible {adj} /ɪˈlɛd͡ʒəbəl/ (not clear enough to be read)  :: illisible, indéchiffrable, illégible (rare)
illegitimate {adj} /ɪlɨˈd͡ʒɪɾɨmɨt]/ (against the law)  :: illégitime
illegitimate {adj} (not genuine; not authorized by good usage)  :: illégitime
ill-gotten {adj} (obtained improperly)  :: mal acquis (badly, wrongly acquired)
ill-gotten gains {n} (money acquired dishonestly)  :: argent sale {m}
illiberal {adj} (restrictive to individual choice and freedom)  :: illibérale, antilibérale
illiberal {adj} (narrow-minded)  :: intolérant
illiberal {adj} (stingy)  :: ladre
illiberalism {n} (principle, state or quality of being illiberal)  :: illibéralisme, antilibéralisme
illicit {adj} /ɪˈlɪsɪt/ (lacking licitness)  :: illicite
illicit {adj} (breaking social norms)  :: illicite
illicit {adj} (unlawful)  :: illicite
Illinois {prop} /ˌɪləˈnɔɪ/ (a state of the United States of America)  :: Illinois {m}
ill-intentioned {adj} (malevolent) SEE: malevolent  ::
illiquidity {n} /ˌɪlɪˈkwɪdɪti/ (lack of liquidity)  :: illiquidité {f}
illiteracy {n} /ɪˈlɪtəɹəsi/ (inability to read and write)  :: analphabétisme, illettrisme, illittérature {f} [rare]
illiterate {adj} /ɪˈlɪtəɹət/ (unable to read and write)  :: illettré {m}, illettrée {f}, analphabète {m} {f}
illiterate {adj} (having less than an expected standard of familiarity with language and literature)  :: analphabète
illiterate {n} (an illiterate person)  :: illettré {m}, illettrée {f}, analphabète {m} {f}
ill-mannered {adj} (of or pertaining to having bad manners)  :: malappris, mal élevé
illness {n} /ˈɪl.nəs/ (an instance of a disease or poor health)  :: maladie {f}
illocution {n} (aim of speaker)  :: illocution {f}
illocutionary {adj} (of, pertaining to, or derived from illocution)  :: illocutoire
illogical {adj} (contrary to logic; lacking sense or sound reasoning)  :: illogique {m} {f}
illogically {adv} (in an illogical manner)  :: illogiquement
ill-treatment {n} (bad, unkind or abusive treatment)  :: maltraitance {f}
illuminate {v} /ɪlˈl(j)umɪneɪt/ (to shine light on something)  :: illuminer
illumination {n} (the act of illuminating, or supplying with light; the state of being illuminated)  :: illumination {f}
illumination {n} (adornment of books and manuscripts with colored illustrations)  :: enluminure
illusion {n} /ɪˈljuːʒən/ (anything that seems to be something that it is not)  :: illusion {f}
illusion {n} (magician's trick)  :: illusion {f}
illusionist {n} (one who works with illusion)  :: illusionniste {m} {f}
illusive {adj} (illusory) SEE: illusory  ::
illusory {adj} /ɪˈluːs(ə)ɹi/ (illusory)  :: illusoire
illustrate {v} /ˈɪləstɹeɪt/ (to clarify)  :: illustrer
illustrate {v} (to add explanatory or decoratory features)  :: illustrer
illustration {n} (that which illustrates)  :: illustration {f}, représentation {f}
illustration {n} (picture designed to decorate)  :: illustration {f}
illustrator {n} /ˈɪləˌstɹeɪtəɹ/ (person who draws pictures)  :: illustrateur {m}, illustratrice {f}
illustrious {adj} /ɪˈlʌs.tɹɪ.əs/ (dignified)  :: illustre
Illyrian {adj} /ɪˈlɪəɹɪən/ (of or pertaining to Illyria or Illyrians)  :: illyrien {m}, illyrienne {f}
Illyrian {n} (inhabitant of the ancient Illyria)  :: Illyrien {m}
ilmenite {n} (a weakly magnetic dark gray mineral)  :: ilménite {f}
ILO {prop} (International Labour Organization)  :: OIT
I lost my bag {phrase}  :: j'ai perdu mon sac
I lost my bag {phrase} (I lost my handbag) SEE: I lost my handbag  ::
I lost my glasses {phrase} (I lost my glasses)  :: j'ai perdu mes lunettes
I lost my handbag {phrase} (I lost my handbag)  :: j'ai perdu mon sac à main
I lost my keys {phrase} (I lost my keys)  :: j'ai perdu mes clés
I lost my wallet {phrase} (I lost my wallet)  :: j'ai perdu mon portefeuille
I love you {phrase} /aɪ lʌv juː/ (affirmation of affection or deep caring)  :: je t'aime [informal singular], je vous aime [formal or plural]
I love you {phrase} (affirmation of romantic feeling)  :: je t'aime [informal singular], je vous aime [formal and plural], je t'adore [informal singular], je vous adore [formal and plural]
I'm {contraction} /aɪm/ (I am)  :: je suis; j'ai chuis
I'm a Buddhist {phrase} (I'm a Buddhist)  :: je suis bouddhiste
I'm a Catholic {phrase} (I'm a Catholic)  :: je suis catholique
I'm a Christian {phrase} (I'm a Christian)  :: je suis chrétien {m}, je suis chrétienne {f}
I'm afraid not {phrase} (unfortunately, no)  :: malheureusement pas
image {n} /ˈɪmɪd͡ʒ/ (graphical representation)  :: image {f}
image processing {n} (information processing for graphical data)  :: traitement d'images {m}
imagery {n} (imitation work) SEE: imitation  ::
imaginable {adj} (able to be imagined; conceivable)  :: imaginable
imaginary {adj} /ɪˈmædʒɪn(ə)ɹi/ (existing in imagination)  :: imaginaire
imaginary axis {n} (mathematics)  :: axe imaginaire {m}
imaginary number {n} (number of the form bi)  :: nombre imaginaire pur {m}
imaginary part {n} (of a complex number)  :: partie imaginaire {f}
imaginary unit {n} (complex number)  :: unité imaginaire {f}
imagination {n} /ɪˌmædʒəˈneɪʃən/ (image-making power of the mind)  :: imagination {f}
imaginative {adj} (having a lively imagination)  :: imaginatif
imaginative {adj} (tending to be fanciful)  :: imaginatif
imaginative {adj} (false or imagined)  :: imaginaire
imagine {v} /ɪˈmædʒ.ɪn/ ((transitive) to form a mental image of something)  :: imaginer
imagine {v} ((transitive) to believe)  :: imaginer
imagine {v} ((transitive) to assume)  :: imaginer
imagine {v} ((transitive) to conjecture)  :: imaginer
imagine {v} ((intransitive) to use one's imagination)  :: imaginer
imagine {v} ((intransitive) to guess)  :: imaginer
I'm agnostic {phrase} (I'm agnostic)  :: je suis agnostique
I'm allergic to aspirin {phrase} (I'm allergic to aspirin)  :: je suis allergique à l'aspirine
I'm allergic to penicillin {phrase} (I'm allergic to penicillin)  :: je suis allergique à la pénicilline
I'm allergic to pollen {phrase} (I'm allergic to pollen)  :: je suis allergique au pollen
imam {n} /ˈiːmɑːm/ (Muslim leader)  :: imam {m}
imamate {n} (office or jurisdiction of an imam)  :: imamat {m}
I'm a Muslim {phrase} (I'm a Muslim)  :: je suis musulman {m}, je suis musulmane {f}
I'm an atheist {phrase} (I'm an atheist)  :: je suis athé {m}, je suis athée {f}
I'm a Protestant {phrase} (I'm a Protestant)  :: je suis protestant
I'm ashamed {phrase} (I'm ashamed)  :: j'ai honte
I'm a vegetarian {phrase} (I'm vegetarian)  :: je suis un végétarien {m}, je suis végétarienne {f}
imbalance {n} (property of not being in balance)  :: déséquilibre {m}
imbecile {n} /ˈɪmbəsɪl/ (person with limited mental capacity)  :: imbécile {m} {f}
imbecile {n} (fool)  :: imbécile {m} {f}
imbecility {n} (quality of imbecile, stupid behaviour)  :: imbécilité {f}
I'm bisexual {phrase} (I'm bisexual)  :: je suis bisexuel {m}, je suis bisexuelle {f}
I'm bleeding {phrase} (I'm bleeding)  :: je saigne
I'm blind {phrase} /aɪm ˈblaɪnd/ (I'm blind)  :: je suis aveugle
imbroglio {n} /ɪmˈbɹəʊljəʊ/ (complicated situation, entanglement)  :: embrouille {f}, sac de nœuds {m} [familiar]
imbue {v} /ɪmˈbjuː/ (to wet or stain completely)  :: imprégner
imbue {v} (to permeate or impregnate completely)  :: imprégner
I'm cold {phrase} (I'm cold)  :: j'ai froid
I'm deaf {phrase} /aɪm ˈdɛf/ (I'm deaf)  :: je suis sourd {m}, je suis sourde {f}
I'm divorced {phrase} (I'm divorced)  :: je suis divorcé {m}, je suis divorcée {f}
I'm dying {phrase} (I'm dying)  :: je meurs, je vais mourir
IMF {initialism} (International Monetary Fund)  :: FMI {m}
I'm fine {phrase} (response)  :: ça va, je vais bien
I'm fine, thank you {phrase} (expected, polite response to How are you?)  :: moi, je vais bien, merci
I'm full {phrase} (I'm full)  :: je suis gavé
I'm gay {phrase} (I'm gay)  :: je suis gay, je suis gai
I'm Hindu {phrase} (indicates that the speaker is Hindu)  :: je suis hindou {m}, je suis hindoue {f}
IMHO {phrase} (in my humble opinion)  :: àmha
I'm hot {phrase} (I'm hot)  :: j'ai chaud
I'm hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry)  :: j'ai faim
I'm in love with you {phrase} (declaration of romantic feeling)  :: je suis amoureux de toi, [formal] je suis amoureux de vous
iminodiethanol {n} (diethanolamine)  :: iminodiéthanol {m}
I miss you {phrase} (I miss you)  :: tu me manques
imitable {adj}  :: imitable
imitate {v} /ˈɪmɪteɪt/ (to follow as a model)  :: imiter
imitation {n} /ɪmɪˈteɪʃən/ (act of imitating)  :: imitation {f}
imitation {n} (copy)  :: imitation {f}
imitator {n} (one who imitates another)  :: imitateur {m}
I'm Jewish {phrase} (I'm Jewish (ethnic))  :: je suis juif {m}, je suis juive {f}
I'm Jewish {phrase} (I'm Jewish (religious))  :: je suis juif {m}, je suis juive {f}
I'm looking for a grocery store {phrase} (I'm looking for a grocery store)  :: je suis cherchant pour une épicerie
I'm looking for a job {phrase} (I'm looking for a job)  :: je cherche du travail, je suis à la recherche d'un emploi
I'm lost {phrase} (I'm lost)  :: je suis perdu, je suis perdue {f}
immaculate {adj} /ɪˈmækjəlɪt/ (having no stain or blemish, spotless, undefiled, clear, pure)  :: immaculé
Immaculate Conception {prop} (The doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church)  :: immaculée conception {f}
Immanuel {prop} (male given name) SEE: Emmanuel  ::
Immanuel {prop} (figure whose birth is foretold)  :: Emmanuel
Immanuel {prop} (this figure, regarded as Christ)  :: Emmanuel
I'm married {phrase} (I'm married)  :: je suis marié {m}, je suis mariée {f}
immaterial {adj} /ˌɪməˈtɪɹi.əl/ (having no matter or substance)  :: immatériel
immaterial {adj} (irrelevant)  :: non pertinent
immateriality {n} (the state of being immaterial)  :: immatérialité {f}
immature {adj} (not fully formed)  :: immature, [fruit] vert
immature {adj} (childish)  :: immature
immaturity {n} /ɪməˈtʃʊɹɪti/ (the state of being immature)  :: immaturité {f}
immeasurably {adv} (in a manner that is not measurable)  :: incommensurablement
immediate {adj} /ɪˈmi.di.ɪt/ (without delay)  :: immédiat
immediate {adj} (very close)  :: proche, immédiat
immediately {adv} /ɪˈmiːdi.ətli/ (in an immediate manner)  :: immédiatement, tout de suite, aussitôt
immemorable {adj} (that cannot be remembered)  :: immémorable
immense {adj} /ɪˈmɛns/ (huge, gigantic, very large)  :: immense
immerse {v} (to put under the surface of a liquid)  :: immerger
immerse {v} (to involve deeply)  :: immerger
immersed {adj} (under the surface)  :: immergé
immersed {adj} (deeply involved)  :: immergé
immersion {n} /ɪˈmɝʒən/ (the act of immersing or the condition of being immersed)  :: immersion {f}
immersion {n} (in mathematics)  :: immersion {f}
immigrant {n} /ˈɪmɪɡɹənt/ (person who comes to a country to settle)  :: immigrant {m}, immigrante {f}
immigrate {v} (to move in from another country or area)  :: immigrer
immigration {n} /ˌɪmɪˈɡɹeɪʃən/ (the act of immigrating)  :: immigration {f}
imminence {n} (state or condition of being imminent)  :: imminence {f}
imminent {adj} /ˈɪmɪnənt/ (about to happen, occur, or take place very soon)  :: imminent
immiscible {adj} (not mutually soluble, unmixable)  :: immiscible
immobile {adj} (not mobile)  :: immobile
immobiliser {n} (splint) SEE: splint  ::
immobilism {n} (political or economic inactivity)  :: immobilisme {m}
immobility {n} (the quality of not moving)  :: immobilité {f}
immobilize {v} (render motionless)  :: immobiliser
immodestly {adv} (in an immodest manner)  :: prétentieusement
immolate {v} /ˈɪm.ə.leɪt/ (kill as sacrifice)  :: immoler, sacrifier
immolate {v} (destroy)  :: immoler
immolation {n} (act of immolating)  :: immolation {f}
immoral {adj} (not moral)  :: immoral {m}, immorale {f}
immorality {n} (state or quality of being immoral)  :: immoralité {f}
immortal {adj} /ɪˈmɔɹtəl/ (not susceptible to death)  :: immortel
immortality {n} /ˌɪmɔːɹˈtæləti/ (condition of not being susceptible to death)  :: immortalité {f}
immovable property {n} (real estate) SEE: real estate  ::
immune {adj} /ɪˈmjuːn/ (protected due to innate resistance to pathogens)  :: immun
immune {adj} (of or pertaining to the immune system)  :: immunologique, immunitaire
immune system {n} (system that protects the body from foreign material and organisms)  :: système immunitaire {m}
immunity {n} /ɪˈmjuːnəti/ (the quality of being resistant to infection)  :: immunité
immuno- {prefix} (relating to the immune system)  :: immuno-
immunochemistry {n} (study of the structure of antibodies)  :: immunochimie {f}
immunocytochemistry {n} (the field of study that encompasses immunochemistry and cytochemistry)  :: immunocytochimie {f}
immunodeficiency {n} /ɪˌmjuːnəʊdɪˈfɪʃənsi/ (A depletion in the body's natural immune system)  :: immunodéficience {f}
immunoglobulin {n} (glycoprotein protecting the host)  :: immunoglobuline
immunologist {n} (person who studies immunology)  :: immunologiste
immunology {n} (branch of medicine)  :: immunologie
immure {v} (to lock up behind walls)  :: emmurer
I'm mute {phrase} /aɪm ˈmjuːt/ (I'm mute)  :: je suis muet {m}, je suis muette {f}
I'm not interested {phrase} (I'm not interested)  :: je ne suis pas intéressé {m}, je ne suis pas intéressée {f}
I'm not religious {phrase} (I'm not religious)  :: je ne suis pas religieux {m}, je ne suis pas religieuse {f}
imp {n} /ɪmp/ (demonic creature)  :: diablotin {m}
imp {n}  :: diablotin {m}, lutin {m}
impact {n} /ˈɪmpækt/ (a collision)  :: impact {m}, choc {m}, collision {f}
impact {n} (the force or energy of a collision of two objects)  :: impact {m}
impact {n} (a significant or strong influence)  :: impact
impact {v} (to influence)  :: affecter, toucher
impact crater {n} (crater formed from an impact)  :: cratère d'impact {m}
impacted {adj} (subject to dental impaction)  :: enclavée {f}, incluse {f}
impaction {n} (failure of a tooth to erupt)  :: enclavement {m}, inclusion {f}
impair {v} /ɪmˈpɛə/ (have a diminishing effect on)  :: détériorer, abîmer, affaiblir, affecter, altérer, impacter
impaired {adj} (Rendered less effective)  :: détérioré, affaibli, diminué
impairment {n} (result of being impaired)  :: handicap {m}
impala {n} /ɪmˈpɑːlə/ (African antelope)  :: impala {m}
impale {v} /ɪmˈpeɪl/ (put to death by piercing with a pale)  :: empaler
impale {v} (pierce something with any long, pointed object)  :: empaler
impalement {n} (act of torturing)  :: empalement {m}
impalpable {adj} (not perceivable)  :: impalpable
impart {v} /ɪmˈpɑːɹt/ (communicate the knowledge of)  :: donner, communiquer, transmettre
impartial {adj} /ɪmˈpɑɹ.ʃəl/ (treating all parties, rivals or disputants equally)  :: impartial
impartiality {n} (The quality of being impartial; fairness)  :: impartialité {f}
impasse {n} (road with no exit) SEE: dead end  ::
impassionate {adj} (dispassionate) SEE: dispassionate  ::
impassive {adj} /ɪmˈpæsɪv/ (Having, or revealing, no emotion)  :: impassible
impatience {n} (quality of being impatient)  :: impatience {f}
impatient {adj} /ɪmˈpeɪʃənt/ (restless and intolerant of delays)  :: impatient {m}, impatiente {f}
impatient {adj} (anxious and eager)  :: impatient
impatiently {adv} (without patience)  :: impatiemment
impeach {v} /ɪmˈpiːtʃ/ (to hinder)  :: empêcher, entraver
impeach {v} (to bring legal proceeding against public official)  :: suspendre
impeach {v} (to charge with impropriety)  :: discréditer
impeachment {n} (the act of impeaching a public official)  :: impeachment {m}
impearl {v} (decorate with pearls)  :: emperler
impeccable {adj} /ɪmˈpɛkəbəl/ (Perfect, having no faults, flaws or errors)  :: impeccable
impeccable {adj} (Incapable of wrongdoing or sin; immaculate)  :: impeccable
impecunious {adj} /ˌɪm.pəˈkjuː.ni.əs/ (lacking money)  :: impécunieux
impedance {n} /ɪmˈpiːdn̩s/ (physics, measure of opposition to flow of current)  :: impédance
impede {v} /ɪmˈpiːd/ (to get in the way of; to hinder)  :: entraver
impediment {n} /ɪmˈpɛdɪmənt/ (hindrance; that which impedes progress)  :: empêchement {m}, irritant {m}
impel {v} /ɪmˈpɛl/ (To urge a person; to press on; to incite to action or motion via intrinsic motivation)  :: motiver, inciter, pousser
impel {v} (To drive forward; to propel an object)  :: propulser, éjecter, pousser
impending {adj} /ɪmˈpɛndɪŋ/ (about to happen)  :: imminent
impenetrable {adj} (not penetrable)  :: impénétrable
imperative {adj} /ɪmˈpɛɹ.ə.tɪv/ (essential)  :: impératif, essentiel, indispensable
imperative {n} (essential action)  :: impératif {m}
imperative {n} (imperative mood) SEE: imperative mood  ::
imperative mood {n} (imperative mood)  :: impératif {m}
imperceptible {adj} (not perceptible)  :: imperceptible
imperceptibly {adv} (not noticeably)  :: imperceptiblement
imperfect {n} /ɪmˈpɝːfɪkt/ (past tense)  :: imparfait {m}
imperfect {adj} (unisexual) SEE: unisexual  ::
imperfective {adj} (related to the imperfective aspect)  :: imperfectif
imperfective aspect {n} (grammatical term)  :: imperfectif {m}
imperfectly {adv} (in an imperfect manner)  :: imparfaitement
Imperia {prop} (town and province)  :: Imperia
imperial {adj} (related to an empire)  :: impérial {m}
imperial {adj} (related to the British measurement system)  :: impérial {m}
imperial {adj} (very grand)  :: royal {m}
imperial {adj} (excellent, superior)  :: impérial {m}
Imperial Flanders {prop} (part of Flanders)  :: Flandre impériale
imperialism {n} (the policy of extending power, by force)  :: impérialisme {m}
imperialistic {adj} /ɪmˌpɪɹi.əˈlɪstɪk/ (of or pertaining to imperialism)  :: impérialiste
imperil {v} /ɪmˈpɛr əl/ (to put in peril)  :: menacer, compromettre
imperil {v} (to risk)  :: risquer
imperious {adj} /ɪmˈpɪɹi.əs/ (domineering, overbearing)  :: impérieux
impermeability {n} /ɪmˌpɝmi.əˈbɪlɪti/ (the quality of being impermeable)  :: imperméabilité {f}
impermeable {adj} (impossible to permeate)  :: imperméable
impermeable {adj} (not allowing passage of liquids)  :: imperméable
impersonal {adj} (grammar)  :: impersonnel
impersonally {adv} (in an impersonal manner)  :: impersonnellement
imperturbability {n} (composure)  :: imperturbabilité {f}
impervious {adj} /ɪmˈpɜːvi.əs/ (unaffected or unable to be affected by)  :: immunisé, insensible,
impervious {adj} (preventative of any penetration; impenetrable, impermeable)  :: impénétrable, imperméable,
impervious {adj} (immune to damage or effect)  :: intouchable, insensible,
impetigo {n} /ɪmpɪˈtaɪɡəʊ/ (contagious bacterial skin disease)  :: impétigo {m}, gourme {f}
impetuous {adj} /imˈpɛtʃuəs/ (describing one who makes arbitrary decisions)  :: impulsif, irréfléchi
impetuous {adj} (characterized by sudden and violent force)  :: impétueux, brutal, brusque, violent
impetuous {adj}  :: impétueux, brusque
impetus {n} /ˈɪm.pə.təs/ (a force, either internal or external, that impels; an impulse)  :: élan {m}
impiety {n} (the state of being impious)  :: impiété {f}
impinge {v} /ɪmˈpɪndʒ/ (to make a physical impact on to collide, to crash (upon))  :: toucher, butter, cogner
impinge {v} (to interfere with)  :: influencer, troubler
impinge {v} (to have an effect upon; to limit)  :: agir sur
impious {adj} /ˈɪmpi.əs/ (not pious)  :: impie
impious {adj} (lacking reverence or respect, especially towards a god)  :: impie
impish {adj} /ˈɪmpɪʃ/ (mischievous)  :: espiègle {m} {f}, malicieux {m}, mutin {m}
implant {v} /ɪmˈplɑːnt/ (insert (something) surgically into the body)  :: implant {m}
implant {n} (anything surgically implanted in the body)  :: implant {m}
implantable {adj} (Capable of being implanted)  :: implantable
implantation {n} /ɪmplɑːnˈteɪʃ(ə)n/ (embryology: attachment of fertilized ovum)  :: implantation {f}
implantation {n} (physics: insertion of ions into crystal structure)  :: implantation {f}
implantation {n} (to be checked)  :: implantation {f}
