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Öland {prop} (island)  :: Öland
o {interj} /oʊ/ (vocative particle to mark direct address)  :: ô
O {particle} /əʊ/ (a vocative particle)  :: ô
oaf {n} /oʊf/ (imbecile)  :: dadais {m}
oak {n} /oʊk/ (tree or shrub of the genus Quercus)  :: chêne {m}
oak {n} (wood)  :: chêne {m} (du chêne)
oak {adj} (made of oak wood)  :: chêne {m}, chênes {m-p}
oak tree {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Quercus) SEE: oak  ::
oakum {n} (fibrous caulking material)  :: étoupe
Oakville {prop} (town in Ontario)  :: Oakville {f}
oakwood {n} (wood populated with oaks)  :: chênaie {f}, rouvraie {f}
oar {n} /ɔɹ/ (implement used to row a boat)  :: rame, aviron {m}
oar {v} (row) SEE: row  ::
oarlock {n} (device to hold oars in place)  :: dame de nage {f}, tolet {m}
OAS {initialism} (Organization of American States)  :: OEA (Organisation des États américains)
oasis {n} /oʊˈeɪsɪs/ (well surrounded by fertile region)  :: oasis {f}
oat {n} /əʊt/ (a widely cultivated cereal grass)  :: avoine {f}
oat {n} (seeds of the oat) SEE: oats  ::
oath {n} (curse) SEE: curse  ::
oath {n} /ˈoʊθ/ (solemn pledge)  :: serment {m}
oath {n} (profanity)  :: juron {m}
oath {v} (to pledge)  :: jurer
oatmeal {n} (meal)  :: flocons d'avoine {m-p}
oatmeal {n} (breakfast cereal, see also: porridge)  :: flocons d'avoine {m-p}, [Canada] gruau {m}
oatmeal {n} (colour)  :: grège {m}
oats {n} (seeds of an oat plant)  :: avoine {f}, flocon d'avoine {m}
Obadiah {prop} /ˌoʊbəˈdaɪə/ (book of the Old Testament)  :: Abdias
Obama {prop} /oʊˈbɑ.mə/ (surname)  :: Obama
Obamamania {n} (admiration for Barack Obama)  :: obamania {f}
obdurate {adj} /ˈɑːbdjʊɹɪt/ (Stubbornly persistent, generally in wrongdoing; refusing to reform or repent)  :: opiniâtre {m} {f}, têtu {m}
obdurate {adj} (Physically hardened, toughened)  :: dur comme un roc
obedience {n} /ə(ʊ)ˈbiːdɪəns/ (quality of being obedient)  :: obéissance {f}
obedient {adj} (willing to comply with commands)  :: obéissant
obelisk {n} (A tall, square, tapered, stone monolith topped with a pyramidal point)  :: obélisque {m}
obelisk {n} (The dagger sign (†))  :: obèle {m}
Oberkorn {prop} (canton)  :: Obercorn
Oberon {prop} (moon of Uranus)  :: Obéron
obese {adj} /oʊˈbis/ (extremely overweight)  :: obèse
obesity {n} (act or state of being obese)  :: obésité {f}
obesogenic {adj} /əʊbiːsəˈdʒɛnɪk/ (causing obesity)  :: obésogène
obey {v} /oʊˈbeɪ/ (to do as ordered by)  :: obéir
obfuscate {v} /ˈɑːbfʌskeɪt/ (make dark)  :: obscurcir
obfuscate {v} (alter code)  :: obscurcir, occulter
obi {n} (a kimono sash)  :: obi {m}
obituary {n} /əˈbɪtjʊəɹɪ/ (brief notice of a person's death, as published in a newspaper)  :: nécrologie {f}
object {n} /ˈɑb.d͡ʒɛkt/ (thing)  :: objet {m}
object {n} (in grammar)  :: objet {m}
object {n} (person or thing to which an emotion is directed)  :: objet {m}
object {n} (in object-oriented programming)  :: objet {m}
object {v} (disagree with something or someone)  :: s'opposer, objecter
objection {n} /əbˈdʒɛkʃən/ (act of objecting)  :: objection {f}
objection {n} (statement expressing opposition)  :: objection {f}
objection {n} (official protest raised in a court of law)  :: objection {f}
objective {adj} /əbˈd͡ʒɛk.tɪv/ (relating to a material object)  :: objectif {m}, objective {f}
objective {adj} (not influenced by emotions)  :: objectif {m}, objective {f}
objective {adj} (based on observed fact)  :: objectif {m}, objective {f}
objective {n} (goal)  :: objectif {m}, but {m}
objective {n} (lens)  :: objectif {m}
objectivity {n} (The state of being objective)  :: objectivité {f}
object language {n} (lexicography: language of headwords)  :: langue-objet
object-oriented {adj} /ˈɒbdʒɛkt ɔɹɪəntɪd/ (using entities called objects)  :: orienté-objet
object-oriented programming {n} (programming paradigm that uses objects to design application and computer programs)  :: programmation orientée objet {f}
object permanence {n} (understanding that an object still exists when it disappears from sight)  :: permanence de l'objet {f}
objet d'art {n} /ˌɒbʒeɪ ˈdɑː(ɹ)/ (work of art)  :: objet d'art {m}
objurgation {n} (strong rebuke, scolding)  :: objurgation {f}
oblast {n} /ˈɒbləst/ (region or province)  :: oblast {m}
oblation {n} /oʊˈbleɪʃən/ (the offering to a deity)  :: oblation {f}
obligation {n} /ɑb.ləˈɡeɪ.ʃən/ (act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie to someone)  :: obligation {f}
obligation {n}  :: engagement {m}, obligation {f}
obligatory {adj} /əˈblɪɡətɔɹi/ (binding)  :: obligatoire {m} {f}
oblige {v} /əˈblaɪdʒ/ (to constrain someone by force or by social, moral or legal means)  :: imposer, obliger
oblige {v} (to do someone a service or favour (hence, originally, creating an obligation))  :: rendre service à, obliger
obliging {adj} (Happy and ready to do favours for others)  :: serviable
oblique case {n} (any noun case except the nominative (and vocative))  :: cas oblique {m}
obliquity {n} (quality of being obscure) SEE: obscurity  ::
obliquity {n} /əˈblɪkwɪɾi/ (quality of being oblique)  :: obliquité {f}
obliterate {v} /əbˈlɪtəɹeɪt/ (to remove completely, leaving no trace; to wipe out; to destroy)  :: annihiler
oblivion {n} /əˈblɪvɪən/ (state of forgetfulness or distraction)  :: oubli {m}
oblivion {n} (state of being completely forgotten)  :: oubli {m}
oblivion {n} (figuratively: wasteland; a supernatural realm of waste, like hell)  :: néant {m}
oblivion {n}  :: oubli
oblivious {adj} (unaware)  :: ignorant, inconscient
oblivious {adj} (failing to remember)  :: distrait, oublieux
obliviously {adv} (in an oblivious manner)  :: oublieusement
oblong {adj} (longer than wide)  :: oblong
oblong {adj} (roughly rectangular or ellipsoidal)  :: oblong
obloquy {n} /ˈɒbləˌkwi/ (Abusive language)  :: opprobre {m}
obnoxious {adj} /əbˈnɑkʃəs/ (offensive, very annoying)  :: ennuyeux, odieux, désagréable
obnubilation {n} /ɒbnjuːbɪˈleɪʃən/ (medicine: obscuration or clouding of the mind or faculties)  :: obnubilation {f}
obnubilation {n} (veiling with or concealment in clouds)  :: obnubilation {f}
oboe {n} /ˈoʊboʊ/ (wind instrument)  :: hautbois {m}
oboe d'amore {n} /ˌoʊboʊ dɑˈmɔɹeɪ/ (instrument of the oboe family)  :: hautbois d'amour {m}
oboist {n} (performer on the oboe)  :: hautboïste {m} {f}
obolus {n} (silver coin)  :: obole {f}
obscene {adj} /əbˈsin/ (offensive to current standards of decency or morality)  :: obscène
obscene {adj}  :: obscène
obscenity {n} (something that is obscene)  :: obscénité {f}
obscurantism {n} (deliberate obscurity or vagueness)  :: obscurantisme {m}
obscure {adj} /əbˈskjʊɚ/ (dark, faint or indistinct)  :: obscur
obscure {adj} (difficult to understand)  :: sibyllin
obscure {v} (to darken, make faint)  :: obscurcir
obscure {v} (to hide, put out of sight)  :: obscurcir
obscurity {n} (darkness; the absence of light)  :: obscurité {f}
obsequies {n} /ˈɔbsɪ.kwiːz/ (funeral rites)  :: obsèques
obsequious {adj} /əbˈsiːkwi.əs/ (fawning, subservient)  :: obséquieux
obsequiousness {n} (the quality of being obsequious)  :: obséquiosité {m}
observability {n} (state of being observable)  :: observabilité {f}
observable {adj} (able to be observed)  :: observable
observable {n} (any physical property)  :: observable {f}
observance {n} (practice of complying)  :: observance {f}
observance {n} (the custom of celebrating a holiday)  :: observance {f}
observation {n} /ˌɒbzəˈveɪʃən/ (act of observing or being observed)  :: observation {f}
observation {n} (recording an event; the record of such noting)  :: observation
observation {n} (remark or comment)  :: remarque {f}
observation wheel {n} (Ferris wheel) SEE: Ferris wheel  ::
observatory {n} /əbˈzəɹvətɔɹi/ (place where celestial bodies or natural phenomena are observed)  :: observatoire {m}
observatory {n} (lookout) SEE: lookout  ::
observe {v} /əbˈzɝv/ (to notice, to watch)  :: observer, remarquer
observe {v} (to follow)  :: respecter, observer, garder
observe {v} (to observe) SEE: notice  ::
observer {n} /əbˈzɜːvə/ (one who makes observations, monitors or takes notice)  :: observateur {m}
observer {n}  :: observateur {m}
obsessed {adj} /əbˈsɛst/ (fixated on a single topic or emotion)  :: obsédé {m}
obsession {n} /əbˈsɛʃən/ (compulsive or irrational preoccupation)  :: idée fixe {f}
obsession {n} (unhealthy fixation)  :: obsession {f}
obsession {n}  :: obsession {f}, fixation, idée fixe
obsessive {adj} /əbˈsɛsɪv/  :: obsessif
obsessive {n} (person who is obsessed)  :: obsédé {m}
obsessive-compulsive disorder {n} (form of anxiety)  :: trouble obsessionnel compulsif {m}
obsidian {n} /ˌɑbˈsɪdi.ən/ (a type of black glass produced by volcanoes)  :: obsidienne {f}
obsidional {adj} /əbˈsɪdɪənəl/ (pertaining to a siege)  :: obsidional
obsolescence {n} /ˌɑb.səˈlɛ.səns/ (state)  :: obsolescence {f}
obsolescent {adj} /ɑbsəˈlɛsənt/ (in the process of becoming obsolete, but not obsolete yet)  :: obsolescent
obsolete {adj} /ɑbsəˈliːt/ (no longer in use)  :: obsolète
obsoleteness {n} (quality or state of being obsolete)  :: désuétude {f}
obstacle {n} /ˈɒbstəkl/ (something that impedes, stands in the way of, or holds up progress)  :: obstacle
obstetrician {n} /ˌɒbstəˈtɹɪʃən/ (a physician who specializes in childbirth)  :: obstétricien {m}, obstétricienne {f}, accoucheur {m}, accoucheuse {f}, gynécologue {m} {f}
obstetrics {n} (care of women during and after pregnancy)  :: obstétrique {f}
obstinacy {n} /ˈɑbstɪnəsi/ (state of stubbornness)  :: entêtement {m}, obstination {f}
obstinate {adj} /ˈɑb.stə.nət/ (adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually unreasonably)  :: obstiné
obstinately {adv} (in an obstinate manner)  :: obstinément
obstruct {v} (To block or fill (a passage))  :: obstruer
obstruct {v} (To impede, retard, or interfere with)  :: bloquer, retarder, interférer
obstruct {v} (To get in the way of so as to hide from sight)  :: obstruer, éclipser
obstructive {adj} (causing obstructions)  :: obstructif
obtain {v} /əbˈteɪn/ (to get hold of, acquire)  :: obtenir, se procurer
obtain {v} (to hold, possess)  :: avoir
obtain {v} (to succeed)  :: réussir, avoir succès
obtain {v} (to be the case, hold true)  :: s'établir
obtrude {v} /əbˈtɹuːd/ (intransitive)  :: empiéter, transparaître
obtuse {adj} /əbˈtjuːs/ (intellectually dull)  :: obtus {m}, obtuse {f}
obtuse {adj} (of a sound: deadened or muffled)  :: sourd
obtuse {adj} (of an angle)  :: obtus
obtuse {adj} (of a triangle) SEE: obtuse-angled  ::
obtuse angle {n} (angle that is greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees)  :: angle obtus {m}
obtuse-angled {adj} (of a triangle)  :: obtusangle {m} {f}
obtuse-angled triangle {n} (obtuse triangle) SEE: obtuse triangle  ::
obtuse triangle {n} (triangle with an obtuse angle)  :: triangle obtusangle {m}, triangle avec angle obtus {m}
obverse {n} (the heads side of a coin, or the side of a medal or badge that has the principal)  :: face {f}, avers {m}
obviate {v} /ˈɑbviˌeɪt/ (to bypass a requirement)  :: rendre superflu, éviter
obvious {adj} /ˈɑb.viː.əs/ (easily discovered or understood; self-explanatory)  :: évident
obviously {adv} (in an obvious manner; clearly apparent)  :: clairement, évidemment
Obwalden {prop} (a canton of Switzerland)  :: Obwald
ocarina {n} /ɑkəˈɹinə/ (a musical instrument)  :: ocarina {m}
Occam's razor {prop} (both principles)  :: rasoir d’Occam {m}
occasion {n} /əˈkeɪʒən/ (favorable opportunity)  :: occasion {f}
occasion {n} (occurrence or incident) SEE: occurrence  ::
occasional {adj} /əˈkeɪʒənəl/ (limited to certain occasions; not very often)  :: occasionnel
occasionally {adv} /əˈkeɪʒənəli/ (from time to time; now and then; once in a while; at infrequent intervals)  :: occasionnellement
occidental {adj} /ˌɒk.səˈdɛn.təl/ (of the occident:)  :: occidental
Occidental {prop} (artificial language)  :: occidental
Occitan {prop} /ˈɑksəˌtæn/ (the Romance language)  :: occitan {m}, langue d'oc {f}
Occitan {adj}  :: occitan
Occitania {prop} (Occitania)  :: Occitanie {f}
occluded front {n} (cold front that overtakes a warm front)  :: front occlus {m}
occult {v} /əˈkʌlt/ (to cover)  :: occulter
occult {adj} (related to the occult)  :: occulte
occult {n} (supernatural affairs)  :: occulte {m} {f}, occultisme {m}
occultation {n} /ˌɒkəlˈteɪʃ(ə)n/ (astronomical event)  :: occultation {f}
occultism {n} (study of the supernatural)  :: occultisme {m}
occupant {n} /ˈɒk.jʊ.pənt/ (person who occupies a place or a position)  :: occupant {m}
occupant {n} (owner or tenant)  :: habitant {m}
occupant {n} (person sitting in a vehicle)  :: occupant {m}
occupation {n} /ɑkjʊˈpeɪʃən/ (activity or task with which one occupies oneself)  :: occupation {f}
occupation {n} (control of a country or region by a hostile army)  :: occupation {f}
occupational disease {n} (ailment that occurs as a result of work)  :: maladie professionnelle {f}
occupational hazard {n} (an unpleasant, inconvenient, or unusual circumstance which occurs or is likely to occur during the course of one's employment)  :: aléas du métier {m-p}, risques du métier {m-p}
occupational health and safety {n} (activity to promote health and safety in workplace)  :: santé et sécurité au travail {f}
occupational safety and health {n} (activity to promote safety in workplace)  :: santé et sécurité au travail {f}
occupational therapy {n} (therapeutic practice)  :: ergothérapie {f}
occupied {adj} /ˈɑkjəpaɪd/ (reserved)  :: occupé
occupied {adj} (busy)  :: occupé
occupied {adj} (militarily subjugated)  :: occupé
occupier {n} (one who occupies)  :: occupant {m}, occupante {f}
occupy {v} (to occupy) SEE: consume  ::
occupy {v} /ˈɑkjəpaɪ/ (to fill (time))  :: occuper
occupy {v} (to fill (space))  :: occuper
occupy {v} (time or space)  :: occuper
occupy {v} (reside in)  :: occuper, habiter
occupy {v} (have (taken) control of)  :: occuper
occupy {v} (to use the time or capacity of)  :: occuper
occupy {v} (hold a position)  :: occuper
occupy {v} (hold attention of)  :: occuper
occur {v} /əˈkɝ/ (take place)  :: se produire, avoir lieu
