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-s {suffix} :: Used to form the regular plurals of most nouns and adjectives
-s {suffix} :: Used to form the irregular plurals of a few nouns and adjectives in -au, -eu (which regularly add -x) and in -al (which regularly make -aux)
s/ {prep} :: abbreviation of sur
s' {conj} :: Elision of si (if) before il or ils
s' {pron} :: Elision of se before a word beginning with a vowel
s' {pron} [colloquial] :: Elision of se before a word beginning with a consonant
S {abbr} :: abbreviation of sud; south
S {letter} :: letter
sa {determiner} [possessive] :: His, her, its, one's
SA {abbr} :: Société Anonyme (Incorporated (Inc.)) (Limited liability company (Ltd.))
sabadilline {f} :: synonym of vératrine
sabayon {m} :: zabaglione (custard-like dessert made with egg yolks, sugar and Marsala wine)
sabbat {m} :: Sabbath, biblical seventh day
sabbat {m} :: witches' Sabbath, meeting of witches at midnight
sabbat {m} :: noisy meeting
sabbataire {adj} :: Relating to the celebration of God on the day of Sabbath
sabbataire {m} :: Christianized Jew who would respect the day of Sabbath
sabbataire {m} :: Sabbatarian, Christian respecting the day of Sabbath because it is not formally abolished by the Scriptures
sabbatique {adj} :: sabbatical, related to Shabbath
sabbatique {adj} :: sabbatical, related to a leave
sabbatiser {v} :: to celebrate the Sabbath
sabbatisme {m} :: Sabbatarianism
sabbatiste {adj} :: related to Sabbatarianism
Sabine {prop} {f} :: given name
sabir {m} :: lingua franca, sabir
sabkha {f} :: alt form sebkha
sablage {m} :: sanding; sandblasting
sable {m} :: sand
sable {m} [tincture] :: The heraldic colour sable; black
sablé {adj} :: sandy
sablé {m} :: biscuit sablé, shortbread
sable mouvant {m} :: quicksand
sabler {v} :: to sand (cover with sand)
sabler {v} :: to sandblast
sabler {v} [drinking] :: to chug (drink quickly)
sabler {v} [cooking] :: to cut butter or fat into flour to form a pebbly mixture
sableur {m} :: sander (person)
sableux {adj} :: sandy
sablier {m} :: hourglass; egg timer
sablière {f} :: sand quarry
sablière {f} :: sandbox (on a train)
sablon {m} [archaic] :: sand
sablonner {v} :: to sand (cover with sand)
sablonneux {adj} :: sandy
sablonnière {f} :: sandpit
sabord {m} :: gunport (hatch in the hull of a ship through which a cannon is fired)
sabord {m} :: scuttle, porthole
sabordage {m} [nautical] :: scuttling
saborder {vt} [nautical] :: to scuttle (a ship)
saborder {vt} [figuratively] :: to pull the plug on
sabot {m} :: wooden shoe, clog
sabot {m} :: hoof
sabotage {m} :: sabotage
saboter {v} :: to sabotage
saboteur {m} :: saboteur
saboteuse {f} :: feminine singular of saboteur
sabotier {m} :: sabotier
sabrage {m} :: sabrage
sabre {m} :: a single-edged sword
sabre {m} :: the force, arms
sabre {m} :: cutlassfish
sabre laser {m} :: lightsaber (a fictional type of sword)
sabrer {vt} :: to slash with a sabre
sabrer {v} [figuratively] :: to remove large sections from a text while editing it, to axe
sabrer {v} :: Open a bottle, usually champagne, with a slice from a sword
Sabrina {prop} :: given name borrowed from English, popular from the 1970s to the 1990s
sac {m} :: bag, sack
sac {m} :: plunder, loot
sac à dos {m} :: backpack (bag worn on a person's back)
sac à main {m} :: handbag; purse
sac à vin {m} [colloquial] :: drunkard
saccade {f} :: a jerk (jerking movement)
saccade {f} :: a rapid jerky movement of the eye (voluntary or involuntary) from one focus to another
saccade {f} :: the act of checking a horse quickly with a single strong pull of the reins
saccadé {adj} :: jerky, jolty
saccader {v} :: to jerk, jolt; to shake
saccage {m} :: devastation, destruction
saccage {m} :: pillage, ransacking
saccager {vt} :: to sack, pillage
saccager {vt} [figuratively] :: to ransack
saccageur {m} :: pillager
saccareux {adj} :: alternative form of sacchareux
saccaride {m} [chemistry] :: saccharide, carbohydrate
saccarifier {v} :: To saccharify
saccarine {f} :: alternative form of saccharine
sacchareux {adj} :: sugary
saccharide {m} [chemistry] :: alternative form of saccaride
saccharidique {adj} [biochemistry] :: saccharidic
saccharifier {v} :: alternative form of saccarifier
saccharinate {m} :: saccharinate
saccharine {f} :: saccharin
saccharolipide {m} [organic chemistry] :: saccharolipid, glycolipid
saccharose {m} :: sucrose
sacculaire {adj} [anatomy] :: saccular
sac de couchage {m} :: sleeping bag
sac de nœuds {m} :: can of worms, tar baby, snarl
SACEM {prop} :: initialism of Société des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs de musique
sacerdoce {m} :: priesthood
sacerdotal {adj} :: priestly
sacerdotalement {adv} :: in a priestly manner
Sacha {prop} {m} :: given name, cognate to German Sascha and English Sasha
sachet {m} :: (small) bag
Sachiko {prop} :: given name
sacoche {f} :: (small) bag
sacoche {f} :: handbag
sacoche {f} :: bumbag
sacoche {f} :: pouch (for electronic equipment)
sac pollinique {m} :: pollen sac
sacqueboute {m} [musical instruments] :: sackbut
sacquer {vt} :: alternative form of saquer
sacral {adj} :: sacral
sacralisation {f} :: sacralization
sacraliser {v} :: to make sacred
sacramentaire {adj} :: sacramental
sacramental {m} :: sacramental
sacramentalement {adv} :: sacramentally
sacramentel {adj} :: sacramental
sacramentel {adj} :: ritual
sacramentellement {adv} :: sacramentally
sacramentellement {adv} :: ritually
Sacramento {prop} {m} :: Sacramento, capital city of California
sacre {m} :: coronation
sacre {m} [Quebec] :: swear word
sacré {adj} :: sacred, holy
sacré {adj} :: religious
sacré {adj} :: absolute
sacré {adj} :: very important
sacré {adj} :: bloody (in this sense, always before the noun)
sacré {adj} :: without any particular meaning except the admiration of the speaker
sacré {adj} :: related to sacrum
sacre bleu {interj} :: alternative spelling of sacrebleu
sacrebleu {interj} [dated] :: good heavens
sacredieu {interj} :: synonym of sacrebleu
sacrement {m} :: sacrament (sacred act or ceremony)
sacrément {adv} :: bloody, incredibly, really
sacrer {vt} :: To crown
sacrer {vt} :: To post (nominate to a certain post or position)
sacrer {vt} [Quebec, Louisiana] :: whack; slam (put violently)
sacrer {vi} [Quebec, Louisiana] :: To swear; to run one's mouth
sacrer {vi} [Louisiana] :: To throw, to fling
sacrer comme un bûcheron {v} [Canada, simile] :: to swear like a trooper, to swear like a sailor
sacrificateur {m} :: sacrificer
sacrificatoire {adj} :: sacrificial
sacrifice {m} :: sacrifice
sacrificiel {adj} :: sacrificial
sacrifié {adj} :: sacrificed
sacrifié {adj} :: unimportant
sacrifier {v} :: to sacrifice (all meanings)
sacrilège {adj} :: sacrilegious
sacrilège {m} :: sacrilege (desecration, profanation, misuse or violation of something sacred)
sacrilégement {adv} :: sacrilegiously
sacripant {m} :: rascal
sacripant {m} :: braggart
sacristain {m} :: sexton
sacristi {interj} [colloquial, dated] :: good Lord, heavens above
sacristie {f} :: sacristy
sacrosaint {adj} :: sacred
sacrosaint {adj} :: sacrosanct
sacrovertébral {adj} [anatomy] :: sacrovertebral
sadducéen {adj} :: Sadducean
Sade {prop} :: a place in France
Sade {prop} :: Marquis de Sade
sadète {m} :: sadet
sadien {adj} :: Related to, or characteristic of the Marquis de Sade
sadien {adj} :: synonym of sadique
sadique {adj} :: sadistic
sadique {mf} :: sadist
sadiquement {adv} :: sadistically
sadisme {m} :: sadism
sadiste {mf} :: sadist
sado {adj} [colloquial] :: sadistic
sado {mf} [colloquial] :: a sadist
sadomasochisme {m} :: sadomasochism
sadomasochiste {m} :: sadomasochist
sæculier {adj} :: obsolete form of séculier
safari {m} :: safari
s'affoler {v} :: to go crazy, go bonkers
s'affoler {v} :: to hurry up, to make haste
safran {m} :: saffron
safran {m} :: rudder blade
safre {m} :: sapphire
safre {adj} :: sapphire (colour)
saga {f} :: saga
sagace {adj} :: shrewd, sagacious
sagacement {adv} :: wisely
sagacité {f} :: sagacity; shrewdness
sagaie {f} :: assegai (slim hardwood spear or javelin with an iron tip)
sage {adj} [of a, person] :: wise: prudent, cautious and judicious
sage {adj} [of a, woman] :: Chaste, modest, irreproachable in conduct
sage {adj} [of a, child] :: Good, well-behaved, not naughty
sage {mf} :: A person who is prudent, cautious and judicious
sage {mf} :: A sage (person)
sage comme une image {adj} [simile] :: good as gold, quiet as a mouse
sage-femme {f} :: midwife
sagefemme {f} :: alternative spelling of sage-femme
sagement {adv} :: wisely, sagely
sagesse {f} :: wisdom, reason, sense
sagesse {f} :: prudence
sagesse {f} :: foresight
sagette {f} [archaic, literary and humorous] :: arrow
s'agir {v} :: to be about
s'agir {v} :: to be a question of
s'agir {v} :: to essentially be; to be essentially
sagittaire {m} [archaic] :: bowman, archer
sagittaire {m} [plant] :: arrowhead
Sagittaire {mf} :: Sagittarius (someone with a Sagittarius star sign)
Sagittaire {prop} {m} :: Sagittarius (constellation)
Sagittaire {prop} {m} :: Sagittarius (star sign)
sagou {m} :: sago
sagoutier {m} :: sago palm
saguenéen {adj} :: Of or from Saguenay
Sahara {prop} {m} :: Sahara
Sahara occidental {prop} {m} :: Western Sahara
saharien {adj} :: Saharan (related to the Sahara desert)
saharienne {f} :: (women's) safari jacket
sahélien {adj} :: Sahelian
sahraoui {adj} :: Western Saharan, Sahrawi
Sahraoui {m} :: Sahrawi
Saïd {prop} {m} :: given name: Said
saie {f} :: a short garment worn by ancient Persians, Romans, and Gauls in combat
saïga {m} :: saiga (antelope)
saignant {adj} :: bloody, bleeding (covered in blood)
saignant {adj} [cooking] :: rare, bloody (cooked very lightly)
saignée {f} [medicine] :: bleeding; bloodletting
saignée {f} [figuratively] :: huge cut; heavy loss
saignée {f} :: trench; groove; ditch
saignement {m} :: bleeding
saigner {vi} :: to bleed, to be bleeding
saigner {vt} :: to bleed, to drain blood from
saigner à blanc {v} :: bleed white (cause hardship by cutting supplies off)
saigneur {m} :: bloodletter, bleeder
saigneuse {f} :: feminine singular of saigneur
Saïgon {prop} {m} [history] :: Saigon
saïgonnais {adj} [history] :: Saigonese
Saïgonnais {m} [history] :: a Saigonese
Saïgonnaise {f} :: feminine noun of Saïgonnais
saillant {adj} :: salient (prominent)
saillant {adj} :: acute (angle)
saillie {f} :: projection, protrusion
saillie {f} :: spurt
saillie {f} :: sally, sortie
saillir {v} [archaic, , chiefly of a liquid] :: to spurt
saillir {v} [archaic] :: to sire (to procreate)
saillir {v} :: to stick out, bulge out, jut out
sain {adj} :: healthy; in good health
sain {adj} :: healthful; beneficial to health of body or mind
sainbois {m} :: alternative form of saint-bois
saindoux {m} :: lard
sainement {adv} :: healthily
sainement {adv} :: soundly
sain et sauf {adj} :: safe and sound
sainfoin {m} :: sainfoin
saint {m} :: saint
saint {adj} :: saintly (all meanings)
saint-bernard {m} :: Saint Bernard (breed of dog)
saint-bois {m} :: A type of daphne (Daphne gnidium)
Saint-Christophe-et-Niévès {prop} :: Saint Kitts and Nevis (A country in the Caribbean)
Saint-Denis {prop} {m} :: Saint-Denis
Saint-Domingue {prop} {m} [now, historical] :: Saint-Domingue
Saint-Domingue {prop} {m} :: Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic
sainte {f} :: feminine noun of saint
Sainte {prop} {f} :: A title given to a female saint
Sainte Barbe {prop} :: Saint Barbara, the patron saint of explosives and explosives-workers
Sainte Barbe {prop} :: alternate form of Sainte-Barbe; A placename
Sainte Barbe {prop} :: surname
Sainte Barbe {f} [military, obsolete] :: A powder magazine, especially aboard a ship
Sainte-Hélène {prop} {f} :: Saint Helena
Sainte-Lucie {prop} {f} :: Saint Lucia
saintement {adv} :: saintly
saint empire romain {prop} {m} :: obsolete form of Saint-Empire romain germanique
Saint-Empire romain germanique {prop} {m} [history] :: Holy Roman Empire (literally “Germanic Roman Holy-Empire”)
sainte nitouche {f} :: (female) goody-goody, goody two-shoes
Saintes {prop} :: A city in the southeastern French département Charente-Maritime, the former capital of the Saintonge province
Saintes {prop} :: A French Catholic diocese named after the above, its see
Saintes {prop} :: A French arrondissement named after the above, its capital
Saintes {prop} [in the plural] :: A small French Caribbean island chain in the Leeward Islands, a dependency of Guadeloupe
Saint-Esprit {prop} {m} [Christianity] :: Holy Spirit (one of the three persons of the Holy Trinity)
sainteté {f} :: sanctity
Saint-Étienne {prop} {m} :: Saint-Étienne (a city eastern central France)
Saint-Germain-des-Prés {prop} :: An area of Paris where a former abbey of the same name once stood
Saint-Germain-des-Prés {prop} :: Any of several communes in other parts of France
Saint-Louis {prop} :: A commune in the Haut-Rhin département, Alsace, France. Archaically known as Sankt Ludwig bei Basel
Saint-Louis-et-Parahou {prop} :: A commune in the Aude department of Languedoc-Roussillon
saint-lucien {adj} :: Saint Lucian
Saint-Malo {prop} {m} :: Saint-Malo
Saint-Marin {prop} {m} :: San Marino
Saint-Martin-le-Nœud {prop} :: Saint-Martin-le-Nœud
saintongeais {adj} [attributive] :: Saintonge
saintongeais {m} :: Saintongeais (language)
saint patron {m} :: patron saint
Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux {prop} :: A town in the Tricastin region of Drôme
Saint-Pétersbourg {prop} :: Saint Petersburg, the city in Russia
saint-pierre {m} :: John Dory (edible marine fish)
saint-pierre {m} :: Any of a group of other fish. See French Wikipedia for more details
Saint-Saëns {prop} :: surname
Saint-Saëns {prop} :: In particular, the composer Camille Saint-Saëns (1835–1921)
Saint-Saëns {prop} :: A commune in Seine-Maritime, Normandy
Saint-Siège {prop} {m} :: Holy See
Saint-Sylvestre {prop} {f} :: New Year's Eve
Saint-Tropez {prop} :: A town, in the Var department of France, on the French Riviera
Saint-Valentin {prop} {f} :: Valentine's Day
Saint-Vincent-et-Grenadines {prop} :: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (A country in the Caribbean)
Saint-Zénon {prop} :: A small town in the Québec province of Canada
Saint-Zéphirin-de-Courval {prop} :: A municipality of Quebec, Canada
Saint-Zotique {prop} :: A municipality near Montreal in Quebec
saisie {f} :: seizure (of drugs, property etc.)