implantation bleeding {n}  :: saignement d'implantation {m}
implement {n} /ˈɪmpləmənt/ (a tool)  :: instrument {m}
implement {v} /ˈɪmpləmɛnt/ (bring about)  :: appliquer, exécuter, établir
implementation {n} (process of moving an idea from concept to reality)  :: mise en œuvre {f}
implementation {n} (result of implementing something)  :: implémentation {f}
implicate {v} (to intertwine) SEE: intertwine  ::
implicate {v} (to connect or involve)  :: impliquer
implicate {v} (to have as a necessary circumstance)  :: impliquer
implication {n} /ˌɪmpləˈkeɪʃən/ (logical consequence)  :: implication
implicature {n} (An implied meaning)  :: implicature {f}
implicit {adj} /ɪmˈplɪsɪt/ (implied indirectly)  :: implicite, tacite
implicit {adj} (contained in the essential nature)  :: inhérent
implicit {adj} (unquestioning or unconditional)  :: absolu, aveugle
implied {adj} /ɪmˈplaɪd/ (suggested without being stated directly)  :: sous-entendu, implicite
implode {v} (to collapse or burst inward violently)  :: imploser
implosion {n} (action of imploding)  :: implosion {f}
imply {v} /ɪmˈplaɪ/ (to have as a consequence)  :: impliquer
imply {v} (to suggest by a logical inference)  :: impliquer
imply {v} (to express suggestively rather than as a direct statement)  :: insinuer, sous-entendre
impolite {adj} /ɪmpəˈlaɪt/ (not polite)  :: impoli, malpoli
impoliteness {n} (state of being impolite)  :: impolitesse {f}
imporosity {n} (state of being imporous)  :: imporosité {f}
import {v} /ˈɪm.pɔɹt/ (to bring in from a foreign country)  :: importer
importance {n} /ɪmˈpɔɹtəns/ (quality or condition of being important or worthy of note)  :: importance {f}
important {adj} /ɪmˈpɔːtənt/ (having relevant and crucial value)  :: important
importantness {n} (importance) SEE: importance  ::
importer {n} (a person or company who imports goods into a country)  :: importateur {m}
impose {v} /ɪmˈpoʊz/ (to establish or apply by authority)  :: imposer
impose {v} (to be an inconvenience)  :: s'imposer
imposing {adj} (magnificent and impressive because of appearance, size, stateliness or dignity)  :: imposant, impressionnant
impossibility {n} (The quality of being impossible)  :: impossibilité {f}
impossible {adj} /ɪmˈpɒsɪbəl/ (not able to be done)  :: impossible
impossible {adj} (very difficult to deal with)  :: insupportable, impossible
impossible {adj} (never happening)  :: impossible
impossibly {adv} (in an impossible manner)  :: impossiblement
impossibly {adv} (to the point of impossibility)  :: impossiblement
impossibly {adv} (contrary to what was thought possible)  :: incroyablement
imposter {n} (Someone who attempts to deceive by using an assumed name or identity or other devious disguise) SEE: impostor  ::
impostor {n} /ɪmˈpɑstɚ/ (someone who uses assumed identity)  :: imposteur {m}, impostrice {f}
impotable {adj} (not drinkable) SEE: undrinkable  ::
impotence {n} (powerlessness)  :: impuissance
impotence {n} (erectile dysfunction)  :: impuissance
impotent {adj} /ˈɪm.pə.tɪnt/ (lacking physical strength or vigor; weak)  :: impuissant {m}
impound {v} /ɪmˈpaʊ̯nd/ (to hold in the custody of a court or its delegate)  :: confisquer
impoverish {v} (to make poor)  :: appauvrir
impoverish {v} (to become poor)  :: s'appauvrir
impoverished {adj} (with no possessions or money) SEE: poor  ::
impoverished {adj} /ɪmˈpɑvəɹɪʃt/ (Reduced to poverty)  :: appauvri {m}
impoverished {adj} (Rendered poor in something)  :: appauvri {m}
impracticable {adj} /ɪmˈpɹaktɪkəb(ə)l/ (not practicable)  :: impraticable {m} {f}
impracticable {adj} (impassable)  :: impraticable {m} {f}
impractical {adj} (not practical)  :: infaisable
imprecation {n} /ˌɪm.pɹɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/ (act of imprecating, or invoking evil upon someone)  :: exécrer, maudire, lancer des imprécations contre
imprecation {n} (a curse)  :: imprécation, malédiction, exécration
imprecision {n} (lack of precision)  :: imprécision {f}
impregnable {adj} (too strong to be penetrated)  :: impénétrable
I'm pregnant {phrase} (I'm pregnant)  :: je suis enceinte
impregnatable {adj} (Which can be impregnated)  :: imprégnable
impregnate {v} /ɪmˈpɹɛɡneɪt/ (to cause to become pregnant)  :: [subject is not a person] rendre enceinte, mettre enceinte, enceinter [dated], engrosser [colloquial]
impregnate {v} (to saturate, to infuse)  :: imprégner de
impregnate {v} (to fill pores or spaces with a substance)  :: imbiber
impregnate {v}  :: féconder, inséminer
impregnate {v} (to add nutrients) SEE: fertilize  ::
impregnation {n} /ɪmpɹɛɡˈneɪʃən/ (fact or process of saturating with something)  :: imprégnation {f}
impresario {n} (a manager or producer in the entertainment industry)  :: imprésario {m}
impress {v} /ɪmˈpɹɛs/ ((transitive) affect (someone) strongly and often favourably)  :: impressionner
impressed {adj} /ɪmˈpɹɛst/ (strongly affected, especially favourably)  :: impressionné
impression {n} /ɪmˈpɹɛʃən/ (overall effect of something)  :: impression {f}
impressionism {n} (movement in art)  :: impressionnisme {m}
impressionist {n} (One who adheres to impressionism)  :: impressionniste {m} {f}
impressive {adj} /ɪmˈpɹɛsɪv/ (making, or tending to make, an impression; having power to impress)  :: impressionnant, épatant
imprimatur {n} /ˌɪm.pɹɪˈmɑ.tɚ/ (official license to publish)  :: imprimatur {m}
imprint {n} /ˈɪm.pɹɪnt/ (an impression; the mark left behind by printing something)  :: empreinte
imprint {n} (the name and details of a publisher or printer, as printed in a book etc)  :: ours {m}, pavé de l'ours {m}
imprison {v} /ɪmˈpɹɪzən/ (to put in or as if in prison; confine)  :: emprisonner, mettre en prison
imprisonment {n} /ɪmˈpɹɪzn̩.mənt/ (confinement)  :: emprisonnement {m}
improbable {adj} (not likely to be true)  :: invraisemblable
improbable {adj} (not likely to happen)  :: improbable
improbably {adv} (in an improbable manner)  :: invraisemblablement, improbablement
impromptu {adj} /ɪmˈpɹɑmptu/ (improvised)  :: impromptu
impromptu {n} (any composition, musical or otherwise, that is created on the spot without preparation)  :: impromptu {m}
improper {adj} /ɪmˈpɹɑ.pɚ/ (unsuitable to needs or circumstances)  :: impropre, inapproprié, inadapté
improper {adj} (not in keeping with conventional mores or good manners)  :: impropre, inconvenant, grossier
improper {adj} (Not properly named)  :: impropre
improv {n} (informal: improvisation)  :: impro {f}
improve {v} /ɪmˈpɹuːv/ (to make something better)  :: améliorer, amender
improve {v} (to become better)  :: s’améliorer
improved {adj} /ɪmˈpɹuːvd/ (that has been made better)  :: amélioré
improvement {n} /ɪmˈpɹuːvmənt/ (act of improving)  :: amélioration {f}
improvisation {n} (act or art of composing and rendering music, poetry, and the like, extemporaneously)  :: improvisation {f}
improvisation {n} (that which is improvised; an impromptu)  :: improvisation
improvise {v} /ˈɪmpɹəvaɪz/ (to make something up as one goes on)  :: improviser
improvised {adj} (created by improvisation)  :: improvisé
improvised explosive device {n} (explosive weapon, see also: IED)  :: [Canada] dispositif explosif improvisé {m}; [France] engin explosif improvisé {m}, engin explosif de circonstance {m}
impudence {n} /ˈɪmpjədəns/  :: impudence {f}
impudent {adj} /ˈɪmpjədənt/ (Not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced)  :: impudent, impertinent
impudently {adv} (shamelessly) SEE: shamelessly  ::
impugn {v} /ɪmˈpjuːn/ (To assault, attack)  :: attaquer
impugn {v} (To verbally assault, especially to argue against an opinion, motive, or action)  :: contredire
impugn {v} (question the validity of)  :: contester
impulse {n} /ˈɪmpʌls/ (sudden force that impels)  :: impulsion
impulse response {n} (output from a brief input signal)  :: réponse impulsionnelle {f}
impulsive {adj}  :: impulsif
impulsiveness {n} (the quality of being impulsive)  :: impulsivité {f}
impulsivity {n} (impulsivity)  :: impulsivité {f}
impunity {n} /ɪmˈpjuːnɪti/ (exemption from punishment)  :: impunité {f}
impunity {n} (freedom from punishment or retribution; security from any reprisal or injurious consequences of an action, behaviour etc.)  :: impunité {f}
impure {adj} (impure)  :: impur {m}
impurely {adv} (in an impure manner)  :: impurement
impure s {n} (a /s/ followed by another consonant)  :: s impur {m}
impurity {n} /ɪmˈpjɝɪti/ (the condition of being impure)  :: impureté {f}
imputation {n} /ˌɪm.pjʊˈteɪ.ʃən/ (act of imputing)  :: imputation {f}
impute {v} /ɪmˈpjuːt/ (to attribute to a cause or source)  :: imputer
impute {v} (to ascribe sin or righteousness)  :: imputer
I'm scared {phrase} (I'm scared)  :: j'ai peur
I'm sick {phrase} (I'm sick/ill)  :: je suis malade {m} {f}
I'm single {phrase} (I'm single)  :: je suis célibataire {m} {f}
I'm sorry {phrase} (I'm sorry)  :: je suis désolé {m}, je suis désolée {f}, pardon [apology]
I'm straight {phrase} (I'm straight)  :: je suis hétéro
I'm thirsty {phrase} (I need a drink)  :: j'ai soif
I'm tired {phrase} (I am tired (in need of rest or sleep))  :: je suis fatigué {m}, je suis fatiguée {f}
I'm twenty years old {phrase} (I am twenty years old)  :: j'ai vingt ans
I must go {phrase} (I must go)  :: je dois y aller
I'm ... year(s) old {phrase} (I am ... year(s) old)  :: j'ai ... ans
in {prep} /ɪn/ (contained by)  :: dans
in {prep} (surrounded by)  :: dans, en
in {prep} (part, member of)  :: en
in {prep} (pertaining to)  :: en
in {prep} (after a period of time)  :: dans
in {prep} (within a certain elapsed time)  :: en
in {prep} (by the virtue of)  :: en
in {prep} (into)  :: dans
in {prep} (during)  :: dans (for weeks), en (for months), en (for years), dans (for centuries)
in {prep} (language, script, or tone)  :: en [language]
in {adj} (in fashion, popular)  :: à la mode, in [coll.]
in- {prefix} (in, into, towards)  :: in-
in- {prefix} (reversal of meaning)  :: in-
-in' {suffix} (-ing) SEE: -ing  ::
inability {n} /ˌɪnəˈbɪlɪti/ (lack of the ability to do something; incapability)  :: incapacité {f}
in absentia {prep} (while not present)  :: par contumace
inacceptable {adj} (unacceptable) SEE: unacceptable  ::
inaccessibility {n} (quality or state of being inaccessible)  :: inaccessibilité {f}
inaccessible {adj} (not able to be accessed; out of reach; inconvenient)  :: inaccessible
inaccessible {adj} (not able to be reached; unattainable)  :: inaccessible
inaccuracy {n}  :: erreur, faute, inacuratesse, imprécision, inexactitude {f}
inaccurate {adj} /ɪnˈæ.kjʊ.ɹət/ (not accurate)  :: imprécis
inaction {n} /ɪnˈækʃən/ (want of action or activity)  :: inaction {f}
inactive {adj} /ɪnˈæktɪv/ (Not active, temporarily or permanently)  :: inactif {m}
inactivity {n} (quality of being inactive)  :: inactivité {f}
in addition {adv} (also; as well)  :: en addition, en prime, en sus
inadequate {adj} (Not adequate)  :: inadéquat
inadequately {adv} (in an inadequate manner)  :: insuffisamment
inadmissible {adj} (Not admissible)  :: inadmissible
inadmissibly {adv} (In an inadmissible way)  :: inadmissiblement
in advance {prep} (in advance) SEE: beforehand  ::
inadvertent {adj} /ˌɪnədˈvɜːtn̩t/ (not intentional)  :: involontaire {m} {f}
inadvertently {adv} (unintentionally)  :: par inadvertance
inadvisable {adj} (not advisable)  :: déconseillé
in a hurry {prep} (rushed, hurried; short of time)  :: en hâte, pressé
inane {adj} /ɪˈneɪn/ (lacking sense or meaning)  :: inepte, insensé, niais, inane
inanition {n} /ɪnəˈnɪʃən/ (Emptiness)  :: ineptie {f}, vacuité {f}
inanition {n} (A state of advanced lack of adequate nutrition, food or water, or a physiological inability to utilize them; starvation)  :: inanition {f}
inanity {n} (property of being inane)  :: inanité {f}
in a nutshell {adv} (in summary)  :: en un mot
in any case {adv} (at any rate)  :: en tout cas
in a pinch {prep} (in a difficult situation)  :: à la rigueur, à la limite
inapplicability {n}  :: inapplicabilité {f}
inappropriate {adj} /ˌɪnəˈpɹoʊpɹi.ət/ (not appropriate or suitable)  :: inapproprié, déplacé {m}, déplacé {m}
Inari Sami {prop} (language)  :: same d’Inari {m}
in a row {prep} (successively)  :: d'affilée
inasmuch as {conj} (since)  :: dans la mesure où
inasmuch as {conj} (to the extent that)  :: à la condition que
inattention {n} (want of attention)  :: inattention {f}
inattention {n} (failure of courtesy)  :: décourtoisie {f}, discourtoisie {f}
inattentive {adj} /ˌɪn.ə.ˈtɛn.tɪv/ (not paying attention)  :: inattentif
inaudible {adj} (unable to be heard)  :: inaudible
inaugural {adj} (of inauguration)  :: inaugural
inaugural {adj} (marking a beginning)  :: inaugural
inaugural {n} (an inauguration)  :: investiture {f}, inauguration {f}
inaugural {n} (formal speech)  :: discours d'investiture {m}, discours inaugural {m}
inaugurate {v} /ɪˈnɔːɡjʊɹeɪt/ (to induct into office)  :: inaugurer
inauguration {n} /ɪnɔːɡ(j)ʊˈɹeɪʃən/ (act of inaugurating)  :: investiture {f}, inauguration {f}
inauguration {n} (formal beginning)  :: inauguration {f}
in a way {prep} (to a certain degree, or in a certain sense)  :: dans un sens, d’une certaine façon
inbalance {n} (imbalance) SEE: imbalance  ::
in bed {prep} (lying on one's bed)  :: au lit
in bed {prep} (in terms of sexual prowess)  :: au lit, sexuellement
in between {prep} (between)  :: entre
in black and white {prep} (explicitly)  :: noir sur blanc
inborn {adj}  :: inné
in-box {n} /ˈɪnbɑks/ (electronic folder)  :: boîte de réception {f}
inbred {adj} /ˈɪnˌbɹɛd/ (having an ancestry characterized by inbreeding)  :: consanguin
inbreeding {n} (breeding between members of small population)  :: consanguinité {f}
in broad daylight {prep} (in blatant and visible manner)  :: au vu et au su de tous
in broad daylight {prep}  :: en pleine journée, au grand jour
incalculable {adj} (very great or numerous)  :: incalculable
incalculable {adj} (impossible to calculate)  :: incalculable
incalculably {adv} (in an incalculable manner)  :: incalculablement
in camera {adv}  :: à huis clos
incandescence {n} (emission of visible light by a hot body)  :: incandescence {f}
incandescent {n} (incandescent lamp) SEE: light bulb  ::
incandescent {adj} /ˌɪn.kænˈdɛs.ənt/ (remitting light as result of heating)  :: incandescent {m}
incandescent {adj} (shining brightly)  :: éblouissant, irradiant
incandescent {adj} (showing intense emotion)  :: resplendissant, éclatant, rayonnant, irradiant
incantation {n} /inkænˈteɪʃən/ (process)  :: incantation {f}
incantation {n} (formula)  :: incantation {f}
incapable {adj} (not being capable)  :: incapable
incapacity {n} /ˌɪnkəˈpæsɪti/ (lack of a capacity)  :: incapacité {f}
incarcerate {v} /ɪnˈkɑɹ.səˌɹeɪt/ (to lock away in prison)  :: incarcérer, imprisonner
incarceration {n} (act of confining, or the state of being confined; imprisonment)  :: incarcération {f}
incarnate {adj} (flesh-colored) SEE: crimson  ::
incarnation {n} (living being embodying a deity or spirit)  :: incarnation {f}
incarnation {n} (person or thing regarded as embodying or exhibiting some quality, idea, or the like)  :: incarnation {f}
Incarnation {prop} (doctrine that the second person of the Trinity assumed human form in the person of Jesus Christ and is fully divine and fully human)  :: incarnation {f}
in case {conj} /ɪn ˈkeɪs/ (Because event X might occur)  :: au cas où
in case of {prep} (in the event of)  :: en cas de
incendiary {adj} /ɪnˈsɛn.di.ɛɹ.i/ (capable of causing fire)  :: incendiaire
incense {n} /ˈɪnsɛns/ (A perfume often used in the rites of various religions)  :: encens {m}
incense boat {n} (vessel for incense)  :: navette
incensurable {adj} (not censurable)  :: incensurable
incentive {n} /ɪnˈsɛntɪv/ (something that motivates)  :: intérêt {m}, motivation {f}
incentive {n} (cash bonus)  :: récompense {f}
inception {n} /ɪnˈsɛpʃən/ (the creation or beginning of something)  :: commencement {m}, début {m}
incessantly {adv} /ɪnˈsɛs.ə (in a manner without pause or stop)  :: incessamment, sans cesse
incest {n} /ˈɪnsɛst/ (sexual relations between close relatives)  :: inceste {m}
incestuous {adj} (pertaining to or engaging in incest)  :: incestueux
inch {n} /ɪntʃ/ (unit of length)  :: pouce {m}
inch {n} (unspecified but very short distance)  :: poil {m}
in charge {adj} (having responsibility)  :: responsable
inchoate {adj} /ɪnˈkoʊət/ (not fully formed)  :: embryonnaire
incident {n} /ˈɪn.sɪ.dənt/ (event or occurrence)  :: incident {m}
incident {n}  :: incident {m}, fait-divers {m}, accident {m}
incidental {adj} /ɪnsɪˈdɛntəl/ (loosely associated; existing as a byproduct, tangent, or accident; being a likely consequence)  :: incidental
incidentally {adv} (In an incidental manner)  :: incidemment
incinerate {v} (destroy by burning)  :: incinérer
incineration {n} (the act of incinerating)  :: incinération {f}
incinerator {n} (furnace that burns refuse)  :: incinérateur {m}
incipient {adj} /ɪnˈsɪp.i.ənt/ (beginning, starting)  :: incipient {m}, incipiente {f}, commençant
incircle {n} (the circle within a polygon that is tangent to each side)  :: cercle inscrit {m}
incision {n} /ɪnˈsɪʒən/ (cut)  :: incision {f}
incisive {adj} /ɪnˈsaɪsɪv/ (quickly proceeding to judgment)  :: incisif
incisor {n} /ɪnˈsaɪzəɹ/ (tooth)  :: incisive {f}
incitation {n} /ɪnsɪˈteɪʃ(ə)n/  :: incitation
incite {v} /ɪnˈsaɪt/ (to rouse, stir up or excite)  :: inciter
inclination {n} /ɪn.kləˈneɪ.ʃən/  :: inclinaison {f}, tendance
inclined {adj} /ɪnˈklaɪnd/ (slanted, sloped)  :: incliné
inclined {adj} (having a tendency, preference, likelihood, or disposition)  :: enclin
inclined plane {n} (simple machine)  :: plan incliné {m}
include {v} /ɪnˈkluːd/ (to bring into as a part or member)  :: inclure, comprendre
include {v} (to contain, as part of a whole)  :: inclure, comprendre
including {prep} /ɪnˈkluːdɪŋ/ (Such as, among which)  :: y compris, dont
inclusion {n} /ɪnˈkluːʒən/ (addition or annex to a group, set or total)  :: inclusion {f}
inclusion {n} (act of including, i.e. adding or annexing, (something) to a group, set or total)  :: inclusion {f}
inclusion {n} (aggregate of stainable substances)  :: inclusion
inclusive {adj} /ɪnˈkluːsɪv/ (including (almost) everything within its scope)  :: inclusif
inclusive {adj} (of, or relating to the first-person plural pronoun when including the person being addressed)  :: inclusif
inclusive or {n} (logic, computing (noun))  :: ou inclusif {m}
incoherence {n} (quality of being incoherent)  :: incohérence {f}
incoherence {n} (something incoherent)  :: incohérence {f}
incoherent {adj} (lacking coherence, inconsistent)  :: incohérent, décousu {m}
in cold blood {prep} (in a ruthless and unfeeling manner)  :: de sang froid
income {n} /ˈɪnˌkʌm/ (Money one earns by working or by capitalising on the work of others)  :: revenu {m}, recette {f}
income bracket {n} (range of income)  :: échelle salariale {f}
income statement {n} (financial statement of net income)  :: compte de résultat {m}
income tax {n} (tax levied on income)  :: impôt sur le revenu {m}
incoming {adj} (coming in)  :: entrant
incoming {adj} (succeeding to an office)  :: entrant
incommensurable {adj} /ɪnkəˈmɛnsjʊəɹəbəl/ (having no common divisor except 1)  :: incommensurable
incommensurable {adj} (not able to be measured by same standards)  :: sans commune mesure, incommensurable
in common {prep} (shared with others)  :: en commun {m}
in common {prep} (held in joint possession)  :: en commun
incomparable {adj} (beyond comparison)  :: incomparable {m} {f}
incompatibility {n} /ˌɪnkəmˌpætɪˈbɪlɪti/ (the quality or state of being incompatible)  :: incompatibilité {f}
incompatible {adj} (impossible to coexist; irreconcilable)  :: incompatible
incompetence {n} (inability to perform)  :: incompétence
incomplete {adj} /ɪn.kəm.ˈpliːt/ (not complete)  :: incomplet
incompletely {adv} (in an incomplete manner)  :: incomplètement