occur {v} (present itself)  :: arriver, se présenter, se produire, se passer, avoir lieu
occur {v} (meet or come to the mind)  :: venir à l'idée de quelqu'un
occur {v} (be present or found)  :: se retrouver
occurrence {n} /əˈkɝəns/ (actual instance where a situation arises)  :: occurrence {f}
OCD {n} (obsessive-compulsive disorder)  :: TOC
ocean {n} /ˈoʊ.ʃən/ (one of the large bodies of water)  :: océan {m}
ocean {n} (water from an ocean)  :: océan {m}
ocean {n} (immense expanse)  :: océan {m}
ocean current {n} (movement of water)  :: courant marin {m}
Oceania {prop} /ˌəʊ.ʃiˈɑː.nɪə/ (geographical region)  :: Océanie {f}
oceanic {adj} (of or relating to the ocean)  :: océanique
oceanic {adj} (living in the ocean)  :: océanique
oceanic whitetip shark {n} (Carcharhinus longimanus)  :: requin longimane {m}
Oceanid {n} (any of the sea nymphs)  :: océanide {f}
oceanographer {n} /ˌoʃəˈnɑɡɹəfəɹ/ (person who studies oceanography, the science of oceans)  :: océanographe {m} {f}
oceanography {n} /ˌoʊʃəˈnɑɡɹəfi/ (oceanic exploration and study)  :: océanographie {f}, océanologie {f}
oceanologist {n} (one who studies oceans)  :: océanologue {m} {f}
oceanology {n} (oceanography) SEE: oceanography  ::
ocellus {n} (simple eyes consisting of a single lens)  :: ocelle {m}
ocellus {n} (eye-like marking in the form of a spot or ring)  :: ocelle {m}
ocelot {n} /ˈɑːsəlɑːt/ (feline carnivore)  :: ocelot {m}
ochlocracy {n} /ɒkˈlɒkɹəsi/ (government by the masses)  :: ochlocratie {f}
ochlophilia {n} (love of crowds)  :: ochlophilie {f}
ochre {n} /ˈoʊkɚ/ (earth pigment)  :: ocre {f}
ochre {n} (yellowish-orange colour)  :: ocre {f}
ochre {adj} (having yellow-orange colour)  :: ocre
o'clock {adv} /əˈklɑk/ (indication of time (the translations below are of "one o’clock"))  :: une heure
o'clock {adv} (the translations below are of "at one o’clock")  :: à une heure
ocrea {n} (botanical sheath)  :: ocréa {f}
octagenarian {n} (octogenarian) SEE: octogenarian  ::
octagon {n} /ˈɒk təˌɡɒn/ (polygon with eight sides and eight angles)  :: octogone {m}
octagonal {adj} /ɑkˈtæɡ.ə.n(ə)l/ (shaped like an octagon)  :: octogonal
octahedron {n} (a polyhedron with eight faces)  :: octaèdre {m}
octalogy {n} (A set of eigth works of art that are connected)  :: octalogie {f}
octane {n} /ˈɒk.teɪn/ (isomeric aliphatic hydrocarbons)  :: octane {m}
octane number {n} (measure of the antiknock properties of an automobile fuel)  :: indice d'octane {m}
octangular {adj} (octagonal) SEE: octagonal  ::
Octans {prop} (a circumpolar constellation)  :: Octant
Octavian {prop} /ɒkˈteɪvi.ən/ (name)  :: Octavien
Octavius {prop} /ɒkˈteɪvɪəs/ (male given name)  :: Octave {m}
octet {n} (byte of eight bits) SEE: byte  ::
octillion {num} /ɒkˈtɪl.iː.ən/ (a thousand trillion trillion, 1027)  :: quadrilliard
octillion {num} (a quadrillion quintillion, 1048)  :: octillion {m}
October {prop} /ɑkˈtoʊbəɹ/ (tenth month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: octobre {m}
octodecillion {n} (1057)  :: nonilliard {m}
octogenarian {n} (One who is between the age of 80 and 89, inclusive)  :: octogénaire {m} {f}
octogenarian {adj} (being between 80 and 89, inclusive)  :: octogénaire {m} {f}
octopus {n} /ˈɑːkt.ə.pʊs/ (mollusc)  :: octopode, pieuvre {f}, poulpe {m}
octothorpe {n} (octothorpe) SEE: hash  ::
octroy {v}  :: octroyer
octuple {v} /ɒkˈtuː.pəl/ (multiply by eight)  :: octupler
ocular {adj} (seen by the eye) SEE: visual  ::
ocular {adj} /ˈɑ.kjə.lɚ/ (of or relating to the eye)  :: oculaire
oculist {n} (optometrist) SEE: optometrist  ::
oculist {n} (ophthalmologist) SEE: ophthalmologist  ::
oculus {n} (circular window or opening)  :: œil-de-bœuf {m}
odalisque {n} /ˈoʊdlɪsk/ (a female harem slave)  :: odalisque {f}
odd {adj} /ɑd/ (strange)  :: bizarre, étrange
odd {adj} (not divisible by two)  :: impair
odd {adj} (about)  :: à peu près
odd {n} (odd number) SEE: odd number  ::
oddball {n} /ˈɑːdˌbɔl/ (eccentric person)  :: excentrique {m} {f}, olibrius {m}
odd duck {n} (strange bird) SEE: strange bird  ::
odd function {n} (function)  :: fonction impaire {f}
oddity {n} (strangeness)  :: bizarrerie {f}, excentricité {f}
odd number {n} (whole number that is not divisible by two)  :: nombre impair {m}
odd one out {n} (misfit)  :: intrus {m}
odd one out {n} (puzzle)  :: intrus {m}
odds {n} (the ratio of the probabilities of an event happening to that of it not happening)  :: chances {f-p}
odds and ends {n} (miscellaneous things)  :: bric-à-brac {m} {m-p}
ode {n} /oʊd/ (a short poetical composition)  :: ode {f}
odeon {n} (ancient Greek or Roman building)  :: odéon {m}
Oder {prop} (river)  :: Oder {m}
Odesa {prop} (Odessa) SEE: Odessa  ::
Odessa {prop} (Ukrainian city)  :: Odessa
Odessite {adj}  :: odessite {m} {f}
Odessite {n}  :: Odessite
Odia {prop} (Oriya) SEE: Oriya  ::
Odin {prop} /oʊdɪn/ (in Norse mythology, the supreme god)  :: Odin
odious {adj} /ˈoʊ.di.əs/ (arousing strong dislike)  :: odieux {m}, odieuse {f}
Odisha {prop} (state in India)  :: Orissa
odometer {n} /oʊˈdɑːmətɚ/ (instrument attached to the wheel)  :: odomètre {m}
odontoblast {n}  :: odontoblaste {m}
odor {n} (any smell) SEE: odour  ::
odoriferous {adj} (having an odor) SEE: odorous  ::
odorless {adj} /əʊdələs/ (having no odor)  :: inodore
odorous {adj} (having distinctive odour)  :: odorant {m}
odour {n} /ˈoʊdəɹ/ (Any smell, whether fragrant or offensive; scent; perfume)  :: odeur {f}
odourless {adj} (odourless) SEE: odorless  ::
Odysseus {prop} /əˈdɪsjuːs/ (son of Laertes; Greek leader during the Trojan War)  :: Ulysse {m}
odyssey {n} /ˈɒd.ɨ.si/ (extended adventurous voyage)  :: odyssée {f}
Odyssey {prop} /ˈɒ.də.si/ (epic poem describing the journey of Odysseus)  :: Odyssée {f}
OECD {prop} (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)  :: OCDE {f}
oedema {n} (edema) SEE: edema  ::
Oedipal {adj} /ˈidəpɛl/ (of or relating to the Oedipus complex)  :: œdipien
Oedipus {prop} /ˈiːdɪpəs/ (son of Laius and Jocasta)  :: Œdipe {m}
Oedipus complex {n} /ˈɛdəpəs ˈkɒmplɛks/ (Freudian theory)  :: complexe d’Œdipe {m}
oeillade {n} /əːˈjɑːd/ (glance, ogle)  :: œillade {f}
oeno- {prefix} (forms terms relating to wine)  :: œno-
oenologist {n} (an expert in the science of oenology)  :: œnologue {m} {f}
oenology {n} /iˈnɑlədʒi/ (scientific study of wines)  :: œnologie {f}
oesophageal {adj} (of or pertaining to the oesophagus)  :: œsophagien
oesophagus {n} /ɪˈsɑfəɡəs/ (the tube that carries food from the pharynx to the stomach)  :: œsophage {m}
oestrus {n} /ˈiːstɹəs/ (a female animal's readiness to mate)  :: œstrus {m}, chaleur {f}
oeuvre {n} /ˈɜːvɹə/ (work of art)  :: œuvre {f}
oeuvre {n} (complete body of works)  :: œuvres {f-p}
of {prep} /ʌv/ ((time) before, to)  :: moins
of {prep} (containing, comprising or made from)  :: de
of {prep} (linking class with example of class)  :: de
of {prep} (introducing subject matter)  :: de
of {prep} (connecting numeral or quantifier with quantified)  :: de
of {prep} (possessive genitive: belonging to)  :: de
of {prep} (objective genitive: connecting noun with object)  :: de
of {prep} (indicative of age)  :: de
of age {prep} (old enough to be considered an adult)  :: majorité
of course {adv} (naturally)  :: bien sûr, bien entendu, naturellement, évidemment
off {adj} /ɔf/  ::  : éteint {m}, éteinte {f}, [Canada] fermé {m}, [Canada] fermée {f}
offal {n} (dead body) SEE: corpse  ::
offal {n} (refuse) SEE: refuse  ::
offal {n} /ˈɔfl̩/ (rejected parts of an animal)  :: abats {m-p}
offal {n} (animal's organs as food)  :: abats {m-p}
offal {n} (carrion) SEE: carrion  ::
offbeat {adj} (unusual, unconventional, not ordinary)  :: décalé {m}
offence {n} (offense) SEE: offense  ::
offend {v} (sin) SEE: sin  ::
offend {v} /əˈfɛnd/ (to hurt the feelings)  :: offenser, déplaire
offend {v} (to physically harm, pain)  :: blesser
offend {v}  :: offenser, blesser, insulter, vexer
offender {n} (a person who commits an offense against the law)  :: contrevenant {m}
offense {n} /əˈfɛns/ (strategy and tactics employed when in position to score)  :: attaque {f}, offensive {f}
offense {n} (portion of a team dedicated to scoring)  :: attaque {f}, attaquants {m-p}
offense {n}  :: offense {f}, injure {f}, insulte {f}
offensive {adj} /ˈɔˌfɛnsɪv/ (causing offense)  :: offensant
offensive {adj} (team sports: having to do with play directed at scoring)  :: offensif {m}, offensive {f}
offensive {n} (an attack)  :: offensive {f}
offensive {n} (posture of attack)  :: offensive {f}
offer {n} /ˈɔfɚ/ (proposal)  :: offre {f}
offer {n} (something put forth)  :: offre {f}
offer {n} (law: invitation to enter binding contract)  :: offre {f}
offer {v} (propose)  :: offrir
offer {v} (place at disposal)  :: offrir
offer {v}  :: offrir
offering {n} /ˈɔfəɹɪŋ/ (act of offering)  :: offre {f}
offering {n} (that which has been offered; a sacrifice)  :: offrande {f}
offering {n} (oblation or presentation made as a religious act)  :: offrande {f}
offer one's condolences {v} (offer sympathy to someone who has recently experienced the loss of a loved one)  :: présenter ses condoléances
offhand {adj} /ˌɔfˈhænd/ (without planning or thinking ahead)  :: spontanément, sur-le-champ
offhand {adj} (careless)  :: négligent
office {n} /ˈɔfɪs/ (ceremonial religious duty or rite)  :: office {m}
office {n} (room(s) or building used for non-manual work)  :: bureau {m}, office {m}
office {n} (kindness) SEE: good offices  ::
office chair {n} (desk chair used in an office)  :: chaise de bureau {f}
officer {n} /ˈɔfɪsɚ/ (one who has a position of authority in a hierarchical organization)  :: fonctionnaire {m}
officer {n} (contraction of the term "commissioned officer")  :: officier {m}
official {adj} /əˈfɪʃəl/ (relating to an office; especially, to a subordinate executive officer or attendant)  :: officiel
official {n} (office holder invested with powers and authorities)  :: cadre, fonctionnaire
officially {adv} (in an official manner)  :: officiellement
off-licence {n} (liquor store) SEE: liquor store  ::
offline {adj} (of a system, not connected to a larger network)  :: hors-ligne, offline
off one's dot {prep} (crazy)  :: toqué
off-piste {adj} (Of snow that has not been compacted by overuse)  :: hors-piste
off-road {adj} (designed for driving on a rugged terrain)  :: tout-terrain {m} {f}
offset {n} /ˈɑf.sɛt/ (compensating equivalent)  :: compensation {f}
offset {n} (countertrade arrangement)  :: contrepartie {f}
offset {n} (time at which something begins)  :: début {m}
offset {n} (offset printing)  :: impression en offset {f}
offset {n} (distance by which one thing is out of alignment with another)  :: décalage {m}, décalages {m-p}
offset {v} (to compensate for something)  :: compenser, contrebalancer
offshoot {n} (that which shoots off from a main stem)  :: dérivé {m}
offshore {adj} (located in the sea away from the coast)  :: offshore, au large
offshore {adj} (located in another country)  :: offshore
offside {n} (offside play)  :: hors-jeu {m}
offside trap {n} (defensive play)  :: piège du hors-jeu {m}
offspring {n} /ˈɔfspɹɪŋ/ (singular offspring (male, female or sex unspecified))  :: enfant {m} {f}
offspring {n} (plural or collective offspring (only males, only females, both sexes or sex unspecified))  :: enfance {f} [collective], [♂♀ or only ♂] enfants {m-p}, descendance {f}, progéniture {f} [humorous]
offspring {n} (plural or collective offspring, animal's or plant's progeny)  :: progéniture {f}
offspring {n}  :: descendance, enfance, enfants {p}, postérité, progéniture
off the books {prep} (undeclared for tax and social insurance)  :: hors des comptes
off the mark {prep} (inaccurate)  :: à côté de la plaque
off-the-wall {adj} (Wildly unconventional; bizarre; absurd)  :: à côté de la plaque
off-topic {adj} (not related to the matter being discussed)  :: hors sujet
of late {prep} (recently)  :: récemment
of note {prep}  :: de spécial, de remarquable
often {adv} /ˈɔfn̩/ (frequently, many times)  :: souvent
oftenly {adv} (often) SEE: often  ::
of that ilk {prep} (of that kind)  :: de ce genre, de ce type
of two minds {prep} (undecided or unsure)  :: indécis, partagé
oganesson {n} /oʊ.ɡəˈnɛsɒn/ (chemical element with atomic number 118)  :: oganesson {m}
ogee {n} /oʊˈdʒiː/ (curve)  :: doucine {f}
ogee {n} (arch)  :: arc en accolade {m}
oghamic {adj} (in, of, or pertaining to Ogham)  :: oghamique
Oghuz {prop} (Oghuz people)  :: Oghouzes {p}
ogive {n} /ˈoʊɡaɪv/ (curve of a cumulative function)  :: ogive {f}
ogive {n} (Gothic pointed arch)  :: ogive
ogive {n} (nose of a bullet, missle, or rocket)  :: ogive
ogle {v} /ˈoʊɡəl/ (to stare flirtatiously)  :: reluquer, mater [familiar]
ogonek {n} /ˈoʊɡənɛk/ (diacritical mark)  :: ogonek {m}
oh {interj} /oʊ/ (expression of surprise)  :: oh, ah
oh dear {interj} (An expression of dismay, concern, worry or disapproval)  :: aïe, hélas
OHIM {prop} /ˈoʊhɪm/ (Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market)  :: OHMI
ohm {n} /oʊm/ (the derived unit of electrical resistance)  :: ohm {m}
ohmmeter {n} (device for measuing resistance)  :: ohmmètre {m}
Ohm's law {prop} (Ohm's observation)  :: loi d'Ohm {f}
oh my {interj} (good heavens) SEE: good heavens  ::
oh my God {interj} (excitement or shock)  :: mon Dieu, nom de Dieu, nom de nom
oh no {interj} (exclamation of alarm or concern)  :: oh non
oi {interj} (exclamation to get attention) SEE: hey  ::
-oic {suffix}  :: -oïque
oil {n} /ɔɪl/ (liquid fat)  :: huile {f}
oil {n} (petroleum-based liquid)  :: pétrole {m}
oil {v} (lubricate with oil)  :: huiler
oil cake {n} (solid residue)  :: tourteau {m}
oilcan {n} (container)  :: burette {f}, burette d'huile {f}
oil change {n} (process of changing oil)  :: vidange {f}
oilcloth {n} (fabric or cloth)  :: toile cirée {f}
oiler {n} (oil well) SEE: oil well  ::
oiler {n} (ship) SEE: oil tanker  ::
oil lamp {n} (a simple vessel used to produce light)  :: lampe à huile {f}
oil painting {n} (a painting done with oil paints)  :: peinture a l'huile {f}
oil painting {n} (art of painting with oil paints)  :: peinture a l'huile {f}