saisine {f} [legal] :: vesting of a court with a case
saisine {f} [legal, feudalism] :: seisin
saisir {v} :: to take hold of; to grab
saisir {v} :: to seize, to take (an illegal product), to capture
saisir {v} :: to grasp mentally; understand
saisir {v} [computing] :: to capture (screen or data)
saisir {v} [computing] :: To type (something) into a computer; to input
saisir {v} [accounting] :: To record (something) in an account, ledger, etc
saisir {v} [law] :: To vest a court with a case; to refer a matter to a court
saisissable {adj} :: graspable, seizable
saisissable {adj} :: understandable
saisissant {adj} :: gripping
saisissant {adj} :: striking
saisissant {adj} :: biting (cold)
saisissement {m} :: shock
saisissement {m} [dated] :: sudden chill
saison {f} :: season (one of the four parts of the year in temperate regions: winter, spring, summer and autumn)
saison {f} :: season (a certain time of the year, when something in particular happens)
saison {f} [sports] :: season (the time of the year when teams compete)
saisonnaliser {v} [statistics] :: To seasonalize
saisonnier {adj} :: seasonal
saisonnièrement {adv} :: seasonally
Saito {prop} :: surname
saké {m} :: sake, rice wine
Sakura {prop} :: given name
salade {f} :: salad (raw vegetables in general)
salade {f} :: salad (a serving of raw vegetables)
salade {f} [historical] :: sallet
salade de fruits {f} :: fruit salad (salad made of fruit)
saladelle {f} :: sea lavender (of the genus Limonium)
salade niçoise {f} :: Niçoise salad
saladerie {f} :: salad bar (buffet for salad and cold food)
saladerie {f} :: salad shop
saladier {m} :: A salad bowl, a mixing bowl
salafasciste {mf} :: Salafascist
salafisme {m} :: Salafism
salafiste {adj} :: Salafist
salafiste {mf} :: Salafist
salage {m} [cooking] :: salting (adding of salt)
salage {m} :: salting (putting of salt onto e.g. roads)
salaire {m} :: salary, wage
salaison {f} :: act of salting
salaison {f} :: salt meat
salaisonnerie {f} :: A place where meat is salted / cured
salaisonnier {m} :: A person who salts / cures meat
salaisonnière {f} :: feminine singular of salaisonnier
salamalec {m} [colloquial, derogatory, ironic] :: a show of politeness, deference or flattery which is hypocritical, affected or exaggerated
salamalec {m} [archaic] :: salaam
salamandre {f} :: salamander (amphibian)
Salamanque {prop} {f} :: Salamanca (city in Spain)
salami {m} :: salami
Salamine {prop} :: Salamis (Greek island)
salant {adj} :: saline
salarial {adj} :: salary, wages (attributive)
salariat {m} :: salariat
salarié {adj} :: salaried, having a salary/wage
salarié {m} :: (paid) employee
salaud {m} [vulgar] :: bastard, wretch
sale {adj} :: dirty
salé {adj} :: salted; salty; saline
salé {adj} :: costly (invoice)
salé {adj} :: spicy, colourful (comment)
salé {m} :: salted pork meat
Salé {prop} :: Salé
sale comme un peigne {adj} [simile, colloquial] :: very dirty; filthy as a pig
salement {adv} :: dirty, dirtily
salement {adv} [slang] :: Intensitive adverb : very, really. (in a bad way) "J'ai été salement amoché par une crise néphrétique" (Gide, Letters) : "I've been really banged-up by renal crisis"
salement {adv} [slang] :: Related to the precedent (antiphrasis) : very, really (in a good way) " Faut acheter des sardines [...] C'est salement bon !" (Louis Pergaud, La Guerre des boutons) : "We got to buy sardines [...] It's really good !"
saler {vt} :: to salt
Salerne {prop} :: Salerno (province)
Salerne {prop} :: Salerno (town)
saleté {f} :: dirtiness, mess
salétin {adj} :: Of or from Salé
saleur {m} :: A person who salts food, e.g. fish or meat; a salter
saleuse {f} :: feminine noun of saleur
saleuse {f} :: gritter (machine)
salicaire {f} :: loosestrife; particularly the purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)
salicorne {f} :: samphire
salicyleux {adj} :: salicylous
salicylique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: salicylic
salière {f} :: salt cellar, salt shaker (a small container designed to hold salt and facilitate sprinkling)
salifier {v} :: to salify, turn into salt
saligaud {m} [offensive, slang] :: dirty bastard
salin {adj} :: saline
salin {adj} [attributive] :: salt
salinisation {f} [geology] :: salinization
saliniser {v} :: To salinate
salinité {f} :: salinity, saltiness
salir {v} :: to dirty, make dirty
salir {v} :: to sully (someone's reputation etc.)
salish {adj} :: Salishan
salissant {adj} :: dirty
salissant {adj} :: easy to dirty
salissure {f} :: dirt (something that causes something to be dirty); defilement
salissure {f} [nautical] :: fouling
salivaire {adj} [anatomy] :: salivary
salive {f} :: saliva
saliver {v} :: to salivate (produce saliva)
saliver {v} :: to salivate (to show eager anticipation)
salle {f} :: hall
salle {f} :: room [in a house]
salle à manger {f} :: dining room
salle d'armes {f} :: fencing school
salle d'attente {f} :: waiting room
salle de bain {f} :: bathroom
salle de bains {f} :: bathroom (a room containing a bath where one can bathe)
salle de concert {f} :: concert hall
salle de jeux {f} :: game room
salle de rédaction {f} :: newsroom
salle des machines {f} :: engine room, engineering (area aboard a ship where the engine is located)
salle des pas perdus {f} :: waiting hall, circulation area
salmonellose {f} :: salmonellosis (disease)
salmonidé {m} :: salmonid
saloir {m} :: salting tub
Salomon {prop} :: Solomon (Biblical figure)
salon {m} :: living room
salon {m} :: salon
salon {m} :: show (exhibition of items), exhibition (large-scale public showing of objects or products)
Salon des Refusés {prop} :: Salon des Refusés, literally meaning room of the refused [works]
salon de thé {m} :: tearoom, teahouse
Salonique {prop} :: Thessaloniki, Salonika
salonnière {f} :: salonnière
salopard {m} :: a bastard
salope {f} [vulgar, pejorative] :: slut
salope {f} :: feminine noun of salaud. A mean woman, a bitch
salopement {adv} :: dirtily, sluttily
saloper {v} [colloquial] :: to bugger up (do something badly)
saloper {v} [colloquial, vulgar] :: to muck up (make dirty)
saloperie {f} :: filth, refuse, scum
saloperie {f} :: trash
saloperie {f} :: a dirty trick
salopette {f} :: overalls (clothing)
salopette {f} :: dungarees (clothing)
salopiaud {m} [colloquial] :: dirty or messy person
salopiaud {m} [colloquial] :: bastard
salorge {m} :: A storage place for salt; a salt barn
salorge {m} :: A pile of salt, a block of salt
salpêtre {m} [chemistry] :: saltpetre (potassium nitrate)
salpingectomie {f} [surgery] :: salpingectomy
salsepareille {f} :: sarsaparilla
salsifis {m} :: salsify
saltimbanque {m} :: street entertainer
salto {m} [gymnastics] :: flip
salto arrière {m} :: backflip
salto avant {m} :: frontflip
salubre {adj} :: healthy, healthful, salubrious
salubrement {adv} :: healthily, salubriously
salubrité {f} :: salubrity, healthiness
salubrité publique {f} :: public health
saluer {vt} :: to greet
saluer {vt} :: to wave to (as a greeting)
saluer {vt} :: to say goodbye to
saluer {v} [military, nautical] :: to salute
saluer {vt} :: to salute, pay tribute to; to hail
salure {f} :: salinity
salure {f} :: saltiness
salut {interj} [colloquial] :: hi, hello
salut {interj} [colloquial] :: bye, goodbye
salut {m} :: wave (of the hand)
salut {m} :: bow (inclination of the body)
salut {m} [religion] :: salvation
salutaire {adj} :: healthy, beneficial
salutaire {adj} :: salutary
salutairement {adv} :: healthily, beneficially
salutairement {adv} :: salutarily
salutation {f} :: greeting
salutiste {mf} :: Salvationist
Salvador {prop} :: El Salvador (country in Central America)
salvadorien {adj} :: Salvadoran
Salvadorien {m} :: Salvadoran
Salvadorienne {f} :: feminine noun of Salvadorien
salvateur {adj} :: saving; that saves
salve {f} :: salvo, volley of shots
salve {f} :: round
Salzbourg {prop} :: Salzburg
salzbourgeois {adj} :: Salzburgian
Sa Majesté {pron} :: Her Majesty (a title of respect when referring to a female monarch)
Sa Majesté {pron} :: His Majesty (a title of respect when referring to a male monarch)
Sa Majesté impériale {pron} :: Her Imperial Majesty (a title of respect when referring to an empress)
Sa Majesté impériale {pron} :: His Imperial Majesty (a title of respect when referring to an emperor)
Samarcande {prop} {f} :: Samarkand
Samarie {prop} {f} :: Samaria (Both city and part of ancient Palestine)
samaritain {adj} :: Samaritan (from Samaria)
samaritain {m} :: samaritan
Samaritain {m} :: Samaritan
Samaritaine {f} :: feminine noun of Samaritain
samarium {m} :: samarium
samba {m} :: samba (dance)
sambodrome {m} [neologism] :: sambadrome (exhibition place for samba schools in Brazil)
sambuque {f} [musici] :: sambuca, sambuke
samedi {m} :: Saturday
Samoa américaines {prop} {fp} :: American Samoa (US overseas territory in Oceania)
Samogitie {prop} {f} :: Samogitia (region of Lithuania)
Samosate {prop} {f} :: Samosata
Samothrace {prop} :: Samothrace
samouraï {m} :: samurai
samovar {m} :: samovar
samoyède {adj} :: Samoyed (attributive)
sampi {m} :: sampi (Greek letter)
sample {m} [Louisiana French, Cajun French] :: a sample
Samson {prop} :: surname
SAMU {m} :: acronym of service d'aide médicale urgente; French emergency medical service call center
Samuel {prop} {m} :: Samuel (biblical figure)
Samuel {prop} {m} :: given name
s'amuser comme un petit fou {v} [simile, colloquial] :: To have the time of one's life, to enjoy oneself immensely
san {m} :: san (Greek letter)
sana {m} :: sanatorium
sanatorium {m} :: sanatorium
sanctifiant {adj} :: sanctifying
sanctifier {v} :: to sanctify
sanction {f} :: sanction
sanctionner {v} :: to sanction
sanctuaire {m} :: shrine (a place that is holy)
sanctuaire {m} :: sanctuary
sanctuariser {v} :: to sanctuarize
sandale {f} :: sandal (type of footwear)
sandalette {f} :: sandal (with just straps covering the foot)
sandhi {m} [linguistics] :: sandhi
sandien {adj} :: Relating to, or characteristic of George Sand
sandiniste {adj} :: Sandinista
sandiniste {mf} :: Sandinista
sandow {m} :: An elasticated cable used to secure luggage etc
Sandra {prop} :: given name, short form of Alexandra
sandre {m} :: zander, pikeperch (fish)
Sandrine {prop} :: given name, diminutive of Sandra, or short for Alexandrine
sandwich {m} :: sandwich (food)
sandwicherie {m} :: a sandwich bar, sandwich shop
sang {m} :: blood
sang-froid {m} :: sang-froid, calmness, calm
sanglant {adj} :: bloody (covered in blood)
sanglant {adj} :: blood-red
sangle {f} :: strap
sangle {f} :: ripcord (of a parachute)
sangler {vt} :: to strap up
sangler {vt} :: to strap (hit with a strap)
sangler {vt} :: to tell off, chide
sangler {vr} :: to do up one's belt, corset, trousers
sanglier {m} :: wild boar (specifically, a full-grown wild boar)
sanglot {m} :: sob
sanglotement {m} [literary] :: sobbing (action of the verb to sob)
sangloter {vi} :: to sob
sango {m} :: Sango
sangsue {f} :: leech
sanguin {adj} [attributive] :: blood
sanguinaire {adj} :: bloodthirsty
sanguinaire {mf} :: Bloodthirsty person
sanguine {f} [tincture] :: A tincture, seldom used, of a blood-red colour (not to be confused with murrey, which is mûre in French)
sanguinolent {adj} :: sanguinolent (covered or tinged with blood)
sanhédrin {m} :: Sanhedrin
sanie {f} :: (archaic or literary) pus, a clot of pus
sanitaire {adj} :: sanitary; health (attributive)
sankarisme {m} :: Sankarism (the anti-imperialist, pan-African policies of Thomas Sankara)
sankariste {mf} :: A follower/proponent of sankarisme
sans {prep} :: without
sans-abri {mf} :: homeless person
sans arrêt {adv} [colloquial] :: nonstop, twenty-five/eight
sans artifice {adj} [art, literature] :: simple, natural
sans artifice {adv} [art, literature] :: naturally, unpretentiously
sans aucun doute {adv} :: undoubtedly (without doubt)
sans blague {interj} [colloquial] :: you don't say, no kidding, tell me about it
sans cesse {adv} :: incessantly, ceaselessly (in a manner without pause or stop)
sans commentaire {interj} :: no comment
sans commentaires {interj} :: alternative form of sans commentaire
sans commune mesure {adj} [avec] :: incommensurable
sans compter {prep} :: to say nothing of, not to mention
sans compter {adv} :: lavishly
sans conteste {adv} :: no doubt, without doubt, easily
sans coup férir {adv} [formal] :: unopposed, without encountering any opposition
sans crier gare {adv} :: without warning
sanscrit {m} :: Sanskrit
sans-culotte {m} :: sans-culotte, peasant
sans-culottide {f} [historical] :: sans-culottide (any of the five or six days added at the end of Fructidor)
sans dec {interj} [very, colloquial] :: no shit, no kidding, you don't say, tell me about it (a sarcastic response to the obvious)
sans doute {adv} :: no doubt, most probably, most likely
sans fil {adj} :: wireless
sans fil {m} :: wireless
sans foi ni loi {adj} :: fearing neither God nor man, godless and lawless, ruthless, wild and woolly
sanskrit {m} :: The Sanskrit language
sanskrit {adj} :: Sanskrit
sans le sou {adj} :: penniless, on one's uppers
sans l'ombre d'un doute {adv} :: undoubtably; beyond the shadow of a doubt
sans ménagement {adv} :: bluntly, abruptly
sans nul doute {adv} [formal] :: alternative form of sans doute: no doubt, undoubtedly, most certainly, most probably, most likely
sansonnet {m} :: starling
Sansoucy {prop} :: surname
sans-papiers {mf} :: immigrant without the proper work permits or identification; illegal immigrant
sans parler de {prep} :: to say nothing of, not to mention
sans problème {interj} :: No problem!
sans relâche {adv} :: relentlessly, tirelessly
sans-souci {mf} :: carefree person
sans voix {adj} :: speechless, tongue-tied
santal {m} :: sandalwood (any of various trees in Santalum; the aromatic wood of such trees)
santal {m} :: Santali (Austroasiatic language of India)
santaline {f} :: santalin
santé {f} :: health
santé {interj} :: cheers! (as said when drinking)
santé publique {f} :: public health
santonine {f} [chemistry] :: santonin
Saône {prop} {f} :: Saône (river)
Saône-et-Loire {prop} :: A department of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
São Paulo {prop} {m} :: São Paulo (placename)
São Paulo {prop} {m} :: São Paulo (placename)
Sao Tomé-et-Principe {prop} {m} :: São Tomé and Príncipe
saoudi {adj} :: Saudi (pertaining to Saudi Arabia)
saoudien {adj} :: Saudi, Saudi Arabian
saoul {adj} [obsolete] :: sated
saoul {adj} :: drunk
saoulard {m} [rare] :: alternative spelling of soûlard
saoularde {f} :: feminine noun of saoulard
saouler {v} :: alternative spelling of souler
saoulerie {f} :: alternative form of soûlerie
sape {f} [regional, agriculture] :: a small scythe
sape {f} [regional, agriculture] :: hoe, mattock
sape {f} [colloquial] :: fashion, style
sape {f} [in the plural] :: outfit
saper {vt} :: to sap, do sapping work on
saper {vt} [figurative] :: to erode, wear down, undermine
saper {vtr} [colloquial, Europe] :: to dress
saper {vt} [colloquial, Quebec] :: to eat or chew noisily
saper {vt} [colloquial, Quebec] :: to slurp
saper {v} [agriculture] :: to harvest or reap forage or cereals with a small scythe
saperlipopette {interj} [dated] :: goodness me, fiddlesticks
sapes {fp} [colloquial] :: outfit
sapeur {m} :: sapper
sapeur {m} [Africa] :: A member of the social movement known as La Sape, who dress as dandies and put great emphasis on style and physical appearance
sapeur-pompier {m} :: fireman, firefighter
sapeuse-pompière {f} :: feminine singular of sapeur-pompier
saphène {adj} [anatomy] :: saphenous
saphène {f} [anatomy] :: saphenous vein
saphique {adj} :: Sapphic (relating to the Greek poetess Sappho or her poetry)
saphique {adj} :: sapphic (lesbian)
saphir {adj} :: sapphire (color)
saphir {m} :: sapphire (gemstone)
saphirine {f} [mineral] :: sapphirine
sapide {adj} [literary] :: sapid, tasty
sapidité {f} :: sapidity, tastiness
sapience {f} :: wisdom, sapience
sapiénique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sapienic
sapin {m} :: fir, fir tree
sapin baumier {m} :: balsam fir
sapin de Noël {m} :: Christmas tree
sapinette {f} :: spruce pine (Pinus gabra)
sapinette {f} :: spruce beer
sapinière {f} :: fir plantation
saponaire {f} :: soapwort
saponarine {f} [organic compound] :: saponarin
saponification {f} [chemistry] :: saponification
saponine {f} :: saponin (steroid glycoside)
s'appeler {v} :: to be called; to have the name of
sapristi {interj} [dated] :: heavens! good heavens!