incompleteness {n} (incomplete state or condition)  :: incomplétude {f}
incomplete sentence {n} (a group of words which appears to convey only part of a complete thought (grammar))  :: phrase incomplète {f}
incomprehensible {adj} /ɪnkɑmpɹəˈhɛnsɪbəl/ (impossible or very difficult to understand)  :: incompréhensible {m} {f}
incompressible {adj} (not compressible)  :: incompressible
inconceivable {adj} /ɪn.kənˈsiːv.ə.bəl/ (unable to be conceived, unbelievable)  :: inconcevable
in conclusion {prep} (as a conclusion)  :: en conclusion
incongruous {adj} /ɪŋˈkɑŋ.ɡɹu.əs/ (not matching)  :: incongru
inconsiderate {adj} /ˌɪnkənˈsɪdəɹɪt/ (not considerate of others)  :: sans-gêne, inconsidéré
inconsistent {adj} /ˌɪnkənˈsɪstənt/ (not consistent)  :: incohérent, incompatible
inconsolable {adj} (Not consolable)  :: inconsolable
inconspicuous {adj} /ˌɪn.kənˈspɪk.ju.əs/ (not prominent or easily noticeable)  :: discret {m}
inconstancy {n} (lack of constancy)  :: inconstance {f}
inconstant {adj} (not constant)  :: volubile, inconstant
incontinence {n} /ɪnˈkɒntɪnəns/ (inability to restrain discharge)  :: incontinence {f}
incontrovertible {adj} /ˌɪŋ.kɒn.tɹəˈvɜː.təbl̩/ (Not capable of being denied, challenged, or disputed; closed to questioning)  :: irréfutable, incontestable
incontrovertibly {adv} /ˌɪnˌkɑn.tɹəˈvɝ.tə.bli/ (in incontrovertible manner)  :: incontestablement, indiscutablement, indéniablement, irréfutablement
inconvenience {n} (something inconvenient or bothering)  :: dérangement {m}, désagrément {m}
inconvenient {adj} (not convenient)  :: incommode {m} {f}, inconvenant {m}
incorporate {v} /ɪŋˈkɔɹpɚeɪt/ (include as a part or ingredient)  :: incorporer
incorporate {v} (mix, blend)  :: incorporer
incorporation {n} (Act of incorporating)  :: incorporation {f}
incorporation {n} (Union of different ingredients)  :: incorporation {f}
incorporeal {adj} (having no material form or physical substance)  :: incorporel
incorrectly {adv} (in an incorrect manner)  :: incorrectement
incorrigible {adj} /ɪnˈkɒɹɨdʒɨb(ə)l/  :: incorrigible
incorrigible {n} (an incorrigibly bad individual)  :: incorrigible {m} {f}
incorrigible {adj} (unmanageable) SEE: unmanageable  ::
incorruptible {adj} (incapable of being bribed or morally corrupted)  :: incorruptible
increase {v} /ɪnˈkɹiːs/ (become larger)  :: augmenter, croître
increase {n} (act of becoming larger)  :: augmentation {f}
incredible {adj} /ɪnˈkɹɛdəbəl/ (too implausible to be credible)  :: incroyable
incredible {adj} (amazing)  :: incroyable
incredible {adj} (marvellous)  :: incroyable
incredibly {adv} (In an incredible manner)  :: incroyablement
incredibly {adv} (To a great extent; extremely)  :: incroyablement
incredibly {adv} (used to indicate surprising nature of a true statement)  :: incroyablement
incredulity {n} /ˌɪnkɹɪˈdjuːlɪti/ (unwillingness to believe; doubt about the truth of something)  :: incrédulité
incredulity {n} (religious disbelief)  :: incrédulité
incredulous {adj} /ɪnˈkɹɛdjʊləs/ (Skeptical, disbelieving)  :: incrédule
incredulousness {n} (incredulity) SEE: incredulity  ::
increment {v} (To increase in steps)  :: incrémenter
incriminating {adj} (causing, showing, or proving that one is guilty of wrongdoing)  :: compromettant
incubate {v} /ˈɪŋkjʊbeɪt/ (To brood, raise, or maintain eggs, organisms, or living tissue)  :: incuber
incubation {n} (development of a disease from its causes, or its period of incubation)  :: incubation {f}
incubation period {n} (time between exposure and symptoms)  :: période d'incubation {f}
incubator {n} /ɪn.kjuːˈbeɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (chemistry: apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a reaction)  :: incubateur {m}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a newborn baby)  :: incubateur {m}, couveuse {f}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for the hatching of eggs)  :: couveuse {f}
incubator {n} (place to maintain the culturing of bacteria at a steady temperature)  :: incubateur {m}
incubus {n} /ˈɪŋ.kjʊ.bəs/ (an evil spirit)  :: incube {m}
incubus {n} (a nightmare)  :: cauchemar {m}, terreurs nocturnes, incube {m}
incubus {n} (oppressive thing or person; a burden)  :: fardeau, boulet, croix, tyran, sangsue, vampire
inculcate {v} /ˈɪn.kʌl.keɪt/ (teach by repeated instruction)  :: inculquer
inculpable {adj} (not culpable)  :: non coupable
incumbent {adj} /ɪnˈkʌmbənt/ (being the current holder of an office)  :: en titre, titulaire
incumbent {n} (current holder of an office)  :: titulaire {m}
incunable {n} /ɪnˈkjuːnəbəl/ (very early printed book, specifically one printed before 1501; an incunabulum)  :: incunable
incunabulum {n} /ˌɪn.kjʊˈnæb.jʊ.ləm/ (book, single sheet, or image that was printed before the year 1501 in Europe)  :: incunable {m}
incur {v} /ɪnˈkɝ/ (to expose oneself to something inconvenient)  :: s'exposer à, encourir, s'attirer, subir
incur {v} (to render liable or subject to; to occasion)  :: impliquer, occasioner
incurable {adj} /ˌɪnˈkjʊɹəbl/ (unable to be cured)  :: incurable
incursion {n} (aggressive movement)  :: incursion {f}, invasion {f}
incus {n} /ˈɪŋ.kəs/ (a small anvil-shaped bone in the middle ear)  :: incus {m}
in danger {prep} (in a dangerous position)  :: en danger
in danger {prep} (exposed to risk)  :: en danger
indebted {adj} (obligated to someone)  :: endetté
indebtedness {n} /ɪnˈdɛtɪdnəs/ (state of being in debt)  :: endettement {m}
indecent {adj} (offensive to good taste)  :: indécent
indecent {adj} (not in keeping with conventional moral values)  :: indécent
indecent exposure {n} (the intentional exposure of the genitals or female nipples in public)  :: attentat à la pudeur {m}
indecently {adv} (in an indecent manner)  :: indécemment
indecipherable {adj} (not decipherable)  :: indéchiffrable
indecision {n} /ɪndɪˈsɪʒ(ə)n/ (inability to decide on a course of action)  :: indécision {f}, irrésolution {f}
indecisive {adj} /ˌɪndɪˈsaɪsɪv/ (not decisive)  :: indécis {m}, indécise {f}
indecisive {adj} (inconclusive or uncertain)  :: incertain {m}, incertaine {f}
indecisiveness {n} (condition of being indecisive) SEE: indecision  ::
indeclinable {adj} (not declinable)  :: indéclinable
indeed {adv} /ɪnˈdiːd/ (modal: truly; in fact; actually)  :: certainement, vraiment, en effet
indeed {interj} (indication of agreement)  :: bien sûr, certes, en effet
indefatigable {adj} /ˌɪndɪˈfætɪɡəbl/ (extremely persistent and untiring)  :: infatigable
indefinable {adj}  :: indéfinissable
indefinite adjective {n} (an indefinite pronoun used as a determiner)  :: adjectif indéfini
indefinite article {n} (word preceding a noun to indicate any member of the class of objects)  :: article indéfini {m}
indefinitely {adv} (For a long time, no end defined)  :: indéfiniment
indefinitely {adv} (Forever)  :: infiniment
indefinite pronoun {n} (Pronoun not specifying the identity of its referent)  :: pronom indéfini {m}
indehiscence {n} (being indehiscent)  :: indéhiscence {f}
indehiscent {adj} (botany)  :: indéhiscent
indelible {adj} /ɪnˈdɛləbl/ (difficult to delete, remove or wash away)  :: indélébile
indelible {adj}  :: indélébile
in demand {adj} (sought-after)  :: être très demandé
indemnification {n} (act or process of indemnifying)  :: dédommagement {m}
indene {n} (byciclic hydrocarbon)  :: indène {m}
indentation {n} (act of indenting or state of being indented)  :: indentation {f}
indentation {n} (act of beginning a line at a distance from the flush line)  :: indentation {f}
independence {n} /ɪndɪˈpɛndəns/ (state or quality of being independent)  :: indépendance {f}
independence {n}  :: indépendance {f}
Independence Day {n} (annual celebration)  :: jour de l'indépendance {m}
Independence Day {prop} (holiday)  :: jour de l'Indépendance {m}
independent {adj} /ɪndɪˈpɛndənt/ (not dependent; not contingent or depending on something else; free)  :: indépendant
independent clause {n} (grammar: clause that can stand alone) SEE: main clause  ::
independentist {n} /ɪndəˈpɛndəntɪst/  :: indépendantiste {m}
independentize {v} (to make independent)  :: indépendantiser
independently {adv} /ɪndɪˈpɛndəntli/ (in an independent manner)  :: indépendamment
independent variable {n} (independent variable)  :: variable indépendante {f}
in depth {prep} (thorough, comprehensive) SEE: in-depth  ::
in-depth {adj} (thorough, comprehensive)  :: en profondeur
indescribable {adj} (impossible, or very difficult to describe)  :: indescriptible
indescribable {adj} (exceeding all description)  :: indescriptible
indestructible {adj} (not destructible)  :: indestructible
in detail {adv} (with all particulars)  :: en détail
indeterminable {adj} (incapable of being ascertained)  :: indéterminable
indeterminant {n} (variable with no value assigned to it)  :: indéterminée {f}
indeterminate {adj} /ɪndɪˈtɜː(ɹ)mɪnət/ (not accurately determined)  :: indéterminé
index {n} /ˈɪndɛks/ (alphabetical listing)  :: index {m}
index {n} (economics: single number calculated from an array of prices or quantities)  :: indice
index {v} (to arrange an index)  :: indexer
index {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger  ::
index {v} (to take stock) SEE: inventory  ::
index card {n} (piece of heavy paper stock used to record information to be stored in an index)  :: fiche {f}
index finger {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger  ::
indexing {n}  :: indexation {f}
India {prop} /ˈɪndi.ə/ (the country)  :: Inde {f}
India ink {n} (ink)  :: encre de chine {f}
Indian {adj} /ˈɪndi.ən/ (of or pertaining to India)  :: indien
Indian {adj} (of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas)  :: amérindien, indien
Indian {n} (a person from India)  :: Indien {m}, Indienne {f}
Indian {n} (individual of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas)  :: Amérindien {m}, Amérindienne {f}, Indien {m}, Indienne {f}
Indiana {prop} /ˌɪndiˈænə/ (A state in the Midwest of US)  :: Indiana {m}
Indianapolis {prop} /ɪndiəˈnæpəlɪs/ (capital of the State of Indiana, USA)  :: Indianapolis
Indian fig {n} (prickly pear) SEE: prickly pear  ::
Indian ink {n} (a black ink made from lampblack)  :: encre de Chine {f}
Indian myna {n}  :: martin triste
Indian Ocean {prop} (the ocean separating Africa, southern Asia, Australia and Antarctica)  :: océan Indien {m}
Indian style {adv} (cross-legged)  :: jambes croisées {f-p}, en tailleur
Indian summer {n} (stretch of warm days in autumn)  :: été de la Saint-Martin {m} [in November], été des Indiens {m}/été indien {m} [Canada; less commonly used in France]
Indian sunburn {n} (prank)  :: brûlure indienne {f}
Indic {prop} (the Indic language group) SEE: Indo-Aryan  ::
indicate {v} /ˈɪndɪkeɪt/ (to point out; to discover; to direct to a knowledge of; to show; to make known)  :: indiquer
indication {n} /ɪndɪˈkeɪʃən/ (that which serves to indicate or point out)  :: indication {f}
indicative {adj} /ɪnˈdɪk.ə.tɪv/ (serving as a sign)  :: indicatif
indicative {adj} (of, or relating to the indicative mood)  :: indicatif
indicative {n} (the indicative mood)  :: indicatif {m}
indicative mood {n} (indicative mood)  :: indicatif {m}
indicator {n} /ɪn.dɪ.keɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (pointer)  :: indicateur {m}
indicator {n} (needle or dial on a meter)  :: aiguille {f}
indicator {n} (trafficator)  :: clignotant {m}, signofile {f} [Switzerland]
indict {v} /ˌɪnˈdaɪt/ (to accuse of wrongdoing)  :: accuser
indict {v} (to make a formal accusation or indictment)  :: inculper
indictment {n} /ɪnˈdaɪt.mənt/ (legal accusation)  :: inculpation {f}, mise en examen {f}
indictment {n} (legal document)  :: acte d'accusation {m}
Indies {prop} (West Indies) SEE: West Indies  ::
Indies {prop} (East Indies) SEE: East Indies  ::
Indies {prop} /ˈɪndiz/ (historical)  :: Indes {f-p}
indifference {n} /ɪnˈdɪf.ɹəns/ (the state of being indifferent)  :: indifférence {f}
indifferent {adj} /ɪnˈdɪf.ɹənt/ (not caring)  :: indifférent
indifferentiation {n}  :: indifférenciation {f}
indigence {n} (poverty)  :: indigence
indigenous {adj} /ɪnˈdɪdʒ.ɪ.nəs/ (born or engendered in, native to a land or region)  :: indigène {m}, aborigène {m}, autochtone {m}
indigenous {adj} (innate, inborn)  :: inné, congénital
indigestion {n} (condition caused by eating too quickly)  :: indigestion {f}
indign {adj} (unworthy) SEE: unworthy  ::
indign {adj} (disgraceful) SEE: disgraceful  ::
indignant {adj} /ɪnˈdɪɡ.nənt/ (angry, infuriated, mad, resentful)  :: indigné
indignation {n} /ˌɪn.dɪɡ.ˈneɪ.ʃən/ (anger aroused by some perceived offense or injustice)  :: indignation {f}
indignation {n} (self-righteous anger or disgust)  :: indignation {f}
indigo {n} /ˈɪndɪˌɡoʊ/ (colour)  :: indigo {m}
indigo {n} (dye)  :: indigo {m}
indigo {adj} (colour)  :: indigo
indigo bunting {n} (Passerina cyanea)  :: ministre
indirect {adj} /ˌɪndaɪˈɹɛkt/ (not direct)  :: indirect
indirect free kick {n} (soccer)  :: coup franc indirect {m}
indirect object {n} (grammatical term)  :: complément d'object indirect {m}, C.O.I. {m}
indirect speech {n} (reported speech) SEE: reported speech  ::
indiscreet {adj} (not discreet; wanting in discretion)  :: indiscret
indiscretion {n} (Want of discretion)  :: indiscrétion {f}
indiscretion {n} (Indiscreet act)  :: indiscrétion {f}
indiscriminate {adj} /ɪnˈdɪs.kɹɪm.ɪn.ət/ (Without care or making distinctions, thoughtless)  :: indiscriminé
indispensable {adj} /ɪndɪˈspɛnsəbəl/ (not dispensable)  :: indispensable
indisputable {adj} (not disputable)  :: indiscutable, incontestable, irréfutable
indissolubility {n}  :: indissolubilité {f}
indissolubly {adv} (in an indissoluble manner)  :: indissolublement
indistinctly {adv} (in an indistinct manner)  :: indistinctement
indistinguishability {n} (the state of being indistinguishable)  :: indistinguabilité {f}
indistinguishable {adj} (not distinguishable)  :: indistinguable, indistinguible
indium {n} /ˈɪndi.əm/ (metallic chemical element)  :: indium {m}
individual {n} /ˌɪndɪˈvɪd͡ʒʊəl/ (person considered alone)  :: individu {m}
individual {n} (element belonging to a population)  :: individu
individual {adj} (relating to a single person or thing)  :: individuel
individual {adj}  :: individuel {m}, individuelle {f}
individualism {n} (tendency for a person to act without reference to others)  :: individualisme {m}
individuality {n} (person) SEE: person  ::
individually {adv} (separately, independently)  :: individuellement
individual pursuit {n} (Cycling discipline)  :: poursuite individuelle {f}
indivinity {n} (absence of divinity)  :: indivinité {f}
indivisibility {n} (state incapable of being divided)  :: indivisibilité {f}
Indo- {prefix} (Relating to India or Indian)  :: indo-
Indo-Aryan {prop} (family of languages)  :: indo-aryen {m}
Indochina {prop} /ˌɪndoʊ̯ˈt͡ʃaɪ̯nə/ (region in Southeast Asia)  :: Indochine {f}
indoctrinate {v} (brainwash) SEE: brainwash  ::
indoctrinate {v} (to teach with a biased or one-sided ideology)  :: endoctriner
indoctrination {n} (act of indoctrinating)  :: endoctrinement {m}
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to languages originally spoken in Europe and Western Asia)  :: indoeuropéen {m}
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to hypothetical parent language of Indo-European language family, see also: Proto-Indo-European)  :: indoeuropéen {m}
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to hypothetical group of peoples having spread Indo-European languages)  :: indoeuropéen
indolence {n} /ˈɪndələns/ (Habitual laziness or sloth)  :: indolence {f}
indolent {adj} /ˈɪn.dəl.ənt/ (habitually lazy)  :: indolent
indolent {adj} (medicine: causing little or no physical pain)  :: indolent
indomitable {adj} /ɪnˈdɒmɪtəbl̩/ (incapable of being subdued, overcome, or vanquished)  :: indomptable
Indonesia {prop} /ˌɪndə(ʊ)ˈniːʒə/ (country)  :: Indonésie {f}
Indonesian {adj} (referring to Indonesia)  :: indonésien
Indonesian {n} (person)  :: Indonésien {m}, Indonésienne {f}, Indonésiens {m-p}, Indonésiennes {f-p}
Indonesian {prop} (language)  :: indonésien {m}, langue indonésienne {f}
indoor {adj} /ˈɪndɔɹ/ (situated in, or designed to be used in, or carried on within the interior of a building)  :: intérieur, en salle, d'intérieur
indoors {adv} /ɪnˈdɔɹz/ (in or into a building)  :: à l'intérieur
Indophilia {n} (love of India, the Indians or Indian culture)  :: indophilie {f}
Indre {prop} (département)  :: Indre
Induan {prop}  :: Indusien
indubitable {adj} /ɪnˈdubɪtəbl/ (not dubitable)  :: indubitable
indubitably {adv} /ɪnˈdu.bɪ.tə.bli/ (Undoubtedly; unquestionably)  :: indubitablement
induce {v} /ɪnˈduːs/ (to cause; persuade; force)  :: induire
inducible {adj}  :: inductible
induct {v} (to bring in as a member)  :: initier
induct {v} (to formally or ceremoniously install in an office, position, et cetera.)  :: introniser
induct {v} (to introduce into)  :: présenter
induct {v} (to draft into military service)  :: incorporer
induction {n} /ɪnˈdʌkʃən/ (the act of inducting)  :: induction {f}
induction {n} (generation of an electric current by a varying magnetic field)  :: induction {f}
induction {n} (the derivation of general principles from specific instances)  :: induction {f}
induction {n} (the development of a feature from part of a formerly homogenous field of cells)  :: induction
inductive {adj} (logical induction)  :: inductif
inductivism {n}  :: inductivisme {m}
in due course {prep} (when the time is right)  :: au moment voulu, en temps voulu, le moment venu
in due time {prep} (eventually)  :: en temps voulu
indulge {v} /ɪnˈdʌldʒ/ (to yield to a temptation)  :: céder, succomber (à la tentation)
indulge {v} (to satisfy the wishes or whims of)  :: dorloter, gâter, choyer
indulge {v} (to grant extension to payment)  :: accorder un délai de paiement
indulgence {n} /ɪnˈdʌld͡ʒəns/ (act of indulging)  :: indulgence
indulgence {n} (pardon or release from the expectation of punishment in purgatory)  :: indulgence
indulgent {adj} /ɪnˈdʌldʒənt/ (prone to indulge)  :: indulgent
induration {n} (hardness) SEE: hardness  ::
Indus {prop} /ˈɪndəs/ (the river)  :: Indus {m}
Indus {prop} (constellation)  :: Indien {m}
industrial {adj} /ɪnˈdʌstɹɪəl/  :: industriel
industrial espionage {n} (use of clandestine methods to acquire secret information for commercial advantage)  :: espionnage industriel {m}
industrialised {adj} (industrialised) SEE: industrialized  ::
industrialist {n} (person involved in the ownership or management of an industrial enterprise)  :: industriel {m}
industrialization {n} (process of social and economic change)  :: industrialisation {f}
industrialize {v} (to develop industry)  :: industrialiser
industrialized {adj} (having undergone industrialization)  :: industrialisé
industrial output {n} (what an industry produces)  :: production industrielle {f}
industrial peace {n} (absence of industrial action)  :: paix industrielle {f}
industrial relations {n} (relationship between management and workers)  :: relations industrielles
Industrial Revolution {prop} (major technological change in the late 18th and early 19th century)  :: révolution industrielle {f}
industrial tribunal {n} (type of tribunal)  :: prud'hommes
industrious {adj} /ɪnˈdʌstɹi.əs/ (hard-working and persistent)  :: industrieux, diligent
industry {n} /ˈɪndəstɹi/ (businesses that produce goods)  :: industrie {f}
Indus Valley Civilization {prop} /ɪn.dʌs væ sɪ.vɪ.laɪ.ze(ɪ).ʃʌn/ (ancient civilization)  :: civilisation de la vallée de l'Indus {f}
indweller {n} (inhabitant) SEE: inhabitant  ::
inebriate {v} (fill with sublime emotion)  :: enivrer
inedible {adj} (not edible; not appropriate, worthy, or safe to eat)  :: immangeable
I need ... {phrase} (I need ... (something))  :: j'ai besoin de/d' ..., [formal, less common] il me faut ...