oil palm {n} (Palm family of trees)  :: palmier à huile {m}
oil pipeline {n} (a gas pipeline)  :: oléoduc {m}
oil rig {n} (oil-drilling platform)  :: foreuse {f}
oilskin {n} /ˈɔɪl.skɪn/ (raincoat made from treated cotton fabric)  :: ciré {m}
oil slick {n} (thin film of oil floating on the surface of water)  :: marée noire {f}
oil tanker {n} (Ship)  :: pétrolier {m}
oil well {n} (hole drilled into the earth from which petroleum is pumped)  :: puits de pétrole {m}, forage pétrolier {m}
oily {adj} /ˈɔɪli/ (covered with or containing oil)  :: huileux
oily {adj} (excessively friendly or polite)  :: onctueux
oink {interj} /ɔɪŋk/ (Representing the sound made by a pig)  :: groin
oink {n} (sound made by a pig)  :: grognement
oink {v} (to oink)  :: grogner
ointment {n} /ˈɔɪnt.mɪnt/ (viscous preparation, usually containing medication)  :: pommade {f}, onguent {m}
Oise {prop} (département)  :: Oise {f}
Ojibwe {prop} /əˈdʒɪbweɪ/ (language)  :: ojibwé {m}
Ojibwe {n} (member of Ojibwe people)  :: Ojibwé
OK {n} /ˌoʊˈkeɪ/ (endorsement; approval)  :: OK {m}, accord {m}, feu vert {m}, bénédiction [colloquial]
OK {v} (approve)  :: approuver, donner le/son feu vert pour, donner son accord pour, donner son aval pour, avaliser
OK {v} ((computing) activate the OK button)  :: valider
OK {adj} (all right, permitted)  :: permis, bien, (be OK) pouvoir (verb), (be OK) avoir le droit de (verb)
OK {adj} (satisfactory)  :: acceptable, passable, correct, assez bon, plutôt bon, (be OK) pouvoir aller (verb), (be OK) pouvoir passer (verb), pas mal
OK {adj} (in good health or in a good emotional state)  :: (be OK) aller bien/mieux (verb), (be OK) ça va
OK {adv} (OK)  :: correctement, convenablement, pas mal, assez bien
OK {interj} (acknowledgement or acceptance)  :: OK, d'accord, entendu
OK {interj} (utterance expressing exasperation)  :: OK, d'accord, c'est bon
OK {interj} (introduction of a sentence in order to draw attention)  :: bon, OK, d'accord
okapi {n} /əʊˈkɑːpi/ (Large ruminant mammal)  :: okapi {m}
Okazaki fragment {n} (one of many newly synthesized DNA fragments formed on the lagging template strand during replication)  :: fragment d'Okazaki {m}
okra {n} (Abelmoschus esculentus)  :: gombo {m}
okroshka {n} /əˈkɹɔʃkə/ (cold raw vegetable soup)  :: okrochka {f}
okrug {n} (administrative division)  :: okroug {m}
old {adj} /ˈoʊld/ (of an object, concept, etc: having existed for a relatively long period of time)  :: [used before the noun] vieux {m}, vieille {f}
old {adj} (of a living being: having lived for relatively many years)  :: vieux [used before the noun]
old {adj} (former)  :: ancien [used before the noun], ex-
old {adj} (having existed or lived for the specified time)  :: translated by avoir followed by the length of time; She’s five years old — Elle a cinq ans; a five-year-old car — une voiture qui a cinq ans, une voiture de cinq ans
old {adj} (tiresome)  :: ça commence à bien faire
old age {n} (latter part of life)  :: troisième âge {f}, vieillesse {f}
Old Armenian {prop} (language)  :: arménien ancien {m}, arménien classique {m}
Old Believer {n} (believer in Orthodoxy as it was before reforms)  :: vieux croyant {m}
old boy {n} (alumnus) SEE: alumnus  ::
Old Catholic {adj} (pertaining to a group of churches that split from the Roman Catholic Church)  :: vieux-catholique
old chap {n} (Affectionate term of address for a man)  :: mon vieux, mon grand
Old Church Slavonic {prop} (the first literary and liturgical Slavic language)  :: vieux-slave {m}
Old East Slavic {prop} (language)  :: vieux russe {m}
Old English {prop} (ancestor language of modern English)  :: anglo-saxon {m}
Old English Sheepdog {n} (a breed of herding dog)  :: berger anglais ancestral {m}
older brother {n} (a sibling's older brother)  :: frère aîné {m}, grand frère {m}
older brother {n} (a sibling's older brother (to be merged))  :: frère aîné {m}, grand frère {m}
older sister {n} (a sibling's older sister)  :: sœur aînée {f}, grande sœur {f}
older sister {n} (a sibling's older sister (to be merged))  :: sœur aînée {f}, grande sœur {f}
oldest {adj} (greatest in age or seniority)  :: aîné
old fart {n} (pejorative: elderly person)  :: vieux croûton {m}, vieux con {m}, fossile {m}, débris {m}
old-fashioned {adj} (outdated or no longer in vogue)  :: démodé {m}, vieilli, à l'ancienne, ringard [informal]
old-fashioned {adj} (preferring the customs of earlier times)  :: vieux jeu, de la vieille école
old folks' home {n} (nursing home) SEE: nursing home  ::
Old French {prop} (French language from 9th to the early 14th century)  :: ancien français {m}, vieux français {m}
old girl {n} (Affectionate term of address for a woman)  :: ma vieille, ma grande
old gold {n} (a brownish gold colour)  :: vieil or {m}
old-growth forest {n} (forest that has attained great age without significant disturbance)  :: forêt primaire {f}
old guard {n} (old guard)  :: arrière-garde {f}
Old High German {prop} (Old High German)  :: vieux haut-allemand {m}
Old Irish {prop} (language)  :: vieil irlandais {m}
Old Low German {prop} (Old Saxon) SEE: Old Saxon  ::
old maid {n} (elderly unmarried woman) SEE: spinster  ::
old maid {n} (card game)  :: pouilleux {m}, vieux garçon {m}
old man {n} (elderly man)  :: vieillard {m}, vieil homme {m}, vieux {m}
old man {n} (father (slang))  :: vieux {m}, daron {m}
old man's beard {n} (Clematis vitalba, a climbing plant)  :: clématite des haies {f}
old money {n} (families that have been wealthy for generations)  :: vieille fortune {f}
oldness {n} /əʊldnəs/ (state of being old)  :: vieillesse {f}
Old Norse {prop} (language of Scandinavia before 1400 CE)  :: norois {m}, vieil islandais {m}, vieux norois {m}
old people's home {n} (nursing home) SEE: nursing home  ::
Old Persian {prop} (Translations)  :: vieux-perse {m}
Old Prussian {prop} (the Old Prussian language)  :: vieux prussien
old salt {n} (seadog) SEE: seadog  ::
Old Saxon {prop} (the Old Saxon language)  :: vieux saxon
old stick {n} (chap) SEE: chap  ::
old sweat {n} (experienced soldier)  :: vieux troupier {m}
old sweat {n} (veteran soldier)  :: vétéran {m}
old sweat {n} (experienced in his field)  :: vieux routier {m}
Old Testament {prop} (first half of the Christian Bible)  :: Ancien Testament {m}
old-timer {n} (one who has been around for a long time or has a great deal of experience)  :: vétéran {m}
old woman {n} (elderly woman)  :: vieille {f}, vieille dame {f}, vieille femme {f}
Old World {prop} (The Eastern Hemisphere, especially Europe and the Near East)  :: Ancien Monde {m}, Vieux Monde {m}
Old World monkey {n} (primates falling in the superfamily Cercopithecoidea)  :: singe de l'Ancien Monde {m}
oleander {n} /ˌəʊlɪˈændə/ (A poisonous shrub)  :: laurier-rose {m}, oléandre {m}
oleate {n} (salt or ester)  :: oléate {m}
olecranon {n} /oʊˈlɛkɹəˌnɑn/ (bony process)  :: olécrane {m}
OLED {n} /ˈəʊlɛd/  :: DELO, OLED
oleic {adj} (of or pertaining to oleic acid)  :: oléique
oleic acid {n} (fatty acid with 18 carbon atoms and one double bond, found in olive oil)  :: acide oléique {m}
Olenekian {prop} (subdivision of the Triassic period)  :: Olenekien
olfaction {n} (the sense of smell)  :: olfaction {f}
olfactory {adj} /oʊlˈfæk.təɹ.i/ (concerning the sense of smell)  :: olfactif {m}
olifant {n} (type of horn)  :: olifant {m}
oligarch {n} /ˈoʊlɪˌɡɑɹk/ (a member of an oligarchy)  :: oligarque
oligarch {n} (very rich person)  :: oligarque
oligarchic {adj} (of or pertaining to oligarchy)  :: oligarchique
oligarchy {n} /ˈɑːlɪˌɡɑɹki/ (Government by only a few)  :: oligarchie {f}
oligarchy {n} (Those who make up an oligarchic government)  :: oligarchie {f}
oligarchy {n} (State ruled by such a government)  :: oligarchie {f}
oligolecithal {adj}  :: oligolécithe
oligonucleotide {n} (a short sequence of nucleotides)  :: oligonucléotide
oligopeptide {n} (peptide containing a relatively small number of amino acids)  :: oligopeptide {m}
oligopoly {n} /ɑlɪˈɡɑpəli/ (economic condition)  :: oligopole {m}
oligosaccharide {n} (polysaccharide of low molecular weight)  :: oligosaccharide {m}, oligoholoside {m}, oligoside {m}
olinguito {n} /oʊlɪŋˈɡitoʊ/ (mammal)  :: olinguito {m}
olive {n} /ˈɒlɪv/ (fruit)  :: olive {f}
olive {n} (olive tree) SEE: olive tree  ::
olive branch {n} /ˈɒlɪv bɹɑːntʃ/ (branch of an olive tree)  :: branche d'olivier {f}, rameau d'olivier {m}, brin d'olivier {m}
olivegrower {n} (someone who grows olives)  :: oléiculteur {m}
olivegrowing {n} (growing of olives)  :: oléiculture {f}
olive oil {n} (oil pressed from olives)  :: huile d'olive {f}
Oliver {prop} (male given name)  :: Olivier {m}
olive tree {n} (tree that produces olives)  :: olivier {m}
Olivia {prop} /oʊˈlɪvi.ə/ (female given name)  :: Olivia, Olive
Olivier salad {n} (a traditional Russian salad of mainly meat and vegetables dressed with mayonnaise)  :: salade russe {f}
olivine {n} /ˈɒlɪviːn/ (family of minerals forming orthorhombic crystals)  :: olivine {f}
olla podrida {n} (miscellaneous assortment) SEE: hodgepodge  ::
olm {n} (Proteus anguinus)  :: protée anguillard {m}, olm {m}
-ologist {suffix} (alternative spelling of -logist, one who studies a subject)  :: -ologue {m-f}
-ology {suffix} (branch of learning)  :: -ologie
Olomouc Region {prop} (region in the Czech Republic)  :: Région d'Olomouc {f}
Oltenia {prop} /oʊlˈtɛni.ə/ (Oltenia)  :: Olténie {f}
Olympia {prop} (ancient city in Greece)  :: Olympie {f}
Olympia {prop} (female given name)  :: Olympe {f}
Olympiad {n} /əˈlɪmpiæd/ (period of four years)  :: olympiade {f}
Olympiad {n} (Olympic games)  :: olympiade {f}
Olympic {adj} /oʊˈlɪm.pɪk/ (of or pertaining to the Olympic Games)  :: olympique
olympicene {n} /oʊˈlɪmpɪˌsin/  :: olympicène
Olympic Games {prop} (international multi-sport event inspired by the ancient festival, see also: Olympics)  :: Jeux olympiques {m-p}
Olympic Rings {n} (symbol)  :: anneaux olympiques {m-p}
Olympics {prop} (sport event, see also: Olympic Games)  :: Olympiades {f-p}
Olympic Winter Games {prop} (Olympic Winter Games)  :: Jeux Olympiques d'hiver
Olympus {prop} /əˈlɪmpəs/ (mountain)  :: Olympe {m}
Oman {prop} (country in the Middle East)  :: Oman {m}
Omani {n} (person from Oman or of Omani descent)  :: Omanais {m}, Omanaise {f}
Omani {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Oman, the Omani people or the Omani language)  :: omanais
omasum {n} (the third part of the stomach of a ruminant)  :: feuillet {m}
ombudsman {n} /ˈɑmbədzmən/ (official who investigates complaints)  :: ombudsman {m}, médiateur {m}
ombudswoman {n} (a female ombudsman)  :: protectrice du citoyen {f}
omega {n} /oʊˈmɛɡə/ (letter of the Greek alphabet)  :: oméga {m}
omega {n} (angular velocity) SEE: angular velocity  ::
omelette {n} /ˈɑm.lət/ (dish made with beaten eggs)  :: omelette {f}
omen {n} /ˈoʊmən/ (something which portends or is perceived to portend a good or evil event or circumstance in the future; an augury or foreboding)  :: présage {m}
omen {n} (prophetic significance)  :: présage {m}
omertà {n} /oʊˈmɛɹtə/ (code of silence amongst members of the Mafia or other criminal organization)  :: omerta {f}
omicron {n} /ˈɒm.ɪ.kɹɒn/ (Greek letter)  :: omicron {m}
ominous {adj} (of or pertaining to an omen or to omens; being or exhibiting an omen)  :: sinistre, menaçant
ominous {adj} (giving indication of a coming ill)  :: de mauvais augure
ominous {adj}  :: [2] de mauvais augure
omissible {adj} (able to be omitted)  :: omissible
omission {n} /oʊˈmɪʃ ən/ (the act of omitting)  :: omission {f}
omission {n}  :: omission {f}
omit {v} /ɵˈmɪt/ (to leave out or exclude)  :: omettre
om mani padme hum {phrase} (mantra)  :: om mani padme hum
ommatidium {n} /ɒməˈtɪdɪəm/ (substructure of the eye)  :: ommatidie {f}
omni- {prefix} (all)  :: omni-
omnibus {n} /ˈɒmniˌbʌs/ (vehicle)  :: omnibus {m}, bus {m}
omnidirectional {adj} (in every direction)  :: omnidirectionnel
omnipotence {n} (unlimited power)  :: omnipotence {f}
omnipotent {adj} /ɒmˈnɪpətənt/ (having unlimited power, force or authority)  :: omnipotent
omnipresence {n} (the ability to be at all places at the same time)  :: omniprésence {f}
omnipresent {adj} (being everywhere)  :: omniprésent
omniscience {n} /ɑmˈnɪʃəns/ (capacity to know everything)  :: omniscience
omniscient {adj} /ɑmˈnɪʃənt/ (having total knowledge)  :: omniscient
omnium-gatherum {n} (collection of miscellaneous things) SEE: hodgepodge  ::
omnivore {n} (animal eating both plants and meat)  :: omnivore {m}
omnivorous {adj} (having the ability to eat both animal and vegetable food)  :: omnivore
omoplatoscopy {n} (divination by use of a shoulder blade)  :: omoplatoscopie {f}
omphaloscopy {n} /ˌɒm.fə.ˈlɒ.skə.pi/ (introversion)  :: auto-omphaloscopie
Omsk {prop} (large city in Russia)  :: Omsk {m}
on {adj} /ɒn/ (in the state of being active, functioning or operating)  :: allumé
on {prep} (positioned at the upper surface of)  :: sur
on {prep} (covering)  :: sur
on {prep} (at the date of)  :: [not translated]
on {prep} (sometime during the day of)  :: [not translated]
on {prep} (dealing with the subject of)  :: sur
on {prep} (touching; hanging from)  :: sur
on {prep}  :: de
-on {suffix} ((physics) subatomic particles)  :: -on
-on {suffix} ((genetics) basic or fundamental units)  :: -on
on account of {prep} (because of, owing to)  :: en raison de
onager {n} /ˈɒnədʒə/ (wild ass)  :: onagre {m}
on air {prep} (transmitting live)  :: à l'antenne
on all fours {adv} (on hands and knees)  :: à quatre pattes
onanism {n} /ˈoʊnəˌnɪzəm/ (masturbation)  :: onanisme {m}
on a shoestring {prep} (on a very tight budget)  :: avec des bouts de ficelle
on a whim {prep} (done without thinking seriously about the consequences)  :: sur un coup de tête
on behalf of {prep} (speaking or acting for)  :: au nom de pour le compte de
on board {adv} (aboard) SEE: aboard  ::
on board {adj} (on or in a means of transportation)  :: à bord de
onboard {adv} (on a vehicle) SEE: on board  ::
on call {prep} (when requested)  :: de garde
once {adv} /wʌn(t)s/ (one and only one time)  :: une fois
once {adv} (formerly)  :: une fois, autrefois, jadis
