User:Matthias Buchmeier/fr-en-d

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d {letter} :: letter
{m} :: what is owed, money's worth
d' {prep} [before a vowel or a mute h] :: apocopic form of de: of
{m} :: die (dice)
{m} :: diced slice (of meat)
{m} :: thimble
{m} :: letter: d
dé- {prefix} :: used to make antonyms (similar to English prefixes un-, dis-)
D10 {abbr} [dice games] :: d10
D12 {abbr} [dice games] :: d12
D20 {abbr} [dice games] :: d20
D4 {abbr} [dice games] :: d4
D6 {abbr} [dice games] :: d6
D8 {abbr} [dice games] :: d8
DAB {initialism} :: distributeur automatique de billetsautomatic teller machine (ATM), cash machine, cashpoint
d'abord {adv} :: first, at first, right away
d'abord {adv} :: primarily
d'abord {adv} :: for one thing
d'abord {adv} :: Used to add annoyed emphasis, particularly to a refusal
d'abord {adv} [archaic or regional] :: Immediately
d'abord {adv} [Québec] :: in that case, then, if that is so
d'abord et avant tout {adv} :: first and foremost (primarily; most importantly)
d'abord que {prep} [archaic or regional] :: as soon as
d'abord que {prep} [regional] :: as long as, since
dac {interj} :: OK!, sure!
d'acc {interj} [colloquial] :: agreed, alright, OK
d'accord {adv} :: agreed
d'accord {interj} :: sure!, OK!, of course!, naturally!
dacryocyste {m} [anatomy] :: dacryocyst
d'actualité {adj} :: current, topical
dactyle {m} :: dactyl (poetical foot of three syllables)
dactyle {m} :: cocksfoot
dactylique {adj} [prosody, poetry] :: dactylic
dactylo {mf} :: typist
dactylo {mf} [by extension] :: secretary
dactylo {f} :: typing; dactylography
dactylogramme {m} :: dactylogram, fingerprint
dactylographe {mf} [dated] :: Secretary
dactylographie {f} :: typing
dactylographier {v} :: to type
dactylologie {f} :: dactylology
dactylologie {f} :: sign language
dactyloscopie {f} :: dactyloscopy
dada {m} [childish] :: horse
dada {m} :: hobby horse
dadais {m} :: clumsy child, awkward youth ; an oaf
dadaïsme {m} :: dadaism (cultural movement)
dadaïste {mf} :: Dadaist
dadaïste {adj} :: Dadaist
dadyle {f} [organic chemistry] :: dadyl
Daech {prop} :: Daesh (ISIS/ISIL/Islamic State)
d'affilée {adv} :: in a row; consecutively
dague {f} [historical] :: dagger (of the Middle Ages)
dague {f} [zoology] :: spike (of deer etc.)
daguerréotype {m} [photography] :: daguerreotype (type of photograph)
daguerréotype {m} :: (photography) daguerreotypy (method of producing these photographs)
daguerréotyper {v} [photography] :: to daguerreotype
daguerréotypie {f} [photography] :: daguerreotypy
daguet {m} :: brocket (young stag)
dahir {m} :: A decree issued by the king of Morocco
dahline {f} [organic chemistry] :: dahlin
dahoméen {adj} :: Dahomeyan
Dahoméen {m} :: Dahomeyan
Dahoméenne {f} :: feminine noun of Dahoméen
Daigneault {prop} :: surname
daigner {v} :: to deign, condescend
Daillencourt {prop} :: surname
d'ailleurs {adv} :: See: de ailleurs
d'ailleurs {adv} :: besides, furthermore, moreover, what’s more
daim {m} :: fallow deer
daim {m} [in general] :: deer
daim {m} :: buck
daim {m} :: buckskin, doeskin; suede
daimyo {m} [historical] :: daimyo
daine {f} :: fallow doe (female deer)
daiquiri {m} :: daiquiri
dais {m} :: dais
dakarois {adj} :: of or relating to Dakar
Dakarois {m} :: person from Dakar
Dakaroise {f} :: feminine noun of Dakarois
dalaï-lama {m} [Buddhism] :: Dalai Lama
dalécarlien {m} :: The Elfdalian language
Dalencourt {prop} :: surname
Dalila {prop} {f} [Biblical character] :: Delilah (mistress of Samson)
Dalila {prop} {f} :: given name
dalinien {adj} :: Daliesque
dallage {m} :: paving (on the pavement, etc...)
dalle {f} :: slab, flagstone
daller {v} :: to pave with slabs
dalmate {adj} :: Dalmatian (of or pertaining to Dalmatia)
dalmate {m} :: Dalmatian (extinct language)
Dalmatie {prop} {f} :: Dalmatia
dalmatien {adj} :: Dalmatian
dalmatien {m} :: dalmatian (dog)
dalmatienne {f} :: feminine noun of dalmatien
dalmatique {f} :: dalmatic
DALO {m} :: acronym of droit au logement opposable: redeemable right to housing
dalot {m} [nautical] :: scupper
dalot {m} [bowling] :: gutter
daltonien {adj} :: colour-blind
daltonisme {m} :: daltonism (red-green color blindness)
daltoniste {mf} :: daltonist
dam {m} [obsolete except in phrases] :: damage
dam {m} [religion] :: damnation
daman {m} :: hyrax (any species of the order Hyracoidea)
Damas {prop} :: Damascus
damascène {adj} :: Damascene
damascène {mf} :: damascene (pigeon)
damasquin {adj} :: damascene
damasquinage {m} :: damascening
damasquiner {v} :: To damascene
damasquineur {m} :: "damascener"
damassé {m} :: The fabric damassé, which is woven figured like damask
damasser {v} :: "to damask, to work damask-like"
damasseur {m} :: "damask-weaver, damask-worker"
damassure {f} :: "damasking, damask-work"
déambulateur {m} :: Zimmer frame, walker
déambulation {f} :: stroll, strolling
déambuler {v} :: to stroll, to walk around, to amble
dame {f} :: A lady
dame {f} :: A polite form of address for a woman
dame {f} [chess] :: queen
dame {f} [card games] :: queen
dame blanche {f} [Belgium] :: a type of dessert resembling the sundae
dame d'attendre {f} :: lady-in-waiting
dame d'honneur {f} :: maid of honor/matron of honor, lady-in-waiting
damedieu {m} :: God Almighty
dame-jeanne {f} :: demijohn (bottle)
dame patronnesse {f} :: patroness
damer {vt} [chess] :: to queen (transform a pawn into a queen, by advancing it to the opponent's side of the board)
damer {vt} [checkers] :: to crown, to king
damer {vt} :: to pat down, to pat, pack down
damer {vt} :: to groom (snow)
Damien {prop} :: given name, cognate to Damian
damier {m} :: draughtboard (UK), checkerboard (US)
déamination {f} [chemistry] :: deamination
damma {m} :: damma
damnablement {adv} :: damnably
damnation {f} :: Damnation
damner {v} :: to damn (to condemn as unfit etc.)
damoiseau {m} [archaic] :: young man
damoiselle {f} [archaic] :: (noble) lady
damoiselle {f} [historical] :: damsel
d'Amour {prop} :: d'Amour; surname
dan {m} :: dan
dance {f} :: dance music
Dancourt {prop} :: surname
dandin {m} :: buffoon, idiot
dandinement {m} :: waddling
dandiner {v} [colloquial] :: to waddle (about), to toddle, to dander
dandysme {m} :: dandyism
danegeld {m} :: Danegeld
Danemark {prop} {m} :: Denmark
Dang {prop} :: surname
danger {m} :: danger
danger {m} :: jeopardy (danger of loss, harm, or failure)
dangereusement {adv} :: dangerously
dangereux {adj} :: dangerous
dangerosité {f} :: dangerousness
Danglars {prop} [rare] :: given name
Daniel {prop} {m} :: Daniel (biblical book and prophet)
Daniel {prop} {m} :: given name
Danielle {prop} {f} :: given name, feminine form of Daniel
Danien {prop} {m} :: Danian period
Danièle {prop} :: given name, feminine form of Daniel
danois {m} :: Danish, the Danish language
danois {adj} :: Danish
Danois {m} :: Dane, someone from Denmark
danoise {f} [Quebec] :: danish
Danoise {f} :: feminine noun of Danois
dans {prep} :: in (inside)
dans {prep} :: in, into (from outside, to inside)
dans {prep} :: in, within (a longer period of time)
dans {prep} :: out of, from
dans {prep} [with respect to time] :: during
dansant {adj} :: dancing
danse {f} :: dance
danse du ventre {f} :: belly dance
danse macabre {f} [arts] :: danse macabre
danser {vit} :: to dance
danseur {m} :: (male) dancer
danseuse {f} :: (female) dancer
dans l'absolu {adv} [colloquial] :: per se, in and of itself, as such
dans la foulée {phrase} :: while you're at it, at the same time
dans la foulée {phrase} :: within the bounds [de=of]
dans la foulée {phrase} :: in the wake [de=of]
dans la foulée {phrase} :: not outside the bounds of
dans la mesure où {conj} :: inasmuch as, insofar as
dans la même veine {adv} [figuratively] :: in the same vein
dans le besoin {adj} :: in need, indigent, poor, penniless
dans le coup {adj} :: in the loop
dans le coup {adj} :: fashionable
dans le courant de {prep} :: in the course of
dans le mille {adv} [colloquial] :: in the bullseye, right on target
dans le même temps {adv} [idiomatic] :: at the same time, at once, simultaneously
dans le même temps {adv} [idiomatic] :: on the other hand, at the same time, then again
dans les clous {adv} :: on a pedestrian crossing
dans les faits {adv} :: in practice
dans le temps {adv} :: in the old days, back in the days, in the past
dans l'immédiat {adv} [colloquial] :: right now, at the moment, for the moment, for the time being
dans son assiette {adj} [idiomatic] :: at home, at ease
dans tes rêves {phrase} :: in your dreams
dans un cas comme dans l'autre {adv} :: either way
dans un premier temps {adv} :: first, initially, at first
dans un sens {adv} [colloquial] :: in a way
dantesque {adj} :: Dantesque (of, pertaining to, or in the style of Dante; characterized by a formal, elevated tone and somber focus.)
Danton {prop} {mf} :: surname
dantoniste {mf} :: Dantonist
Danube {prop} {m} [geography] :: Danube (river of Europe)
danubien {adj} :: Danube (attributive), Danubian
Dany {prop} :: given name
daphné {m} :: daphne
Daphné {prop} {f} :: given name
daphnéine {f} [organic chemistry] :: daphnin
d'après {prep} :: according to (in the opinion of)
d'après {prep} :: after, following (a model); correspondingly, in accordance with
Daquin {prop} :: a patronymic surname
daïra {f} [Algeria] :: A subdivision of a wilaya in Algeria
darbouka {f} :: darbuka
dard {m} [military, obsolete] :: javelin, spear
dard {m} :: sting (of an animal)
dard {m} :: prickle, spine (of a plant)
dard {m} :: dart (small metal object used in the game of darts)
dard {m} [slang] :: cock, dick
Dardanelles {prop} {fp} :: Dardanelles
darder {v} :: to shoot (an arrow, look etc.)
darder {v} :: to point (up or out)
dare-dare {adv} [colloquial] :: double-quick
daredare {adv} :: alternative form of dare-dare
Darfour {prop} {m} :: Darfur
darija {mf} :: Darija
darique {f} :: daric
darmstadtium {m} :: darmstadtium
daron {m} [slang] :: old man (father)
daronne {f} [colloquial] :: mum, mom
d'arrache-pied {adv} :: flat-out
dartre {f} :: tetter (or similar skin condition)
dartreux {adj} :: herpetic
darwinien {adj} :: Darwinian
darwinisme {m} :: Darwinism
darwiniste {adj} :: Darwinist
das {m} [slang] :: AIDS
dashi {m} :: dashi
dasyproctidé {m} :: dasyproctid
dasyure {m} :: dasyure
database {f} [dated] :: database
datagramme {m} :: Datagram
datation {f} :: dating (action of determining the date of something)
datavisualisation {f} :: data visualization (statistical graphics)
dataviz {f} :: datavisualisation
datcha {f} :: dacha
date {f} :: date (point in time)
date butoir {f} :: deadline; cutoff date
date de naissance {f} :: birthdate
dater {v} :: to date, to add a date onto something
dater {v} :: to date [de from]
dateur {adj} :: date-indicating
datif {m} [grammar] :: the dative case
datiscine {f} [organic chemistry] :: datiscin
datolite {f} [mineral] :: datolite
datte {f} :: date (fruit)
dattier {m} :: date tree
daube {f} :: daube
daube {f} [slang] :: crap; crappiness (something of low quality)
dauber {v} [dated] :: to hit; to strike
dauber {v} [by extension] :: to insult; to denigrate; to defame
daubière {f} :: A traditional terracotta pot resembling a pitcher, with a concave lid, used to cook daube while keeping it moist
d'aucuns {pron} [literary] :: certain people, some
dauphin {m} :: dolphin
dauphin {m} [heraldiccharge] :: dolphin; the animal used as a charge
dauphin {m} :: successor, dauphin
dauphin {m} :: runner-up
Dauphin {prop} :: A commune in Alpes-de-Haute-Provence
dauphine {f} :: feminine noun of dauphin
dauphin à gros nez {m} :: synonym of grand dauphin
dauphinois {adj} :: Dauphinois, of or pertaining to Dauphiné
dauphinois {m} :: Dauphinois (the dialect)
daurade {f} :: alternative form of dorade
d'autant moins que {conj} :: all the less ... that, even less so because
d'autant plus {adv} :: even more; all the more
d'autant plus que {conj} :: all the more reason that, even more so because
d'autant que {conj} :: because of the fact that, since, as
davantage {adv} :: more
d'avec {contraction} :: from
d'aventure {adv} [literary] :: by chance
David {prop} {m} :: David (biblical figure)
David {prop} {m} :: given name of biblical origin
David {prop} {m} :: surname
davier {m} [dentistry] :: forceps
Davis {prop} :: surname
d'avoir {contraction} :: de + avoir
Davy {prop} {m} :: surname derived from David
Davy {prop} {m} :: given name of modern usage
débagouler {vt} :: to vomit, to sick up
débagouler {vt} [figuratively] :: to hurl (abuse etc.)
déballage {m} :: unpacking
déballement {m} :: unpacking
déballer {vt} :: to unpack, unwrap
déballonner {vr} :: to chicken out
débandade {f} :: stampede, rush
débandade {f} :: disarray
débandement {m} [military] :: disbandment
débander {vi} [vulgar] :: to lose an erection; to go soft
débanquer {v} :: To break the bank (at a casino)
débaptiser {vt} :: to remove a person from the parish register (expel them from the church)
débaptiser {vt} :: to rename
débarbouiller {vt} :: to wash (somebody's face)
débarbouiller {vp} :: to wash one's face
débarbouillette {f} [Quebec] :: facecloth
débarcadère {f} :: landing stage, jetty
débardage {m} :: The transportation of logs after being chopped down
débarder {v} :: to transport logs
débardeur {m} :: docker, longshoreman
débardeur {m} :: haulier (of logs etc)
débardeur {m} :: A type of carnival character
débardeur {m} :: sleeveless T-shirt, tank top
débardeuse {f} :: feminine singular of débardeur
débarquement {m} :: landing
débarquement {m} :: debarkation
débarquement {m} :: disembarking
débarquement {m} :: disembarkation, disembarkment
débarquer {vt} :: to unload (merchandise), land (troops, passengers)
débarquer {vt} [colloquial] :: to fire, sack
débarquer {vi} :: to disembark
débarquer {vi} [colloquial] :: to turn up, arrive (suddenly)
débarquer {vi} [colloquial, figuratively] :: to realize, to become aware of something
débarquer {v} [Louisiana French] :: to get out of a vehicle
débarras {m} :: storeroom
débarras {m} :: clearing, riddance
débarrassé {adj} :: cleared, removed
débarrasser {vt} :: to clear (a table, a desk etc.)
débarrasser {v} [de] :: to rid, relieve (someone of something)
débarrasser {vr} [de, .pronominal] :: to get rid, rid oneself of
débarrasser {v} [de, .pronominal] :: to remove, take off (piece of clothing)
débarrer {vt} :: to unbar (remove a bar from)
débat {m} :: debate
débattable {adj} :: debatable
débattre {v} :: to negotiate
débattre {v} :: ( + de / sur) to discuss, debate
débattre {vr} :: to struggle
débauchage {m} :: poaching
débauchage {m} :: laying off (of staff)
débauche {f} :: debauchery
débaucher {v} :: to make redundant, to lay off
débaucheur {m} :: debaucher, seducer
débaucheuse {f} :: feminine singular of débaucheur
débâcher {v} :: To remove the tarpaulin or other covering from the load on a lorry
débâcle {f} :: debacle
débâcler {vi} [of ice] :: to break up
débâcler {vi} [of a river] :: to lose the ice on the surface
débecqueter {v} :: alternative spelling of débequeter
débecter {v} [slang] :: to hurl, to spew (to vomit)
débequeter {v} [slang] :: To spew, to puke, to cat (to vomit)
débet {m} :: debit
débile {adj} [obsolete] :: weak
débile {adj} :: dumb, stupid
débilement {adv} :: stupidly
débilement {adv} :: despicably; lamentably
débilité {f} [psychology, medicine] :: debility, retardation
débilité {f} :: silliness, stupidity
débilitant {adj} :: debilitating
débilitation {f} :: debilitation, weakening
débiliter {v} :: to debilitate
débillardement {m} [carpentry] :: cutting diagonally
débillarder {v} [carpentry] :: to cut diagonally
débâillonner {vt} :: to ungag
débâillonner {vt} :: to uncensor
débiner {vt} :: to denigrate, run down
débismuthage {m} :: debismuthization
débit {m} [of water] :: flow, rate of flow
débit {m} [of production] :: output
débit {m} [accounting] :: debit
débit {m} [hydrology] :: discharge
débit {m} [telecommunications] :: bandwidth, throughput
débitage {m} :: chopping up (wood etc)
débitant {m} :: producer etc
débit de tabac {m} :: tobacconist's (shop that sells tobacco products)
débiter {vt} :: to sell continuously
débiter {vt} :: to turn out, produce (continuously)
débiter {vt} [of a speech, sermon, etc.] :: to recite, deliver
débiter {vt} :: to reel off, rattle off
débiter {vt} :: to sing quickly and in a lively manner
débiter {vt} [of news, lies, etc.] :: to spread
débiter {vt} [of a material] :: to cut, cut out (into a desired shape)
débiter {vt} [of wood] :: to chop (up), cut up (especially for firewood)
débiter {vt} :: to debit
débiteur {m} [finance] :: debtor
débitrice {f} :: feminine noun of débiteur
débitumer {v} :: To debituminize
débituminiser {v} :: To debituminize
déblai {m} :: clearing and levelling (of land)
déblai {m} :: excavation
déblaiement {m} :: clearing, clearing away
déblatérer {v} [colloquial] :: to rant about
déblatérer {v} [colloquial] :: to drivel, blather
déblayer {v} :: to clear, to clear away
déblocage {m} :: unblocking (action of unblocking something)
débloquer {vt} :: to unblock
débloquer {vt} :: to unlock (release, make available)
débloquer {vi} [colloquial] :: to be out of one's mind
débobiner {v} :: to unwind (to wind off), to unspool
débogage {m} :: debugging; action of debugging
déboguer {v} :: to debug
débogueur {m} :: debugger
déboire {m} [figuratively and literally] :: unpleasant aftertaste, bad taste
déboisement {m} :: deforestation
déboiser {v} :: to deforest
déboiter {v} :: alternative spelling of déboîter
débonder {vt} :: to unbung, uncork
débonder {vt} [figuratively] :: to pour out (one's heart)
débonder {vi} [of liquid] :: to pour out, flood out
débonder {vr} :: to become unbunged
débonder {vr} :: to lose liquid quickly
débonnaire {adj} :: kind; gentle, good
débonnaire {adj} [pejorative] :: weak-willed; soft
débonnairement {adv} :: good-naturedly
débonnaireté {f} :: good nature
Débora {prop} {f} [biblical character] :: Deborah (a judge of Israel)
Débora {prop} {f} :: given name; now more often spelled Déborah
Déborah {prop} {f} :: given name. The modern English style spelling of biblical Débora
débordé {adj} :: overworked, snowed under
débordant {adj} :: overflowing
débordant {adj} [military] :: outflanking
débordement {m} :: flooding
débordement {m} :: overflowing, overflow
débordement {m} :: overshooting (of weapon)
débordement {m} [tennis] :: passing (act of hitting the ball past a player who is at net)
déborder {v} :: to overflow (go over the brim)
déborder {v} [military] :: to overshoot (shoot too far); to outflank
déboîtement {m} :: dislocation
déboîter {vt} :: to take apart, disconnect (an assembled object)
déboîter {vtr} :: to dislocate
déboîter {vi} :: to move out of line
débotter {vt} :: to remove the boots of
débouché {m} [economics] :: market; outlet
débouché {m} :: job opportunity
débouché {m} :: mouth (of valley)
débouchage {m} :: uncorking
déboucher {vt} :: to unblock; to clear
déboucher {vt} :: to uncork (a bottle)
déboucher {vi} [figuratively] :: to culminate, to finish
déboucheur {m} :: drain cleaner
déboucler {vt} :: to unbuckle (a belt)
déboucler {vt} :: to undo curls
débouillir {v} :: To blanch (textiles)
débouler {v} :: to tumble down, fall down
débouler {v} :: to turn up, show up, drop in
déboulonner {vt} :: to unbolt
déboulonner {vt} :: to remove from office; to oust
débouquement {m} [navigation] :: narrow channel
débouquement {m} [navigation] :: disemboguement
débouquer {vi} [navigation] :: to disembogue
débourbage {m} :: clarification, settling (of wine)
débourrage {m} :: unblocking, unclogging
débours {m} :: outlay, outgoings
déboursement {m} :: disbursement
débourser {v} :: to pay out; disburse, shell out
déboussolé {adj} :: disoriented
déboussoler {vt} :: to disorientate
débouter {v} [legal] :: to dismiss
déboutonner {v} :: to unbutton
débraillé {adj} :: slovenly
débrailler {vr} :: to loosen one's clothing
débranchement {m} :: unplugging
débranchement {m} :: (of an alarm) turning off, switching off
débrancher {v} :: to unplug
débrancher {v} :: (of an alarm) To turn off, switch off
débraser {vt} :: to unsolder
débrayable {adj} :: (of part of a mechanism) Able to be disengaged
débrayage {m} :: declutching
débrayer {vi} :: to declutch; to disengage
débrayer {vi} :: to strike (of workers)
débreaker {v} [tennis] :: To break back (thus nullifying an opponent's break of service)
débridé {adj} :: unbridled
débridement {m} :: unbridling, unharnessing
débridement {m} :: lancing
débrider {v} :: to unbridle, to unharness
débrider {v} :: to jailbreak (a mobile phone)
débrider {v} :: to soup up a motor
débriefer {v} :: to debrief
débris {m} :: debris
débrûler {v} [obsolete, chemistry] :: to reduce
débrocher {v} :: to unspit
débrouillard {adj} :: resourceful, self-reliant, able to cope, crafty, wily
débrouillard {m} :: resourceful person, hustler
débrouillardise {f} :: resourcefulness, the ability to cope
débrouiller {v} :: to disentangle [threads]
débrouiller {vp} :: to get by; to manage; to bootstrap
débroussailler {v} :: to clear (land of brushwood)
débroussailler {v} :: to do the groundwork (on a problem etc.)
débroussailleuse {f} :: brushcutter, strimmer, string trimmer
débrutir {vt} :: "to clear off the rough; to polish (gems)"
débrutissement {m} :: "rough-polishing (of gems)"
débâter {v} :: To unsaddle
débucher {vi} [hunting] :: to start
débucher {vt} [hunting] :: to dislodge, to start
débucher {m} :: start
débullage {m} :: The removal of bubbles from a liquid
débusquer {v} [hunting] :: to drive out, smoke out, flush out
débusquer {v} :: to track down, sniff out (someone or something hiding or hidden)
début {m} :: start, beginning
débutant {m} :: debutant, newbie, beginner
débutant {adj} :: who is a beginner
début du fou {m} [chess] :: bishop's opening
débuter {v} :: to start
débuter {v} :: to debut, to make one's debut
début ouvert {m} [chess] :: open game
déca {m} [colloquial] :: decaf
déca- {prefix} :: deca-
DCA {initialism} :: défense contre les aéronefs "antiaircraft defence"
décacheter {vt} :: to unseal; to open [that which was sealed]
décadaire {adj} :: decadal (related to the decades of the Republican calendar)
décade {f} :: period of ten days (such as the week in the French Republican Calendar)
décade {f} :: decade
décadence {f} :: decadence
décadent {adj} :: decadent
décadent {adj} :: declining
décadentisme {m} :: decadence
décadi {m} [historical] :: The tenth day of the decade (ten-day week) in the French Republican Calendar
décaèdre {m} :: decahedron
décadrer {v} :: to unframe
décaféiné {adj} :: decaffeinated
décaféiné {m} :: decaffeinated coffee, decaf
décaféination {f} :: decaffeination
décaféiner {vt} :: to decaffeinate
décagonal {adj} :: decagonal
décagone {m} :: decagon
décagramme {m} :: decagram / decagramme
décaillage {m} :: decurdling (in cheesemaking)
décaisser {v} :: to pay out
décakatal {m} :: decakatal
décalé {adj} :: surprising
décalage {m} :: gap, discrepancy
décalage {m} [astronomy, technology] :: shift, offset
décalage {m} :: time shifting (practice of recording a broadcast for later watching or listening)
décalage horaire {m} :: timezone difference
décalage horaire {m} :: jet lag
décalage vers le rouge {m} [physics, astronomy] :: redshift
décalaminer {vt} :: to decoke; to decarbonize
décalcification {f} :: decalcification
décalcifier {v} :: to decalcify, to remove the calcium from
décalcomanie {f} :: decalcomania (the process of transferring designs onto surfaces using decals)
décaler {v} :: to unload (a ship)
décaler {v} :: to bring forward, put back (a meeting etc.)
décaler {v} :: to stagger (a shift)
décaler {v} [soccer] :: to set up
décalogue {m} :: alternative form of Décalogue
Décalogue {prop} {m} :: Decalogue, Ten Commandments
décalotter {v} :: to pull back the foreskin
décalquer {vt} :: to trace, transfer [a design]
décamper {vi} :: to decamp
décamper {vi} :: to clear off, buzz off, hop it
décaméride {f} :: decameride
décamètre {m} :: decametre/decameter
décamétrique {adj} :: decametric
décan {m} [astrology] :: decan, ten days
décanat {m} :: deanship (in university)
décane {m} [organic compound] :: decane
décanoïque {adj} [organic chemistry] :: decanoic
décantation {f} :: decantation
décanter {vt} :: to decant
décanteur {m} :: decanter
décaoxyde {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: decaoxide
décapage {m} :: scouring, stripping (material from a surface)
décapant {m} :: paint stripper
décapant {adj} :: stripping
décapant {adj} :: caustic
décaper {vt} :: to scour; to strip [paint, etc., from a surface]
décapitalisation {f} :: decapitalization
décapitaliser {v} :: to take capital status away from a city; to make a city not a capital anymore
décapitation {f} :: decapitation or beheading, the act of decapitating or beheading
décapiter {v} :: to decapitate, to behead
décapiter {v} :: to cut the top off (e.g. a tree)
décapiteur {m} :: beheader or decapitator, someone who beheads or decapitates
décapode {adj} :: decapod
décapode {m} :: decapod
Décapole {prop} :: Decapolis
décapotable {adj} :: convertible
décapotable {f} :: convertible (automobile)
décapoter {vt} :: to put down the soft top / hood of a convertible (car)
décapsuler {v} :: to take or remove the lid or top off something, uncap; open the cap of a bottle
décapsuleur {m} :: bottle opener
décapuchonner {v} :: To remove a hood
décapuchonner {v} :: To uncap, unstopper a bottle
décarbonaté {adj} :: decarbonated
décarbonater {v} :: To decarbonate
décarboner {v} :: to lower carbon levels (in prdocution)
décarbonyler {v} [organic chemistry] :: To decarbonylate
décarboxylé {adj} :: decarboxylated
décarboxylase {f} [enzyme] :: decarboxylase
décarboxylation {f} [organic chemistry] :: decarboxylation
décarboxyler {v} [chemistry] :: To decarboxylate
décarburation {f} :: decarburation, decarbonization
décarburer {vt} :: to decarburize, decarbonize
décarcasser {v} :: to open up the carcass of an animal or to remove the cover of an object
décarcasser {vp} [colloquial] :: to go through much trouble, to bend over backwards
décastère {m} :: decastere
décathlon {m} :: decathlon
décathlonien {m} :: decathlete
décati {adj} :: decrepit
décavé {adj} :: ruined
décawatt {m} :: decawatt
décéder {v} [formal] :: to pass away, decease
décelé {adj} :: discovered, detected
décelé {adj} :: revealed, indicated
décelable {adj} :: detectable
déceler {v} :: to discover, detect
déceler {v} :: to reveal, indicate
décembre {m} :: December
décemment {adv} :: decently
décemment {adv} :: reasonably
décence {f} :: decency, seemliness
décennal {adj} :: decennial
décennie {f} :: decade, ten-year period
décent {adj} :: decent (sufficiently clothed)
décent {adj} :: decent (fair, good enough)
décentralisateur {adj} :: decentralizing
décentralisation {f} :: decentralisation
décentraliser {v} :: to decentralise, to decentralize
décentrement {m} :: decentering
décentrer {vt} :: to move off-centre
déceptif {adj} :: deceptive
déception {f} :: disappointment
déceptivement {adv} :: deceptively
décerner {v} :: to award
décervelage {m} :: Action of removing the brain.