saproxyle {adj} :: saproxylic (living in decaying wood)
saproxylique {adj} :: saproxylic
saproxylophage {adj} :: saproxylophagous
saquer {vt} :: to sack, fire [an employee]
saquer {vt} :: to not be able to stand someone
saquer {vt} :: to give low marks to a pupil
S. A. R. {initialism} :: (son altesse royale) HRH
Sara {prop} [biblical character] :: Sarah
Sara {prop} :: given name, usually spelled Sarah
Saragosse {prop} :: Zaragoza (city in Spain)
Sarah {prop} :: given name
Saraiki {prop} {m} :: Saraiki
Saraikistan {prop} {m} :: Saraikistan
Sarajevo {prop} :: Sarajevo [city]
sarbacane {f} :: blowgun, blowpipe
sarcasme {m} :: sarcasm
sarcastique {adj} :: sarcastic
sarcastiquement {adv} :: sarcastically
sarcelle {f} :: teal (ducklike bird)
sarclage {m} :: weeding
sarcler {v} :: to hoe
sarcloir {m} :: hoe (weeding implement)
sarcoïde {adj} [biology] :: sarcoid
sarcoïdose {f} [pathology] :: sarcoidosis
sarcolemme {m} [anatomy] :: sarcolemma
sarcologie {f} [anatomy] :: sarcology
sarcome {m} [medicine] :: sarcoma
sarcomère {m} :: sarcomere (contractile unit in a striated muscle's myofibril)
sarcophage {m} :: sarcophagus
sarcophage {m} :: sleeping bag
sarcoplasme {m} [biology] :: sarcoplasm
sarcopte {m} [biology] :: sarcoptid
sarcoptique {adj} :: sarcoptic
Sardaigne {prop} {f} :: Sardinia (island of Italy)
Sardanapale {prop} :: Sardanapalus
sarde {m} :: Sardinian (language)
Sarde {mf} :: Sardinian (someone from Sardinia)
sardinade {f} :: sardine meal or festival
sardine {f} :: sardine, pilchard
sardinerie {f} :: sardine cannery
sardinier {adj} :: sardine (attributive)
sardinier {m} :: sardine fisher
sardinier {m} :: fishing boat
sardoine {f} :: sardonyx
sardonique {adj} :: sardonic
sardoniquement {adv} :: sardonically
sarigue {f} :: opossum
sarin {m} :: sarin
Sarko {prop} [colloquial] :: Nicolas Sarkozy, French president from 2007-2012
sarkoziste {adj} :: Sarkozyst (of, or pertaining to the views of Nicolas Sarkozy)
sarkoziste {mf} :: Sarkozyst (follower or partisan of Nicolas Sarkozy)
Sarkozy {prop} :: surname
sarkozysme {m} :: Sarkozyism
sarkozyste {adj} :: Sarkozyst (of, or pertaining to the views of Nicolas Sarkozy)
sarkozyste {mf} :: Sarkozyst (follower or partisan of Nicolas Sarkozy)
SARM {m} :: MRSA (bacterium)
sarmate {adj} :: Sarmatian
Sarmate {mf} :: Sarmatian
Sarmatie {prop} {f} :: Sarmatia
sarment {m} :: vine, shoot, tendril
sarong {m} :: sarong
sarouel {m} :: harem pants, shalwar
s'arracher les cheveux {v} [figuratively] :: to despair, to tear one's hair out
sarrasin {adj} :: Saracen
sarrasin {m} :: buckwheat
Sarrasin {m} :: Saracen
Sarrasine {f} :: feminine singular of Sarrasin
sarrau {m} :: smock, overall
sarrazin {adj} :: alternative form of sarrasin
sarrazin {m} :: alternative form of sarrasin
Sarrazin {m} :: alternative form of Sarrasin
Sarrazine {f} :: feminine singular of Sarrazin
Sarre {prop} :: Saarland (state)
Sarre {prop} :: Saar (river)
sarriette {f} :: savory (herb)
sarrois {adj} :: Saar, Saarland (attributive)
Sarthe {prop} {f} :: Sarthe
sarthois {adj} :: from Sarthe
Sarthois {m} :: someone from Sarthe
Sarthoise {f} :: feminine singular of Sarthois
Sartre {prop} :: surname
Sartre {prop} :: Jean-Paul Sartre, French writer and philosopher
sas {m} :: sieve
sas {m} :: lock (of canal)
sas {m} :: airlock; security door
Sask. {prop} :: abbreviation of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan {prop} {f} :: Saskatchewan
saskatchewanais {adj} :: Saskatchewanian; Saskatchewanite (relating to the province of Saskatchewan, Canada)
Saskatchewanais {m} :: Saskatchewanian; Saskatchewanite (someone from the province of Saskatchewan, Canada)
Saskatchewanaise {f} :: feminine noun of Saskatchewanais
Saskatchouan {prop} :: alternate spelling of Saskatchewan, a river in Canada
sassanide {adj} :: Sassanid
sassaquois {m} [Louisiana French, Cajun French, ] :: big fellow
sassaquois {m} [Louisiana French, ] :: noise, racket
sassaquois {m} [Louisiana French, ] :: war cry, yell
Sassari {prop} :: Sassari (province)
Sassari {prop} :: Sassari (city)
sasser {v} :: to sieve, to sift
satan {m} :: alternative form of Satan
Satan {m} :: Satan
satané {adj} [obsolete] :: satanic
satané {adj} [slang] :: damn, darn, dang
satanique {adj} :: satanic
sataniquement {adv} :: satanically
satanisation {f} :: Satanization
sataniste {mf} :: Satanist
sataniste {adj} :: Satanistic
satelliser {vt} :: to put into orbit [as a satellite]
satellitaire {adj} [attributive] :: satellite
satellital {adj} :: satellite (attributive)
satellite {m} :: satellite (moon or other celestial body)
satellite {m} :: satellite (man-made apparatus)
satellite {adj} :: satellite, from or relating to a satellite (man-made apparatus)
satiété {f} :: satiety, fullness, repletion
satiné {adj} :: satin
satiner {v} :: to give a satinlike appearance
satire {f} :: satire
satirique {adj} :: satirical
satiriquement {adv} :: satirically
satiriser {v} :: to satirise
satisfaction {f} :: satisfaction
satisfaction {f} :: fulfilment
satisfaction {f} :: pleasure
satisfaire {v} :: to satisfy
satisfaire {v} :: to fulfil (to do what was expected)
satisfaire {v} :: to meet (expectations)
satisfaisable {adj} :: satisfiable
satisfaisant {adj} :: satisfactory, reasonable (of a satisfactory standard)
satisfaisant {adj} :: satisfying, rewarding
satisfait {adj} :: satisfied
satisfecit {m} :: certificate of satisfaction
sativa {m} :: sativa (Cannabis sativa)
Sato {prop} :: surname
Satomi {prop} :: given name
satrapie {f} :: satrapy
saturabilité {f} :: saturability
saturable {adj} :: saturable
saturateur {m} :: saturator
saturateur {m} :: humidifier
saturation {f} [chemistry, usually, uncountable] :: saturation
saturé {adj} :: saturated
saturer {v} :: to saturate
Saturne {prop} {m} :: Saturn (planet)
saturnien {adj} :: Saturnian
saturnin {adj} :: plumbic
saturnisme {m} :: lead poisoning
satyre {m} :: satyr
satyresse {f} :: feminine noun of satyre
satyrique {adj} :: satyric
satyrique {adj} :: satirical
satyriquement {adv} :: satyrically
satyriquement {adv} :: satirically
satyrisme {m} :: satyriasis (uncontrollable sexual desire)
sauce {f} :: sauce
sauce béchamel {f} :: béchamel sauce, a white-colored sauce
sauce blanche {f} :: white sauce
sauce blanche {f} :: béchamel; synonym of sauce béchamel (béchamel sauce)
sauce brune {f} :: brown sauce
sauce brune {f} :: gravy
sauce de soja {f} :: soy sauce (a condiment and ingredient made from fermented soybeans)
sauce tartare {f} :: tartare sauce
sauce tomate {f} :: tomato sauce (pasta sauce)
sauce vierge {f} :: A sauce made from olive oil, lemon juice, and chopped tomato and basil, often served with fish
saucier {m} :: saucier (sauce chef)
sauciflard {m} :: Large sausage, often well-spiced and dried such as salami
saucisse {f} :: sausage (hot dog style)
saucisse chinoise {f} [Canada, food, colloquial] :: synonym of lap cheong (sausage)
saucisse italienne {f} [Canada, food, colloquial] :: Italian sausage
saucisse polonaise {f} [Canada, food, colloquial] :: Polish sausage synonym of kielbasa
saucisson {m} :: Large sausage, often well-spiced and dried such as salami
saucissonnage {m} [colloquial] :: chopping up, interrupting, salami slicing
saucissonner {vt} :: to slice, slice up
saucissonner {vt} :: to chop up, divide up
sauf {adj} :: safe (free from harm)
sauf {prep} :: except, save
sauf-conduit {m} :: safe-conduct
sauf votre respect {adv} [sentence adverb, formal] :: with due respect, with all due respect
sauge {f} :: sage (plant)
saugrenu {adj} :: absurd, ridiculous, preposterous
Saül {prop} :: Saul
saulaie {f} :: salicetum
saule {m} :: willow, willow tree
saule fragile {m} :: crack willow
saule pleureur {m} :: weeping willow
saumâtre {adj} :: salty and bitter
saumâtre {adj} [of water] :: brackish
saumâtre {adj} [of character] :: bitter
saumon {m} :: salmon (fish)
saumoné {adj} :: salmon (attributive)
saumon fumé {m} :: smoked salmon
Saumur {prop} :: A town in the Maine-et-Loire department of Pays de la Loire
saumure {f} :: brine
saumurer {v} :: to soak in brine
saumurois {adj} :: Of or from Saumur
saunerie {f} :: salt pan (where seawater is evaporated to make salt)
saunier {m} :: salt merchant
saupoudrer {vt} [obsolete] :: to salt
saupoudrer {vt} :: to sprinkle powder (onto)
saupoudreuse {f} :: sprinkler, caster, dredger (for salt, sugar etc)
saur {adj} [cooking] :: dried and smoked
saurer {v} :: to smoke (food etc.)
sauriasis {m} :: sauriasis
saurien {m} :: saurian
saurien {adj} :: saurian
Saurier {prop} {m} :: Saurier
saurir {vt} :: to smoke [herrings]
saurir {vt} [Normandy] :: to smoke [ham]
saurochorie {f} [biology] :: saurochory
sauropode {m} :: A sauropod: a dinosaur of infraorder Sauropoda
sauropside {m} :: sauropsid
saut {m} :: jump
saut à la perche {m} :: pole vault
saut à l'élastique {m} :: bungee jumping
saut à ski {m} :: ski jump
saut à ski {m} :: ski jumping
saut de cheval {m} [gymnastics] :: vault
saut de l'ange {phrase} :: swan dive
saut de lapin {m} :: bunny hop
saut de ligne {m} :: line break
saut-de-loup {m} :: (wide) ditch, haha
saut-de-loup {m} :: An opening placed at ground level that allows natural light to illuminate a basement
saut de puce {m} :: hop; skip
saut d'obstacles {m} :: show jumping
saute-au-paf {f} [vulgar slang] :: nympho, sex-mad woman
saute-mouton {m} :: leapfrog
saut en hauteur {m} [sports] :: high jump
saut en longueur {m} [sports] :: long jump
sauter {vi} :: to jump, leap
sauter {vt} [slang] :: to bang, hump, have sex with
sauter {vt} [education] :: to skip a year
sauter aux yeux {vi} [colloquial] :: to be plain as the nose on one's face, obvious, conspicuous, visible, plain for all to see; to jump out
sauterelle {f} :: grasshopper
sauterie {f} :: hop (informal dance meeting)
saute-ruisseau {m} [archaic] :: skip-kennel
sauteur {m} :: jumper (person who jumps)
sauteur {m} [sports] :: long jumper, triple jumper
sauteur en hauteur {m} [sports] :: high jumper
sauteur en longueur {m} [sports] :: long jumper
sauteuse {f} :: feminine noun of sauteur
sautillant {adj} :: hopping
sautillant {adj} :: jerky
sautillement {m} :: hopping, skipping
sautillement {m} :: hop, skip
sautiller {v} :: to hop (make small jumps)
sautiller {v} :: to skip; to bound
sautoir {m} :: chain (long necklace of pearls)
sautoir {m} [heraldiccharge] :: saltire
saut périlleux {m} :: somersault
sauvable {adj} :: savable (capable of being saved)
sauvage {adj} :: wild, untamed
sauvage {adj} [especially, Canada, obsolete, offensive] :: [Louisiana French, offensive] Amerindian
sauvage {m} [especially, Canada, obsolete, offensive, Louisiana] :: Amerindian
sauvage {m} [Louisiana] :: an Amerindian language
sauvagement {adv} :: savagely, wildly
sauvagerie {f} :: savagery
sauvagesse {f} :: feminine noun of sauvage
sauvagine {f} :: waterfowl
Sauvanne {prop} :: given name, cognate to Sauvane
Sauvé {prop} :: surname
sauvegarde {f} [computing] :: backup
sauvegarder {v} :: to safeguard; to protect
sauvegarder {v} [computing] :: to save
sauvegarder {v} [computing] :: to back up
sauve qui peut {phrase} [poetic or literary] :: every man for himself - more literally "save yourself if you can"; most literally "may he save himself, whoever can"
sauver {v} :: to save, rescue; to protect
sauver {v} [computing] :: to save
sauver {vp} :: to escape, run away
sauver {v} [Louisiana French, Cajun French] :: to economize
sauver de l'argent {phrase} [Louisiana French, Cajun French] :: to save money
sauver la face {v} [figuratively] :: to save face
sauver les apparences {v} [figuratively] :: to keep up appearances
sauver les meubles {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to salvage what can be salvaged, to save as much as possible, to do damage control, to cut one's losses, to minimize one's losses
sauvetage {f} :: rescue (act of rescuing someone or something)
sauvetage {f} :: saving (act of saving)
sauvetage {f} [sports] :: save
sauvetage {f} :: salvage
sauveteur {m} :: rescuer
sauveteur {m} :: lifeguard
sauvette {f} :: only in à la sauvette
sauveur {m} :: savior
sauveur {adj} :: saving
sauveuse {f} :: feminine noun of sauveur
sauvignon {m} :: sauvignon (grape variety and wine)
Sauzet {prop} :: Sauzet, a French commune located in the Gard département, France, in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon
sava {interj} :: informal form of ça va
savamment {adv} :: wisely; with knowledge and experience
savane {f} :: savanna (tropical grassland with scattered trees)
savanne {f} [Louisiana French, ] :: pasture
savant {adj} :: scholarly, scientific
savant {adj} :: perfect
savant {m} :: scholar, scientist
savate {f} :: savate
savate {f} [colloquial] :: old slipper
Save {prop} {f} :: Sava (river)
Save {prop} {f} :: Save (river in France)
savetier {m} [archaic] :: cobbler (shoemaker)
savetière {f} :: feminine singular of savetier
saveur {f} :: taste, flavour
Savoie {prop} {f} :: Savoie (department)
Savoie {prop} {f} :: Savoy, historical region
savoir {v} :: to know (something)
savoir {v} :: to know how (to do something)
savoir {v} :: to be able to, to be apt to (especially in the negative conditional)
savoir {m} :: knowledge
savoir-faire {m} :: know-how, savoir-faire
savoir gré {v} [formal] :: to be grateful (to someone for something)
savoir-vivre {m} :: politesse, courtesy
savoir y faire {v} [avec] :: [colloquial] to have a way with, to have a knack for
savoisien {adj} :: Savoyard (of or from Savoy)
savon {m} :: soap
Savone {prop} {f} :: Savona (city and province of Italy)
savonner {v} :: to soap, wash with soap
savonner {v} :: to lather
savonnerie {f} :: soap factory
savonnette {f} :: bath soap
savonneux {adj} :: soapy
savonnier {m} :: soapberry
savonule {m} [obsolete, chemistry] :: saponule
savourer {v} :: to savour, to savor
savourer {v} :: to taste
savoureusement {adv} :: tastily
savoureux {adj} :: tasty
savoyard {adj} :: Savoyard (of, or pertaining to the region of Savoy)
savoyard {m} :: Savoyard (dialect)
Savoyard {m} :: Savoyard (someone from Savoy)
Savoyarde {f} :: feminine noun of Savoyard
Savreux {prop} :: surname
Sax. {m} [music] :: abbreviation of saxophone
Saxe {prop} {f} :: Saxony [state of Germany]
saxifrage {f} :: Saxifrage, a plant of the genus Saxifraga
saxon {adj} :: Saxon
Saxon {m} :: Saxon (male person from Saxony)
Saxonne {f} :: feminine singular of Saxon
saxophone {m} :: saxophone
saxophoner {v} :: to play the saxophone
saxophoniste {mf} :: saxophonist (person who plays the saxophone)
Sayako {prop} :: given name
saynète {f} :: sketch, playlet
sayon {m} [obsolete] :: cassock, (coarse) jacket
sayon {m} [historical] :: sagum
Sayuri {prop} :: given name
S. B. E. {abbr} :: alternative spelling of SBE
S.B.E. {abbr} :: alternative spelling of SBE
SBE {abbr} :: initialism of système babillard electronique or initialism of système de babillard electronique ; a BBS (bulletin board system)
SBE {abbr} :: initialism of système des bulletins electroniques ; a BBS (bulletin board service)
SBF {prop} {f} [business, economics, finance] :: initialism of Société des Bourses Françaises a name for the Paris Bourse stock exchange
SBF {prop} {f} [business, economics, finance, by extension] :: A stock market index code for the French stock market, the Paris Bourse
sbire {m} [pejorative] :: henchman
scabieuse {f} [botany] :: scabious (plant of the genus Scabiosa)
scabieux {adj} :: scabious, mangy
scabreux {adj} :: indecent, sleazy, scabrous
scalaire {adj} :: scalar
scalène {adj} :: scalene
scalper {vt} :: to scalp
scammonine {m} [organic compound] :: scammonin
scandale {m} :: scandal
scandaleusement {adv} :: grossly, appallingly, scandalously
scandaleux {adj} :: scandalous (wrong, immoral, causing a scandal)
scandaliser {v} :: to scandalize, to cause a scandal
scandentien {m} :: treeshrew, tree shrew (animal of the order Scandentia)
scander {v} :: to scan (poetry)
scander {v} :: to chant (name, slogan etc.)