once {conj} (as soon as)  :: aussitôt que, dès que, une fois
once again {adv} (one more time)  :: encore une fois, de nouveau, à nouveau, une nouvelle fois, derechef, encore
once and for all {adv} (Finally, permanently, conclusively)  :: une fois pour toutes
once bitten, twice shy {proverb} (one is cautious in the future if hurt in the past)  :: [a scalded cat is afraid of cold water] chat échaudé craint l'eau froide
once in a blue moon {adv} /wʌns ɪn ə bluː muːn/ (very rarely)  :: une fois tous les cinquante ans [once every fifty years], tous les trente-six du mois [on every thirty-sixth day of the month]
once in a while {adv} (occasionally)  :: de temps en temps
once more {adv} (one more time) SEE: once again  ::
once or twice {phrase} (a small, indefinite number of times)  :: une fois ou deux
once upon a time {adv} /ˈwʌns.əˈpɒn.əˈtaɪ̯m/ (traditional beginning of children’s stories, especially fairy tales)  :: il était une fois, il y avait une fois
on cloud nine {prep} (very happy, blissful)  :: septième ciel {m}
oncogene {n} /ˈɒŋkə(ʊ)dʒiːn/ (gene)  :: oncogène
oncologic {adj} /ˌɒŋkəˈlɒdʒɪk/ (of or pertaining to oncology)  :: oncologique
oncological {adj} (of or pertaining to oncology) SEE: oncologic  ::
oncologist {n} /ɒŋˈkɒlədʒɪst/ (one who specialises in oncology)  :: oncologue {m}
oncology {n} /ɒŋˈkɒlədʒi/ (branch of medicine)  :: oncologie {f}
on deck {prep} (on the deck of a ship)  :: sur le pont
on demand {prep} (when needed or required)  :: sur commande
Ondine's curse {prop} (medical condition, sufferers of which stop breathing if they fall asleep)  :: syndrome d'Ondine {m}
ondol {n} (a Korean form of underfloor heating system)  :: ondol {m}
one {num} /wʌn/ (cardinal number 1)  :: un
one {pron} (impersonal pronoun)  :: expressed by nominalization when following an adjective
one {pron} (indefinite personal pronoun)  :: on, quelqu’un
one {n} (digit or figure)  :: un {m}
one {n} (dollar bill)  :: billet d’un dollar {m}
one {adj} (a single, unspecified thing)  :: un {m}, une {f}
one {adj} (being an unknown person with the specified name)  :: un certain
one {num} (ordinal number) SEE: first  ::
-one {suffix} (ketone)  :: -one {f}
one {num} (ordinal number) SEE: number one  ::
one after another {adv} (in single file)  :: l'un après l'autre
one and a half {num} (one and a half)  :: un et demi {m}, une et demi {f}
one another {pron} (idiomatic, reciprocal pronoun)  :: l'un l'autre {m}, les uns les autres {m-p}
one-armed bandit {n} (gaming machine)  :: bandit manchot {m}
on earth {prep} (expletive giving emphasis after interrogative word)  :: diable, donc
one at a time {adv} (individually)  :: un par un
one by one {adv} (individually)  :: un par un, un à un
one-child policy {n} (a policy of population control)  :: politique de l'enfant unique {f}
one day {adv} (at unspecified time in the future)  :: un jour
one day {adv} (at unspecified time in the past)  :: un jour
one-eyed {adj} (having only a single eye)  :: borgne
one fell swoop {n} (one stroke; one action or event with many results)  :: d'un seul coup
one for all, all for one {phrase} /wʌn fəɹɔːl ɔːl fə wʌn/ (motto: working for each other)  :: un pour tous, tous pour un
one for the road {n} (a final drink before one leaves)  :: coup de l’étrier {m}
one-handed {adv} (having only one hand)  :: manchot
one hundred and one {num} (one hundred plus one)  :: cent un {m}, cent une {f}
one hundred and one {n} (figure 101)  :: cent un {m}
one hundred million {num} (number 100,000,000)  :: cent millions
one hundred one {num} (101)  :: cent-et-un {m}
one hundred percent {adj} (complete, total)  :: cent pour cent, 100 %
one hundred percent {adv} (completely, totally)  :: cent pour cent
oneiric {adj} /oʊ.ˈnaɪ.ɹɪk/ (of or pertaining to dreams)  :: onirique
oneiric {adj} (resembling a dream; dreamlike) SEE: dreamlike  ::
oneirism {n} /ə(ʊ)ˈnʌɪɹɪzəm/ (dream-like experiences or qualities)  :: onirisme {m}
oneirism {n} (state of abnormal consciousness)  :: onirisme {m}
oneirologist {n} (interpreter of dreams)  :: oneirologiste {m} {f}
oneirology {n} (the study of dreams)  :: onirologie {f}
oneiromancy {n} (divination)  :: oniromancie {f}, onéiromancie {f}
oneironaut {n} /oʊˈnaɪɹoʊnɔt/ (explorer of dream worlds)  :: onironaute {m} {f}
one-liner {n} (short joke)  :: bon mot {m}, mot d'esprit {m}
one man's meat is another man's poison {proverb} (people have differing tastes; what pleases one person may displease another)  :: le malheur des uns fait le bonheur des autres (some people's misfortune is other people's fortune)
one million {num} (cardinal number 1000000) SEE: million  ::
one moment, please {phrase} (one moment please)  :: un instant, s'il vous plaît
oneness {n} (state of being undivided)  :: unité {f}
one-night stand {n} (theatrical)  :: soirée unique {f}
one-night stand {n} (sexual encounter)  :: coup d'un soir, coucherie {f}, liaison sans lendemain {f}
one o'clock {n} (the start of the second hour)  :: une heure {f}
one of a kind {n} (unique specimen)  :: unique en son genre
one-of-a-kind {n} (one of a kind) SEE: one of a kind  ::
one-off {adj} (occurring once; one-time)  :: ponctuel, unique, non récurrent, inouï {m}
one of these days {adv} (one day)  :: un de ces quatre
one-pot {adj}  :: monotope
onerous {adj} /ˈɑnəɹəs/ (burdensome)  :: pénible, lourd
one's {pron} /wʌnz/ (belonging to one)  :: son {m}, sa {f}, ses {p}
one's bark is worse than one's bite {phrase} (one acts in a threatening way but is relatively harmless)  :: chien qui aboie ne mord pas
one's days are numbered {phrase} (some period of time is coming to an end)  :: ses jours sont comptés
oneself {pron} /wʌnˈsɛlf/ (The person, previously mentioned)  :: soi-même
onesie {n} /ˈwʌn.zi/ (baby garment)  :: body {m}
one's marbles {n} (sanity) SEE: sanity  ::
one swallow does not a summer make {proverb} (one instance of an event does not necessarily indicate a trend)  :: une hirondelle ne fait pas le printemps
one thousand {num} (cardinal number 1000) SEE: thousand  ::
one too many {n} ((idiomatic) one or more serving too much of alcohol)  :: un verre de trop {m}
one-two {n} (soccer: quick one-touch play between two players)  :: une-deux {m}
one-two {n}  :: une-deux {f}
one-upmanship {n} /(ˌ)wʌnˈʌpmənʃɪp/ (art or practice of outdoing an opponent)  :: course à l'échalote {f}
one-way {adj} (allowing movement in only one direction)  :: à sens unique
one-way {adj} (allowing travel in only one direction)  :: aller simple
one-way mirror {n} (mirror that is transparent on one side)  :: miroir sans tain {m}, glace sans tain {f}
one-way street {n} (road in which traffic is only allowed to proceed in one direction)  :: rue à sens unique {f}
one-way ticket {n} (a ticket granting permission to travel to a place but not back)  :: billet aller simple {m}
on fire {prep} (being burned by fire)  :: en feu
on foot {prep} (walking, jogging, running)  :: à pied
ongoing {adj} (continuing, permanent)  :: continuel, permanent, continu
ongoing {adj} (presently or currently happening; being in progress)  :: actuel, en cours
on heat {prep} (in estrus)  :: en chaleur
oniomania {n} /əʊnɪə(ʊ)ˈmeɪnɪə/ (an abnormal impulse to buy things)  :: oniomanie, syndrome des achats compulsifs
onion {n} /ˈʌnjən/ (plant)  :: oignon {m}, ognon {m} [alternative spelling]
onion dome {n} (onion-shaped dome)  :: clocher à bulbe {m}
onion ring {n} (food)  :: rondelle, rondelles d'oignon {f-p}
online {adj} /ˈɒnˌlaɪn/ (connected to a network)  :: en ligne
online {adj} (available over the Internet)  :: en ligne
online {adj} (connected to the Internet)  :: en ligne
online {adj}  :: en ligne, online
onlooker {n} (spectator) SEE: spectator  ::
only {adj} /ˈoʊ (alone in a category)  :: unique, seul
only {adj} (without sibling)  :: unique
only {adv} (without others or anything further; exclusively)  :: seulement, ne...que, uniquement
only {adv} (no more than)  :: que, seulement
only {conj} (however)  :: mais
only {conj} (except)  :: sauf que
only child {n} (a person who has no siblings)  :: enfant unique {m}, fils unique {m}, fille unique {f}
only daughter {n} (sole female child)  :: fille unique
onomasiology {n} (branch of lexicology)  :: onomasiologie {f}
onomastician {n} (person who studies onomastics, person who studies names)  :: onomasticien {m}, onomasticienne {f}
onomastics {n} /ˌɑː.noʊˈmæs.tɪks/ (branch of lexicology devoted to the study of names)  :: onomastique {f}
onomatopoeia {n} /ˌɑnəˌmætəˈpiːə/ (property of a word of sounding like what it represents)  :: onomatopée {f}
onomatopoeia {n} (word that sounds like what it represents)  :: onomatopée {f}
onomatopoeic {adj} /ˌɒnəmætəˈpiːɪk/ (of or relating to onomatopoeia)  :: onomatopéique
onomatopoeic {adj} (having the property of onomatopoeia)  :: onomatopéique
onomatopoetic {adj} (concerning onomatopoeia) SEE: onomatopoeic  ::
on one's deathbed {prep} (close to death (idiomatic))  :: sur son lit de mort
on one's high horse {prep} (self-righteous)  :: sur ses grands chevaux
on one's knees {adj} (Literally)  :: à genoux
on one's own {prep} (alone; by oneself; without the companionship or assistance of others)  :: tout seul {m}
on one's way {prep} (in the direct route)  :: sur (possessive) route, sur (possessive) chemin
on one's way {prep} (leaving)  :: partir, [colloquial] décoller
on paper {prep} (in theory)  :: sur le papier
on purpose {prep} (purposely, with intention)  :: exprès, à dessein
on sale {prep} (available for purchase)  :: en vente
onsen {n} (a Japanese hot spring)  :: onsen {m}
onset {n} /ˈɔnˌsɛt/ (rushing or setting upon)  :: assaut
onset {n} (phonology: initial portion of a syllable)  :: attaque
on site {prep} (at a job site)  :: sur place
onslaught {n} /ˈɒnslɔːt/ (fierce attack)  :: assaut {m}, offensive {f}
onslaught {n} (large quantity of people or things resembling an attack)  :: assaut {m}
onslaughter {n} (onslaught) SEE: onslaught  ::
on target {prep} (towards the goal)  :: cadré
Ontarian {n} (person from Ontario)  :: Ontarien {m}, Ontarienne {f}
Ontario {prop} /ˌɒnˈtɛə.ɹi.oʊ/ (Lake between Ontario province and New York State)  :: lac Ontario {m}
Ontario {prop} (Province in eastern Canada)  :: Ontario
on the air {prep}  :: à l'antenne
on the alert {prep} (very attentive, or vigilant)  :: sur le qui-vive
on the button {prep} (precisely)  :: pile, tapantes, précises
on the contrary {prep} (opposite)  :: au contraire
on the dot {prep} (exactly)  :: pile, tapantes, précises
on the fly {adv} ((baseball, of the ball) Without a bounce)  :: à la volée
on the fly {adv} ((idiomatic) spontaneously or extemporaneously)  :: à la volée
on the heels of {prep} (in close pursuit of)  :: sur les traces de
on the hook {prep} (liable) SEE: liable  ::
on the house {prep} (free service)  :: aux frais de la maison
on the nose {prep} (exact)  :: pile poil, exact, précisé
on the one hand {prep} (from one point of view)  :: d'un côté
on the other hand {prep} (from another point of view)  :: d'un autre côté, en revanche, par contre
on the rocks {prep} (poured over ice)  :: avec des glaçons
on the run {prep} (fleeing)  :: en cavale
on the run {prep} (constantly traveling)  :: en vadrouille {f}
on the safe side {prep} (on the safe side)  :: par acquit de conscience
on the same page {prep} (on the same page)  :: (être) sur la même longueur d’onde
on the same wavelength {prep} (in rapport)  :: sur la même longueur d'onde
on the sly {adv} (slyly, in an inconspicuous manner, so as not to be seen; secretly; stealthily)  :: en douce
on the spot {prep} (at the very moment)  :: sur-le-champ
on the spot {prep} (in the right place at the moment)  :: sur place
on the tip of one's tongue {prep} (known but not quite remembered)  :: sur le bout de la langue
on the verge {prep} (almost at the beginning)  :: sur le point
on the way {prep} (coming)  :: en route
on the way {adv} (whilst travelling)  :: en chemin, chemin faisant, en cours de route
on the whole {prep} (for the most part)  :: dans l'ensemble
ontic {adj}  :: ontique
on time {adv} (punctually)  :: à l'heure, à temps
on tiptoe {prep} (moving carefully)  :: sur la pointe des pieds
onto {prep} /ˈɑn.tu/ (upon; on top of)  :: sur
ontogenetic {adj} (of or relating to ontogenesis)  :: ontogénétique
ontogenic {adj} (ontogenetic) SEE: ontogenetic  ::
ontological {adj} (of, or relating to, ontology)  :: ontologique
ontology {n} (study of being)  :: ontologie {f}
ontology {n} (system model in computer science)  :: ontologie
on top of the world {prep} (exceptionally pleased)  :: aux anges
onus probandi {n} (duty of a party in a legal proceeding) SEE: burden of proof  ::
onward {adv} (In a forward direction)  :: en avant
-onym {suffix} (word)  :: -onyme {m}
on your mark, get set, go {phrase} (three-command start of racing)  :: à vos marques, prêts, partez
on your marks {interj} (Interjection used to start a race, followed by "Get set, go!" or "Set, go!".)  :: à vos marques
onyx {n} /ˈɔnɪks/ (a banded variety of chalcedony)  :: onyx {m}
oocyst {n} /ˈəʊəsɪst/ (a reproductive cell in certain fungi)  :: oocyste {m}
oocyte {n} /ˈoʊ.oʊ.saɪt/ (cell that develops into egg or ovum)  :: ovocyte {m}
OODA {initialism} (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act)  :: OODA [Observer, Orienter, Décider, Agir]
oofless {adj} (poor) SEE: poor  ::
oogamous {adj} (of or relating to oogamy)  :: oogame
oogamy {n} (a form of anisogamy in which the female gamete is significantly larger than the male gamete and is non-motile)  :: oogamie {f}
oogenesis {n} (formation and development of ovum)  :: ovogenèse {f}
oolite {n} /ˈəʊəlʌɪt/  :: oolithe
oologic {adj} (relating to oology)  :: oologique
oolong {n} (oolong tea) SEE: oolong tea  ::
oolong tea {n} (a type of tea)  :: thé oolong {m}
oophagous {adj}  :: oophage
oophoridium {n} (the macrosporangium or case for the larger kind of spore in heterosporous flowerless plants)  :: oophoridie {f}
oophoritis {n} (inflammation of the ovaries)  :: oophorite {f}
oops {interj} /uːps/ (acknowledging a minor mistake)  :: oups, houp!