I need to vomit {phrase} /aɪ nid tu ˈvɑmit/ (I need to vomit)  :: j'ai envie de vomir
ineffability {n} (quality or state of being ineffable)  :: ineffabilité {f} [rare]
ineffable {adj} /ˌɪnˈɛf.ə.bəl/ (beyond expression)  :: ineffable, innommable
ineffable {adj} (forbidden to be uttered)  :: tabou, inexprimable, sacré
inefficiency {n} (degree or measure of someone or something's lack of efficiency or effectiveness)  :: inefficacité {f}
inefficient {adj}  :: inefficace
in effigy {adj} (symbolizing)  :: effigie
inelasticity {n} (quality of not being elastic)  :: inélasticité {f}
inelegant {adj} /ɪnˈɛlɪɡənt/ (not elegant)  :: inélégant
inelegantly {adv} (in an inelegant manner)  :: inélégamment
ineligibility {n} (state or quality of being ineligible)  :: inéligibilité {f}
ineligible {adj} (not eligible; forbidden to do something)  :: inéligible
ineluctable {adj} /ɪn.ɪˈlʌk.tə.bəl/ (impossible to avoid or escape)  :: inéluctable
ineluctably {adv} (inescapable) SEE: inescapable  ::
inept {adj} /ɪnˈɛpt/ (not able to do something)  :: inepte
ineptitude {n} (the quality of being inept)  :: stupidité
inequality {n} (unfair, not equal, state)  :: inégalité {f}
inequality {n} (statement that one quantity is less (or greater) than another)  :: inéquation {f}
inequation {n} (a statement that two expressions are not the same) SEE: inequality  ::
inequitable {adj} (unfair)  :: inéquitable
ineradicable {adj} (incapable of being eradicated)  :: inéradicable
inert gas {n} (noble gas) SEE: noble gas  ::
inert gas {n} (non-reactive gas)  :: gaz inerte {m}
inertia {n} /ɪnˈɝ.ʃə/ (in physics)  :: inertie {f}
inertial {adj} (related to inertia)  :: inertiel
inertness {n} (sluggishness)  :: inertie
inescapable {adj} (cannot be avoided)  :: inévitable, inéluctable
in essence {prep} (essentially) SEE: essentially  ::
inessive {n} (inessive case)  :: inessif {m}
inessive case {n} (case used to indicate location inside something) SEE: inessive  ::
inevitable {adj} /ɪnˈɛvɪtəbəl/ (impossible to avoid or prevent)  :: inévitable
inevitable {adj} (predictable, or always happening)  :: inévitable {m} {f}
inevitably {adv} /ɪˈnɛvɪtəbli/ (in a manner that this impossible to avoid)  :: inévitablement
inevitably {adv} (as usual)  :: inévitablement
in exchange {prep} (as an exchange)  :: en échange
in exchange {prep} (to reciprocate)  :: en échange
inexcusable {adj} (not excusable)  :: inexcusable
inexcusably {adv} (in an inexcusable manner)  :: inexcusablement
inexecution {n} (failure to execute or carry out)  :: inexécution {f}
inexhaustible {adj} (impossible to exhaust)  :: inépuisable
inexistent {adj} (nonexistent) SEE: nonexistent  ::
inexorable {adj} /ɪˈnɛk.sɚ.ə.bəl]/ (Impossible to stop or prevent: inevitable)  :: inexorable
inexorably {adv} /ɪnˈɛk.sɚ.ə.bli / (in an inexorable manner; relentlessly)  :: inexorablement, impitoyablement, inévitablement, inéluctablement
inexpensive {adj} (low in price)  :: peu coûteux, bon marché
inexperienced {adj} /ɪnəkˈspɪəɹi.ənst/ (not experienced)  :: inexpérimenté
inexplicable {adj} /ˌɪn.ɪkˈsplɪ.kə.bl̩/ (impossible to explain)  :: inexplicable
inexpressive {adj} (expressionless) SEE: expressionless  ::
inexpugnable {adj} (impregnable, unconquerable)  :: inexpugnable
inextricable {adj} (impossible to untie or disentangle)  :: inextricable
inextricable {adj} (impossible to escape from)  :: inextricable
Inez {prop} (female given name)  :: Inès
in fact {prep} (actually, in truth)  :: en fait
infallibility {n} (the ability to never make a mistake)  :: infaillibilité {f}
infallible {adj} /ɪnˈfæ.lə.bəl/ (without fault or weakness; incapable of error or fallacy)  :: infaillible
infallibly {adv} (in an infallible manner)  :: infailliblement
infamous {adj} /ˈɪnfəməs/ (having a bad reputation)  :: infâme {m} {f}
infamy {n} /ˈɪnfəmi/ (the state of being infamous)  :: infamie
infant {n} /ˈɪn.fənt/ (very young human being)  :: nourrisson {m}, enfant en bas âge, poupon
infante {n} (son of the king of Spain or Portugal)  :: infant {m}
infanteer {n} (soldier) SEE: infantryman  ::
infanticide {n} /ɪnˈfæntɪsaɪd/ (the murder of an infant)  :: infanticide {m}
infanticide {n} (the murder of one's child)  :: infanticide {m}
infanticide {n} (a person who has killed a child)  :: infanticide {m}
infantilize {v} /ɪnˈfæntɪlaɪz/ (to reduce to the state of an infant)  :: infantiliser
infantilize {v} (to treat like a child)  :: infantiliser
infantry {n} /ˈɪnfəntɹi/ (soldiers who fight on foot)  :: infanterie {f}
infantry {n} (the part of an army consisting of infantry soldiers)  :: infanterie, fantassins {p}
infantry {n} (regiment of infantry)  :: régiment d'infanterie
infantry fighting vehicle {n} (an armoured combat vehicle designed to carry infantry)  :: véhicule de combat d'infanterie {m}
infantryman {n} (soldier who fights on foot)  :: fantassin {m}
infarct {n} (area of dead tissue)  :: infarctus
infarction {n} (the process which causes an infarct)  :: infarctus {m}
infarction {n} (infarct) SEE: infarct  ::
in fashion {adj} (fashionable) SEE: fashionable  ::
infatuation {n} (The act of infatuating; the state of being infatuated; folly; that which infatuates)  :: engouement {m}
infatuation {n} (An unreasoning love or attraction)  :: béguin, amourette
in favor of {prep} (in support of)  :: en faveur de
infeasible {adj} (Not feasible)  :: infaisable
infect {v} /ɪnˈfɛkt/ (to bring into contact with a substance that causes illness)  :: infecter
infect {v} (to make somebody enthusiastic about one's own passion)  :: infecter
infected {adj} (having an infection)  :: infecté
infectiology {n}  :: infectiologie {f}
infection {n} /ɪnˈfɛkʃən/ (the process of infecting)  :: infection {f}
infection {n} (uncontrolled growth of harmful microorganisms in a host)  :: infection {f}
infectious {adj} (transmitted between persons as illness)  :: infectieux
infectious {adj} (able to infect others)  :: contagieux
infectious disease {n} (disease)  :: maladie infectieuse
infectiousness {n} (state or condition of being infectious)  :: infectiosité {f}, nature infectieuse {f}
infelicitous {adj} /ˌɪn.fəˈlɪs.ɪ.təs/ (unhappy or unfortunate)  :: infortuné
infelicitous {adj} (inappropriate or awkward; not well said, expressed, or done)  :: malheureux, maladroit, inadéquat, gauche
infer {v} /ɪnˈfɝ/ ((transitive) To conclude by reasoning or deduction, as from premises or evidence)  :: déduire, inférer
infer {v}  :: déduire
inference {n} (act or process of inferring by deduction or induction)  :: inférence {f}, déduction {f}
inference {n}  :: inférence
inferior {adj} /ɪnˈfɪ(ə)ɹiɚ/ (of lower rank)  :: inférieur
inferior {adj} (located below)  :: inférieur
inferior {n} (person of lower status (noun))  :: inférieur
inferiority {n} (quality of being inferior)  :: infériorité {f}
inferiority complex {n} (a sense of inferiority)  :: complexe d'infériorité {m}, sentiment d'infériorité {m}
infernal {adj} /ɪnˈfəɹnəl/ (Of or relating to hell, or the world of the dead; hellish)  :: infernal
inferno {n} /ɪnˈfɝnoʊ/ (place or situation resembling Hell)  :: enfer {m}
inferno {n} (large fire)  :: incendie {m}, brasier {m}
infertile {adj} (not fertile)  :: stérile {m} {f}
infertility {n}  :: infertilité {f}
infeudate {v} (to invest with feudal powers)  :: inféoder
infidel {n} (non-believer)  :: infidèle {m} {f}, incroyant {m}
infidelity {n} (unfaithfulness in marriage or other moral obligation)  :: infidélité {f}
infield fly {n} (baseball)  :: chandelle intérieure {f}
infiltrate {v} /ˈɪnfəltɹeɪt/ (to surreptitiously penetrate, enter or gain access)  :: infiltrer
infiltration {n} (act or process of infiltrating)  :: infiltration {f}
infiltration {n} (substance)  :: infiltration {f}
infiltration {n} (entering secretly)  :: infiltration {f}
infimum {n} /ɪnˈfiːməm/ (element of a set)  :: infinimum {m}
infinite {adj} /ˈɪnfɪnɪt/ (figuratively, very large)  :: infini
infinite {adj} (boundless, endless)  :: infini
infinite {adj} (with plural noun: infinitely many)  :: un nombre infini de
infinite {adj} (having infinitely many elements)  :: infini
infinite loop {n}  :: boucle infinie
infinitely {adv} (endlessly)  :: à l'infini, infiniment
infinite recursion {n}  :: récursion infinie
infinitesimal {n} /ˌɪnfɪnɪˈtɛsɪməl/ (A non-zero quantity whose magnitude is smaller than any positive number)  :: infinitésimal
infinitesimal calculus {n} (Differential calculus and integral calculus considered together as a single subject)  :: calcul infinitésimal {m}
infinitesimally {adv}  :: infinitésimalement
infinitism {n} (view)  :: infinitisme {m}
infinitive {n} /ɪnˈfɪnɪtɪv/ (uninflected verb form)  :: infinitif {m}
infinity {n} (endlessness, unlimitedness, absence of end or limit)  :: infinité {f}
infinity {n} (a number that has an infinite, uncountable numerical value)  :: infinité {f}
infinity {n} (a number which is very large compared to some characteristic number)  :: infini {m}
infinity {n} (the symbol ∞)  :: infini {m}
infirm {adj} (weak; feeble)  :: infirme
infirm {v} (contradict)  :: infirmer
infirmary {n} /ɪnˈfɝməɹi/ (place where sick or injured people are cared for, especially a small hospital)  :: infimerie {f}
infirmary {n} (clinic or dispensary within another institution)  :: infirmerie {f}
infirmity {n} (feebleness)  :: infirmité {f}
in fits and starts {prep}  :: par à-coups
infix {n} /ˈɪnfɪks/ (morpheme inserted into word)  :: infixe {m}
infixation {n} /ɪnfɪkˈseɪʃən/ (addition of a infix)  :: infixation {f}
in flagrante delicto {adv} /ɪn fləˌɡɹæn.teɪ dɪˈlɪk.təʊ/ (in the act of committing a misdeed)  :: en flagrant délit
inflamed {adj} /ɪnˈfleɪmd/ (affected by inflammation)  :: enflammé
inflammable {adj} /ɪnˈflæməbəl/ (capable of burning)  :: inflammable
inflammation {n} /ɪnfləˈmeɪʃən/ (medical condition)  :: inflammation {f}
inflammatory {adj} (causing or caused by inflammation)  :: inflammatoire
inflatable {adj} (able to be inflated)  :: gonflable, pneumatique
inflatable {adj}  :: gonflable
inflatable {n} (boat that may be inflated)  :: bateau pneumatique {m}, bateau gonflable {m}
inflate {v} /ɪnˈfleɪt/ (to enlarge the volume occupied by an object)  :: gonfler, enfler
inflate {v} (to enlarge a volume)  :: se gonfler, gonfler
inflate {v} (to enlarge by filling with gas)  :: gonfler
inflated {adj} (filled with air)  :: gonflé
inflated {adj} (pompous)  :: gonflé(e)
inflation {n} /ɪnˈfleɪʃən/ (expansion or increase in size)  :: inflation {f}
inflation {n} (increase in prices)  :: inflation {f}
inflected {adj} ((linguistics))  :: flexionnel
inflection {n} /ɪnˈflɛkʃən/ (change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function)  :: flexion {f}, inflexion {f}
inflection {n} (turning away from a straight course)  :: inflexion
inflection {n}  :: point d'inflexion
inflectional {adj} (pertaining to grammatical inflection)  :: flexionnel
inflexibility {n} (quality of being inflexible)  :: inflexibilité {f}
inflexible {adj} /ɪnˈflɛksəbl̩/ (stiff, rigid)  :: inflexible
inflexibly {adv} (in an inflexible manner)  :: inflexiblement
inflict {v} /ɪnˈflɪkt/ (thrust upon, impose)  :: infliger
in flight {prep} (flying, making a flight)  :: en vol
inflorescence {n} (flower cluster)  :: inflorescence {f}
inflow {n} (a flow in)  :: afflux {m}
influence {n} /ˈɪn.flu.əns/ (power to affect, control or manipulate)  :: influence {f}
influence {n} (action exerted by a person or thing with power to cause change)  :: influence {f}
influence {v} (transitive: to exert an influence upon)  :: influencer, influer
influence {n} (action of flowing in; influx) SEE: influx  ::
influenceable {adj} (Capable of being influenced)  :: influençable
influence peddling {n} (type of corruption)  :: trafic d'influence
influential {adj} (having considerable influence)  :: influent
influenza {n} /ˌɪn.flu.ˈɛn.zə/ (an acute contagious disease of the upper airways and lungs)  :: grippe {f}
influenzal {adj} (Of or relating to influenza)  :: grippal
influx {n} /ˈɪnˌflʌks/ (inward flow)  :: influx {m}
info {n} /ˈɪnfoʊ/ (abbreviation for “information”)  :: info {f}
infopreneur {n}  :: infopreneur
in for a penny, in for a pound {proverb} /ɪn fɔɹ ə ˈpɛ.ni ɪn fɔɹ ə paʊnd/ (Expressing recognition that one must, having started something, see it through to its end, rather than stopping short thereof)  :: quand le vin est tiré, il faut le boire
in force {prep} (applicable)  :: en vigueur
inform {v} /ɪnˈfɔɹm/ (to communicate knowledge to (an)other(s))  :: informer
inform {v} (to impart information or knowledge (intransitive))  :: informer, instruire
inform {v} (to act as an informer, denounce)  :: dénoncer
inform {v} (to make known (intransitive))  :: informer
inform {v} (instruct) SEE: instruct  ::
informal {adj} /ɪnˈfɔɹm(ə)l/ (not formal or ceremonious)  :: informel
informal {adj} (not in accord with the usual regulations)  :: informel
informal {adj} (language: reflecting everyday, non-ceremonious usage)  :: informel, familier
informally {adv} (in an informal manner)  :: informellement
informant {n} /ɪnˈfɔɹmənt/ (one who relays confidential information)  :: informateur {m}, informatrice {f}
informatics {n} (branch of information science)  :: science de l'information {f}
information {n} /ˌɪnfəɹˈmeɪʃən/ (communicable knowledge)  :: renseignement {m}, informations {f-p}, information {f}
informational {adj} (giving, related to information)  :: informationnel {m}
information retrieval {n} (science of searching)  :: recherche d'information {f}
information science {n} (science)  :: sciences de l'information {f}
information system {n} (data processing system)  :: système d'information {m}
information system {n} (telecommunications system)  :: système d'information {m}
information technology {n} (the practice of creating and/or studying computer systems and applications)  :: technologie de l'information {f}, informatique {f}
information theory {n} (branch of applied mathematics)  :: théorie de l'information {f}
information warfare {n} (use of information in pursuit of an advantage over an opponent)  :: guerre de l'information {f}, infoguerre {f}
informative {adj} /ɪnˈfɔɹmətɪv/ (providing useful or interesting information)  :: instructif
informed {adj} /ɪnˈfɔɹmd/ (instructed)  :: informé
infowar {n} (information warfare) SEE: information warfare  ::
infra- {prefix} (below, beneath, inferior)  :: infra-
infrared {n} /ɪnfɹəˈɹɛd/ (infrared radiation)  :: infrarouge
infrared {adj} (having the wavelength in the infrared)  :: infrarouge
infrasound {n} (low-frequency sound waves)  :: infrason {m}, infra-son {m}
infrastructural {adj} (relating to infrastructure)  :: infrastructurel
infrastructure {n} /ˈɪnfɹəˌstɹʌk(t)ʃɚ/ (underlying base or foundation especially for an organization or system)  :: infrastructure {f}
infringe {v} (to break or violate a treaty, a law, a right etc.)  :: enfreindre
infringement {n} (violation)  :: infraction {f}
in front of {prep} (at or near the front part of)  :: devant, en face de
in front of {prep} (in the presence of someone)  :: devant
in front of {prep} (located before (something else))  :: devant, en face de
infuriate {v} /ɪnˈfjʊəɹɪət/ (to make furious or mad with anger)  :: rendre furieux, enrager
infuriating {adj} (Extremely annoying, frustrating or irritating)  :: exaspérant, rageant
infuse {v} /ɪnˈfjuz/ (to steep in a liquid)  :: infuser
infusion {n} /ɪnˈfjuːʒən/ (a product consisting of a liquid which has had other ingredients steeped in it to extract useful qualities)  :: infusion {f}
infusorium {n} (a minute aquatic creature)  :: infusoire {m}
-ing {suffix} /iːn/ (to form present participles)  :: -ant
in general {adv} (generally) SEE: generally  ::
ingeniosity {n} (quality of being ingenious)  :: ingéniosité {f}
ingenious {adj} (displaying genius or brilliance; tending to invent)  :: ingénieux
ingenious {adj} (characterized by genius; cleverly done or contrived)  :: ingénieux
ingenuity {n} /ˌɪndʒəˈn(j)uːəti/ (ability to come up with solutions to difficult problems)  :: ingéniosité {f}
ingenuous {adj} /ɪnˈdʒɛn.ju.əs/ (unsophisticated, simple)  :: ingénu {m}
ingest {v} /ɪn.dʒɛst/ (to take into, or as into, the stomach or alimentary canal)  :: ingérer
ingestion {n} /ɪnˈdʒɛstʃən/ (the action of ingesting)  :: ingestion {f}
in good hands {prep} (under guidance)  :: en bonnes mains, entre de bonnes mains
ingot {n} /ˈɪŋɡət/ (solid block of more or less pure metal)  :: lingot {m}
Ingram {prop} /ˈɪŋɡɹəm/ (male given name)  :: Enguerrand
ingrate {adj} (ungrateful) SEE: ungrateful  ::
ingratiate {v} /ɪnˈɡɹeɪ.ʃi.eɪt/ (get someone's favor, especially through flattery)  :: se faire aimer
ingratitude {n} (thanklessness)  :: ingratitude {f}
ingredient {n} /ɪnˈɡɹiːdi.ənt/ (substance present in a mixture)  :: ingrédient {m}
ingress {n} (act of entering)  :: entrée {f}
ingress {n} (door or other means of entering)  :: entrée {f}
Ingrid {prop} (female given name)  :: Ingrid
inguinal {adj} (of or pertaining to the groin)  :: inguinal
inguinodynia {n} (A pain in the groin, typically appearing after a hernia operation.)  :: inguinodynie {f}
Ingush {adj} (of, or pertaining to Ingushetia)  :: ingouche
Ingush {n} (person)  :: Ingouche {m} {f}
Ingush {prop} (Caucasian language)  :: ingouche {f}
Ingushetia {prop} /ɪŋɡʊˈʃɛtɪə/ (federal subject of Russia)  :: Ingouchie {f}
inhabit {v} /ɪnˈhæbɪt/ (to live or reside in some place)  :: habiter
inhabitable {adj} (fit to live in)  :: habitable
inhabitant {n} /ɪnˈhæ.bɪ.tənt/ (Someone or thing who lives in a place)  :: habitant {m}, habitante {f}, résident {m}, résidente {f}
inhabited {adj} (having inhabitants)  :: habité
inhalation {n} (the act of inhaling)  :: inhalation {f}
inhale {v} /ɪnˈheɪl/ (to draw air into the lungs)  :: inspirer
inhale {v} (to draw something into the nose or lungs)  :: aspirer, inhaler
inhale {v} (to eat fast)  :: ingurgiter
inhaler {n} (canister containing medicine)  :: inhalateur {m}
in hand {prep} (at one's disposal)  :: sous la main
in hand {prep} (held in the hand)  :: en main
inharmonic {adj} (disharmonious) SEE: disharmonious  ::
inharmonicity {n}  :: inharmonie
in heat {prep} (on heat) SEE: on heat  ::
inhere {v} /ɪnˈhɪə/ (To be inherent; to be an essential or intrinsic part of; to be fixed or permanently incorporated with something)  :: être inhérent à
inherent {adj} /ɪnˈhɪəɹənt/ (natural part or consequence)  :: intrinsèque, inhérent
inherently {adv} /ɪnˈhɛɹəntli/ (inherently, innately)  :: intrinsèquement
inherit {v} /ɪnˈhɛɹɪt/ (to receive property or a title by legal succession etc.)  :: hériter
inherit {v} (to come into an inheritance)  :: hériter
inheritance {n} /ɪnˈhɛɹətəns/ (that which a person is entitled to inherit)  :: héritage {m}
inheritance tax {n} (tax on the property of the deceased)  :: droits de succession {m-p}
inheritor {n} (heir) SEE: heir  ::
inhibit {v} (to hold in or hold back; to restrain)  :: inhiber
inhibition {n} (Act of inhibiting)  :: inhibition {f}
inhibition {n} (State of being inhibited)  :: inhibition {f}
inhibition {n} (Stopping or retarding a chemical reaction)  :: inhibition
inhibitive {adj} (that inhibits)  :: inhibiteur
inhibitor {n} (substance slowing a reaction)  :: inhibiteur {m}
inhibitory {adj} (that inhibits)  :: inhibiteur, inhibitoire
inhibitory {adj} (of, or relating to an inhibitor)  :: inhibiteur
inhospitable {adj} (Not offering shelter)  :: inhospitalier
inhuman {adj} /ɪnˈhjuːmən/ (of or pertaining to inhumanity)  :: inhumain
inhumane {adj} (cruel and savage, not humane)  :: inhumain {m}
inhumation {n} /ɪn.hjuːˈmeɪ.ʃən/ (The act of burial)  :: inhumation {f}
iniencephalic {adj}  :: iniencéphale
inion {n} (small protuberance on the skull)  :: inion {m}
iniquity {n} /ɪnˈɪk.wɪ.ti/ (deviation from right)  :: iniquité {f}
iniquity {n} (wrongful act)  :: iniquité {f}
initial {adj} /ɪˈnɪʃəl/ (Chronologically first, early; of or pertaining to the beginning)  :: initial
initial {adj} (Spatially first, placed at the beginning, in the first position)  :: initial
initial {n} (first letter of a word)  :: lettrine {f}, initiale {f}, première lettre {f}
initial {n} (first letters of a person's name as a unit)  :: initiale {f}
initial {n} (calligraphy: distinguished initial letter)  :: lettrine {f}
initial {n} (first part of a syllable (onset))  :: initiale {f}
initial {v} (to sign one's initial(s))  :: parapher
initialism {n} (term pronounced letter by letter)  :: sigle {m}
initialization {n} (programming: assignment of initial value of variable)  :: initialisation {f}
initialize {v} (to assign initial values to something)  :: initialiser
initialize {v} (to assign an initial value to a variable)  :: initialiser
initially {adv} (at the beginning)  :: initialement, au début, au commencement
initial public offering {n} (first offering to members of the public of stock in a company)  :: introduction en bourse {f}
initiate {n} /ɪˈnɪʃɪeɪt/ (One who has been through a ceremony of initiation)  :: initié
initiate {v} (to begin; to start)  :: commencer, démarrer, initier
initiation {n} /ɪ.nɪ.ʃi.ˈeɪ.ʃən/ (act of initiating)  :: initiation {f}
initiation {n} (form or ceremony by which a person is introduced into any society)  :: initiation {f}
initiative {n} /ɪˈnɪʃətɪv/ (a beginning; a first move)  :: initiative {f}
initiative {n} (a new development; a fresh approach to something; a new way of dealing with a problem)  :: initiative {f}
initiative {n} (the ability to act first or on one's own)  :: initiative {f}
initiator {n} (one who initiates)  :: initiateur {m}
initiatory {adj} (initial, inaugural)  :: initiatique
inject {v} /ɪnˈdʒɛkt/ (to push or pump something in)  :: injecter
inject {v} (to administer an injection to)  :: injecter
inject {v}  :: injecter
injectable {adj} (capable of being injected)  :: injectable {m} {f}
injection {n} /ɪn.ˈdʒɛk.ʃən/ (act of injecting, or something injected)  :: injection {f}
injection {n} (medicine: something injected)  :: injection {f}
injection {n} (set theory: one-to-one mapping)  :: injection {f}
injector {n} (device used to inject)  :: injecteur {m}
injector {n} (object-oriented programmin)  :: injecteur {m}
injera {n} /ɪnˈdʒɛɚɹə/ (bread made from teff)  :: injera {f}
in-joke {n} (piece of humour understood only by a group of people)  :: private joke
injunction {n} /ɪnˈdʒʌnk.ʃən/ (the act of enjoining)  :: injonction {f}
injunction {n} (an official writ)  :: injonction {f}
injure {v} /ˈɪndʒɚ/ (to wound or cause physical harm)  :: blesser
injure {v} (to cause damage or impair)  :: blesser
injury {n} (wound) SEE: wound  ::
injury {n} /ˈɪn.dʒə.ɹi/ (damage or violation)  :: blessure {f}
injustice {n} /ɪnˈdʒʌs.tɪs/ (absence of justice)  :: injustice {f}
injustice {n} (violation of the rights of another)  :: injustice {f}
ink {n} /ɪŋk/ (coloured fluid used for writing)  :: encre {f}
ink {n} (dark fluid ejected by squid etc)  :: encre {f}
ink bottle {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell  ::
ink eraser {n} (instrument for removing ink from a writing surface)  :: effaceur d'encre {m}
in kind {adv} (with goods or services)  :: en nature
inkjet printer {n} (device that prints using droplets of ink)  :: imprimante à jet d'encre {f}
inkling {n} /ɪŋk.lɪŋ/ (suspicion or hint)  :: soupçon {m}
ink-pad {n} (piece of absorbent material, soaked with ink used for rubber stamps)  :: tampon encreur {m}
inkpot {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell  ::
inkwell {n} (container for ink)  :: encrier {m}
inland sea {n} (shallow expanse of water within a land mass)  :: mer intérieure {f}
in-law {n} (relative by marriage)  :: membre de la belle-famille {f}
in-law {n} (father-in-law) SEE: father-in-law  ::
in-law {n} (mother-in-law) SEE: mother-in-law  ::
-in-law {adj} (related through marriage)  :: beau- {m}, belle- {f}
inlay {n} /ˈɪn.leɪ/ (material placed within another material as decoration.)  :: incrustation {f}