scander {v} :: to enunciate (words) carefully; to articulate separately, accentuate
scander {v} :: to emphasise (discourse, argument)
scandinave {adj} :: Scandinavian
Scandinave {mf} :: Scandinavian
Scandinavie {prop} {f} :: Scandinavia (peninsula)
scandium {m} :: scandium
scanner {v} :: to scan (to create a digital copy of an image using a scanner)
scannériser {v} :: to scan (use a scanner to input data)
scanneur {m} :: scanner
scansion {f} :: scansion (act or instance of scanning poetry)
scantrad {f} :: scanslation, a fanscan
scaphandre {m} :: diving suit
scaphandre {m} :: space suit
scaphoïde {adj} :: scaphoid
scaphoïde {m} :: scaphoid, scaphoid bone
scapulaire {m} :: scapular
scapulum {m} [anatomy] :: scapula
scarabée {m} :: beetle
scare {m} :: parrotfish
scarification {f} :: scarification
scarifier {vt} :: to scarify
scarlatine {f} [disease] :: scarlet fever
scarole {f} :: broad-leaved endive; escarole
SCART {prop} {m} :: acronym of Syndicat des Constructeurs d'Appareils Radiorécepteurs et Téléviseurs; French-originated standard and associated connector for electronic equipment
scatologie {f} :: scatology
scatologique {adj} :: lavatorial, scatological
scatophage {adj} :: Scatophagous: typified by consumption of excrement
scatophage {mf} :: A scatophage: a human or animal that consumes excrement
scatophile {adj} :: scatophilic
scatophile {mf} :: scatophile
scatophilie {f} :: scatophilia
sçavoir {v} :: obsolete spelling of savoir
sçavoir {m} :: obsolete spelling of savoir
sceau {m} :: seal [pattern; design]
sceau de Salomon {m} :: Solomon's seal (symbol)
sceau de Salomon {m} [botany] :: Solomon's seal (plant of genus Polygonatum)
scédasticité {f} [statistics] :: scedasticity
scédastique {adj} [statistics] :: scedastic
scélérat {m} :: villain, criminal, scoundrel; evildoer
scélérat {adj} :: villainous, evildoing
scélératement {adv} :: villainously
scélératesse {f} :: villainy
scellement {m} :: sealing
scellement {m} :: seal
sceller {vt} :: to seal (place a seal on)
sceller {vt} :: to seal (fasten something to prevent its being opened)
sceller {vt} :: to seal (close securely)
sceller {vt} [figurative] :: to seal, guarantee
sceller {vt} :: to seal (fix to a wall)
sceller {vt} [Québec] :: to mortar
scénario {m} [drama] :: script
scénario {m} :: scenario (all meanings)
scénarisation {f} :: screenwriting
scénariser {v} :: To screenwrite (write a screenplay)
scénariste {mf} :: screenwriter, scriptwriter
scène {f} :: scene, stage
scène de ménage {f} :: domestic fight, domestic row, family tiff, family quarrel, scene
scénique {adj} :: pertaining to the scene, to theatre
scéniquement {adv} :: scenically
scénographe {mf} :: scenographer
scénographie {f} :: scenography
scénographique {adj} :: scenographic
scénographiquement {adv} :: scenographically
scepticisme {m} :: scepticism
sceptique {mf} :: sceptic [British], skeptic [American]
sceptique {adj} :: sceptical [British], skeptical [American]
sceptiquement {adv} :: sceptically
sceptre {m} :: sceptre
schah {m} :: shah (ruler of Persia)
schako {m} :: shako
schaouch {m} :: [historical] obsolete spelling of chaouch
scheelite {f} [mineral] :: scheelite
schelling {m} :: alternative form of shilling
schéma {m} :: schema
schéma {m} :: model, pattern, scheme
schématique {adj} :: schematic
schématiquement {adv} :: schematically
schématisation {f} :: schematization
schématisation {f} :: mapping
schématiser {vt} :: to schematize
schématiser {vt} :: to map (represent graphically)
schématisme {m} :: schematism
schème {m} :: alternative form of schéma
schénanthe {m} :: lemongrass
schéol {m} :: alternative form of shéol
schindylèse {f} [anatomy] :: schindylesis
schismatique {adj} :: schismatic
schismatique {mf} :: schismatic
schisme {m} :: schism
schiste {m} [geology] :: shale, schist (sedimentary rock)
schistosomiase {f} :: schistosomiasis (various diseases)
schizocéphale {adj} :: schizencephalic
schizogame {adj} [biology] :: schizogamous
schizogenèse {f} [biology] :: schizogenesis
schizogonie {f} :: schizogony
schizophrène {adj} :: schizophrenic
schizophrène {mf} :: schizophrenic
schizophrénie {f} :: schizophrenia
schizotrichie {f} :: schizotrichia
Schleswig-Holstein {prop} :: Schleswig-Holstein
schleu {adj} :: alternative spelling of chleuh
schleuh {adj} :: alternative spelling of chleuh
schlinguer {v} [colloquial] :: to reek, stink, ming
Schmidt {prop} :: surname
schmilblick {m} [colloquial, jocular] :: thingummy, thingamajig
Schmitt {prop} :: surname
schmoutz {m} [slang] :: yid, kike
schnaps {m} :: schnapps
schneck {f} :: alternative spelling of chnek
Schneider {prop} :: surname
schörlite {f} [mineralogy] :: schorl
schtetl {m} :: alternative spelling of shtetl
schtroumpf {m} [comics, fictional character] :: smurf
schtroumpf {adj} :: smurfy
schtroumpfant {adj} :: Smurfy
schtroumpfer {v} [slang] :: to smurf [used to replace any other verb]
schuss {adv} :: quickly
schuss {m} :: schuss
Schwartz {prop} :: surname
Schwarzie {prop} {m} [colloquial] :: fr
sciaccarellu {m} :: sciacarello
sciage {m} :: the act or the product of sawing
scialet {m} :: synonym of gouffre
sciant {adj} [colloquial] :: boring; dull
sciatique {adj} :: sciatic; related to the hip
sciatique {m} [pathology] :: sciatica
scie {f} :: saw tool
scie {f} [slang] :: cliché
scie circulaire {f} :: circular saw (a power saw with a circular cutting blade)
sciemment {adv} :: knowingly; deliberately
scie musicale {f} :: musical saw (musical instrument)
science {f} :: science (field of study, etc.)
science des médias {f} :: media studies (academic discipline)
science dure {f} :: hard science, exact science, formal science
science exacte {f} :: exact science, hard science, formal science
science-fiction {f} :: science fiction (fiction)
science humaine {f} :: human science, social science
science humaine {f} [in the plural] :: the humanities
science molle {f} :: human science, social science
science molle {f} [in the plural] :: the humanities
scientificité {f} :: scientificity
scientifique {adj} :: scientific
scientifique {mf} :: scientist (studier of science)
scientifiquement {adv} :: scientifically
scientisme {m} :: scientism
scientologie {f} :: Scientology
scientologue {mf} :: Scientologist
scientométrie {f} :: scientometrics
scier {v} :: to saw, to cut with a saw
scierie {f} :: sawmill
scieur {m} :: sawyer
scille {f} :: squill, any plant of the genus Scilla
scillitine {f} :: scillitin
scincidé {m} [zoology] :: scincid
scinder {vt} :: to split up, to divide
scinque {m} :: skink
scinticisternographie {f} :: scinticisternography
scintigraphie {f} :: scintigraphy
scintigraphique {adj} :: scintigraphic
scintillant {adj} :: scintillating
scintillateur {m} [physics] :: scintillator
scintillement {m} :: scintillation
scintillement {m} :: flutter (in a signal)
scintiller {v} :: to sparkle, twinkle
scion {m} :: scion (detached twig)
scion {m} :: tip of a fishing rod
scirpe {m} :: bulrush
scission {f} :: schism
scissionner {v} :: To cleave, split in two
scissiparité {f} :: scissiparity
sciure {f} :: sawdust
scléral {adj} [anatomy] :: scleral
sclère {f} [anatomy] :: sclera
sclérose {f} :: sclerosis
sclérosé {adj} :: sclerotic
sclérose en plaques {f} :: multiple sclerosis
sclérote {m} [biology] :: sclerotium
sclérotique {adj} [anatomy] :: sclerotic
sclérotique {f} [anatomy] :: sclerotic
scolaire {adj} :: school (attributive); scholastic, academic
scolairement {adv} :: scholarly, academically
scolairement {adv} :: pedantically
scolarisation {f} :: the sending (of a child) to school, schooling
scolariser {v} :: to send to school
scolarité {f} :: schooltime
scolarité {f} :: schooldays
scolastique {adj} :: scholastic
scolastiquement {adv} :: scholastically
scoliaste {m} :: scholiast
scoliose {f} :: scoliosis (condition where there is abnormal lateral curvature of the spine)
scolopendre {f} :: centipede
scolyme {m} :: golden thistle or similar plant of the genus Scolymus
scolyte {m} :: bark beetle (of genus Scolytus)
sconse {m} :: alternative spelling of skunks
scoop {m} :: scoop (news learned and reported before anyone else)
scooter {m} :: scooter (motor-powered bicycle, sailing vessel)
scoparine {f} :: scoparin
-scope {suffix} :: -scope
scorbut {m} :: scurvy
scorbutique {adj} :: scorbutic
score {m} :: score (in a sport, game)
scorer {v} [sports] :: to score (a goal)
scoriacé {adj} :: scoriaceous
scorie {f} :: scoria
scorifier {v} :: to scorify
scorpioïde {adj} :: scorpioid
scorpion {m} :: scorpion
Scorpion {prop} {m} [astrology] :: The celestial constellation Scorpio
Scorpion {prop} {m} [astronomy] :: The zodiac sign Scorpio
scorsonère {f} :: black salsify
scotch {m} :: scotch (whisky)
scotch {m} :: Scotch tape, sticky tape
scotcher {v} :: to apply Scotch tape
scotcher {v} [figuratively] :: to numb, freeze
scotobiologie {f} [biology] :: scotobiology
scotobiologique {adj} [biology] :: scotobiological
scotobiologiste {m} [biology] :: scotobiologist
scots {m} :: Scots (the language spoken in Scotland)
scots d'Ulster {m} :: Ulster Scots (dialect)
scottish {f} :: schottische (dance)
scoubidou {m} :: scoubidou
scoumoune {f} :: bad luck
scout {m} :: scout, boy scout
scoutisme {m} :: scouting (scout movement)
scrabble {m} [Scrabble] :: a play where all seven tiles are used; a bingo
scrabbler {vi} [Scrabble] :: to play a move that uses all seven tiles
scrabbler {vi} :: to play Scrabble
scrabbleur {m} :: a Scrabble player
scrabbleuse {f} :: feminine noun of scrabbleur
scratch {m} :: Velcro
scratcher {v} [Quebec, colloquial] :: to scratch, to make a scratch
scriban {m} :: writing desk
scribouillard {m} :: pen-pusher
scribouillarde {f} :: pen-pusher (female)
script {m} :: script (written dialogue for a play, film, etc.)
script kiddie {m} :: script kiddie
scriptorium {m} :: a scriptorium
scripturaire {adj} :: scriptural
scriptural {adj} :: scriptural
scrobiculé {adj} :: scrobiculate
scrofulaire {f} :: figwort (of the genus Scrophularia)
scrofule {f} [pathology] :: scrofula
scrofuleux {adj} :: scrofulous
scrogneugneu {m} [slang] :: grumpy old man, scrooge
scroller {v} [computing] :: to scroll
scrotal {adj} :: scrotal
scrotum {m} :: scrotum
scrupule {m} :: scruple, compunction, qualm
scrupuleusement {adv} :: scrupulously (in a careful manner)
scrupuleux {adj} :: scrupulous
scrupulosité {f} :: scrupulosity
scrutateur {m} :: scrutineer
scrutateur {m} :: teller
scrutateur {adj} :: searching
scruter {v} :: to scrutinise, scrutinize, put under the microscope
scrutin {m} :: ballot
scrutin {m} :: poll
scrutin {m} :: voting
scrutin de liste {m} [historical] :: Before World War I, a system of election of national representatives in France by which the electors of a department voted for all the deputies to be elected in that department. It was comparable with the general ticket
Scud {prop} {m} :: A Scud missile
Scud {prop} {m} [colloquial] :: [figuratively] A reprimand or a verbal attack
sculpter {v} :: to sculpt
sculpteur {m} [arts] :: sculptor
sculptrice {f} :: feminine noun of sculpteur
sculptural {adj} :: sculptural
sculpturalement {adv} :: sculpturally
sculpture {f} :: sculpture
scutaire {m} [historical, Ancient Rome, archaic] :: squire
scutellaire {f} :: skullcap (flowering plant)
scutellarine {f} :: scutellarin
scutiforme {adj} :: scutiform
Scythe {mf} :: Scythian
SDF {initialism} :: sans domicile fixe - homeless, without a permanent home (official French government term)
SDP {initialism} :: Sans Domicile Proche; that is, close to homelessness
se {pron} :: The third-person reflexive and reciprocal direct and indirect object pronoun
se {pron} :: (to) himself
se {pron} :: (to) herself
se {pron} :: (to) oneself
se {pron} :: (to) itself
se {pron} :: (to) themselves
se {pron} :: (to) each other
SE {abbr} :: abbreviation of sud-est; SE
SEA {prop} [sports] :: abbreviation of Seattle
seaborgium {m} :: seaborgium
séance {f} :: session
séance tenante {adv} [formal] :: right away, forthwith
séant {adj} [heraldry] :: sejant
séant {adj} [obsolete] :: sitting (i.e. of a person in an assembly)
séant {adj} :: befitting (to), suitable
séant {m} [with personal pronoun] :: sitting position
séant {m} [colloquial] :: bottom; behind (of a person)
seau {m} :: pail, bucket
sébacate {m} [organic chemistry] :: sebacate
sébacé {adj} :: sebaceous
sébacique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sebacic
sébamide {f} [organic compound] :: sebamide
se barrer {vp} [colloquial] :: to leave, to piss off
sébaste {m} :: rockfish
sébastianisme {m} :: Sebastianism
sébastianiste {adj} :: Sebastianist
Sébastien {prop} :: given name, cognate to Sebastian
se battre comme des chiffonniers {v} [simile, colloquial] :: to fight very violently
se battre les couilles de {v} [slang, vulgar] :: to not give a fuck about (something or someone)
sébeste {m} :: sebesten
sébile {f} :: begging bowl
sebka {f} :: alternative spelling of sebkha
sebkha {f} [geology] :: sabkha
séborrhée {f} [pathology] :: seborrhea
sébum {m} :: sebum
sec {adj} :: dry
sec {adj} :: dried, having had its moisture evaporated
sec {adj} :: lean, thin, skinny
sec {adj} [of alcohol] :: bitter, not sweet
sec {adj} [of a person] :: harsh
sec {m} :: something that is dry
sécable {adj} :: divisible
sécant {adj} :: intersecting
sécante {f} [mathematics] :: secant (trigonometric function)
se casser {v} [familiar, idiomatic] :: To get lost, go away, leave
se casser la nénette {v} [idiomatic] :: to reflect intensively on, to deliberate
se casser le cul {v} [vulgar] :: [à, pour] to break one's arse; to work extremely hard; to push oneself to the limit
sécateur {m} :: lopper, secateurs
sécession {f} :: secession
sécessionniste {adj} :: secessionist
sécessionniste {mf} :: secessionist
séchage {m} :: drying
se changer les idées {v} [idiomatic] :: to start a new activity in order to change one's state of mind, to take a break from doing something boring or to escape from a displeasing situation
séchant {adj} :: drying
sèche {f} :: mud flat
sèche {f} [colloquial] :: cigarette
sèche-cheveu {m} :: alternative spelling of sèche-cheveux
sèche-cheveux {m} :: hairdryer
sèche-linge {m} :: tumble drier
sèchement {adv} [literally and figuratively] :: dryly
sèchement {adv} :: sharply; curtly; shortly
sécher {v} [ergative] :: to dry
sécher {v} [colloquial] :: to play truant
sécher {vi} [colloquial] :: to dry up, to run out of things to say
sécher {v} :: to fail
sécheresse {f} :: dryness
sécheresse {f} :: drought
sècheresse {f} :: dryness
sècheresse {f} :: drought
sécheuse {f} [Canada] :: dryer (white goods home appliance)
séchoir {m} :: drier, dryer (material, device)
séclusion {f} [biology] :: seclusion (isolation of an organism as protection from aggression)
se cogner {vi} :: to bump oneself
se compliquer la vie {vr} :: to make things difficult for oneself, to overcomplicate things, to make life difficult for oneself
second {adj} :: second
second {m} :: assistant, first mate
secondaire {adj} :: secondary
secondairement {adv} :: secondarily
secondant {m} :: second (attendant of a duel or boxing match standing in for a contestant)
secondant {m} [sports] :: assistant, coach, trainer
second degré {m} :: second degree
second degré {m} :: sense of irony, lack of seriousness
seconde {f} :: second (for indicating time)
seconde d'angle {f} [geometry] :: A second, 1/60 of a minute, or 1/3.600 of a degree, as unit of angular measure
Seconde Guerre mondiale {prop} {f} :: World War II
secondement {adv} :: secondly
seconder {vt} :: to assist
seconder {v} :: to help, ease
secondipare {adj} [biology] :: secondiparous
second souffle {m} [figuratively] :: second wind
second violon {m} [music] :: second fiddle, second violin
sécostéroïde {m} [organic chemistry] :: secosteroid
secouer {vt} :: to shake
secouer {vt} :: to shake off (oppression etc.)