Oort Cloud {prop} (cloud of comets in the Solar System)  :: nuage de Oort {m}
oosphere {n} (A large nonmotile egg cell)  :: oosphère {f}
ootheca {n} /əʊəˈθiːkə/ (egg case of orthopteroid insects)  :: oothèque {f}
ooze {v} /uːz/ (to secrete or slowly leak)  :: suinter, sécréter
opacity {n} /oʊˈpæsɪtiː/ (state of being opaque; blocking light)  :: opacité {f}
opacity {n} (state of being inaccessible to understanding)  :: opacité {f}
opal {n} /ˈoʊpəl/ (a mineral consisting, like quartz, of silica, but inferior to quartz in hardness and specific gravity)  :: opale {f}
op-amp {n} (active circuit element)  :: amplificateur opérationnel {m}, ampli op {m}
opanak {n} (traditional leather shoe)  :: opanki
opaque {adj} /oʊˈpeɪk/ (hindering light to pass through)  :: opaque {m} {f}
op-ed {n} /ˈɒpˌɛd/ (newspaper page containing signed articles)  :: tribune libre {f}
open {adj} /ˈoʊ.pən/ (not closed)  :: ouvert
open {adj} (prepared to conduct business)  :: ouvert
open {adj} (receptive)  :: ouvert {m}
open {adj} (public)  :: ouvert
open {v} (to make something accessible)  :: ouvrir
open {v} (to become open)  :: s'ouvrir
open {v}  :: [1] ouvrir, , [4] entamer; [5,6] s'ouvrir
open {n} (sports event)  :: omnium sportif
open {n} (open space)  :: plein air
open {n} (public knowledge; (to bring into) the open)  :: (mettre qch au) grand jour
openable {adj} (that can be opened)  :: ouvrable
open air {n} (the outside)  :: grand air
open-air {adj} (taking place outdoors)  :: en plein air, de plein air, découvert
open-air museum {n} (outdoor museum)  :: musée en plein air {m}
opencast {adj} (of or pertaining to strip mining)  :: à ciel ouvert
open cluster {n} (large spherical star cluster)  :: amas ouvert
open day {n} (casual event where an institution is open for inspection by anyone interested)  :: journée portes ouvertes {f}
open-ended {adj} (unrestricted by definite limits)  :: ouvert
open-ended {adj} (permitting unstructured response)  :: ouvert
open fire {v} (to begin firing at something or someone)  :: ouvrir le feu
Open Game {n}  :: début ouvert {m}
open house {n} (event where a facility or institution is open to the public for inspection or tour)  :: journée portes ouvertes {f}
opening {n} /ˈoʊ.pənɪŋ/ (something that is open)  :: trou {m}, ouverture {f}
opening {n} (first performance of a show or play by a particular troupe)  :: première {f}
opening {n} (first few moves in a game of chess)  :: ouverture {f}
opening credits {n} (credits shown at the beginning)  :: générique d'ouverture {m}, générique de début {m}
opening hours {n} (the regular times of day when a shop is open)  :: heures d'ouverture {f-p}
open letter {n} (published letter)  :: lettre ouverte {f}
openly {adv} /ˈoʊpənli/ (in an open manner, visibly, not covertly)  :: ouvertement
open-minded {adj} (willing to consider new ideas)  :: ouvert d'esprit
open-mindedness {n} (characteristic)  :: ouverture d'esprit
open-mouthed {adj} (gaping in surprise etc.)  :: bouche bée
open relationship {n} (the relationship with possible additional relationships)  :: relation ouverte {f}
open sea {n} (part of the sea)  :: haute mer {f}, large {m}
open secret {n} (widely known fact not mentioned)  :: secret de Polichinelle {m}
open sesame {interj} (Open up)  :: Sésame, ouvre-toi
open sesame {n} (successful means of achieving a result)  :: sésame {m}
open set {n} (the set of all interior points)  :: ouvert {m}, ensemble ouvert {m}
open source {n} (software)  :: libre {m} {f}
open up {v} (to open)  :: ouvrir
open up {v} (to become communicative)  :: s'ouvrir
open up {v} (to commence firing weapons)  :: ouvrir le feu
openwork stocking {n} (a type of stocking with gaps in the fabric)  :: bas à jour {m}
opera {n} /ˈɑ.pəɹ.ə/ (theatrical work)  :: opéra {m}
opera house {n} (theatre for opera)  :: opéra {m}
operand {n} /ˈɑpəˌɹænd/ (quantity to which an operator is applied)  :: opérande {m}
operate {v} (to perform a work or labour)  :: opérer, œuvrer
operate {v}  :: opérer
operating room {n} (room in a hospital used for performing surgical operations)  :: salle d'opération {f}, salle d'op {f}
operating system {n} (software which controls computer)  :: système d’exploitation {m}
operation {n} /ˌɑpəˈɹeɪʃən/ (method by which a device performs its function)  :: opération {f}
operation {n} (method or practice by which actions are done)  :: opération {f}
operation {n} (surgical procedure)  :: opération {f}
operation {n} (procedure for generating a value from one or more other values)  :: opération {f}
operational {adj} (determined by means of practical measures)  :: opérationnel
operative {adj} (effectual)  :: opératif
operative {adj} (functional)  :: opératif
operative {adj} (based upon a surgical operation)  :: opératoire
operator {n} /ˈɑːpəɹeɪtɚ/ (one who operates)  :: opérateur {m}
operator {n} (telecommunications operator)  :: téléphoniste {m} {f}
operator {n} (mathematical operator)  :: opérateur {m}
operator {n} (Chinese whispers) SEE: Chinese whispers  ::
operculum {n} (covering flap)  :: opercule {m}
operetta {n} (lighter version of opera)  :: opérette {f}
Ophelia {prop} /oʊˈfiljə/ (female given name)  :: Ophélie
ophidian {n} /oʊˈfɪdi.ən/ (one of the Serpentes)  :: ophidien {m}
ophidian {adj} (of or pertaining to Serpentes)  :: ophidien
ophidiophobia {n} (ophiophobia) SEE: ophiophobia  ::
ophiophobe {n} (a person who fears or hates snakes)  :: ophiophobe
ophiophobia {n} (fear of snakes)  :: ophiophobie
Ophiuchus {prop} /ˌoʊfiˈjukəs/ (zodiacal constellation of the northern summer)  :: Ophiuchus, Serpentaire
ophthalmia {n}  :: ophtalmie {f}
ophthalmic {adj} (of or pertaining to the eyes)  :: ophtalmique
ophthalmologist {n} /ˌɒf.θælˈmɒ.lə.dʒɪst/ (eye specialist)  :: ophtalmologiste {m} {f}
ophthalmology {n} /ɑpθəˈmɑlədʒi]/ (eye medicine)  :: ophtalmologie
opiate {n} /ˈəʊpi.ət/ (drug, hormone or other substance derived from or related to opium)  :: opiacé {m}
opine {v} /oʊˈpaɪn/ (to have or express an opinion)  :: opiner
opinion {n} /əˈpɪnjən/ (thought a person has formed about a topic)  :: avis {m}, opinion {f}
opinion {n} (EU: A judicial opinion by an Advocate General delivered to the European Court of Justice)  :: conclusions {f-p}
opinion {v} (opine) SEE: opine  ::
opinionated {adj} (obstinately holding to one's opinion)  :: to be opinionated: avoir des opinions très arrêtées, opiniâtre
opinion poll {n} (poll)  :: sondage d'opinion {m}
opium {n} /ˈoʊpi.əm/ (drug from opium poppy)  :: opium {m}
Oporto {prop} /əˈpɔː(ɹ)təʊ/ (second-largest city of Portugal)  :: Porto
opossum {n} /əˈpɑsəm/ (marsupial of the Didelphidae)  :: sarigue {f}, opossum {m}, rat de bois {m} [Louisiana]
opponent {n} /ɒpəʊnən̩t/ (rival)  :: adversaire {mf}
opportune {adj} (at a convenient time)  :: opportun
opportunism {n} (the taking of opportunities)  :: opportunisme {m}
opportunist {n} (someone who takes advantage of any opportunity)  :: opportuniste
opportunistic {adj} /ˌɑpəɹˌtuːˈnɪstɪk/ (taking advantage of situations that arise)  :: opportun {m} {f}
opportunistic {adj} (said of people who will take advantage of situations)  :: opportuniste {m} {f}, profiteur {m}
opportunity {n} /ˌɒp.əˈtjuː.nɪ.ti/ (chance for advancement, progress or profit)  :: occasion {f}, opportunité {f}
opportunity {n} (favorable circumstance or occasion)  :: occasion favorable {f}, opportunité {f} [anglicism]
opportunity {n}  :: chance {f}
oppose {v} /əˈpoʊz/ (to attempt to stop the progression of)  :: s'opposer à
oppose {v}  :: opposer
opposite {adj} /ˈɑp(ə)sɪt/ (located directly across from)  :: opposé
opposite {adj} (facing the other way)  :: opposé
opposite {n} (contrary thing)  :: contraire {m}
opposite {n} (opponent)  :: adversaire {m} {f}
opposite {n} (antonym)  :: contraire {m}
opposite {adv} (in an opposite position)  :: en face
opposite {prep} (across from)  :: en face de
opposite number {n}  :: homologue
opposite sex {n} (the other gender to which one is referring)  :: sexe opposé {m}
opposition {n} /apəˈzɪʃn̩/ (astronomy)  :: opposition {f}
opposition {n} (political)  :: opposition {f}
oppositionist {n} (a person who opposes; especially a member of an official opposition)  :: opposant {m}, opposante {f}
oppress {v} (keep down by force)  :: opprimer
oppress {v} (to make sad or gloomy)  :: oppresser
oppression {n} (act of oppressing, or the state of being oppressed)  :: oppression {f}
oppressor {n} (oppressor)  :: oppresseur {m}
opprobrium {n} /əˈpɹoʊbɹi.əm/ (ignominy)  :: opprobre {m}
oprichnina {n} (period of Russian history)  :: opritchnina {f}
op shop {n} (thrift shop) SEE: thrift shop  ::
opt {v} /ɒpt/ (to choose)  :: opter
optical {adj} (designed to assist or enhance sight)  :: optique
optical {adj} (relating to visible light)  :: optique
optical {adj} (incorporating light-sensitive devices)  :: optique
optical disc {n} (data storage medium)  :: disque optique {f}
optical double {n} (star that appears as a double due to an optical illusion)  :: étoile double optique {f}
optical fibre {n} (fibre used for transmitting light)  :: fibre optique {f}
optic chiasm {n} (part of the brain)  :: chiasma optique {m}
optician {n} (a person who makes or sells lenses, spectacles)  :: opticien {m}
optic nerve {n} (nerve)  :: nerf optique {m}
optimal {adj} /ˈɑptɪməl/ (the best)  :: optimal
optimate {n} /ˈɒptɪmeɪt/ (member of the patrician ruling class in republican Ancient Rome)  :: optimate {m}
optimism {n} /ˈɑptɪmɪzəm/ (a tendency to expect the best)  :: optimisme {m}
optimism {n} (the doctrine that this world is the best of all possible worlds)  :: optimisme {m}
optimism {n} (the belief that good will eventually triumph over evil)  :: optimisme {m}
optimist {n} /ˈɑptɪmɪst/ (a person who expects a favourable outcome)  :: optimiste {m} {f}
optimist {n} (a believer in optimism)  :: optimiste {m} {f}
optimistic {adj} /ˌɑptɪˈmɪstɪk/ (expecting a good outcome)  :: optimiste {m} {f}
optimistically {adv} (in an optimistic manner)  :: optimistiquement
optimize {v} /ˈɑptɪmaɪz/ (to act optimistically)  :: agir en optimiste
optimize {v} (to make (something) optimal)  :: optimiser
optimize {v} (to make (something) more efficient)  :: optimiser
optimize {v} (to become optimal)  :: s'optimiser (reflexive)
optimum {n} /ˈɑptɪməm/ (the best or most favorable condition)  :: optimum {m}
optimum {adj} (best or most advantageous)  :: optimal {m}
option {n} /ˈɑpʃən/ (one of the choices which can be made)  :: choix {m}, possibilité {f}, option {f}
optional {adj} (not compulsory)  :: optionnel, facultatif
option button {n} (radio button) SEE: radio button  ::
opto- {prefix} (eye, vision, light)  :: opto-
optoelectronic {adj} (pertaining to optoelectronics)  :: optoélectronique {m} {f}
optoelectronic {adj} (that has both optical and electronic components)  :: optoélectronique {m} {f}
optoelectronics {n} /ˌɑptoʊ.ɪlɛkˈtɹɑnɪks/ (branch of physics)  :: optoélectronique {f}
optogenetics {n} (science that combines optics and genetics)  :: optogénétique {f}
optogram {n} (image of external objects fixed on the retina by the photochemical action of light on the visual purple)  :: optogramme
optometrist {n} /ɑpˈtɑmətɹɪst/ (person trained in examining and testing the eyes for defects)  :: optométriste {m} {f}
optometry {n} (art and science of vision and eye care)  :: optométrie {f}
opt out {v} (To choose not to participate in something)  :: se désengager
optronic {adj} (optoelectronic) SEE: optoelectronic  ::
optronics {n} (optoelectronics) SEE: optoelectronics  ::
opuntia {n} (Genus of flower)  :: opuntia {m}
or {conj} /ɔɹ/ (conjunction)  :: ou
or {n} (gold or yellow tincture)  :: or
or {adj} (of yellow or gold tincture on a coat of arms)  :: or
oracle {n} /ɒɹəkəl/ (shrine to prophetic deity)  :: oracle {m}
oracle {n} (priest through whom deity provides prophecy or advice)  :: oracle {m}
oracle {n} (prophetic response)  :: oracle {m}
oracle {n} (person who is a source of wisdom)  :: oracle {m}
oral {adj} /ˈɔɹəl/ (relating to the mouth)  :: oral
oral history {n} (collection and study of orally transferred historical information)  :: histoire orale {f}
oralisation {n} (oralization) SEE: oralization  ::
oralise {v} (oralize) SEE: oralize  ::
oralizable {adj} (able to be oralized)  :: oralisable
oralization {n} (the act or an act of oralizing)  :: oralisation {f}
oralize {v} (to turn something written into something oral)  :: oraliser
orally {adv} (by mouth)  :: oralement
oral sex {n} (stimulation of the genitals using the mouth)  :: sexe oral {m}
Oran {prop} (port of Algeria)  :: Oran
orange {n} /ˈɔɹ.ənd͡ʒ/ (tree)  :: oranger {m}
orange {n} (fruit)  :: orange {f}
orange {n} (colour)  :: orange {m}
orange {adj} (having the colour of the fruit of an orange tree)  :: orange
orangeade {n} /ˈɒ.ɹɪn.ˌdʒeɪd/ (orange-flavored soft drink)  :: orangeade {f}
orangeade {n} (soda water and orange juice)  :: orangeade {f}
orange blossom {n} (white flower of the orange tree)  :: fleur d'oranger {f}
Orange Free State {prop} (former province of South Africa)  :: Orange {f}, État libre d'Orange {m}
orange juice {n} (juice of squeezed oranges)  :: jus d'orange {m}
orangery {n} (greenhouse in which orange trees are grown)  :: orangerie {f}
orangutan {n} /əˈɹæŋ.əˌtæn/ (arboreal anthropoid ape)  :: orang-outan {m}
orate {v} /ˈɔɹ.eɪt/ (to speak formally; to give a speech)  :: discourir, pontifier, délivrer un laïus, laïusser, disserter, pérorer
orate {v} (to speak passionately; to preach)  :: haranguer, vitupérer, admonester
orator {n} /ˈɒ.ɹə.tə(ɹ)/ (someone who orates or delivers an oration)  :: orateur {m}, oratrice {f}
oratorian {n} (member of an oratory)  :: oratorien {m}
oratorio {n} (a musical composition on a religious theme)  :: oratorio
oratory {n} (eloquence) SEE: eloquence  ::
oratory {n} /ˈɔ.ɹə.tɔ.ɹi/ (private chapel)  :: oratoire {m}
oratory {n} (large Roman Catholic church)  :: oratoire {m}
orb {n} (period of time marked off by the revolution of a heavenly body) SEE: year  ::
orb {n} (circle) SEE: circle  ::
orb {n} (orbit) SEE: orbit  ::
orb {n} /oɹb/ (spherical body)  :: orbe {m}
orb {n} (mythology: transparent sphere carrying the heavenly bodies)  :: sphère {f}
orb {n} (poetic: the eye, as luminous and spherical)  :: œil {m}
orb {n} (poetic: a revolving circular body; a wheel)  :: sphère {f}
orb {n} (monarch's ceremonial sphere) SEE: globus cruciger  ::
orbicular {adj} /ɔɹˈbɪk.ju.lɚ/ (circular or spherical in shape)  :: orbiculaire, sphérique
orbiculate {adj} (spherical or circular)  :: orbiculé
orbit {n} (path of one object around another)  :: orbite {f}
orbit {v} (circle another object)  :: orbiter autour de
orbit {v} (move around the general vicinity of)  :: orbiter autour de
orbit {v} (place an object into an orbit)  :: mettre en orbite
orbit {n} (eye socket) SEE: eye socket  ::
orbital {adj} (Of or relating to an orbit)  :: orbital {m}, orbitale {f}
orbital {adj} (Of or relating to the eye socket (eyehole))  :: orbital {m}, orbitale {f}, orbitaire {m} {f}
orbital cavity {n} (eye socket) SEE: eye socket  ::
orbitational {adj} (orbital) SEE: orbital  ::
orc {n} /ɔɹk/ (evil monstrous humanoid creature)  :: orque {m}, orc {m}
orc {n} (Orcinus orca) SEE: orca  ::
orca {n} /ˈɔɹkə/ (Orcinus orca)  :: épaulard {m}, orque {f}
Orcadian {adj} /ɔː(ɹ)ˈkeɪ.diː.ən/ (from the Orkney Islands)  :: orcadien
Orcadian {n} (someone from the Orkney Islands)  :: Orcadien {m}, Orcadienne {f}
orchard {n} /ˈɔː(ɹ).tʃəd/ (land for cultivation of fruit or nut trees)  :: verger {m}
orchard {n} (the trees in an orchard)  :: arbre fruitier
orchestra {n} (large group of musicians who play together on various instruments)  :: orchestre {m}
orchestra {n} (semicircular space in front of the stage used by the chorus in Ancient theatres)  :: orchestre {m}
orchestra {n} (the area in a theatre or concert hall where the musicians sit)  :: orchestre {m}
