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qat {m}  :: khat; qat
qatari {adj}  :: of or relating to Qatar
Qatari {m}  :: Qatari (person from Qatar)
Qatarie {f}  :: feminine form of Qatari
qatarien {adj}  :: Qatari (of, from, or pertaining to Qatar, the Qatari people or the Qatari language)
Qatarien {m}  :: Qatari (person from Qatar or of Qatari descent)
Qatarienne {f}  :: feminine form of Qatarien
Qatariote {mf}  :: Qatari (person from Qatar or of Qatari descent)
Qc. {abbr}  :: alternative form of QC
Qc {abbr}  :: alternative form of QC
QC {abbr}  :: Québec, a province of Canada
QI {m}  :: IQ
qouf {m}  :: qoph
qq {m}  :: abbreviation of quintal
qqn {abbr}  :: sb, somebody
qu' {conj} [before vowel sound]  :: apocopic form of que (that, which)
qu' {pron} [before vowel sound]  :: apocopic form of que (what, that, whom; only)
quadragénaire {adj}  :: Aged between forty and forty-nine
quadragénaire {mf}  :: A person whose age is between forty and forty-nine
quadragésimal {adj}  :: Lenten
quadragésime {f}  :: Lent, Quadragesima
quadrangulaire {adj}  :: quadrangular
quadrant {m}  :: quadrant
quadratique {adj} [mathematics]  :: quadratic (of a class of polynomial of the form  y = a.x^2 + b.x + c )
quadratiquement {adv}  :: quadratically
quadrette {f}  :: A pétanque team of four players
quadrichromie {f}  :: four-colour printing or print
quadridimensionnel {adj}  :: four-dimensional
quadridimensionnellement {adv}  :: four-dimensionally
quadriennal {adj}  :: quadrennial
quadrifide {adj}  :: quadrifid
quadrige {f}  :: quadriga; chariot
quadrijumeau {adj}  :: quadrigeminal
quadrilatère {m}  :: quadrilateral
quadrilingue {adj}  :: quadrilingual
quadrillage {m}  :: coverage
quadrillage {m}  :: grid (on paper etc)
quadrille {mf} [bullfighting]  :: cuadrilla
quadriller {v} [of paper]  :: To crosshatch (mark into squares)
quadriller {v}  :: to criss-cross
quadrilliard {num}  :: 1027, a billion billion billion by the long scale, a short scale octillion
quadrillion {num}  :: 1024; a quadrillion by the long scale; a short scale septillion
quadrimoteur {adj}  :: four-engine (attributive) (aircraft etc)
quadriphonie {f}  :: quadraphony
quadripôle {m}  :: quadripole, two-port network
quadriplégie {f}  :: quadriplegia (paralysis of all four limbs)
quadriréacteur {adj}  :: four-engine (attributive)
quadriréacteur {m}  :: A four-engine aircraft
quadrirème {f}  :: quadrireme (galley with four banks of oars)
quadrisulfure {m}  :: tetrasulfide / tetrasulphide
quadrumane {adj} [zoology]  :: quadrumanous, quadrumane
quadrumane {m} [zoology]  :: quadrumane
quadrupède {adj}  :: quadrupedal
quadrupède {m}  :: quadruped (a four-footed animal)
quadruplé {m}  :: quadruplet
quadruple {adj} [chiefly, music]  :: Which is equal to four times, or the fourth power of another value
quadruple {adj}  :: Which is repeated four times
quadruple {m} [Scrabble]  :: A move whose score is multiplied by four
quadruple {m} [Scrabble]  :: The area on the board where such a move is possible
quadruple {m}  :: Something that is equal to four times something else
quadrupôle {m}  :: quadripole, two-port network
quadruplement {adv}  :: quadruply
quadrupler {v}  :: to quadruple, to multiply by four
quadruplet {m}  :: quadruplet (sequence of 4 elements)
quadrupolaire {adj}  :: quadrupolar
quai {m}  :: platform (of a station)
quai {m}  :: quay, wharf
Quai d'Orsay {prop}  :: (the location of) the French Foreign Affairs Ministry
quaker {m}  :: Quaker (believer of the Quaker faith)
quakeresse {f}  :: Quakeress
qualifiable {adj}  :: qualifiable
qualificatif {adj}  :: qualifying
qualificatif {m} [grammar]  :: qualifier
qualification {f}  :: Qualification (all senses)
qualifier {v}  :: to qualify (of a sports team, etc.)