secouer {vt} :: to shake (emotionally, figuratively)
secouer {vt} :: to shake up
secouer {vr} [literary] :: to shake (oneself)
secouer {vr} [colloquial] :: to make an effort
secourable {adj} :: helpful
secourir {v} :: to succor; to help out
secourisme {m} :: first aid
secouriste {mf} :: first-aider
secours {m} :: aid; assistance; help
secousse {f} :: bump, jolt
secousse {f} :: shock, jolt, jerk
secousse {f} :: tremor
se crêper le chignon {v} [colloquial, of women] :: to argue, to fight, to have a catfight, to be at each other's throats
secret {adj} :: secret
secret {m} :: secret
secrétaire {mf} :: secretary
secrétaire {m} :: writing desk, secretaire
secrétaire général {m} :: secretary general
secrétaire générale {f} :: feminine singular of secrétaire général
secrétairerie {f} :: The office of a secretary (type of official)
secrétariat {m} :: secretariat; office
secrétariat {m} :: secretarial work
secret d'alcôve {m} :: love-secret; [loosely] pillow talk
secret de Polichinelle {m} :: open secret, secret of Polichinelle
secret d'état {m} :: alternative spelling of secret d'État
secret d'État {m} :: state secret
secrété {adj} :: secreted
sécrété {adj} :: secreted
secrètement {adv} :: secretly, in secret
secréter {v} :: To felt (treat with mercury to make felt)
sécréter {v} [chiefly anatomy] :: to secrete
secret industriel {m} [business, law] :: trade secret
sécrétion {f} :: secretion
sécrétoire {adj} :: secretory
se creuser la cervelle {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to rack one's brain, to cudgel one's brains, to put one's thinking cap on
se creuser la tête {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to rack one's brain, to cudgel one's brains
se creuser les méninges {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to rack one's brain, to cudgel one's brains
se croire le premier moutardier du pape {v} [rare, figuratively, pejorative] :: to think one is God's gift to the world, to think one is the business, to be full of oneself
se croire sorti de la cuisse de Jupiter {v} [figuratively, pejorative] :: to think one is God's gift to the world, to think one is the business, to be full of oneself, to think one is the shit, to think one is hot shit
se croiser les bras {v} [figuratively] :: to sit back and do nothing
sectaire {adj} :: sectarian
sectaire {m} :: sectarian
sectaire {m} :: bigot
sectarisme {m} :: sectarianism
sectarisme {m} :: bigotry
sectateur {m} :: sectator
sectatrice {f} :: feminine singular of sectateur
secte {f} :: sect (religious movement)
secteur {m} :: sector (mathematics)
secteur {m} :: sector (politics)
secteur privé {m} :: private sector
secteur public {m} :: public sector
section {f} :: section (all meanings)
sectionnaire {adj} :: sectionary
sectionnaire {mf} :: sectionary
sectionnement {m} :: sectioning, dissection
sectionner {v} :: to section (cut into sections)
sectionner {v} [medicine] :: to dissect
sectionneur {m} :: circuit breaker
sectoriel {adj} :: sectorial
sectoriellement {adv} :: sectorally
sectorisation {f} :: sectorization (division into sectors)
sectoriser {vt} :: to sectorize (divide into sectors)
sécu {f} [colloquial, slang] :: social security
sécu {f} :: state-provided medical treatment
séculaire {adj} :: hundred-year-old
séculaire {adj} :: ancient, timeless
séculairement {adv} :: anciently, timelessly
sécularisation {f} :: secularization
séculariser {vt} :: to secularize
sécularisme {m} :: secularism (the related political belief in the separation of church and state)
séculier {adj} :: secular (not specifically religious)
séculièrement {adv} :: secularly
sécurisation {f} :: the act of securing
sécuriser {v} :: to secure (make (an area) safer)
sécuriser {v} :: to put at ease
sécuritaire {adj} [slightly pejorative] :: security, public safety (attributive)
sécurité {f} :: security, safety
sédanoise {f} [printing, dated] :: A small size of type
sédatif {m} :: sedative (an agent or drug that sedates)
sédatif {adj} :: sedative
sédation {f} :: sedation
sédénion {m} [maths] :: sedenion
sédentaire {adj} :: sedentary
sédentarisation {f} :: settlement; settling (the act of establishing a settlement or dwelling)
sédentariser {vi} [ethnology] :: to settle (set up as a swelling)
sédentariser {vr} :: to settle (establish as a home)
sédentarité {f} [ethnology] :: sedentism
se dépiquer {v} :: to recover one's good humour
se désapproprier {v} :: "to renounce (property)"
se désargenter {v} :: to become unsilvered, to lose its plating
sédévacantiste {adj} :: sedevacantist
sédiment {m} :: sediment (all senses)
sédimentaire {adj} :: sedimentary
sédimentation {f} [geology] :: sedimentation
sédimenté {adj} :: sedimentary
sédimenter {vit} :: to sediment
sédimentologie {f} [geology] :: sedimentology
sédimentologique {adj} :: sedimentological
séditieusement {adv} :: seditiously
séditieux {adj} :: rebellious, seditious, riotous
sédition {f} :: sedition (insurrection or rebellion)
sédoheptulose {m} [carbohydrate] :: sedoheptulose
séducteur {m} :: seducer
séducteur {adj} :: seductive
séduction {f} :: seduction
séductrice {f} :: feminine noun of séducteur
séduire {v} :: to seduce
séduire {v} :: to lure
séduisant {adj} :: seductive, capable of seducing
sédum {m} :: sedum
se faire chier {v} [vulgar] :: to be annoyed, to be pissed off
se faire chier {v} [vulgar] :: to be bored
se faire chier {v} [à] :: to bother oneself with doing something
se faire de la bile {v} [colloquial] :: to tie oneself in knots, to worry oneself sick
se faire des cheveux blancs {v} [colloquial] :: to tie oneself in knots, to worry oneself sick
se faire des couilles en or {v} [vulgar] :: to make a bundle, to make a mint, to be minting it, to rake in money hand over fist
se faire des films {v} [colloquial] :: to imagine things, to have another think coming, to be deluded
se faire des idées {v} [colloquial] :: to imagine things, to have another think coming, to be deluded
se faire du mauvais sang {v} [colloquial] :: to tie oneself in knots, to worry oneself sick
se faire du mouron {v} [colloquial] :: to tie oneself in knots, to worry oneself sick
se faire jour {v} :: to surface, to emerge
se faire la belle {v} [colloquial] :: to do a bunk, to take French leave, to skip town
se faire la malle {v} [colloquial] :: to do a bunk, to take French leave, to skip town, to show a clean pair of heels
se faire la paire {v} [colloquial] :: to do a bunk, to take French leave, to skip town, to show a clean pair of heels
se faire rare {v} :: to become scare, to become rare
se faire rare {v} [of hair] :: to be thinning
se faire rare {v} [of a person] :: to make oneself scarce
se faire tout petit {v} :: to lie low, to keep quiet
se faire une raison {v} :: to resign oneself, to accept an unfavorable situation
se faire un sang d'encre {vr} :: to be worried sick, to be worried to death
se faire vieux {vi} :: to get on, to get old, to become old
séfarade {adj} :: Sephardic
se ficher comme de l'an quarante de {v} :: alternative form of se moquer comme de l'an quarante de
se foutre de {v} [vulgar slang] :: Not to give a damn about (something)
se foutre de {v} [vulgar slang] :: To take the piss out of (someone), to make fun of someone
se foutre de la gueule de {v} [vulgar] :: to make fun of, to laugh at, to take the piss out of
ségétal {adj} :: segetal
se glisser dans {v} [idiomatic] :: to slip into (change one's clothes, usually into casual clothing)
segment {m} :: segment (all senses)
segmentaire {adj} :: segmental, segmented
segmenté {adj} :: segmented
segmenter {v} :: to segment
Ségolène {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate to German Sieglinde
Ségou {prop} :: a city in south-central Mali, lying 235 kilometres (146 mi) northeast of Bamako on the River Niger
Ségou {prop} :: a region in south-central Mali
ségrairie {f} [rare] :: woodland owned in common
ségrais {m} [rare] :: woodland owned in common
ségrayer {m} [rare] :: the administrator of a ségrairie (a woodland held in common)
ségrégatif {adj} :: segregative
ségrégation {f} :: segregation
ségrégationnisme {m} :: segregationism
ségrégationniste {adj} :: segregationist
ségrégativement {adv} :: segregatively
séguedille {f} :: seguidilla
Seguin {prop} :: surname
Séguin {prop} :: surname
seiche {f} :: cuttlefish
seiche {f} [hydrology] :: seiche
séide {mf} :: henchman, minion
seigle {m} :: rye (grass or its grains as food)
seigneur {m} :: lord (aristocrat, man of high rank)
seigneur {m} :: lord (master)
seigneur {m} [Canada] :: seigneur (a landowner, holder of a seigneurie)
Seigneur {prop} {m} :: Lord (god)
seigneuresse {f} :: feminine of seigneur
seigneuresse {f} :: The wife of a seigneur
seigneuresse {f} :: A female seigneur
seigneurial {adj} :: seigneurial
seigneurie {f} [French history, Canada] :: seigneurie
seigneurie {f} :: seigniory; fiefdom, domain
seigneuse {f} :: alternate form of seigneuresse; feminine of seigneur (lady, mistress)
seime {f} :: (especially in plural) crack(s) in a horse's hoof
sein {m} [anatomy] :: breast
sein {m} [literary] :: womb
sein {m} :: bosom
seine {f} :: seine (for fishing)
Seine {prop} {f} :: the Seine
Seine-Maritime {prop} :: A coastal department of Normandy at the mouth of the Seine
seiner {v} :: to seine (fish using a seine)
seing {m} [archaic or literary] :: signature
séisme {m} :: earthquake
séismique {adj} :: alternative form of sismique
séismographe {m} :: alternative spelling of sismographe
séismologie {f} :: seismology
seize {num} :: sixteen
seizième {adj} :: sixteenth
seizième {mf} :: sixteenth
seizièmement {adv} :: sixteenthly
séjour {m} :: stay, visit, sojourn
séjour {m} :: living room
séjourner {vi} :: to stay, to sojourn
sel {m} :: table salt, i.e. sodium chloride (NaCl)
sel {m} [chemistry] :: salt
sel {m} [in the plural] :: smelling salts
se la couler douce {v} [colloquial] :: to take it easy
se la jouer {vp} [colloquial] :: to give oneself airs, to show off, to be full of oneself
se la péter {vp} [colloquial] :: to show off, to be full of oneself, to give oneself airs
se la raconter {vp} [colloquial] :: to show off, to be full of oneself
se la ramener {vp} [colloquial] :: to show off, to be full of oneself
sel de cuisine {m} :: cooking salt (salt added to food being cooked)
sel de table {m} :: table salt
sélect {adj} :: select
sélecteur {m} :: selector
sélectif {adj} :: selective
sélection {f} :: selection
sélectionnable {adj} :: available for selection
sélection naturelle {f} [evolutionary theory] :: natural selection
sélectionner {v} :: to select, to pick (to choose one or more elements from a set)
sélectionneur {m} [sports] :: manager, coach (person responsable for selecting a team, especially a national team)
sélectivement {adv} :: selectively
sélectivité {f} :: selectivity
sélectron {m} [physics] :: selectron
Séléné {prop} {f} :: Selene
sélène {adj} :: selenic (relating to the Moon)
sélène {f} :: moonfish
séléniate {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: selenate
sélénieux {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: selenous
sélénique {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: selenic
sélénite {f} [mineralogy] :: gypsum
sélénite {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: selenite
sélénite {m} :: alternative capitalization of Sélénite
sélénite {adj} :: selenian, lunar (relating to the moon)
Sélénite {prop} {mf} :: Selenite, Lunarian (inhabitant of the moon)
sélénium {m} :: selenium
séléniure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: selenide
sélénocyanate {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: selenocyanate
sélénocystéine {f} [amino acid] :: selenocysteine
sélénographie {f} :: selenography
sélénographique {adj} :: selenographic
sélénologie {f} :: selenology
sélénométhionine {f} [biochemistry] :: selenomethionine
sélénoprotéine {f} [protein] :: selenoprotein
Séleucie {prop} :: Seleucia
se lever du pied gauche {vp} :: to get up on the wrong side of the bed (to feel irritable without a particular reason)
selfie {mf} :: selfie
selle {f} :: saddle (for riding)
selle {f} :: commode (chair containing a chamber pot)
selle {f} [metonymically, chiefly in the plural] :: excrement (human or animal)
seller {v} :: to saddle
sellerie {f} :: saddlery
sellette {f} :: harness saddle
sellette {f} :: harness seat attached to a paraglider
sellette {f} :: furniture stand
sellette {f} [sculpture] :: sculpture stand
sellier {m} :: saddler
sellière {f} :: feminine singular of sellier
selon {prep} :: according to; whichever applies; depending on
selve {f} [literary, slightly, dated] :: Tropical forest, in particular Amazonian rainforest
se magner le cul {v} [slang] :: To move one's ass, to get a move on (to hurry up), to haul ass
semailles {fp} :: sowing
semaine {f} :: week
sémantique {m} :: semantics
sémantique {adj} :: semantic
sémantiquement {adv} :: semantically
sémantisme {m} :: semanticism
sémaphore {m} :: semaphore (signaling system)
sémaphore {m} :: semaphore (computing term)
sémaphorique {adj} :: semaphoric
semblabilité {f} :: semblability, semblance, resemblance
semblabilité {f} [geometry] :: similarity
semblable {adj} :: similar
semblable {mf} [usually, in the plural] :: something or someone that belongs to the same kind or species
semblablement {adv} :: similarly
semblant {m} :: a semblance (of something)
sembler {vi} [impersonal] :: to seem, to resemble
sembler {vi} :: to appear
semé {adj} :: dotted, riddled
semé {adj} [heraldry] :: sprinkled or sown; said of a field or charge when strewn with small charges
séméiotique {adj} :: semeiotic
se mêler de ses affaires {v} [colloquial] :: to mind one's own business
se mêler de ses oignons {v} [colloquial] :: to mind one's own business
semelle {f} :: sole (of a shoe)
semelle {f} :: bit, iota
semelle {f} [railway] :: base plate pad
semelle {f} :: bedplate (of machine)
semelle {f} :: running surface (of ski)
sémelpare {adj} [biology] :: semelparous
sémelparité {f} [biology] :: semelparity
sémème {m} [linguistics] :: sememe
semence {f} :: seed (fertilized grain)
semence {f} [figuratively] :: seed (sperm)
semence {f} [figuratively] :: seed (precursor, something that makes another flourish)
semencier {adj} :: seed (attributive)
semencier {m} :: seed merchant or company
semer {v} :: to sow (scatter seed, etc.)