inlet {n} (body of water let into a coast)  :: crique {f}, bras de rivière {m}
in lieu {adv} /ɪn.luː/ (instead (of); in place (of))  :: au lieu de, à la place de
in lieu of {prep} (instead; in place of; as a substitute for)  :: au lieu de
in light of {prep} (given, considering)  :: à la lumière de
in line {adj} (appropriate to expectations)  :: en règle
in-line {adj} (Arranged in a single line)  :: en rang d'oignons
in-line skate {n} (roller skate with all wheels aligned) SEE: rollerblade  ::
in love {prep} (of a person or persons: enamored)  :: amoureux
in love {prep} (followed by "with": enamored (of a person, etc.))  :: amoureux de
inmate {n} (one confined to institution, such as a prison)  :: détenu {m}, détenue {f}, codétenu {m}, codétenue {f}
inmate {n} (one who occupies a dwelling-house)  :: résident {m}, résidente {f}, pensionnaire {m} {f}
in memoriam {adv} /ɪn məˈmɔɹi.əm/ (in memory of)  :: en souvenir de
in my humble opinion {prep} (used to introduce or qualify a statement)  :: à mon humble avis, à mon humble opinion
in my opinion {prep} (according to me)  :: à mon avis
inn {n} /ɪn/ (lodging)  :: auberge {f}
inn {n} (tavern) SEE: tavern  ::
innate {adj} /ɪˈneɪt/ (inborn)  :: inné
inner {adj} /ˈɪnɚ/ (being or occurring inside)  :: intérieur
inner city {n} (central part of a city)  :: intramuros
inner class {n} (object-oriented programming)  :: classe interne {f}
inner core {n} (innermost part of the Earth)  :: noyau interne {m}
inner ear {n} (anatomy)  :: oreille interne {f}
inner emigration {n} (choice of remaining in a country during dictatorship)  :: émigration intérieure {f}
Inner Mongolia {prop} (an autonomous region in northern China)  :: Mongolie intérieure {f}
inner planet {n} (planet of the Solar System with an orbit between the asteroid belt and sun)  :: planète interne {f}
inner tube {n} (inflatable rubber tube)  :: chambre à air {f}
inner workings {n}  :: rouages {m-p}
inning {n} (a period of play in baseball)  :: manche {f}
innkeeper {n} /ˈɪnkiːpəɹ/ (person responsible for the running of an inn)  :: tavernier, hôtelier {m}
innocence {n} /ˈɪnəsn̩s/ (absence of responsibility for a crime)  :: innocence {f}
innocence {n} (lack of understanding about sensitive subjects such as sexuality and crime)  :: innocence {f}, candeur {f}
innocent {adj} /ˈɪnəsn̩t/ (pure, free from sin, untainted)  :: innocent {m}, innocente {f}
innocent {adj} (not legally responsible for a wrongful act)  :: innocent, innocente {f}
innocently {adv} (in an innocent manner)  :: innocemment
innocuous {adj} /ɪˈnɑkjuəs/ (harmless)  :: inoffensif
innocuous {adj} (inoffensive)  :: inoffensif {m}
innominate bone {n} (hip bone) SEE: hip bone  ::
in no time {prep} (very soon)  :: en un rien de temps
innovation {n} /ˌɪnəˈveɪʃən/ (act of innovating)  :: innovation {f}
innovation {n} (something new)  :: innovation {f}
innovation {n}  :: innovation {f}
innovative {adj} /ˈɪn.əˌveɪɾɪv / (characterized by the creation of new ideas or things)  :: novateur, innovant
innovator {n} (someone who innovates)  :: innovateur {m}
innuendo {n} /ˌɪnjuˈɛndəʊ/ (A derogatory hint or reference to a person or thing, an implication or insinuation)  :: insinuation {f}, sous-entendu {m}
innumerable {adj} (not capable of being counted) SEE: countless  ::
inoculate {v} /ɪˈnɑːkjuleɪt/ (to provide immunity)  :: inoculer
inoculation {n} /ɪˌnɑkjəˈleɪʃən/ (introduction of substance into the body to produce immunity)  :: inoculation
inoffensive {adj} (harmless)  :: inoffensif
in one's book {prep} (in one's opinion) SEE: in one's opinion  ::
in one's element {prep} (in a suitable environment)  :: dans son élément
in one's face {prep} (literally)  :: au visage, dans le visage, dans la tête
in one's face {prep} (idiomatic)  :: au visage, au nez
in one's opinion {prep} (according to one's thinking)  :: à mon sens, d'après moi
inoperancy {n}  :: inopérance {f}
in operation {prep} (operating)  :: en opération
inoperative {adj} (not working or functioning)  :: inopérant {m}
in order {adj} (appropriate, worthwhile)  :: de circonstance
in order {adv} (for the purpose of) SEE: in order to  ::
in order that {conj} (so that)  :: afin que [followed by the subjunctive], pour que [followed by the subjunctive]
in order to {phrase} (as a means of achieving the specified aim)  :: pour + inf., afin de, pour que
inorganic {adj} (relating to a compound that does not contain carbon)  :: inorganique {m} {f}
inorganic chemist {n} (chemist whose field is inorganic chemistry)  :: chimiste inorganique
inorganic chemistry {n} (chemistry of elements and non-carbon containing compounds)  :: chimie inorganique {f}
inorganic compound {n} (compound without carbon atoms)  :: composé inorganique {m}
inosinate {n} (salt or ester of inosinic acid)  :: inosate {m}
in other words {prep} (stated or interpreted another way)  :: autrement dit, en d'autres termes
inoxidizable {adj} (cannot be readily oxidized)  :: inoxydable {m} {f}
in parallel {prep} (connected side by side, instead of in series)  :: en parallèle
in particular {adv} (especially, individually or specifically)  :: en particulier
inpatient {n} (A patient whose treatment needs at least one night's residence in a hospital)  :: patient hospitalier {m}
in person {prep} (actually present)  :: en personne
in place of {prep} (in place of)  :: à la place de, au lieu de
in power {prep} (currently ruling)  :: au pouvoir
in practice {prep} (really, in effect)  :: pratiquement, en pratique
in principle {prep} (according to theory)  :: en principe, en théorie
in private {prep} (privately)  :: en privé
in progress {prep} (underway) SEE: underway  ::
input {n} /ˈɪnpʊt/ (something fed into a process)  :: entrée {f}, intrant {m}
input {v} (to enter data)  :: rentrer
input/output {n} (computing)  :: entrée-sortie {f}
in question {adj} (under consideration or discussion)  :: en question
in question {adj} (in doubt, under dispute)  :: remis en question
inquire {v} /ɪnˈkwaɪɹ/ (to ask about something)  :: enquêter, se renseigner
inquire after {v}  :: demander après quelqu'un, demander des renseignements sur quelqu'un
inquiry {n} /ˈɪnkwɪɹi/ (the act of inquiring)  :: enquête {f}
Inquisition {prop} (tribunal of the Roman Catholic Church)  :: Inquisition {f}
inquisitive {adj} /ɪŋˈkwɪzətɪv/ (eager to acquire knowledge)  :: inquisitif
inquisitive {adj} (too curious; overly interested; nosy)  :: curieux
inquisitiveness {n} (the quality of being inquisitive; curiosity)  :: curiosité {f}
inquisitor {n} (interrogator, questioner)  :: inquisiteur {m}
in relation to {prep} (by comparison with, compared with)  :: par rapport à
in respect of {prep} (pertaining to)  :: quant à
in right of {prep} (jurisdiction)  :: du chef du
inrun {n} (ski jumping ramp)  :: tremplin {m}
insalubrious {adj} /ɪnsəˈluːbɹɪəs/ (unhealthful)  :: insalubre
insane {adj} /ɪnˈseɪn/ (exhibiting unsoundness or disorder of mind)  :: dérangé, délirant, fou, dément
insane {adj} (causing insanity or madness)  :: dérangeant {m}, démentiel {m}, malsain {m}
insane {adj} (characterized by insanity or the utmost folly)  :: fou {m}, chimérique {m}, aberrant {m}, délirant {m}
insane asylum {n} (mental hospital) SEE: mental hospital  ::
insanely {adv} /ɪnˈseɪnli/  :: insensément
insanity {n} /ɪnˈsænɪti/ (state of being insane)  :: folie {f}
inscribe {v} /ɪnˈskɹaɪb/ (to write or cut words onto something)  :: graver
inscription {n} /ɪnˈskɹɪpʃən/ (carved text)  :: inscription {f}
inscription {n} (text on a coin)  :: légende {f}
inscription {n} (dedication in a book)  :: dédicace {f}
inscrutable {adj} /ˌɪnˈskɹuːtəbl/ (difficult or impossible to comprehend, fathom or interpret)  :: impénétrable, incompréhensible, insondable
in season {prep} (seasonal)  :: de saison, en saison
in secret {prep} (secretly) SEE: secretly  ::
insect {n} /ˈɪnsɛkt/ (arthropod of class insecta)  :: insecte {m}
insectarium {n} (insectarium)  :: insectarium {m}
insecticide {n} (A substance used to kill insects)  :: insecticide {m}
insectivore {n} /ɪnˈsɛktəˌvɔɹ/ (insect eating animal)  :: insectivore {m}
insectivorous {adj} /ˌɪnsɛkˈtɪv(ə)ɹəs/ (feeding on insects)  :: insectivore
insecure {adj} (not comfortable in certain situations)  :: inconfortable {m} {f}, inquiet {m}
insecurity {n}  :: insécurité
inseminate {v} (to disperse or plant seds) SEE: sow  ::
inseminate {v} (to cause to become pregnant) SEE: impregnate  ::
insemination {n} (act of making pregnant)  :: insémination {f}
insemination {n} (act of inseminating by natural or artificial means) SEE: breeding  ::
insensate {adj} /ɪnˈsɛn.sət/ (senseless; foolish; irrational)  :: insensé
insensible {adj} (unable to be perceived by the sense)  :: insensible
insensible {adj} (incapable of emotional feeling)  :: insensible
insensitive {adj} /ɪnˈsɛnsɪtɪv/ (not having normal physical feeling)  :: insensible
insensitive {adj} (not having normal emotional feelings, cold, tactless, undiplomatic)  :: insensible
insensitively {adv} (in an insensitive manner)  :: insensiblement
insensitivity {n} (condition of being insensitive)  :: insensibilité {f}
inseparable {adj} /in.ˈsɛ.p(ə).ɹə.bl/ (unable to be separated)  :: inséparable
inseparably {adv} (in an inseparable manner)  :: inséparablement
in series {prep} (connected in a chain, instead of in parallel)  :: en série
insert {v} /ɪnˈsɝt/ (put in between or into)  :: insérer
insert {n} (image inserted into text)  :: in texte {m}, illustration {f}
insert {n} (inserted leaflet)  :: encart {m}
insertion {n} /ɪnˈsɝʃən/ (act of inserting, or something inserted)  :: insertion
insertion {n} (addition of a nucleotide to a chromosome)  :: insertion
inshallah {interj} /ˌɪnʃˈɑ.lə/ (God willing (Islam))  :: Inch'Allah
in shape {prep} (in good condition)  :: en état
in shape {prep} ((idiomatic) in a good state of physical fitness)  :: en forme
in short {prep} (As a summary; as a shortened version of what has been told or what would have been told)  :: en bref, en résumé, en un mot
inside {n} /ˈɪnsaɪd/ (interior or inner part)  :: intérieur {m}
inside out {adv} (with the inside turned to be on the outside)  :: à l'envers
inside out {adv} (of knowledge: thoroughly)  :: à fond, parfaitement, comme sa poche
inside pocket {n} (inside pocket of a garment)  :: poche intérieure {f}
insider {n} /ɪnˈsaɪdɚ/ (person who has special knowledge)  :: initié {m}
insidious {adj} /ɪnˈsɪdi.əs/ (producing serious harm in a stealthy, often gradual, manner)  :: insidieux
insidious {adj} (treacherous) SEE: treacherous  ::
insidiously {adv} /ɪnˈsɪdi.əsli/ (in an insidious manner)  :: insidieusement
insight {n} /ˈɪnsaɪt/ (sight of the interior; deep view; introspections)  :: introspection {f}
insight {n} (power of acute observation and deduction)  :: perspicacité {f}, aperçu {m}, pénétration {f}, discernement {m}
insight {n} (intuitive apprehension of the inner nature of things)  :: intuition {f}
insightful {adj} /ɪnˈsaɪt.f(ə)l/ (possessing insight)  :: perspicace
insignia {n} /ɪnˈsɪɡ.ni.ə/ (a patch or other object that indicates rank or membership)  :: insigne {m}
insignia {n} (symbol or token of power, status, or offic)  :: insigne {m}
insignificant {adj} (not significant; not important)  :: insignifiant {m}, insignifiante {f}
insinuate {v} /ɪnˈsɪnjueɪt/ (make way for by subtle means)  :: insinuer
insinuate {v} (ingratiate oneself)  :: insinuer
insinuate {v} (hint at (something))  :: insinuer
insinuation {n} /ɪnˌsɪnjuˈeɪʃən/ (act of gaining favor, affection, or influence, by gentle or artful means)  :: insinuation {f}
insinuation {n} (a suggestion or intimation by distant allusion)  :: insinuation {f}
insist {v} /ɪnˈsɪst/ (to hold up a claim emphatically)  :: insister
insistence {n} (state of being insistent)  :: insistance {f}
insistently {adv} (in an insistent manner)  :: avec insistance
insofar as {conj} /ɪn.soʊˈfɑɹəz/ (to the extent that)  :: dans la mesure où
insolation {n} (medicine: sunstroke) SEE: sunstroke  ::
insole {n} /ˈɪnsoʊl/ (inside sole of footwear)  :: semelle intérieure {f}
insolent {adj} /ˈɪnsə.lənt/ (insulting in manner or words)  :: insolent
insolent {adj} (rude)  :: insolent
insolubility {n} (being insoluble)  :: insolubilité {f}
insolubilized {adj}  :: insolubilisé
insolvable {adj} (impossible to solve)  :: insoluble
insolvency {n} (the condition of being insolvent)  :: insolvabilité {f}
insolvent {adj} (Unable to pay)  :: insolvable
insomnia {n} (sleeping disorder)  :: insomnie {f}
insomniac {n} (one who suffers an inability or difficulty sleeping)  :: insomniaque
insomniac {adj} (suffering from or pertaining to insomnia)  :: insomniaque
inspection {n} /ɪnˈspɛkʃən/ (the act of examining something, often closely)  :: inspection {f}
inspiration {n} /ɪnspɨˈɹeɪʃən/ (stimulating influence upon the intellect or emotions)  :: inspiration {f}
inspirator {n} (inhaler) SEE: inhaler  ::
inspire {v} (to inhale) SEE: inhale  ::
inspire {v} /ɪn.ˈspaɪɹ/ (to infuse into the mind; to communicate to the spirit)  :: inspirer
inspire {v} (to infuse into; to affect, as with a superior or supernatural influence)  :: inspirer
inspire {v} (to infuse by breathing, or as if by breathing)  :: inspirer
in spite of {prep} (despite)  :: malgré, en dépit de, bien que
instability {n} (quality of being unstable)  :: instabilité {f}
install {v} /ɪnˈstɔːl/ (set something up for use)  :: installer
installation {n} /ɪnstəˈleɪʃən]/ (act of installing)  :: installation {f}
installation {n} (something installed)  :: installation {f}
installer {n} (person who installs)  :: installateur
installment {n} /ɪnˈstɔːlmənt/ (act of installing; installation)  :: installation
installment {n} (portion of debt)  :: au fur et à mesure (in installments)
installment {n} (part of a serial)  :: épisode
instalment {n} (installment) SEE: installment  ::
instance {n} /ˈɪnstəns/ (case occurring, a case offered as an exemplification, an example)  :: instance
instant {n} /ˈɪnstənt/ (period of time)  :: instant {m}
instant {n} (point in time)  :: instant {m}
instant {adj} (quickly prepared)  :: instantané
instantaneous {adj} /ɪnstənˈteɪni.əs/ (occurring, arising, or functioning without any delay; happening within an imperceptibly brief period of time)  :: instantané
instantaneously {adv} (Without any delay)  :: instantanément
instantaneousness {n} (condition of being instantaneous)  :: instantanéité {f}
instant coffee {n} /ˌɪnstənt ˈkɒfi/ (beverage)  :: café instantané {m}
instantiable {adj}  :: instanciable
instantiate {v} /ɪnˈstænʃieɪt/ (to represent by a concrete instance)  :: instancier
instantiate {v} (to create an object of a specific class)  :: instancier
instantiation {n} (something resulting from the act of instantiating)  :: instanciation {f}
instantly {adv} /ˈɪnstəntli/ (at once)  :: instantanément
instant messaging {n} (form of realtime communication)  :: messagerie instantanée {f}
instant messenger {n} (application which allows instant text communication)  :: messagerie instantanée
instant noodle {n} (a mass of precooked noodles)  :: nouille instantanée {f}
instead {adv} /ɪn.ˈstɛd/ (in the place of (it))  :: à la place, au lieu de
instead of {prep} (in lieu of; in place of; rather than)  :: à la place de, au lieu de
instep {n} (top of the foot between the toes and the ankle)  :: cou-de-pied {m}
instigate {v} /ˈɪnstəɡeɪt/ (to goad or urge forward; to set on; to provoke; to incite)  :: inciter, susciter
instigator {n} /ˈɪnstɪɡeɪtə/ (person who intentionally instigates something)  :: instigateur {m}, instigatrice {f}, incitateur {m}, incitatrice {f}
instill {v} /ɪnˈstɪl/ (to cause a quality to become part of someone's nature)  :: inculquer
instill {v} (to pour in drop by drop)  :: instiller
instinct {n} /ˈɪn.stɪŋkt/ (natural or inherent impulse or behaviour)  :: instinct {m}
instinctive {adj} /ɪnˈstɪŋktɪv/ (related to or prompted by instinct)  :: instinctif
instinctive {adj} (driven by impulse, spontaneous and without thinking)  :: instinctif
institute {n} /ˈɪnstɪt(j)uːt/ (college)  :: institut {m}
institute {v} (to begin or initiate something)  :: instituer, fonder, lancer
institution {n} /ˌɪnstɪˈtuːʃən/ (established organisation)  :: institution
institutional {adj} (rudimentary) SEE: rudimentary  ::
institutional {adj} /ˌɪnstɪˈtjuːʃənəl/ (of pertaining to or characteristic of an institution)  :: institutionnel
institutionalism {n} (stress of the importance of institutions)  :: institutionnalisme {m}
institutionalist {adj} /ˌɪnstɪˈtjuːʃənəlɪst/  :: institutionnaliste {m} {f}
institutionalist {n}  :: institutionnaliste {m} {f}
institutionalize {v} /ˌɪnstɪˈtjuːʃənəˌlaɪz/ (to establish as a normal practice)  :: institutionnaliser
instruct {v} /ˌɪnˈstɹʌkt/ (teach, give instruction)  :: instruire, enseigner, apprendre
instruction {n} /ɪnˈstɹʌkʃən/ (act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with knowledge; information)  :: instruction {f}
instruction {n} (order or command)  :: instruction {f}
instructive {adj} /ɪnˈstɹʌktɪv/ (Conveying knowledge, information or instruction)  :: instructif
instructive {n} (Case expressing means or instrument used to perform an action)  :: instructif {m}
instructive case {n} (case used to indicate means)  :: instructif {m}
instructor {n} (one who instructs; a teacher)  :: instructeur {m}
instrument {n} /ˈɪnstɹʊmənt/ (musical device)  :: instrument {m}
instrument {n} (legal document)  :: acte {m}
instrumental {adj} (music)  :: instrumental
instrumental {adj} (pertaining to the instrumental case)  :: instrumental
instrumental {n} (composition without lyrics)  :: instrumental {m}
instrumental {n} (instrumental case) SEE: instrumental case  ::
instrumental case {n} (case to express agency or means)  :: instrumental {m}, cas instrumental {m}
instrumentalist {n} (one who plays a musical instrument)  :: instrumentiste {m} {f}
insubmission {n}  :: insoumission {f}
insubordination {n} (quality of being insubordinate)  :: insubordination {f}
insufferable {adj} (not sufferable)  :: insupportable, intolérable
insufficient {adj} (Not sufficient)  :: insuffisant
insufficiently {adv} (not sufficiently)  :: insuffisamment
insulate {v} (to separate or detach)  :: isoler
insulate {v} (to separate so as to prevent a transfer)  :: isoler
insulating {adj} (that insulates)  :: isolant
insulation {n} /ˌɪnsəˈleɪʃən/ (The act of insulating)  :: isolation {f}
insulator {n} /ˈɪn.sjə.leɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (substance)  :: isolateur
insulator {n}  :: isolant {m} , isolation , isolateur {m}
insulin {n} /ˈɪnsəlɪn/ (polypeptide hormone)  :: insuline {f}
insult {v} /ɪnˈsʌlt/ (to be rude)  :: insulter
insult {n} (action or speech deliberately intended to be rude)  :: insulte {f}
insulting {adj} /ɪnˈsʌltɪŋ/ (containing insult, or having the intention of insulting)  :: outrageant
insultive {adj} (insulting) SEE: insulting  ::
in summary {prep} (to summarize)  :: en résumé
insuperable {adj}  :: insurmontable
insupportably {adv} (in an insupportable manner)  :: insupportablement
insurance {n} /ˈɪn.ʃə.ɹɨns/ (indemnity)  :: assurance {f}
insurance {n} (business)  :: assurance
insurance company {n} (company that provides insurance policies)  :: société d'assurance {f}
insurance contract {n} (insurance policy) SEE: insurance policy  ::
insurance policy {n} (document)  :: police d'assurance {f}
insure {v} /ɪnˈʃʊɚ/ (to provide for compensation if some risk occurs)  :: assurer
insurgent {adj} /ɪnˈsəɹdʒənt/ (rebellious)  :: insurgé
insurgent {n} (rebel)  :: insurgé {m}, insurgée {f}
insurmountable {adj} (incapable of being passed over)  :: insurmontable, infranchissable, impassable
insurrection {n} (mutiny or rebellion)  :: insurrection {f}
intact {adj} /ɪnˈtækt/ (untouched)  :: intact
intake {n} /ˈɪnteɪk/ (act of taking in)  :: prise, ingestion
in tears {adj} /ɪnˈtiɹz/ (crying)  :: en larmes, en pleurs
integer {n} /ˈɪn.tɨ.d͡ʒə(ɹ)/ (integer)  :: entier {m}, nombre entier {m}
integrable {adj} (able to be integrated)  :: intégrable
integral {adj} /ˈɪntəɡɹəl/ (math: of, pertaining to, or being an integer)  :: intégral
integral {n} (limit of sums)  :: intégrale {f}
integral {n} (antiderivative) SEE: antiderivative  ::
integral calculus {n} (calculus of areas and volumes)  :: calcul intégral {m}
integrated {adj} (composed and coordinated to form a whole)  :: intégré
integrated {adj} (characterized by racial integration)  :: integré
integrated circuit {n} (thin chip)  :: circuit integré {m}
integration {n} (act or process of making whole or entire)  :: intégration {f}
integration {n} (process of fitting into a community)  :: intégration {f}
integration {n} (in mathematics)  :: intégration {f}
integration by parts {n} (method of integration related to the product rule of differentiation)  :: intégration par parties {f}
integrin {n} (protein functioning as receptor)  :: intégrine
integument {n} /ɪnˈtɛɡ.jʊ.mənt/ (outer protective covering of body)  :: tégument {m}
integument {n} (outer layer of an ovule)  :: tégument {m}
intel {n} (intelligence) SEE: intelligence  ::
intellectual {adj} (spiritual) SEE: spiritual  ::
intellectual {adj} /ˌɪntəˈlɛk(t)ʃʊəl/ (belonging to, or performed by, the intellect; mental or cognitive)  :: intellectuel {m}, intellectuelle {f}
intellectual {n} (intelligent person, interested in intellectual matters)  :: intellectuel
intellectual property {n} (product of someone's intellect)  :: propriété intellectuelle {f}
intelligence {n} /ɪnˈtɛl.ɪ.d͡ʒəns/ (capacity of mind)  :: intelligence {f}
intelligence {n} (information about the enemy)  :: renseignements {m-p}
intelligence {n} (a department, agency or unit designed to gather such information)  :: renseignements {m-p}
intelligence agency {n} (governmental agency devoted to information gathering)  :: service de renseignements {m}
intelligence quotient {n} (IQ score)  :: quotient intellectuel {m}
intelligent {adj} /ɪnˈtɛlɪdʒənt/ (of high or especially quick cognitive capacity, bright)  :: intelligent
intelligent {adj} (well thought-out, well considered)  :: intelligent
intelligent {adj} (characterized by thoughtful interaction)  :: intelligent
intelligent design {prop} (intelligent design / Intelligent Design)  :: dessein intelligent {m}
intelligently {adv} (cleverly)  :: intelligemment
intelligentsia {n} /ɪntɛlɪˈd͡ʒɛntsɪə/ (intellectual élite)  :: intelligentsia {f}
intelligible {adj} /ɪnˈtɛlədʒəbl̩/ (capable of being understood)  :: intelligible
intempestivity {n} /ɪntɛmpɛˈstɪvɪtɪ/ (unseasonability; untimeliness)  :: intempestivité
intend {v} /ɪnˈtɛnd/ (to fix the mind upon a goal)  :: prévoir, avoir l'intention
intend {v} (to be intent upon)  :: envisager, concevoir, prévoir
intended {n} (fiancé) SEE: fiancé  ::
intended {n} (fiancée) SEE: fiancée  ::
intended {adj} /ɪnˈtɛndɪd/ (planned)  :: planifié
intense {adj} /ɪnˈtɛns/ (strained; tightly drawn)  :: intense
intensely {adv} (to an intense degree)  :: intensément
intensify {v} (to render more intense)  :: intensifier
intensify {v} (to become more intense)  :: intensifier
intensity {n} /ɪnˈtɛnsɪti/ (quality of being intense)  :: intensité {f}
intensive {adj} /ɪnˈtɛnsɪv/ (thorough, to a great degree, with intensity)  :: intensif {m}, intensifs {m-p}, intensive {f}, intensives {f-p}
intensive {adj} (demanding, requiring a great amount)  :: intensif
intensive care {n} (support and monitoring of critically ill patients)  :: soins intensifs {m-p}, traitement intensif {m}
intensive care unit {n} (intensive care unit) SEE: ICU  ::
intensively {adv} (in an intensive way)  :: intensivement
intent {n} /ɪnˈtɛnt/ (a purpose; something that is intended)  :: intention {f}
intent {adj} (firmly fixed or concentrated)  :: résolu, déterminé
intent {adj} (unwavering)  :: buté {m}
intention {v} (intend) SEE: intend  ::
intention {n} /ɪnˈtɛnʃən/ (course intended to follow)  :: intention {f}
intentional {adj} (intended or planned; done deliberately or voluntarily)  :: volontaire, intentionnel