orchestral {adj} /ˌɔɹˈkɛstɹəl/ (relating to an orchestra)  :: orchestral
orchestrate {v} /ˈɔɹ.kəstˌɹeɪt/ (to compose or arrange orchestral music for a dramatic performance)  :: orchestrer
orchestrate {v} (to arrange or direct diverse elements to achieve a desired effect)  :: orchestrer
orchid {n} /ˈɔɹkɪd/ (plant)  :: orchidée {f}
orchidology {n} (the branch of botany or horticulture dealing with orchids)  :: orchidologie {f}, orchidéologie {f}
Orcus {prop}  :: Orcus
ordeal {n} /ɔɹˈdiəl/ (a painful or trying experience)  :: épreuve {f}, calvaire {m}
ordeal {n} (trial in which the accused was subjected to a dangerous test)  :: ordalie {f}
order {n} /ˈɔɹdɚ/ (arrangement, disposition)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (good arrangement)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (command)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (request for some product or service)  :: commande {f}
order {n} (religious group)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (society of knights)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (awarded decoration)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (biology: taxonomical classification)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (electronics: power of polynomial function in a circuit’s block)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (partially ordered set)  :: ordre {m}
order {n} (relation on a partially ordered set)  :: relation d'ordre {f}
order {n} (highest exponent in a polynomial)  :: ordre {m}, degré {m}
order {v} (to set in (any) order)  :: ranger
order {v} (to set in (a good) order)  :: ranger
order {v} (to issue a command)  :: commander, ordonner
order {v} (to request some product or service)  :: commander
ordered pair {n} (in set theory)  :: couple {m}
orderliness {n} /ˈɔːdəlɪnəs/ (regularity; proper arrangement)  :: ordre {m}
orderly {n} /ˈɔɹdɚli/ (soldier who carries out minor tasks for a superior officer)  :: planton {m}
order of battle {n}  :: ordre de bataille {m}
order of knighthood {n} (order)  :: ordre de chevalerie {m}
order of magnitude {n} (class of scale)  :: ordre de grandeur {m}
order of precedence {n}  :: ordre de préséance
ordinal {adj} /ˈɔːɹd.nəl/ (indicating position in a numerical sequence)  :: ordinal, ordinaux {m-p}
ordinal {n} (ordinal number)  :: ordinal {m} (pl ordinaux)
ordinal number {n} (grammar: word used to denote relative position in a sequence)  :: nombre ordinal {m} (pl. nombres ordinaux)
ordinal number {n}  :: ordinal {m}
ordinance {n} /ˈɔɹd.nəns/ (a local law or regulation)  :: ordonnance {f}
ordinand {n} (a candidate for ordination)  :: ordinand {m}
ordinariate {n} (office of a Roman Catholic ordinary)  :: ordinariat {m}
ordinarily {adv} (usually or as a general rule)  :: d'ordinaire, ordinairement
ordinary {adj} /ˈɔɹdɪnɛɹi/ (normal, routine)  :: ordinaire
ordinary {n} (standard geometric design in heraldics)  :: pièce {f}
ordinary differential equation {n} (equation)  :: équation différentielle ordinaire {f}
ordinate {n} /ˈɔːɹ.dənɪt/ (y coordinate)  :: ordonnée {f}
ordination {n} (act of ordaining)  :: ordination {f}
ordination {n} (ceremony)  :: ordination {f}
ore {n} /ɔɹ/ (rock that contains materials that can be economically extracted and processed)  :: minerai {m}
oregano {n} /əˈɹɛɡənoʊ/ (plant)  :: marjolaine {f}
oregano {n} (leaves used to flavour food)  :: origan
Oregon {prop} /ˈɔɹɪɡən/ (northwestern state of the United States of America)  :: Orégon {m}
Oregonian {n} (inhabitant or native of Oregon)  :: Orégonais {m}, Orégonien {m} [rare]
Oregonian {adj} (of or pertaining to Oregon)  :: orégonais, orégonien [rare]
or else {phrase} (as an alternative)  :: sinon
Ore Mountains {prop} (mountain range)  :: monts Métallifères
Orenburg {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Orenbourg {m}
organ {n} /ˈɔɹ.ɡən/ (part of an organism)  :: organe {m}
organ {n} (musical instrument)  :: orgue {m}
organelle {n} /ˌɔɹ.ɡənˈɛl/ (a membrane bound compartment found within cells)  :: organite {m}
organ gun {n} (ribauldequin) SEE: ribauldequin  ::
organic {adj} /ɔːˈɡænɪk/ (pertaining to an organ)  :: organique
organic {adj} (chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbon)  :: organique
organic {adj} (of food and food products: grown without agrichemicals)  :: bio, biologique {m} {f}
organic {n} (organic compound) SEE: organic compound  ::
organic chemist {n} (chemist whose field is organic chemistry)  :: chimiste organique
organic chemistry {n} (chemistry of carbon containing compounds)  :: chimie organique {f}
organic compound {n} (carbon containing covalent compound)  :: composé organique {m}
organic farming {n} (approach to farming based on biological methods)  :: agriculture biologique {f}
organic matter {n} (organic matter)  :: matière organique {f}
organise {v} (organize) SEE: organize  ::
organism {n} /ˈɔɹ.ɡən.ɪ.zəm/ (living thing)  :: organisme {m}
organist {n} (musician who plays the organ)  :: organiste
organization {n} /ˌɔɹɡənɪˈzeɪʃən/ (quality of being organized)  :: organisation {f}
organization {n} (the way in which something is organized)  :: organisation
organization {n} (group of people or other legal entities with an explicit purpose and written rules)  :: organisation {f}
organization {n} (group of people consciously cooperating)  :: organisation {f}
organization chart {n} (chart of reporting relationships in an organization)  :: organigramme {m}
organize {v} /ˈɔɹɡənaɪz/ (to arrange in working order)  :: organiser
organized crime {n} (criminal organizations seen as a whole)  :: crime organisé {m}
organizer {n} (person arranging public events)  :: organisateur {m}
organizer {n} (hand-held micro-computer)  :: organiseur, agenda
organochlorine {n} (chlorine substituted organic compound)  :: organochloré
organogenesis {n} (formation and development of the organs from embryonic cells)  :: organogenèse {f}
organoleptic {adj} (of or pertaining to sensory properties of a particular substance)  :: organoleptique
organolithium {n} (organic compound containing a carbon to lithium bond)  :: organolithien {m}
organ transplant {n} (surgical operation)  :: greffe {f}
orgasm {n} /ˈɔɹ.ɡæz.əm/ (the peak of sexual pleasure)  :: orgasme {m}
orgasm {v} (to have an orgasm)  :: jouir, orgasmer
orgasm {n} (orgasm) SEE: climax  ::
orgasmic {adj} (of or relating to orgasms)  :: orgasmique, orgastique, jouissif {m}
orgiastic {adj} /ˌɔɹdʒiˈæstɪk/ (relating to an orgy)  :: orgiastique
orgulous {adj} /ˈɔɹɡjələs/ (proud, haughty)  :: fier, hautain, dédaigneux, méprisant, orgueilleux {m}, vaniteux {m}
orgulous {adj} (ostentatious, showy)  :: ostentatoire
orgulous {adj} (swollen, augmented, excessive)  :: excessif, ampoulé
orgulous {adj} (threatening, dangerous)  :: menaçant, dangereux
orgy {n} /ˈɔː.dʒi/ (sexual group activity)  :: orgie {f}, partouze {f}
orgy {n}  :: partouze {f}
orient {v} /ˈɔɹ.iː.ɛnt/ (to familiarize with a situation or circumstance)  :: s'orienter
Orient {prop} (Countries of Asia)  :: l'Orient {m}, Levant {m}
Oriental {adj} /ɔːɹiˈɛntl̩/ (of or relating to the Orient or Asia, especially the Far East)  :: oriental {m}
Oriental {n} (person)  :: Oriental {m}
orientation {n}  :: orientation {f}
orienteering {n} (racing across unfamiliar countryside using a map and compass)  :: course d'orientation {f}
orifice {n} (orifice (see anus etc. for specific body cavities)) SEE: hole  ::
orifice {n} (mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe)  :: orifice {m}
origami {n} /ˌɔɹəˈɡɑmi/ (the Japanese art of paper folding)  :: origami {m}
origin {n} /ˈɒ.ɹɨ.dʒɨn/ (beginning of something)  :: origine {f}
origin {n} (source of a river, information, goods, etc.)  :: source {f}
origin {n} (point at which the axes of a coordinate system intersect)  :: origine {f}
origin {n} (ancestry)  :: origine {f}
origin {n}  :: origine {f}
original {adj} /əˈɹɪdʒɪnəl/ (relating to the origin or beginning)  :: originel
original {adj} (first in a series)  :: original
original {adj} (fresh, different)  :: original
original {adj} (pioneering)  :: original
original {adj}  :: original {m}, originale {f}
original {n} (object from which all later copies and variations are derived)  :: original {m}
original {n}  :: original {m}
original {n} (archasm for an excentric) SEE: eccentric  ::
originality {n} /əˌɹɪdʒɪˈnælɪti/ (the quality of being original or novel)  :: originalité {f}
original sin {n} (state of sinfulness in each human)  :: péché originel {m}
originate {v} /əˈɹɪdʒɪneɪt/ (to give origin to, cause)  :: instituer
originate {v}  :: prendre sa source
originator {n} (someone who originates)  :: demandeur {m}, expéditeur {m}
Orinoco {prop} /ˌoʊɹɪˈnoʊkoʊ/ (river)  :: Orénoque {m}
oriole {n} /ˈɔɹi.əl/ (any of the various colourful passerine birds)  :: loriot
Orion {prop} /əˈɹaɪən/ (in mythology)  :: Orion
Orion {prop} (constellation)  :: Orion
Orion's Belt {prop} (bright asterism)  :: Ceinture d'Orion, Baudrier d'Orion
orison {n} /ˈɒɹɪsən/ (A prayer)  :: oraison {f}
Orissa {prop} (Odisha) SEE: Odisha  ::
Oristano {prop} (province)  :: Oristano
Oristano {prop} (town)  :: Oristano
Oriya {prop} (language)  :: oriya {m}
Orkney Islands {prop} (group of islands)  :: les Orcades {f-p}
Orleans {prop} /ˈɔɹ.li.ənz/ (a city in France)  :: Orléans
Orlon {n} (synthetic fibre)  :: orlon
ornament {n} /ˈɔɹnəmənt/ (element of decoration)  :: ornement {m}
ornament {n} (musical flourish)  :: ornement musical {m}
ornamental {n} /ˌɔɹnəˈmɛntl/ (plant serving to ornament)  :: ornemental {m}, ornementale {f}
ornate wolf {n} (Lycaon pictus) SEE: African hunting dog  ::
ornithine {n} (amino acid)  :: ornithine {f}
ornithological {adj} (of or pertaining to ornithology)  :: ornithologique
ornithologist {n} (expert in ornithology)  :: ornithologue {m} {f}
ornithology {n} (scientific study of birds)  :: ornithologie {f}
ornithopter {n} /ˈɔɹ.nɪˌθɑp.tɚ/ (aircraft that flaps its wings)  :: ornithoptère {m}
ornithosis {n} (infection)  :: ornithose {f}, chlamydiose aviaire {f}
orogenesis {n} (orogenesis)  :: orogenèse {f}
orogenic {adj} /ɒɹə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪk/ (Concerned with orogeny)  :: orogénique
orogenital {adj} (involving the mouth and the genitals)  :: buccogénital
orography {n} /ɒˈɹɒɡɹəfi/ (the scientific study, or a physical description of mountains)  :: orographie {f}
orography {n} (the orographic features of a region)  :: orographie {f}
orphan {n} /ˈɔɹfən/ (person whose (parent or) parents have died)  :: orphelin {m}, orpheline {f}
orphanage {n} /ˈɔː(ɹ)fənɪd͡ʒ/ (a residential institution for the care and protection of orphans)  :: orphelinat {m}, maison d'enfants {f}
orphanarium {n} (orphanage) SEE: orphanage  ::
orphan drug {n}  :: médicament orphelin
Orpheus {prop} /ˈɔɹfi.əs/ (the musician who searched for Eurydice)  :: Orphée {m}
orthodontics {n} (correcting misalignment of teeth)  :: orthodontie
orthodontist {n} (orthodontic dentist)  :: orthodontiste {m} {f}
orthodox {adj} /ˈɔːθədɒks/ (Adhering to established religious doctrine or tradition)  :: orthodoxe
orthodox {adj} (Adhering to whatever is traditional, customary, accepted)  :: orthodoxe
Orthodox {adj} (of the Eastern Christian Orthodox church)  :: orthodoxe
Orthodox Church {n} (the Eastern body of Christendom)  :: Église orthodoxe {f}
orthodoxy {n} /ˈɔːɹθədɑːksi/ (correctness in doctrine and belief)  :: orthodoxie {f}
orthodoxy {n} (the beliefs and practices of the Eastern Orthodox Church) SEE: Orthodoxy  ::
Orthodoxy {prop} /ˈɔːɹθədɑːksi/ (the Eastern Orthodox Church and its foundations)  :: orthodoxie {f}
orthoepy {n} /ˈɔɹθoʊˌɛpi/ (the correct pronunciation of words)  :: orthoépie {f}
orthoepy {n} (the study of correct pronunciation of words)  :: orthoépie {f}
orthogonal {adj} /ɔːˈθɒɡənəl/ (of right angles)  :: orthogonal
orthogonal {adj} (mathematical term)  :: orthogonal
orthogonal {adj} (statistically independent)  :: orthogonal
orthogonal {adj} (able to be treated separately)  :: indépendant
orthographically {adv} (in an orthographical manner)  :: orthographiquement
orthography {n} /ɔɹˈθɑɡ.ɹə.fi/ (study of correct spelling)  :: orthographe {f}
orthography {n} (aspect of language study)  :: orthographe {f}
orthography {n} (method of representing a language by written symbols)  :: orthographe {f}
orthologous {adj} (having been separated by a speciation event)  :: orthologue
orthomolecular {adj} (relating to the theory that illness is the result of chemical deficiencies)  :: orthomoléculaire
orthopedic {adj} (Of or relating to orthopedics)  :: orthopédique
orthopedist {n} (orthopedic surgeon)  :: orthopédiste {m} {f}
orthorexia {n} (obsession with healthy food)  :: orthorexie
orthorhombic {adj} (having three unequal axes at right angles)  :: orthorhombique
orthosympathetic {adj} (of or pertaining to the sympathetic component)  :: orthosympathique {m} {f}
ortolan {n} /ˈɔɹ.tə.læn/ (a small bird eaten as a delicacy)  :: ortolan {m}, becfigue
Oryol {prop} (a city in Russia)  :: Oriol {m}, Orel {m}
Osage {prop} /ˈoʊseɪdʒ/ (language)  :: Osage {m}
Osaka {prop} (Ōsaka, a city in Honshū, Japan)  :: Osaka
Oscan {adj} /ˈɑːskən/ (Of or pertaining to the Oscan language or Oscan people, or their writing system)  :: osque
Oscan {n} (Person)  :: Osque {m} {f}
Oscan {prop} (Language)  :: osque {m}
Oscar {prop} /ˈɒs kəɹ/ (male given name)  :: Oscar {m}
oscillate {v} /ˈɑsɪleɪt/ (to swing back and forth, especially if with a regular rhythm)  :: osciller
oscillation {n} (the act of oscillating)  :: oscillation {f}
oscillator {n} (an electronic circuit used to generate a continuous output waveform)  :: oscillateur {m}
oscilloscope {n} /əˈsɪl.ɪ.skəʊp/ (electronic measuring instrument)  :: oscilloscope {m}
osculating circle {n} (notion in mathematics)  :: cercle osculateur {m}
osculum {n} (main opening in a sponge)  :: oscule {m}
Osh {prop} (Kyrgyz city)  :: Och
osier {n} /ˈoʊʒəɹ/ (plant)  :: saule des vanniers {m}
-osis {suffix} (suffix for functional disorders)  :: -ose
Oslo {prop} /ˈɒzləʊ/ (the capital and a county municipality of Norway)  :: Oslo {f}
osmanthus {n} (plant)  :: osmanthe
osmium {n} (chemical element)  :: osmium {m}
osmolarity {n} (osmotic concentration)  :: osmolarité {f}
osmoregulation {n} (homeostatic regulation of osmotic pressure)  :: osmorégulation
osmosis {n} (movement of molecules)  :: osmose {f}
osmotic {adj} (of or relating to osmosis)  :: osmotique
Osmussaar {prop} (Island in northwest Estonia)  :: Osmussaar
osprey {n} /ˈɑspɹi/ (bird of prey)  :: balbuzard {m}, balbuzard pêcheur {m}
Osroene {prop} (ancient kingdom)  :: Osroène
osseous {adj} (relating to bone)  :: osseux
Ossetia {prop} /əˈsɛtɪə/ (region in the Caucasus)  :: Ossétie
Ossetian {adj} /ɑːˈseti.ən/ (pertaining to Ossetia)  :: ossète {m} {f}
Ossetian {n} (member of the people)  :: Ossète {m} {f}, Ossétien {m}, Ossétienne {f}
Ossetian {prop} (language)  :: ossète {m}
ossicle {n} /ɒsɪkəl/ (small bone in the ear; auditory ossicle)  :: osselet {m}
ossicone {n} (horn-like protuberance)  :: ossicône
ossify {v} (to calcify) SEE: calcify  ::
osso buco {n} /ˌɑsoʊ ˈbukoʊ/ (Italian meat dish)  :: osso buco {m}, ossobuco {m}
ossuary {n} (a place where the dead are buried)  :: ossuaire {m}
OST {n} (Original soundtrack)  :: BO
Ostend {prop} /ˈɒstˌɛnd/ (largest coastal city of Belgium)  :: Ostende
ostensible {adj} /ɑˈstɛns.ɪ.bəl/  :: apparent
ostensibly {adv} /ɑːˈstɛn.sə.bli/ (ostensibly)  :: ostensiblement, soi-disant, en apparence
ostentation {n} (display of excessive show in an attempt to impress others)  :: ostentation {f}
ostentation {n} (show or spectacle)  :: spectacle {m}
ostentatious {adj} /ˌɒs.tɛnˈteɪ.ʃəs/ (of ostentation)  :: ostentatoire
osteo- {prefix} (bone)  :: ostéo-
osteoarthritis {n} (form of arthritis caused by chronic degeneration of the cartilage and synovial membrane of the joints)  :: arthrose {f}