semer {v} :: to shake off someone
semestre {m} :: semester
semestre {m} :: semester, term (at a school or university)
semestriel {adj} :: biannual
semestriellement {adv} :: biannually
se mettre {v} :: to place self in a place or state
se mettre {v} :: to become
se mettre {v} :: to put on, to wear
se mettre à {v} :: to start (to do something), to take up
se mettre à dos {vt} :: to antagonise someone, to get on someone's bad side
se mettre à table {v} :: To sit down at a table to eat
se mettre à table {v} :: To sing, to confess under interrogation
se mettre d'accord {v} :: to settle on, to agree
se mettre en quatre {v} [colloquial] :: to bend over backwards
se mettre le doigt dans l'œil {v} [figuratively] :: to be much mistaken, to bark up the wrong tree, to delude oneself, to need one's head examined
se mettre martel en tête {v} [idiomatic, rare] :: to worry or get obsessed about something
semeur {m} :: sower
semeuse {f} :: feminine noun of semeur
semi- {prefix} :: semi-, demi-, half-
semi-acétalique {adj} :: hemiacetal, semiacetal (attributive)
semialdéhyde {m} [organic chemistry] :: semialdehyde
semi-conducteur {m} :: alternative spelling of semiconducteur
semiconducteur {m} [physics] :: semiconductor
semiconducteur {adj} :: semiconducting
sémillant {adj} :: vivacious, spry
sémillon {m} :: Sémillon (grape and wine)
semi-marathon {m} :: half marathon (a running race over the distance of 21.0975 km)
séminaire {m} [religion] :: seminary
séminaire {m} [education] :: seminar
séminaire {m} [religion] :: sermon
séminal {adj} [physiology, biology] :: seminal
séminariste {m} :: seminarist
séminifère {adj} :: seminiferous
séminiforme {adj} [biology] :: seminiform
sémiologie {f} :: semiology (semiotics)
sémiologique {adj} :: semiological
sémiologue {mf} :: semiologist
sémioticien {m} :: semiotician (linguist specialized in semiotics)
sémiotique {adj} :: semiotic
semiperméable {adj} :: semipermeable
semi-remorque {m} :: semi-trailer
semirigide {adj} :: semirigid
semis {m} [agriculture] :: A technique for planting seeds on a terrain
semisimple {adj} [maths] :: semisimple
sémite {adj} :: Semitic
sémite {mf} :: Semite
sémitique {adj} :: Semitic (relating to the Semites)
sémitique {adj} :: Semitic (relating to the Semitic languages)
sémitisme {m} :: the spirit and influence of the Semites
sémitisme {m} :: [in particular] the spirit and influence of the Jews
semi-voyelle {f} :: semivowel (sound in speech)
s'emmêler les pinceaux {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to get one's wires crossed, to get things all mixed up, to get into a muddle, to misstep
semoir {m} :: seed bag
semoir {m} :: seeder (machine)
semonce {f} :: reprimand
semoncer {v} [literary] :: to scold, reprimand, rebuke
se moquer comme de l'an quarante de {v} [simile, colloquial] :: to not give a damn about (something)
se moquer comme d'une guigne de {v} :: alternative form of se soucier comme d'une guigne de
semoule {f} :: semolina
sempiternel {adj} [pejorative] :: sempiternal, constant, neverending, everlasting
sempiternellement {adv} :: sempiternally
semple {m} :: A type of transfer used in weaving looms
s'en {contraction} :: se + en
s'en aller {v} :: to go away, to leave
sénarmontite {f} [mineralogy] :: senarmontite
sénat {m} :: senate
sénateur {m} :: senator
sénatorial {adj} :: senatorial
sénatrice {f} :: (femal) senator
s'en donner à cœur joie {v} :: to enjoy something wholeheartedly, to throw oneself into something wholeheartedly, to enjoy oneself to the full, to have a field day, to indulge oneself to one's heart's content
s'endormir sur ses lauriers {v} [idiomatic] :: to rest on one's laurels
séné {m} :: senna
sénéchal {m} :: seneschal; guardian; protector
sénéchaussée {f} :: A seneschalty: a district governed by a seneschal, particularly:
sénéchaussée {f} [historical] :: The seneschalties of southern France and Normandy during the late medieval and early modern periods
sénéchaussée {f} [historical] :: The capital of a seneschalty; the seat of a seneschal
sénéchaussée {f} [historical] :: The royal court headed by a seneschal
séneçon {m} :: ragwort, groundsel or similar plant of the genus Senecio
Sénégal {prop} {m} :: Senegal
sénégalais {adj} :: Senegalese
Sénégalais {prop} {m} :: A Senegalese, member or descendant of the population of from Senegal
sénégine {f} :: senegin
Sénèque {prop} {m} :: Seneca
sénescence {f} :: senescence
sénescent {adj} :: senescent
senestre {adj} [dated] :: (on the) left
senestre {adj} [heraldry] :: sinister; left-hand side of the shield
sénestre {adj} :: alternative form of senestre
sénestrogyre {adj} :: sinistrogyre
s'en être {v} [formal, dated] :: used only in the simple past tense for s'en aller
sénevé {m} :: mustard plant (technically), white mustard (Sinapis alba)
s'en faire accroire {v} :: to make oneself believe stories.
s'enfuir {vr} :: to flee; to run away
sénile {adj} :: senile
sénilement {adv} :: senilely
sénilité {f} :: senility
senior {m} [sports] :: senior (older player)
senior {m} :: elderly person
s'en mordre les doigts {v} :: to kick oneself
senneur {m} [nautical] :: seiner (fishing boat)
sénonien {adj} [geology] :: Senonian (attributive)
Sénonien {m} [geology] :: Senonian
sénoufo {m} :: Senufo
se noyer dans un verre d'eau {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to make a mountain out of a molehill (to get all worked up over the slightest difficulties)
s'en prendre à {v} :: to blame
s'en prendre à {v} :: to lash out at, to lay into
s'en rapporter à {v} :: to refer oneself about it to
sens {m} :: sense
sens {m} :: meaning
sens {m} :: direction
Sens {prop} :: a city in Burgundy
sensass {adj} [colloquial] :: cool; ace; fantastic; excellent
sensation {f} :: sensation
sensationnalisme {m} :: sensationalism (use of style and subject matter that is intentionally controversial, lurid, or attention-grabbing)
sensationnaliste {adj} :: sensationalist
sensationnel {adj} :: sensational (very good)
sensationnellement {adv} :: sensationally
sens commun {m} :: common sense (ordinary understanding)
sens commun {m} :: intuition
sens dessus dessous {adj} :: (turned) upside-down
sens devant derrière {adv} :: back to front
sensé {adj} :: sensible, rational
sensé {adj} :: misspelling of censé
sensei {m} :: sensei (martial arts instructor)
sensément {adv} :: sensibly, rationally
senseur {m} :: sensor
sensibilisant {adj} :: sensitized
sensibilisateur {adj} :: sensitizing
sensibilisateur {m} :: sensitizer
sensibilisation {f} :: sensitisation
sensibiliser {vt} :: to make sensitive
sensibiliser {v} :: to raise awareness
sensibilité {f} :: sensitivity
sensible {adj} :: sensitive
sensible {f} [music] :: leading tone
sensiblement {adv} :: pretty much, roughly, approximately
sensiblement {adv} :: appreciably, perceptibly
sensiblement {adv} :: sensitively
sensiblerie {f} :: sentimentality
sensitif {adj} :: sensory
sensitive {f} :: sensitive plant (Mimosa pudica)
sensitivité {f} :: sensitivity
sensorialité {f} [biology] :: sensoriality
sensoriel {adj} :: sensory, sensorial
sensorimétrique {adj} :: sensorimetric
sensorimoteur {adj} [anatomy] :: sensorimotor
s'en sortir {v} :: to overcome a difficult situation; to manage
s'en sortir {v} :: to come out of a situation; to get out; to escape a fate
sensualisme {m} :: sensualism
sensualiste {adj} :: sensualist
sensualiste {mf} :: sensualist
sensualité {f} :: sensuality
sensuel {adj} :: sensual (all meanings)
sensuellement {adv} :: sensually
sente {f} :: footpath, track, trail
sentence {f} :: sentence
sentence {f} :: verdict
sentence {f} :: maxim, saying, adage
sentencieusement {adv} :: sententiously
sentencieux {adj} :: sententious
s'entendre comme chien et chat {v} [simile] :: to be in perpetual conflict with each other
s'entendre comme chien et chat {v} [simile, uncommon] :: agree to disagree
s'en tenir là {v} :: to keep to that point of it.
senteur {f} [literary] :: scent, perfume
sentier {m} :: path; pathway
sentiment {m} :: A sentiment, general thought, sense or feeling
sentiment {m} :: An opinion
sentimental {adj} :: sentimental
sentimentalement {adv} :: sentimentally
sentimentaliser {v} :: to sentimentalise/sentimentalize
sentimentalisme {m} :: sentimentalism
sentimentalité {f} :: sentimentality
sentinelle {f} :: sentinel, sentry, guard
sentir {vi} :: to smell (to have a certain odor)
sentir {vt} :: to taste
sentir {vt} :: to feel (physical perception)
sentir {vt} :: to smell of, taste of
sentir {vt} [colloquial] :: to smack of; to indicate, foreshadow
sentir {vt} :: to have the character, manner, feeling or appearance of; to give a feeling of
sentir {vt} :: to feel, be aware of, be conscious of
sentir {vr} :: to feel (in oneself)
sentir {vr} :: to show, be felt (of effect, improvement etc.)
sentir le roussi {vi} [figuratively] :: to smell like trouble
s'envoyer en l'air {v} [colloquial] :: [avec] to get it on with
s'envoyer en l'air {v} [reciprocal, colloquial] :: to have a shag, to have sex
seoir {v} :: to be suitable for; to be proper for
seoir {v} [legal] :: to be situated
seoir {v} [archaic] :: sit down (see also s'asseoir)
Séoul {prop} {f} :: Seoul
sépale {m} [botany] :: sepal
séparabilité {f} :: separability
séparable {adj} :: separable
séparateur {m} :: separator
séparatif {adj} :: separative
séparation {f} :: separation
séparatisme {m} :: separatism
séparatiste {mf} [politics] :: separatist
séparatiste {adj} [politics] :: separatist
séparatoire {m} :: separator, separating funnel
séparatrice {f} :: feminine singular of séparateur
séparément {adv} :: separately
séparer {v} :: to separate
séparer {v} :: to split up, to cause to come apart
séparer le bon grain de l'ivraie {v} [figuratively] :: to separate the wheat from the chaff
se passer de {v} :: to do without, dispense with
se passionner {v} :: to be enthusiastic or passionate
se payer la tête {v} [colloquial] :: [de] to make fun of, to laugh at, to take the piss out of
se pelotonner {v} :: to curl up (into a ball)
se pelotonner {v} :: to snuggle
se pelotonner {v} :: to crouch or huddle
se péter la gueule {v} :: To get drunk, wasted (on drugs)
se péter la gueule {v} :: To fall over
sépharade {adj} :: alternative form of séfarade
sépia {m} :: sepia
sépia {adj} :: sepia
sépiolite {f} [mineral] :: sepiolite
se piquer le nez {v} [idiomatic] :: to get drunk
se planter {v} [colloquial] :: to mess up
se plier en quatre {v} [colloquial] :: to bend over backwards
se porter comme un charme {v} [simile, colloquial] :: to be fine, to feel great
se porter garant de {v} :: to vouch for, to guarantee (the integrity or truth of something)
se pousser {v} [idiomatic] :: To move aside
se pouvoir {vr} [impersonal] :: to be possible; may, could be
se prendre la tête {vr} :: to get worked up over something, to let something get to oneself, to tie oneself in knots over something
se prendre la tête {v} [reciprocal] :: to argue
se prendre un vent {v} [colloquial] :: To receive no answer; to be rebuffed by having one's advances ignored
sept {num} :: seven
septante {num} [Belgium, Switzerland, DR Congo, Acadia, Savoy] :: seventy
Septante {prop} [singular or plural] :: Septuagint
Septante {prop} [plural only] :: The translators of the Septuagint, the Seventy
septante-neuf {num} [cardinal, Belgium, Switzerland, Congo, Acadian, Savoy] :: seventy-nine
septantième {adj} :: seventieth
septantième {mf} :: seventieth
sept cents {m} [cardinal] :: seven hundred
septembre {m} :: September
septembrisade {f} :: The Septembrist massacre
septennal {adj} :: septennial
septennat {m} :: term of seven years
septentrion {m} :: septentrion, north
septentrional {adj} :: northern (facing, situated in or related to the north); septentrional, boreal
septicémie {f} :: septicemia (disease caused by pathogenic organisms in the bloodstream, characterised by chills and fever)
septicémique {adj} :: septicaemic
septidi {m} [historical] :: The seventh day of the decade (ten-day week) in the French Republican Calendar
septième {adj} :: seventh
septième {mf} :: seventh
septième art {m} [idiomatic, singulare tantum] :: cinema
septième ciel {m} :: seventh heaven
septièmement {adv} :: seventhly
septilliard {m} :: quattuordecillion
septinsulaire {adj} :: septinsular
septique {adj} :: septic
septique {adj} :: infected
septiste {m} [sports] :: A player of rugby sevens
sept péchés capitaux {mp} :: the seven deadly sins
septuagénaire {adj} :: septuagenarian
septuagénaire {mf} :: septuagenarian
septuor {m} [chiefly music] :: septet
septuple {adj} :: seven-time
septupler {v} :: to septuple (multiply by seven)
sépulcral {adj} :: sepulchral
sépulcre {m} :: sepulchre (burial chamber)
sépulture {f} :: sepulture
séquanien {adj} :: Relating to the Seine
séquanien {adj} :: Sequanian
séquelle {f} :: sequela
séquelle {f} :: relapse
séquelle {f} :: after-effect
séquençage {m} [genetics, computing] :: sequencing
séquence {f} :: sequence (set of things in a set order)
séquencé {adj} :: sequenced
séquencer {v} :: to sequence
séquenceur {m} :: sequencer (all forms)
séquentiel {adj} :: sequential
séquentiellement {adv} :: sequentially
séquestration {f} :: sequestration
séquestrer {v} :: to sequester, to store away
séquestrer {v} :: to detain, to confine (often against one's will)
sequin {m} [money] :: zecchin, sequin
sequin {m} :: sequin
séquoia {m} :: sequoia
sérac {m} :: a kind of cheese
sérac {m} :: a serac, a sharp tower of ice formed by intersecting crevasses of a glacier
sérail {m} :: seraglio
sérail {m} :: innermost circle, entourage
séran {m} :: hackle (tool used to card hemp)
sérancer {v} :: To hackle (card hemp)
sérandite {f} :: serandite
séraphin {m} :: seraph
Séraphine {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate to the English Seraphina
séraphique {adj} :: seraphic
serbe {m} :: Serbian (language)
serbe {adj} :: Serbian
Serbe {mf} :: Serbian (person, of either gender)
Serbie {prop} {f} :: Serbia
Serbie-et-Monténégro {prop} {f} :: Serbia and Montenegro
serbisation {f} :: Serbization
serbo-croate {m} :: the Serbo-Croatian language
Sercq {prop} :: the island of Sark
se regarder {vr} :: To look at oneself
se regarder en chiens de faïence {v} [colloquial] :: to look daggers at each another, to glare at one another
serein {adj} [of sky] :: unclouded, clear
serein {adj} [figuratively] :: serene, calm, tranquil
serein {m} [literary or regional] :: serein
sereinement {adv} :: serenely, calmly
se relaxer {vr} :: to relax
se rembrunir {vr} :: to become clouded over
se remettre dans le bain {v} [colloquial, figuratively] :: to get back into the swing of things
sérénade {f} :: serenade
sérénader {v} :: to serenade
sérendipité {f} :: serendipity (the state of discovery, by accident, of things not sought)
sérendipiteusement {adv} :: serendipitously
sérendipiteux {adj} :: serendipitous
se rendre compte {v} :: to realize, to notice, to be or become aware
sérénissime {adj} :: very serene
sérénissime {adj} [figuratively] :: majestuous, very noble
sérénissime {adj} :: qualifies the Republic of Venice
sérénissimement {adv} [rare] :: superlative of sereinement
sérénité {f} :: serenity
sérénoa {m} :: saw palmetto
se reposer sur ses lauriers {v} [idiomatic] :: to rest on one's laurels
se ressembler comme deux gouttes d'eau {v} [reciprocal, simile] :: to look like two peas in a pod
se retourner dans sa tombe {v} [figuratively] :: to turn in one's grave
se retrousser les manches {v} :: alternative form of retrousser ses manches
séreux {adj} [biology] :: serous
serf {m} :: A serf, semifree peasant obliged to remain on the lord's land and to perform extensive chores for him
serf {adj} :: being or like a serf, semifree
serfouette {f} :: hoe (for weeding)
serge {f} :: twill, serge
Serge {prop} :: given name
sergé {m} :: twill
sergé {m} :: serge, baize
sergent {m} [military] :: sergeant
sergente {f} :: feminine noun of sergent
sergenter {vt} :: "to send bailiffs after one; importune or press upon one"
sergenterie {f} :: "a serjeant's place"
sergot {m} [dated, slang] :: sergeant
sérial {adj} :: serial
sérialité {f} :: seriality
séricicole {adj} :: sericultural
sériciculteur {m} :: sericulturist
séricicultrice {f} :: feminine singular of sériciculteur
sériciculture {f} :: sericulture
séricigraphie {f} :: serigraphy
série {f} :: series
série {f} :: television program
sérié {adj} :: seriate
sériel {adj} :: serial (relating to a series)
sérier {v} :: to seriate (make into a series)
sérieusement {adv} :: seriously
sérieux {adj} :: serious
sérieux {interj} [colloquial] :: really? for real?