qualité {f}  :: quality ((all senses))
qualitatif {adj}  :: qualitative
qualitativement {adv}  :: qualitatively
qualité de vie {f}  :: quality of life
quand {adv}  :: when
quand {conj}  :: when
quand le chat n'est pas là, les souris dansent {proverb} [idiomatic]  :: when the cat's away the mice will play
quand les poules auront des dents {adv} [idiomatic]  :: when Hell freezes over; when pigs fly (never)
quand le vin est tiré, il faut le boire {proverb}  :: in for a penny, in for a pound
quand même {adv}  :: anyway, anyhow, just the same, all the same
quand même {adv} [colloquial, serves as an intensifier]  :: really, extremely
quand on parle du loup {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: when you speak of someone they will appear; speak of the devil
quant {adv}  :: only used in quant à
quant à {prep}  :: according to
quant à {prep}  :: as for
quantifié {adj}  :: quantified
quantificateur {m}  :: Quantifier
quantificateur existentiel {m}  :: existential quantifier
quantificateur universel {m}  :: universal quantifier
quantification {f}  :: quantification
quantifier {v}  :: to quantify
quantième {adv} [interrogative, literary]  :: which day of the month
quantique {adj}  :: quantum
quantité {f}  :: quantity
quantitatif {adj}  :: quantitative
quantitativement {adv}  :: quantitatively
quantum {m} [physics]  :: quantum
quarantaine {f}  :: A number, group ... of or about forty
quarantaine {f}  :: A quarantine, isolation to prevent contamination
quarante {num}  :: forty
quarante-huitard {m} [colloquial] 1848 revolutionary
quarantième {adj}  :: fortieth
quarantième {mf}  :: fortieth
quark {m} [particle]  :: quark
quarkonique {adj}  :: quarkonic
quarré {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of carré
quarré {m}  :: obsolete spelling of carré
quarté {m}  :: A bet on the first four horses in a race
quart {m}  :: quarter (fraction)
quart de finale {m}  :: quarter-final (round of eight)
quarter {m}  :: quarter (old measure of corn)
quarteron {m}  :: quadroon
quarteron {m}  :: quarter of a pound
quartette {m}  :: Quartet; A music composition in four parts, each performed by a single voice or instrument
quartette {m}  :: Quartet; The set of four musicians who perform a piece of music together in four parts
quartidi {m}  :: The fourth day of the ten-day week in the French Republican Calendar
quartier {m} [astronomy]  :: quarter
quartier {m} [dated]  :: quarter, mercy
quartier {m}  :: piece, chunk; segment (of fruit), quarter (of beef)
quartier {m}  :: quarter, district (part of town), neighbourhood
quartier chaud {m}  :: red-light district
quartier général {m}  :: headquarters
quartier-maître {m} [military, nautical]  :: quartermaster
quartz {m}  :: quartz
quasi {adv} [dated, colloquial, regional or literary]  :: almost, nearly
quasi- {prefix}  :: quasi-
quasiment {adv}  :: practically, almost
quasiparticule {f}  :: alternative form of quasi-particule
quasi-particule {f} [physics]  :: quasiparticle
quasi-totalité {f}  :: near-totality
quaternaire {adj}  :: quaternary
quatorze {num}  :: fourteen
quatorzième {adj}  :: fourteenth
quatorzième {mf}  :: fourteenth
quatorzièmement {adv}  :: fourteenthly
quatre {num}  :: four
quatre-épices {m}  :: a kind of spice mix
quatre-épices {m}  :: allspice (spice)
quatre-quarts {m}  :: pound cake (dense yellow cake)
quatre-vingt {m} [France]  :: Form of quatre-vingts used in compounds (the numbers 81 to 99, larger numbers ending in numbers from 81 to 99, and the ordinal numbers corresponding to any of these numbers)
quatre-vingt-dix {num}  :: ninety
quatre-vingt-dixième {adj}  :: ninetieth
quatre-vingt-dixième {mf}  :: ninetieth
quatre-vingt-dix-neuf {m}  :: ninety-nine (cardinal number 99)