décerveler {v} :: to remove the brain
décerveler {v} [figuratively] :: To brainwash
décevant {adj} :: disappointing
décevoir {v} :: to disappoint
décevoir {v} [archaic] :: to deceive; to trick
déchainement {m} :: outburst
déchainer {v} :: alternative spelling of déchaîner
déchéance {f} :: decay
déchéance {f} :: downfall
déchaînement {m} :: alternative form of déchainement
déchaîner {v} :: to unleash
déchaîner {v} :: to arouse, rouse
déchaîner {v} :: to cause, bring out
déchaîner {vr} :: to go wild, to let rip, rage
déchanter {v} :: to become disillusioned
déchaperonner {vt} :: to unhood
déchargé {adj} :: unloaded
déchargé {adj} :: discharged
décharge {f} :: discharge
décharge {f} :: release
décharge {f} :: unloading (action of unloading something)
décharge {f} :: landfill
déchargeable {adj} :: downloadable
déchargement {m} :: unloading
décharger {v} :: to unload; offload
décharger {v} :: to discharge
décharger {v} :: to let off (remove the guilt from someone)
décharger {v} :: to remove a charge from
décharger {vr} :: to offload (ejaculate)
décharné {adj} :: emaciated
décharné {adj} :: scrawny, gaunt
décharner {v} :: to remove the flesh from bones or skin; to deflesh
décharner {v} :: to emaciate
déchausser {v} :: to remove someone's shoes
déchausser {vr} [se déchausser] :: to take one's shoes off
déchaux {adj} [archaic] :: discalced, discalceate
dèche {f} [colloquial] :: the state of being broke
déchet {m} :: rubbish, trash
déchet {m} [of a person, slang] :: a mess, a basket case (especially after having drunk alcohol)
déchet radioactif {m} :: radioactive waste
déchetterie {f} :: alternative form of déchèterie
décheveler {vt} :: to dishevel
décheveler {vr} :: to dishevel one another's hair
décheviller {vt} :: to unpeg, to unpin
déchiffrable {adj} :: decipherable
déchiffrage {m} :: Action of deciphering
déchiffrement {m} :: Action of deciphering
déchiffrer {v} :: to decipher (all meanings)
déchiquetage {m} :: shredding
déchiqueter {v} :: to rip up (into small pieces)
déchiqueter {v} :: to cut up (into small pieces)
déchiqueteur {m} :: shredder
déchiqueteuse {f} :: shredder
déchiqueture {v} :: slashing, cutting, pinking
déchirant {adj} :: heartbreaking, heartrending, heart-splitting, heartwrenching
déchirant {adj} :: agonizing
déchirement {m} :: act of tearing something to pieces
déchirer {v} :: to rip up
déchirer {v} [figurative] :: to tear up emotionally
déchirer {vi} [colloquial, slang] :: to kick arse, kick ass, kick butt, rock, or rule
déchireur {m} :: shredder
déchirure {f} :: tear, rip
déchlorer {v} :: To dechlorinate
déchoir {v} [literary] :: to wane (diminish)
déchoir {v} [literary] :: to strip
déchoquage {m} [medicine] :: Emergency antishock treatment
déchouer {vt} :: "to get off, to set afloat (a ship that is aground)"
déchristianisateur {m} :: dechristianizer
déchristianisation {f} :: dechristianization
déchristianisatrice {f} :: feminine singular of déchristianisateur
déchristianiser {v} :: To dechristianize
déchèterie {f} :: tip (recycling centre)
déchu {adj} :: deposed, dethroned
déci- {prefix} :: deci-
déci {m} [Switzerland] :: décilitre
décibel {m} :: decibel
décidabilité {f} :: decidability
décidable {adj} :: decidable
décider {vi} :: to decide
décider {vt} :: to persuade, convince (someone à faire to do)
décider {vr} :: to make a decision, to make up one's mind
décideur {m} [legal] :: policymaker
décideuse {f} :: feminine noun of décideur
décidément {adv} :: obviously, really
décidément {adv} :: decidedly
décidu {adj} :: deciduous
décidual {adj} :: decidual
décigrade {m} :: decigrade
décigramme {m} :: decigram
décikatal {m} :: decikatal
décile {m} [statistics] :: decile
décilitre {m} :: decilitre
déciller {v} :: alternative spelling of dessiller
décillion {m} :: decillion
décimal {adj} :: decimal
décimalisation {f} :: decimalisation
décimaliser {v} :: to decimalise; to decimalize
décimateur {m} :: decimator (receiver of tithes)
décime {f} [historical] :: A coin valued at one-tenth of a franc minted prior to 1815
décime {f} [colloquial] :: A 10-centime coin, minted up to 1999 and bearing the same value
décimer {v} :: to decimate (reduce by one tenth)
décimer {v} :: to decimate (massacre, almost wipe out)
décimilliheure {f} [obsolete] :: one hundredth of an hour
décimètre {m} :: decimetre (one-tenth of a metre)
décimétrique {adj} :: decimetric
décirer {vt} :: to take the wax off
déciseconde {f} :: decisecond (one tenth of a second)
décisif {adj} :: decisive
décision {f} :: decision
décisionnel {adj} :: decisional
décisivement {adv} :: decisively
décistère {m} :: decistere
déclamation {f} :: declamation
déclamation {f} :: ranting
déclamatoire {adj} :: declamatory
déclamatoire {adj} :: ranting
déclamatoirement {adv} :: declamatorily
déclamatoirement {adv} :: bombastically
déclamer {v} :: to declaim, speak out (against)
déclarable {adj} :: declarable (for excise duty)
déclaratif {adj} :: declarative
déclaration {f} :: declaration (written or oral indication of a fact, opinion, or belief)
déclaratoire {adj} :: declaratory
déclarer {v} :: to declare
déclassé {adj} [literally] :: stricken from the classification, no longer listed
déclassé {adj} :: outcast, expelled
déclassé {m} :: An outcast, reject, pariah
déclassée {f} :: feminine noun of déclassé
déclassement {m} :: reclassification
déclassement {m} :: decommissioning
déclasser {v} :: to relegate (demote)
déclasser {v} :: to delist (take off a list)
déclasser {v} :: to downgrade
déclassifié {adj} :: declassified
déclassification {f} :: declassification
déclassifier {v} :: To declassify
déclenchement {m} :: onset
déclenchement {m} :: outbreak
déclenchement {m} :: triggering (action of causing something)
déclencher {v} :: to trigger, to spark, to set off
déclencher {v} :: to set off (a device)
déclencher {v} :: to take off the latch
déclencher {vr} [se déclencher] :: to be under way, to start happening
déclencheur {m} :: trigger, spark
déclencheur {m} :: release mechanism
déclencheur {m} [photography] :: shutter release
déclencheur {m} [databases] :: trigger
déclic {m} :: click
déclimater {vt} :: "to accustom to a foreign climate"
décliné {adj} :: declined
déclin {m} :: decline
déclinable {adj} :: declinable
déclinant {adj} :: declining
déclinateur {m} :: declinator
déclinatoire {adj} :: declinatory
déclinatoire {m} [legal] :: declinatory plea, exception
décliner {vi} :: to weaken, to sicken, to go downhill
décliner {vt} :: to enumerate
décliner {vt} [grammar] :: to decline
décliner {vt} :: to develop a range from a product
décliner {vp} [sales] :: to be available (in a variety of forms, models, etc.)
décliniste {mf} :: declinist
déclive {adj} :: declivous, sloping
déclive {adj} [surgical] :: dependent
déclive {f} :: slope
décliver {v} :: To tilt
décliver {v} :: To decline, decrease
déclivité {f} :: slope, incline, declivity
décloisonner {vt} :: to decompartmentalize
déclore {v} [archaic] :: to open, reopen (open something which was closed)
décloîtrer {vt} :: "to withdraw from a convent"
déclouer {vt} :: to unnail
décélérateur {adj} :: decelerating
décélérateur {m} :: decelerator
décélération {f} :: deceleration
décélérer {v} :: to decelerate, to slow down
décléricalisation {f} :: declericalisation
décléricaliser {v} :: To declericalize
décène {m} [organic compound] :: decene
déco {f} [colloquial, clipping] :: decoration
déco {f} [colloquial] :: disconnection
décocher {v} :: to untick (UK); to uncheck (US)
décocher {v} [computing] :: to deselect
décocher {v} :: to shoot (with a bow)
décocher {v} :: to smack; lash (hit suddenly)
décocher {v} :: to lash out (at)
décoction {f} :: decoction
décodage {m} :: decoding
décoder {v} :: to decode
décodeur {m} :: decoder
décoffrage {m} :: stripping
décohérence {f} [physics] :: decoherence
décohérer {v} :: To decohere
décohésion {f} :: decohesion
décoiffé {adj} :: messed-up
décoiffé {adj} :: dishevelled
décoiffant {adj} :: mind-blowing
décoiffer {vt} :: to mess up someone's hair
décoiffer {vt} :: to knock someone's hat off
décoiffer {vt} :: to take one's breath away (be mindblowing)
décoincer {vt} :: to unjam, loosen
décoincer {vt} :: to loosen up
décollage {m} :: takeoff
décollation {f} :: beheading
décollement {m} :: detachment, unsticking
décoller {vi} :: To take off (i.e. a plane)
décoller {vt} :: unstick
décoller {vi} :: To come undone, come unstuck
décolleté {adj} :: low-cut (dress etc.)
décolleté {adj} :: decapitated
décolleté {m} :: cleavage
décolleté {m} :: low neckline
décolletage {m} :: neckline, décolletage
décolletage {m} [aeronautics] :: undercutting
décolletage {m} [agriculture] :: topping
décolleter {v} [of a dress, etc.] :: to reveal the neck or neckline
décolléter {v} :: to uncover the neck or shoulders; show some skin
décolléter {vt} :: To cut (clothing) low; to give a low cut
décolonisation {f} :: decolonization
décoloniser {vt} :: to decolonize
décoloré {adj} :: bleaching, decolorant
décolorant {adj} :: bleaching
décoloration {f} :: discolouration
décoloration {f} :: fading
décolorer {vt} :: to discolour, fade
décolorer {vt} :: to bleach
décolorisation {f} :: the removal of the colour from something; decolorisation or bleaching
décolérer {v} :: to calm down
décombrer {vt} :: "to clear away rubbish, to clear rubbish from"
décombres {mp} :: rubble, ruins (of a building)
décommander {vt} :: to cancel [an order, event, etc.]
décommander {vt} :: to put off [until another time]
décommander {vt} :: to withdraw [an invitation]
décommunisation {f} :: decommunization
décommuniser {v} :: To decommunize
décompilateur {m} [computer science] :: decompiler
décompiler {v} [computer science] :: to decompile
décomplexé {adj} :: uninhibited
décomplexé {adj} :: self-assured
décompléter {vt} :: to render incomplete
décomposé {adj} :: decomposed
décomposable {adj} :: decomposable
décomposer {vt} :: to decompose, to break down [into components]
décomposer {v} [mathematics] :: to factorize
décomposer {vr} [se décomposer, organic matter] :: to decompose, decay
décomposer {vr} [se décomposer] :: to break down [for analysis]
décomposeur {m} :: decomposer
décomposition {f} :: decomposition
décompresser {v} :: to decompress, uncompress
décompresser {v} :: to relax, unwind
décompresseur {m} :: decompressor
décompression {f} :: decompression
décomprimer {vt} :: to decompress
décompter {v} :: to deduct (take one thing from another)
décompter {v} :: to pick out
décompter {v} :: to scrap
déconcentré {adj} :: suffering a loss of concentration
déconcentration {f} :: deconcentration
déconcentration {f} :: decentralization, devolution
déconcentration {f} :: (momentary) loss of concentration
déconcentrer {vt} :: to distract
déconcentrer {vt} :: to devolve
déconceptualiser {v} :: to deconceptualize
déconcertant {adj} :: disconcerting
déconcerter {vt} :: to disconcert
déconcerter {vt} :: to baffle, confound, bewilder
déconditionner {vt} :: to decondition
déconfessionnalisation {f} :: deconfessionalization
déconfessionnaliser {v} :: To deconfessionalize
déconfire {v} [archaic] :: to destroy, annihilate
déconfire {v} :: to discombobulate
déconfit {adj} :: crestfallen
déconfiture {f} :: collapse
déconfiture {f} :: defeat
décongelé {adj} :: defrosted
décongeler {vt} [of food] :: to thaw, unfreeze, defrost
décongestionnant {m} :: decongestant
décongestionner {vt} :: to decongest (relieve congestion in)
décongélation {f} :: thawing, defrosting
déconnecter {v} :: to disconnect
déconner {v} [slang] :: to talk rubbish, talk bollocks, kid, joke
déconner {v} [slang] :: to mess up, act up, malfunction
déconner {v} [archaic, vulgar, rare] :: to pull out, "decunt" (remove one's penis from a vagina)
déconnexion {f} :: disconnection
déconnexion {f} :: logout, signout
déconseillé {adj} :: Not recommended
déconseiller {v} :: to advise against, to not recommend
déconsidérer {vt} :: to discredit
déconsolidation {f} :: deconsolidation
déconstruction {f} :: deconstruction
déconstruire {v} :: to deconstruct, take apart
décontamination {f} :: decontamination
décontaminer {vt} :: to decontaminate
décontamineur {m} :: decontaminant
décontenancer {v} :: to disconcert, make uncomfortable, discountenance
décontracté {adj} :: relaxed
décontracté {adj} :: casual, informal, relaxed
décontracter {vt} :: to relax
décontraction {f} :: laid-back attitude
décontraction {f} :: relaxation (of muscles)
déconvenue {f} :: discomfiture, disappointment (caused by failure)
déconvoluer {v} [maths] :: To deconvolute
déconvolution {f} [maths] :: deconvolution
décor {m} :: decor, decoration
décor {m} [theatre] :: set, location
décor {m} :: scenery, backdrop
décorateur {m} :: decorator
décoratif {adj} :: decorative
décoration {f} :: decoration
décoration {f} [military] :: decoration (honor, medal)
décorativement {adv} :: decoratively
décoratrice {f} :: feminine singular of décorateur
décorder {v} :: to unrope (remove from a rope)
décorer {v} :: to decorate
décorner {v} [husbandry] :: to remove the horns of; to dehorn
décortiqué {adj} :: shelled
décortiqué {adj} :: decorticated
décortiquer {v} :: to shell (remove a shell from)
décortiquer {v} :: to decorticate
décorum {m} :: decorum
décosaquisation {f} :: decossackization
décote {f} :: discount
décote {f} :: tax relief
découcher {vi} :: to sleep away from home
découcher {vi} :: to stay out all night
dé à coudre {m} :: thimble (a protective cap for the finger)
découdre {vt} :: to unsew, unstitch (remove the stitches from something that is sewn)
découdre {vi} :: to do battle
découler {v} [inanimate] :: to follow from; to ensue
découpage {m} :: cutting (action of to cut)
découpage {m} :: decoupage
découper {v} :: to cut up, to chop up
découper {v} :: to cut out (to remove by cutting)
découper {v} :: to zone, to divide up (into areas)
découper {v} [figuratively] :: to cast shadow (against a background), to silhouette
découplage {m} :: decoupling
découplement {m} :: uncoupling
découplement {m} :: decoupling
découpler {vt} :: to uncouple, decouple
découpler {vt} :: to set apart
découpure {f} :: indentation
découpure {f} :: herald (moth, Scoliopteryx libatrix)
décourageant {adj} :: discouraging
décourageant {adj} :: depressing
découragement {m} :: discouragement
décourager {vt} :: to discourage
décourager {vp} :: to lose heart, lose faith
décours {m} :: "decrease; wane (of the moon)"
décousabilité {f} :: ability to be unsewed
décousu {adj} :: unstitched
décousu {adj} [figuratively] :: incoherent, disjointed
découvert {adj} :: discovered
découvert {adj} :: uncovered, unprotected, exposed
découvert {m} :: overdraft
découverte {f} :: discovery
découvreur {m} :: discoverer
découvrir {v} :: to discover
découvrir {v} :: to show, to reveal
découvrir {v} :: to leave uncovered, to expose
découvrir {v} :: to leave unprotected, to expose
décrassage {m} :: cleaning up
décrassage {m} [sports] :: warmdown (after exercise)
décrasser {vt} :: to clean up, to scrub
décrasser {vr} :: to clean up (oneself)
décérébrer {v} :: to decerebrate
décrédibiliser {v} :: discredit
décréditement {m} :: discrediting
décréditer {vt} :: to discredit, to disgrace, to bring into discredit
décréditer {vr} :: to sink into discredit, to lose one's credit or reputation
décret {m} [historic] :: decree (royal, ecclesiastical)
décret {m} [law] :: statutory instrument
décrier {v} :: to decry; to criticize, disparage, censure
décrire {v} :: to describe
décrispation {f} :: easing of tension
décrisper {vt} :: to unclench
décrûment {m} :: "(dy.) scouring"
décrochable {adj} :: unhookable; detachable
décrochage {m} [aeronautics] :: stall, loss of lift
décrochage {m} [Quebec] :: the action of dropping out of school prematurely
décrochement {m} :: setback
décrochement {m} :: recess
décrocher {v} :: to unhook, to remove from a hook
décrocher {v} :: to pick up, to pick up the phone, to start a telephone conversation
décrocher {v} [aeronautics] :: To stall
décrocher {v} :: to pick up, get one's hands on
décrocher {v} :: to withdraw (from drugs, alcohol, etc.)
décrocher {v} :: to drop out of school
décrocher {v} :: to abandon an interest or activity ; to separate oneself from a person, group, idea, identity, etc
décroisé {adj} :: uncrossed
décroisé {adj} [football] :: to the near post
décroisé {adj} [tennis] :: down the line
décroiser {vt} :: to uncross
décroiser {vt} :: to unfold
décroissance {f} :: decrease, decline
décroissant {adj} :: descending
décroissant {m} :: waning (of the moon)
décroissement {m} :: waning (a gradual diminution)
décroitre {v} :: alternative form of décroître
décroître {v} :: to decrease
décrotter {vt} :: to clean the mud off
décrépir {v} :: to remove roughcast (from)
décrépit {adj} :: decrepit (weakened or worn out)
décrépitation {f} :: decrepitation
décrépiter {v} :: To decrepitate
décrépitude {f} :: decrepitude, decay
décrétale {f} [ecclesiastical] :: decretal
décréter {v} :: to order, decree
décréter {v} :: to declare (a state of emergency)
décrucifier {vt} :: to decrucify
décruer {vt} :: "(dy.) to scour"
décrusement {m} :: "(dy.) ungumming"
décruser {vt} :: "(dy.) to ungum"
décrypté {adj} :: decrypted
décryptage {m} :: Attempt at decryption while not knowing the key, secret, or password
décryptement {m} :: synonym of décryptage
décrypter {v} :: to decrypt
décès {m} :: death (act or fact of dying)
décuirassé {adj} :: unarmoured
décuire {vt} :: to lower the cooking temperature of sugar syrup or jam by stirring in cold water gradually, until it is the correct consistency
déculotter {v} :: to remove someone's knickers or underwear
déculotter {vr} [slang] :: to fess up
déculpabiliser {vt} :: to exonerate
décupler {v} [ergative] :: to render or become ten times bigger
décuplet {m} [physics] :: decuplet
décurie {f} [historical, Ancient Rome, military] :: decury
décurion {m} [Ancient Rome, military] :: decurion (all senses)
décussé {adj} :: decussate
décussation {f} :: decussation
décuvage {m} :: devatting (removal of wine from the fermentation vats)
décuver {vt} :: to remove (grapes, wine, etc.) from a vat
décuver {v} :: to sober up; to sleep it off (to recover from the effects of self-induced acute alcohol intoxication)
dédaignable {adj} [in the negative] :: not to be sneezed at
dédaigner {v} :: to scorn, to despise, to disdain
dédaigneusement {adv} :: scornfully, disdainfully, contemptuously
dédaigneux {adj} :: scornful, disdainful, contemptuous
dédain {m} :: contempt, scorn, disdain
dédale {m} :: maze
dédicacé {adj} :: signed (by)
dédicace {f} :: dedication (in a book)
dédicacer {vt} :: to sign, autograph
dédicataire {mf} :: dedicatee
dédicatoire {adj} :: dedicatory
dédier {v} :: to dedicate
dédire {v} [reflexive] :: to go back on, retract
dédit {m} :: forfeit
DDO {prop} :: initialism of Dollard-des-Ormeaux - a municipality in the province of Quebec, Canada
dédommagement {m} :: compensation
dédommager {vt} :: to compensate
dédommager {vt} :: to make up for
dédopé {adj} :: dedoped
dédorer {v} :: to tarnish
dédouanement {m} :: customs clearance
dédouaner {vt} :: to clear through customs
dédoublement {m} :: doubling, duplication
dédoubler {v} :: to reunite; to put back together
dédoubler {v} :: to separate; to share out
dédoubler {v} :: to duplicate
dédoublonner {v} [computing, colloquial] :: To remove duplicates from a list
dédramatiser {vt} :: to play down
dédramatiser {vt} :: to make less dramatic or daunting
DDT {m} :: abbreviation of dichlorodiphényltrichloroéthane
déductibilité {f} :: deductibility
déductible {adj} :: deductible
déductif {adj} :: deductive
déduction {f} :: deduction
déduction {f} [logic, epistemology] :: deduction
déduire {v} :: to deduce; to work out
déduire {v} :: to deduct
déduit {adj} :: deducted
de {prep} :: of (expresses belonging)
de {prep} :: of (used to express property or association)
de {prep} :: from (used to indicate origin)
de {prep} :: of (indicates an amount)
de {prep} :: used attributively, often translated into English as a compound word
de {prep} :: from (used to indicate the start of a time or range)
de {prep} :: used after certain verbs before an infinitive, often translated into English as a gerund or an infinitive
de {prep} :: by (indicates the amount of change)
de {art} [indefinite] :: some; any (in questions or negatives)
de {art} [negative] :: (pas de) a, an, any
deçà {adv} [obsolete as used alone] :: over here, on this side
DEA {initialism} :: diplôme d'études approfondies (a tertiary education degree higher than a master's, but lower than a doctorate)
DEA {initialism} :: diethanolamine
dealer {v} [slang] :: to deal (drugs)
dealer {m} [slang] :: drug dealer
dealeur {m} :: drug dealer
dealeuse {f} :: feminine noun of dealeur
de A à Z {adv} [idiomatic] :: from A to Z (comprehensively)
Debaralle {prop} :: surname
Debierne {prop} :: surname
de bon cœur {adv} :: with good grace, willingly, cheerfully, gladly
de bonne foi {adv} :: in good faith, in earnest
de bonne grâce {adv} :: with good grace, willingly, cheerfully
de bonne heure {adv} :: in advance; ahead of time
de bonne heure {adv} :: early in the morning
de bon ton {adj} :: polite, tasteful, civil
debout {adv} :: standing, stood up
debout {adv} :: awake
debout {interj} :: get up!
de bout en bout {adv} :: from start to finish, from one end to the other
Debrecen {prop} :: Debrecen
debte {f} :: obsolete form of dette
Debussy {prop} :: surname
Debussy {prop} :: Claude Debussy, French composer
de ce pas {adv} :: straightaway, at once, forthwith
de concert {adv} [figuratively] :: hand in hand, together, in concert
de confiance {adj} :: trustworthy, reliable
Decourcelle {prop} :: surname
de coutume {adv} [literary] :: ordinarily, usually
de coutume {adj} :: customary, usual
de cujus {m} :: deceased
de cujus {m} [legal] :: testator
dedans {adv} :: towards the inside; inwardly; internally
dedans {mf} :: interior, inside (of an object)
dedans {prep} :: inside, in, within
de deux {adv} [colloquial] :: next, secondly, second
de deux choses l'une {phrase} :: it's one of those two things; there are two possibilities, there are two possible scenarios; you have two options; you choose(: either ... or)
DEET {m} :: DEET (an insect repellant)
de facto {adj} :: de facto
de facto {adv} :: de facto
de fait {adv} :: de facto (according to actual practice)
de fait {adv} :: indeed
de fond en comble {adv} [idiomatic] :: from top to bottom, from wall to wall
de fortune {adj} :: makeshift, temporary
de garde {adj} :: on guard
de garde {adj} :: on call (for work etc.)
degré {m} :: degree
de grâce {interj} :: please, pray, for the love of God, for God's sake, I beg you
degré Celsius {m} :: degree Celsius
de guingois {prep} [colloquial] :: awry
dehors {adv} :: outside
dehors {m} :: outside
dehors {prep} :: outside; outside of
de jour {adv} :: during the day, by day
de justesse {adv} :: narrowly, only just; by the skin of one's teeth
de l' {art} :: Some; the singular prevocalic partitive article
delà {adv} :: beyond (usually used in the phrases au-delà and par-delà)
de la {art} :: Of the
de la {art} :: Some; the feminine partitive article
delacroix {m} [obsolete] :: A one-hundred French franc note
Delage {prop} :: surname
de la sorte {adv} :: like that, in this way, in such a manner
de la sorte {adv} :: this way (as a consequence)
de la tête aux pieds {adv} :: head to toe
de l'autre côté de {prep} :: across (on the other side of)
de l'avis de {prep} :: in the opinion of, according to
delco {m} :: distributor (in an engine)
de le {art} [Louisiana French, ] :: alternative form of du, "of the", some
de les {art} [Louisiana French, ] :: alternative form of des, "of the", some
deleuzement {adv} :: Deleuzianly
deleuzien {adj} :: Deleuzian
DELF {initialism} :: Diplôme d'étude de langue française, a French-language qualification
de loin {prep} :: from far
de loin {prep} [idiomatic] :: by far
de longue date {adj} :: long-standing
de longue haleine {adj} :: long-term, lengthy
Delphes {prop} :: Delphi
delphinal {adj} :: Relating to a dauphin (heir to the throne)
delphinal {adj} :: Of or from Dauphiné
delphinarium {m} :: dolphinarium
Delphine {prop} :: given name
delphinule {f} :: delphinula (Angaria delphinus)
delphique {adj} :: Delphic
delta {m} :: delta (Greek letter)
delta {m} :: delta (geographical feature)
deltaèdre {m} [geometry] :: deltohedron
deltaméthrine {f} :: deltamethrin
deltaplane {m} :: hang glider
deltaïque {adj} :: deltaic; delta (attributive)
deltiologie {f} :: deltiology (study and collection of postcards)
deltoïde {m} [anatomy] :: deltoid
deltoïde {adj} [anatomy] :: deltoid
deltoïdien {adj} [anatomy] :: deltoid
de luxe {adj} :: luxurious
Delvaux {prop} :: surname
Delvincourt {prop} :: surname
demain {adv} :: tomorrow
de main de maitre {adv} :: alternative spelling of de main de maître
de main de maître {adv} :: masterfully
de mal en pis {phrase} [literary] :: worse and worse
demande {f} :: request (act of requesting)
demande {f} [economics] :: demand
demande {f} :: favour, favor
demande {f} :: small fine (paid after breaking a rule)
demander {vi} [followed by à] :: to ask (a person)
demander {vt} :: to request
demander {vr} :: to wonder
demanderesse {f} :: feminine noun of demandeur
demandeur {m} :: asker or requester (one who asks or requests something)
demandeur {m} :: seeker
demandeur {m} [legal] :: complainant, plaintiff (one who brings a lawsuit against another)
demandeur d'asile {m} :: asylum seeker
demandeuse {f} :: feminine noun of demandeur
demandeuse d'asile {f} :: feminine singular of demandeur d'asile
de mauvaise grâce {adv} :: grudgingly, reluctantly, unwillingly
de mauvais poil {adj} [colloquial] :: in a bad mood, crabby, ratty, grouchy
Dembélé {prop} :: surname
d'emblée {adv} :: straightaway, at once
de merde {adj} [vulgar] :: shit, shitty, crappy, lousy
de merde {adj} [vulgar] :: fucking (as an intensifier), pesky, damned, bloody
de mes couilles {adj} [vulgar] :: pesky, damned, bloody, fucking (as an intensifier)
de mes deux {adj} [vulgar] :: pesky, damned, bloody, fucking (as an intensifier)
demeuré {m} :: person with a mental handicap
demeuré {m} [colloquial] :: idiot, stupid person
demeurant {m} :: rest
demeurant {adj} :: living
demeure {f} :: home, domicile, residence
demeurer {v} :: to live, stay
demeurer {v} [formal] :: to stay, to remain, to stop for a long time
demeurer {v} [figuratively] :: to last, to persist
demi- {prefix} :: semi-, demi-, half-
demi {adj} :: half
demi {m} :: half (fraction)
demi {m} :: (used in time) half (half-hour)
demi {m} [Polynesia, France] :: a person of multiracial descent, usually a person with French and other non-European origin; mixed-race
demi {m} :: a glass of beer of 250 ml volume
demi-clef {f} [nautical] :: half hitch
demi de mêlée {m} [rugby] :: scrum-half
demi-dieu {m} :: demigod, in mythological or figurative sense
demi-douche {f} [juggling] :: half-shower
demi d'ouverture {m} [rugby] :: fly-half
demi-douzaine {f} :: half dozen
de mieux en mieux {adv} :: better and better
demi-finale {f} :: semi-final
demi-finaliste {mf} :: semi-finalist
demi-frère {m} :: half-brother
demi-heure {f} :: half an hour; thirty minutes
demilune {f} :: alternative form of demi-lune
demi-lune {f} :: half-moon
demi-lune {f} [sports] :: half-pipe
demi-mesure {f} :: half-measure, inadequate measure
demi-molle {f} [colloquial] :: a semi-on, a semi-hard-on
demi-mondaine {f} :: A hedonist, a demimondaine
demi-mot {m} :: hint, that what is written between the lines
demi-pension {f} :: half board; hotel accommodation with bed, breakfast, and one main meal per day
demi-sec {adj} :: medium dry (sparkling wine)
demi-soeur {f} :: nonstandard spelling of demi-sœur
demi-sœur {f} :: half sister
demi-tasse {f} :: demitasse (coffee cup; serving of coffee in such a cup)
demi-teinte {f} [literal, of a color] :: a medium shade, neither particularly light nor particularly dark
demi-teinte {f} [figurative] :: something medium, mitigated, nuanced — often used as an adjective with en
demi-ton {m} [music] :: semitone (musical interval)
demi-tour {m} :: U-turn, about-turn
demi-vie {f} [physics] :: half-life
demi-volée {f} [sports] :: half-volley
de même {adv} :: likewise
de même que {conj} :: just like, in the same way as, so too does
de même que {conj} :: as well as, as does
de mémoire d'homme {adv} :: in living memory
de moins en moins {adv} :: less and less
demoiselle {f} :: damsel, maiden
demoiselle {f} :: miss
demoiselle {f} :: damselfly
demoiselle d'honneur {f} :: maid of honour, bridesmaid
demonstrer {v} :: archaic spelling of démontrer
d'en {contraction} :: de + en
de naissance {adv} :: by birth, by nature, natural-born
denché {adj} [heraldry] :: scalloped (bordered with little semicircles or similar)
dendrimère {m} [chemistry, maths] :: dendrimer
dendritique {adj} :: dendritic
dendrochronologie {f} :: dendrochronology
dendrochronologique {adj} :: dendrochronological
dendrochronologiquement {adv} :: dendrochronologically
Deneuve {prop} :: surname
d'enfer {adj} [colloquial] :: terrific, awesome; helluva
dengue {f} [pathology] :: dengue
Denicourt {prop} :: surname
denier {m} :: denier (coin)
denier {m} [by extension] :: money
denier {m} :: denier (unit of weight)
denim {m} :: denim
Denis {prop} {m} :: given name, equivalent of Dennis; originally given in honor of a third century bishop of Paris, the patron saint of France
Denis {prop} {m} :: A surname based on the given name
Denise {prop} :: given name, the feminine form of Denis
Denoncourt {prop} :: surname
de nos jours {adv} :: currently; nowadays
de nouveau {adv} :: again; once again
denrée {f} [archaic] :: merchandise, goods
denrée {f} :: commodity
denrée {f} :: foodstuff
dense {adj} :: dense
densement {adv} :: densely
densification {f} :: densification
densifier {v} :: to densify, to become denser
densité {f} :: density
densément {adv} :: densely
dent {f} :: tooth
dent {f} :: cog (tooth on a gear)
denté {adj} :: toothed
dentaire {adj} :: dental
dentairement {adv} :: dentally
dental {adj} [linguistics] :: dental
dentale {f} [linguistics] :: dental consonant
dentale {m} :: any of the tusk shells in the family Dentaliidae
dent de lait {f} :: milk tooth (tooth of the first set of teeth)
dent-de-lion {m} [obsolete, outside, Switzerland] :: dandelion
dent de sagesse {f} :: wisdom tooth
dentelé {adj} :: jagged
dentelé {adj} [heraldry] :: indented
dentelaire {m} [botany] :: plumbago, leadwort
denteler {vt} :: to indent, to notch, to jag
dentelle {f} :: lace
dentellerie {f} :: lacemaking, lace industry, lace manufacture, lace business
dentelure {f} :: serration (of leaf); perforation (of stamp)
dentelure {f} :: jagged outline (of mountain etc.)