osteochondrosis {n} /ˌɒstiːəʊkɒnˈdɹəʊsɪs/ (family of orthopedic diseases)  :: ostéochondrite {f}, ostéochondrose {f}
osteologist {n} (specialist in osteology)  :: ostéologue {m} {f}
osteology {n} (study of bones)  :: ostéologie {f}
osteomyelitis {n} (pathology: an infection of the bone)  :: ostéomyélite {f}
osteopath {n} (medicine: a healthcare practitioner who practices osteopathy by manipulating the skeleton and muscles)  :: ostéopathe {m} {f}
osteopathic {adj} (of or pertaining to osteopathy or osteopathic medicine)  :: ostéopathique
osteopathy {n} (branch of therapy)  :: ostéopathie {f}
osteopenia {n} (the medical condition of having low bone density, but not low enough to be considered osteoporosis)  :: ostéopénie
osteopetrosis {n} (hereditary disorder)  :: ostéopétrose {f}
osteoporosis {n} (bone disease)  :: ostéoporose {f}
ostracism {n} /ˈɒstɹəsɪz(ə)m/ (in ancient Greece, the temporary banishment by popular vote)  :: ostracisme {m}
ostracism {n} (banishment, exclusion from community)  :: ostracisme {m}
ostrich {n} /ˈɔs.tɹɪt͡ʃ/ (large flightless bird)  :: autruche {f}
ostro {n} (Mediterranean wind)  :: auster {m}, marin {m}, sirocco {m}
Ostrobothnia {prop} (region in Finland)  :: Ostrobotnie
Ostrobothnia {prop} (historical province)  :: Ostrobotnie
Ostrogoth {n} (member of a tribe of Eastern Goths)  :: Ostrogoth {m}
Oswald {prop} (male given name)  :: Oswald
otaku {n} /oʊˈtɑku/ (one with an obsessive interest in something such as anime or manga)  :: otaku {m} {f}
otalgia {n} (earache) SEE: earache  ::
other {adj} /ˈʌðə(ɹ)/ (not the one previously referred to)  :: autre
other {adj}  :: autre
other {determiner} (not the one referred to)  :: autre
otherness {n}  :: altérité {f}
others {n} /ˈʌðəz/ (other people)  :: les autres {m-p} {f-p}
other side {n} (afterlife) SEE: afterlife  ::
other than {prep}  :: autre que
otherwise {adv} /ˈʌð.ə(ɹ)ˌwaɪz/ (differently, in another way)  :: autrement, différemment
otherwise {adv} (under different circumstances)  :: sinon, autrement
otherwise {adv} (in all other respects)  :: sinon, pour le reste
otherwise {adj} (other than supposed)  :: tout autre, bien différent
otherwise {adv} (or else) SEE: or else  ::
otic {adj} /ˈəʊtɪk/ (related to the ear)  :: otique
-otic {suffix}  :: -otique
otiose {adj} /ˈoʊ.ʃi.oʊs/ (resulting in no effect)  :: inutile
otiose {adj} (reluctant to work)  :: oisif
otitis {n} (inflammation of the ear)  :: otite
otolaryngological {adj} (otorhinolaryngological) SEE: otorhinolaryngological  ::
otolaryngologist {n} (otorhinolaryngologist) SEE: otorhinolaryngologist  ::
otolaryngology {n} /ˌoʊ.toʊ.lɛɚ.ɪŋˈɡɑ.lə.d͡ʒi/ (medical study of the ear, nose and throat)  :: oto-rhino-laryngologie {f}, otorhinolaryngologie {f}, ORL {f}
otolith {n} (small particle in the inner ear)  :: otolithe {m}
otology {n} /oʊˈtɑlədʒi/ (the branch of medicine that deals with the ear)  :: otologie {f}
otorhinolaryngological {adj} (pertaining to otorhinolaryngology)  :: otorhinolaryngologique {m} {f}, oto-rhino-laryngologique {m} {f}, ORL {m} {f}
otorhinolaryngologist {n} /ˌɑtoˌɹajnoˌlæɹɪŋˈɡɑlədʒɪst/ (medical doctor of ear, nose and throat)  :: otorhinolaryngologiste {m} {f}, oto-rhino-laryngologiste {m} {f}, ORL {m} {f}
otorhinolaryngology {n} (otolaryngology) SEE: otolaryngology  ::
otoscope {n} /ˈoʊ̯ɾəskoʊ̯p/ (medical instrument)  :: otoscope {m}
ottava rima {n} /oʊˌtɑvə ˈɹimə/ (arrangement of stanzas of eight lines rhyming ab ab ab cc)  :: ottava rima {f}
Ottawa {prop} /ˈɒtəwə/ (capital of Canada)  :: Ottawa {m}, Outaouais {m}
Ottawan {n} (native or inhabitant of Ottawa)  :: Outaouais {m}, Outaouaise {f}
otter {n} /ˈɑtɚ/ (mammal)  :: loutre {f}
otter civet {n} (Cynogale bennettii)  :: civette-loutre de Sumatra, cynogale de Bennett, manpalon
ottoman {n} (sofa, see also: sofa)  :: divan {m}
Ottoman Empire {prop} /ˈɒtəmən ˈɛmpaɪə/ (Ottoman Empire)  :: Empire ottoman {m}
Ottoman Turkish {prop} (the variety of the Turkish language that was used as the administrative and literary language of the Ottoman Empire)  :: turc osmanli
Ottonian {adj} (Pertaining to a dynasty of Germanic kings including Otto the Great)  :: ottonien
Ouagadougou {prop} /ˈwɑːɡəˈduːɡuː/ (capital of Burkina Faso)  :: Ouagadougou
oubliette {n} /uːbliˈɛt/ (dungeon)  :: oubliette {f}
ouch {interj} /ˈaʊtʃ/ (expression of one's own physical pain)  :: aïe, ouille
ouch {interj} (expression in sympathy at another’s pain)  :: aïe
ouch {interj} (reply to an insult)  :: aïe
ought {v} /ɔt/ (indicating duty or obligation)  :: devoir (in conditional)
ought {v} (indicating advisability or prudence)  :: devoir (in conditional)
ought {v} (indicating desirability)  :: devoir (in conditional)
ought {v} (indicating likelihood or probability)  :: devoir(in conditional)
ouguiya {n} /uːˈɡiːjə/ (currency)  :: ouguiya {m}
Ouija {n} /ˈwiːdʒə/ (a board with letters of the alphabet and "yes" and "no")  :: Ouija
ounce {n} /aʊns/ (28.3495 g)  :: once {f}
our {determiner} /ɑː(ɹ)/ (belonging to us)  :: notre, nos
Our Lady {prop} (Virgin Mary)  :: Notre Dame {f}
Our Lady of Sorrows {prop} (the Virgin Mary in reference to her sorrows)  :: Notre-Dame des Douleurs {f}, Notre-Dame de la Miséricorde {f}, Notre-Dame des Angoisses {f}, Notre-Dame des Larmes {f}, Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs {f}, Notre-Dame du Calvaire {f}
ours {pron} /ˈaʊɚz/ (that which belongs to us)  :: le nôtre {m}, la nôtre {f}, les nôtres {m-p} {f-p}
ourself {pron} (reflexive of editorial we)  :: nous-même
ourselves {pron} /aʊɚˈsɛlvz/  :: nous-mêmes
-ous {suffix} (suffix to form adjectives)  :: -eux {m}, -euse {f}
oust {v} /aʊst/ (to expel; to remove)  :: expulser
ouster {n} /aʊstəɹ/ (forceful removal from power)  :: limogeage {m}
out {prep} /aʊt/  :: hors
out {n} (removal from play in baseball)  :: retrait {m}
out {v} (to reveal to be gay, bisexual, or transgender)  :: outer
outage {n} (suspension of operation)  :: panne, interruption
outage {n} (amount lost in storage or transportation)  :: perte de marchandise
outback {adv} (Australian desolate desert area)  :: arrière-pays {m}, outback {m}
outbid {v} /aʊtˈbɪd/ (To bid more than somebody else)  :: surenchérir
outboard {n} (outboard motor) SEE: outboard motor  ::
outboard motor {n} (engine fitted over the transom of a boat)  :: moteur hors-bord {m}
outbounds {n} (outer limits)  :: confins {m-p}
outbreak {n} (an eruption, sudden appearance)  :: irruption {f}
outbreak {n}  :: éruption
outbuilding {n} /ˈaʊtˌbɪl.dɪŋ/ (separate building associated with a main building)  :: dépendance, cabanon {m}
outbuilding {n}  :: edificación exterior {f}
outcast {n} /aʊtˈkɑːst/ (one that has been excluded from a society or system a pariah)  :: paria {m} {f}, proscrit {m}, proscrite {f}
outclass {v} (To surpass something)  :: surclasser
outcome {n} /ˈaʊtkʌm/ (result)  :: issue {f}, résultat {m}, dénouement {m}
outcrop {n} /ˈaʊt.kɹɑp/ (coming out of bedrock or of an unconsolidated deposit to the surface of the ground)  :: affleurement {m}
outcrop {n} (part of a rock formation that appears at the surface)  :: affleurement {m}
outcry {n} /ˈaʊtkɹaɪ/ (strong protest)  :: levée de bouclier {f}
outdated {adj} /aʊtˈdeɪtɪd]/ (out of date, old-fashioned, antiquated)  :: périmé, dépassé
outdo {v} /aʊtˈdu/ (to go beyond)  :: surpasser
outdoor {adj} /ˌaʊtˈdɔː/ (situated in the open air)  :: de plein air, d'extérieur
outdoors {adv} (in the open air)  :: en plein air, à l'extérieur, dehors
outdoors {n} (environment outside of enclosed structures)  :: dehors {m}
outer {adj} /ˈaʊtɚ/ (outside)  :: extérieur, externe
outer class {n} (programming: class that includes an inner class)  :: classe externe {f}
outer ear {n} (portion of ear)  :: oreille externe {f}
Outer Mongolia {prop} (East Asian region)  :: Mongolie extérieure {f}
outer planet {n} (planet of the Solar System with an orbit beyond the asteroid belt)  :: planète externe {f}
outer space {n} /ˌaʊtɚ ˈspeɪs/ (region)  :: espace cosmique {m}, cosmos {m}
outfielder {n} (A player that plays in the outfield.)  :: voltigeur {m}
outfit {n} /ˈaʊtfɪt/ (set of clothing)  :: complet {m}, costume {m}, tenue {f}
outfit {n} (gear consisting of a set of articles or tools for a specified purpose)  :: nécessaire {m}
outfit {n} (business or firm)  :: maison {f}
outfitter {n} (person or shop)  :: confectionneur {m}
outfitter {n} (business)  :: pourvoirie {f}
outflow {n} (Process of flowing out)  :: sortie {f}
outfox {v} (outsmart) SEE: outsmart  ::
outguess {v} (outsmart) SEE: outsmart  ::
outhouse {n} (outbuilding) SEE: outbuilding  ::
outing {n} /ˈaʊtɪŋ/ (public revelation of homosexuality)  :: outing
outlast {v} /ˌaʊtˈlæst/ (to live longer than)  :: survivre, durer, perdurer
outlaw {n} (a fugitive from the law)  :: hors-la-loi
outlet {n} /ˈaʊtlɛt/ (vent)  :: conduit {f}
outlet {n} (release of desires)  :: exutoire {m}, issue {f}
outlet {n} (river)  :: exutoire {m}, dérivatif {m}
outlet {n} (shop)  :: magasin d’usine {m}, franchise {f}
outlet {n} (wall-mounted socket)  :: prise de courant {f} (abbrv. prise {f})
outlier {n} (a person or thing situated away from the main body or outside its proper place.)  :: cas isolé {m}, exception {f}
outlier {n} (part of formation separate from the rest)  :: lambeau {m} d'érosion {f}
outlier {n} (value outside pattern in a statistical sample)  :: valeur {f} anormale, aberrante, extrême
outline {n} /ˈaʊtlaɪn/ (line marking the boundary of an object figure)  :: contour {m}
outline {n} (outer shape of an object or figure)  :: silhouette {f}
outline {n} (sketch or drawing in which objects are delineated in contours without shading)  :: esquisse {f}
outline {n} (general description of some subject)  :: aperçu {m}
outline {n} (statement summarizing the important points of a text)  :: résumé {m}
outline {n} (preliminary plan of a project)  :: ébauche {f}
outline {n} ((film industry) a prose telling of a story intended to be turned into a screenplay)  :: synopsis {m} {f}
outline {v} (to draw an outline of something)  :: entourer
outline {v}  :: esquisser , résumer
outlook {n} /ˈaʊtlʊk/ (view from such a place)  :: vue {f}
outlook {n} (attitude, point of view)  :: point de vue {m}
outlook {n} (expectation for the future)  :: perspective {f} (?)
out loud {adv} (aloud)  :: à voix haute
outmoded {adj} (unfashionable)  :: démodé
outmoded {adj} (obsolete)  :: dépassé, démodé
out of {prep} (from the inside to the outside of)  :: hors de
out of {prep} (with the motivation of)  :: par
out of {prep} (not having anymore)  :: à court de
out of {prep} (expressing a fraction or a ratio)  :: sur
out of breath {prep} (breathing with difficulty)  :: essoufflé, hors d’haleine
out of character {adj} (not consistent behaviour)  :: hors de caractère
out of date {prep} (too old to be used)  :: dépassé, démodé
out of date {prep} (not conforming to current fashion)  :: démodé
out of hand {adj} (not under control, out of control)  :: hors de contrôle
out of one's league {prep} (too good or too expensive)  :: au-dessus de ses moyens
out of order {prep} (not functioning properly)  :: hors-service, en panne
out of order {prep} (out of normal sequence)  :: déclassé {m}
out of place {prep} (not in the proper situation)  :: déplacé
out of service {prep} (not available for use)  :: hors-service {m} {f}, H.S. {m} {f}
out of sight, out of mind {proverb} (something not nearby is forgotten)  :: loin des yeux, loin du cœur
out of the blue {prep} /aʊt ɒv ðə bluː/ (unexpectedly)  :: comme un cheveu sur la soupe (like a hair in the soup), comme un chien dans un jeu de quilles (like a dog in a bowling game)
out of the box {prep} /aʊt əv ðə bɑːks/ ((idiom) immediately, without intervention from the customer)  :: au déballage
out of the frying pan, into the fire {prep} (get from an already bad situation to a worse one)  :: aller de Charybde en Scylla (to go from Charybdis to Scylla)
out of the loop {prep}  :: hors du coup
out of the ordinary {prep} (unusual; not ordinary)  :: hors du commun
out of the question {adj} (not remotely possible)  :: hors de question, pas question
out of tune {prep} (not in correct musical pitch)  :: faux
out of wedlock {prep} (of parents not legally married)  :: hors mariage
out of work {adj} (unemployed) SEE: unemployed  ::
outpatient {n} (patient)  :: patient ambulatoire {m}
outpost {n} /ˈaʊtˌpoʊst/ (A military post)  :: avant-poste {m}
outpouring {n} (The sudden flowing of a large amount of something)  :: déversement
output {v} /ˈaʊtpʊt/ (produce or create)  :: produire
output {v} (send data to out of a computer)  :: exporter
outrage {n} /ˈaʊtɹeɪd͡ʒ/ (atrocity)  :: outrage {m}
outrage {n} (offensive, immoral or indecent act)  :: offense {f}
outrage {n} (anger)  :: colère {f}, rage {f}
outrage {v} (to cause or commit an outrage upon)  :: indigner
outrageous {adj} /aʊtˈɹeɪdʒəs/ (shocking)  :: outrageant, scandaleux
outreach {n} /ˈaʊtɹiːtʃ/ (extent)  :: portée {f}, étendue {f}
outreach {v}  :: sensibiliser
outrigger {n} ((nautical) beam that provides support for a mast)  :: tangon {m}, bôme {f}
outrigger {n} ((nautical) a float or pontoon)  :: balancier {m}
outrigger {n} ((nautical) an outrigger canoe)  :: pirogue à balancier {f}
outrigger {n} ((nautical) bracket for an oarlock)  :: porte-nage {m}
outrigger canoe {n} (a seagoing canoe)  :: pirogue à balancier {f}
outright {adv} /aʊtˈɹaɪt/ (wholly)  :: complètement
outright {adv} (openly)  :: ouvertement
outright {adv} (at once)  :: immédiatement
outrun {v} /ˈaʊtɹʌn/ (run faster)  :: prendre de l'avance sur, distancer, prendre de vitesse, semer
outrun {v} (exceed)  :: dépasser
outset {n} /ˈaʊtsɛt/ (initial stage of something)  :: début {m}
outside {n} /ˈaʊtsaɪd/ (outer surface)  :: extérieur {m}
outside {adj} (pertaining to the outer surface or boundary)  :: extérieur {m}
outside {adj} (pertaining to beyond the outer boundary)  :: externe {m} {f}
outside {adv} (on or towards the outside)  :: hors, dehors
outside {adv} (outdoors)  :: dehors
outside {adv}  :: en dehors
outside {prep} (on the outside of)  :: hors de
outsider {n} /ˌaʊtˈsaɪdəɹ/ (someone excluded)  :: exclu {m}
outsider {n} (a newcomer)  :: nouveau venu {m}, étranger {m}, inconnu {m}
outsider {n} (a long shot)  :: outsider {m} {f}
outside world {n} (rest of the world outside of some closed environment)  :: monde extérieur {m}
outskirt {n} /ˈaʊtskɝt/ (periphery)  :: banlieue {f}
outskirts {n} (the edges or areas around a city or town)  :: banlieue {f}
outsmart {v} (to beat in a competition of wits)  :: être / se montrer plus malin que
outsource {v} /ˈaʊtˌsɔɹs/ (transfer of business to a third party)  :: externaliser, sous-traiter
outsourcing {n} (transfer business)  :: externalisation {f}, sous-traitance {f}, impartition {f} [Québec], outsourcing {m}
outspoken {adj} (speaking, or spoken, freely, openly, or boldly; vocal)  :: franc
outstanding {adj} (standing out from others)  :: exceptionnel {m}, exceptionnelle {f}; remarquable {m}{f}
outstanding {adj} (distinguished from others by its superiority)  :: exceptionnel {m}, exceptionnelle {f}; remarquable {m}{f}, hors pair {m} {f}
outstanding {adj} (projecting outwards)  :: saillant {m}
outstanding {adj} (not settled or finished)  :: en suspens {m} {f}
outstanding {adj} (owed as a debt)  :: débiteur {m}
outstandingly {adv} (in an outstanding manner)  :: remarquablement
outstrip {v} (to outrun or leave behind)  :: devancer
outstrip {v} (to exceed, excel or surpass)  :: devancer
outward {adv} /ˈaʊt.wɚd/ (toward the outside; away from the centre)  :: vers l'extérieur
outwit {v} /aʊtˈwɪt/ (to beat in a battle of wits)  :: être plus malin
outwit {v} (outsmart) SEE: outsmart  ::
outwith {prep} /aʊtwɪð/ (outside; beyond; outside of)  :: hors
ouvrierism {n} ((communism) the glorification of manual laborers)  :: ouvrierisme