intentionalism {n} (theory that the meaning of any text is determined by the intentions of its author)  :: intentionnalisme
intentionality {n} (characteristic)  :: intentionnalité {f}
intentionally {adv} (intentional manner, on purpose)  :: intentionnellement, à dessein
intentional walk {n} ((baseball))  :: [Europe] but-sur-balles intentionnel {m}, [Quebec] base-sur-balles intentionnel {m}
inter- {prefix} (among, between)  :: entre-, inter-
inter {v} /ɪnˈtɝ/ (bury in a grave)  :: enterrer
interact {n} /ɪntəɹˈækt/ (act or piece between others)  :: entr’acte {m}
interact {v} (act upon each other)  :: interagir
interaction {n} /ˌɪntəɹˈækʃən/ (situation or occurrence in which two or more objects or events act upon one another)  :: interaction {f}
interaction {n} (conversation or exchange between people)  :: interaction {f}
interactive {adj} /ɪntɚˈæktɪv/ (Responding to the user)  :: interactif {m}
interactivity {n} /ɪntəɹækˈtɪvɪti/ (quality of being interactive)  :: interactivité {f}
inter alia {adv} (among other things)  :: entre autres
interbank {adj} (of, pertaining to, or taking place between two or more banks)  :: interbancaire
intercalate {v} (insert an extra day into a calendar)  :: intercaler
intercalation {n}  :: intercalation {f}
intercept {v} /ɪntɚˈsɛpt/ (to stop, deflect or divert)  :: intercepter
intercept {v} (to gain possession of)  :: intercepter
intercession {n} (the act of intervening)  :: intercession {f}
intercession {n} (a prayer to God on behalf of another person)  :: intercession {f}
intercessor {n} (one who intercedes)  :: intercesseur {m}
interchange {n} /ˈɪntɚtʃeɪndʒ/ (highway junction)  :: échangeur autoroutier {m}
intercom {n} (an electronic communication system)  :: interphone {m}
intercompany {adj}  :: interentreprise
interconnect {v} (to connect to one another)  :: interconnecter
interconnectedness {n} (state of being interconnected)  :: interconnexion {f}
interconnection {n} (A connection between multiple things)  :: interconnexion {f}
intercontinental {adj} (between two or more continents)  :: intercontinental
intercourse {n} /ˈɪn.tɚˌkɔɹs/ (sexual intercourse)  :: relation sexuelle {f}
intercultural {adj} (between different cultures)  :: interculturel
interdependence {n} (being interdependent)  :: interdépendance {f}
interdependent {adj} (Mutually dependent)  :: interdépendant
interdict {n} (A papal decree prohibiting the administration of the sacraments from a political entity under the power of a single person)  :: interdit {m}
interdict {v} ((transitive, US, military) To impede (an enemy))  :: interdire
interdimensional {adj} (Between dimensions.)  :: interdimensionnel
interdisciplinary {adj} (of or pertaining to multiple distinct academic disciplines or fields of study)  :: interdisciplinaire
interest {n} /ˈɪntɹɪst/ (finance: price of credit)  :: intérêt {m}
interest {n} (great attention and concern from someone)  :: intérêt {m}
interest {n} (attention that is given to or received from someone or something)  :: intérêt
interest {v} (to attract attention or concern)  :: intéresser
interested {adj} /ˈɪntɹəstɪd/ (having or showing interest)  :: intéressé {m}, intéressée {f}
interestedly {adv} (in an interested manner)  :: avec intérêt
interest-free {adj} (not charging interest)  :: sans intérêt
interest group {n} (advocacy group) SEE: advocacy group  ::
interesting {adj} /ˈɪntəɹəstɪŋ/ (arousing or holding the attention)  :: intéressant
interesting condition {n} (pregnancy (euphemism))  :: position intéressante {f}, situation intéressante {f}
interestingly {adv} (in an interesting way)  :: de façon intéressante
interest rate {n} (percentage of money charged for its use per some period)  :: taux d’intérêt {m}
interface {n} /ˈɪntəfeɪs/ (point of interconnection between entities)  :: interface {f}
interfacer {n} (one who, or that which, interfaces)  :: interfaceur {m}
interfere {v} (get involved, causing disturbance)  :: se mêler (de), entraver, perturber
interfere {v} (be correlated with each other when overlapped or superposed)  :: interférer
interference {n} /ˌɪntəɹˈfiɹɨns/ (intrusion into the scope of protection of a guaranteed right)  :: ingérence {f}
interferon {n} (any of a group of glycoproteins, that prevent viral replication in infected cells)  :: interféron {m}
interfile {v}  :: interclasser
intergalactic {adj} (occurring between galaxies)  :: intergalactique
intergenerational {adj} (between or across generations)  :: intergénérationnel
interglacial {adj} (occurring between glacial periods)  :: interglaciaire, post-glaciaire
intergluteal cleft {n} (groove between the buttocks) SEE: gluteal cleft  ::
interim {n} /ˈɪntəɹɪm/ (a transitional or temporary period between other events)  :: intervalle {m}, intérim {m}
interior {adj} /ɪnˈtɪɹiɚ/ (having to do with the inner part of something)  :: intérieur
interior {adj}  :: intérieur {m}
interior {n} (the inside of an enclosed structure)  :: intérieur {m}
interject {v} /ɪn.tɚˈdʒɛkt/ (to interpose onseself)  :: intervenir
interjection {n} /ˌɪn.tɚˈdʒɛk.ʃən/ (exclamation or filled pause in grammar)  :: interjection {f}
interlace {v} /ˈin.tɚ.leɪs/ (to cross one with another)  :: entrelacer
interlace {v} (to cross one another as if woven together)  :: s'entrelacer
interlanguage {n} (lingua franca) SEE: lingua franca  ::
interlanguage {n} (creole) SEE: creole  ::
interlanguage {n} /ɪnˈtɜɹˈlæŋɡwɪd͡ʒ/ (mixed language)  :: interlangue {f}
interlanguage {n} (pidgin) SEE: pidgin  ::
interleave {v} (to intersperse (something) at regular intervals between the parts of a thing)  :: imbriquer, entrelacer, intercaler
Interlingua {prop} /ˈɪntə(ɹ)ˌlɪŋɡwə/ (interlanguage based on Romance languages)  :: Interlingua
Interlingue {prop} (Occidental) SEE: Occidental  ::
interlocutor {n} /ˌɪntəɹˈlɒkjətəɹ/ (A person who takes part in dialogue or conversation)  :: interlocuteur {m}, interlocutrice {f}
interloper {n} /ɪntəˈləʊpə/ (one who interferes)  :: intrus
interlude {n} (intervening episode etc)  :: interlude {m}
interlude {n} (entertainment between the acts of a play)  :: interlude {m}
interlude {n} (short piece put between the parts of a longer composition)  :: interlude {m}
intermarriage {n} (mixed marriage) SEE: mixed marriage  ::
intermediate {adj} /ɪntə(ɹ)ˈmidi.ət/ (being between two extremes, or in the middle of a range)  :: intermédiaire
intermediate {n} (anything in an intermediate position)  :: intermédiaire {m} {f}
intermediate {n} (an intermediary)  :: intermédiaire {m}
intermediate {v} (to mediate, to be an intermediate)  :: concilier
intermediate phalange {n} (bone)  :: phalangine {f}
intermezzo {n} /intəˈmetsou/  :: intermède {m}
intermingle {v} (to become mixed together)  :: brasser
interministerial {adj} (between ministries)  :: interministériel
intermission {n} (break between performances or sessions)  :: intermède {m}, interlude {m}, entracte {m}
intermittence {n} (state of being intermittent) SEE: intermittency  ::
intermittency {n} (the state of being intermittent)  :: intermittence {f}
intermittent {adj} /ˌɪntɚˈmɪtn̩t/ (stopping and starting at intervals)  :: intermittent
intermodal {adj} (Relating to more than one mode of transport)  :: intermodal {f}
in terms of {prep} (In relation to, concerning, regarding)  :: en termes de
intermunicipality {n}  :: intermunicipalité {f}
intern {v} /ɪnˈtɝn/ (to imprison (transitive))  :: interner
intern {n} /ˈɪntɝn/ (student or recent graduate who works in order to gain experience in their chosen field)  :: stagiaire
intern {n} (medical trainee working in a hospital)  :: interne (des hôpitaux) {m}
internal {adj} /ɪnˈtɝnəl/ (within the body)  :: interne
internal {adj}  :: interne
internal combustion engine {n} (a piston or a rotary heat engine)  :: moteur à combustion interne {m}, moteur à explosion {m}
internalize {v} /ɪnˈtɝnəlaɪz/ (make something internal)  :: intérioriser
international {adj} /ˌɪntɚˈnæʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ (between, concerning, or transcending multiple nations)  :: international {m}
international auxiliary language {n} (language)  :: langue auxiliaire internationale {f}
International Court of Justice {prop} (UN court)  :: Cour internationale de justice {f}
International Date Line {prop} (line on the Earth's surface)  :: ligne de changement de date {f}
Internationale {prop} (proletarian song)  :: l'Internationale {f}
internationalise {v} (to make international) SEE: internationalize  ::
internationalism {n} (cooperation between nations)  :: internationalisme {m}
internationalist {adj} (about internationalism)  :: internationaliste
internationalist {n} (advocate of internationalism)  :: internationaliste
internationalization {n} /ɪntəˌnæʃ(ə)n(ə)ləˈzeɪʃən/ (conversion of something to make it international)  :: internationalisation {f}
internationalize {v} (to make something international)  :: internationaliser
International Klein Blue {prop} (deep blue hue achieved through ultramarine pigment and a binder)  :: International Klein Blue {m}
international law {n} (set of rules applied to the relations between nations)  :: convention internationale {f}
internationally {adv} (in an international manner)  :: internationnalement
International Monetary Fund {prop} (International Monetary Fund)  :: Fonds monétaire international {m}
international organisation {n} (organisation established by treaty)  :: organisation internationale
International Phonetic Alphabet {prop} /ˌɪntɚˈnæʃ(ə)n(ə)l fəˈnɛtɪk ˈælfəˌbɛt/ (standardized symbols for speech)  :: alphabet phonétique international {m}
international relations {n} (study of relationships among countries)  :: relations internationales {f-p}
International System of Units {prop} (standard set of basic units of measurement)  :: Système international d'unités {m}, Système international {m}
International Telecommunication Union {prop} (United Nations agency)  :: Union internationale des télécommunications {f}
internaut {n} (internaut)  :: internaute {m} {f}
internee {n} /ɪntɝˈniː/ (one who is imprisoned or otherwise confined)  :: interné
internet {n} (the Internet, largest global internet) SEE: Internet  ::
Internet {prop} /ˈɪntɚˌnɛt/ (specific internet consisting of the global network of computers)  :: Internet {m}
Internet cafe {n} (place where one can use a computer with Internet)  :: cybercafé {m}
internment {n} (confinement within narrow limits to the interior of a country)  :: internement
internment camp {n} (euphemism)  :: camp d'internement {m}
internode {n} (a section of the stem between two nodes)  :: entrenœud {m}
internship {n} /ˈɪntɝnʃɪp/ (job taken by a student)  :: stage {m}
interoperability {n} /ˌɪntəɹɒpəɹəˈbɪləti/ (military)  :: interopérabilité {f}
interoperability {n} (computing)  :: interopérabilité {f}, interfonctionnement {m}
interorganic {adj}  :: interorganique
interpellate {v} /ˌɪn.təɹ.ˈpɛl.eɪt/ (interrupt so as to inform or question)  :: interpeller
interpellate {v} (question formally about government business)  :: interpeller
interpersonal {adj} (between persons)  :: interpersonnel
interpetiolar {adj} (between petioles)  :: interpétiolaire
interplanetary {adj} (existing or occurring between between planets)  :: interplanétaire
interpolate {v} /ɪn.ˈtɜɹ.pə.ˌleɪt/ (to estimate the value of a function)  :: interpoler
interpose {v} /ˌɪn.təˈpəʊz/ (to insert something (or oneself) between other things)  :: interposer, intercaler
interpose {v} (to interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a comment)  :: interrompre, couper, casser le fil
interpose {v} (to intervene in a dispute, or in a conversation)  :: s'interposer, se mêler à, se jeter dans la mêlée, semer la merde [vulgar]
interpose {v}  :: intercalé
interposition {n} (the act of interposing, or the state of being interposed)  :: interposition {f}
interpret {v} /ɪnˈtɝ.pɹɪt/ (to apprehend and represent by means of art)  :: interpréter
interpret {v} (to act as an interpreter)  :: traduire, interpréter
interpretation {n} /ɪntɚpɹəˈteɪʃən/ (act of interpreting)  :: interprétation {f}
interpretation {n} (sense given by an interpreter)  :: interprétation {f}
interpretation {n} (the discipline of translating a spoken language)  :: interprétation {f}
interpretation {n}  :: interprétation
interpreter {n} /ɪnˈtəːpɹɪtə/ (one who interprets speech)  :: interprète {m} {f}
interpreter {n} (computer program)  :: interpréteur {m}
interpretership {n}  :: interprétariat
interproject {adj} (Between projects)  :: interprojet
interpunct {n} (punctuation mark)  :: point médian {m}, point en haut {m}
interquery {adj} (Between more than one query)  :: inter-requête {f}
interracial {adj} (between or including two or more races)  :: interracial
interregnum {n} /ˌɪntəɹˈɹɛɡnəm/ (period of time between the end of a sovereign's reign and the accession of another sovereign)  :: interrègne {m}
interrelation {n} (mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation)  :: interrelation {f}
interrobang {n} /ɪnˈtɛ.ɹəʊˌbæŋ/ (the punctuation mark ‽)  :: point exclarrogatif {m}
interrogate {v} (to question or quiz)  :: interroger
interrogation mark {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark  ::
interrogation point {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark  ::
interrogatively {adv} (in an interrogative manner)  :: interrogativement
interrogative pronoun {n} (pronoun used in a question)  :: pronom interrogatif {m}
interrogator {n} (one who interrogates, a questioner)  :: interrogateur {m}, interrogatrice {f}
interrupt {v} /ˌɪntəˈɹʌpt/ (to disturb or halt an ongoing process or action)  :: interrompre
interruption {n} /ˌɪntəˈɹʌpʃən/ (the act of interrupting, or the state of being interrupted)  :: interruption {f}
interruption {n} (a time interval during which there is a cessation of something)  :: interruption {f}
interscapular {adj}  :: interscapulaire
interschool {adj} (occurring or taking place between two or more schools)  :: interscolaire
intersection {n} /ˈɪntəɹˌsɛkʃən/ (junction of two or more paths, etc)  :: carrefour {m}, intersection {f}
intersection {n} (in geometry)  :: intersection {f}
intersection {n} (in set theory)  :: intersection {f}
intersex {n} (condition) SEE: intersexuality  ::
intersex {n} /ˈɪntɚsɛks/ (individual)  :: intersexué {m}, intersexuée {f}
intersex {adj} (having characteristics of both sexes)  :: intersexué
intersexuality {n} (the state of having physical features of both sexes)  :: intersexualité {f}, intersexuation {f}
Interslavic {adj} /ˌɪntɚˈslɑːvɪk/ (pertaining to contact between (individuals or groups of) different Slavic nations)  :: interslave
Interslavic {prop} (auxiliary Slavic language)  :: interslave {m}
interspecific {adj} (occurring among members of different species)  :: interspécifique
intersperse {v} (to mix two things irregularly)  :: entremêler
intersperse {v} (to insert something into other things)  :: intercaler
interstate {adv} /ˈɪntɚˌsteɪt/ (of, or relating to two or more states)  :: interétatique
interstellar {adj} (between stars)  :: interstellaire
interstellar space {n} (space between the stars)  :: espace interstellaire
interstice {n} /ɪnˈtɚ.stɪs/ (small opening or space)  :: interstice {m}
interstitial {adj} /ɪntəɹˈstɪʃəl/ (of, relating to, or situated in an interstice)  :: interstitiel
interstitial {n} (webpage displayed before a content page)  :: publicité interstitielle {f}
intersubjective {adj} (inter-subjective)  :: intersubjectif
intertextuality {n} (the idea that a given text is a response to what has already been written)  :: intertextualité {f}
intertidal zone {n} (foreshore) SEE: foreshore  ::
intertropical {adj} (between, or within the tropics)  :: intertropical
intertwine {v} (To twine something together)  :: enchevêtrer, entrelacer
intertwine {v} (To become twined together)  :: s'entrelacer
interuniversity {adj} (existing or taking place between universities)  :: interuniversitaire
interval {n} (intermission) SEE: intermission  ::
interval {n} /ˈɪntɚvəl/ (distance in space)  :: intervalle {m}
interval {n} (period of time)  :: intervalle {m}
interval {n} (sports:half time) SEE: half time  ::
intervene {v} (to come between, or to be between, persons or things)  :: intervenir
intervention {n} /ɪntɚˈvɛnʃən/ (act of intervening)  :: intervention
intervention {n} (medical procedure)  :: intervention
interventionism {n} (political practice)  :: interventionnisme
intervertebral disc {n} (disc between the vertebra in the spine)  :: disques intervertébraux
interview {n} /ˈɪntɚvjuː/ (conversation with journalist etc.)  :: interview {f}, entretien {m}
interview {n} (a formal meeting for the assessment of a candidate or applicant)  :: entretien {m}, entrevue {f}
interview {v} (to have an interview)  :: avoir une entrevue, interroger (especially by the police)
interviewer {n} /ˈɪntɚvjuɚ/ (one who interviews)  :: intervieweur {m}, intervieweuse {f}
intervocalic {adj} /ˌɪntəɹvoʊˈkælɪk/ (between vowels)  :: intervocalique
interwar {adj} (Relating to the time between two wars)  :: entre-deux-guerres
interweave {v} /ɪntəɹˈwiːv/ (to combine through weaving)  :: entrelacer
intestate {adj} (without a valid will)  :: intestat
intestate {n} (a person who dies without making a valid will)  :: intestat {m}
intestinal {adj} (relating to the intestines)  :: intestinal
intestinal obstruction {n} (bowel obstruction) SEE: bowel obstruction  ::
intestine {n} /ɪnˈtɛstɪn/ (alimentary canal)  :: intestin {m}, boyau {m} [intestine of an animal, or, informally, of a human]
intestine {n} (subdivision of the alimentary canal)  :: intestin {m}
in the act {prep} (in the process of doing something)  :: sur le fait
in the bag {prep} (certain or extremely likely to occur; assured)  :: dans le sac, dans la poche
in the black {prep} (having positive net income)  :: dans le noir
in the buff {prep} (nude)  :: à poil
in the end {prep} (eventually, finally)  :: en fin de compte
in the event {conj} (if) SEE: if  ::
in the event of {prep} (in case of) SEE: in case of  ::
in the fast lane {prep} (in a lifestyle, etc. with a rapid, exciting, frantic, or risky pace)  :: ≈vie de patachon {f} (a noun = life in the fast lane)
in the first place {prep} /ɪn ðə ˈfɜːst pleɪs/ (to begin with)  :: en premier lieu, pour commencer, avant tout
in the flesh {prep} (with one's own body and presence)  :: en personne, en chair et en os
in the future {prep} (at a future time)  :: dans le futur
in the know {prep} (informed, aware)  :: au courant, au parfum [colloquial]
in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king {proverb} (In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king)  :: au royaume des aveugles, les borgnes sont rois
in the lead {prep} /ˌɪnðəˈliːd/ (in first place)  :: en tête
in the least {prep} (at all) SEE: at all  ::
in the light of {prep} (in light of) SEE: in light of  ::
in the limelight {prep} (focus of attention)  :: sous les feux de la rampe
in the long run {prep} (eventually)  :: à terme, à long terme
in the long term {prep} (eventually) SEE: in the long run  ::
in the making {prep} (in the process of being made)  :: en herbe
in the meantime {prep} (meanwhile) SEE: meanwhile  ::
in the middle of {prep} (engaged in but not finished with)  :: en train de
in the midst of {prep} (in the middle of; amidst; amongst)  :: au sein de
in the mood {adj} (disposed to do (something))  :: être d'humeur à
in the name of {prep} (with appeal to)  :: au nom de
in the name of {prep} (by the authority of)  :: au nom de
in the name of {prep} (under the name of)  :: au nom de
in the name of {prep} (under the excuse of)  :: au nom de
in the nick of time {prep} (at the last possible moment)  :: juste à temps
in the offing {prep} (in the foreseeable future; on the horizon)  :: en perspective, à l'horizon
in the past {prep} (at a past time)  :: dans le passé
in the process of {prep} (engaged in but not finished with)  :: en train de
in the red {prep} (in debt)  :: dans le rouge
in the same vein {prep} (of similar kind)  :: dans la même veine
in the sticks {prep} (a long distance away from anywhere of importance)  :: au milieu de nulle part
in the swim {prep} (actively participating in the flow of events)  :: dans le courant, dans le vent
in the twinkling of an eye {prep} (immediately, instantaneously)  :: en un clin d'œil
in the wake of {prep} (as a result of)  :: suite à
in the way {prep} (obstructing)  :: sur le passage, gêner [verb]
in the way of {prep} (in a position of being likely to obtain)  :: en mesure de
in the wild {prep} (not domesticated)  :: dans la nature
in three days {adv} (in three days - translation entry)  :: après-après-demain
inthronize {v} (enthrone) SEE: enthrone  ::
intifada {n} (intifada)  :: intifada {f}
intimacy {n} /ˈɪn.tɪ.mə.si/ (feeling of closeness and openness towards someone else)  :: intimité
intimate {adj} /ˈɪn.tɪ.mət/ (closely acquainted; familiar)  :: intime {mf}
intimate {adj} (of or involved in a sexual relationship)  :: intime
in time {prep} (at or before the time assigned)  :: à l'heure, à temps, en temps et en heure
in time {prep} (sufficiently early (for something))  :: à temps
in time {prep} (as time passes)  :: avec le temps
in time {prep} (in rhythm)  :: en rythme
in time {prep} (at the same rhythm as (with someone/something))  :: en rythme
in time {prep} ((music) in the correct tempo)  :: en rythme
intimidate {v} /ɪnˈtɪmɪdeɪt/ (to make timid or fearful)  :: intimider
intimidation {n} (act of making timid or fearful)  :: intimidation {f}
intimidator {n} (one who intimidates)  :: intimidateur {m}
intimism {n} (A genre involving depiction of quiet domestic scenes)  :: intimisme {m}
intinction {n} (the act of steeping or soaking the bread in the wine)  :: intinction {f}
into {prep} /ˈɪn.tu/ (going inside)  :: dans, à l'intérieur de
into {prep} (going to a geographic region)  :: dans
into {prep} (producing, becoming)  :: en
intolerable {adj} (not tolerable)  :: intolérable
intolerably {adv} (in an intolerable manner)  :: intolérablement
intolerance {n} (the state of being intolerant)  :: intolérance {f}
intolerant {adj} (unable or indisposed to tolerate, endure or bear)  :: intolérant
intolerant {adj} (not tolerant; close-minded about new or different ideas)  :: intolérant
intonation {n} /ɪntɵˈneɪʃən/ (the rise and fall of the voice in speaking)  :: intonation {f}
in total {prep} (including all aspects of something)  :: en tout
into the bargain {prep} (along with)  :: par-dessus le marché, pour couronner le tout
in touch {prep} (in contact, or in communication)  :: en contact
in touch {prep} (rugby term)  :: en touche
intoxicate {v} (To stupefy by doping with chemical substances such as alcohol)  :: intoxiquer
intoxicated {adj} (stupefied by alcohol)  :: ivre
intoxication {n} (poisoning)  :: intoxication {f}
intra- {prefix} (prefix signifying inside, within, interior, during)  :: intra-
intracellular {adj} (within a cell)  :: intracellulaire
intractable {adj} (stubborn)  :: intraitable
intradermal {adj} (within, about, or below a dermal tissue layer)  :: intradermique
intramuscular {adj} (inside a muscle)  :: intramusculaire
intranet {n} /ˈɪntɹəˌnɛt/ (private computer network that uses the protocols of the Internet)  :: intranet {m}
intransigence {n} (intransigence)  :: intransigeance {f}
intransigent {adj} (unwilling to compromise or moderate a position)  :: intransigeant, impitoyable
intransitive {adj} /ɪnˈtɹænsətɪv/ (of a verb, not taking a direct object)  :: intransitif
intransitively {adv} (in an intransitive manner)  :: intransitivement
intransitive verb {n} /ɪnˌtɹænsətɪv ˈvɜːb/ (action verb not taking a direct object, see also: neuter)  :: verbe intransitif {m}
intransitivity {n} (Quality of being intransitive)  :: intransitivité {f}
intranslatability {n} (property of being untranslatable; inability to be translated)  :: intraductibilité {f}, intraduisibilité {f}