dentelure {f} [architecture] :: serration
denticité {f} [chemistry] :: denticity
dentier {m} :: denture
dentifrice {m} :: toothpaste
dentiste {mf} :: dentist
dentisterie {f} :: dentistry
dentition {f} :: dentition
dento-facial {adj} :: dentofacial
d'entrée de jeu {adv} :: right from the start, from the get-go, straightaway, at the outset
de nuit {adv} :: at night
dep {m} [verlan] :: gay; faggot
de part et d'autre de {prep} :: on either side of
de passage {adj} :: passing by
de peur que {conj} :: lest, for fear that
de pied en cap {adv} [rather formal] :: from head to toe
de pire en pire {adv} [colloquial] :: worse and worse
de plein fouet {adv} :: With a direct or harsh hit, harshly
de plus {phrase} :: moreover, furthermore
de plus belle {adv} :: even more, even harder than before, with even greater intensity
de plus en plus {adv} :: more and more (used to express a progressive increase)
de pointe {adj} :: cutting-edge, state-of-the-art
de préférence {adv} :: preferably, ideally
de prime abord {adv} :: at first, originally
de près {adv} :: closely
depuis {prep} :: since
depuis {prep} :: since, ever since
depuis {prep} [regarding time] :: for ~
depuis {prep} [regarding time] :: for the last ~, over the past ~
depuis {prep} :: from
depuis {adv} [colloquial] :: ever since
depuis lors {adv} :: ever since
depuis que {conj} :: since, ever since
de quel bois quelqu'un se chauffe {phrase} [colloquial] :: what someone is made of, what someone is capable of, someone's true mettle
de quoi {interj} :: What was that
de quoi {phrase} :: What is necessary to
de quoi {phrase} [Quebec, colloquial] :: something
der {mf} :: last
de race {adj} :: pedigree, purebred; (of horse) thoroughbred
de rang {adv} :: in a row
derby {m} :: derby (horse race)
derby {m} :: derby (local derby)
derechef {adv} [literary, dated] :: once more, anew
de retour {adj} :: back
de rien {phrase} [after being thanked] :: you're welcome, it's nothing
de rigueur {adj} :: absolutely necessary
dermabraser {v} [medical] :: to perform dermabrasion
dermabrasion {f} [medical] :: dermabrasion
dermaptère {m} :: dermapteran; earwig (any insect of the order Dermaptera)
dermato {mf} :: dermatologist
dermatographie {f} :: dermatography
dermatographique {adj} :: dermatographic
dermatologie {f} :: dermatology
dermatologique {adj} :: dermatological
dermatologue {mf} :: dermatologist
dermatose {f} [pathology] :: dermatosis
derme {m} :: dermis
dermique {adj} :: dermic
dermique {adj} :: skin (attributive)
dermite {f} [pathology] :: dermatitis
dermographie {f} :: dermography
dermoptère {m} :: colugo (animal of the order Dermoptera)
dernier {adj} :: last
dernier {adj} :: latest (most recent)
dernier {adj} :: latter
dernier cri {adj} :: up-to-date (state of the art)
dernière demeure {f} [euphemistic] :: resting place
dernièrement {adv} :: recently (in the recent past)
dernièrement {adv} :: lastly (in last place)
Derrida {prop} :: surname
Derrida {prop} :: Jacques Derrida, French philosopher
derrière {adv} :: behind
derrière {m} :: bottom, bum, backside
derrière {prep} :: behind
de rêve {adj} [colloquial] :: dream; ideal; idealized
derviche {m} :: Dervish
derviche tourneur {m} :: One of the Whirling Dervishes
des {contraction} :: Contraction of de + les (of the, from the, some)
Descaves {prop} :: surname
desceller {vt} :: to break the seal of, unseal
desceller {vt} :: to free, pull free
desceller {vr} :: to come loose
descendance {f} :: line of descent
descendant {m} :: A descendant; one who is the progeny of someone at any distance of time; e.g. a child; a grandchild, etc
descendant {adj} :: (which is) descending
descendre {vi} :: to go down
descendre {vit} :: to descend
descendre {vt} :: to put down; disparage
descendre {vt} [slang] :: to kill (someone)
descendre {vi} :: to stay (in a hotel or other temporary lodging)
descente {f} :: descent (act of going down)
descente {f} :: descent (downward slope)
descente {f} :: way down
descente {f} :: descending
descente {f} :: raid (e.g. police raid)
descente {f} [sports] :: downhill (an event in skiing or canoeing)
descente {f} :: comedown (from a drug), crash
Deschamps {prop} :: surname
descripteur {m} :: descriptor
descriptif {adj} :: descriptive
descriptif {adj} [linguistics] :: descriptive
description {f} :: description
descriptivisme {m} [linguistics] :: descriptivism
desdites {contraction} :: contraction of de + lesdites
desdits {contraction} :: contraction of de + lesdits
des fois que {conj} [colloquial] :: if, in case
desiderata {m} :: desideratum
design {m} :: design
designer {m} :: designer
designer {v} :: to design
Desjardins {prop} :: surname, particularly common in Quebec
desman {m} :: desman
desmographie {f} [anatomy] :: desmography
desmologie {f} [anatomy] :: desmology
de son propre chef {adv} :: of one's own accord, on one's own initiative
des pieds à la tête {adv} [rare] :: head to toe
despote {mf} :: despot
despote {mf} :: tyrant
despotique {adj} :: despotic
despotiquement {adv} :: despotically
despotisme {m} :: despotism (government by a singular authority)
Després {prop} :: surname
despumer {v} :: synonym of écumer
dessacheuse {f} :: An industrial bag-opener that feeds material into a hopper
dessaisir {v} [transitive + de] :: to disseize, dispossess, or deprive
dessaisir {v} [reflexive + de] :: to deprive one's self of, to give up
dessaisissement {m} :: relinquishment
dessaisissement {m} :: divestiture
dessalement {m} :: desalination
dessaler {v} :: to desalt
dessaouler {v} :: alternative form of dessouler
desséché {adj} :: dried out, dessicated
desséchant {adj} :: desiccant, drying
dessèchement {m} :: drying (out)
dessécher {vr} :: to dry out
déesse {f} :: goddess
dessein {m} [literary] :: intention; plan; design
desseller {vt} :: to unsaddle
desselle-toi que je te monte {interj} [Louisiana French, Cajun French, St.Mary Parish] :: prepare for a fight!
desserrer {vt} :: to loosen (knot, belt, etc.)
desserrer {vt} :: to unclench (teeth); relax (grip); release (brakes)
desserrer {vt} [typography] :: to space out
desserrer {vt} [economics] :: to ease, relax
desserrer {vr} :: to come loose; to slacken
dessert {m} :: dessert, pudding
desserte {f} :: side table (or the food served on it)
desserte {f} :: service
dessertir {v} :: to unsocket, to remove (a gem) from its socket on a piece of jewellery
desservant {m} :: A vicar, curate etc
desservante {f} :: feminine singular of desservant
desservir {vt} [religion] :: to serve (be the pastor of a church)
desservir {vt} [transport] :: to serve (of a train or bus, to stop at a particular town)
desservir {vt} :: to clear, clear away (e.g. a table)
desservir {v} :: to do a disservice, to perform ill offices to someone
dessiccatif {adj} :: desiccant
dessiccation {f} :: desiccation
dessiller {vt} :: to open someone's eyes (to) (make them see or understand something)
dessin {m} :: drawing
dessin {m} :: design (pattern)
dessin animé {m} [animation] :: animated cartoon
dessinateur {m} :: designer, draughtsman
dessinateur {m} :: cartoonist, drawer
dessinatrice {f} :: feminine noun of dessinateur
dessiner {v} :: to draw, to sketch
dessiner {v} :: to draw up, to design
dessiner {vp} [se dessiner] :: to take shape, to appear slowly
dessoûler {v} :: alternative form of dessouler
dessouder {v} :: to unsolder
dessouder {v} [colloquial] :: to murder
dessouler {v} [ergative] :: to sober up
dessous {adv} :: underneath; beneath
dessous {m} :: underside; bottom
dessous {m} :: disadvantage
dessous {m} [in plural] :: (women's) underwear
dessous {m} [in plural] :: hidden agenda
dessous {prep} :: under; beneath
dessous de bras {m} [colloquial] :: armpit
dessous-de-bras {m} :: dress shield
dessous-de-table {m} :: bribe
dessuintage {m} :: scouring
dessus {adv} :: on it (something previously mentioned)
dessus {adv} :: on top
dessus {adv} :: upstairs
dessus {adv} :: over
dessus {prep} [dated] :: on, on top of
dessus {m} :: upside; top side
dessus {m} :: the upper hand; advantage
destin {m} :: destiny, fate
destinataire {mf} :: recipient, addressee
destination {f} :: destination
destinée {f} :: Destiny, fate
destiner {v} :: to destine, to fate, to mean for
destituer {vt} :: to discharge, to relieve (one from their duty), to depose (someone from the throne)
destitution {f} :: discharge, dismissal
destitution {f} :: deposition (of a politician etc.)
Destour {prop} :: The political party whose aim was to free Tunisia from French rule
destourien {adj} :: Relating to the socialist party in power in Tunisia following independence
destrier {m} :: destrier
Destroismaisons {prop} :: surname
destroyer {m} [France, military] :: destroyer (warship)
destructeur {adj} :: destructive
destructeur {m} :: destroyer, destructor (that who/which destroys)
destructeur {m} [object-oriented programming] :: destructor
destructif {adj} :: destructive
destruction {f} :: destruction
destruxine {f} :: destruxin
de suite {adv} :: consecutively, in a row
de surcroît {adv} [rather formal] :: besides, moreover, furthermore
de temps à autre {adv} :: now and then, from time to time
de temps en temps {adv} :: from time to time, once in a while
de tous les instants {phrase} :: perpetual, constant, round-the-clock (of surveillance, attention etc.)
de tout cœur {adv} [figuratively] :: with all one's heart, wholeheartedly
de toute beauté {adj} :: magnificent, splendid, superb, exquisite, beautiful
de toute façon {adv} :: anyway, anyhow
de toute évidence {adv} :: evidently, clearly (obviously)
de tout poil {adj} [colloquial] :: of all kinds
de tout repos {adj} :: relaxing, restful
de tout temps {v} :: from time immemorial, since the dawn of time
de travers {adv} :: awry, crookedly, all over the place (in a mess)
de travers {adv} :: askance
de tête {prep} :: only with one's mind or memory, with no external aid
dette {f} :: debt
deuil {m} :: bereavement
deuil {m} [uncountable] :: mourning
deuil {m} :: mourning (clothes)
deuil {m} :: funeral procession
de un {adv} [colloquial] :: first, first up
deusio {adv} :: alternative form of deuzio
deuspi {m} [verlan, back slang] :: speed
deuton {m} [physics] :: deuteron
deutoxide {m} [chemistry, archaic] :: deutoxide
deutoxyde {m} [chemistry, archaic] :: deutoxide
deutéré {adj} [chemistry, physics] :: deuterated
deutérium {m} :: deuterium
deutérocanonique {adj} :: deuterocanonical
deutéron {m} [physics] :: deuteron
deutérure {m} :: deuteride
deutschemark {m} :: Deutsche Mark (former currency unit of Germany)
deux {num} :: two
deux {m} :: two
deux {m} [in the plural] :: twos
deux avis valent mieux qu'un {phrase} :: two heads are better than one
deux cents {m} :: two hundred
deux-cents {num} :: two hundred
deuxième {adj} :: second
deuxième {mf} :: second
deuxième base {f} [Europe] :: alternative form of deuxième but
deuxième but {m} [baseball] :: second base
deuxième but {m} :: [by ellipsis] second baseman
deuxièmement {adv} :: secondly
deuxième personne {f} :: second person (the form of a verb used when the subject of a sentence is the audience)
deuxième poteau {m} :: far post
deux paires {fp} [poker] :: two pair
deux poids, deux mesures {phrase} :: double standard
deux poids et deux mesures {phrase} [idiomatic] :: double standard
deux points {mp} :: colon (punctuation mark)
deux-roues {m} :: two-wheeler
deuzio {adv} :: synonym of deuxièmement
Devalcourt {prop} :: surname
devancer {v} :: to overtake, to get ahead, to surpass
devancer {v} :: to arrive earlier than (someone), to do (something before somebody else), to beat to the punch
devancer {v} :: to precede, to be ahead of (something in a list)
devancer {v} :: to anticipate, to pre-empt
devancier {m} :: precursor
devancier {m} :: predecessor
devancière {f} :: precursor, predecessor (feminine)
devant {prep} :: confronted with, faced with
devant {prep} :: in front of, before
devant {prep} :: outside
devant {m} :: front
devanture {f} :: frontage (shop front)
devanture {f} :: shop window (or the display in it)
Deveaux {prop} :: surname
devenir {m} :: future
devenir {v} :: to become
devenir {v} [Louisiana French, followed by de] :: to come from
devenir chèvre {v} :: to get worked up, to lose patience
devenir chèvre {v} :: to become furious, to become enraged
devers {prep} :: towards
Deville {prop} :: Deville; surname
devin {m} :: forecaster
devine quoi {phrase} [colloquial] :: guess what
deviner {v} :: to guess; to work out, figure out
deviner {v} :: to sense, perceive
devineresse {f} :: feminine noun of devin
devinette {f} :: riddle
devis {m} :: quote, estimate
devise {f} :: currency
devise {f} [heraldry] :: motto
deviser {vi} :: to chat (converse familiarly)
deviser {vt} :: to make a quote for a prospective client
de visu {adv} :: with one's own eyes
devoir {m} :: duty
devoir {m} :: exercise (set for homework)
devoir {v} :: must, to have to (as a requirement)
devoir {v} :: must, to do or have with certainty
devoir {vt} :: to owe (money, obligation and etc)
devoir {vi} [literary, in imperfect subjunctive, with inversion of subject] :: (even) though it be necessary (+ infinitive)
devoir {vr} [~ de] :: to have a duty to
devoirs {mp} :: Homework
devoir sur table {m} :: written test
devoir surveillé {m} :: test, examination
devoir une fière chandelle {v} [à] :: To owe someone one
Devolle {prop} :: surname
d'exception {adj} :: exceptional
dextrane {m} [carbohydrate] :: dextran
dextre {adj} :: adroit, dextrous
dextre {adj} [dated] :: right-handed
dextre {adj} [heraldry] :: dexter; right-hand side of the shield
dextrement {adv} :: adroitly; dextrously
dextérité {f} :: dexterity, skill
dextro- {prefix} :: dextro-
dextrochere {m} :: obsolete spelling of dextrochère
dextrochère {m} :: dextrochere
dextrogyre {adj} [chemistry] :: dextrogyre
dextrométhorphane {m} [organic compound] :: dextromethorphan
dextrose {m} :: dextrose (sugar)
défaillance {f} :: fainting spell; faintness; dizziness
défaillance {f} :: weakness; failure
défaillant {adj} :: faulty (device, system etc.)
défaillant {adj} :: failing (health, memory)
défaillant {adj} :: fainting (person)
défaillir {v} :: to faint, feel faint (de with/from)
défaillir {v} :: to weaken, falter, fail (of strength, courage etc.)
défaire {vt} :: to take down, take apart, dismantle
défaire {vt} :: to undo, unfasten, unwind
défaire {vt} :: to break, break up, unmake
défaire {vt} [literary] :: to defeat, conquer
défaire {vr} :: to come undone, fall apart, disintegrate
défaire {v} [.pronominal, de] :: to part with
défaisance {f} :: defeasance
défaiseur {m} :: agent noun of défaire; undoer
défaite {f} :: defeat
défaitisme {m} :: defeatism
défaitiste {adj} :: defeatist
défaitiste {mf} :: defeatist
défalcation {f} :: deduction (act of deducting), defalcation
défalquer {vt} :: to deduct
défalquer {vt} :: to recoup
défanage {m} :: The killing of the tops of plants such as potatoes before harvesting
défaner {vt} :: to kill the tops of plants such as potatoes before harvesting
défausser {vt} :: to straighten
défausser {vp} :: to discard (in a card game)
défaut {m} :: shortcoming
défaut {m} :: defect
défaut {m} :: default (computing)
défaveur {f} :: disfavour
défavorable {adj} :: unfavourable, disadvantageous
défavorablement {adv} :: unfavorably
défavorisé {adj} :: disenfranchised, underprivileged (not represented)
défavorisé {adj} :: disadvantaged
défavorisé {adj} :: (of a neighbourhood) poor, low-income
défavoriser {v} :: to disfavour; put out
défavoriser {v} :: to disadvantage, to treat unfairly
défavoriser {v} :: to discriminate
défécation {f} :: defecation
défâcher {vt} :: to pacify
défâcher {vr} :: to be pacified or pleased again, to cool
défectible {adj} :: imperfect, incomplete
défectiblement {adv} :: imperfectly, incompletely
défectif {adj} [grammar] :: defective (with only some tenses)
défection {f} :: defection
défectivement {adv} :: defectively
défectivité {f} :: defectivity
défectueusement {adv} :: defectively (in a way that malfunctions)
défectueux {adj} :: faulty, defective
défectuosité {f} :: defectiveness
défectuosité {f} :: defect, fault, imperfection
défendable {adj} :: justifiable, defendable, within reason
défenderesse {f} :: feminine singular of défendeur
défendeur {m} [legal] :: defendant, (the) accused
défendre {v} :: to defend
défendre {v} :: to forbid
défendu {adj} :: forbidden
défenestration {f} :: defenestration (act of throwing out a window)
défenestrer {v} :: to throw out of the window; to defenestrate
défens {m} :: A forest in which only the local lord could hunt
défense {f} :: defence (action of defending or protecting from attack, danger or injury, or any means for that purpose)
défense {f} [legal] :: defence
défense {f} [sports] :: defence
défense {f} :: prohibition
défense {f} [nautical] :: fender
défense {f} :: tusk (of animal)
défenseur {m} :: defender
défenseur {m} [ice hockey] :: defenseman (US), defenceman (Canada)
défensif {adj} :: defensive
défensivement {adv} :: defensively
déferlant {adj} :: breaking (waves)
déferlant {adj} :: surging
déferlement {m} [electric current] :: surge
déferlement {m} [figuratively] :: upsurge, surge, barrage
déferler {vi} [of waves] :: to break
déferler {vi} [figurative, of violence, emotions and etc] :: to break out, to surge, to rise up
déferler {vt} :: to unfurl (sails)
déferrer {v} :: to remove iron from
défervescence {f} :: defervescence
défeuillé {adj} :: defoliated
défeuiller {v} :: to defoliate, lose leaves
défi {m} :: challenge
défiance {f} :: mistrust
défiant {adj} :: mistrustful
défibrillateur {m} :: defibrillator
défibrillation {f} :: defibrillation
défibriller {v} :: to defibrillate
défibriner {vt} :: to defibrinate
déficeler {vt} :: to untwine
déficience {f} :: deficiency
déficient {adj} :: deficient
déficient {adj} :: defective
déficit {m} [finance] :: deficit
déficit {m} [commerce] :: shortage (in weight)
déficit {m} :: deficiency
déficitaire {adj} :: loss-making, in the red
défier {vt} :: to defy, challenge
défigurer {v} :: to disfigure; to deform
défilé {m} :: parade
défilé {m} :: march in protest
défilé de mode {m} :: fashion show
défilement {m} [military] :: defilement: the use of terrain and fortification to protect a location from enfilading fire
défilement {m} [technology] :: unreeling, unwinding
défilement {m} [technology, film] :: playing, showing, projection
défilement {m} [computing] :: scrolling
défiler {vi} :: To parade or march
défiler {vi} :: To appear one after the other
défiler {vi} :: To unfold; to happen
défiler {vi} [computing] :: To scroll
défiler {vp} :: To slip away or off
défiler {vp} :: To weasel out of something; to cop out
défiler {vt} :: To undo thread that has been spun
défini {adj} :: defined
défini {adj} :: definite
définir {v} :: to define
définissable {adj} :: definable
définitif {adj} :: definitive
définition {f} :: definition
définitionnel {adj} :: definitional
définitivement {adv} :: definitively, for good, once and for all
définitoire {adj} :: definitory, defining
défiscaliser {v} :: (of a government) To reduce taxation
défiscaliser {v} :: (of a person or company) To reduce or to avoid paying taxes
déflagrant {adj} :: deflagrant
déflagration {f} :: detonation; explosion
déflagrer {v} :: to deflagrate
déflater {v} [economics] :: To deflate (cause deflation)
déflation {f} [economics] :: deflation
déflation {f} [geology] :: wind erosion
déflationniste {adj} :: deflationary
défléchir {vt} :: to deflect
déflecteur {m} :: deflector, baffle
déflecteur {m} :: quarterlight (small car window)
déflegmation {f} :: dephlegmation
déflegmer {vt} [chemistry] :: to dephlegmate
défleuraison {f} :: fall of the blossom
défleurir {vi} :: to shed blossoms
défleurir {vt} :: "to nip or strip off blossoms; to take off the bloom of fruit (by handling it)"
déflexion {f} :: deflection
déflorant {adj} :: deflowering
défloration {f} :: defloration, deflowering
déflorer {vt} :: to completely pluck (a flower)
déflorer {vt} :: to deflower
déflorer {vt} :: to spoil, to make impurify (take away purity)
défocaliser {vt} :: to unfocus
défolier {v} :: to defoliate
défoncé {adj} [slang] :: screwed up, wasted, stoned, high (on drugs)
défoncer {v} [agriculture] :: to deep-plough
défoncer {v} :: to smash in, smash up, break, break open (destroy violently)
défoncer {v} :: to rip, rip apart, tear apart
défoncer {vt} [of drugs] :: to fuck up, make high, screw up (intoxicate)
défoncer {vr} :: to get high, get pissed
défoncer {v} [vulgar] :: to fuck
défonçeuse {f} :: router (power tool)
déforestation {f} :: deforestation
déformé {adj} :: distorted, out of shape
déformable {adj} :: deformable
déformant {adj} :: distorting
déformateur {m} :: distorter, corrupter
déformation {f} :: deformation
déformation {f} :: distortion
déformation {f} :: deformity
déformation {f} [physics] :: strain
déformatrice {f} :: feminine singular of déformateur
déformer {v} :: distort, twist out of shape, contort (to bring something out of shape)
déformer {v} :: distort, pervert
défouetter {vt} :: to untie / unstring (in book-binding)
défoulement {m} :: catharsis
défoulement {m} :: unwinding
défouler {vt} :: to vent; to be a release for
défouler {vr} :: to let off steam; unwind
défouloir {m} :: stress relief
défouloir {m} :: escape valve
défourner {vt} :: to remove from an oven; to take out of an oven
défourrer {v} :: to remove the fur from
déféquer {v} :: to defecate
défraîchi {adj} :: withered
défraîchi {adj} :: tatty, tattered, torn
défraîchir {vt} :: to wither (destroy the freshness of)
défragmentation {f} :: Defragmentation
défragmenter {v} [computing] :: to defragment
défranciser {vt} :: to unfrenchify
défrayer {v} :: to defray (someone's expenses)
déférence {f} :: deference
déférent {adj} :: deferential
déférentiel {adj} :: deferential
déférer {v} :: to remand
défrichage {m} :: clearance of land (for crops, farms and etc)
défrichement {m} :: clearance
défrichement {m} :: reclamation
défricher {v} :: to clear (land, e.g. for agriculture)
défricheur {m} :: land-clearer
défricheur {m} :: pioneer
défriper {vt} :: to smooth out
défriser {v} :: to remove curls (usually from hair)
défroisser {vt} :: to iron [clothes]
défroncement {m} :: unplaiting, unfolding
défroncer {vt} :: to undo gathers, folds, or plaits
défroncer {vt} :: to unknit (the brows), to smooth (one's brow)
défroqué {adj} :: defrocked
défroque {f} :: cast-offs, rags
défroquer {v} :: To defrock
déféroxamine {f} [organic compound] :: deferoxamine
défruiter {vt} :: to remove fruit
défuner {vt} [navigation] :: "to strip (a mast)"
défunt {adj} [formal] :: (of a person) late, deceased
défunt {adj} [formal] :: (of a place, era etc.) which is dead and gone, bygone
défunt {adj} [literary] :: defunct
défunt {m} [formal] :: deceased
dég {adj} [colloquial] :: disgusted
dég {adj} [colloquial] :: disappointed
dég {adj} [colloquial] :: disgusting
dégagé {adj} :: clear
dégagé {adj} :: bare
dégagé {adj} :: disengaged
dégagé {adj} :: out in the sticks
dégagement {m} :: clearance, clearing
dégagement {m} :: emission (of gases)
dégagement {m} :: disengagement (military)
dégagement {m} :: freeing (of prisoners etc)
dégagement {m} [soccer] :: clearance
dégager {v} :: to free (someone or something)
dégager {v} [military] :: to relieve (a town, army, etc.)
dégager {v} :: to release (funds)
dégager {v} :: to clear (a table, area, nose etc.)
dégager {v} :: to give off, emit, radiate
dégager {v} :: to draw, bring out (a conclusion, idea etc.)
dégager {v} [sports] :: to clear (the ball)
dégager {vi} [vulgar] :: to get out of here
dégaine {f} [colloquial, pejorative] :: unusual appearance
dégaine {f} [climbing] :: quickdraw
dégainer {v} :: to unsheath
déganter {v} :: to remove gloves from a hand
dégarnir {vt} :: to strip (remove)
dégarnir {vr} :: to go bald
dégauchir {vt} :: to plane [a surface]
dégausser {v} :: to degauss
dégausseur {m} :: degausser
dégazage {m} :: degassing
dégazage {m} :: outgassing
dégazer {vt} :: to degas
dégel {m} :: thaw (action of unfreezing/melting)
dégel {m} [colloquialism, Canada] :: Spring thaw
dégeler {v} :: to defrost; to thaw
dégeu {adj} :: alternative form of dégueu
dégingandé {adj} :: lanky, gangling
dégivrable {adj} :: defrostable
dégivrage {m} :: defrosting
dégivrage {m} :: deicing
dégivrer {vt} :: to de-ice, defrost
dégivreur {m} :: defroster
dégivreur {m} :: deicer
déglaçage {m} :: deglazing
déglacer {vt} :: to de-ice, remove ice from
déglacer {v} [colloquial] :: to warm up, defrost (a cold person or animal)
déglinguer {v} [slang] :: to knacker, screw up
déglinguer {v} [vulgar] :: to fuck, screw
dégluer {v} :: to remove birdlime (from)
déglutination {f} :: swallowing
déglutination {f} :: deglutination
déglutination {f} :: detachment
déglutir {v} :: to swallow; swallow down (food)
déglutition {f} :: deglutition, swallowing
dégénéré {adj} :: degenerate (all senses)
dégénératif {adj} :: degenerative
dégénérer {v} :: to degenerate
dégénérer {vi} :: to take a turn for the worse, to go south
dégénérescence {f} :: degeneration
dégénérescent {adj} :: That has become degenerate
dégobiller {v} [colloquial] :: to throw up, puke
dégoiser {v} :: to rattle off (speak volubly)
dégommer {vt} :: to degum
dégommer {v} [Switzerland] :: to leave (a place)
dégommer {vt} [colloquial] :: to bump off somebody
dégonder {vt} :: to unhinge, to take from its hinge
dégonder {vr} :: "to come unhinged, to come off its hinges; to be unhinged (confused)"
dégonflement {m} :: deflation
dégonfler {vt} :: to deflate
dégonfler {vr} :: to deflate, go down
dégonfler {vr} [slang] :: to chicken out
dégor {m} :: a discharging tube in a distilling vessel
dégorgement {m} :: disgorgement
dégorger {v} [of a liquid or figuratively] :: to flow into, to spill into
dégoût {m} :: disgust
dégoûtamment {adv} :: disgustingly
dégoûtant {adj} :: disgusting
dégoûter {v} :: to disgust, to nauseate, to sicken, to turn the stomach of
dégoûter {vr} :: to grow disgusted of, to tire of, to grow sick and tired of
dégoter {vt} [colloquial] :: to dig up
dégotter {v} [colloquial] :: to dig up
dégoudronner {vt} :: to detar
dégoulinant {adj} :: dripping
dégouliner {v} :: to drip
dégoupiller {vt} :: to unpin
dégourdir {vr} :: to warm up (one's fingers etc); to stretch (one's legs)
dégourdir {vt} :: to teach a thing or two, knock the rough edges off
dégout {m} :: alternative form of dégoût
dégoutamment {adv} :: disgustingly
dégoutant {adj} :: alternative spelling of dégoûtant
dégouter {v} :: alternative spelling of dégoûter
dégoutter {v} :: to drip
dégradé {m} :: color gradient
dégradable {adj} :: degradable
dégradant {adj} :: degrading
dégradation {f} :: degradation
dégrader {v} :: to demote (lower someone's position in an organisation)
dégrader {v} :: to degrade (lessen someone's reputation)
dégrader {v} :: to deface (vandalise)
dégrafer {vt} :: to unclasp, unfasten, unhook (a piece of clothing)
dégrafer {vp} :: to unbutton oneself, take one's clothes off
dégraissage {m} :: degreasing
dégraissage {m} :: dry cleaning
dégraisser {vt} :: to degrease
dégraisser {vt} :: to remove fat from
dégravoyer {vt} [architecture] :: to bare, to lay bare
dégrayer {vr} [Quebec] :: to take off one's outer garments (such as coat, hat or gloves)
dégréement {m} :: unrigging
dégréer {vt} [nautical] :: to unrig
dégressif {adj} :: decreasing, degressive
dégrever {vt} :: to unburden
dégrever {vt} :: to take a weight off (someone's shoulders)
dégriffer {vt} :: to scratch off (a mark)
dégringolade {f} :: fall, tumble; collapse
dégringoler {vi} :: To tumble, to fall down
dégringoler {vi} :: [of numbers] To tumble, to fall (decrease)
dégriser {v} :: to sober up
dégrossage {m} :: "drawing fine; (wire-drawing) reducing
dégrosser {vt} :: "(wire-drawing) to reduce; to draw smaller
dégrossir {vt} :: to rough-hew
dégrossir {vt} :: to dress down; tell off
dégrossissage {m} :: roughing
dégrossissage {m} :: clearing
dégrouiller {vr} [colloquial] :: to hurry up; make it snappy
dégroupage {m} :: unbundling
dégrouper {vt} :: to ungroup; take apart, separate
dégrèvement {m} :: relief (of taxes etc)
dégrèvement {m} :: rebate
dégât {m} :: damage
dégât des eaux {m} [idiomatic, plurale tantum, European French, insurance] :: water damage
dégât des eaux {m} [European French, insurance] :: An incident, such as a burst pipe or overflowing tub, that causes water damage
déguenillé {adj} :: ragged, tattered
déguerpir {vi} :: to flee, to run off; to scram, skedaddle, scarper
déguerpir {v} :: to bug
dégueu {adj} [colloquial] :: bloody disgusting; rank; yucky
dégueulasse {adj} [slang] :: bloody disgusting; rank; yucky
dégueulasse {adj} [Québec, slang] :: cool, wicked, amazing
dégueulassement {adv} [colloquial] :: disgustingly, revoltingly
dégueulasserie {f} :: disgusting behaviour
dégueuler {v} [slang] :: to chuck up; to spew; to throw up (to vomit)
dégueulis {m} [colloquial, slang] :: vomit
déguignonner {vt} :: to change ill-luck
déguisement {m} :: disguise, costume (outfit worn to hide one's identity)
déguisement {m} :: camouflage
déguisement {m} :: fancy dress
déguiser {vt} :: to disguise (change someone's appearance to make him/her look different)
déguiser {vt} :: to disguise (hide something by covering it up)
dégustateur {m} :: taster
dégustation {f} :: tasting, act of tasting or trying out food
dégustatrice {f} :: feminine singular of dégustateur
déguster {v} :: to try, to taste (food or drink)
déguster {v} :: to savor, to relish something
d'habitude {adv} :: usually
dhamma {m} :: dhamma
déhanché {adj} :: lopsided
déhanchement {m} :: lopsidedness
déhanchement {m} [in the plural] :: swaying hips
déhancher {vr} :: to wiggle one's hips, sway one's hips
déharnachement {m} :: unharnessing
déharnacher {vt} :: to unharness
d'homme à homme {phrase} :: man-to-man
déhouiller {vt} :: to remove coal from
déhydratant {adj} :: dehydrating, drying
déhydrogénation {f} [chemistry] :: dehydrogenation
di- {prefix} :: di-
dia {interj} :: yah!, cry to make (a) working animal(s) etc. advance or turn left
dia- {prefix} :: dia-
diable {m} [religion, mythology] :: devil
diable {m} [colloquial] :: rogue, (old) devil
diable {m} :: hand truck
diable {prop} {m} :: the Devil
diable {interj} [dated] :: dash it!, deuce!