sérigraphe {mf} :: silk-screen printer
sérigraphie {f} :: serigraphy
sérigraphique {adj} :: silk-screen (attributive)
sérimètre {m} :: serimeter
serin {m} :: bird of the species serinus, canary
se rincer l'œil {v} [colloquial] :: to get an eyeful
sérine {f} [amino acid] :: serine
seriner {vt} :: to drum something into someone
serinette {f} [music] :: serinette
seringa {m} [plant] :: syringa, mock orange
seringat {m} :: alternative spelling of seringa
seringue {f} :: syringe
seringuer {v} :: To syringe
sérique {adj} :: serous
serment {m} :: oath, pledge
serment d'Hippocrate {m} :: Hippocratic oath
sermon {m} :: sermon (religious speech)
sermon {m} :: sermon (lengthy reproval)
sermonnaire {adj} :: sermon (attributive)
sermonnaire {m} :: A collection of sermons
sermonner {vt} :: to lecture, sermonise
séro- {prefix} :: sero-
séroconversion {f} :: seroconversion
sérologique {adj} :: serological
séronégatif {adj} :: HIV negative
séronégatif {adj} :: seronegative
séropositif {adj} :: HIV positive
séropositif {adj} :: seropositive
séropositivité {f} :: seropositivity
séroprotéine {f} [protein] :: seroprotein
sérosité {f} [biology] :: serosity
sérothérapie {f} :: serotherapy
sérothérapique {adj} :: serotherapeutic
sérothérapiquement {adv} :: serotherapeutically
sérotinal {adj} :: serotinal
sérotinal {adj} :: serotine
sérotine {f} :: serotine
sérotonine {f} :: serotonin
sérotype {m} [immunology] :: serotype
sérotypie {m} [immunology] :: serotyping
séroual {m} :: sirwal
sérovar {m} [immunology] :: serovar
serpe {f} :: billhook, pruning hook, sickle (agricultural implement often with a curved or hooked end to the blade used for pruning or cutting thick, woody plants)
serpent {m} :: snake
Serpent {prop} :: Serpens (constellation)
serpent à sonnettes {m} :: rattlesnake
serpent corail {m} :: coral snake
serpent de mer {m} :: sea serpent
serpent de mer {m} [journalism, humorous] :: A long-time discussed subject, but with no concrete reality
serpenteau {m} :: snakelet
serpenter {v} :: to snake, wind (move in a winding path)
serpentin {adj} :: serpentine
serpette {f} :: billhook
serpillère {f} :: alternative spelling of serpillière
serpillière {f} :: mop or cloth for cleaning the floor
serpolet {m} :: wild thyme
serrage {m} :: tightening
serre {f} :: greenhouse, hothouse
serre {f} :: talon (of an eagle)
serré {adj} :: tight
serré {adj} [writing, etc] :: fine, cramped
serré {adj} [coffee] :: strong
serré {adj} [figuratively] :: strict, tight
serre-jarretelles {m} [rare] :: suspender belt (UK), garter belt (US)
serre-livre {m} :: bookend (object designed to keep books upright)
serrement {m} :: handshake (serrement de main)
serrement {m} :: pang (serrement de coeur)
serrément {adv} :: tightly
serrément {adv} :: sparingly
serrément {adv} :: stingily
serrer {v} :: to tighten (a screw, a knot)
serrer {v} :: to shake (hands)
serrer {v} :: to squeeze
serrer {vr} :: to squeeze
serrer {vp} :: to shake (hands)
serrer {v} [slang] :: to seduce; to flirt with
serrer les dents {v} [colloquial] :: to grit one's teeth, to bite the bullet
serre-taille {m} :: waist cincher
serre-tête {m} :: headband, hairband
serre-tête {m} :: kerchief, bandana
serriforme {adj} [biology] :: serriform
serrure {f} :: lock
serrurerie {f} :: locksmith's shop
serrurerie {f} :: locksmithing
serrurerie {f} :: ornamental work in wrought metal
serrurier {m} :: locksmith (lock maker)
sertir {vt} :: to crimp
sertir {vt} [of jewellery] :: to set, socket
sertissage {m} :: the act of crimping
sertissage {m} :: the act of socketing (e.g., a gem)
sérum {m} :: serum (all senses)
sérum physiologique {m} :: saline solution, isotonic solution
sérumthérapie {f} :: serum therapy
servage {m} :: servitude (the state of being a slave)
servage {m} :: serfage
servant {m} :: servant
servante {f} :: female servant
serveur {m} :: waiter (in restaurant)
serveur {m} [computing, masculine only] :: server
serveuse {f} :: waitress
serveuse {f} :: barmaid
serviabilité {f} :: helpfulness
serviable {adj} :: helpful, obliging
serviablement {adv} :: helpfully, obligingly
service {m} :: service
service {m} [tennis] :: service
service {m} [Switzerland, in the plural] :: cutlery
service {interj} [Switzerland] :: you're welcome
service à la française {m} :: service à la russe (serving the dishes of a meal all at once)
service à la russe {m} :: service à la russe (serving the dishes of a meal in courses)
service de renseignement {m} :: intelligence agency
service rapide par bus {m} [transport] :: bus rapid transit
service secret {m} :: secret service
servien {adj} :: Serbian
serviette {f} :: towel (cloth used for wiping)
serviette {f} :: napkin
serviette {f} :: briefcase
serviette hygiénique {f} :: sanitary towel, sanitary napkin
servile {adj} :: servile, slavish, subservient
servilement {adv} :: servilely, slavishly, subserviently
servilité {f} :: servility
servir {v} :: to serve (to bring a meal to someone)
servir {v} :: to be used for
servir {v} [à] :: to be useful for someone, to be of use, come in handy
servir {v} [sports] :: to serve (start a point with service)
servir {v} [sports] :: to set up (pass to, in order to give a scoring chance)
servir {vr} :: to help oneself, to serve oneself
servir {v} [de, .reflexive] :: to use, make use of
serviteur {m} :: servant
servitude {f} :: servitude, thralldom
servocommande {f} :: synonym of servomécanisme
servofrein {m} :: servo-assisted brake
servomécanisme {m} :: servomechanism
servomoteur {m} :: servomotor
ses {determiner} :: his, her (when referring to a plural noun)
se salir les mains {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to get one's hands dirty
sésame {m} :: sesame (plant, seed)
sésame {m} :: hint
sésamoïde {adj} [anatomy] :: sesamoid
sésamoïde {m} [anatomy] :: sesamoid
sésamoïdien {adj} [anatomy] :: sesamoidal
séséli {m} :: Any plant of the genus Seseli
se sentir d'attaque {v} [colloquial] :: to feel up to it, to be on form, to be ready to take action
se serrer la ceinture {v} [figuratively] :: to tighten one's belt, to stay frugal, to scrimp
se serrer les coudes {v} [idiomatic] :: to back one another up, to stick together, to help one another
se sortir les doigts du cul {v} [vulgar] :: to get a move on, to get off one's ass, to pull one's finger out
se soucier comme d'une guigne de {v} [simile, colloquial] :: to not give a damn about (something)
se souvenir {v} :: remember (to recall one's memory)
sesquialtère {adj} :: sesquialterate
sesquibasique {adj} [chemistry] :: sesquibasic
sesquicentenaire {adj} :: sesquicentennial
sesquicentenaire {m} :: sesquicentennial
sesquilinéaire {adj} [maths] :: sesquilinear
sesquilingue {adj} [rare, ] :: sesquilingual
sesquioxyde {m} :: sesquioxide (oxide)
sesquiphosphure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: sesquiphosphide
sesquiterpène {m} [organic chemistry] :: sesquiterpene
sesquiterpénique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sesquiterpenic
sesquitierce {adj} [maths] :: sesquitertian
session {f} :: session, period
session {f} [computing] :: session
s'est {contraction} :: se + est (third-person singular indicative present form of être)
sesterce {m} :: sestertius (Roman coin)
sesterpène {m} [organic chemistry] :: sesterterpene
set {m} [tennis] :: set
seta {f} :: seta
se taper la cloche {v} [colloquial] :: to eat very well; to fill one's face
se taper un rassis {v} [vulgar] :: to jerk off, to masturbate (literally, to knock off a stale one)
Sète {prop} :: A town in the Hérault department of Languedoc-Roussillon
se tenir à carreau {v} [colloquial] :: to lie low, to watch one's step, to behave oneself
setier {m} :: bushel (measure)
Sétif {prop} :: A city in eastern Algeria
sétifien {adj} :: Of or from Sétif
s'étirer les jambes {v} [idiomatic] :: to stretch one's legs
se tirer une balle {v} [colloquial] :: to shoot oneself, to blow one's brains out
se tirer une balle dans le pied {v} :: to shoot oneself in the foot
sétois {adj} :: Of or from Sète
séton {m} :: seton
se tourner les pouces {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to twiddle one's thumbs
Setsuko {prop} :: given name
setter {m} :: setter (dog)
setter irlandais {m} :: Irish Setter
seuil {m} :: level
seuil {m} [archaic or literary] :: threshold
seuil {m} :: doorstep
seuil de pauvreté {m} :: poverty line
seuillage {m} [computing, statistics] :: thresholding
seuiller {v} [computing, statistics] :: To threshold
seul {adj} :: lonely, alone
seul {adj} :: only
seul {adj} :: single
seul à seul {phrase} :: Alone with one other person, and no one else
seulement {adv} :: only
seulet {adj} [dated, humorous] :: all alone
seum {m} [slang] :: frustration
s'évanouir dans la nature {vp} :: To vanish, disappear without a trace, usually to hide or flee something
sève {f} [botany] :: sap
sève {f} [figuratively] :: sap, vital essence, life
sévère {adj} :: severe, harsh
sévère {adj} :: strict
sévèrement {adv} :: severely
sévèrement {adv} :: strictly; harshly
Séverin {prop} :: given name derived from Latin Severinus, rather rare today
Séverine {prop} {f} :: given name popular in the 1970s; a feminine form of Séverin, from the Latin saints' name Severinus
sévérité {f} :: severity
sévices {mp} :: (physical) abuse
Sévigny {prop} :: surname
sévillan {adj} :: Sevillian, Sevillan (from Seville)
Séville {prop} {f} :: Séville (city/capital)
sévir {vi} :: to crack down, clamp down
sévir {vi} [of war, storm, etc.] :: to rage
sévir {vi} [of disease, poverty, etc.] :: to be rife
sévir {vi} [of policy, belief, etc.] :: to hold sway
se voir comme le nez au milieu de la figure {v} [simile, colloquial] :: to be plain as the nose on one's face, obvious, conspicuous, visible, clear as day
sevrage {m} :: ablactation, weaning
sevrage {m} :: withdrawal (from an addiction)
sevré {adj} :: weaned
sevrer {v} :: to wean
Sèvres {prop} :: Sèvres
sexagénaire {mf} :: sexagenarian
sexagénaire {adj} :: sexagenarian
sexagésimal {adj} :: sexagesimal
sex appeal {m} :: sex appeal
sex-appeal {m} :: sex appeal
sexdigitaire {adj} :: sexdigital
sexdigité {adj} :: sexdigital
sexe {m} :: gender
sexe {m} :: sex (the act)
sexe {m} :: sex organ
sexe {adj} :: Pornographic
sexe {adj} :: Horny, sexually aroused
sexe {adj} :: Sexy
sexe faible {f} [dated, now offensive] :: the weaker sex, the fair sex
sexer {v} :: To sex (chickens etc)
sexer {v} :: To engage in sexual activity
sexeur {m} :: sexer (of chickens etc)
sexeuse {f} :: feminine singular of sexeur
sex friend {m} [slang] :: friend with benefits
sexisme {m} :: sexism
sexiste {adj} :: sexist
sexiste {mf} :: sexist
sexistement {adv} :: sexistly
sexologie {f} :: sexology
sexologue {mf} :: sexologist
sex-shop {m} :: sex shop
sex-symbol {m} :: sex symbol
sextant {f} :: sextant
sex-tape {f} :: sex tape
sextape {f} :: alternative form of sex-tape
sextidi {m} [historical] :: The sixth day of the decade (ten-day week) in the French Republican Calendar
sextilliard {m} :: duodecillion (US)
sexto {m} :: sext
sexto {adv} :: sixthly
sex-toy {m} :: sex toy
sextoy {m} :: sex toy
sextuel {adj} :: sextual
sextuor {m} [chiefly music] :: sextet
sextupler {v} :: to sextuple, to multiply by six
sexualiser {v} :: to sexualize
sexualisme {m} :: sexualism
sexualité {f} :: sexuality
sexuation {f} :: sexuation
sexué {adj} :: sexed (possessing a sex)
sexué {adj} :: sexual
sexuel {adj} :: sexual
sexuellement {adv} :: sexually
sexy {adj} :: sexy
sexyment {adv} :: sexily (in a sexy manner)
seyant {adj} :: becoming, fetching
seychellois {adj} :: Seychellois
Seychellois {m} :: Seychellois (male person from the Seychelles)
Seychelloise {f} :: feminine singular of Seychellois
sfaxien {adj} :: of or relating to Sfax, a city in Tunisia
SFR {initialism} :: a French mobile phone company
sfumato {m} [art] :: sfumato
sguègue {m} [slang] :: cock (penis)
sguègue {m} [slang] :: good-for-nothing
SHA {prop} [sports] :: abbreviation of Shawinigan
shabbat {m} :: Jewish Shabbat, biblical seventh day
s'habiller comme la chienne à Jacques {v} [Quebec, simile] :: To dress very poorly and with little fashion sense, especially if wearing old or dilapidated clothes
shah {m} :: alternative spelling of schah
shakacho {m} :: the Shekkacho language
shakespearien {adj} :: Shakespearian
shamanique {adj} :: shamanic
shampoing {m} :: alternative form of shampooing
shampooiner {v} :: to shampoo
shampooing {m} :: shampoo
shampouiner {v} :: to shampoo (to wash with shampoo)
shampouineur {m} :: shampooer (hairdresser washing hair)
shampouineuse {f} :: shampooer (machine for shampooing carpets)
shampouineuse {f} :: shampooer (person who shampoos hair in a hairdresser)
Shanghaï {prop} :: Shanghai
shawarma {f} :: shawarma, a Lebanese dish of spiced beef served in a pita or on a plate
Shawinigan {prop} :: Shawinigan (A town in the Mauricie region of the province of Quebec in Canada)
shebab {adj} :: Relating to Al-Shabaab (militant group)
Shéhérazade {prop} {f} :: Scheherazade (virgin storyteller)
shekel {m} :: shekel (unit of currency)
sheng {m} :: sheng
shéol {m} :: Sheol
Sherbrooke {prop} :: A city and municipality in Quebec, Canada
sherbrookois {adj} :: Pertaining to Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
Sherbrookois {m} :: A male resident of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
sherbrookoise {adj} :: feminine of sherbrookois; Pertaining to Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
Sherbrookoise {f} :: feminine of Sherbrookois; Female resident of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
shérif {m} :: sheriff (all meanings)
sherlockholmesque {adj} :: Sherlock Holmesish
sherlockien {adj} [rare] :: Sherlockian
shetland {m} :: Shetland, Shetland pony
shido {m} :: shido
Shigeko {prop} :: given name
shigellose {f} [disease] :: shigellosis
shiitake {m} :: shiitake (Lentinula edodes, an edible mushroom)
shiitaké {m} :: alternative spelling of shiitake
shilling {m} :: shilling (old UK coin)
Shimizu {prop} :: surname
shintoïsme {m} :: Shinto, Shintoism (religion)
Shiroishi {prop} :: surname
shish taouk {m} [Quebec] :: shish taouk, a chicken shawarma, as a plate or a pita sandwich
shit {m} [slang] :: cannabis
shitake {m} :: alternative spelling of shiitake
shivaïste {mf} [Hinduism] :: Saiva
shivaïte {mf} [Hinduism] :: Saiva
Shoah {prop} {f} :: Holocaust, Shoah
shogun {m} :: shogun
shooter {v} [sports] :: to shoot the ball forward in an attempt to place it in the opponent's goal
shooter {vp} :: to shoot up, inject oneself with drugs
shooting {m} :: shoot, shooting (all senses)
shopping {m} :: shopping (act of shopping)
short {m} :: shorts, short trousers [UK]
shortcake {m} :: shortcake
short-stop {m} :: alternative spelling of shortstop
shortstop {m} [baseball] :: shortstop
shorty {m} :: (pair of) boyshorts, French knickers
show {m} :: (Anglicism) show
showman {m} :: showman
showroom {m} :: showroom
shrapnel {m} :: shrapnel
shrapnell {m} :: shrapnel
shtetl {m} :: shtetl
shtreimel {m} :: shtreimel
si {conj} :: if
si {conj} :: even if
si {interj} :: yes [used to contradict a negative statement] (often followed by I do, he is, etc. in English to indicate contradiction rather than affirmation)
si {adv} :: so, such (intensifier)
si {m} [music] :: si, the note 'B'