quatre-vingtième {adj}  :: eightieth
quatre-vingtième {mf}  :: eightieth
quatre-vingts {m}  :: eighty, 80
quatre-vingt-un {num}  :: eighty-one
quatriesme {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of quatrième
quatrième {adj}  :: fourth
quatrième {mf}  :: fourth
quatrièmement {adv}  :: fourthly
quatuor {m} [music]  :: quartet (composition)
quatuor {m} [music]  :: quartet (group of musicians)
quatuor {m} [sexuality]  :: foursome
qu'au {contraction}  :: que + au
québécisme {m}  :: Quebecism
québécois {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Quebec
québécois {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the French Canadian ethnic and linguistic group comprising the majority of the Quebec population
Québécois {m}  :: Quebecer; Québécois person
Québécoise {f}  :: feminine form of Québécois
québécol {m} [organic compound]  :: quebecol
Québec {prop}  :: Quebec (the capital city of the eponymous province of Canada)
Québec {prop}  :: Quebec (the province of Canada)
que {conj} [construed with ne]  :: only
que {conj} [rft-sense, fragment=que#French]  :: Links two noun phrases in apposition forming a clause without a (finite) verb, such that the complement acts as predicate
que {conj}  :: Substitutes for another, previously stated conjunction
que {conj}  :: than (introduces a comparison)
que {conj}  :: that (connects a noun clause)
que {conj} [with the other clause in the negative]  :: when, no sooner
que {pron} [slightly formal]  :: The inanimate direct-object interrogative pronoun
que {pron} [slightly formal]  :: The subject or predicative interrogative pronoun
que {pron}  :: The direct-object relative pronoun
quechua {m}  :: the Quechua language
que dalle {pron} [slang]  :: sod all, naff all
que de {adv}  :: how (modifier)
que faites-vous dans la vie {phrase}  :: what do you do? (what is your job?)
quel {adj}  :: (exclamative) what
quel {adj}  :: what
quel {adj}  :: which
quelconque {adj}  :: any, any which one
quel âge as-tu {phrase}  :: how old are you?
qu'elle {contraction}  :: que + elle
quelle {pron}  :: (exclamation) What a ...!
quelle {pron}  :: which?
quelle heure est-il {phrase}  :: what time is it?
quelle horreur {interj}  :: that's terrible, how horrible, isn't that awful
quellement {adv}  :: In such or suchlike a manner
qu'elles {contraction}  :: que + elles
quelles {pron}  :: which?
quelle surprise {phrase} [phrase]  :: What a surprise. "Quelle surprise."
quelque {pron}  :: some (singular)
quelque chose {pron}  :: something (an indefinite or indeterminate object)
quelquefois {adv}  :: sometimes
quelque part {adv}  :: somewhere
quelques {adj}  :: some (plural)
quelqu'un {pron}  :: someone, somebody, anyone, anybody
quelqu'une {pron} [rare, poetic]  :: feminine form of quelqu'un
quel temps fait-il {phrase}  :: how's the weather?
quenelle {f}  :: dumpling, quenelle (food)
quenelle {f} [slang]  :: An obscene gesture of defiance made by holding one's upper arm with the other hand and holding the hand of the held arm outstretched and pointing at the ground; often held to have antisemitic overtones
quenelle {f} [slang]  :: penis
quenotte {f} [colloquial]  :: tooth, toothy-peg
quenottier {m} [rare]  :: tooth-drawer
quenouille {f}  :: distaff
Quentin {prop}  :: male given name of Latin origin; recently popular
quenya {m}  :: Quenya
quercétine {f} [organic compound]  :: quercetin
querelle {f}  :: quarrel, argument
quereller {v}  :: to quarrel, to squabble
querelleur {adj}  :: quarrelsome
qu'est-ce que {pron}  :: what is (used as an interrogative for a definition)
qu'est-ce que {pron}  :: what (used as an interrogative for a direct object)
qu'est-ce que c'est {phrase}  :: what is it?