diablement {adv} :: fiendishly, devilishly
diablerie {f} :: devilry; the deeds or the domain of the devil
diablerie {f} :: witchcraft, diablerie
diablerie {f} :: mischief, machination
diablerie {f} :: a painting or play about the devil
diablesse {f} :: she-devil, demoness
diableteau {m} :: A little devil; an imp
diable vauvert {adv} [idiomatic] :: a million miles away, to the ends of the earth
diablotin {m} :: small devil, imp
diablotin {m} :: lively, impish child
diablotin {m} :: a certain type of sail
diabolique {adj} :: diabolic (relating to the Devil or to devils)
diaboliquement {adv} :: diabolically
diabolisation {f} :: demonization
diaboliser {v} :: to demonise
diaboliste {mf} :: devil-worshipper
diaboliste {adj} :: devil worship (attributive)
diaboliste {mf} :: diaboloist
diabolo {m} [juggling] :: diabolo
diabolo {m} :: a sort of sugary non-alcoholic drink
diabète {m} :: diabetes
diabétique {adj} :: diabetic
diabétique {mf} :: diabetic
diabétologue {mf} :: diabetologist
diacaustique {adj} :: diacaustic
diachronie {f} :: diachrony
diachronique {adj} :: diachronic
diacide {m} [chemistry] :: diacid
diaclase {f} [geology] :: diaclasis
diacre {m} [Christianity] :: deacon
diacritique {adj} :: diacritical
diacritique {m} :: diacritic (special mark)
diacritique {f} :: diacritics
diacritiquement {adv} :: diacritically
diacétate {m} [chemistry] :: diacetate
diacétyle {m} [organic chemistry] :: diacetyl
diacétylène {m} [organic compound] :: diacetylene
diacylglycérol {m} [organic chemistry] :: diacylglycerol
diadème {m} :: diadem
diagenèse {f} [geology] :: diagenesis
diagenétique {adj} [geology] :: diagenetic
diagnostic {m} :: diagnosis
diagnostiqué {adj} :: diagnosed
diagnostiquer {vt} :: to diagnose (determine the root cause of)
diagénèse {f} :: alternative form of diagenèse
diagomètre {m} :: diagometer
diagonal {adj} :: diagonal, transverse, oblique
diagonale {f} :: diagonal
diagonalement {adv} :: diagonally
diagonalisabilité {f} :: diagonalizability
diagonalisable {adj} [maths] :: diagonalizable
diagonaliser {v} [maths] :: To diagonalize
diagramme {m} :: diagram
diagraphe {m} :: diagraph
diagraphie {f} :: diagraphy
diaire {m} :: journal
diaire {m} :: diary
dialcool {m} [organic chemistry] :: diol
dialdéhyde {m} [organic chemistry] :: dialdehyde
dialectal {adj} :: dialectal
dialecte {m} [linguistics] :: language socially subordinate to a regional or national standard language, often historically cognate to the standard, but not a variety of it or in any other sense derived from it
dialecte {m} [colloquial] :: dialect
dialectique {adj} :: dialectic, dialectical
dialectiquement {adv} :: dialectically
diallèle {m} :: diallel
dialogique {adj} :: dialogic
dialogiquement {adv} :: dialogically
dialogue {m} :: dialogue
dialogue de sourds {m} [figuratively] :: a dialogue where both participants speak past one another, without listening to each other
dialoguer {v} :: to dialogue, discuss, negotiate
dialoguiste {mf} :: dialogue writer; scriptwriter
dialysé {adj} :: dialyzed
dialysat {m} [medicine] :: dialysate
dialyse {f} [chemistry, medicine] :: dialysis (chemical method)
dialyser {v} :: to dialyze
diamagnétique {adj} :: diamagnetic
diamagnétiquement {adv} :: diamagnetically
diamagnétisme {m} [physics] :: diamagnetism
diamant {m} :: diamond (gem)
diamant {m} :: diamond (shape)
diamant {m} :: needle (of a record player)
diamant {m} [uncountable, printing, dated] :: excelsior (a small size of type, standardized as 3 point)
diamanté {adj} :: adorned with diamonds
diamanter {v} :: to diamond (adorn with diamonds)
diamantifère {adj} :: diamondiferous
diamant mandarin {m} :: zebra finch
diamine {f} [chemistry] :: diamine
diaminobenzène {m} [organic compound] :: diaminobenzene
diaminoéthane {m} [organic compound] :: diaminoethane
diamétral {adj} [chiefly geometry] :: diametric
diamétralement {adv} :: diametrically
diamètre {m} :: diameter
diane {f} [military, now literary] :: reveille
Diane {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: Diana
Diane {prop} {f} :: given name
dianétique {adj} :: Dianetic
dianétique {f} :: Dianetics
diantre {interj} [archaic] :: the deuce!
diantrement {adv} :: devilishly
diapason {m} [music, uncountable] :: range, diapason
diapason {m} [countable] :: a tuning fork
diaphane {adj} [physics or formal] :: diaphanous, translucent
diaphane {adj} [of a person or their physical traits] :: delicate, fragile
diaphanement {adv} :: diaphanously
diaphanéité {f} :: transparency, diaphaneity
diaphanomètre {m} :: diaphanometer
diaphorèse {f} :: diaphoresis
diaphragmatique {adj} :: diaphragmatic
diaphragme {m} [anatomy] :: diaphragm
diaphragme {m} [photography] :: diaphragm
diaphragme {m} :: diaphragm (contraceptive)
diaphragmer {v} [photography] :: to diaphragm
diaphyse {f} [anatomy] :: diaphysis
diapo {f} :: clipping of diapositive
diaporama {m} :: a slideshow
diapositive {f} [photography] :: slide (used with a projector for projecting images)
diapré {adj} :: multicoloured, variegated
diaprer {vt} :: to variegate, diaper; to iridize
diarchie {f} :: alternative spelling of dyarchie
diarrhée {f} :: diarrhea (medical condition)
diarrhœe {f} :: obsolete form of diarrhée
diarrhéique {adj} :: diarrheal
diarthrose {f} [anatomy] :: diarthrosis
diaspora {f} :: diaspora
diasporamètre {m} :: diasporameter
diastasique {adj} :: diastasic
diastème {m} :: diastema, gap between teeth
diastole {f} [physiology] :: diastole
diastolique {adj} :: diastolic
diastéréoisomère {m} :: diastereoisomer
diastéréoisomère {adj} :: diastereoisomeric
diastéréomère {m} :: alternative form of diastéréoisomère
diastéréotope {adj} [chemistry] :: diastereotopic
diathermane {adj} :: diathermic
diathermanéité {f} :: diathermancy
diathèse {f} [medicine, grammar] :: diathesis
diatomée {f} :: diatom
diatomicité {f} [chemistry] :: diatomicity
diatomique {adj} [chemistry] ::  diatomic
diaton {m} [music] :: An interval of two whole tones
diatonique {adj} [music] :: diatonic
diatoniquement {adv} :: diatonically
diatribe {f} :: diatribe (abusive, bitter discourse)
diazène {m} [chemistry] :: diazene
diazotation {f} [organic chemistry] :: diazotization
diazote {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: dinitrogen (nitrogen molecule)
diazépine {f} [organic compound] :: diazepine
dibrome {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: dibromine
dibromure {m} [chemistry] :: dibromide
dicarboxylique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: dicarboxylic
dicastère {m} :: dicastery
diœcese {m} :: obsolete form of diocèse
dichlore {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: dichlorine
dichlorobenzène {m} [organic compound] :: dichlorobenzene
dichlorodiphényltrichloroéthane {m} [organic compound] :: dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane
dichlorométhane {m} [organic compound] :: dichloromethane
dichlorure {m} [chemistry] :: dichloride
dichogamie {f} :: dichogamy
dichotomie {f} :: dichotomy
dichotomique {adj} :: dichotomous
dichotomiquement {adv} :: dichotomously
dichroé {adj} :: synonym of bicolore
dichromatique {adj} :: dichromatic
dichroïque {adj} :: dichroic
dichroïsme {m} :: dichroism
déicide {adj} :: deicidal (pertaining to killing a god)
déicide {m} :: deicide
dickensien {adj} :: Dickensian
dico {m} [colloquial] :: dictionary
dicotylédone {f} :: dicotyledon
dictame {m} [botany] :: dittany, dictamnus
dictame {m} [figuratively] :: balm
dictaphone {m} :: dictation machine, dictaphone
dictateur {m} :: dictator
dictatorial {adj} :: dictatorial
dictatorialement {adv} :: dictatorially
dictatrice {f} :: feminine noun of dictateur
dictature {f} :: dictatorship
dictée {f} :: dictation (the process of speaking for someone else to write down the words)
dicter {v} :: to dictate
dictionnaire {m} :: dictionary: a list of words, usually arranged alphabetically and presented with definitions or translations
dictionnaire {m} [computing] :: dictionary, an associative array
dictionnairique {adj} [rare] :: dictionaric
déictique {adj} [grammar] :: deictic
dicton {m} :: saying, maxim, proverb, adage
dicétone {m} [organic chemistry] :: diketone
dictyoptère {m} :: dictyopteran
dicyanure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: dicyanide
didacticiel {m} [computing] :: courseware (educational software)
didactique {adj} :: didactic (instructive or intended to teach or demonstrate)
didactique {f} :: didacticism
didactiquement {adv} :: didactically
didascalie {f} [theatre] :: caption
Didenheim {prop} :: Didenheim
didermique {adj} :: diderm, didermic
Diderot {prop} :: surname
Diderot {prop} :: Denis Diderot, French philosopher
Didier {prop} :: given name, borne by two early French saints
didodécaèdre {adj} :: didodecahedral
Didon {prop} {f} :: Dido (legendary foundress and queen of Carthage)
didrachme {m} :: didrachma
dièdre {m} :: dihedron
didyme {m} :: didymium
Didyme {prop} :: Didymus
diencéphale {m} [anatomy] :: diencephalon
dieppois {adj} :: Of or from Dieppe
Dieppois {m} :: Native or inhabitant of Dieppe
Dieppoise {f} :: feminine singular of Dieppois
diesel {m} :: alternative form of diésel
Dietemann {prop} :: surname
dieu {m} :: A god, male divinity
Dieu {prop} {m} :: God
dieudonnesque {adj} :: Characteristic of French comedian and political activist Dieudonné
DIF {m} :: initialism of droit individuel à la formation
diffa {f} [Morocco] :: feast, banquet [especially for a wedding]
diffamateur {m} :: libeller, slanderer, defamer
diffamation {f} :: defamation
diffamatoire {adj} :: defamatory; slanderous
diffamatrice {f} :: feminine singular of diffamateur
diffamer {v} :: to defame; smear; ruin the name of
difficile {adj} :: difficult
difficile {adj} :: choosy, fussy, picky
difficilement {adv} :: difficultly, with difficulty
difficulté {f} :: difficulty
difficultueusement {adv} :: problematically
difficultueux {adj} [rare] :: problematic (leading to all sorts of difficulties)
difféomorphe {adj} [maths] :: diffeomorphic
difféomorphisme {m} [maths] :: diffeomorphism
difforme {adj} :: misshapen, deformed
difformité {f} :: deformity
diffracter {vt} :: to diffract
diffractif {adj} [physics] :: diffractive
diffraction {f} :: diffraction
diffractométrie {f} :: diffractometry
différemment {adv} :: differently
différence {f} :: difference
différencié {adj} :: differentiated
différenciable {adj} :: differentiable
différenciation {f} :: differentiation
différencier {vt} :: to differentiate (all senses), distinguish
différend {m} :: dispute, difference, debate, disagreement
différent {adj} :: different
différentié {adj} [mathematics] :: differentiated
différentiable {adj} :: differentiable
différentiation {f} :: differentiation (all senses)
différentiel {m} [mathematics] :: differential
différentiel {adj} [mathematics] :: differential
différentiellement {adv} :: differentially
différentier {vt} :: alternative form of différencier
différer {v} :: to differ
diffus {adj} :: diffuse
diffuser {v} :: to diffuse
diffuser {v} :: to broadcast
diffuseur {m} :: diffuser
diffuseur {m} :: distributor (newspapers)
diffusible {adj} :: diffusible
diffusif {adj} :: diffusive
diffusion {f} :: broadcasting, showing
diffusion {f} :: dissemination, diffusion (of culture, knowledge, etc.)
diffusion {f} :: circulation (of a news medium)
diffusion {f} [physics] :: diffusion
diffusément {adv} :: diffusely
déification {f} :: deification
dificile {adj} :: obsolete spelling of difficile
déifier {v} :: to deify
déifique {adj} :: deific
difluor {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: difluorine
difluorure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: difluoride
difonctionnel {adj} :: difunctional
digame {adj} :: digamous
digamma {m} :: digamma (Greek letter)
digastrique {adj} [anatomy] :: digastric
digesteur {m} [chemistry] :: digester
digestibilité {f} :: digestibility
digestible {adj} :: digestible
digestif {m} :: a digestive
digestif {m} :: a digestif
digestion {f} :: digestion
digital {adj} :: of or pertaining to fingers or toes
digital {adj} :: digital
digitale {f} [botany, pharmacy] :: digitalis
digitale {f} :: foxglove
digitigrade {adj} :: digitigrade
digitigrade {m} :: digitigrade
diglossie {f} :: diglossia
diglycéride {m} [organic chemistry] :: diglyceride
digne {adj} :: worthy
digne {adj} :: Having dignity; dignified
dignement {adv} :: worthily, fittingly, with dignity
dignité {f} :: dignity
dignitaire {m} :: dignitary
digone {adj} [maths] :: digonal
digone {m} [geometry] :: digon
digraphie {f} :: digraphia
digérer {v} [literally and figuratively] :: to digest
digérer {v} :: to come to terms with, to accept
digresser {vt} :: to digress
digressif {adj} :: digressive
digression {f} :: digression
digressivement {adv} :: digressively
diégèse {f} :: diegesis
diégétique {adj} :: diegetic
digue {f} :: seawall, dyke, breakwater
digynie {f} [biology] :: digyny
diholoside {m} [carbohydrate] :: disaccharide
dihydraté {adj} [chemistry] :: dihydrated
dihydrique {adj} [chemistry] :: dihydric
dihydrobenzène {m} [organic compound] :: dihydrobenzene, cyclohexadiene
dihydroergocalciférol {m} [organic compound] :: dihydroergocalciferol
dihydrogène {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: dihydrogen (hydrogen molecule)
dihydrotestostérone {f} [organic compound] :: dihydrotestosterone
dihydroxyacétone {f} [carbohydrate] :: dihydroxyacetone
dihydroxyde {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: dihydroxide
dihydrure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: dihydride
diiode {m} [inorganic compound] :: diiodine (the normal I2 molecule)
diiodométhane {m} [organic compound] :: diiodomethane
diiodure {m} [chemistry] :: diiodide
Dijon {prop} {m} :: Dijon
dijonnais {adj} :: of or from Dijon
Dijonnais {m} :: someone of or from Dijon
Dijonnaise {f} :: feminine noun of Dijonnais
diktat {m} :: diktat
dilacérer {v} :: to shred
dilapidation {f} :: waste
dilapidation {f} :: an embezzlement for one's own profit
dilapider {vt} :: to squander, waste, whittle away
dilaté {adj} :: dilated
dilatabilité {f} :: dilatability
dilatable {adj} :: dilatable
dilatateur {adj} :: dilatative (causing dilation)
dilatation {f} :: dilation; act or instance of dilating
dilater {vt} :: to dilate
dilatoire {adj} :: dilatory, delaying
dilatoirement {adv} :: dilatorily
dilatomètre {m} :: dilatometer
dilatométrie {f} :: dilatometry
dilatométrique {adj} :: dilatometric
diélectrique {adj} :: dielectric
diélectrique {m} :: dielectric
diélectriquement {adv} :: dielectrically
dilemme {m} :: dilemma
dilettante {mf} :: dilettante
dilettantisme {m} :: amateurism
diligemment {adv} :: diligently
diligence {f} [uncountable] :: diligence, conscientiousness
diligence {f} [uncountable] :: haste
diligence {f} [countable] :: stage-coach, diligence
diligent {adj} :: diligent (performing with intense concentration)
diligenter {v} :: To expedite
dilué {adj} :: diluted
diluable {adj} :: dilutable
diluer {v} :: to dilute
dilution {f} :: dilution
diluvial {adj} :: diluvial
diluvien {adj} :: diluvial
dimanche {m} :: Sunday
dimanche de Pâques {prop} {m} :: Easter Sunday
dimanganèse {m} [inorganic chemistry, in combination] :: dimanganese
dimension {f} :: dimension
dimensionnalité {f} :: dimensionality
dimensionnel {adj} :: dimensional
dimensionnellement {adv} :: dimensionally
dimensionnement {m} :: sizing, dimensioning
dimensionner {v} :: to size, size up
diminuer {v} :: to diminish
diminuer {v} :: to decrease
diminuteur {m} [maths] :: subtrahend
diminutif {adj} :: diminutive, small in size
diminutif {m} :: diminutive (word form expressing smallness)
diminution {f} :: diminution, abatement
diminutivement {adv} :: diminutively
Dimitri {prop} :: given name
dimorphisme {m} :: dimorphism
dimère {adj} :: dimeric
dimère {m} :: dimer
dimérique {adj} [chemistry] :: dimeric
dimérisation {f} [chemistry] :: dimerization
dimériser {v} [chemistry] :: To dimerize / dimerise
diméthyl {m} [organic chemistry, in combination] :: dimethyl
diméthylbutane {m} [organic compound] :: dimethylbutane
diméthylcétone {m} [organic compound] :: acetone
diméthyle {m} [organic chemistry, in combination] :: dimethyl
diméthylformamide {m} [organic compound] :: dimethylformamide
diméthylglycine {f} [organic compound] :: dimethylglycine
diméthylmercure {m} [organic compound] :: dimethylmercury
diméthylpropane {m} [organic compound] :: dimethylpropane
diméthylsilanediol {m} [organic chemistry] :: dimethylsiloxane
diméthylsulfure {m} [organic compound] :: dimethylsulfide
diméthyléther {m} [organic compound] :: dimethyl ether
dim up {mp} [colloquial] :: hold-ups
dinanderie {f} :: brassware
Dinarque {prop} {m} [Ancient Greece] :: Dinarchus
dinatoire {adj} :: prandial
dinde {f} :: turkey-hen (a female turkey)
dinde {f} [cooking] :: turkey meat (of a male or a female turkey)
dindon {m} :: turkey-cock (a male turkey)
dindon de la farce {m} [colloquial, pejorative] :: the sucker, the patsy, the fall guy; the butt of the joke
dindonneau {m} :: turkey poult
diène {m} [organic chemistry] :: diene
diéne {m} [organic compound] :: diene
diner {v} :: alternative spelling of dîner
dineur {m} :: alternative spelling of dîneur
dineuse {f} :: feminine noun of dineur
dinghy {m} [nautical] :: dinghy
Dingo {prop} {m} :: Goofy (cartoon character)
dingue {adj} [slang] :: mad, crazy, nuts
-dingue {suffix} [colloquial] :: suffix used to form augmentatives
dinguer {v} :: to ding (hit or strike)
Dinh {prop} :: surname
dinitrobenzène {m} [organic compound] :: dinitrobenzene
dinitronitramide {m} [inorganic compound] :: trinitramide
dinitrophénol {m} [organic compound] :: dinitrophenol
dino {m} :: dino
diénoïque {adj} :: dienoic
dinosaure {m} :: dinosaur
dinucléaire {adj} :: dinuclear
dinucléotide {m} [biochemistry] :: dinucleotide
diocésain {adj} :: diocesan
diocèse {m} [Christianity] :: diocese
Diodore {prop} {m} :: Diodorus
Diogène {prop} {m} :: an Ancient Greek given name
Diogène {prop} {m} :: in particular, the Ancient Greek Cynic philosopher Diogenes
diogénite {f} [mineral] :: diogenite
diol {m} [organic compound] :: diol
Dion {prop} :: surname
dionée {f} :: Venus flytrap
Diophante {prop} {m} :: the Ancient Greek mathematician Diophantus
diopside {m} [mineral] :: diopside
dioptase {f} :: dioptase
dioptrique {adj} :: dioptric
dioptrique {f} :: dioptrics
dioïque {adj} [organic chemistry] :: dioic
diorite {f} [rock] :: diorite
Dioscures {prop} :: Dioscuri
dioside {m} [organic chemistry] :: disaccharide
diosmine {f} :: diosmin
diot {m} :: A type of sausage from Savoy
diotis {m} :: cottonweed
dioxine {f} [organic compound] :: dioxin
dioxétane {m} [organic compound] :: dioxetane
dioxyde {m} [chemistry] :: dioxide
dioxyde de carbone {m} :: carbon dioxide (CO2)
dioxygène {m} :: dioxygen
dioxygényle {m} [inorganic compound] :: dioxygenyl
dipe {m} :: three-toed jerboa (Dipus sagitta and Stylodipus spp.)
diphasé {adj} :: two-phase
Diphile {prop} {m} :: Diphilus
diphénadione {f} [organic compound] :: diphenadione
diphénylamine {m} [organic compound] :: diphenylamine
diphényle {m} [organic chemistry, in ombination] :: diphenyl
diphosgène {m} [organic compound] :: diphosgene
diphthongaison {f} :: alternative form of diphtongaison
diphthongue {f} :: alternative form of diphtongue
diphtongaison {f} [phonetics, phonology] :: diphthongization
diphtongue {f} [phonetics, phonology] :: diphthong
diphtongue {f} [incorrectly] :: digraph, trigraph
diphtérie {f} [pathology] :: diphtheria
diphtérique {adj} :: diphtheritic
diphycerque {adj} :: diphycercal
diphyodonte {adj} [anatomy] :: diphyodont
diphyodonte {m} [biology] :: diphyodont
diphyodontie {f} [anatomy] :: diphyodonty
dipinto {m} [archaeology, epigraphy] :: a dipinto
dipôle {m} [physics] :: dipole
diplômé {adj} :: Having a diploma or a degree
diplômé {m} :: Degree-holder, someone who has a degree
diplôme {m} :: degree (academic award)
diplôme {m} :: diploma
diplômer {vt} :: To graduate; to attribute a diploma to
diploé {m} [anatomy] :: diploe
diploblastique {adj} :: diploblastic
diploïde {adj} :: diploid (of a cell, having a pair of each type of chromosome)
diploèdre {m} :: diplohedron
diplomate {mf} :: diplomat
diplomatie {f} :: diplomacy
diplomatique {adj} :: diplomatic
diplomatiquement {adv} :: diplomatically
diplopie {f} :: diplopia
diplotaxis {m} :: wall rocket (of the genus Diplotaxis (Brassicaceae))
diploure {m} :: dipluran
dipneuste {m} :: lungfish
dipolaire {adj} [physics] :: dipolar; dipole (attributive)
dipotassique {adj} [chemistry] :: dipotassium (attributive)
diptère {m} :: dipteran
diptyque {m} [arts] :: diptych
diptyque {m} :: two-part film
dipyramide {m} [geometry] :: dipyramid
dire {v} :: to say, to tell
dire {m} :: saying (that which is said)
dire {m} :: belief, opinion
direct {adj} :: direct
direct {adv} [colloquial] :: directly
directement {adv} :: directly
directer {v} [Louisiana French] :: to run; to direct
directeur {adj} :: leading, managing
directeur {m} :: director
directeur {m} :: school principal
directeur sportif {m} :: sports director
direction {f} :: (spatial) direction
direction {f} [figuratively] :: direction
direction {f} :: government
direction {f} [figuratively] :: the director of the administration/organisation
direction {f} :: (occasional, figurative) the territory administered by a government
direction assistée {f} :: power steering
directionnel {adj} :: directional (of or pertaining to direction)
directive {f} :: directive, general instructions, guideline
directoire {m} :: directory
directoire {m} :: board of directors
directorial {adj} :: directorial, managerial
directos {adv} [colloquial] :: directly
directrice {f} :: director
directrice {f} :: principal (of school)
dire du mal {v} [colloquial] :: [de] to speak ill of, to badmouth, to slag off, to backbite, to talk about someone behind their back
dire que {conj} [colloquial] :: to think that
dire quelque chose {v} [idiom] :: to ring a bell
dire quelque chose {v} [literal] :: to say something
diærese {f} :: obsolete form of diérèse
dire ses quatre vérités {v} [à] :: [colloquial] to give someone a piece of one's mind; to tell someone some home truths
dirhombicosidodécaèdre {m} :: dirhombicosidodecahedron
dirhombidodécaèdre {m} :: dirhombidodecahedron
dirigeable {adj} :: directable
dirigeable {m} :: dirigible, blimp
dirigeant {adj} :: managing
dirigeant {m} :: ruler, leader
diriger {vt} :: to run; to direct (be the director of)
diriger {v} :: to supervise; to oversee
diriger {v} :: to steer (vehicles)
diriger {v} :: to aim, to direct
diriger {v} :: to direct (a film)
diriger {vr} [se diriger] :: To go towards; to head (for)
dirigisme {m} :: dirigisme (politico-economic doctrine)
dirigiste {adj} :: dirigiste (of or relating to the doctrine of dirigisme)
dirigiste {mf} :: dirigiste (advocate of dirigisme)
dirimant {adj} [law] :: diriment, nullifying, precluding, prohibitive
dirlo {m} [colloquial] :: school principal
diérèse {f} :: diaeresis (all meanings)
dis- {prefix} :: dis-
disassortatif {adj} :: disassortative
discal {adj} :: relating to disk in the spine
discernable {adj} :: discernible
discernement {m} :: (good) judgment
discerner {v} :: to discern
disciforme {adj} :: disciform
disciple {m} :: disciple
disciplinaire {adj} :: disciplinary
disciplinairement {adv} :: disciplinarily
discipline {f} :: discipline, sanction
discipline {f} :: discipline, self-control
discipline {f} :: discipline, branch
discipliner {v} :: to (submit to) discipline, punish
discipliner {v} :: to discipline, drill
discobole {m} :: discobolus, discus thrower
discoïde {adj} :: discoid
discographie {f} [medicine] :: discography
discographie {f} :: discography (complete collection of the releases of a musical act)
discographique {adj} :: discographic
discographiquement {adv} :: discographically
discompte {m} :: discount
disconnexe {adj} [topology] :: disconnected
discontinu {adj} :: discontinuous, intermittent
discontinuité {f} :: discontinuity
disconvenable {adj} :: inappropriate
disconvenablement {adv} :: inappropriately
disconvenir {v} :: to disagree
disconvenir {v} :: to be inappropriate; to be unsuitable
discophile {mf} :: discophile
discordamment {adv} :: discordantly
discordant {adj} :: discordant, dissonant
discordant {adj} :: grating, jarring
discorde {f} :: discord
discorder {v} :: to discord
discothèque {f} :: discotheque (nightclub)
discoureur {m} :: babbler; waffler
discoureuse {f} :: babbler; waffler (female)
discourir {vi} :: to talk, discourse, hold forth
discours {m} :: oral presentation; discourse; speech; oration
discours direct {m} [grammar, narratology] :: direct speech
discours indirect {m} [grammar, narratology] :: reported speech, indirect speech
discourtois {adj} :: discourteous
discourtoisement {adv} :: discourteously
discrédit {m} :: disrepute
discréditer {v} :: to discredit (harm reputation)
discret {adj} :: discreet
discret {adj} [mathematics] :: discrete
discriminant {m} [mathematics] :: discriminant
discrimination {f} :: discrimination, distinction
discrimination positive {f} :: reverse discrimination, affirmative action
discriminatoire {adj} :: discriminatory
discriminer {v} :: to discriminate (to differentiate)
discriminer {v} :: to discriminate (to treat people based on prejudice)
discrépance {f} :: discrepancy
discrètement {adv} :: discreetly, discretely
discrétion {f} :: discretion
discrétionnaire {adj} :: discretionary
discrétionnairement {adv} :: discretionarily
discrétisé {adj} :: discretized / discretised
discrétisation {f} :: discretization
discrétiser {vt} :: To discretize / discretise
discrétos {adv} [colloquial] :: synonym of discrètement
disculper {vt} :: to exonerate
discursif {adj} :: discursive
discursivement {adv} :: discursively
discussion {f} :: conversation, discussion (not contradictory or conflictual)
discutable {adj} :: debatable, arguable
discutablement {adv} :: disputably; debatably; arguably
discutailler {vi} :: to quibble
discutant {m} :: discussant; a participant in a formal or academic discussion
discutante {f} :: feminine noun of discutant
discuter {v} :: to discuss
discuter {v} :: to chat
dis donc {interj} :: so; listen up
dièse {m} [music, history] :: diesis
dièse {m} [music] :: sharp
dièse {m} :: hash (punctuation mark)
diésel {adj} :: diesel
diésel {m} :: diesel
diéser {v} [music] :: to sharp
disert {adj} :: eloquent, forthcoming
disert {adj} :: talkative
disertement {adv} :: eloquently
disertement {adv} :: talkatively
disette {f} :: scarcity, shortage, dearth
disette {f} [specifically] :: food shortage, famine
disette {f} [archaic] :: an old variety of beet
diseur {m} :: teller
diseur {m} :: monologist; elocutionist
diseuse {f} :: feminine noun of diseur
diseuse de bonne aventure {f} :: fortuneteller
disgracié {adj} :: disgraced
disgracieusement {adv} :: displeasingly
disgracieusement {adv} :: ungainly
disgracieux {adj} :: lacking refinement, displeasing, unsightly, ungainly
disgrâce {f} :: disgrace
disgression {f} :: alternative form of digression
disjoindre {vt} :: to separate
disjoindre {vp} :: to come apart, separate
disjoint {adj} :: disjoint, unattached
disjoncter {v} :: to fuse, break
disjoncteur {m} :: circuit breaker
disjonctif {adj} :: disjunctive
disjonction {f} :: disjunction
diséléniure {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: diselenide
disloqué {adj} :: dislocated
disloquer {vt} :: to dislocate
disloquer {vt} :: to break up, split up, smash up
déisme {m} :: deism
dis-moi qui tu fréquentes et je te dirai qui tu es {proverb} :: Birds of a feather flock together
dismuter {v} [chemistry] :: To dismutate
disneur {m} :: obsolete spelling of dîneur
disneuse {f} :: feminine noun of disneur
disodique {adj} [chemistry] :: disodium (attributive)
disomie {f} [cytology] :: disomy
disoufre {m} [inorganic chemistry, in combination] :: disulfur / disulphur
dispacheur {m} :: average adjuster, claims adjuster
disparaissable {adj} :: that can be made to disappear
disparaitre {v} :: alternative spelling of disparaître
disparate {adj} :: disparate; incongruous
disparaître {v} :: to disappear
disparaître {v} [video games] :: to despawn
dispareil {adj} :: uneven; unequal