intraquery {adj} (Within a single query)  :: intra-requête {f}
intrasexual {adj} (intrasexual)  :: intrasexuel {m}
intraspecific {adj} (Occurring among members of the same species)  :: intraspécifique
intrathecal {adj} (delivered into the spinal canal)  :: intrathécal
intraurban {adj}  :: intra-urbain
intrauterine {adj} (inside the uterus)  :: intra-utérin
intrauterine device {n} (contraceptive device)  :: stérilet {m}, dispositif intra-utérin {m}, DIU {m}
intrauterine insemination {n} (insertion of sperm directly into a woman's uterus)  :: insémination intra-utérine {f}
intravenous {adj} /ɪntɹəˈviːnəs/ (inside the veins)  :: intraveineux, endoveineux
intrepid {adj} /ɪnˈtɹɛpɪd/ (fearless)  :: intrépide
intricate {adj} /ˈɪn.tɹɪ.kət/ (having a great deal of fine detail or complexity)  :: compliqué, tortueux
intrigue {n} /ˈɪntɹiːɡ/ (plot or scheme)  :: intrigue {f}
intrigue {v} (to plan)  :: intriguer, conspirer
intrigue {v} (to arouse interest)  :: intriguer
intriguing {adj} /ɪntɹiːɡɪŋ/ (causing a desire to know more)  :: fascinant
intrinsic {adj} /ɪn.ˈtɹɪn.zɪk/ (inherent)  :: intrinsèque
intrinsic {adj} (situated or produced inside an organ)  :: intrinsèque
intro {n} /ˈɪntɹoʊ/ (short form of introduction)  :: intro
introduce {v} /ˌɪntɹəˈduːs/ (to cause someone to be acquainted)  :: présenter
introduce {v} (to and make something or someone known by formal announcement or recommendation)  :: présenter
introduce {v} (to add something to a system, a mixture, or a container)  :: introduire
introduce {v} (to bring into practice)  :: introduire
introduction {n} /ɪntɹəˈdʌkʃən/ (act or process of introducing)  :: introduction {f}
introduction {n} (means of presenting one person to another)  :: présentation {f}
introduction {n} (initial section of a book or article which introduces subject material)  :: introduction {f}
intron {n} /ˈɪntɹɒn/ (genetics: portion of a split gene that is included in pre-RNA transcripts but is removed during RNA processing)  :: intron
introspective {adj} /ɪntɹoʊˈspɛktɪv/ (examining one's own perceptions and sensory experiences)  :: intropectif
introverted {adj} (possessing the characteristic property of an introvert)  :: introverti
intrude {v} /ɪnˈtɹuːd/ (to enter without welcome; to encroach)  :: faire intrusion, être importun , s'incruster [colloquial], empiéter
intruder {n} /ənˈtɹudɚ/ (someone who intrudes)  :: intrus, importun
intrusion {n} /ɪnˈtɹuːʒən/ (forcible entry)  :: intrusion {f}
intrusive {adj} /ɪnˈtɹuːsɪv/ (tending to intrude)  :: intrusif
intubate {v} (to insert a tube into)  :: intuber
intubation {n} (introduction of a tube into an organ to keep it open)  :: tubage {m}, intubation {f}
intuit {v} /ɪnˈtjuɪt/ (to know intuitively)  :: intuiter
intuition {n} /ɪntuwˈɪʃɨn/ (immediate cognition without the use of rational processes)  :: intuition {f}
intuition {n} (perceptive insight gained by the use of this faculty)  :: intuition {f}
intuitive {adj} /ɪnˈtjuːɪtɪv/ (automatic, without requiring conscious thought)  :: intuitif
in tune {prep} (having the correct musical pitch)  :: juste
in turn {prep} (one after the other; successively)  :: tour à tour
in turn {prep} (in response in return)  :: en retour
in turn {prep} (having a relationship sequentially comparable to one just mentioned)  :: à son tour {m} {f}, à leur tour {m-p} {f-p}
in two shakes {adv} (very quickly)  :: en deux temps trois mouvements
Inuit {n} /ˈɪnjuːɪt/ (the people)  :: Inuit
Inuit {adj} (of or pertaining to Inuit people, language, or culture)  :: inuit
Inuktitut {prop} (language)  :: inuktitut {m}
inundate {v} /ˈɪn.ən.deɪt/ (to cover with large amounts of water)  :: inonder
inundate {v} (to overwhelm)  :: inonder
inundation {n} (act of inundating)  :: inondation {f}
inure {v} /ɪˈnjʊɹ/ (to cause to become accustomed to something unpleasant by prolonged exposure)  :: endurcir, aguerrir, habituer
inure {v} (to take effect, or to benefit someone)  :: prendre effet
in utero {adv} (occurring within the uterus)  :: in utero
inutility {n} (uselessness) SEE: uselessness  ::
invadable {adj} (able to be invaded)  :: envahissable
invade {v} /ɪnˈveɪd/ (to enter by force in order to conquer)  :: envahir
invade {v}  :: envahir
invader {n} /ɪn.ˈveɪ.də(ɹ)/ (one who invades; an assailant; an encroacher; an intruder)  :: envahisseur {m}, envahisseuse {f}
invaginate {v} (to fold up into a pouch-like structure)  :: invaginer
in vain {adv} (without success)  :: en vain, inutilement
in vain {adv} (disrespectful manner)  :: à la légère
invalidate {v} /ˌɪnˈvæl.ɪ.deɪt/ (to make invalid)  :: invalider
invaluable {adj} (of great value)  :: inestimable {m} {f}
invariable {adj} (not variable)  :: invariable
invariably {adv} (always)  :: invariablement
invariant {adj} (that is not affected by a specified operation)  :: invariant, invariant {m}
invariant {adj}  :: invariant
invasion {n} /ɪnˈveɪʒən/ (military action)  :: invasion
invasive {adj} /ɪnˈveɪsɪv/ (invading a foreign country)  :: d'invasion
invasive {adj} (of a plant or animal)  :: envahissant, invasif
invasive {adj} (in medicine)  :: invasif
invasive {adj} (intruding on one's privacy)  :: invasif
invent {v} /ɪnˈvɛnt/ (design a new process or mechanism)  :: inventer
invent {v} (create something fictional)  :: inventer
invent {v}  :: inventer
invented {adj} (imaginary) SEE: imaginary  ::
invented {adj} (fictional, made up)  :: trouvé
invention {n} /ɪnˈvɛnʃən/ (something invented)  :: invention {f}
inventive {adj} /ɪnˈvɛntɪv/  :: inventif
inventor {n} (inventor)  :: inventeur {m}, inventrice {f}
inventorize {v} (to make an inventory of) SEE: inventory  ::
inventory {n} /ˈɪn.vənˌtɔ.ɹi/ (stock of an item on hand at a particular location or business)  :: inventaire {m}
inventory {v} (to take stock of the resources or items on hand; to produce an inventory)  :: inventorier
inventress {n} (inventrix) SEE: inventrix  ::
inventrix {n} /ɪnˈvɛntɹɪks/ (a female that invents)  :: inventrice {f}, trouveuse {f}
Inverness {prop} (city in Scotland)  :: Inverness
inverse {adj} /ɪnˈvɝs/ (opposite in effect or nature)  :: inversé
inverse {adj} (reverse, opposite in order)  :: inversé
inverse {adj}  :: inverse
inverse {n}  :: inverse, contraire
inverse function {n} (function that does the opposite of another)  :: fonction réciproque {f}
inversely {adv} (in an inverse manner)  :: inversement
inverse matrix {n} (linear algebra)  :: matrice inverse {f}
inversion {n} /ɪnˈvɝʒən/ (deviation from standard word order by putting the predicate before the subject, in questions with auxiliary verbs and for the purpose of emphasis)  :: inversion {f}
inversion of control {n} (abstract principle describing an aspect of some software architecture designs)  :: inversion de contrôle {f}
inversion pair {n} (mathematics)  :: paires en inversion {f-p}
invert {n} (homosexual) SEE: homosexual  ::
invert {v} /ɪnˈvɝt/ (turn upside down or inside out)  :: invertir
invertebrate {n} (animal without backbone)  :: invertébré {m}
invertebrate {adj} (lacking backbone)  :: invertébré
invertible {adj} ((mathematics) which has an inverse)  :: inversible {m} {f}
invert sugar {n} /ˈɪnvɜː(ɹ)t ˈʃʊɡə(ɹ)/ (equal mixture of glucose and fructose formed by the enzymatic hydrolysis of sucrose)  :: sucre inverti {m}
invest {v} /ɪnˈvɛst/ (to commit resources in the hope of financial gain)  :: investir
invest {v} (to spend money, time, effort into sthg)  :: investir; consacrer (time and effort)
invest {v} (to ceremonially install into office)  :: investir
invest {v} (to formally give power)  :: investir
invest {v} (to lay siege to)  :: investir
invest {v} (to make investments)  :: investir
invest {v} (to clothe or wrap with garments) SEE: clothe  ::
investigate {v} /ɪn.ˈves.tɪ.ɡeɪ̯t]/ (to inquire into, study)  :: étudier
investigate {v} (to conduct an inquiry or examination)  :: enquêter
investigate {v}  :: rechercher
investigation {n} /ɪnˌvɛstəˈɡeɪʃən/ (the act of investigating)  :: investigation {f}
investigator {n} (one who investigates)  :: enquêteur {m}, enquêtrice {f}, investigateur
investment {n} (placement of capital in expectation of deriving income or profit from its use)  :: investissement
investor {n} (person who invests money in order to make a profit)  :: investisseur
inveterate {adj} (malignant) SEE: malignant  ::
inveterate {adj} /ɪnˈvɛtəɹɪt/ (firmly established)  :: invétéré
inveterate {adj} (whose habits are firmly established)  :: invétéré
in view of {prep} (considering)  :: au vu de
invigilate {v} (To oversee an exam)  :: surveiller
invincibility {n} (state or quality of being invincible)  :: invincibilité {f}
invincible {adj} /ɪnˈvɪns.ɪbl̩/ (impossible to defeat, destroy or kill)  :: invincible
invincible {n} (someone who cannot be defeated, destroyed or killed)  :: invincible
in vino veritas {proverb} (in wine, there is truth) SEE: in wine, there is truth  ::
inviolable {adj} (not violable; not to be infringed)  :: inviolable
invisibility {n} (the state of being invisible)  :: invisibilité {f}
invisible {adj} /ɪnˈvɪzəb(ə)l/ (unable to be seen)  :: invisible
invisible {adj} (not appearing on the surface)  :: invisible, caché
Invisible Pink Unicorn {prop} (unicorn goddess)  :: Licorne rose invisible
invisibly {adv} (in a way that can not be seen)  :: invisiblement
invitation {n} /ɪn.vɪˈteɪ.ʃən/ (act of inviting)  :: invitation {f}
invitation {n} (document or spoken words conveying the message by which one is invited)  :: invitation {f}
invite {v} /ɪnˈvaɪt/ (ask for the presence or participation of someone)  :: inviter, convier
invite {n} /ˈɪnvaɪt/ ((informal) invitation)  :: invitation {f}
invite {v} (encourage) SEE: encourage  ::
in vitro {adj} (adjective: in an artificial environment outside the living organism)  :: in vitro
in vitro fertilization {n} ((medicine) the fertilization of an egg by sperm outside of a woman's body)  :: fécondation in vitro {f}, FIV {f}
invocation {n} (The act or form of calling for the assistance or presence of some superior being; earnest and solemn entreaty; especially, prayer offered to a divine being)  :: invocation {f}
invoice {n} /ˈɪnˌvɔɪs/ (bill)  :: facture {f}
invoice {v} (to bill)  :: facturer
invoke {v} /ɪnˈvoʊk/ (call upon someone for help etc.)  :: invoquer
invoke {v} (appeal for validation to a (notably cited) authority)  :: invoquer
invoke {v} (solicit, petition for)  :: invoquer
involuntarily {adv} (in an involuntary manner)  :: involontairement
involuntary {adj}  :: involontaire
involute {n} (a curve that cuts all tangents of another curve at right angles; traced by a point on a string that unwinds from a curved object)  :: développante {f}
involve {v} /inˈvɒlv/ (To connect with something)  :: collaborer
involved {adj} (complicated) SEE: complicated  ::
involvement {n} (the act of involving or state of being involved)  :: implication {f}
invulnerable {adj} (incapable of being wounded)  :: invulnérable
inward {adj} /ˈɪnwəd/ (on inside)  :: intérieur
inward {adv} (toward the inside)  :: vers l'intérieur
in wine, there is truth {proverb} (one tells the truth under the influence of alcohol)  :: la vérité est dans le vin
in your dreams {phrase} (in your dreams)  :: dans tes rêves
in your face {interj}  :: (often preceded by "pan"!) dans ta gueule, dans ta face, dans les dents ; dans ton cul
Io {prop} /ˈaɪoʊ/ (moon of Jupiter)  :: Io
IOC {initialism} (initialism of International Olympic Committee)  :: CIO
iodine {n} (element)  :: iode {m}
ion {n} /ˈaɪ.ɑn/ (atom or group of atoms bearing an electrical charge)  :: ion {m}
Ionia {prop} ((historical) Ancient Greek settlement in Asia Minor)  :: Ionie {f}
Ionian Islands {prop} (a group of islands in the Ionian Sea)  :: les îles Ioniennes f plural
Ionian mode {n} (musical mode)  :: mode ionien {m}
Ionian Sea {prop} (European sea)  :: mer Ionienne {f}
ionic {adj} /aɪˈɒnɪk/ (of, relating to, or containing ions)  :: ionique
ionization {n} (any process that leads to dissociation)  :: ionisation
ionize {v} (to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged species)  :: ioniser
ionizing radiation {n} (high-energy radiation that is capable of causing ionization in substances)  :: rayonnement ionisant
ionosphere {n} (part of Earth's atmosphere)  :: ionosphère
ionosphere {n} (similar region)  :: ionosphère
iota {n} /aɪˈoʊtə/ (Greek letter)  :: iota {m}
Iowa {prop} /ˈaɪoʊwə/ (A state in Midwest in US)  :: Iowa
IPA {n} (International Phonetic Alphabet)  :: API
IP address {n} (number assigned to each computer's network interface)  :: adresse IP {f}
iPhone {n} (device)  :: iPhone {m}
iPod {n} (device)  :: iPod
ipsative {adj} /ˈɪpsətɪv/ (denoting a measure that forces an individual to choose among multiple desirable options)  :: ipsatif
ipseity {n}  :: ipséité {f}
ipso facto {adv} /ˈɪpsəʊ ˌfæktəʊ/ (By that fact)  :: ipso facto
IQ {n} (abbreviation of intelligence quotient)  :: QI {m} (Quotient Intellectuel)
Iqaluit {prop} /ɪˈkælʊ.ɪt/ (capital of Nunavut)  :: Iqaluit, Frobisher Bay
Iraklion {prop} (The capital city of Crete)  :: Iráklion, Héraklion
Iran {prop} /ɪˈɹɑːn/ (country in Western Asia)  :: Iran {m}
Irani {adj} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian  ::
Irani {n} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian  ::
Iranian {n} /ɪˈɹeɪni.ən/ (person from Iran or of Iranian descent)  :: Iranien
Iranian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Iran, the people or Iranian languages)  :: iranien
Iraq {prop} /ɪˈɹæk/ (country)  :: Iraq {m}, Irak {m}
Iraqi {n} (person from Iraq)  :: Iraquien {m}, Iraquienne {f}
Iraqi {adj} (from or pertaining to Iraq)  :: iraquien
irascible {adj} /ɪˈɹæs.ɪ.bəl/ (prone to anger)  :: irascible
irate {adj} /aɪˈɹeɪt/ (extremely angry)  :: furieux, en colère
ire {n} /aɪɹ/ (great anger)  :: ire {f}, colère {f}
Ireland {prop} /ˈäɪɚɫɪ̈nd]/ (island)  :: Irlande {f}
Ireland {prop} (country, see also: Republic of Ireland)  :: Irlande
Irene {prop} /aɪˈɹiːn/ (female given name)  :: Irène {f}
irenic {adj} /ʌɪˈɹɛnɪk/ (Promoting or fitted to promote peace)  :: irénique {m} {f}
irenical {adj} (peaceful)  :: irénique
iridescence {n} (The condition or state of being iridescent; exhibition of colors like those of the rainbow; a prismatic play of color)  :: iridescence {f}
iridescent {adj} /ɪ.ɹɪˈdɛs.ənt/ (producing lustrous colors)  :: iridescent {m}
iridescent {adj} (brilliant, lustrous, or colorful)  :: iridescent {m}
iridium {n} (chemical element)  :: iridium {m}
iris {n} /ˈaɪɹɪs/ (plant of the genus Iris)  :: iris {m}
iris {n} (part of the eye)  :: iris {m}
iris {n} (photography, cinematography: diaphragm)  :: iris {m}
Iris {prop} (Greek messenger of the gods)  :: Iris
Iris {prop} (female given name)  :: Iris
Irish {prop} /ˈaɪɹɪʃ/ (the language)  :: irlandais {m}, gaélique irlandais {m}
Irish {n} (the people)  :: Irlandais {m}, Irlandaise {f}
Irish {adj} (pertaining to or originating from Ireland or the Irish people)  :: irlandais
Irish {adj} (pertaining to the language)  :: irlandais, gaélique
Irish coffee {n} (coffee with a dash of whiskey, topped with whipped cream)  :: Irish coffee
Irishman {n} (man from Ireland)  :: Irlandais {m}
Irish Sea {prop} (a sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland)  :: Mer d'Irlande {f}
Irish setter {n} /ˈaɪɹɪʃ ˈsɛt.ə/ (a breed of gun dog)  :: setter irlandais {m}
Irish Wolfhound {n} (Irish Wolfhound)  :: lévrier irlandais
Irishwoman {n} (woman from Ireland)  :: Irlandaise {f}
irk {v} /ɝk/ (to irritate; annoy; bother)  :: agacer, irriter
Irkutsk {prop} /iɹˈkʊtsk/ (city in Siberia)  :: Irkoutsk {m}
iron {n} /ˈaɪɚn/ (element)  :: fer {m}
iron {n} (for pressing clothes)  :: fer à repasser {m}
iron {adj} (made of iron)  :: de fer
iron {v} (to pass an iron over clothing)  :: repasser
iron {n} (shackles) SEE: shackles  ::
Iron Age {prop} /ˈʌɪən eɪdʒ/ (archaeology)  :: âge du fer {m}
Iron Age {prop} (mythology)  :: âge du fer {m}
ironclad {n} (armor-plated warship)  :: cuirassé
iron curtain {n} (impenetrable barrier)  :: rideau de fer {m}
Iron Curtain {prop} (the dividing line between western Europe and the Soviet controlled regions)  :: rideau de fer {m}
ironer {n} (someone who irons)  :: repasseuse {f}
ironer {n} (device used to iron clothes)  :: repasseuse {f}
iron fist {n} (ruthless control)  :: main de fer {f}
ironic {adj} /aɪˈɹɒn.ɪk/ (characterized by irony)  :: ironique
ironically {adv} (In an ironic manner)  :: ironiquement
ironically {adv} (evaluative (sentence-modifying))  :: ironiquement
iron(II) sulfate {n} (FeSO4)  :: couperose
ironing {n} (act of pressing clothes with an iron)  :: repassage {m}
ironing {n} (laundry that has been washed and is ready to be ironed)  :: vêtements à repasser {m-p}
ironing {n} (laundry that has recently been ironed)  :: vêtements repassés {m-p}
ironing board {n} (a long board on which one can iron)  :: planche à repasser {f}
iron lung {n} (a pneumonic device for assisted breathing)  :: poumon d'acier {m}
iron maiden {n} (torture device)  :: vierge de fer {f}, vierge de Nuremberg {f}
ironmonger {n} (retailer in iron goods and hardware)  :: quincailler
iron ore {n} (ore containing iron)  :: minerai de fer {m}
iron out {v} (to remove with an iron)  :: aplanir
ironsmith {n} (blacksmith) SEE: blacksmith  ::
ironworks {n} (factory)  :: ferronnerie {f}
irony {n} /ˈaɪ.ɹə.ni/ (statement that may mean the opposite of what is written literally)  :: ironie {f}
irony {n} (condition contrary to expectations)  :: ironie du sort {f}
irony {adj} /ˈaɪ.ɚ.ni/ (of or pertaining to iron)  :: ferreux
Iroquoian {adj} (of or pertaining to a Native American language family including the Iroquois and Cherokee)  :: iroquoien
Iroquoian {n} (a member of the Iroquois people)  :: Iroquoien {m}
Iroquois {n} (hairdo) SEE: Mohawk  ::
Iroquois {n} /ˈɪɹ.ə.kwɔɪ/ (a person belonging to an Iroquois tribe)  :: Iroquois
Iroquois {n} (confederacy of five Native American tribes)  :: Iroquois
Iroquois {prop} (any of the Iroquois languages)  :: Iroquois
irradiation {n} (an act of irradiating, or state of being irradiated)  :: irradiation {f}
irrational {adj} /ɪˈɹæʃ.(ə.)nəl/ (unfounded or nonsensical)  :: irrationnel
irrational {adj} (mathematics: of a number)  :: irrationnel {m}, irrationnelle {f}
irrationalist {n}  :: irrationaliste {m} {f}
irrationality {n} (want of reason)  :: irrationalité
irrational number {n} (real number that is not rational)  :: nombre irrationnel {m}
Irrawaddy {prop} /ˈɪɹəˌwɑdi/ (river that flows through Burma)  :: Irrawaddy
irreconcilable {adj} (unable to be reconciled; opposed; uncompromising)  :: irréconciliable
irrecoverable {adj} (irremediable) SEE: irremediable  ::
irredeemable {adj} /ɪɹəˈdiːməbəl/ (not able to be restored)  :: irrémédiable
irredentism {n} /ɪɹɪˈdɛntɪzəm/ (an annexation doctrine)  :: irrédentisme {m}
irrefutable {adj} /ˌɪɹɪˈfjuːtəbl/ (undeniable, unable to be disproved)  :: irréfutable
irregular {adj} /ɪˈɹɛɡjəlɚ/ (non-standard)  :: irrégulier
irregular {adj} (in grammar, applied to verbs)  :: irrégulier
irregular {adj} (lacking uniformity)  :: irrégulier
irregular {n} (soldier)  :: irrégulier {m}
irregularity {n} (instance being irregular)  :: irrégularité {f}
irregularity {n} (state or condition of being irregular)  :: irrégularité {f}
irregularity {n} (object or event that is not regular)  :: irrégularité {f}
irregularity {n} (violation of rules)  :: irrégularité {f}
irregularly {adv} /ɪˈɹɛɡjʊləli/ (in an irregular manner; without rule, method, or order)  :: irrégulièrement
irregular plural {n} (plural not following regular rules)  :: pluriel irrégulier
irregular verb {n} (verb that does not follow the normal rules for its conjugation)  :: verbe irrégulier {m}
irrelevant {adj} (not related, not applicable, unimportant, not connected)  :: non-pertinent
irreligious {adj} /ˌɪɹɪˈlɪdʒəs/ (contrary to religious beliefs and practices)  :: irréligieux
irreligious {adj} (having no relation to religion)  :: irréligieux
irremediable {adj} (unable to be remedied)  :: irrémédiable
irremediably {adv} (in an irremediable way)  :: irrémédiablement
irreparable {adj} (that is unable to be repaired)  :: irréparable
irreplaceable {adj} (that cannot be replaced)  :: irremplaçable
irrepressible {adj} (Not containable or controllable)  :: irrépressible
irreproachable {adj} (free from blame)  :: irréprochable
irresistibility {n} (quality of being irresistible)  :: irrésistibilité {f}
irresistible {adj} /ˌɪɹɪˈzɪstəbl̩/ (not able to be resisted)  :: irrésistible
irresistibly {adv} (in an irresistible manner)  :: irrésistiblement
irresponsibility {n} (character or state of being irresponsible)  :: irresponsabilité {f}
irresponsible {adj} (lacking a sense of responsibility)  :: irresponsable
irresponsible {adj} (not responsible; not subject to responsibility)  :: irresponsable
irresponsibly {adv} /ˌɪ.ɹɪ.ˈspɒn.sə.bli/ (in an irresponsible manner)  :: irresponsablement
irreverent {adj} (lacking respect or seriousness)  :: irrévérencieux, irrespectueux
irreverently {adv} (in an irreverent manner)  :: irrévérencieusement
irreversible {adj} (incapable of being reversed)  :: irréversible
irrigate {v} /ˈɪɹəˌɡeɪt/ (to supply farmland with water)  :: irriguer
irrigation {n} /ˌɪɹəˈɡeɪʃən/ (The act or process of irrigating)  :: irrigation {f}, irrigate
irritability {n} (state or quality of being irritable)  :: irritabilité {f}
irritable {adj} /ˈɪɹɪtəbl/ (capable of being irritated)  :: irritable
irritable {adj} (easily exasperated or excited)  :: irritable
irritable {adj} (responsive to stimuli)  :: irritable
irritable bowel syndrome {n} (functional disorder causing the nerves and muscles of the large intestine to be oversensitive)  :: côlon irritable {m}
irritate {v} /ˈɪɹɪteɪt/ (to cause or induce displeasure or irritation)  :: agacer (displeasure)
irritated {adj} (experiencing a feeling of irritation)  :: énervé, irrité
irritation {n} (the act of irritating)  :: irritation {f}
irrumation {n} /ɪɹʊˈmeiʃən/ (oral sex)  :: irrumation {f}
irruption {n} (action of irrupting)  :: irruption {f}, cambriolage
Irtysh {prop} (river in Siberia)  :: Irtych {m}
is {v} /ɪz/  :: est
IS {prop} (Islamic State, abbreviation, see also: Islamic State)  :: EI {m}
Isaac {prop} /ˈaɪzək/ (son of Abraham and Sarah)  :: Isaac {m}
Isaac {prop} (male given name)  :: Isaac {m}
Isabel {prop} /ˈɪzəbɛl/ (female given name)  :: Isabelle
Isabella {prop} (female given name) SEE: Isabel  ::
Isaiah {prop} /aɪ.ˈzeɪ.ə/ (book of the Bible)  :: Ésaïe, Isaïe
Isaiah {prop} (prophet)  :: Isaïe {m}, Ésaïe {m}
Isaiah {prop} (male given name)  :: Isaïe
ISBN {n} (International Standard Book Number)  :: Numéro international normalisé du livre (NINL)
ischemia {n} /ɪˈskiːmi.ə/ (local anemia)  :: ischémie {f}
ischemic {adj} /ɪˈskiːmɪk/ (characteristic of, or accompanied by ischemia)  :: ischémique
Ischia {prop} (island)  :: Ischia {f}
ischium {n} /ˈɪskɪəm/ (the lowest of three bones of the pelvis)  :: ischion {m}
ischury {n} (retention or suppression of urine)  :: ischurie {f}
-ise {suffix} (-ize) SEE: -ize  ::
I see, said the blind man {phrase} (expressing confusion)  :: bien vu l’aveugle
Isernia {prop} (province)  :: Isernia
Isernia {prop} (town)  :: Isernia
Iseult {prop} (female given name)  :: Iseult, Yseult
Isfahan {prop} (city in Iran)  :: Ispahan
-ish {suffix} /ɪʃ/ (appended to adjectives)  :: -âtre [mostly colours]
-ish {suffix} (appended to numbers)  :: environ, à peu près
Ishmael {prop} (eldest son of Abraham)  :: Ismaël {m}
Isiac {adj} /ˈɪsɪak/ (of or pertaining to the goddess Isis or her worship)  :: isiaque
ISIL {prop} (ISIS) SEE: ISIS  ::
isinglass {n} /ˈaɪzɪŋɡlɑːs/ (gelatine obtained from fish)  :: ichtyocolle {f}
ISIS {prop} /ˈaɪsɪs/ (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria)  :: EIIL {m}, Daech {m}
is it going to rain {phrase} (is it going to rain)  :: va-t-il pleuvoir ?