qu'est-ce qui {pron}  :: what (used as an interrogative)
questeur {m}  :: quaestor
question {f}  :: a matter or issue; a problem
question {f}  :: a question
questionnaire {m}  :: questionnaire
questionnement {m}  :: questioning
questionner {v}  :: to call into question
questionner {v}  :: to question, interrogate
questionneur {m}  :: questioner
questionneuse {f}  :: questioner (female)
question piège {f}  :: trick question
question-tag {f}  :: tag question (question inviting agreement)
queue {f}  :: queue, line
queue {f} [snooker]  :: cue
queue {f}  :: tail
queue {f} [vulgar, slang]  :: cock, dick
queue-de-cheval {f}  :: ponytail (hairstyle)
queue-de-pie {f}  :: tailcoat (formal evening jacket)
qu'eux {contraction}  :: que + eux: than them, than they, or that they
queux {m} [obsolete]  :: cook
qui {pron} [interrogative]  :: who, whom
qui {pron} [relative]  :: which, that
qui a bu boira {phrase}  :: who has drunk will drink again
qui aime bien châtie bien {proverb}  :: you've got to be cruel to be kind
qui aime bien, châtie bien {proverb}  :: Spare the rod and spoil the child
quiche {f}  :: quiche
quichenotte {f}  :: A type of women's hat resembling a head scarf, popular in certain areas of France
quicher {v} [slang]  :: to throw up, puke
quichottesque {adj}  :: quixotic
quichua {m}  :: alternative spelling of quechua
quick {m}  :: quick waltz
quiconque {pron}  :: anyone, whoever
quid {pron}  :: what about
quignon {m}  :: heel of bread
qu'il {contraction}  :: See qu', il
quille {f} [colloquial]  :: pin, peg (leg)
quille {f} [juggling]  :: club
quille {f} [military slang]  :: demob
quille {f} [nautical]  :: keel
quille {f}  :: skittle
qu'ils {contraction}  :: que + ils
Quimper {prop}  :: Quimper
quimpérois {adj}  :: of or from Quimper
Quimpérois {m}  :: someone of or from Quimper
-quin {suffix}  :: A suffix forming masculine nouns, originally diminutives, occurring especially in words of Dutch and Flemish origin
quincaille {f}  :: hardware
quincailler {m}  :: alternative spelling of quincaillier
quincaillerie {f}  :: hardware store
quincaillier {m}  :: ironmonger, hardware dealer
quinconce {m}  :: A quincunx, a group of five items arranged in a square with one in the middle
quinconce {m} [by extension]  :: A place planted in this manner
quinconce {m} [by extension]  :: A plantation made at equal distances in a straight row, giving multiple alleys of trees in different directions
qui ne dit mot consent {proverb}  :: He who says nothing (tacitly) agrees; silence is consent
qui ne risque rien n'a rien {proverb}  :: no pain, no gain
qui ne tente rien n'a rien {proverb}  :: alternative form of qui ne risque rien n'a rien
quinine {f}  :: quinine
quinnat {m}  :: a quinnat salmon
quinquagénaire {adj}  :: quinquagenarian
quinquagénaire {mf}  :: quinquagenarian
quinquennal {adj}  :: five-year
quinquennat {m}  :: a five-year period in government
quinquet {m} [colloquial, humorous]  :: peeper, eye
quinquet {m} [historical]  :: oil lamp
quinquin {m}  :: a small child
quinquina {m}  :: cinchona (tree)
quinté {m}  :: A bet on the first five horses in a race
quintal {m}  :: quintal (100 kg)
quintal {m}  :: quintal (hundredweight)
quinte {f} [card games]  :: (five-card) straight
quinte {f} [fencing]  :: quinte
quinte {f}  :: fit (of coughing)