disparité {f} :: disparity
disparition {f} :: disappearance
disparu {m} :: missing in action person
disparu {m} [euphemism] :: dead
disparu {adj} :: disappeared
dispatcher {v} :: to dispatch
dispendieusement {adv} :: expensively
dispendieux {adj} :: expensive
dispensaire {m} :: dispensary
dispensateur {m} :: dispenser, provider
dispense {f} :: dispensation
dispenser {vt} :: to excuse, exempt (de from)
dispenser {vt} [literary] :: to dispense, give out, radiate
dispenser {vt} :: to distribute, dispense
dispenser {vr} :: to avoid, refrain (de from)
disperser {v} :: to scatter; to disperse
dispersion {f} :: dispersion
dispersoïde {m} :: dispersoid
displacif {adj} :: displacive
dispo {adj} [colloquial] :: available
disponibilité {f} :: availability
disponible {adj} :: available (pour for, à to)
disposé {adj} :: organized, placed in a certain fashion, arranged
disposé {adj} :: willing, ready to do (something), prepared
disposer {vt} :: To organize, to arrange, to distribute in a certain fashion
disposer {vt} :: To prepare (something) for an occasion, to incline (someone) towards
disposer {vp} :: To prepare oneself for, to be about to
disposer {vi} :: To have at one's disposal or available; to have access to
disposer {vi} :: To use someone to do one's biddings
disposer {vi} :: To leave, to go
disposer {vi} [legal] :: To make use of one's right of dismembering, selling or otherwise dispose of a certain owned item
disposer {vt} [rare] :: To prepare psychologically
disposer {vi} [rare] :: To take measures, to decree
dispositif {m} :: arrangement, lay-out
dispositif {m} :: measures, expedient, means to an end
dispositif {m} :: device, machine, system
dispositif {m} :: operation, plan
dispositif {m} [legal] :: dispositif
dispositif intra-utérin {m} :: intrauterine device (contraceptive device)
disposition {f} :: arrangement; layout
disposition {f} :: disposal; the ability or authority to use something
disposition {f} :: step; arrangement; measure
disposition {f} :: disposition; tendency
disproportionné {adj} :: disproportionate
disproportionnellement {adv} :: disproportionally
disproportionnément {adv} :: disproportionately
dispute {f} :: dispute
disputer {v} :: to dispute
disputer {v} :: to take part in
disputeur {m} :: disputer
disputeuse {f} :: feminine singular of disputeur
disquaire {m} :: record dealer (one who sells music records)
disqualifier {v} :: to disqualify
disque {m} :: disc (any flat or nearly flat circular object)
disque {m} [mathematics] :: disc
disque {m} [athletics] :: discus
disque {m} [music] :: disk; record
disque {m} [computing] :: disk
disque {m} [anatomy] :: disc
disque {m} [mechanics] :: disk
disque {m} [astronomy] :: disk
disque compact {m} :: compact disk (CD)
disque dur {m} [computing] :: hard drive (device used for storing large amounts of data)
disquette {f} :: floppy disk (flexible disk used for storing digital data)
disquisition {f} [formal] :: disquisition
disrupter {v} [economics] :: To disrupt an economic model by disruptive innovation
disruption {f} :: break; fracture
dissécation {f} :: desiccation
dissection {f} :: dissection
dissemblable {adj} :: dissimilar, unlike
dissemblablement {adv} :: dissimilarly
dissemblance {f} :: dissemblance
dissension {f} :: dissension
dissentiment {m} :: dissent
dissentiment {m} :: disagreement
dissertation {f} :: dissertation, essay
disserter {vi} :: to discourse (on)
dissidence {f} :: dissent, dissidence
dissident {adj} :: dissenting, dissident
dissident {m} :: dissident, someone who has dissenting opinion
dissigne {m} [maths] :: alternative form of signe
dissimilaire {adj} :: dissimilar
dissimilation {f} [phonology] :: dissimilation
dissimiler {v} :: To dissimilate
dissimulateur {adj} :: dissembling
dissimulateur {m} :: dissembler
dissimulation {f} :: dissimulation
dissimuler {vt} :: to hide, to conceal
dissimuler {vr} :: to hide
dissipé {adj} :: Diverted from duty by frivolous distractions
dissipateur {adj} :: dissipative
dissipateur {m} :: dissipator
dissipatif {adj} [physics] :: dissipative
dissipation {f} :: clearing, dissipation, disappearance
dissiper {v} :: to dissipate
dissiper {v} :: to squander (waste)
dissiper {v} [literary] :: To distract (someone) from serious thoughts
disséminé {adj} :: disseminated, scattered, dispersed
dissémination {f} :: dissemination, scattering, strewing
dissémination {f} :: dispersal, proliferation
disséminer {vt} :: to disseminate, scatter, disperse
dissocié {adj} :: dissociated
dissociant {adj} :: dissociative, dissociating
dissociatif {adj} :: dissociative
dissocier {v} :: to dissociate
dissocier {v} :: to break up, separate
dissolu {adj} :: dissolute, profligate
dissoluble {adj} :: dissolvent, which can be dissolved
dissolument {adv} :: dissolutely, profligately
dissolution {f} :: dissolution
dissolvant {adj} :: solvent (able to dissolve)
dissolvant {m} :: solvent
dissonant {adj} :: dissonant
dissoudre {v} :: to dissolve
dissous {adj} :: dissolved
disséquer {v} :: to dissect
dissuader {v} :: to dissuade; to put off
dissuasif {adj} :: deterrent, dissuasive (serving to deter)
dissuasion {f} :: deterrence
dissymétrie {f} :: dissymmetry, imperfection
dissymétrique {adj} :: asymmetric, dissymmetric
distal {adj} [anatomy] :: distal
distalité {f} :: distality
distance {f} :: distance
distance de freinage {f} :: braking distance
distance focale {f} [photography] :: focal length
distance matrimoniale {f} :: mating distance
distancer {vt} :: to distance, outdistance
distanciation {f} :: detachment
distancier {v} :: to distance (be detached)
distant {adj} :: distant
distant {adj} :: aloof
déiste {adj} :: deist
déiste {mf} :: deist
distendre {vt} :: to distend
distendu {adj} :: distended
disthène {m} [mineral] :: kyanite
distillat {m} :: distillate
distillatoire {adj} :: distillation (attributive)
distiller {v} :: to distill
distinct {adj} :: distinct
distinct {adj} :: discrete
distinctement {adv} :: distinctly
distinctif {adj} :: distinctive
distinction {f} :: distinction (difference, honour)
distinctivement {adv} :: distinctively
distinguabilité {f} :: distinguishability (the state of being distinguishable)
distinguable {adj} :: distinguishable (able, or easily able to be distinguished)
distinguer {v} :: to distinguish
distinguer {vr} :: to be distinguished
distique {adj} [botany] :: distichous (arranged in two rows on each side of an axis)
distique {adj} [mineralogy] :: having two rows of facets around each base
distique {m} :: distich (couplet, especially one that makes sense on its own)
distiquement {adv} :: distichously
distordre {v} :: to distort
distordu {adj} :: distorted
distorsion {f} :: distortion
distractif {adj} :: distractive, entertaining, recreational
distraction {f} :: distraction
distraction {f} :: entertainment
distraire {v} :: to distract
distrait {adj} :: absent-minded
distrait {adj} :: distracted
distraitement {adv} :: absent-mindedly
distrayant {adj} :: distracting, entertaining
distribanque {m} :: cash dispenser, ATM
distribuer {v} :: to distribute
distributeur {m} :: distributor
distributeur {m} :: vending machine
distributeur {m} :: ATM
distributeur {m} :: dispenser (soap)
distributif {adj} :: distributive
distribution {f} :: A distribution
distribution {f} :: A physical arrangement, spacing
distributivement {adv} :: distributively
distributivité {f} [maths] :: distributivity
distributrice {f} :: distributor (company)
distributrice {f} [Canada] :: vending machine
district {m} :: district
disturber {v} [rare] :: to disturb
disulfirame {m} :: disulfiram
disulfure {m} [chemistry] :: disulfide / disulphide
déité {f} :: deity; god
diète {f} :: diet (regulation of nutrition)
diète {f} :: diet (council or assembly)
diæte {f} :: obsolete form of diète
diterpène {m} [organic chemistry] :: diterpene
diéthion {m} [chemistry] :: diethion
dithionique {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: dithionic
dithiépane {m} [organic compound] :: dithiepane
dithiétane {m} [organic compound] :: dithietane
diéthoxy {m} [organic chemistry] :: diethoxy
diéthylamide de l'acide lysergique {m} [chemistry] :: lysergic acid diethylamide
diéthyldithiocarbamate {m} [organic chemistry] :: diethyldithiocarbamate
diéthyle {m} [organic chemistry] :: diethyl
diéthylique {adj} :: diethyl (attributive)
diéthylphtalate {m} [organic compound] :: diethyl phthalate
diéthyléther {m} [organic compound] :: diethyl ether
dithyrambe {m} :: dithyramb
dithyrambique {adj} [literature] :: dithyrambic
dithyrambique {adj} :: eulogistic, laudatory
dition {f} :: authority (absolute)
dititane {m} [inorganic chemistry, in combination] :: dititanium
diététicien {m} :: dietitian (person who studies or practices dietetics)
diététicienne {f} :: feminine noun of diététicien
diététique {adj} :: dietetic
diététiquement {adv} :: dietetically
diététiste {mf} [Quebec] ::  dietitian
DIU {initialism} :: dispositif intra-utérin: IUD
diurne {adj} :: diurnal
diurne {mf} :: a diurnal creature
diurèse {f} [medicine] :: diuresis
diurétique {adj} :: diuretic
diurétique {m} :: a diuretic
diva {f} :: A diva
divagation {f} :: divagation
divagation {f} :: wandering, rambling
divagation {f} :: raving
divaguer {v} :: to ramble, wander (to move about aimlessly, or on a winding course)
divaguer {v} [of a path] :: to wind
divaguer {v} [of movement] :: to wander, roam, wander about
divan {m} :: Any type of undistinguished couch
divan {m} :: A divan in either of the original Turkish senses
divergence {f} :: divergence
divergent {adj} :: divergent
diverger {v} :: to diverge
divers {adj} :: various; varying
diversement {adv} :: diversely
diversification {f} :: diversification
diversifier {v} :: to diversify, broaden
diversion {f} :: pastime, diversion, entertainment
diversité {f} :: diversity
diverticule {f} :: diverticulum
diverticulose {f} [pathology] :: diverticulosis
divertir {v} :: to amuse; to entertain
divertir {v} :: to distract
divertissant {adj} :: amusing; enjoyable
divertissement {m} :: entertainment
dividende {m} :: dividend
divin {adj} :: divine, godlike
divinateur {adj} :: perspicacious
divination {f} :: divination
divinatoire {adj} :: divinatory
divinement {adv} :: divinely
divinisation {f} :: divinization, deification
diviniser {vt} :: to deify
divinité {f} :: divinity
divinité {f} :: godhead
diviser {v} :: to divide
diviser {v} [mathematics] :: to divide
diviseur {m} [maths] :: divisor
diviseur {adj} :: dividing
divisibilité {f} :: divisibility (extent to which something is divisible)
divisible {adj} :: divisible
divisiblement {adv} :: divisibly
division {f} :: division (act or process of dividing)
division {f} [arithmetic] :: division
division {f} [military] :: division
division {f} :: division (subsection)
divisionnaire {adj} :: division (attributive)
divisément {adv} :: separately
divorce {m} :: divorce
divorcer {vt} :: to divorce (to legally dissolve a marriage)
divorcer {vr} [se divorcer] :: to get divorced, to divorce one another
divulgation {f} :: divulgation
divulgâcher {v} [Quebec] :: to spoil
divulguer {v} :: to divulge
dix {num} :: ten
dixain {m} :: alternative form of dizain
dix-huit {num} :: eighteen
dix-huitième {adj} :: eighteenth
dix-huitième {mf} :: eighteenth
dix-huitièmement {adv} :: eighteenthly
dixième {adj} :: tenth
dixième {mf} :: tenth
dixièmement {adv} :: tenthly
dixit {prep} :: Names the author of a previously quoted statement
dix-neuf {num} :: nineteen
dix-neuvième {adj} :: nineteenth
dix-neuvième {mf} :: nineteenth
dix-neuvièmement {adv} :: nineteenthly
dix-neuvièmiste {mf} :: A specialist in nineteenth-century culture (especially literature)
dix-sept {num} :: seventeen
dix-septième {adj} :: seventeenth
dix-septième {mf} :: seventeenth
dix-septièmement {adv} :: seventeenthly
dizain {m} :: decastich
dizaine {f} :: about 10
dizainier {m} :: A head of a team of ten people; but especially the head of an administrative district in the Middle Ages
dizainière {f} :: feminine singular of dizainier
dizenier {m} :: alternative form of dizainier
dizenière {f} :: feminine singular of dizenier
déjà {adv} :: already
déjà {adv} :: again (following a question)
déjà {adv} :: for a start
djaïn {adj} :: Jain
djaïn {m} :: Jain
djaïne {f} :: feminine noun of djaïn
djaïnisme {m} :: Jainism
déjanté {adj} [colloquial] :: crazy, nutty
déjanté {adj} [colloquial] :: eccentric
déjanter {v} :: to come off the rim
déjanter {v} :: to go crazy; to lose it
djebel {m} :: jebel
déjection {f} [medicine] :: dejection, defecation
Djeferson {prop} [rare] :: given name
djellaba {f} :: djellaba
djembé {m} :: djembe (large drum played with both hands)
déjeûner {v} :: alternative form of déjeuner
déjeûner {m} :: alternative form of déjeuner
djermakoye {m} :: djermakoy
déjeté {adj} :: lopsided
déjeté {adj} :: crooked
djeule {f} [Louisiana French, Cajun French, ] :: alternative form of gueule, mouth, opening
djeune {m} [slang, humorously] :: alternative form of jeune
déjeuner {v} [formal] :: to lunch, to eat lunch, to have lunch
déjeuner {v} :: to have breakfast
déjeuner {m} [France] :: lunch, luncheon
déjeuner {m} [outside of France] :: breakfast
déjeuneur {m} :: A person eating lunch
déjeuneuse {f} :: feminine singular of déjeuneur
déjeusner {v} [archaic] :: alternative form of déjeuner
djiadisme {m} :: alternative form of djihadisme
Djibouti {prop} :: Djibouti
djiboutien {adj} :: Djiboutian
Djiboutien {m} :: a Djiboutian
Djiboutienne {f} :: feminine noun of Djiboutien
djihad {m} :: jihad
djihadisme {m} :: alternative form of jihadisme
djihadiste {mf} :: alternative form of jihadiste
djinn {m} :: djinn, genie
déjoindre {vt} :: "to disjoin (stone, wood)"
déjoindre {vr} :: to become disjoined
déjouer {v} :: to foil, thwart, frustrate
djoundi {m} :: djoundi
déjuger {v} [legal] :: to reverse a judgement
déjà vu {m} :: alternative form of déjà-vu
déjà-vu {m} :: déjà vu
dékoulakisation {f} :: dekulakization
dékoulakiser {v} :: To dekulakize
délabré {adj} :: dilapidated (having fallen into a state of disrepair)
délabrement {m} :: dilapidation, disrepair
délabrer {v} :: to dilapidate (building)
délacer {v} :: to unlace (undo laces)
délai {m} :: time limit
délai {m} :: delay
délaissé {adj} :: abandoned, forsaken
délaissement {m} :: abandonment, desertion, neglect, dereliction
délaisser {v} :: to abandon, to forsake
délaisser {v} :: to leave (give up possession of)
délaiter {v} :: to skim off buttermilk
délaminer {v} :: To delaminate
délardement {v} [architecture] :: splay, slope
délarder {vt} [architecture] :: to splay
délassement {m} :: relaxation
délassement {m} :: recreation
délasser {vt} :: to relax, to refresh
délasser {vr} :: to relax
délateur {m} :: informer
délatif {m} [grammar] :: the delative case
délation {f} :: informing, tattling
délatrice {f} :: feminine singular of délateur
délatter {vt} :: to unlath
délavé {adj} :: faded, washed-out
délavage {m} [textiles] :: the process of fading
délaver {v} :: soak
délaver {v} :: fade
délaver {v} :: wash out
délayage {m} :: thinning, watering down
délayage {m} :: padding out
délayant {adj} :: That thins the blood
délayer {vt} :: to add water to
délayer {v} :: to thin (paint)
délayer {v} :: to water down (another liquid)
délayer {v} :: to pad out (e.g. a speech)
délectable {adj} :: delectable, delightful
délectablement {adv} :: delectably
délectation {f} :: delight, pleasure
délecter {vt} :: to relish (to take great pleasure in something)
délestage {m} :: load shedding
délestage {m} :: alternative route (to avoid congestion)
délester {v} :: to jettison ballast, remove ballast from (a ship, balloon etc.)
délester {v} :: to divert traffic from, reduce congestion on (a road)
délester {v} [colloquial] :: to rid of (one's responsibilities)
délester {vr} [colloquial] :: to rid of one's responsibilities, to unburden
délester {v} [colloquial] :: to relieve (someone of something of value)
délester {vr} [colloquial] :: to shell out (money), to cough up
délégataire {mf} :: delegatee
délégation {f} :: delegation
délégation {f} :: devolvement
délégiférer {v} :: to delegislate (repeal legislation)
délégitimer {v} :: To delegitimize
délégué {m} :: delegate
déléguée {f} :: feminine noun of délégué
déléguer {v} :: to delegate (to commit a task to someone), depute
déléguer {v} :: to devolve
déléguer {v} :: to appoint, commission
délibéré {adj} :: deliberate; planned; calculated
délibérant {adj} :: deliberative
délibératif {adj} :: deliberative
délibératif {adj} :: voting (attributive)
délibération {f} :: deliberation; contemplation
délibération {f} :: deliberation; discussion
délibération {f} :: deliberation (decision taken by a governing body)
délibérativement {adv} :: deliberatively
délibérer {v} :: to plan, to prepare
délibérer {v} :: to deliberate
délibérément {adv} :: deliberately (in a well-planned way)
délicat {adj} :: delicate
délicatement {adv} :: delicately
délicater {vt} :: "(ant.) to cocker, to fondle, to pamper"
délicatesse {f} :: delicacy; delicateness
délice {m} :: delight
délices de Capoue {fp} :: wallowing in pleasure, voluptuous idleness
délicieusement {adv} :: deliciously
délicieux {adj} :: delicious
délicieux {adj} :: delightful
délictuel {adj} :: criminal, condemnable
délictueux {adj} :: criminal
délier {v} :: to untie, loosen, release
délierrage {m} :: removal of ivy (from trees, buildings, etc.)
délimitation {f} :: delimitation
délimitation {f} :: demarcation
délimiter {vt} :: to delimit (make or form the limits or boundaries of)
délimiter {vt} :: to outline; delineate
délinéer {v} :: to delineate
délinquance {f} :: delinquency
délinquant {m} :: delinquent
délinquant {adj} :: delinquent
délinquante {f} :: feminine noun of délinquant
délinquer {v} [archaic, rare] :: to commit a crime
déliquescence {f} :: deliquescence
déliquescence {f} :: corruption, decay
déliquescent {adj} :: deliquescent
déliquescent {adj} :: decaying
délirant {adj} :: delirious
délire {m} :: delirium
délirer {v} :: to be delirious
délirer {v} [colloquial] :: to be out of one's mind
délit {m} :: crime, offence
délitage {m} :: disintegration
délit de faciès {m} [pejorative] :: the crime of looking like a criminal, of having the stereotypical look of a criminal
délit de fuite {m} [law] :: hit and run
délit de sale gueule {m} [vulgar] :: synonym of délit de faciès
délit d'initié {m} [law] :: insider dealing, insider trading
délitement {m} :: synonym of délitage
déliter {v} :: to split and crumble (of stratified rock)
déliter {v} :: to disintegrate
délitescence {f} :: delitescence
délitescent {adj} :: delitescent
délivrable {adj} :: deliverable
délivrance {f} :: deliverance, relief, liberation
délivrance {f} :: afterbirth
délivrer {v} :: to set free
délivrer {v} :: to deliver (a message)
délivrer {v} [Louisiana French] :: to deliver a child
délocalisé {adj} :: outsourced, offshore
délocalisé {adj} :: relocated
délocalisé {adj} :: delocalized
délocalisable {adj} :: relocatable
délocalisable {adj} :: delocalizable
délocalisation {f} :: relocation
délocalisation {f} :: outsourcing, offshoring
délocalisation {f} [chemistry, physics] :: delocalization
délocaliser {v} :: relocate
délocaliser {v} [chemistry, physics] :: To delocalize
délogeable {adj} :: dislodgeable, moveable
délogement {m} :: dislodgement
déloger {vi} :: to move out (of e.g. a house)
déloger {vt} :: to kick out, expel (from e.g. a house)
déloger {vt} :: to dislodge
déloyal {adj} :: disloyal
déloyal {adj} :: unfair
déloyalement {adv} :: disloyally, traitorously
déloyauté {f} [countable and uncountable] :: disloyalty
délétion {f} [genetics] :: deletion
délétère {adj} [literary] :: hazardous to health and life; pernicious, nocive, toxic
délétère {adj} [literary] :: harmful to situations or relations; injurious, damaging
délétèrement {adv} :: deleteriously
déluge {m} [biblical] :: the Deluge, the Flood
déluge {m} [by extension] :: deluge (large amount of precipitation)
déluge {m} [figuratively] :: deluge (an overwhelming amount of something)
déluré {adj} :: sharp, smart, resourceful
déluré {adj} :: forward
délustrer {vt} :: to take off the lustre, the gloss of
déluter {vt} :: to unlute
démagnétisation {f} :: demagnetization
démagnétiser {vt} :: to demagnetize
démagogie {f} [countable] :: demagogy
démagogie {f} [uncountable] :: demagogism
démagogique {adj} :: demagogic, demagogical
démagogiquement {adv} :: demagogically
démagogue {mf} :: demagogue
démagogue {adj} :: demagogic
démailloter {vt} :: to unswathe; unswaddle
d'main {adv} [colloquial, colloquial] :: informal spelling of demain
démancher {vt} :: to take off the handle
démancher {vr} :: to lose its handle
démancher {vr} :: to go wrong
démancher {vi} [navigation] :: to get out of the channel
démancher {v} [music] :: to shift
démangeaison {f} :: itch (on one's skin)
démanger {vt} :: to itch, to cause to feel itchy
démanger {vt} [figuratively] :: to cause to have the desire to, to cause to itch for action
démanteler {v} :: to dismantle
démantibuler {v} :: to smash to smithereens
démantèlement {m} :: demolition, disassembly, dismantling
démaquillant {adj} :: cleansing
démaquillant {m} :: makeup remover
démaquiller {vt} :: to remove makeup
démarcage {m} :: alternative form of démarquage
démarcation {f} :: demarcation
démarcation {f} :: dividing line
démarchage {m} :: door-to-door selling
démarchage {m} :: canvassing
démarche {f} :: gait, walk
démarche {f} :: step, procedure, move, intervention
démarche {f} :: reasoning
démarcher {v} :: To canvass
démarcheur {m} :: door-to-door salesman
démarcheur {m} :: canvasser
démarcheuse {f} :: feminine singular of démarcheur
démarier {vt} :: to unmarry
démarier {vr} :: to be unmarried
démarqué {adj} :: reduced, marked down (in price)
démarquage {m} :: marking down
démarquage {m} :: plagiarism
démarquer {vt} :: to remove a mark or label from
démarquer {vt} :: to remove a bookmark from; take out a bookmark
démarquer {vt} :: to reduce or mark down (a price)
démarquer {vt} [sports] :: to get free from a marker (someone who is marking)
démarquer {vi} [sports] :: to lose all the points that have been scored
démarquer {vr} :: to distance oneself from
démarquer {vr} :: to stand out
démarrage {m} :: startup, starting up
démarrage {m} :: departure
démarrer {vt} :: to start (up)
démarrer {vi} :: to get started, to start up
démarrer {vi} :: (of car, driver) to drive off, pull away
démarreur {m} :: starter motor
démasquer {v} :: to remove a mask, to unmask
démasquer {v} [figuratively] :: to expose, to uncover (e.g. a secret)
dématérialisation {f} :: dematerialization
dématérialiser {v} :: to dematerialize
dîme {f} :: tithe
dôme {m} [architecture] :: dome
dème {m} [historical, Ancient Greece] :: deme
démembrement {m} :: dismemberment
démembrer {v} :: to dismember
démembrer {v} [figuratively] :: to diminish; to make smaller
démence {f} :: dementia
démener {vp} :: to convulse, thrash about; to struggle
dûment {adv} :: duly
dément {m} :: One who suffers from dementia, who is insane
dément {adj} :: (about a person) Demented, insane, lunatic
dément {adj} [figuratively, familiar] :: Which is beyond reason, unbelievable
démenti {m} :: denial (of a rumour)
démentiel {m} :: insane
démentielle {f} :: feminine singular of démentiel
démentir {v} :: to contradict, gainsay (someone)
démentir {v} :: to deny, refute (rumour etc.)
démentir {v} :: to belie (appearances)
démerder {vr} [vulgar] :: to manage, to get by
démerder {vr} [vulgar] :: to figure something out
démersal {adj} :: demersal
démesuré {adj} :: vaulting, huge
démesure {f} :: outrageousness, excessiveness
démesurément {adv} :: disproportionately, excessively; exorbitantly
démettre {vt} :: to dismiss, discharge (from a post)
démettre {vt} [law] :: to nonsuit (dismiss on the grounds of a lawsuit being brought without cause)
démettre {vtr} :: to dislocate (a bone)
démettre {vr} :: to relinquish, leave (a position or post)
démeubler {v} :: to remove the furniture from (a room etc.); to unfurnish
démilitariser {vt} :: to demilitarize
déminage {m} :: mine-clearing
déminer {vt} :: to remove mines from (to demine)
démineur {m} [nautical] :: minesweeper
démineur {m} [uncountable, computing, video games] :: minesweeper
démineur {m} [military] :: deminer (bomb disposal expert)
déminéralisé {adj} :: demineralized
déminéralisation {f} :: demineralization
déminéraliser {vt} :: to demineralize
déminuer {v} :: synonym of diminuer
démission {f} :: resignation
démission {f} :: abdication (of responsibilities etc.)
démissionnaire {mf} :: resigner (someone who resigns)
démissionner {vi} :: to resign
démissionner {vt} :: to dismiss, make resign
démiurge {m} :: demiurge
démiurgique {adj} :: demiurgic
démiurgiquement {adv} :: demiurgically
démêlé {m} :: dispute, quarrel
démêlé {m} :: problem, trouble
démêler {v} :: to unmix (separate two or more things that are mixed together), to untangle
démêler {v} [figuratively] :: to clarify; to decipher
déménagement {m} :: move, house move (the event of changing one's residence)
déménager {v} :: move, to move house (to change residence)
déménager {v} :: to get out, to leave the house
déménageur {m} :: mover, house mover
démèner {v} :: obsolete form of démener
démo- {prefix} :: demo-
démo {m} :: demo
démobilisation {f} :: demobilization
démobiliser {v} :: to demobilise
démocrate {mf} :: democrat
démocrate {adj} :: democratic
démocratie {f} :: democracy
démocratie participative {f} :: participatory democracy (political system)
démocratique {adj} :: democratic
démocratiquement {adv} :: democratically
démocratisation {f} :: democratization
démocratiser {vt} :: to democratize
démocratiseur {m} :: a democratiser
démocratisme {m} :: democratism
démocratiste {adj} :: democratist
Démocrite {prop} {m} :: Democritus
démodé {adj} :: old-fashioned; outdated
démodécique {adj} :: demodectic
démoder {vr} :: to go out of fashion
démodulateur {m} :: demodulator
démoduler {v} :: to demodulate
démographe {mf} :: demographer
démographie {f} :: demography
démographique {adj} :: demographic
démographiquement {adv} :: demographically
démolinguistique {adj} :: demolinguistic
démolinguistique {f} :: demolinguistics
démolir {v} :: to demolish
démolir {v} :: to wreck, to ruin
démolir {v} [slang] :: to shellac
démolisseur {adj} :: destructive
démolisseur {m} :: wrecker (demolition worker)
démolition {f} :: demolition (the action of demolishing or destroying, in particular of buildings or other structures)
dæmon {m} :: obsolete form of démon
démon {m} :: demon
démondialisation {f} :: deglobalization
démondialiser {v} :: To deglobalize
démone {f} :: demoness (female demon)
démoniaque {adj} :: demonic
dæmoniaque {adj} :: obsolete form of démoniaque
dæmoniaque {mf} :: obsolete form of démoniaque
démoniser {v} :: to demonize
démoniste {mf} :: warlock
démonologue {mf} :: demonologist
démonstrateur {m} :: demonstrator
démonstratif {adj} :: demonstrative
démonstration {f} :: demonstration (act of showing and explaining)
démonstration de force {f} :: a show of force, a show of strength
démonstrativement {adv} :: demonstratively
démonstratrice {f} :: feminine singular of démonstrateur
démontable {adj} :: demountable, dismantlable, that can be taken apart
démontage {m} :: taking down; removal
démonte-pneu {m} :: tire iron
démonter {vt} :: To dismantle, to take down
démonter {v} :: to remove, to take off
démonter {v} :: to disconcert
démonter {vt} [colloquial] :: to run rings around, to chew up, to take apart, to tear apart (a rival team)
démonétisation {f} :: demonetization
démonétiser {vt} :: to demonetize
démontrable {adj} :: demonstrable, provable
démontrablement {adv} :: demonstrably
démontrer {v} :: to prove, to demonstrate
démonyme {m} :: demonym (name for an inhabitant or native of a specific place)
démoralisé {adj} :: demoralized
démoralisant {adj} :: demoralizing (having a demoralizing effect)
démoralisateur {adj} :: demoralizing
démoralisation {f} :: demoralization
démoraliser {v} :: to render immoral; to immoralize
démoraliser {v} :: to demoralize
démordre {vi} [rare, dated] :: to let go, release (something held in the teeth)
démordre {vi} [colloquial, with de] :: to give up, abandon, renounce (an opinion, plan, etc.)