is it just me {phrase}  :: c'est moi
is it safe here {phrase} (is it safe here?)  :: est-il sûr ici ?
Islam {prop} /ˈɪs.lɑːm/ (religion)  :: Islam {m}
Islamic {adj} /ɪsˈlɑːmɪk/ (Adjectival form of Islam)  :: islamique {m} {f}
Islamic fundamentalism {n} (movement towards Islamic conservatism)  :: fondamentalisme islamique {m}
Islamic Republic of Iran {prop} (full, official name of Iran)  :: République islamique d'Iran {f}
Islamic Republic of Pakistan {prop} (Islamic Republic of Pakistan)  :: République islamique du Pakistan {f}
Islamic State {prop} (jihadist group, see also: IS)  :: État islamique {m}
Islamic State in Iraq {prop} (translations of "Islamic State in Iraq" only)  :: État islamique d'Irak ( ÉII / EII )
Islamism {n} /ˈɪzləmɪz(ə)m/ (Islamic fundamentalism)  :: islamisme {m}
Islamist {n} (person with Islamic fundamentalist beliefs)  :: islamiste {m} {f}
Islamist {adj} (motivated by Islam in politics)  :: islamiste
Islamization {n} (the conversion of a society to Islam)  :: islamisation {f}
Islamophobia {n} (The fear or hatred of Islam or Muslims)  :: islamophobie {f}
island {n} /ˈaɪ̯lənd/ (area of land completely surrounded by water)  :: île {f}, ile {f} [alternative spelling]
island {n} (entity surrounded by other entities that are very different from itself)  :: île {f}
island chain {n} (chain-like archipelago)  :: chaîne d'îles {f}, chapelet d'îles {m}
islander {n} /ˈaɪləndɚ/ (person who lives on an island)  :: insulaire {m} {f}, habitant d'une île {m} {}, habitante d'une île {f} {}, habitant de l'île {m} {}, habitante de l'île {f} {}, îlien {m}, îlienne {f}
island fox {n} (Urocyon littoralis)  :: renard gris insulaire {m}
island state {n} (state consisting of one or more islands)  :: état insulaire {m}
isle {n} (isle) SEE: island  ::
Isle of Man {prop} /aɪl əv mæn/ (island)  :: l'île de Man {f}
Isle of Wight {prop} /ˈaɪ(ə)l əv ˌwaɪt/ (island and county off the south coast of England)  :: île de Wight {f}
Isles of Scilly {prop} (group of islands)  :: les Sorlingues {f-p}, les îles Sorlingues {f-p}
islet {n} /ˈaɪ.lət/ (small island)  :: îlot {m}, ilot {m} [alternative spelling]
islets of Langerhans {n} (regions in the pancreas)  :: îlots de Langerhans {m-p}
-ism {suffix} /ɪzəm/ (a principle, belief or movement)  :: -isme {m}
isn't it so {phrase} (isn't it so?)  :: n'est-ce pas ?
iso- {prefix} (equal)  :: iso-
isobar {n} (A line on a map connecting places of equal pressures)  :: isobare {f}
isobar {n} (either of two nuclides)  :: isobare {f}
isobar {n} ((thermodynamics) set of points at constant pressure)  :: isobare {f}
isobaric {adj} (having the same pressures, masses, or densities)  :: isobare
isobaric {adj} (having a constant pressure throughout)  :: isobare
isobutane {n} (a hydrocarbon: C4H10)  :: isobutane {m}, 2-méthylpropane {m}, méthylpropane {m}
isobutene {n} (unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene)  :: isobutène {m}, isobutylène {m}, méthylpropène {m}, 2-méthylpropène {m}
isobutylene {n} (isobutene) SEE: isobutene  ::
isobutyric acid {n} (2-methyl-propanoic acid, (CH3)2CHCOOH)  :: acide isobutyrique {m}
isochromosome {n} (abnormal chromosome)  :: isochromosome {m}
isocost {n} (curve)  :: isocoût {m}
isodense {adj} (evenly dense)  :: isodense
isoform {n}  :: isoforme
isogloss {n} /ˈaɪsə(ʊ̆)ɡlɒs/ (line indicating geographical boundaries of a linguistic feature)  :: isoglosse {f}
isohyet {n} (a line of equal or constant rainfall on a graph or chart)  :: isohyète {f}
isohypse {n} (A line on a map connecting points of equal height.)  :: isohypse {f}
isolate {v} /ˈaɪsəleɪt/ (transitive: to set apart or cut off from others)  :: isoler
isolate {v}  :: isoler
isolated {adj} (in isolation)  :: isolé {m}, isolée {f}
isolation {n} /ˌaɪsəˈleɪʃən/ (state of being isolated)  :: isolement {m}
isolation {n} (act of isolating)  :: isolation {f}
isolation {n} (diplomacy: state of not having diplomatic relations)  :: isolement {m}
isolation {n} (medicine: separation of a patient from others)  :: isolement {m}
isolationism {n} /ˌaɪsəˈleɪʃəˌnɪzəm/ (policy of non-interaction)  :: isolationnisme {m}
isolationist {adj} (relating to, or supporting, isolationism)  :: isolationniste
isolator {n}  :: isolant {m}
isomer {n} /ˈaɪ.sə.mɚ/ (chemistry: compounds)  :: isomère {m}
isomer {n} (physics: atomic nuclei)  :: isomère {m}
isomeric {adj} (being an isomer)  :: isomérique {m} {f}
isomeric {adj} (exhibiting isomerism)  :: isomérique {m} {f}
isomerism {n} (phenomenon of the existence of isomers)  :: isomérie {f}
isometry {n} (A function)  :: isométrie {f}
isomorphic {adj} /ˌaɪ.soʊˈmɔɹ.fɪk/ ((mathematics) related by an isomorphism)  :: isomorphe
isomorphism {n} (the similarity in form of organisms of different ancestry)  :: isomorphisme {m}
isonomia {n} (equal law or right)  :: isonomie {f}
isopentane {n} (aliphatic hydrocarbon: 2-methylbutane)  :: isopentane
isophotal {adj} (Of or pertaining to isophotes)  :: isophote {m-f}
isophote {n} (contour of equal luminance in an image)  :: isophote {m}
isopod {n} (crustacean of the order Isopoda)  :: isopode {m}
isoprene {n} (isoprene)  :: isoprène {m}
isoquant {n} (line of equal or constant economic production)  :: isoquante {f}
isosceles {adj} (having two sides of equal length, used especially of an isosceles triangle)  :: isocèle
isosceles triangle {n} (triangle having two sides equal)  :: triangle isocèle
isotherm {n} /ˈaɪ.səʊˌθɜː(ɹ)m/ (line representing equal or constant temperature)  :: ligne isotherme {f} , isotherme {f}
isothermal {n} (isotherm) SEE: isotherm  ::
isothermal {adj} (of or pertaining to a process that takes place at constant temperature)  :: isothermique, isotherme
isothermal {adj} (of or relating to an isotherm)  :: isotherme
isothermic {adj}  :: isothermique
isotone {n} (Any of a number of nuclides of different elements)  :: isotone {m}
isotonic {adj} (having the same osmotic pressure)  :: isotonique
isotope {n} /ˈaɪ.sə.toʊp/ (atoms of the same element having a different number of neutrons)  :: isotope {m}
isotopic {adj} (relating to isotopes)  :: isotope
isotopy {n} ((mathematics) form of homotopy)  :: isotopie {f}
isotopy {n} ((linguistics) repetition of a basic meaning trait within a story)  :: isotopie {f}
isotropic {adj} (having properties which are equivalent in all directions)  :: isotrope
isotropy {n} /aɪˈsɒtɹəpi/ (The property of being isotropic)  :: isotropie {f}
ISP {initialism} (Internet service provider)  :: fournisseur d'accès à internet
Israel {prop} /ˈɪzɹeɪəl/ (the state)  :: Israël {m}
Israel {prop} (Biblical: name given to Jacob)  :: Israël {m}
Israel {prop} (given name)  :: Israël {m}
Israeli {n} /ɪzˈɹeɪli/ (person from Israel or of Israeli descent)  :: Israélien
Israeli {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Israel, the Israeli people)  :: israélien {m}, israélienne {f}
Israelite {n} /ˈɪzɹi.əlˌaɪt/ (native or inhabitant of Israel)  :: Israélite {m} {f}
Israelite {n} (descendant of Jacob)  :: Israélite {m}, fils d'Israël {m}, enfant d'Israël {m}
Israelite {adj} (of or pertaining to the ancient nation(s) of Israel, their inhabitants, or to the descendants of the patriarch Jacob)  :: israélite {m} {f}
Isratine {prop}  :: Isratine
Issa {prop} (member of the Issa clan in Djibouti)  :: Issa {m}
ISSN {n} (International Standard Serial Number)  :: numéro international normalisé des publications en série
issuance {n} (act of issuing)  :: émission {f}
issue {n} /ˈɪʃ(j)uː/ (act of flowing out)  :: sortie {f}, émission {f}
issue {n} (act of sending out)  :: livraison {f}; délivrance {f}, émission {f} (order from commanding officer); émission {f} (of money from a treasury)
issue {n} (small incision etc. to drain excess bodily fluid)  :: drain {m}
issue {n} (something flowing or sent out)  :: exsudat {m}, flux {m} (quantity), numéro {m} (newspaper)
issue {n} (legal term for offspring)  :: rejeton {m}, progéniture {f}, descendance {f}
issue {n} (produce or income from farmland or rental property)  :: fruit {m}, fructus {m}
issue {n} (contested point in a dispute or debate)  :: controverse, polémique, question {f}, point {m} de débat
issue {n} (problem or concern)  :: problème {m}
issue {v} (to flow out; to proceed from)  :: sortir; jaillir; descendre de; fructifier
issue {v} (to sally forth)  :: jaillir, faire une sortie {f}, faire une percée {f}
issue {v} (to extend into)  :: déboucher, donner sur
issue {v} (to send out; to put into circulation)  :: émettre, publier
issue {v} (to deliver for use)  :: livrer
issue {v} (to deliver by authority)  :: délivrer, émettre
-ist {suffix} /-ɪst/ (One who follows a particular ideology, doctrine, belief system or theory)  :: -iste {m} {f}
-ist {suffix} (A member of a profession or one interested in something)  :: -iste {m} {f}
-ist {suffix} (A person who uses something)  :: -iste {m} {f}
-ist {suffix} (A person who holds biased views)  :: -iste {m} {f}
-ista {suffix} (follower) SEE: -ist  ::
Istanbul {prop} (largest city of Turkey and last capital of Ottoman Empire)  :: Istanbul {m}
Istanbulite {n} (person from Istanbul)  :: Istanbuliote
is that so {phrase} (really)  :: vraiment?
is there a grocery store nearby {phrase} (is there a grocery store)  :: y a-t-il une épicerie proche?
is there any problem {phrase} (is there any problem?)  :: y a-t-il un problème ?
is there a smaller size {phrase} (is there a smaller size?)  :: y a-t-il une taille plus petite ?
isthmus {n} /ˈɪs.məs/ (narrow strip of land)  :: isthme {m}
Istria {prop} (peninsula in the Adriatic)  :: Istrie {f}
Istro-Romanian {prop} (language)  :: Istro-roumain
it {pron} /ɪt/ (subject — inanimate thing)  :: il {m}, elle {f}, ce {n}, ça {n}
it {pron} (object)  :: le {m}, la {f}, ça
it {pron} (subject of impersonal statement)  :: ce
it {pron} (impersonal pronoun, used without referent)  :: il
it {pron} (impersonal pronoun, used as a placeholder)  :: ce, ça, cela
IT {initialism} (information technology) SEE: information technology  ::
Italian {adj} /ɪˈtæljən/ (of or pertaining to Italy)  :: italien
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to Italians)  :: italien
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Italian language)  :: italien, italophone
Italian {n} (person)  :: Italien {m}, Italienne {f}
Italian {prop} (language)  :: italien {m}
Italianism {n}  :: italianisme {m}, italisme {m}
Italianization {prop} /ɪˌtæljənaɪˈzeɪʃən/ (process of forced assimilation into the Italian culture)  :: italianisation {f}
Italianize {v} /ɪˈtæljəˌnaɪz/ (transitive)  :: italianiser
Italianize {v} (intransitive)  :: s'italianiser
Italianness {n} (quality of being Italian)  :: italianité {f}
Italian poutine {n}  :: poutine italienne
Italian Republic {prop} (official name of Italy)  :: République Italienne {f}
Italian sausage {n}  :: saucisse italienne
Italian tomato {n}  :: tomate italienne
italic {adj} /ɪˈtælɪk/ (having a slant to the right)  :: italique
italic {n} (typeface whose letters slant to the right)  :: italique
Italic {adj} (of or relating to the Italian peninsula)  :: italique {m} {f}
italics {n} (italic) SEE: italic  ::
Italo- {prefix} (relating to Italy or Italian)  :: italo-
Italophile {n}  :: italophile {m} {f}
Italophilic {adj}  :: italophile
italophone {adj} (Italian-speaking)  :: italophone
italophone {n} (Italian speaker)  :: italophone {m} {f}
Italy {prop} /ˈɪtəli/ (European country)  :: Italie {f}
it can't be helped {phrase} (it is inevitable)  :: on n'y peut rien, on ne peut rien y faire
itch {n} /ɪt͡ʃ/ (a sensation felt on an area of the skin that causes a person or animal to want to scratch)  :: démangeaison, prurit
itch {n} (a desire)  :: prurit
itch {v} (to feel the need to scratch)  :: démanger, gratter
itchy {adj} /ˈɪtʃi/ (having or creating an itch)  :: qui démange
itchy feet {n} (desire to travel)  :: bougeotte {f}
it depends {phrase} (it depends)  :: ça dépend
it doesn't matter {phrase} (it doesn't matter)  :: c'est pas grave, ça ne fait rien, peu importe
-ite {suffix} /-aɪt/ (a salt or ester of an acid whose name ends in -ous)  :: -ite
item {n} /ˈaɪtəm/ (distinct physical object)  :: article {m}, truc {m}
item {n} (matter for discussion in an agenda)  :: point {m}
item of clothing {n} (garment) SEE: garment  ::
iteration {n} /ɪtəɹˈeɪʃən/ (repetition in a computer program)  :: itération {f}
iterative {adj} /ˈɪtəɹətɪv/ (of a procedure that involves repetition)  :: itératif
iterative {adj} ((grammar) frequentative)  :: itératif
iterative aspect {n} (subclass of imperfective verbs)  :: fréquentatif {m}
iterator {n} (one who iterates)  :: itérateur
iterator {n} (computing method)  :: itérateur
it figures {phrase} (phrase)  :: tu m'étonnes
Ithaca {prop} /ˈɪθəkə/ (island)  :: Ithaque {f}
Ithacan {adj} (from, or pertaining to Ithaca)  :: ithaquien
Ithacan {n} (inhabitant of Ithaca)  :: Ithaquien
I think so {phrase} (I think so)  :: je le pense, je pense que oui
I think therefore I am {phrase} (philosophical proof of existence)  :: je pense donc je suis
ithyphallic {adj} (of or pertaining to the erect phallus)  :: ithyphallique
ithyphallophobia {n} (ithyphallophobia)  :: ithyphallophobie {f}
itinerary {n} (route or proposed route of a journey)  :: itinéraire {m}
-itis {suffix} /-ˈaɪtɪs/ (suffix denoting diseases characterized by inflammation)  :: -ite {f}
it never rains but it pours {proverb} (unfortunate events occur in quantity)  :: un malheur ne vient jamais seul (a misfortune never comes alone)
I told you so {phrase} (told you so!)  :: je te l'avais bien dit
it's {contraction} /ɪts/ (it is)  :: c'est
its {determiner} /ɪts/ (belonging to it)  :: son {m}, sa {f}, ses {p}
its {pron} (that which belongs to it)  :: le sien {m}, la sienne {f}, les siens {m-p}, les siennes {f-p}
it's about time {interj} (expression of impatience)  :: c'est pas trop tôt, ce n'est pas trop tôt, j'ai failli attendre, il était temps
it's all Greek to me {phrase} /ɪts ˌɔːl ˈɡɹiːk tə ˌmiː/ (I don't understand any of this)  :: c'est du chinois (it's Chinese), c'est de l'hébreu (it's Hebrew), c'est du russe (it's Russian)
it's an emergency {phrase} (it's an emergency)  :: c'est urgent
it's a pleasure {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome  ::
it's a small world {phrase} (phrase used when meeting an acquaintance or personal connection in an unexpected place or context)  :: le monde est petit
it's cold outside {phrase} (it's cold outside (weather))  :: il fait froid dehors
itself {pron} /ɪtˈsɛlf/ ((reflexive) it)  :: se
itself {pron} ((emphatic) it)  :: soi-même
it's raining {phrase} (it's raining)  :: il pleut
it's snowing {phrase} (it's snowing)  :: il neige
it's the thought that counts {proverb} (when giving someone a present or doing a favour for someone, the kindness is more important than any other consideration)  :: c'est l'intention qui compte
it's too expensive {phrase} (it's too expensive)  :: c'est trop cher
it takes all kinds to make a world {proverb} (Diversity is essential)  :: il faut de tout pour faire un monde
it takes two to tango {proverb} (some things need the active cooperation of two parties)  :: il faut être deux pour danser le tango
-itude {suffix} (suffix)  :: -itude
it was delicious {phrase} (phrase said to compliment a meal after eating it)  :: c'était délicieux
-ity {suffix} /ɪti]/ (Used to form nouns from adjectives.)  :: -ité {f}, -té {f}
Ivalo {prop} (village in Northern Finland)  :: Ivalo
Ivan {prop} /ˈaɪ.vən/ (male given name)  :: Ivan {m}
Ivanhoe {prop} /ˈaɪvənˌhoʊ/ (Hero of this novel.)  :: Ivanhoé
Ivanovich {prop} (patronymic)  :: Ivanovitch {m}
Ivanovo {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Ivanovo {m}
-ive {suffix} /ɪv/ (adjectival suffix: of the nature of; tending to)  :: -if {m}, -ive {f}
I've {contraction} /aɪv/ (I have)  :: j'ai
I've been raped {phrase} (I've been raped)  :: on m'a violé {m}, on m'a violée {f}
I've been robbed {phrase} (I've been robbed)  :: je me suis fait volé {m}, je me suis fait volée {f}
I've been shot {phrase} (I've been shot)  :: j'ai reçu une balle, j'ai été blessé par balle
I've burned myself {phrase} (I've burned myself)  :: je me suis brulé {m}, je me suis brulée {f}
I've lost my keys {phrase} (I lost my keys) SEE: I lost my keys  ::
IVF {n} (in vitro fertilization)  :: FIV {f}
Ivo {prop} (male given name)  :: Yves
Ivorian {n} (a person from Côte d'Ivoire or of Ivorian descent)  :: Ivoirien {m}, Ivoirienne {f}
Ivorian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Côte d'Ivoire)  :: ivoirien
Ivorianness {n} (state of being Ivorian)  :: ivoirité {f}
ivory {n} /ˈaɪvəɹi/ (material)  :: ivoire {m}
ivory {n} (colour)  :: ivoire
Ivory Coast {prop} (Côte d'Ivoire) SEE: Côte d'Ivoire  ::
ivory tower {n} /ˈaɪvəɹi ˈtaʊɚ/ (overly-academic perspective)  :: tour d'ivoire {f}
IVR {initialism} (interactive voice response)  :: SVI {m}, serveur vocal interactif {m}
IVR {initialism} (Interventional radiology)  :: RI {f}, radiologie interventionnelle {f}
ivy {n} /ˈaɪvi/ (plant)  :: lierre {m}
I want to go to the toilet {phrase} (I want to go to the toilet)  :: j’ai envie d’aller aux toilettes
I want to know {phrase} (I want to know)  :: je veux savoir
I was born in ... {phrase} (I was born in ... (year))  :: je suis né en ... {m}, je suis née en ... {f}
I was born in ... {phrase} (I was born in ... (place name))  :: je suis né à/en ... {m}, je suis née à/en ... {f}
I wish {phrase} (I would very much like that to be so)  :: si seulement, j'aurais aimé que (a sentence in subjunctive mood follows)
Iwo Jima {prop} (an island in Japan)  :: Iwo Jima
Ixion {prop} (king of Lapiths)  :: Ixion {m}
Ixion {prop} (a Kuiper Belt object)  :: Ixion {m}
-ization {suffix} (act, process, or result of doing something)  :: -isation
-ize {suffix} (suffix used to form verbs)  :: -iser
Izhevsk {prop} (capital of Udmurtia)  :: Ijevsk {m}