quinte {f} [music]  :: fifth (musical interval), quintus (choir)
quinte flush {f} [poker]  :: straight flush
quinte flush royale {f} [poker]  :: royal flush
quintette {m}  :: Quintet; A composition for five voices or instruments;
quintette {m}  :: Quintet; the set of five persons who sing or play five-part music
quinteux {adj}  :: bilious, ill-tempered
quinteux {adj} [medicine]  :: quintan
quintidi {m}  :: The fifth day of the ten-day week in the French Republican Calendar
quintidodécaèdre {m}  :: quintidodecahedron
quintilliard {num}  :: 1033, a million billion billion billion by the long scale, a short scale decillion
quintillion {num}  :: 1030; a quintillion by the long scale; a short scale nonillion
quintuple {m}  :: quintuple
quintuplement {m}  :: fivefold increase
quintupler {v}  :: to quintuple, to multiply by five
quinvicies {adv} [legal]  :: twenty-fifthly
quinzaine {f}  :: about fifteen people, about fifteen things, etc
quinzaine {f}  :: A period of fifteen consecutive days. By extension, two weeks; a fortnight
quinze {num}  :: fifteen
quinzième {adj}  :: fifteenth
quinzième {mf}  :: fifteenth
quinzièmement {adv}  :: fifteenthly
quinzomadaire {adj}  :: fortnightly
quinzomadaire {f}  :: fortnightly; fortnightly publication
quiproquo {m}  :: equivocation
quiproquo {m}  :: misunderstanding
qui se ressemble s'assemble {proverb}  :: birds of a feather flock together
quiètement {adv}  :: quietly
quiétisme {m}  :: quietism
Quito {prop}  :: Quito
quitte {adj}  :: quits
quitte à {adv}  :: at the risk of, however much
quitte à {adv}  :: since, given that
quitter {v}  :: to leave, to quit
quitter {v}  :: to part
quiétude {f}  :: tranquility
quitus {m}  :: discharge (of a debt etc)
qui vole un œuf vole un bœuf {proverb}  :: once a thief, always a thief (Someone dishonest enough to steal a small thing can steal a big thing as well.)
quémander {v}  :: to beg (for), to cadge
quémandeur {m}  :: beggar
quémandeur {m}  :: supplicant
quoi {adv} [colloquial]  :: you know, like, y'know
quoi {pron} [slang]  :: aught, anything, something
quoi {pron}  :: what
quoi de neuf {phrase}  :: what's up, how's it going, what's new (an informal greeting)
quoiqu' {conj} [before vowel sound]  :: apocopic form of quoique
quoi que {pron}  :: whatever (+ subjunctive)
quoique {conj}  :: though, although
qu'on {contraction}  :: que + on
quota {m}  :: quota
quotidien {adj}  :: Daily, everyday
quotidien {m}  :: A daily, a daily paper: a newspaper that is published daily
quotidiennement {adv}  :: daily (every day)
quotidienneté {f}  :: daily life
quotient {m}  :: Quotient (result of a division)
quotient intellectuel {m}  :: intelligence quotient (IQ)
quotité {f}  :: quota
quoy {pron}  :: obsolete spelling of quoi
quéquette {f} [childish]  :: penis; willy; tackle
quérir {v} [literary, or, archaic]  :: to seek; used especially after certain verbs
quæsteur {m}  :: obsolete form of questeur
quæstion {f}  :: obsolete form of question
quétaine {adj} [Quebec]  :: unfashionable; outmoded; dated
quétaine {mf} [Quebec, pejorative]  :: someone unrefined or ignorant
quête {f}  :: quest, search
quêter {v}  :: to beg (for money)
quêter {v}  :: to search for; to look for
quêteur {m}  :: quester, seeker
quêteux {m} [Quebec]  :: beggar
qu'un {contraction}  :: que + un
qu'une {contraction}  :: que + une
qwerty {m}  :: a qwerty keyboard