Démosthène {prop} {m} [Ancient Greece] :: Demosthenes (an Ancient Greek given name, most notably borne by the 5th century BCE politician Demosthenes)
démotique {adj} :: demotic
démotiquement {adv} :: demotically
démotivation {f} :: demotivation
démotiver {vt} :: to demotivate
démouler {vt} :: to turn out (remove from a mould)
démoustiquer {vt} :: to rid of mosquitos
démériter {vi} :: to be unworthy
démâtage {m} :: unmasting, demasting, dismasting
démâtement {m} :: unmasting, demasting, dismasting
démâter {vt} [nautical] :: to unmast; to dismast
déméthylation {f} [organic chemistry] :: demethylation
déméthyler {v} [chemistry] :: to demethylate
Démétrius {prop} {m} :: Demetrius
démultiplication {f} :: reduction, lowering
démultiplication {f} :: gearing down
démultiplier {v} :: to reduce, lower
démultiplier {v} [mechanics] :: to gear down
démuni {adj} :: destitute, penniless
démunir {v} :: to deprive of, to divest of
démunir {vr} [~ de] :: to leave oneself without, to deprive oneself of
démurer {v} :: unwall
démuseler {vt} :: to unmuzzle
démyélinisation {f} :: demyelination
démyéliniser {vt} :: to demyelinate
démystification {f} :: demystification
démystifier {v} :: to demystify
démythifier {v} :: to demystify
démythifier {v} :: to reveal
démythifier {v} :: to unlock
DNA {abbr} :: Dernière Nouvelles d'Alsace ("Latest News from Alsace"), a French periodical
dénaire {adj} [rare] :: pertaining to the number ten
dénantir {vt} :: to deprive of security
dénantir {vr} :: "to give up (securities)"
dénatalité {f} :: decline in the birth rate
dénationalisation {f} :: denationalization
dénationaliser {v} :: to denationalize
dînatoire {adj} :: alternative form of dinatoire
dénatter {v} :: to disentangle; to remove knots
dénaturé {adj} :: misrepresented
dénaturé {adj} :: denatured
dénaturant {m} :: substance that alters another
dénaturant {adj} :: that alters
dénaturation {f} [biochemistry] :: denaturing, denaturation
dénaturer {v} :: to misrepresent
dénaturer {v} [biochemistry] :: To denature
dénazification {f} :: denazification
déneigement {m} :: the removal or clearing of snow
déneiger {v} :: to remove snow (from)
dîner {v} :: to dine
dîner {m} :: dinner, evening meal
dîner {m} [Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Congo, Louisiana French] :: lunch, midday meal
dînette {f} :: (children's) tea party
dîneur {m} :: diner; one who dines
dîneuse {f} :: feminine noun of dîneur
dénégation {f} :: denial
dénégation {f} :: disclaimer
déni {m} [legal] :: denial
déniaiser {vt} :: to smarten up (make less stupid or naive)
déniaiser {vt} :: to lose one's virginity
dénicher {v} :: to scare up
dénicher {v} :: to hunt out, to track down
dénicher {v} [colloquial] :: to dig out, to unearth
dénicotinisé {adj} :: nicotine-free
dénier {v} :: to deny
dénigrant {adj} :: denigrating
dénigrement {m} :: denigration
dénigrer {v} :: to denigrate (to criticise or defame)
dénigreur {adj} :: denigrating
dénitrifiant {adj} :: denitrifying
dénivelé {m} :: height difference, change in height, change in altitude
dénivelé {adj} :: on a lower level
déniveler {vt} :: to make uneven
dénivellation {f} :: difference in altitude, rise and fall
dénivellation {f} :: change of altitude/level
dénivellation {f} :: level difference
dénûment {m} :: alternative form of dénuement
dénombrabilité {f} :: countability
dénombrable {adj} [grammar] :: countable
dénombrement {m} :: counting
dénombrement {m} :: enumeration
dénombrer {v} :: to count, enumerate
dénoûment {m} :: archaic spelling of dénouement
dénominal {m} [linguistics] :: denominal
dénominateur {m} [mathematics] :: denominator (the number or expression written below the line in a fraction)
dénominateur commun {m} [mathematics] :: common denominator
dénomination {f} :: denomination (all senses)
dénommer {vt} :: to name
dénoncé {adj} :: denounced
dénoncer {vt} :: To denounce
dénoncer {vr} :: To give oneself up
dénonciateur {adj} :: denunciatory
dénonciateur {m} :: informer
dénonciateur {m} :: campaign
dénonciation {f} :: denunciation
dénoté {adj} :: denoted
dénoter {vt} :: to denote
dénouement {m} :: outcome
dénouement {m} [theater] :: dénouement
dénouer {v} :: to undo (a knot), to unknot
dénouer {v} :: to untangle, to unravel (a situation)
dénoyage {m} :: draining, drainage, dewatering
dénoyauter {vt} :: to stone, pit (to remove stones or pits from)
dénoyauteur {m} :: pitter (device)
dénoyer {v} :: to drain, dewater
dénué {adj} :: (~ de) lacking (in), devoid (of)
dénucléariser {vt} :: to denuclearize (make nuclear-free)
dénuder {v} :: to render nude, to take off (clothing)
dénuder {v} :: to remove, to strip off, to expose
dénuement {m} :: destitution
dénuer {v} :: to deprive
dénutrition {f} :: undernourishment
do {m} [music] :: do, the note 'C'
d'où {adv} :: from where; whence; from which place or source
d'où {adv} :: hence
d'où {conj} :: wherefore
déo {m} [colloquial] :: deodorant
Do {prop} :: surname
doberman {mf} :: Dobermann (type of dog)
dobermann {m} :: Dobermann (type of dog)
d'occasion {adj} :: Used; second hand
d'occasion {adj} [dated] :: Low-cost; cheap
docile {adj} :: docile
docilement {adv} :: docilely
docilité {f} :: docility; docileness
docimasie {f} :: assaying
docimastique {adj} :: docimastic
docimastiquement {adv} :: docimastically
docimologie {f} :: educational assessment
docosahexaénoïque {adj} [organic chemistry] :: docosahexaenoic
docosanoïque {adj} [organic chemistry] :: docosanoic
docosénoïque {adj} [organic chemistry] :: docosenoic
docte {adj} [literary] :: learned
doctement {adv} :: learnedly
docteur {m} :: doctor (medical practitioner)
docteur {m} :: doctor (someone possessing a doctorate)
docteur {m} :: by restriction, a male doctor
docteure {f} [slang] :: a female doctor; feminine form of docteur
docteure {f} [Canada] :: feminine form of the title docteur: la docteure Tremblay. Abbreviation Dre.
docteuse {f} [slang] :: a female doctor; feminine form of docteur
doctoral {adj} :: doctoral
doctoralement {adv} :: doctorally
doctorant {m} :: doctoral student (studying for a PhD etc)
doctorante {f} :: feminine noun of doctorant
doctorat {m} :: doctorate
doctoresse {f} [dated] :: feminine noun of docteur; lady doctor
doctrinaire {mf} :: doctrinaire
doctrinaire {adj} :: doctrinaire
doctrinaire {adj} :: doctrinal
doctrinairement {adv} :: doctrinally
doctrinairement {adv} :: stubbornly
doctrinal {adj} :: doctrinal
doctrinalement {adv} :: doctrinally
doctrine {f} :: doctrine
docufiction {f} :: docudrama (drama that combines elements of documentary and drama)
document {m} :: document
document {m} [computing] :: file
documentaire {adj} :: documentary
documentaire {m} :: A documentary (production, publication etc.)
documentaliste {mf} :: documentalist
documentariste {mf} :: documentarian
documentation {f} :: documentation (written account)
documenter {v} :: to document (to record in documents)
documenteur {m} :: mockumentary
Dodart {prop} :: surname
dodéca- {prefix} :: dodeca-
dodécadodécaèdre {m} :: dodecadodecahedron
dodécaèdre {m} :: dodecahedron
dodécaédrique {adj} :: dodecahedral
dodécagone {m} [geometry] :: dodecagon
dodécahémicosaèdre {m} [geometry] :: dodecahemicosahedron
dodécahémidodécaèdre {m} :: dodecahemidodecahedron
dodécane {m} [organic compound] :: dodecane
dodécanol {m} [organic compound] :: dodecanol
dodécanoïque {adj} [organic chemistry] :: dodecanoic
Dodécanèse {prop} {m} :: Dodecanese, island group of Greece
dodécaphoniste {mf} :: dodecaphonist (proponent of dodecaphony)
dodécicosaèdre {m} [geometry] :: dodecicosahedron
dodécicosidodécaèdre {m} :: dodecicosidodecahedron
dodécylique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: dodecyl
dodeliner {vt} :: to cradle, rock (e.g. a baby, in one's arms)
dodeliner {vt} :: to sway, shake (e.g. a body part)
dodiner {v} :: to shake, swing, rock (gently)
dodo {m} [child language] :: Sleep, kip
dodo {m} :: A dodo bird
déodorant {m} :: deodorant (odor-controlling cosmetic for the underarm)
déodorant {adj} :: odor-controlling
déodoriser {vt} :: alternative form of désodoriser
dodu {adj} :: chubby, plump
d'office {adv} :: ex officio
d'office {adv} :: automatically
dogat {m} :: dogate
doge {m} :: doge
dogmatique {adj} :: dogmatic
dogmatique {m} :: person who is dogmatic
dogmatiquement {adv} :: dogmatically
dogmatiser {v} :: to dogmatize
dogmatisme {m} :: dogmatism
dogmatiste {mf} :: dogmatist
dogme {m} :: dogma (an authoritative principle, belief or statement of opinion)
dogue {m} :: mastiff
doigt {m} :: finger
doigt {m} :: toe
doigt {m} :: a small amount of a beverage (about a finger in height)
doigté {m} :: fingering
doigt de pied {m} [colloquial] :: toe (digit of the foot)
doigt d'honneur {m} :: The finger (insulting gesture), one finger salute
doigter {vt} [music] :: to finger, to put fingerings on a music sheet
doigter {vt} [sex] :: to finger, to flick off
doigter {m} [music] :: fingering
doigtier {m} :: fingerguard (any object used to protect a finger)
doigtier {m} :: common foxglove (plant, Digitalis purpurea)
dojo {m} [martial arts] :: dojo
dol {m} [law] :: A fraud (the act), cheating
doléance {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: grievance; complaint
dolemment {adv} :: dolefully
dolent {adj} [archaic] :: mournful
doler {v} :: to plane (cut with a plane)
dolichocéphalie {f} :: dolichocephaly
doline {f} :: sinkhole, shakehole
dollar {m} :: dollar
dollarisation {f} :: dollarization (the process of a country adopting the US dollar as its primary currency)
doloire {f} :: plane (type of tool)
doloire {f} :: doloire (axelike weapon)
dolomie {f} [geology] :: dolostone
dolomite {f} :: dolomite
dolomitisé {adj} [geology] :: dolomitized
doloriste {adj} :: doleful
Dolorès {prop} {f} :: given name
dom {m} :: title of respect given to certain monks and other religious figures
DOM {m} :: overseas department
domaine {m} :: domain
domaine {m} :: zone
domaine {m} :: field (of study etc)
domanial {adj} :: domanial
domatique {adj} :: domatic
Dombey {prop} :: surname
Domengeaux {prop} :: surname
domestication {f} :: domestication
domesticité {f} :: domesticness; state of being domestic; domesticated
domestiqué {adj} :: domesticated, tamed
domestique {adj} :: domestic
domestique {mf} :: servant; maid
domestique {mf} :: cleaner, housemaid
domestiquement {adv} :: domestically
domestiquer {v} :: to tame (an animal, etc.)
domicile {m} :: domicile
domiciliaire {adj} :: domiciliary
domiciliation {f} [law] :: domiciliation
domiciliation {f} [finance] :: standing order
domicilier {vr} [chiefly se domicilier] :: to reside, to have as a home
dominance {f} :: dominance
dominant {adj} :: dominant
dominante {f} [music] :: dominant
dominateur {m} :: dominator, usually a tyrant or a dictator
dominateur {m} [sexuality] :: dominator
dominateur {adj} :: dominating, domineering
domination {f} :: domination
dominatrice {f} [sexuality] :: dominatrix
dominatrice {f} :: feminine noun of dominateur
dominer {v} :: to dominate
dominicain {adj} :: Dominican (relating to the Dominicain Republic)
Dominicain {m} :: Dominican (person)
Dominicaine {f} :: feminine noun of Dominicain
dominical {adj} [attributive] :: Sunday
dominical {adj} :: from the Lord (i.e. Jesus Christ)
dominiquais {adj} :: Dominican (relating to Dominica)
Dominiquais {m} :: Dominican (person from Dominica)
Dominiquaise {f} :: feminine noun of Dominiquais
Dominique {prop} {m} :: given name, cognate to Dominic
Dominique {prop} {f} :: given name, corresponding to a feminine form of Dominic
Dominique {prop} {f} :: Dominica
domino {m} :: dominoes
Domitien {prop} {m} :: given name
dommage {m} :: damage
dommage {m} :: injury
dommage {interj} :: (what a) shame! what a pity! too bad!
dommageable {adj} :: damaging; causing damage
dommageablement {adv} :: harmfully
domoïde {m} [geometry] :: polygonal pyramid
domotique {f} :: domotics (technology in the home)
domper {v} [slang] :: To dump
domptable {adj} :: tamable, subduable, domitable
domptage {m} :: taming (action or process of taming)
dompter {vt} :: to tame (a wild animal), break in (a horse)
dompter {vt} :: to subdue, suppress (rebellion, uprising, emotions etc.)
dompteur {m} :: tamer
dompteuse {f} :: feminine noun of dompteur
don {m} :: gift, talent, knack
don {m} :: gift (present)
don {m} :: donation
Donaldville {prop} {f} :: Duckburg (fictional city where Donald Duck lives)
donaldvillois {adj} :: Duckburgian, relating to Duckburg (fictional town in the Disney universe) or its people
Donaldvillois {m} :: A native or inhabitant of Duckburg (fictional town in the Disney universe); a Duckburgian
Donaldvilloise {f} :: feminine noun of Donaldvillois
donateur {m} :: donator
donation {f} :: donation
donatisme {m} :: donatism
donatiste {mf} :: donatist
donatrice {f} :: feminine noun of donateur
donc {adv} :: therefore, consequently; thus
dondaine {f} :: quarrel (bolt from a crossbow)
don de sang {m} :: blood donation
donjon {m} :: donjon, keep
donné {adj} :: affordable, cheap
donné {adj} :: viable, achievable, not difficult
donnant donnant {phrase} :: fair's fair, give and take
donnée {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: datum, (item of data)
donne {f} :: distribution
donner {v} :: to give, to transfer the possession/holding of something to someone else
donner {v} :: to donate
donner {vi} :: To come across
donner du mal {vr} :: to bend over backwards, go to a lot of effort
donner le jour {v} :: to give birth
donner le jour {v} [figuratively] :: to create, to engender, to bring into existence
donner le ton {v} [figuratively] :: to set the tone, to set the pace
donner le tournis {v} [idiomatic] :: to make someone's head spin
donner l'exemple {v} :: to set an example
donner libre cours {v} [à] :: to give free rein to; to give free expression to; to vent
donner lieu {v} [à] :: to give rise to, to lead to, to cause, to bring about
donner naissance {v} [à] :: to give birth to
donner naissance {v} [à] :: [figuratively] to give rise to
donner raison {v} [à] :: to prove someone/something right, to bear someone/something out
donner raison {v} [à] :: to agree with
donner sa langue au chat {v} [colloquial] :: to give up trying to guess something, e.g. the answer to a riddle
donner signe de vie {v} :: to show sign of life, to let people know that one's alive
donner suite {v} [à] :: to follow up (on a case), to pursue, to act on
donner sur {v} :: to look out onto (the window looks out onto a garden)
donner un coup de balai {v} :: to sweep the floor
donner un coup de balai {v} :: to make a clean sweep
donner un coup de pied dans la fourmilière {v} [figuratively] :: to stir up a hornets' nest, to stir things up
données {fp} [rare in the singular] :: data
donneur {m} :: donor
donneur {m} [card games] :: dealer
donneuse {f} :: feminine noun of donneur
Don Quichotte {prop} {f} :: Don Quixote (the protagonist of a famous Spanish novel)
dont {pron} :: of/from whom/which, whose
dont {pron} [sometimes] :: by which
dont {pron} :: Denotes a part of a set, may be translated as "including"
déontique {adj} :: deontic (pertaining to necessity, duty or obligation)
déontologie {f} :: code, (professional) ethics
déontologie {f} [philosophy] :: deontology
déontologique {adj} :: deontological, ethical
déontologiquement {adv} :: deontologically, ethically
donut {m} :: doughnut (deep-fried piece of dough or batter)
donzelle {f} [literary] :: maiden, damsel
dopé {adj} :: doped
dopage {m} :: doping
dopamine {f} :: dopamine
dopaminergique {adj} :: dopaminergic
dopant {adj} :: boosting
dope {f} [colloquial] :: illicit drug, narcotic
doper {v} :: to dope; to do doping
doper {v} :: to boost (one's performance by doping)
doping {m} :: doping (use of drugs to improve athletic performance)
doré {adj} :: golden
Doré {prop} :: surname
dorade {f} :: sea bream
doradille {f} :: ceterach
dorage {m} :: gilt; gilding
d'ordinaire {adv} [somewhat literary] :: ordinarily
dordognais {adj} :: of or from Dordogne
Dordognais {m} :: Someone from Dordogne
Dordognaise {f} :: feminine singular of Dordognais
Dordogne {prop} {f} :: Dordogne (department)
Dordogne {prop} {f} :: Dordogne (river)
dorer {v} :: to gild; to coat something in gold
dorer {v} :: to brighten up, to brighten something to give it a golden colour
dorer {v} [cooking] :: to brown, to give food a golden colour by adding an egg yolk
d'ores et déjà {adv} :: right now, already
doreur {m} :: gilder (craftsman who works with gld and silver)
doreuse {f} :: female gilder
dorien {adj} :: Dorian
dorien {m} :: Doric (dialect of the Ancient Greek language)
dorique {adj} :: Dorian
Dorléac {prop} :: surname
dorloter {v} :: to pamper, cosset
dormance {f} :: dormancy
dormant {adj} :: dormant
dormant {adj} :: asleep
dormeur {m} :: sleeper (person who sleeps)
dormeur {adj} :: that tends to sleep
dormeuse {f} :: feminine noun of dormeur
dormir {vi} :: to sleep
dormir comme un loir {v} [simile] :: sleep like a log
dormitif {adj} :: soporific, causing sleep
dormitif {m} :: a sedative
dormitique {adj} [Louisiana French, ] :: tired, fatigued
Dornach {prop} :: A neighbourhood in the west of Mulhouse, Alsace, France
Dornach {prop} :: A town in Solothurn, northern Switzerland
dorénavant {adv} :: henceforth, from now on, from this day forward
Dorothée {prop} :: given name, cognate to Dorothy
dorsal {adj} :: dorsal
dorsalgie {f} [medicine] :: dorsalgia
dortoir {m} :: dormitory
dorure {f} :: gilt, gilding
Dorval {prop} :: surname
Dorval {prop} :: Dorval, a city on the Island of Montreal, in Quebec, Canada
Dorval {prop} :: YUL (Trudeau airport)
dorycnie {f} :: A variety of pea of the genus Dorycnium
doryline {m} :: army ant
doryphore {m} [biology] :: Colorado beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata)
dos {m} [anatomy] :: back (of a person)
dos {m} :: [in the plural] backs (of persons)
dos {m} :: backstroke
dosé {adj} :: dosed, administered
dosé {adj} :: dished out
dosage {m} :: dosage (measured amount of a medication)
dos d'âne {m} [idiomatic] :: speed bump; sleeping policeman
dos à dos {adj} :: back-to-back
dos à dos {adv} :: back-to-back
dos-à-dos {adj} [literally] :: back to back
dos-à-dos {m} :: a move in square dancing in which two dancers face each other, then step forward and left until they have right shoulders adjacent, then move to a position where they are back to back, then move to have left shoulders adjacent, then return to facing each other
dose {f} :: proportion
dose {f} :: dose
doser {v} :: to dose (administer a dose)
doser {v} [figuratively] :: to dish out
dosette {f} :: pod, capsule (a sealed, single-serving pack of a product)
doseur {m} :: measure
doseur {m} :: dosing
dosimètre {m} :: dosimeter
dosimétrie {f} :: dosimetry
dosimétrique {adj} :: dosimetric
dossard {m} :: number on the back of a sportsman's shirt
dossard {m} [Quebec] :: pinny (colorful overshirt worn over one's clothes, usually to mark one's team during group activities)
dossier {m} :: back of furniture, to rest the sitter's back on
dossier {m} :: dossier
dossier {m} [computing] :: file, account; directory on a computer, see folder
dossier {m} :: An organizer to keep papers in, to be stored as a single unit in a filing cabinet, see folder
dossier {m} [figuratively] :: case, notably legal
dot {f} :: dowry, marriage portion
dotation {f} :: allowance
dotation {f} :: endowment
doter {vt} :: to endow, donate
doter {vt} :: to fund
dotriacontanoïque {adj} [organic chemistry] :: dotriacontanoic
doué {adj} :: talented; gifted
douaire {m} :: dower
douairière {f} :: dowager
douane {f} :: customs (an authority responsible for controlling the flow of goods to and from a country)
douane {f} :: customs office
douanier {adj} :: customs (attributive)
douanier {m} :: customs officer
Douanier {prop} {m} :: Henri Rousseau, French painter
douanière {f} :: (female) customs officer
douar {m} :: douar, duar
doubeurre {f} :: butternut squash
doubien {adj} :: Of, from, or relating to the department of Doubs
doublage {m} :: dubbing
doublage {m} [historical] :: a penalty by which, on completion of a sentence, a prisoner was required to remain at the penal colony as an employee for a further period of time equivalent to the original sentence
double {adj} :: double (all meanings)
double {m} :: double (twice the number, amount, etc.)
double {m} :: duplicate (an identical copy)
double {m} [baseball] :: double
double-clic {m} [computing] :: double-click
double faute {f} [tennis] :: double fault
double-hélice {f} :: double helix
double jeu {m} [baseball] :: double play
doublement {adv} :: doubly
double menton {m} :: double chin
double paire {f} [poker] :: two pair
doubler {v} :: to double, duplicate
doubler {v} :: to double-cross
doubler {v} :: to overtake, pass
doubler {v} :: to dub
doubler {v} [Belgium] :: to repeat a school year
double sens {m} :: a double meaning
double-sens {m} :: alternative spelling of double sens
doublet {m} [lexicography] :: doublet
doubleur {m} :: dubber
doubleur {m} :: doubler
doubleuse {f} :: feminine singular of doubleur
double vé {m} :: double-u, letter: w
double vitrage {m} :: double glazing
doublon {m} :: doublet (pair of two similar or equal things)
doublon {m} :: duplicate
doublon {m} :: doubloon
doublure {f} :: lining
doublure {f} [theater] :: understudy
doublure {f} [cinema] :: body double, stand-in; stuntman
doubte {mf} :: obsolete form of doute
doubter {v} :: obsolete form of douter
doucement {adv} :: softly
doucement {adv} :: quietly
doucement {adv} :: gently
doucereusement {adv} :: sweetly
doucereusement {adv} :: softly
doucereux {adj} [of a thing] :: squidgy
doucereux {adj} [of a person] :: sweet
doucereux {adj} :: soft
doucereux {adj} :: sickly sweet
doucet {adj} [of a person] :: soft; tender
douceâtre {adj} [derogatory] :: sweetish, sickly
doucette {f} :: A plant used in salads: lamb's lettuce or mâche, Valerianella locusta
Doucette {prop} :: surname
doucettement {adv} :: softly
doucettement {adv} :: tenderly
douceur {f} :: softness, tenderness
douceur {f} :: sweetness
douceur de vivre {f} :: The sweetness of life, the sweetness of living
Douchanbé {prop} :: Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikstan
douche {f} :: shower
douche {f} [juggling] :: shower
douche écossaise {f} :: a shower which alternates between hot and cold water
douche écossaise {f} [figuratively] :: bit of a blow, quite a shock
douche dorée {f} [sexuality] :: golden shower
douche froide {f} :: See: douche froide
douche froide {f} [figurative] :: a let-down, disappointment
doucher {vt} :: To shower
doucher {vr} :: To take a shower
douchette {f} :: A shower head
douchette {f} :: A barcode reader
douchours {adv} :: eye dialect of toujours
doudou {m} :: any stuffed toy such as a stuffed animal
doudoune {f} [colloquial] :: breast, melon
doudoune {f} [colloquial, clothing] :: parka, anorak, down jacket
doudoune {f} [colloquial] :: soft toy, stuffed animal, plush toy
douelle {f} :: ditch (small moat around a castle etc)
douer {v} :: to endow (someone) (de with)
Douglas {prop} :: Douglas (in the Isle of Man)
douille {f} :: socket (electrical socket)
douille {f} :: cartridge case (unprofessional; the correct term in the military is étui)
douille {f} [archaic] :: money
douiller {vit} :: to cough up, stump up, fork out, shell out [money]
douillet {adj} :: cosy, snug
douillet {adj} [colloquial, pejorative] :: soft, oversensitive to pain
douillette {f} :: (quilted) housecoat
douillettement {adv} :: cosily, snugly
doujours {adv} :: eye dialect of toujours
douleur {f} :: pain
douleur {f} :: distress
douloir {vr} [obsolete] :: to suffer
douloureusement {adv} :: painfully
douloureux {adj} :: painful
doum {m} [Morocco] :: gingerbread tree (Hyphaene thebaica); doum palm
douma {f} :: duma
doute {m} :: doubt
douter {v} [followed by the preposition de] :: to doubt
douter {vp} :: to suspect, to have an inkling
douteur {m} :: doubter; one who doubts
douteuse {f} :: feminine noun of douteur
douteusement {adv} :: doubtfully
douteux {adj} :: doubtful, uncertain, questionable (issue, outcome, date etc.)
douteux {adj} :: dubious, questionable (morals, qualities etc.)
douçâtre {adj} [derogatory] :: sweetish, sickly
douve {f} :: moat (defensive ditch)
douve {f} :: stave (of a barrel)
douve {f} :: fluke (parasitic flatworm)
Douvres {prop} :: Dover, a town in south-east England
doux {adj} :: sweet
doux {adj} :: soft
doux {adj} :: mild
doux {adj} :: gentle
doux-amer {adj} :: bittersweet (both bitter and sweet)
doux comme un agneau {adj} [simile] :: very gentle
douzaine {f} :: (a group of) twelve; dozen
douzaine {f} :: about twelve
douze {num} :: twelve
douzième {adj} :: twelfth
douzième {mf} :: twelfth
douzièmement {adv} :: twelfthly
doxa {f} :: doxa
doxastique {adj} :: doxastic (related to beliefs, convictions)
doxologie {f} :: doxology (praise God expression)
doyen {m} [religion, university] :: dean
doyen {m} :: senior member, doyen
doyenné {m} :: deanship
doyenné {m} :: deanery
doyenné {m} :: A type of creamy pear
doyenne {f} :: The oldest woman
doyenne {f} :: A female dean at an educational establishment (Canada)
Doyon {prop} :: surname
dép {m} [Canada] :: abbreviation of dépanneur
dépannage {m} :: troubleshooting, fixing, repairing
dépanner {v} [rare] :: to fix, repair
dépanner {v} [colloquial] :: to help out
dépanner {v} [colloquial] :: to tide over
dépanneur {m} :: troubleshooter, repairman
dépanneur {m} [Canada] :: convenience store
dépanneuse {f} :: breakdown lorry, tow truck
dépaqueter {v} :: to unpack
dépareillé {adj} :: incomplete
dépareillé {adj} :: odd
dépareiller {vt} :: to unmatch, to spoil the pair of, to render incomplete
déparer {v} :: to spoil, put out of place (make something look more ugly)
déparier {vt} :: "to take away one (of a pair); to separate (the male and female of certain animals)"
déparler {v} :: to speak nastily
déparler {v} :: to speak nonsense or gibberish
déparler {v} :: to stop talking
déparquer {vt} :: "to let the sheep out of a fold; to unpen"
départ {m} :: departure, start
départager {vt} :: to shift the balance between two parties of, or break the tie between, decide between
départager {vt} :: to divide, separate
départager {vt} :: to isolate, separate, determine
départager {vt} :: to distinguish, differentiate, or decide between
départager {vr} [sports] :: to find a winner, break a (or the) tie
département {m} :: department
département {m} :: département
départemental {adj} :: departmental
départementalement {adv} :: departmentally
départementalisation {f} :: departmentalization
départementaliser {v} :: To departmentalize
départir {vr} [se départir de] :: to divest, dispose of
départir {vt} [obsolete] :: to distribute
départir {vr} [Louisiana French] :: to depart, to leave
dépassé {adj} :: outdated
dépassement {m} :: excess, exceeding
dépassement {m} :: passing, overtaking
dépassement {m} :: overrun
dépasser {v} :: to exceed, to surpass, to overtake, to go past
dépasser les bornes {v} [colloquial] :: to cross the line, to go too far, to go beyond the pale, to go off the reservation
dépassionné {adj} :: dispassionate, unpassionate
dépassionner {v} :: to defuse, take the sting out of
dépaver {vt} :: to remove the cobblestones from a road; to unpave, to depave
dépaysé {adj} :: disorientated
dépaysé {adj} :: homesick
dépaysement {m} :: the feeling of not being at home, in a foreign or different place, can be either a good or a bad feeling; change of scenery
dépaysement {m} [obsolete] :: exile
dépayser {vt} [dated] :: to move somebody from their usual country or place
dépayser {vt} [by extension] :: to disorient
dépayser {vt} [figuratively] :: to give a change of scenery
dépayser {vp} [figuratively] :: to change a habit
dépêche {f} :: dispatch (express private message)
dépêche {f} :: telegram
dépêcher {vt} :: to send, dispatch (urgently)
dépêcher {vpr} :: to haste, to hurry up
dépeçage {m} :: chopping up
dépeçage {m} :: taking apart, break-up
dépeçage {m} :: division, separation
dépeçage {m} :: breaking-up (of old boats)
dépecer {vt} [said of flesh or meat] :: to chop up
dépecer {vt} [said of a physical things e.g. vessels] :: to take apart
dépecer {vt} [figuratively] :: to divide up (put into parts)
dépecer {vt} [figuratively] :: to pick apart (examine in great detail)
dépecer {vt} [figuratively] :: to tear apart (criticise severely)
dépeceur {m} :: dismemberer
dépeceur {m} :: butcher
dépeceuse {f} :: feminine singular of dépeceur
dépeigner {v} :: to mess up (someone's hair)
dépeindre {v} :: to depict, portray
dépeindre {v} [rare] :: to depaint (remove paint)
dépeint {adj} :: depicted, portrayed
dépenailler {v} :: to shred
dépendamment {adv} :: dependently
dépendance {f} :: addiction, dependence (a habit or practice)
dépendance {f} :: outbuilding
dépendance {f} [grammar] :: dependence
dépendant {adj} :: dependent
dépendant {m} :: dependent; one who is dependent
dépendante {f} :: feminine noun of dépendant
dépendre {vi} :: to depend (rely on for support; to be contingent)
dépendre {vi} :: to belong (to), be part (of)
dépendre {vt} :: to unhang
dépendre {vt} :: to remove from a gallows
dépens {mp} :: (legal) costs
dépens {mp} [figuratively] :: expense
dépense {f} :: expense
dépense {f} :: expenditure
dépense {f} :: spending
dépenser {v} :: to spend (money)
dépensier {adj} :: spendthrift
dépensier {m} :: spendthrift
déperdition {f} :: decrease
déperdition {f} :: loss, leakage
dépersonnaliser {v} :: to depersonalise
dépersuader {vt} :: to dissuade
dépeuplement {m} :: depopulation
dépeupler {vt} :: to depopulate
déphasage {m} :: dephasing
déphaser {v} :: To dephase
déphlogistiqué {adj} :: dephlogisticated
déphlogistiquer {vt} :: to dephlogisticate
déphosphoration {f} :: dephosphorization
déphosphoryler {v} :: To dephosphorylate
dépiauter {vt} :: to skin
dépiauter {vt} [colloquial] :: to undress
dépiauter {vt} [colloquial] :: to dismantle
dépigmentation {f} :: depigmentation
dépilation {f} :: depilation
dépiler {v} :: to depilate
dépistage {m} :: tracking
dépistage {m} :: screening
dépister {v} :: to track an animal using its tracks
dépister {v} :: to derail
dépister {v} [medicine, epidemiology] :: to screen
dépit {m} :: scorn
dépité {adj} :: vexed
dépiter {vt} :: to sadden, upset
déplacé {adj} :: inappropriate, uncalled-for
déplacé {adj} :: rude, offensive
déplacement {m} :: trip, journey
déplacement {m} :: movement (act of moving from one place to another)
déplacement {m} :: a move (action of moving)
déplacement {m} :: displacement
déplacer {vt} :: to move
déplacer {vr} [se déplacer] :: To go around, to move about
déplacer {vr} [se déplacer] :: To come over, to go over to, to make a house call, as to travel to perform some work
déplaire {vi} :: to be displeasing or disliked
déplaire {vp} :: to be ill at ease
déplaisamment {adv} :: unpleasantly
déplaisant {adj} :: unpleasant
déplaisir {m} :: displeasure
déplanter {v} :: to deplant
dépliant {adj} :: unfolding (able to unfold)
dépliant {m} :: leaflet; flyer
déplier {v} :: to unfold (undo the action of folding)
déplisser {v} :: to unwrinkle
déploiement {m} :: deployment, deploying
déplorable {adj} :: lamentable, regrettable
déplorablement {adv} :: deplorably
déplorer {vt} :: to deplore something, to rue something
déployer {v} :: to spread out, to unfold
déployer {v} [military] :: to deploy (troops, etc.)