ouzo {n} /ˈuːzəʊ/ (drink)  :: ouzo {m}
oval {n} /ˈoʊvəl/ (shape like an egg or ellipse)  :: ovale {m}
oval {adj} (oval-shaped)  :: ovale
Oval Office {prop} (office of the President of the United States)  :: Bureau ovale {m}
ovarian {adj} /oʊˈvɛɹi.ən/ (Relating to the ovaries)  :: ovarien
ovary {n} /ˈoʊvəɹi/ (female organ)  :: ovaire {m}
ovary {n} (botanical organ)  :: ovaire {m}
ovation {n} /oʊˈveɪʃən/ (prolonged enthusiastic applause)  :: ovation {f}
oven {n} /ˈʌ.vn̩/ (chamber used for baking or heating)  :: four {m}
oven glove {n} (glove designed to carry hot oven trays)  :: gant de four {m}
oven mitt {n} (oven glove) SEE: oven glove  ::
ovenproof {adj} (able to be used in an oven)  :: allant au four
over {adj} /ˈoʊ.vɚ/ (ended)  :: fini, terminé
over {adv} (again)  :: encore, re-
over {prep} (physical positioning: on top of; above)  :: sur
over {prep} (physical positioning: across or spanning)  :: au-delà
over {prep} (math: divided by)  :: sur
over {prep}  :: sur, au dessus de
over {interj} (end of sentence in radio communication)  :: à vous, terminé
over- {prefix} /ˈoʊvɚ/ (above or higher)  :: sur-
overall {adj} (all-encompassing)  :: global, total
overall {adv} (generally)  :: en général
overall {n} (protective garment worn over clothing)  :: blouse {f}, combinaison, salopette {f}
overalls {n} /ovəɹˈɑlz/ (loose fitting garment worn over regular clothes to protect them)  :: combinaison {f}
overalls {n} (loose fitting pair of pants with a bib)  :: salopette {f}
over and above {adv} (supplementary)  :: en sus
over and above {prep} (in addition to)  :: en sus de
over and over {adv} (repeatedly)  :: à plusieurs reprises, plusieurs fois, maintes fois
overbearing {adj} (overly bossy or domineering)  :: dominateur, despotique
overboard {adv} /ˈəʊvə(ɹ)ˌbɔː(ɹ)d/ (over the edge, off a boat)  :: par-dessus bord
overbook {v} (to sell inexistant seats)  :: overbooker
overbooking {n} (selling more seats than are available)  :: surréservation {f}
overcapitalize {v} (capitalize beyond sustainability)  :: surcapitaliser
overcast {adj} /ˈoʊvɚ.kæst/ (covered with clouds; overshadowed; darkened)  :: nuageux, couvert
overcast {adj} (meteorological term)  :: couvert
overcharge {v} (to charge more than correct amount)  :: surcharger
overcoat {n} /ˈoʊvəɹkoʊt/ (garment)  :: pardessus {m}, manteau {m}
overcome {v} /oʊvəɹˈkəm/ (surmount, get the better of)  :: vaincre, surmonter
overcome {v} (to overwhelm with emotions)  :: envahir
overcook {v} (cook for too long)  :: surcuire
overcrowded {adj} (Containing too many occupants)  :: surpeuplé, bondé, surchargé
overdetermined {adj} (of linear equations)  :: surdéterminé
overdo {v} /ˌoʊ.vəɹˈdu/ (to do too much of something)  :: en faire trop
overdo {v} (to cook too much)  :: trop cuire
overdose {n} (excessive and dangerous dose of a drug)  :: surdose {f}, surdosage {m}, overdose {f}
overdose {v} (to dose excessively)  :: surdoser
overdraft {n} /ˈoʊvɚdɹæft/ (act of overdrawing a bank account)  :: découvert {m}
overdraft {n} (amount overdrawn)  :: découvert {m}
overdraught {n} (overdraft) SEE: overdraft  ::
overdrive {n} (A gear on an automobile)  :: surmultipliée {f}
overdrive {n} (A state of heightened activity)  :: surrégime {m}
overdue {adj} /ˌoʊ.vəɹˈdu/ (Late; especially, past a deadline or too late to fulfill a need)  :: en retard
over easy {prep} (fried on both sides)  :: [Quebec] tourné
overeat {v} /ˌoʊvɚˈit/ (eat too much)  :: trop manger, se suralimenter
overestimate {v} (to judge too highly)  :: surestimer
overestimated {v} (overrated) SEE: overrated  ::
overexploitation {n} (excessive and damaging exploitation)  :: surexploitation {f}
overexposed {adj} (exposed too much)  :: surexposé
overfeed {v} (too feed too much to)  :: suralimenter
overflow {n} /ˈəʊvəˌfləʊ/ (spillage)  :: débordement {m}
overflow {v} (to fill beyond the limits of)  :: déborder
overflow {v}  :: déborder, transborder, s'épancher
overflow hole {n} (hole that prevents overflowing)  :: trop-plein {m}
overflow pool {n} (type of swimming pool)  :: piscine à débordement {f}
overhand knot {n} (knot)  :: nœud d'arrêt {m}
overhang {v} /ˈoʊvəɹˌhæŋ/ (hang over)  :: surplomber
overhaul {n} /ˈəʊvəˌhɔːl/ (a major repair, remake, renovation, or revision)  :: remise à neuf {f}
overhead {n} /ˈəʊvəˌhɛd/ (expense of a business not directly assigned to goods or services provided)  :: frais généraux {m-p}
overhead fan {n} (ceiling fan) SEE: ceiling fan  ::
overhead kick {n} (kick)  :: retourné acrobatique {m}, retourné {m}
overhead projector {n} (projector that projects an image over the heads of the viewers onto a screen)  :: rétroprojecteur {m}
overheat {v} (overheat) SEE: burn  ::
overheat {v} /ˌoʊvɚˈhit/  :: échauffer
over here {adv} (in this place)  :: ici, par ici
Overijssel {prop} (province of the Netherlands)  :: Overijssel
overjoyed {adj} /ˌoʊvɚˈdʒɔɪd/ (very happy)  :: ravi, enchanté
overkill {n} /ˈoʊvɚˌkɪl/ (an unnecessary excess of something (idiomatic))  :: surpuissance, excès
overlap {v} /ˌəʊvəˈlæp/ (to extend over and partly cover something)  :: chevaucher
overlap {v} (to have an area, range, character or function in common)  :: se chevaucher
overlap {v} (Used of sets that have some elements in common)  :: avoir une intersection commune avec
overlap {v} (have DNA parts in common)  :: se chevaucher
overlapping {adj} (pertaining to things which overlap)  :: chevauchant, recouvrant
overlay {v} (overwhelm) SEE: overwhelm  ::
overlearn {v} /əʊvəˈləːn/ (learn more than necessary)  :: surapprendre, sur-apprendre
overliquidity {n}  :: surliquidité {f}
overload {v} (to load excessively)  :: surcharger
overload {v} (to create different functions for the same name)  :: surcharger
overloading {n} /ˈoʊ.vɚlō-diŋ/ (type of polymorphism)  :: surcharge {f}
overloading {n} (transport)  :: surcharge {f}
overlook {n} /ˈoʊvəɹ.lʊk/ (vista or point)  :: vue {f}, panorama {m}
overlook {v} (to look down upon from a place that is over or above)  :: surplomber
overlook {v} (hence: to supervise; to watch over; sometimes, to observe secretly)  :: surveiller, superviser
overlook {v} (to inspect; to examine; to look over carefully or repeatedly)  :: surveiller, superviser
overlook {v} (to look upon with an evil eye; to bewitch by looking upon; to fascinate)  :: négliger, prendre à la légère
overlook {v} (to fail to notice; to look over and beyond (anything) without seeing it)  :: négliger, louper
overlook {v} (to pretend not to have noticed; to pass over without censure or punishment)  :: passer outre
overly {adv} (to an excessive degree)  :: trop, excessivement
overmorrow {adv} (on the day after tomorrow) SEE: day after tomorrow  ::
overmorrow {n} (day after tomorrow) SEE: day after tomorrow  ::
over my dead body {prep} (absolutely not)  :: pas de mon vivant, moi vivant, jamais
overnight {adv} (in a very short amount of time)  :: du jour au lendemain
overnight {adj} (during a single night)  :: nocturne
overnight {n} (overnight stay)  :: nuitée {f}
overnourished {adj} (overweight) SEE: overweight  ::
overnutrition {n} /ˌəʊvə(ɹ)njuːˈtɹɪʃən/ (malnutrition in which nutrients are oversupplied)  :: suralimentation {f}
overpass {n} (A section of a road or path that crosses over an obstacle, especially another road, railway, etc)  :: autopont {m}, pont autoroutier {m}
overpay {v} /oʊ.vɚ.peɪ/ (to pay too much)  :: surpayer
overplay {v}  :: exagérer, surestimer
overpopulate {v} (fill with too many individuals)  :: surpeupler
overpopulation {n} /ˌoʊvɚˌpɑpjəˈleɪʃ(ə)n/ (when the number of occupants of an area exceeds the ability of that area to provide for the occupants)  :: surpopulation {f}
overpower {v} (overpower) SEE: compel  ::
overpower {v} /oʊ.vɚˈpaʊ̯.ɚ/ (subdue someone by superior force)  :: soumettre
overpriced {adj} (priced higher than what it is really worth)  :: surévalué
overproduction {n} (the production of more of a commodity than can be used or sold)  :: surproduction {f}
overrate {v} (to esteem too highly)  :: surévaluer, surestimer, surfaire
overrated {adj} (rated too highly)  :: surfait, surestimé
overreact {v} (react too much or too intensely)  :: s'emporter, surréagir, exagérer
overrepresentation {n} (the condition of being overrepresented)  :: surreprésentation {f}
override {v} /oʊvəˈɹaɪd/ (to ride across or beyond something)  :: outrepasser
override {v} (to counteract the normal operation of something)  :: outrepasser
override {v} ((software) To define a new behaviour of a method)  :: redéfinir
overriding {n}  :: redéfinition {f}
overripen {v} (to ripen too much; to become overripe)  :: blettir
overruff {v} (ruff with a higher trump)  :: surcouper
overrun {v} /oʊvəˈɹʌn/  :: exceder
overseas {adj} /ˌoʊvɚˈsiːz/ (across a sea)  :: outre-mer
overseas {adv} (abroad)  :: à l'étranger
overseas {adv} (across a sea)  :: outre-mer
overseas Chinese {n} (Huaqiao)  :: chinois d'outre-mer {m}, huaqiao
overseas territory {n} (country or smaller territory)  :: territoire d'outre-mer {m}, TOM {m}
oversee {v} /əʊvə(ɹ)siː/ (to supervise, guide, review or direct the actions of a person or group)  :: superviser
oversee {v}  :: superviser
overseer {n} /ˈəʊvəˌsiːə(ɹ)/ (one who oversees)  :: contremaître {m}, chef
overshadow {v} /ˌoʊ.vɚˈʃæd.oʊ/ (to cast a shadow over something)  :: ombrager
overshadow {v} (to dominate something and make it seem insignificant)  :: éclipser (la gloire, une personne)
oversight {n} (omission)  :: oubli {m}
oversize {adj} (Larger than normal)  :: surdimensionné
oversize {v} (To exceed in size)  :: surdimensionner
oversleep {v} /ˈəʊvəɹˌsliːp/ (to sleep for longer than planned)  :: trop dormir
oversteer {n}  :: survirage {m}
overtake {v} /oʊvɚˈteɪk/ (to pass a more slowly moving object)  :: dépasser, doubler
over-the-counter {adj} (pharmacy: not requiring a prescription)  :: en vente libre
over-the-counter {adj} (direct interaction between two parties without an intermediary)  :: de gré à gré
over the moon {prep} (delighted, thrilled)  :: ravi
over there {adv} (in that place)  :: là-bas,
overthrow {v} /oʊ.vɚ.ˈθɹoʊ/ (bring about downfall)  :: renverser, déposer
over time {prep} (with respect to the passage of time)  :: avec le temps
overtime {n} /ˈoʊvɚˌtaɪm/ (worktime)  :: heures supplémentaires {f-p}
overtime {n} (extra period in sports)  :: prolongation {f}
overtly {adv} (openly)  :: ouvertement
overtone {n} /ˈoʊvɚtoʊn/ (harmonic)  :: partiel {m}
overtone {n} (implicit meaning)  :: sous-entendu {m}, connotation {f}
overtrump {v} (To play a higher trump card) SEE: overruff  ::
overture {n} /ˈoʊvəɹtʃəɹ/ (musical introduction)  :: ouverture {f}
overturn {v} (to turn over, capsize)  :: renverser, retourner, capoter
overturn {v} (to overthrow)  :: renverser
overturn {v} (legal: to reverse, overrule)  :: casser
overuse {v} /ˌoʊvɚˈjuːz/ (To use too much of)  :: surutiliser
overuse {n} (excessive use)  :: surutilisation {f}
overused {adj} (used too much)  :: abusé
overused {adj} (hackneyed, cliché)  :: usé
overview {n} (brief summary, as of a book or a presentation)  :: vue d'ensemble, résumé, synthèse
overvoltage {n} (difference in potential)  :: survoltage {m} , surtension {f}
overweening {adj} /əʊvəˈwiːnɪŋ/ (over-confident)  :: confiant, arrogant
overweight {adj} /ˌoʊvɚˈweɪt/ (of a person, heavier than is healthy)  :: en surpoids
overwhelm {v} /ˌoʊvɚˈʍɛlm/ (overpower emotionally)  :: accabler, déborder
overwhelm {v}  :: accabler, dépasser , combler, abreuver
overwhelming {adj} (overpowering)  :: accablant
overwork {n} /ˈoʊvɚˌwɝk/ (excessive work)  :: surmenage {m}
overworked {adj} (subjected to too much work)  :: débordé, surmené
overwrite {v} (destroy old data)  :: écraser
Ovid {prop} (Roman poet)  :: Ovide {m}
Ovidian {adj} (of Ovid)  :: ovidien {m}
oviduct {n} (duct through which an ovum passes)  :: oviducte {m}
ovine {adj} (of or relating to sheep)  :: ovin {m}, ovine {f}
ovine {n} (a sheep)  :: ovin {m}
oviparous {adj} /oʊˈvɪpəɹəs/ (egg laying)  :: ovipare
ovoid {adj} (shaped like an oval)  :: ovoïde
ovoviviparous {adj} /ˌoʊvoʊvɪˈvɪpəɹəs/ (pertaining to animals whose eggs hatch inside their body)  :: ovovivipare
ovulate {v} (produce eggs or ova)  :: ovuler
ovulation {n} /ɑvjəˈleɪʃ(ə)n/ (release of an ovum from the ovary)  :: ovulation {f}
ovum {n} /ˈoʊ.vəm/ (gamete)  :: ovule {m}
owe {v} /oʊ/ (to be under an obligation)  :: devoir
owe {v} (to be in debt)  :: devoir
Owenism {n}  :: owénisme {m}
Owenist {adj}  :: owéniste
Owenist {n}  :: owéniste {m}
owe someone one {v} (be indebted to someone)  :: devoir une fière chandelle
owing to {prep} (because of)  :: en raison de
owl {n} /aʊl/ (a bird)  :: hibou {m}, chouette {f}
owlet {n} (a young owl)  :: jeune hibou {m}, [with tufted ears] jeune chouette {f}
owlet moth {n} (moth of family Noctuidae)  :: noctuelle {f}
own {v} (defeat) SEE: defeat  ::
own {v} /ˈoʊn/ (have rightful possession of)  :: posséder, avoir
own {adj} (belonging to (determiner))  :: [used before the noun] propre {m} {f}
owner {n} /ˈoʊnɚ/ (one who owns)  :: propriétaire {m}
ownership {n} (legal status)  :: possession, propriété
own goal {n} (goal scored by player against their own team)  :: but contre son camp {m}
own up {v} (to confess)  :: confesser, admettre
ox {n} /ˈɑks/ (an adult castrated male of cattle)  :: bœuf {m}
ox {n} (any bovine animal used as a beast of burden)  :: bœuf {m}
oxalate {n} (salt or ester of oxalic acid)  :: oxalate {m}
oxalemia {n} (presence of oxalic acid in the blood)  :: oxalémie
oxalic {adj} /ɑkˈsælɪk/ (of or pertaining to oxalic acid)  :: oxalique
oxalic acid {n} (the dicarboxylic acid (ethandioic acid))  :: acide oxalique {m}
oxbow lake {n} (crescent-shaped lake)  :: bras mort
oxcart {n} (cart drawn by ox)  :: charette à bœufs {f}
oxer {n} (type of horse jump)  :: oxer {m}
oxeye daisy {n} (flower)  :: marguerite {f}
Oxford {prop} /ˈɒksfəd/ (city)  :: Oxford
Oxford {prop} (university)  :: l’université d’Oxford {f}
Oxford shoe {n} (style of shoe)  :: Richelieu, richelieu
oxidant {n} (oxidizing agent)  :: oxydant {m}
oxidase {n} (oxidase enzyme)  :: oxydase {f}
oxidation {n} (combination of a substance with oxygen)  :: oxydation {f}
oxidation {n} (chemical reaction)  :: oxydation {f}
oxidative {adj} (Relating to oxidation)  :: oxydatif
oxide {n} /ˈɒksaɪd/ (binary compound of oxygen)  :: oxyde {m}
oxidization {n} (oxidation) SEE: oxidation  ::
oxidize {v} (to combine with oxygen)  :: oxyder
oxtail {n} (meat from the tail of a cow)  :: queue de bœuf {f}
oxyacetylenic {adj}  :: oxyacétylénique
oxycodone {n} (powerful opioid analgesic)  :: oxycodone
oxygen {n} /ˈɒksɪdʒən̩/ (chemical element)  :: oxygène {m}
oxygenate {v} (infuse with oxygen)  :: oxygéner
oxygenation {n} (process of treating something with oxygen)  :: oxygénation
oxygenator {n} (device that releases oxygen into water)  :: oxygénateur {m}
oxygen mask {n} (mask through with oxygen may be breathed)  :: masque à oxygène {f}
oxygen therapy {n} (therapeutic administration of oxygen)  :: oxygénothérapie {f}
oxymoron {n} /ˌɑksiˈmɔɹɑn/ (figure of speech)  :: oxymore {m}, keekeeli {p}
oxymoron {n} (contradiction in terms) SEE: contradiction in terms  ::
oxytocic {adj} /ˌɑksiˈtɑsɪk/ (serving to promote uterine contractions)  :: ocytocique
oxytocin {n} /ɑksiˈtoʊsɪn/ (hormone)  :: ocytocine
oxytone {adj} /ˈɑksɪˌtoʊn/ (oxytone)  :: oxyton {m}
oyster {n} /ˈɔɪ.stə(ɹ)/ (mollusk, see also: clam; mollusc; mussel)  :: huître {f}, huitre {f} [post-1990 spelling]
oyster {n} (food)  :: sot-l’y-laisse
oystercatcher {n} /ˈɔɪstə.ˌkætʃə/ (bird)  :: huîtrier {m}
oyster mushroom {n} (Pleurotus ostreatus)  :: pleurote en huître {m}
oz {n} (ounce)  :: oz
ozone {n} (O3)  :: ozone {m}
ozone hole {n} (region of the stratosphere over Antarctica that is depleted of ozone in the local spring)  :: trou dans la couche d'ozone {m}
ozone layer {n} (a region of the stratosphere)  :: couche d'ozone {f}, ozone {m}