déplétion {f} :: depletion
déplâtrer {v} :: to remove from plaster
déplumé {adj} :: plucked (de-feathered)
déplumer {vt} :: to pluck (feathers from a living bird)
déplumer {vr} :: to lose feathers
dépénaliser {v} :: To decriminalize
dépoitraillé {adj} :: with shirt/clothes open to the waist; bare-chested
dépolarisation {f} :: depolarization
dépolariser {v} :: to depolarize
dépoli {adj} :: frosted (glass)
dépolir {v} :: to unpolish
dépolitisé {adj} :: depoliticized
dépolitiser {v} :: to depoliticize
dépollué {adj} :: depolluted
dépolluant {adj} :: depolluting
dépolluer {vt} :: to depollute
dépollution {f} :: cleanup of pollution
dépolymérisation {f} [chemistry] :: depolymerization
dépolymériser {v} :: To depolymerize
dépopulariser {vt} :: to render unpopular
dépopulariser {vr} :: to become unpopular
dépopulation {f} :: depopulation
déportation {f} :: deportation
déportation {f} :: internment (in a concentration camp)
déportement {m} [especially in plural] :: A bad way of life
déportement {m} :: swerve
déporter {vt} :: to deport (expel from a country)
déporter {vt} :: to send to a concentration camp
déporter {vt} :: to put off course, carry off course
déporter {vr} [of a vehicle] :: to swerve
déporter {vr} :: to sway, waver
déposé {adj} [legal] :: registered, recorded
déposant {m} :: depositor
déposant {m} [legal] :: person who makes a deposition
déposante {f} :: feminine singular of déposant
déposer {v} :: to put down (set down), lay down
déposer {v} :: to deposit (one material onto another)
déposer {v} [banking] :: To deposit (money)
déposer {v} :: to depose
déposer {v} :: to file (an application); to present (a document)
dépositaire {mf} [banking] :: depositary, trustee
déposition {f} :: deposition, statement
déposition {f} :: evidence, testimony
déposséder {vt} :: to dispossess
dépossession {f} :: dispossession
déposter {vt} :: to drive from a post, to dislodge
dépoter {v} :: to unpot
dépoétiser {vt} :: to depoetize
dépotoir {m} :: dumping ground, tip, landfill
dépoudrer {vt} :: to unpowder
dépoudrer {vr} :: to unpowder one's hair
dépouille {f} :: skin, hide
dépouille {f} :: body
dépouille {f} [in the plural] :: remains
dépouille {f} :: booty, plunder
dépouillement {m} :: stripping; skinning (removal of skin from an animal)
dépouillement {m} :: loss; shedding (of leaves from a tree)
dépouillement {m} :: stripping; reduction; cutting; snipping; whittling down (removal, at least in part, e.g. of text); act of getting rid
dépouillement {m} :: robbing, stealing; pinching
dépouillement {m} :: destitution (state of being without)
dépouillement {m} :: shedding, disowning (e.g. of personal belongings)
dépouillement {m} :: count; vote count; counting of votes
dépouillement {m} [computing] :: data reduction
dépouiller {v} :: to skin (an animal)
dépouiller {v} [literary] :: to rob, despoil
dépouiller {v} :: to count (votes); to go through (mail); to peruse, examine in detail
dépouiller {v} [literary] :: to strip, denude (of clothes, possessions etc.)
dépouiller {vp} [literary] :: to divest oneself of
dépouiller {vp} :: (of an animal) to shed its skin
dépouilleur {m} :: stripper (someone who strips e.g. a carcass)
dépouilleur {m} :: checker, scrutinizer
dépouilleur {m} :: vote counter (someone who counts votes in an election)
dépourvoir {v} :: to unequip
dépourvu {adj} [dépourvu de] :: without, lacking in, devoid of
dépourvu {m} [as "au dépourvu"] :: surprise
dépoussiérage {m} :: the act of dusting, vacuum-cleaning
dépoussiérage {m} [figuratively] :: the act of updating, making current
dépoussiérer {v} :: to dust; to do the dusting
dépoussiérer {v} [figuratively] :: to update, to make current
dépoussiéreur {m} :: deduster
dépravé {adj} :: corrupted, perverted, depraved
dépravation {f} :: depravity
dépraver {vt} :: to corrupt, pervert, deprave
déprécation {f} :: prayer asking for happiness or misfortune to befall others
déprécation {f} :: prayer asking for forgiveness for some misdeed or fault
dépréciation {f} :: depreciation
déprécier {vt} :: To depreciate (lower the value of)
déprécier {vr} :: To depreciate (lower in value)
déprédataire {adj} :: synonym of voleur
déprédation {f} :: damage, destruction, depredation
déprendre {v} :: to abandon (especially a person)
dépresser {v} :: To thin out (plants)
dépresseur {m} [medicine] :: depressant
dépressif {adj} :: depressive
dépression {f} :: depression (area that is lower than its surroundings)
dépression {f} :: depression (mood disorder)
dépression hivernale {f} :: seasonal affective disorder (depression associated with lack of natural light in winter)
dépressionnaire {adj} [meteorology] :: depression, low pressure (attributive)
dépressurisation {f} :: depressurization
dépressuriser {v} :: depressurize
dépréfixation {f} :: stemming (removing a prefix)
déprier {vt} :: to disinvite
déprimé {adj} :: depressed, dejected
déprimant {adj} :: depressing, cheerless
déprimer {v} :: to depress, to deject
dépérir {vi} :: to fade away, decline, wither (away), go downhill
dépris {adj} :: abandoned
déprise {f} :: abandonment
dépriser {v} :: to undervalue, depreciate
dépriser {v} :: to underestimate (in value)
dépriser {vr} :: to underestimate oneself
dépérissement {m} :: decline
dépérissement {m} :: wasting (away), withering
dépriver {v} :: to deprive of
déprogrammation {f} :: deprogramming
déprogrammer {v} [television] :: to pull (off the air)
déprotoné {adj} [chemistry] :: deprotonated
déprotonation {f} [chemistry] :: deprotonation
déprotonisation {f} [chemistry] :: deprotonation
déprêtriser {v} :: to unfrock a priest
dépôt {m} :: warehouse, store, depot, depository
dépôt {m} :: act of depositing, act of placing
dépôt {m} :: deposit (object being deposited)
dépôt {m} :: registration, proposal
dépôt {m} [banking] :: deposit
dépôt {m} [geology] :: deposit
dépt {abbr} :: dept (abbreviation of département)
dépêtrer {vt} :: to disentangle
dépuceler {v} :: to deflower, to pop someone's cherry (to take someone's virginity)
dépucellement {m} [obsolete] :: deflowering
dépulper {vt} :: to mash to a pulp
dépuratif {adj} :: depurative, purgative
dépuration {f} :: depuration
dépurer {vt} [medicine] :: to purify
député {m} [politics] :: deputy (delegate)
député {m} :: Member of Parliament
députation {f} :: deputation
députation {f} :: The role of a deputy (in politics)
députée {f} :: feminine noun of député
députer {vt} [archaic, literary] :: to deputize
Dr. {abbr} :: abbreviation of docteur
drac {m} [mythology] :: A type of mythological creature associated with the dangers of water
dracena {f} :: alternative spelling of dracéna
drache {f} [Belgium] :: Heavy rain; downpour
dracher {v} [Belgium] :: to pour, rain hard, to chuck it down
drachme {f} :: drachma
drachme {f} :: dram (unit of weight)
déracinable {adj} :: eradicable
déracinement {m} :: uprooting
déracinement {m} :: eradication
déraciner {v} :: to uproot, to deracinate (a tree)
déraciner {v} :: to deracinate (a person)
déracémiser {v} [chemistry] :: To deracemize
dracéna {f} :: Any plant of the genus Dracaena
Dracon {prop} :: Draco (lawmaker)
draconien {adj} :: draconian (related to Draco)
draconien {adj} :: draconian (severe, harsh)
draculine {f} [protein] :: draculin
dérader {vi} [navigation] :: to be driven from the anchors and forced out to sea
déradicaliser {v} :: deradicalize
dragage {m} :: dredging (action of dredging)
dragée {f} :: a sweet with almond filling
dragée {f} :: a dragée, a sugar-coated pill
dragée {f} [slang] :: a bullet
drageoir {m} :: sweet-box, drageoir
drageon {m} [botany] :: a sprout growing from a root
dragéifié {adj} :: sugar-coated
dragoman {m} :: dragoman
dragon {m} :: A dragon, creature or person
dragon {m} :: A dragoon
Dragon {prop} {m} [astronomy] :: Draco (a constellation)
dragon de Komodo {m} :: Komodo dragon
dragonne {f} :: feminine noun of dragon
dragonne {f} :: sword knot
dragonnier {m} :: dragon tree
dragster {m} :: drag racing
drague {f} [colloquial] :: pickup, seduction
draguer {vt} :: to dredge (to make a channel wider or deeper)
draguer {vt} :: to dredge (to bring something underwater to surface)
draguer {vt} [colloquial] :: to chat up (to talk to flirtatiously), to flirt
dragueur {m} :: dredger (boat)
dragueur {m} :: dredger (person)
dragueur {m} [colloquial] :: someone who chats people up, usually regularly
dragueur de mines {m} :: minesweeper
dragueuse {f} :: feminine noun of dragueur
déraidir {vt} :: to unstiffen, to make pliant, to soften
déraidir {vr} :: to grow pliant, soft, supple
déraillement {m} :: derailment
dérailler {vi} :: to derail, be derailed [all senses]
dérailler {vi} [colloquial] :: to be off one's rocker
dérailleur {m} :: derailleur (gears)
drainage {m} :: drainage
drainant {adj} :: draining
draine {f} :: mistle thrush
drainer {v} :: to drain
drainer {v} [figuratively] :: to drain
draineur {m} :: someone who uses machinery in order to drain
draineuse {f} :: feminine noun of draineur
draisienne {f} :: hobby horse, dandy horse (early bicycle)
draisine {f} :: draisine
déraison {f} :: unreasonableness
déraisonnable {adj} :: unreasonable
déraisonnablement {adv} :: foolishly
déraisonner {v} :: to talk nonsense
drakkar {m} :: longship (type of Viking vessel)
dramathérapie {f} :: drama therapy
dramatique {adj} :: dramatic
dramatiquement {adv} :: dramatically
dramatisation {f} :: dramatization (the act of dramatizing)
dramatiser {v} :: to dramatise
dramaturge {mf} [theater] :: playwright (writer of plays for the theatre)
dramaturgie {f} :: dramaturgy
dramaturgique {adj} :: dramaturgic
drame {m} :: drama (piece of theatre)
drame {m} :: drama (something entertaining or action-packed)
Drancourt {prop} :: surname
dérangé {adj} :: insane
dérangeant {adj} :: unsettling
dérangeant {adj} :: disruptive
dérangement {m} :: disturbance, inconvenience, disruption, trouble, bother
déranger {v} :: to bother; to disrupt
déranger {v} :: to disarray (throw into disorder)
dranyen {m} [musici] :: dramyin
drap {m} :: sheet, duvet
dérapage {m} :: skid; action of skidding
drapeau {m} :: flag
drapeau {m} [Louisiana French, ] :: diaper
Drapeau {prop} :: surname
draper {v} :: to drape
déraper {v} :: to skid, to slide
déraper {v} [of an anchor] :: to drag
déraper {v} [figurative] :: to get out of hand, to get out of control
draperie {f} :: drapery
drapier {adj} [attributive] :: clothmaking
drapier {m} :: clothmaker
drapière {f} :: feminine noun of drapier
drastique {adj} :: drastic
drastiquement {adv} :: drastically
dératé {adj} [of a greyhound] :: that has undergone splenectomy to improve its running
dératé {m} :: A person who has undergone splenectomy
dérater {vt} :: to take out, to extract, the spleen
dératisation {f} :: deratization
dératiser {v} :: derat; rid of rats
dératiseur {m} :: exterminator (not just of rats)
dravidien {adj} :: Dravidian (all meanings)
Dre. {prefix} :: Dr.; abbreviation of docteure; feminine of Dr.
dreadnought {m} :: dreadnought (battleship in which most of the firepower is concentrated in large guns that are of the same caliber)
drelin {interj} :: brrr, whirr (a whirring sound, such as that of a machine)
drelin-drelin {interj} :: ding dong (onomatopoeia for the sound of a doorbell)
dérembourser {v} :: to no longer reimburse
Drenthe {prop} :: Drenthe
Dresde {prop} {f} :: Dresden
dressable {adj} [chiefly of an animal] :: trainable
dressage {m} :: training
dressage {m} :: dressage
dresser {vt} :: to erect, put up
dresser {vt} :: to pitch (a tent)
dresser {vt} :: to lift, raise
dresser {vt} :: to set, lay out
dresser {vt} :: to tame [lion etc], break in [horse], to train (an animal)
dresser {vr} :: to stand
dresseur {m} :: tamer
dresseuse {f} :: tamer, feminine noun of dresseur
dressing {m} :: wardrobe
dressing {m} :: dressing room (small walk-in room off a bedroom)
dressoir {m} :: dresser (furniture)
Dreyfus {prop} :: surname
dreyfusard {adj} [historical] :: supportive of or sympathetic to Alfred Dreyfus in the Dreyfus affair
déréférencer {v} :: to dereference
déréglé {adj} :: deranged
déréglé {adj} :: wonky
dérèglement {m} :: malfunctioning, breakdown, disorder
dérèglement {m} [medicine] :: upset
déréglementation {f} :: deregulation
déréglementer {vt} :: to deregulate
déréglementer {vt} :: to derestrict
dérèglementer {v} :: alternative form of déréglementer
dérégler {v} :: to disrupt, to disturb
dérégler {v} :: to unsettle
dérégler {v} :: to put off
déréglément {adv} :: derangedly
déréglément {adv} :: wonkily
dérégulateur {adj} :: deregulatory
dérégulation {f} :: deregulation
déréguler {v} :: to deregulate
dribble {m} [sports] :: dribble
dribbler {vit} [sports] :: to dribble
dribbleur {m} [sports] :: dribbler
dribbleuse {f} :: feminine noun of dribbleur
Déricourt {prop} :: surname
dérider {vt} :: to brighten up, cheer up
drigaille {f} [Louisiana French, ] :: rubbish, trash
drigaille {f} [Louisiana French, ] :: scoundrelry, persons without worth
drill {m} :: drill (tool)
driller {v} :: to drill (to instruct, to train, to coach)
dring {interj} :: brrr, whirr (a whirring sound, such as that of a machine)
dringueille {f} [Belgium] :: pocket money
drink {m} :: a reception or after party where alcohol is served
dérision {f} :: derision
dérisoire {adj} [of an amount] :: paltry, trivial
dérisoire {adj} [of power or strength] :: hollow, pathetic
dérisoirement {adv} :: derisorily, trivially, pathetically
drisse {f} :: halyard
dérivé {m} :: a derivation of any sort
dérivé {m} [linguistics] :: a derived term, derivative
dérivabilité {f} [maths] :: derivability
dérivable {adj} :: derivable
dérivatif {adj} [medicine] :: Causing a derivation (a drawing of humors or fluids from one part of the body to another, to relieve or lessen a morbid process)
dérivatif {adj} :: derivative
dérivatif {m} [medicine] :: A medicine that causes a derivation
dérivatif {m} :: diversion, distraction
dérivation {f} :: diversion
dérivation {f} [linguistics, linguistic morphology, grammar, lexicography] :: derivation
dérivation inverse {f} [linguistics] :: back-formation
dérivationnel {adj} [linguistics, grammar] :: derivational
dérivation régressive {f} [linguistics] :: back-formation
dérivée {f} :: a derived one of any sort (of female grammatical gender)
dérivée {f} [mathematics] :: derivative (in analysis: value of a function)
dérive {f} :: drift
dérive {f} [nautical] :: centreboard
driver {m} [golf] :: driver
driver {v} [golf, except in, Louisiana French, Cajun French, ] :: to drive
dériver {v} :: to derive (originate from)
dériver {v} [mathematics] :: to derive
dériver {v} [of a river] :: to redirect
driveur {m} :: alternative spelling of driver
dériveur {m} :: dinghy (with a centreboard)
dérivomètre {m} :: drift meter
drôlatique {adj} :: alternative form of drolatique
drôle {adj} :: funny, amusing
drôle {adj} [sometimes with "de"] :: strange, weird, bizarre
drôle de {adj} [colloquial] :: funny, weird, strange, odd
drôle d'oiseau {m} [colloquial] :: strange bird, an unusual person
drôlement {adv} :: funnily
drôlement {adv} :: loads, tons ["very much so"]
drôlerie {f} :: comical quality
drôlerie {f} [dated] :: a joke (humorous comment)
drôlesse {f} [pejorative] :: an unintelligent woman
déréliction {f} [literary] :: dereliction; feeling of solitude, loneliness
drôlissime {adj} :: very funny
Drôme {prop} {f} :: Drôme
drômois {adj} :: Of or from Drôme
dérobé {adj} :: concealed (door, feature etc.)
dérobade {f} :: evasion, avoidance
dérober {vt} :: to conceal, screen, shield (à from)
dérober {vt} :: to steal (à from)
dérober {vt} [literary] :: to turn away (one's head, gaze etc.)
dérober {vr} :: to shirk, shy away (à from)
dérober {vr} :: to hide (oneself)
dérober {vr} :: to slip away (free oneself)
dérober {vr} :: to give way (collapse)
dérober {vr} [horseriding] :: to refuse
dérocher {vt} :: to remove rocks from
dérogation {f} :: dispensation
dérogatoire {adj} :: derogatory
déroger {v} :: to repeal (a law), to break away (from a tradition)
drogue {f} :: drug
droguer {vr} [usually, se droguer] :: to take drugs (intoxicating substances)
droguerie {f} :: drugstore (establishment selling medications)
droguet {m} :: drugget
droguiste {m} :: druggist
droit {m} :: right (entitlement)
droit {m} :: law (study of law)
droit {m} [geometry] :: right angle
droit {adj} :: right (on the right-hand side)
droit {adj} :: straight (not bent or crooked)
droit {adj} [geometry] :: right (of an angle)
droit {adv} :: straight, straight on
droit {adv} :: upright, straight, not bent or crooked
droit d'accise {m} :: excise tax
droit d'asile {m} :: right of asylum
droit d'auteur {m} :: copyright (right an author has on his creations)
droit d'auteur {m} :: royalty (payment for intellectual property)
droit de l'homme {m} [chiefly plural] :: human right
droit-de-l'hommisme {m} :: alternative spelling of droits-de-l'hommisme
droit-de-l'hommiste {m} :: alternative spelling of droits-de-l'hommiste
droit de seigneur {m} :: droit de seigneur
droite {f} [geometry, countable] :: straight line
droite {f} [politics, uncountable] :: the right, right wing
droite {f} [uncountable] :: right, right-hand side
droitement {adv} [archaic] :: straight; straightly
droitement {adv} :: correctly; properly; rightly
droitier {adj} :: right-handed
droitier {adj} :: right-footed
droitier {m} :: a right-handed or right-footed person
droitière {f} :: feminine noun of droitier
droitisation {f} [politics] :: A movement (of policies) to the right
droitiser {v} :: to move to the right (politically)
droitiste {adj} [politics] :: rightist
droitiste {adj} :: synonym of droitier
droitiste {m} [politics] :: rightist
droitiste {m} :: synonym of droitier
droit pénal {m} :: criminal law
droits de l'homme {mp} :: human rights
droits-de-l'hommisme {m} [pejorative] :: human-rightism
droits-de-l'hommiste {m} [pejorative] :: human-rightist
droits des animaux {mp} :: animal rights
droiture {f} :: rectitude, uprightness, honesty
drolatique {adj} :: humorous
drolatiquement {adv} :: humorously
drolle {adj} :: archaic spelling of drôle
dromadaire {adj} :: dromedary
dromadaire {m} :: dromedary
-drome {suffix} :: -drome
dromomane {mf} :: dromomane
drone {m} :: drone (unmanned aircraft)
droniste {mf} :: dronist
dronte {m} :: dodo (bird)
drop {m} [rugby] :: drop goal
droper {vt} [golf] :: to drop (a golf ball in a position other than it has landed)
droper {vt} [colloquial] :: to drop (to forget, cease talking about)
dropper {vt} [golf] :: to drop (a golf ball in a position other than it has landed)
dropper {vt} [colloquial] :: to drop (to forget, cease talking about)
droschki {m} :: "drosky (Russian carriage)"
drosophile {f} :: fruit fly (member of genus Drosophila)
droséra {f} :: drosera (plant)
drosser {vt} [nautical] :: to put off course
dérougir {vt} :: to cause to stop being red
dérougir {vr} :: to cease being red, to lose redness
dérouillage {m} :: derusting (rust removal)
Drouillard {prop} :: surname
dérouiller {vt} :: to remove rust from
dérouiller {vt} :: to get back into, dust off
dérouiller {vr} :: to lose rust
dérouiller {vr} [of a skill] :: to come back
Drouin {prop} :: surname of Norman origin
dérouine {f} [obsolete, Canada] :: derouine
déroulant {adj} :: unrolling, unravelling, unfolding
déroulant {adj} :: breaking (of waves)
déroulement {m} :: event, occurrence
dérouler {v} :: to unroll
dérouler {v} [of waves] :: to break
dérouler {vr} [of events, etc.] :: to unravel, to unfold
déroutant {adj} :: uncanny (strange, mysteriously unsettling)
déroutant {adj} :: jinky
déroute {f} :: rout, ruin (state of being in ruin)
dérouter {vt} :: to reroute, derail (cause to change path)
dérouter {vt} :: to set back
dérouter {vt} [figurative] :: to disconcert
drépanocytose {f} [pathology] :: sickle-cell anemia
dru {adj} :: thick
dru {adj} [of hair] :: thick
dru {adv} :: thickly
dru {adv} :: heavily
druide {m} :: druid
druidesse {f} :: druidess (female druid)
druidique {adj} :: druidic
druidisme {m} :: druidism
drummer {mf} :: drummer
drupacé {adj} :: drupaceous
drupe {f} :: drupe
druze {adj} :: Druze (attributive)
dryade {f} [Greek mythology] :: dryad
dryade {f} [ecology] :: forest tree, sciaphilous in young state
dès {prep} :: since, from
dés- {prefix} [variant of dé- before a vowel] :: dis-, de-
DS {initialism} :: directeur sportif
désabonner {v} :: to unsubscribe
désabuser {v} :: to correct, to enlighten
désabuser {v} :: to disenchant, to disillusion
désaccord {m} :: disagreement
désaccorder {vr} :: To disagree
désaccorder {vt} [music] :: To cause to be out of tune
désaccoupler {vt} :: to unbind, separate
désaccoutumer {vr} :: to become unaccustomed to
désachalander {vt} :: to take away the customers
désacidifier {vt} :: to deacidify
désacralisation {f} :: desecration
désacraliser {vt} :: to deconsecrate
désactivable {adj} :: deactivatable, disableable
désactiver {v} :: to deactivate
désactiver {v} :: to disable (to deactivate a function of an electronic or mechanical device)
désacétylation {f} [organic chemistry] :: deacetylation
désacétyler {v} [organic chemistry] :: To deacetylate
désadhérence {f} :: cleavage (act of cleaving)
désaffecté {adj} :: disused
désaffecter {v} :: to decommission
désaffection {f} :: disaffection
désaffiliation {f} :: disaffiliation
désaffourcher {vt} [navigation] :: to unmoor or heave up an anchor
désafférenté {adj} [biology] :: deafferent
désafférentation {f} [biology] :: deafferentation
désaffubler {vt} :: to unmuffle
désagréable {adj} :: unpleasant; disagreeable
désagréablement {adv} :: unpleasantly ; disagreeably
désagrafable {adj} :: unstaplable
désagrafer {vt} :: to unstaple
désagréer {v} [à] ::
désagréer {vt} :: to unrig
désagrégé {adj} :: disaggregated
désagrégation {f} :: disintegration
désagrégeant {adj} :: disaggregating
désagrégeant {m} :: disaggregant
désagréger {vt} :: to break up or disintegrate
désagrément {m} :: annoyance, bother
désagrément {m} :: (medical) condition
désaimantation {f} :: demagnetization
désaimanter {v} :: To demagnetize
désaimer {v} [rare] :: to cease to love
désaisonnalisation {f} :: deseasonalization
désaisonnaliser {v} :: To deseasonalize
désajuster {vt} :: to derange, to disturb, to put out of order
désajuster {vr} :: to become deranged, disturbed, to get out of order
désaligner {vt} :: "to make uneven (ranks of soldiers)"
désaligner {vr} :: to fall out of the ranks
désalinisation {f} :: desalination
désaliniser {v} :: To desalinate
désallier {vt} :: "to disunite (allies)"
désallier {vr} :: to make an unsuitable match
désaltérant {adj} :: thirst-quenching
désaltérer {vt} :: to quench the thirst
désamarrer {v} [nautical] :: to unmoor
désambiguïsation {f} :: Disambiguation
désambiguïser {v} :: To disambiguate
désamianter {vt} :: to remove asbestos from
désaminase {f} [enzyme] :: deaminase
désamination {f} [organic chemistry] :: deamination
désamorçage {m} :: defusing (of a bomb)
désamorcer {v} :: to defuse (e.g. a weapon)
désamorcer {v} :: to forestall, to hinder, to prevent something from happening
désamour {m} :: unlove (lack, absence, or omission of love)
désapparier {vt} :: "to separate (birds that have been paired)"
désappointement {m} [literary] :: disappointment
désappointer {v} [obsolete] :: to dismiss
désappointer {v} [rare, proscribed, except in, Louisiana French] :: to disappoint
désapprendre {v} :: to unlearn
désapprobateur {adj} :: disapproving, censorious
désapprobation {f} :: disapproval, disapprobation
désapprouver {vt} :: to disapprove (of)
désarbrer {v} [rare] :: to cut down trees
désargenté {adj} :: impoverished, penniless
désarmé {adj} :: disarmed
désarmé {adj} :: weaponless
désarmant {adj} :: disarming
désarmement {m} :: disarmament
désarmer {v} :: to disarm
désarçonner {v} :: to unhorse, unseat
désarçonner {v} [figurative, colloquial] :: to disconcert, to disarm
désarrimer {vt} :: to shift (move something that had been placed somewhere)
désarroi {m} :: disarray (want of array or regular order)
désarticulation {f} :: dislocation
désarticulation {f} :: disarticulation
désarticuler {v} [medicine] :: to dislocate
désassembler {v} :: to disassemble (to take to pieces)
désassembleur {m} :: disassembler
désassocier {vt} :: to disassociate
désassorti {adj} :: incomplete, odd
désassorti {adj} :: sold out (merchandise)
désassortir {vt} :: to spoil the match of, to mismatch
désastre {m} :: disaster
désastre {m} :: bankruptcy, breakup
désastreusement {adv} :: disastrously
désastreux {adj} :: disastrous, calamitous
désavantage {m} :: drawback, disadvantage, handicap
désavantager {v} :: to disadvantage; hinder
désavantageusement {adv} :: disadvantageously
désavantageux {adj} :: disadvantageous
désaveu {m} :: denial, rejection
désaveugler {vt} :: to unblind
désaveugler {vt} :: to open someone's eyes
désavouer {v} :: to take back (something that has been said)
désavouer {v} :: to disown
désavouer {v} :: to disavow
désavouer {v} :: to deny, deny ownership of
désaxer {v} :: to unbalance
désaxer {v} :: to derail
déséchouer {vt} [navigation] :: to get afloat
déscolarisation {f} :: The normal act of leaving school (to get a job or go to college)
déscolarisation {f} :: unschooling
déscolariser {vi} :: to leave school
désemballer {vt} :: to unpack
désembarquement {m} :: disembarkment
désembarquer {v} :: disembark
désemboîter {vt} :: "to disjoint; to put out of socket; to dislocate
désembouage {m} :: desludging
désembouer {v} :: To desludge
désembourber {vt} :: to draw out of the mire
désembourber {vr} :: to get out of the mire
désembourgeoiser {v} :: to no longer be bourgeois
désemparé {adj} :: distraught, at a loss
désemparé {adj} :: in distress
désemparer {v} :: to disable (a ship)
désemparer {v} [figurative] :: to cripple, to damage
désempeser {vt} :: to unstarch, to take out the starch
désempeser {vr} :: to become unstarched
désemplir {vt} [rare] :: to (partially) empty (something that is full up)
désemplir {vi} :: to be nearly full (only used in negative constructions)
désemprisonner {v} :: to free from prison
désenchanté {adj} :: disenchanted
désenchantement {m} :: disenchantment
désenchanter {v} :: to disenchant (to remove an enchantment from)
désenclavement {m} :: opening up (of a geopolitical region)
désenclaver {v} :: to disenclave
désencombrer {v} :: to unclutter; to declutter; to disencumber
désendettement {m} :: debt reduction
désendetter {v} [economics, finance] :: To deleverage (reduce debt)
désenfler {v} :: to deflate
désengagement {m} :: disengagement
désengager {v} :: to disengage, withdraw
désengorgement {m} :: unclogging
désengorger {v} :: to unclog, to unclutter
désengrener {vt} :: to throw out of gear
désenivrement {m} :: sobering up
désenivrer {v} :: to sober up
désenlaidir {vt} :: to render less ugly
désenlaidir {vr} :: to become less ugly
désennuyer {vt} :: to relieve boredom (from)
désenrhumer {vt} :: to cure of a cold
désenrhumer {vr} :: to cure one's cold
désenrouer {vt} :: to cure of hoarseness
désenrouer {vr} :: to cure one's hoarseness
désensabler {vt} :: to remove sand from
désensevelir {vt} :: "to unwrap (a corpse); to exhume"
désensibiliser {v} :: to desensitize
désensorceler {vt} :: to unbewitch
désensorcellement {m} :: unbewitching
désenterrer {v} :: to disinter; to exhume
désentrelacer {v} :: to deinterlace
désentêter {vt} :: to cure of obstinacy
désentêter {vr} :: to be cured of obstinacy;
désenverguer {vt} :: "to unbend (sails)"
désenvoûter {v} :: to unbewitch, disenchant; to exorcise
désert {m} :: desert
désert {adj} :: deserted
désert alimentaire {m} :: food desert
désert du Lout {prop} {m} :: Lut Desert
déserter {vt} :: to desert (a place), abandon
déserter {vi} [military] :: to desert
déserteur {m} [chiefly military] :: deserter (person who leaves the military without permission)
déserteuse {f} :: feminine singular of déserteur
désertification {f} :: desertification
désertifier {v} :: to desertify
désertion {f} :: desertion
désertique {adj} :: Related to deserts
désertique {adj} :: desert
désescalader {v} :: to climb down
désespoir {m} :: despair
désespoir des singes {m} [botany] :: monkey puzzle, araucaria
désespoir du singe {m} [botany] :: monkey puzzle, araucaria
désespéré {adj} [of a person] :: hopeless
désespéré {adj} :: desperate
désespéramment {adv} :: desperately
désespérance {f} [literary] :: despair
désespérant {adj} :: despairing
désespérant {adj} :: hopeless
désespérer {vi} :: to despair (feel hopeless)
désespérément {adv} :: desperately
déseuropéaniser {v} :: To de-Europeanize
désexcitation {f} [physics] :: deexcitation
désexciter {vt} :: to deexcite
déshabillé {adj} :: Undressed, in a state of undress
déshabillé {m} :: Négligée (type of dressing gown)
déshabiller {v} :: to undress
déshabiller {vr} :: To get undressed
déshabituer {vtp} :: to rid of a habit
désharmonieusement {adv} :: disharmoniously
désharmonieux {adj} :: disharmonious
désherbant {adj} :: herbicidal
désherber {v} :: to weed (remove weeds from)
désheurer {vt} :: "(ant.) to disturb one (in one's occupations)"
désheurer {vr} :: to disturb one's self (in one's occupations)
déshonneur {m} :: dishonor (all meanings)
déshonnête {adj} :: that is contrary to the proprieties, against common decency
déshonnêtement {adv} :: dishonestly
déshonorable {adj} :: dishonorable
déshonorablement {adv} :: dishonorably
déshonorant {adj} :: dishonourable
déshonorer {v} :: to dishonor
déshérence {f} :: escheat
déshérité {adj} :: disinherited
déshérité {adj} :: deprived
déshériter {vt} :: to disinherit
déshériter {vt} [figurative] :: to handicap, to disadvantage
déshumanisation {f} :: dehumanization
déshumaniser {vt} :: to dehumanize
déshydraté {adj} :: dehydrated
déshydratase {f} [enzyme] :: dehydratase
déshydratation {f} :: dehydration
déshydrater {vt} :: to dehydrate
déshydro- {prefix} [organic chemistry] :: dehydro-
déshydroascorbate {f} [organic chemistry] :: dehydroascorbate
déshydroascorbique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: dehydroascorbic
déshydrocholestérol {m} [organic compound] :: dehydrocholesterol
déshydrogéné {adj} :: dehydrogenated
déshydrogénase {f} [enzyme] :: dehydrogenase
déshydrogénation {f} [chemistry] :: dehydrogenation
déshydrohalogénation {f} [chemistry] :: dehydrohalogenation
désignation {f} :: designation
désignation {f} :: indication
désignation {f} :: connotation
désigner {v} :: to designate
désigner {v} :: to indicate (symbol, abbreviation, etc.)
désigner {v} :: to connote (to signify beyond principal meaning)
désilage {m} :: removal from a silo
désiler {v} :: To remove from a silo
désillusion {f} :: disillusion, disenchantment
désillusionné {adj} :: disenchanting
désillusionner {vt} :: to disillusion, disenchant, to burst someone's bubble
désimbloquer {v} [colloquial] :: to unblock (a mobile phone that has a locked SIM card)
désincarcérer {v} :: To extricate
désincarné {adj} :: disembodied
désincarner {v} :: to disembody or disincarnate
désincorporer {vt} :: to disincorporate, to separate, to disunite
désindustrialisation {f} :: deindustrialization
désinence {f} [linguistics] :: ending, desinence, inflectional suffix
désinfatuer {vt} :: to disabuse, to undeceive, to dispel the infatuation of
désinfatuer {vr} :: to cease being infatuated
désinfectant {adj} :: disinfectant
désinfectant {m} :: disinfectant
désinfecter {v} :: to disinfect
désinfecteur {m} :: disinfector
désinfection {f} :: disinfection
désinformation {f} :: disinformation, misinformation
désinformer {v} :: To misinform, disinform
désinscrire {v} :: to unsubscribe
désinsectiser {v} :: debug (to remove insects from somewhere)
désinstallation {f} :: uninstallation
désinstaller {v} :: to uninstall
désinstalleur {m} [computing] :: uninstaller
désintégré {adj} :: disintegrated
désintégration {f} :: disintegration
désintégrer {v} :: to disintegrate
désintoxication {f} :: detoxification, detox, rehab
désintoxiquer {vt} :: to detoxify (for drugs or alcohol)
désintéressé {adj} :: disinterested (impartial)
désintéressement {m} :: disinterest, disinterestedness, unselfishness, detachment
désintéressement {m} :: buying out (an associate), paying off (a creditor)
désintéresser {v} :: give money to (somebody) as a compensation for something
désintéresser {vr} :: to lose interest (in), stop being interested in
désintérêt {m} :: disinterest
désinvestir {v} [finance] :: to divest
désinviter {vt} :: to recall an invitation
désinvolte {adj} :: nonchalant, flippant
désinvolture {f} :: casual manner, casualness, flippancy
désionisé {adj} :: deionized
désioniser {v} :: To deionize
désir {m} :: desire
Désiré {prop} :: given name, a rare variant of Didier; a male equivalent of Désirée
désirabilité {f} :: desirability; desirableness
désirable {adj} :: wanted
désirable {adj} :: desirable
Désirée {prop} :: given name; best known for a 19th century French-born queen of Sweden
désirer {vt} :: to desire, want
désireux {adj} :: desirous
désistement {m} :: withdrawal
désistement {m} :: cancellation
désister {vp} :: to cancel, to withdraw
DSK {prop} :: Dominique Strauss-Kahn
dsl {initialism} [Internet slang, abbreviation] :: Common abbreviation of désolé, meaning sorry
dès lors {adv} :: thence, thenceforth
dès lors {adv} :: from that moment/time
dès lors {adv} :: as a result, therefore
désobéir {vi} :: To disobey [+ à a person]
désobéir {vi} :: To disobey [+ à rules or instructions]
désobéissance {f} :: disobedience
désobéissance {f} :: disregard
désobéissance civile {f} :: civil disobedience
désobéissant {adj} :: disobedient
désobligeamment {adv} :: disparagingly
désobligeant {adj} :: derogatory, disparaging
désobliger {v} :: to offend
désobstruer {v} :: to deobstruct
désodorisation {f} :: deodourization
désodoriser {vt} :: to deodorize
désoeuvré {adj} :: nonstandard spelling of désœuvré
désolé {adj} :: desolate
désolé {adj} :: very sorry, apologetic
désolé {interj} :: sorry (an apology)
désolant {adj} :: sad
désolant {adj} :: distressing
désolation {f} :: desolation
désoler {v} :: to sadden, distress
désoler {vr} :: to be upset
désolidarisation {f} :: dissociation, disconnection
désolidariser {v} :: To dissociate (break up a group)
désolidariser {v} :: To dissociate oneself from an idea, course of action etc
désolvatation {f} :: desolvation
désopilant {adj} :: funny, hilarious
désorber {v} :: to desorb
désordonné {adj} :: disorderly, untidy
désordonnément {adv} :: disorderly, untidily
désordre {m} :: disorder, chaos
désordre {m} :: mess
désorganisé {adj} :: disorganized
désorganisation {f} :: disorganization
désorganiser {vt} :: to disorganize
désorientation {f} :: disorientation
désorientation {f} :: confusion
désorienter {v} :: to disorient
désorienter {v} :: to bewilder
désormais {adv} :: henceforth, from now on
désorption {f} :: desorption
désossé {adj} [cooking] :: boned, off the bone
désossé {adj} :: flabby
désossé {adj} :: supple
désossé {adj} :: boneless
désosser {v} :: to debone
désosser {v} [figuratively] :: to dismantle, to take apart
désourdir {vt} :: "(l.u.) to unweave, to unravel"
désoxyadénosine {f} [organic compound] :: deoxyadenosine
désoxydation {f} :: deoxidation
désoxyder {v} :: to deoxidize
désoxyder {v} [chemistry] :: To reduce
désoxygénation {f} [chemistry] :: deoxygenation
désoxygéner {v} :: to deoxidise, to deoxygenate
désoxyhémoglobine {f} [organic compound] :: deoxyhemoglobin
désoxyribofuranose {m} [organic chemistry] :: deoxyribofuranose
désoxyribonucleoside {f} :: deoxyribonucleoside
désoxyribonucléique {adj} :: deoxyribonucleic
désoxyribonucléotide {m} [biochemistry] :: deoxyribonucleotide
désoxyribose {m} [carbohydrate] :: deoxyribose
dès que {conj} :: once, as soon as
dès que possible {adv} :: as soon as possible
déséquilibré {adj} :: unbalanced
déséquilibré {m} :: lunatic
déséquilibre {m} :: unevenness; imbalance
déséquilibrer {vt} :: to unbalance
DST {prop} {f} :: ≈ MI5, CIA
déstabilisé {adj} :: destabilised
déstabilisateur {adj} :: destabilizing
déstabilisation {f} :: destabilization
déstabiliser {v} :: to destabilise
déstalinisation {f} :: destalinization
déstaliniser {v} :: to destalinize
déstocké {adj} :: destocked
déstockage {m} :: destocking
déstocker {v} :: to destock
déstresser {vt} :: To destress
déstresser {vi} :: To unwind (reduce one's stress)
déstructuration {f} :: deconstruction, destructuration
déstructurer {v} :: to deconstruct, to dismantle, to take apart
déstructurer {v} [figuratively] :: to destructure, to dismantle
désucrer {v} :: To remove the sugar from
désuet {adj} :: no longer in use; obsolete
désuffixation {f} :: stemming (removing a suffix)
désulfhydrase {f} [enzyme] :: desulfhydrase
désulfuration {f} [chemistry] :: desulfuration
désulfurer {v} [chemistry] :: to desulfurize
désumoyler {v} [organic chemistry] :: To deSUMOylate
désunion {f} :: disunity; act of separating
désunir {v} :: to disunite, to separate, to divide
désuétude {f} :: obsolescence
désœuvré {adj} :: idle, aimless
désœuvrement {m} :: idleness
désœuvrer {vt} :: to deprive of work or of another activity
détachable {adj} :: detachable, removable
détachement {m} :: detachment
détacher {vt} :: to remove spots, stains
détacher {vt} :: to detach, unbind or untie
détacher {vr} :: to come off (become detached, unbound, untied etc.)
détacher {vr} :: to stand out
détail {m} :: detail (something small enough to escape casual notice, or a profusion of details)
détaillé {adj} :: detailed, itemized, elaborate
détaillant {m} :: retailer
détaillante {f} :: feminine singular of détaillant
détailler {v} :: to detail (to explain in detail)
détailler {v} :: to retail
détaler {vi} :: to make oneself scarce, to scamper (off or away), to make off
détapisser {v} :: to strip (the wallpaper)
détartrage {m} :: descaling, scaling
détartrant {m} :: descaler (agent)
détartrer {v} :: to descale
détaxé {adj} :: tax-free
détaxation {f} :: detaxation
détaxe {f} :: removal, reduction or refund of tax
détaxer {vt} :: to free from tax
détectable {adj} :: detectable
détecter {v} :: to detect
détecter {v} :: to discover, to uncover
détecteur {m} :: detector, sensor
détection {f} :: detection
détective {m} :: detective (police officer who looks for evidence)
déteindre {vt} :: to bleach
déteindre {vr} :: to lose one's color
dételer {vt} :: to unyoke (a bull), unharness (a horse); unhitch, uncouple (a wagon)
dételer {vi} [colloquial] :: to knock off, stop working
détendeur {m} :: regulator
détendre {vr} :: to relax
détendre {v} :: to loosen, to untighten
détendre {v} :: to help relax, to calm
détendu {adj} :: relaxed
détenir {v} [legal] :: to detain
détenir {v} :: to possess, to have, to hold
détente {f} :: relaxation, détente
détente {f} :: trigger (firearms)
détente {f} [sports] :: height to which one is able to jump
détente {f} [physics] :: expansion of a gas or a spring
détenteur {m} [legal] :: holder
détenteur {m} :: holder (of e.g. a record)
détention {f} [legal] :: detention
détention {f} :: possession, keeping, holding
détentrice {f} :: feminine noun of détenteur
détenu {adj} :: detained
détenu {adj} :: imprisoned, confined
détenu {adj} :: retaining
détenu {m} :: detainee, prisoner, inmate
détenue {f} :: feminine noun of détenu
détergent {m} :: detergent
déterminé {adj} :: determined (resolute, possessing much determination)
déterminé {adj} :: precise; exact
déterminable {adj} :: determinable
déterminant {adj} :: determinant
déterminant {m} [grammar] :: determiner
déterminant {m} [biology] :: determinant
déterminant {m} [linear algebra] :: determinant
déterminant {m} :: determinant as a determining factor
déterminant possessif {m} [grammar] :: possessive determiner
déterminatif {adj} [linguistics, grammar] :: determinative
détermination {f} :: determination
déterminer {v} :: to determine, establish
déterminisme {m} :: determinism
déterministe {adj} :: deterministic
déterministe {mf} :: determinist
déterministique {adj} :: deterministic
déterministiquement {adv} :: deterministically
déterminément {adv} :: determinedly; in a determined way
déterrer {v} :: to dig up
déterrer {v} :: to exhume, disinter
détersif {adj} :: detergent
détersif {m} :: detergent
détestable {adj} :: detestable, despicable
détestable {adj} [humorous, colloquial] :: awful, terrible, very bad at something
détestablement {adv} :: detestably
détestation {f} :: detestation, abhorrence
détester {v} :: to thoroughly dislike; to hate; to detest
détirer {v} :: to stretch (by pulling)
détonateur {m} :: detonator
détonation {f} :: detonation
détoner {vi} :: to detonate
détonner {v} [music] :: to sing out of tune
détonner {vt} :: to stick out
détordre {vt} :: to untwist
détour {m} :: detour
détour {m} :: curve
détour {m} :: evasion
détournement {m} :: rerouting, diversion
détournement {m} [media] :: detournement
détournement {m} :: hijacking
détourner {v} :: to divert
détourner {v} [figuratively] :: to distract, to divert (attention)
détourner {v} :: to hijack
détourner {v} :: to embezzle
détourner {v} :: to turn aside, to turn away, to avert (from something)
détourner {vr} :: to turn aside, to turn away
détoxication {f} :: detoxification
détoxification {f} :: detoxification
détoxifier {vt} :: to detoxify
détoxiquer {v} :: to detoxify
détracteur {m} :: critic, detractor
détraqué {adj} :: broken, broken down, busted
détraqué {adj} :: unsettled
détraquer {vt} :: to upset, wreck
détraquer {vt} :: to unsettle
détrempé {adj} :: sodden
détrempé {adj} :: waterlogged
détrempe {f} [arts] :: tempera
détremper {vt} :: to soak
détremper {vt} :: to water down
détresse {f} :: distress, despair, anguish
détricotage {m} :: the act of unravelling a thread
détricotage {m} [figuratively] :: the act of backing out on a promise
détricoter {v} :: to unravel, to undo (stitches)
détricoter {v} [figuratively] :: to back out on, to undo (a decision), to default
détriment {m} :: detriment
détrimentaire {adj} :: detrimental
détérioration {f} :: deterioration
détériorer {v} :: to deteriorate
détritique {adj} :: detrital
détritivore {adj} :: detritivorous
détritivore {m} :: detritivore
détritus {m} :: detritus
détritus {m} :: litter (fallen leaves etc)
détrôné {adj} :: dethroned
détrôner {v} :: to dethrone
détroit {m} :: strait (narrow channel of water)
détroit de Messine {prop} {m} :: the Strait of Messina
détromper {vt} :: to disabuse (with de = of); to undeceive; to disillusion
détrompeur {m} :: poka-yoke
détrousser {v} :: to rob someone of what they are wearing or carrying; to mug
détrousseur {m} :: agent noun of détrousser; robber, mugger
détrousseuse {f} :: feminine noun of détrousseur
détruire {v} :: to destroy
détruire {v} :: to destruct
détruire {v} :: to demolish
détumescence {f} :: detumescence
du {contraction} :: contraction of de + le (of the)
du {contraction} :: contraction of de + le; forms the partitive article
déçu {adj} :: disappointed
dualine {f} :: dualin
dualiser {v} :: to dualize
dualisme {m} [countable and uncountable, philosophy, religion] :: dualism
dualisme {m} [countable and uncountable, politics] :: dualism
dualiste {mf} :: dualist
dualiste {adj} :: dualist
dualistique {adj} :: dualistic
dualité {f} [mathematics, physics] :: duality; twoness
Dubé {prop} :: surname
Dubaï {prop} {m} :: Dubai (one of the emirates of the United Arab Emirates)
Dubay {prop} :: surname
dubitatif {adj} :: sceptical
dubitation {f} [literary] :: dubitation: the action of putting in doubt, or a state of doubt
dubitation {f} [rhetoric] :: a figure of speech, a passage in which a writer or speaker expresses or feigns doubt, for example to forestall objections
dubitativement {adv} :: doubtingly; with doubts
Dublin {prop} :: Dublin
dubnium {m} :: dubnium
Dubois {prop} :: surname
Dubonnet {prop} :: A French bittersweet red aperitif (of which a drier white version is also available)
Dubreuil {prop} :: surname
Dubuisson {prop} :: surname
duc {m} :: duke (nobleman)
ducal {adj} :: ducal
ducasse {f} [Belgium, North of France] :: any festival that takes place one every two years
Ducasse {prop} :: surname
ducat {m} [numismatics] :: ducat
duché {m} :: a duchy
Duchesne {prop} :: surname
duchesse {f} :: duchess
du coin {adj} :: local, from the neighbourhood
du coup {conj} [colloquial] :: so, as a result
ductile {adj} :: ductile (capable of being pulled or stretched into thin wire)
ductilité {f} :: ductility (ability of a material to be drawn out longitudinally to a reduced section without fracture under the action of a tensile force)
dudit {contraction} :: contraction of de + ledit
dueil {m} :: obsolete spelling of deuil
duel {adj} :: dual (having two components)
duel {m} :: duel (battle)
duel {m} [grammar] :: dual
duelliste {mf} :: duelist, duellist
duettiste {mf} :: duettist (someone who takes part in a duet)
duetto {m} [music] :: a duet
Dufaux {prop} :: surname
du feu de Dieu {adj} [colloquial] :: terrific, awesome
du feu de Dieu {adv} [colloquial] :: extremely well
duffel coat {m} :: alternative spelling of duffel-coat
duffel-coat {m} :: duffel coat
duffle-coat {m} :: alternative spelling of duffel-coat
du fil à retordre {m} [idiomatic] :: a hard time, some difficulties
du fond du cœur {adv} [figuratively] :: from the bottom of one's heart
Dufour {prop} :: Dufour; surname
Dufour-Lapointe {prop} :: Dufour-Lapointe; surname
Dufresne {prop} :: surname
Dufrêne {prop} :: surname
duègne {f} :: chaperone, duenna
dugong {m} :: dugong
duite {f} :: The number of weft threads per unit length (typically per centimetre) of fabric as a measure of fineness
du jour au lendemain {adv} :: overnight, very rapidly
dulcamarine {f} :: dulcamarin
dulcification {f} :: softening (act or process of making softer)
dulcifier {vt} :: to soften (make softer)
dulcinée {f} [poetic] :: inspiring, beautiful woman
dulcite {f} :: dulcite
dulcose {f} :: synonym of dulcite
dulie {f} :: dulia
Dumas {prop} :: surname
du matin au soir {v} [idiom] :: all day long; every waking hour
dument {adv} :: alternative spelling of dûment
du moins {adv} :: at least
Dumont {prop} :: surname
d'un {contraction} :: contraction of de + un
dunaire {adj} :: dunal
d'un autre côté {adv} :: on the other hand
d'un commun accord {adv} :: by mutual agreement, by common consent, consensually
dundee {m} :: a type of small fishing boat
dune {f} :: dune
d'une {contraction} :: de + une
d'une main de maître {adv} :: alternative form of de main de maître
d'une seule traite {adv} :: synonym of d'une traite
d'une traite {adv} [colloquial] :: in one go, without stopping, in one sitting
dunette {f} [nautical] :: poop deck
d'un instant à l'autre {adv} :: any minute now, any time now, momentarily, imminently, very soon
d'un iota {adv} :: Not a bit, not at all
dunkerque {m} :: cabinet
Dunkerque {prop} :: Dunkirk, France
dunkerquois {adj} :: of or from Dunkirk
Dunkerquois {m} :: someone of or from Dunkirk
Dunkerquoise {f} :: feminine singular of Dunkerquois
d'un moment à l'autre {adv} :: any minute now, any time now, imminently, very soon
d'un poil {adv} [colloquial] :: by the skin of one's teeth (barely, closely)
d'un seul coup {adv} :: in one fell swoop
duo {m} :: duo (combination of two things)
duo {m} [music] :: duet (a musical composition for two performers)
duodécimal {adj} :: duodecimal
duodi {m} [historical] :: The second day of the decade (ten-day week) in the French Republican Calendar
duodénal {adj} :: duodenal
duodénite {f} :: duodenitis
duodénum {m} :: duodenum
Duong {prop} :: surname
duopole {m} :: duopoly
du pareil au même {proverb} [idiomatic] :: same difference, six of one, half a dozen of the other
dupe {f} :: A person who has been deceived, see dupe
duper {v} :: to trick, fool, dupe
duperie {f} :: hoax; con; windup
dupeur {m} :: duper (person who dupes)
dupeuse {f} :: feminine noun of dupeur
Duplessis {prop} :: surname
duplex {m} :: a link between two points, such as a cable or a wire
duplex {m} :: duplex (dwelling)
duplexer {v} :: to link two points (with cables, wires, etc.)
duplicata {m} :: duplicate
duplicateur {m} :: duplicator
duplicateuse {f} :: feminine noun of duplicateur
duplication {f} :: duplication
duplicatrice {f} [maths] :: duplicatrix
duplicature {f} :: duplicature
duplicité {f} :: duplicity (intentional deceptiveness)
duplicité {f} :: duality; twoness
dupliquer {v} :: to duplicate
Dupont {prop} :: surname
Dupré {prop} :: surname
Duprée {prop} :: surname
du propre {m} [ironic] :: a fine mess
Dupuis {prop} :: surname
duquel {pron} :: of which, of whom, from which, from whom
dur {adj} :: hard, tough (difficult to penetrate)
dur {adj} :: hard (not soft)
dur {adj} :: hard, tough (not easy, difficult)
dur {adj} :: harsh [e.g. harsh conditions]
dur {adj} [arts] :: harsh [of a penstroke]
dur {adv} :: hard
dur {m} :: firmness, solidity
dur {m} :: hard case (tough person)
durabilité {f} :: durability; sustainability (all meanings)
durable {adj} :: durable
durable {adj} :: sustainable
durablement {adv} :: durably
duracine {f} :: A variety of peach with firm flesh
dural {adj} [anatomy] :: dural
duralumin {m} :: duralumin
duramen {m} :: heartwood; duramen
durant {prep} :: during, while
durassien {adj} :: Durassian
duratif {adj} [linguistics] :: durative (expressing continuing action)
duratif {m} :: the durative case
durcir {v} :: to harden
durcir {vp} :: to harden, become more serious
durcissement {m} [countable and uncountable] :: hardening
durcisseur {adj} [literally and figuratively] :: hardening (causing hardness)
dur à cuire {adj} :: hard-boiled, tough, badass
dur de la feuille {adj} [colloquial] :: hard of hearing
dur d'oreille {adj} [colloquial] :: hard of hearing
durée {f} :: duration, period, time taken
durée de vie {f} :: lifetime
durement {adv} :: sternly, harshly
durement {adv} :: with difficulty
durer {v} :: to last (for)
du reste {adv} [literary] :: furthermore; besides; on top of that
dureté {f} :: hardness, especially of water
dureté {f} :: harshness
Durex {prop} [Canada] :: A brand of adhesive tape
Durex {prop} [France] :: A brand of condom
durian {m} :: durian
durillon {m} :: callus (hardened skin)
durissime {adj} :: superhard
durit {f} :: alternative form of durite
durite {f} :: hose [in a car radiator]
durène {m} [organic compound] :: durene
Durocher {prop} :: surname
durophagie {f} [biology] :: durophagy
d'usage {adj} :: customary, usual
Dussault {prop} :: surname
du tonnerre {adj} [colloquial] :: terrific, awesome
du tonnerre {adv} [colloquial] :: extremely well
du tout {adv} :: at all
du tout {adv} [obsolete] :: entirely, absolutely
du tout {interj} [colloquial] :: not at all
du tout au tout {adv} :: completely, radically, entirely, utterly
duumvir {m} :: duumvir
duumvirat {m} [chiefly historical] :: duumvirate
Duval {prop} :: surname
Duvauchelle {prop} :: surname
du vent {interj} [colloquial] :: hop it! shoo! begone! push off!
duvet {m} [uncountable] :: down (soft, fine feathers)
duvet {m} :: down, fuzz (on face, peach, etc)
duvet {m} :: (down-filled) sleeping bag
duvet {m} :: duvet, continental quilt
duvet {m} [Belgium, Switzerland] :: eiderdown
duveter {vr} [se duveter, of a bird] :: to become downy; covered with down
duveteux {adj} :: downy (characterized by soft feathers)
du vivant de {prep} :: during the lifetime of (someone), in (someone)'s lifetime, when (someone) was alive
dévaler {vti} :: to go down, descend
dévaliser {vt} :: to burgle; to rob
dévalorisation {f} :: devaluation, depreciation
dévaloriser {v} :: to devalorize; to reduce in value
dévaluation {f} :: devaluation
dévaluer {vt} :: to devalue
dévasté {adj} :: devastated, destroyed
dévastateur {adj} :: devastating
dévastation {f} :: devastation, destruction
dévaster {v} :: to devastate, destroy
DVD {m} [initialism] :: DVD
déveine {f} :: bad luck
développé {adj} :: developed
développante {f} [geometry] :: involute
développement {m} :: development
développemental {adj} :: developmental
développement durable {m} :: sustainable development
développer {v} :: to develop
développer {v} [computing] :: to code (an application)
développeur {m} :: developer (software programmer)
développeuse {f} :: feminine noun of développeur
développoïde {f} [geometry] :: developoid
déverbatif {adj} [grammar] :: deverbative
déverbatif {m} [grammar] :: deverbative
dévergondé {adj} :: shameless
dévergondage {f} :: shamelessness
dévergondage {f} :: extravagance
dévergonder {vp} :: to break bad, be led astray
dévergonder {vt} [rare] :: to debauch, corrupt, pervert
déverminage {m} :: burn-in
déverminer {v} [computing] :: to debug
déverni {adj} :: unvarnished
déverrouillage {m} :: unlocking
déverrouiller {vt} :: to unlock, unbolt, unfasten
déversement {m} :: spillage, discharge
déverser {vt} :: to pour, pour out, spill out
déverser {vr} [with dans] :: to pour (into), to flow (into)
déversoir {m} :: overflow, spillway
déviance {f} :: deviance (variation from expected behavior or form)
déviance {f} [statistics] :: anomaly
déviant {adj} :: deviant
déviation {f} [transport] :: diversion; different route to travel
déviation {f} [optics, sport] :: deflection
déviationniste {adj} :: deviationist
déviationniste {mf} :: deviationist
dévidage {m} :: reeling, unwinding, spooling
dévider {v} :: to put (string) into a ball
dévider {v} :: to unwind, spool, reel
dévider {v} [figuratively] :: to recount, to reel off (a story)
dévidoir {m} :: reel, spool
dévier {v} :: to divert
dévier {v} :: to deviate, stray, go off course
dévier {v} :: to deflect, parry
dévirginiser {v} :: to deflower
dévisager {vt} :: to peer at someone's face, stare at a face
dévissable {adj} :: unscrewable (capable of being unscrewed)
dévissage {m} :: unscrewing
dévisser {vt} :: to unscrew, undo
dévitalisé {adj} :: devitalized
dévitalisation {f} :: root canal surgery
dévitaliser {v} :: to devitalize
dévitaliser {v} [surgery] :: to perform root canal surgery
dévitrification {f} :: devitrification
dévitrifier {v} :: to devitrify
dévoiement {m} [of a conduit] :: canting, sloping
dévoiement {m} :: the act of leading astray, corruption
dévoiement {m} :: runny bowels, diarrhoea
dévoiler {vt} :: to unveil (remove a veil from)
dévoiler {vt} [figuratively] :: to unveil, to reveal, to disclose
dévoisement {f} [phonetics, phonology] :: devoicing
dévolu {adj} :: devolved (to)
dévolu {adj} :: reserved (for)
dévolution {f} [legal] :: devolution (transfer of power)
dévoûment {m} :: alternative form of dévouement
dévorant {adj} :: consuming, devouring
dévorateur {adj} :: devouring
dévorer {v} [literally and figuratively] :: to devour
dévoreur {m} :: devourer
dévoreur {adj} :: devouring
dévot {adj} :: devout, godly
dévotement {adv} :: devoutly
dévotieusement {adv} :: devotionally
dévotieusement {adv} :: devoutly
dévotieusement {adv} :: devotedly
dévotion {f} [uncountable] :: religious devotion
dévotion {f} [countable] :: any religious ritual
dévotionnel {adj} :: devotional
dévoué {adj} :: devoted
dévouement {m} :: dedication, commitment (to duty); self-sacrifice
dévouement {m} :: devotion, devotedness
dévouer {vt} :: to sacrifice, to make sacrifices
dévouer {vr} :: to devote, dedicate
dévoyé {adj} [figurative] :: astray, perverted, immoral, corrupt (having strayed from what is viewed as moral)
dévoyé {m} :: stray, immoral or corrupt person (someone who has strayed from a moral lifestyle)
dévoyer {v} :: to mislead, to lead astray
dévoyer {vp} [figuratively] :: to go down the wrong path, to turn delinquant, to leave the straight and narrow
dévêtir {vr} :: to undress
dévêtu {adj} :: undressed
d'y {contraction} :: de + y
dyadique {adj} :: diadic
Dylan {prop} :: given name of Welsh origin, popular in the 1990s
dynamique {adj} :: dynamic, energetic
dynamiquement {adv} :: dynamically
dynamisation {f} :: dynamization
dynamiser {v} :: to dynamize, dynamise (make more dynamic)
dynamisme {m} :: dynamism
dynamitage {m} :: dynamiting, blasting
dynamiter {vt} :: to dynamite (blow up with dynamite)
dynamiteur {m} :: dynamiter (person)
dynamiteur {m} :: destroyer
dynamiteuse {f} :: feminine singular of dynamiteur
dynamoélectrique {adj} [physics] :: electrodynamic
dynamomagnétique {adj} [physics] :: magnetodynamic
dynamomètre {m} :: dynamometer
dynamométrie {f} :: dynamometry
dynamométrique {adj} :: dynamometric
dynamométriquement {adv} :: dynamometrically
dynamoscope {m} :: dynamoscope
dynaste {m} :: petty king, ruler of a smaller state within a greater empire
dynaste {m} :: rhinoceros beetle
dynastie {f} :: dynasty
dynastique {adj} :: dynastic
dynastiquement {adv} :: dynastically
dyne {f} [physics] :: dyne
dyonisiaque {adj} :: Dionysian
dys- {prefix} :: bad status
dys- {prefix} :: malfunctioning
dysarthrie {f} [pathology] :: dysarthria
dyscrasie {f} :: dyscrasy
dysenterie {f} :: dysentery
dysfonctionnel {adj} :: dysfunctional
dysfonctionnement {m} :: malfunction
dysfonctionner {v} :: To malfunction
dysfonction érectile {f} [pathology] :: erectile dysfunction
dysgraphie {f} :: dysgraphia
dyslatéralité {f} :: dyslaterality
dyslexie {f} [pathology] :: dyslexia (a syndrome, inability of reading)
dyslexique {adj} :: dyslexic
dyslexique {mf} :: dyslexic person
dysorthographie {f} :: dysorthographia
dyspareunie {f} [medicine] :: dyspareunia
dyspepsie {f} :: dyspepsia
dysphagie {f} :: dysphagy; difficulty in swallowing
dysphémisme {m} [rare] :: dysphemism
dysplasie {f} [pathology] :: dysplasia
dyspnée {f} :: dyspnea
dyspnœe {f} :: obsolete form of dyspnée
dysprosium {m} :: dysprosium
dysæsthésie {f} :: obsolete form of dysesthésie
dysthymie {f} :: dysthymia
dysthymique {adj} :: dysthymic (of or relating to dysthymia)
dystonique {adj} :: dystonic
dystopie {f} :: dystopia
dystrophie {f} :: dystrophy
dystrophine {f} [protein] :: dystrophin
dystrophisation {f} [ecology] :: dystrophisation
dysurie {f} [pathology] :: dysuria
dézinguer {v} :: To remove a previously-applied zinc coating from a surface
dézinguer {v} :: To supplant (remove forcibly)
dézinguer {v} :: To demolish (an argument)
dézinguer {v} :: To kill, gun down
dézipper {v} [computing] :: to unzip
dzo {m} :: dzo
dézoner {vti} :: To dezone (remove zoning)
dézoner {v} [sport] :: To stray from one's allotted position of the field
dzongkha {m} :: Dzongkha
dézoomer {vi} :: to zoom out
dzêta {m} :: alternative spelling of zêta