S. I. {prop} :: alternative form of S.I.
S.I. {prop} :: S.I.; synonym of SI (International System of Units)
SI {prop} :: abbreviation of Système international [Système international d'unités] (the international standard metric system)
sialoglycoprotéine {f} [protein] :: sialoglycoprotein
sialorrhée {f} :: sialorrhea
Siam {prop} {m} [historical] :: Siam (the former name of Thailand)
siamois {adj} :: Siamese (from Siam)
siamois {adj} :: Siamese, conjoined (attached to another human)
siamois {m} :: Siamese twin
siamois {m} :: Siamese cat
siau {m} [Louisiana French] :: bucket, pail
si bémol majeur {m} :: B-flat major
Sibérie {prop} {f} :: Siberia
sibérien {adj} :: Siberian (from, of or pertaining to Siberia)
Sibérien {m} :: Siberian
Sibérienne {f} :: feminine noun of Sibérien
si besoin est {adv} :: if need be
Sibidé {prop} :: surname
si bien que {conj} :: so much so that
sibylle {f} :: sibyl (a pagan female oracle)
sibyllin {adj} :: sibylline
sibyllin {adj} :: obscure
sibyllinement {adv} :: obscurely
sic {adv} :: sic
sicaire {m} :: hitman (someone hired to kill)
si ça se trouve {phrase} [colloquial] :: maybe, perhaps
sicav {f} [finance] :: sort of French investment company
sicav {f} [finance] :: A share of such a company
SICAV {f} :: alternative case form of sicav
siccatif {adj} :: siccative
siccativité {f} :: siccativity
siccité {f} :: dryness
si ce n'est {prep} :: except, if not
si ce n'est {conj} [followed by que] :: except that
Sichem {prop} :: Shechem
Sicile {prop} {f} :: Sicily
sicilien {adj} :: Sicilian
sicilien {m} :: Sicilian, the Sicilian language
Sicilien {m} :: Sicilian (person)
Sicilienne {f} :: feminine noun of Sicilien
sida {m} :: acronym of syndrome d'immunodéficience acquise; AIDS
SIDA {m} :: alternative case form of sida
side-car {f} :: sidecar
sidéen {adj} :: AIDS (attributive)
sidéen {m} :: an individual who has AIDS
sidéral {adj} :: sidereal
sidéralement {adv} :: sidereally
sidérant {adj} :: baffling, flummoxing
sidération {f} :: consternation
sidération {f} :: bafflement
sidérémie {f} [pathology] :: sideremia
sidérer {v} :: to dumbfound, flummox
sidérer {v} :: to consternate
sidérite {f} [mineralogy] :: siderite (iron(II) carbonate)
sidérite {f} :: siderite (an iron meteorite)
sidérolithique {adj} :: siderolithic
sidérophile {adj} :: siderophilic
sidérophile {m} :: siderophile
sidérophore {m} [organic chemistry] :: siderophore
sidérurgie {f} :: ironworks
sidérurgique {adj} [attributive] :: steel (of, or pertaining to, steelworks or steelworkers)
sidérurgiste {mf} :: steelworker
siecle {m} :: obsolete form of siècle
siècle {m} :: century (period of 100 years)
siége {m} :: alternative form of siège
siège {m} :: seat, chair
siège {m} :: siege
siéger {vt} [administration] :: To sit (hold a seat)
siéger {v} [legal, government] :: To sit
siéger {v} :: to be located; lie
siège social {m} :: headquarters (of an organization), head office
siemens {m} :: siemens
sien {adj} [archaic] :: his (that which belongs to him); her (that which belongs to her)
Sienne {prop} {f} :: Siena (city in Italy)
Sienne {prop} {f} :: Siena (province)
siennois {adj} :: Sienese (of Siena)
Siennois {m} :: Sienese (person)
Siennoise {f} :: feminine singular of Siennois
Sierentz {prop} :: A commune in the Haut-Rhin département, Alsace, France
sieste {f} :: siesta, a nap or rest during the hottest hours, usually after lunch
si et seulement si {conj} [mathematics, logic] :: if and only if (implies and is implied by)
sieur {m} :: sir, Mr., lord; title of respect for a man
sievert {m} :: sievert
si fait {interj} [now archaic or literary] :: certainly, yes (indeed), but of course (used to contradict a negative assertion)
sifflable {adj} :: worthy of being whistled at or booed
sifflant {adj} :: whistling
sifflant {adj} :: wheezing
sifflante {f} [phonetics] :: sibilant
sifflement {m} :: whistle, whistling (sound)
siffler {vti} :: to whistle
siffler {vt} :: to whistle for, to blow on a whistle for
siffler {vt} :: to boo by whistling (to show one's disapproval at something)
siffler {vi} [of snakes] :: to hiss
siffler {vt} :: to knock back (a drink), to down
sifflet {m} :: whistle (instrument)
sifflet {m} :: whistle (sound)
siffleux {m} :: groundhog, woodchuck, whistlepig
siffloter {vi} :: to whistle [carelessly]
sigillaire {adj} :: sigillary
sigillé {adj} :: sealed (marked with a seal)
sigillographie {f} :: sigillography
sigillographique {adj} :: sigillographic
sigisbée {m} :: beau
sigle {m} :: abbreviation
sigle {m} :: acronym or initialism
sigler {v} :: to devise, use, of designate as an acronym or abbreviation
sigma {m} :: sigma (Greek letter)
sigmatropique {adj} [chemistry] :: sigmatropic
sigmoïde {adj} :: sigmoid, sigmoidal
signal {m} :: signal
signalement {m} :: physical description (BOLO, APB)
signaler {v} :: to signal
signaler {v} :: to highlight, to notify, to bring to attention, to identify
signalétique {adj} :: descriptive by signs or symbols (on packaging etc)
signalétique {f} :: signage, signs
signalisation {f} :: signalling
signaliser {vt} :: to signalize (set up signs or signals)
signataire {mf} :: signer; signatory; signature-giver (someone who signs something)
signature {f} :: signature (a person's name written in their own handwriting)
signature {f} :: the act of signing
signe {m} :: sign (indicator; indication; mathematical polarity)
signe {m} :: gesture
signe de croix {m} :: sign of the cross, cross (Christian gesture)
signe dur {m} [phonetics, typography] :: hard sign
signe mou {m} [phonetics, typography] :: soft sign
signer {vt} :: to sign (put a signature on)
signer {v} :: to sign (communicate using sign language)
signer son arrêt de mort {v} [figuratively] :: to sign one's death warrant
signet {m} :: bookmark (strip used to mark a place in a book)
signeur {m} :: signer (one who signs in sign language)
signifiant {adj} :: signifying
signifiant {m} [linguistics] :: signifier
significatif {adj} :: significant
significatif {adj} :: meaningful
signification {f} :: meaning; definition; signification
significativement {adv} :: significantly
signifié {m} [linguistics] :: signified
signifier {v} :: to signify, mean
Sigolène {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate to German Sieglinde
sihanoukisme {m} :: Sihanoukism
sihanoukiste {adj} :: Sihanoukist
si jamais {conj} :: if, in case
si je ne m'abuse {adv} :: if I'm not mistaken, unless I'm much mistaken
si je puis dire {adv} :: so to speak
sikh {adj} :: sikh
sikhisme {m} :: Sikhism
s'il {contraction} :: contraction of si + il
silence {m} :: silence
silence, moteur, action {phrase} [cinematography] :: lights, camera, action!
silence radio {m} :: radio silence
silence radio {m} [figuratively] :: radio silence
silencieusement {adv} :: silently (in a silent manner; making no noise)
silencieux {adj} :: silent (without sound)
silencieux {adj} :: quiet (not speaking)
silencieux {adj} :: quiet (with little sound)
silencieux {m} :: silencer, suppressor (for a gun)
silencieux {m} :: muffler
silencieux {m} [Canada] :: synonym of pot d'échappement
silène {m} :: campion (of the genus Silene)
silène {m} :: great banded grayling Brintesia circe
siler {vi} [Quebec] :: to whistle (make a whistling noise)
Silésie {prop} {f} :: Silesia (region)
silésien {adj} :: Silesian (of or pertaining to Silesia)
silex {m} :: flint
silhouette {f} :: silhouette
silhouetter {vt} :: to silhouette, outline
silicate {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: silicate
silicaté {adj} :: silicated
silice {f} :: silica (silicon dioxide)
silicène {m} :: silicene
siliceux {adj} :: siliceous
silicieux {adj} :: alternative form of siliceux
silicifié {adj} :: silicified
silicique {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: silicic
silicium {m} :: silicon
siliciure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: silicide
silicose {f} :: silicosis
silicotungstique {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: silicotungstic
sillage {m} :: wake (The path left behind a ship on the surface of the water)
sillet {m} [music] :: bridge, capotasto (on a stringed instrument)
sillet {m} [music, lutherie] :: the nut
sillimanite {f} [mineral] :: sillimanite
sillon {m} [agriculture] :: furrow
sillon {m} :: groove, fissure
sillonner {v} :: to crisscross; cut across; furrow; to go back and forth (across)
sillonner {v} [figuratively] :: To leave traces of one's passage or way
silo {m} :: silo
siloxane {m} :: siloxane
s'ils {contraction} :: si + ils
s'il te plait {phrase} :: alternative form of s'il te plaît
s'il te plaît {phrase} [colloquial] :: please (as a request)
silure {m} :: wels catfish (Silurus glanis)
silure glane {m} :: wels catfish (Silurus glanis)
siluridé {m} :: a silurid
siluridés {mp} :: Siluridae (taxonomic family)
Silvain {prop} [biblical character] :: Silvanus
Silvain {prop} :: given name, usually spelled Sylvain
s'il vous plait {phrase} :: alternative form of s'il vous plaît
s'il vous plaît {phrase} [formal] :: please, if you please
sily {m} :: alternate form of syli
silyle {m} [chemistry] :: silyl
silylé {adj} [chemistry] :: silylated
simagrée {f} :: playacting
si majeur {m} :: B major
si ma mémoire est bonne {adv} :: if memory serves, if my memory serves me correctly
Simard {prop} :: surname
simarouba {m} :: A plant in the genus Simarouba
SIMDUT {initialism} [workplace, chemicals] :: initialism of Système d'information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail
Siméon {prop} {m} :: Simeon (given name)
simien {adj} :: simian
simien {m} :: simian, monkey
simiesque {adj} :: simian
simiesque {adj} [pejorative] :: apish
similaire {adj} :: similar
similairement {adv} :: similarly
similarité {f} :: similarity
simili {m} :: fake
similicuir {m} :: imitation leather
similitude {f} :: similitude
Simon {prop} :: Simon (biblical figure)
Simon {prop} :: given name
Simon {prop} :: surname
Simone {prop} :: given name, the feminine form of Simon
Simonet {prop} :: French surname
simonie {f} :: simony (act of buying and selling ecclesiastical offices and pardons)
simonien {adj} :: Simonian
simonien {m} :: Simonian
simonisme {m} :: simony
Simonne {prop} :: given name, variant of Simone
simoun {m} :: simoom
simple {adj} :: simple
simple {adj} :: one-way
simple {adj} :: mere
simple {m} :: one-way ticket
simple {m} [baseball] :: single
simple comme bonjour {adj} [simile] :: very simple, easy as pie
simplement {adv} :: simply
simplesse {f} :: natural simplicity
simplet {adj} :: simple, basic
simplet {adj} :: daft, simple-minded
simplet {m} :: simpleton
simplette {f} :: feminine singular of simplet
simplexe {m} [geometry] :: simplex
simplicité {f} :: simplicity
simplificateur {adj} :: simplifying
simplification {f} :: simplification
simplifier {v} :: to simplify
simplissime {adj} :: supereasy, supersimple
simpliste {adj} :: simplistic
simulacre {m} :: image, statue, idol, simulacrum
simulacre {m} :: spectre, phantom
simulacre {m} :: travesty, mockery
simulateur {m} :: person who simulates
simulateur {m} :: simulator (masculine only)
simulateur de foule {m} :: crowd simulator
simulation {f} :: simulation
simulatrice {f} :: A female who simulates
simulatrice {f} [chiefly] :: A woman who pretends to have an orgasm
simuler {vt} :: to simulate, feign, make like, emulate, pretend to be
simuler {v} [sports] :: to dive (pretend to be fouled in order to gain an advantage)
simultané {adj} :: simultaneous
simultanéité {f} :: simultaneity
simultanément {adv} :: simultaneously (occurring at the same time)
Sinaï {prop} :: Sinai
sinanthrope {m} :: Peking man
sinapisine {f} :: sinapisin
sincère {adj} :: sincere
sincèrement {adv} :: sincerely, truly
sincèrement {adv} :: honestly, sincerely
sincérité {f} :: sincerity
sinciput {m} [anatomy] :: sinciput
sindhi {adj} :: Sindhi (pertaining to Sindh)
sindhi {m} :: Sindhi (language)
sindonologie {f} :: sindonology (study of holy shroud)
sinécure {f} :: sinecure
Singapour {prop} {m} :: Singapore
singapourien {adj} :: Singaporean
Singapourien {m} :: Singaporean
singe {m} :: monkey
singe {m} :: ape
singer {v} :: to ape
singer {v} :: to sprinkle with flour
singerie {f} :: monkey house
singerie {f} [usually in plural] :: antics, clowning (around), monkey business
singesse {f} [archaic] :: she-monkey
singhalais {m} :: alternative spelling of cingalais
singhalais {adj} :: alternative spelling of cingalais
singlish {m} :: Singlish
singularisation {f} :: singularization
singulariser {v} :: To singularize
singularité {f} :: singularity (peculiar)
singularité {f} [physics] :: singularity
singularité {f} [mathematics] :: singularity
singularité technologique {f} :: technological singularity
singulatif {m} :: singulative (a singulative form or construction)
singulet {m} [physics] :: singlet
singulier {adj} [grammar] :: singular
singulier {adj} :: curious, strange, peculiar
singulièrement {adv} :: singularly
singulièrement {adv} :: on one's own
singulièrement {adv} :: alone (exclusive of others)
singulièrement {adv} :: in particular, especially
singulièrement {adv} :: strangely, oddly, bizarrely (evoking curiosity)
singulièrement {adv} :: totally, wholly
sinigrine {f} [organic compound] :: sinigrin
sinisation {f} :: sinicization (process of sinicising)
siniser {v} :: to sinicize
sinistralité {f} :: left-handedness, sinistrality
sinistre {adj} :: scary
sinistre {adj} :: sinister, ominous
sinistre {m} :: accident, incident
sinistre {m} :: disaster
sinistré {adj} :: destroyed by a natural catastrophe
sinistré {m} :: victim of a natural catastrophe
sinistrée {f} :: feminine noun of sinistré
sinistrement {adv} :: sinisterly, eerily
sinistrose {f} :: pessimism
sino- {prefix} :: Sino- (relating to China)
sinogramme {m} [orthography] :: Chinese character
sinologie {f} :: sinology
sinon {conj} :: except, apart from
sinon {conj} :: if not
sinon {conj} :: otherwise, or else
sinople {m} [tincture] :: sinople, vert
sinople {m} [geology] :: sinople
sinoque {adj} :: crazy; mad; nuts
sinotibétain {adj} :: Sino-Tibetan (related to China and Tibet)
sintérisation {f} :: sintering
sinué {adj} [botany] :: sinuous
sinueusement {adv} :: sinuously
sinueux {adj} :: sinuous, winding, meandering, serpentine
sinueux {adj} :: tortuous
sinuosité {f} :: sinuosity
sinus {m} [anatomy] :: sinus
sinus {m} [trigonometry] :: sine
sinusite {f} [pathology] :: sinusitis
sinusoïdal {adj} :: sinusoidal
sinusoïde {f} :: sinusoid
Sion {prop} [biblical] :: Zion
sionisme {m} :: Zionism
sioniste {adj} :: Zionist
sioniste {mf} :: Zionist
sioux {m} :: Sioux (language)
sioux {adj} [attributive] :: Sioux
sioux {adj} :: ingenious
siphon {m} :: siphon
siphoné {adj} [biology] :: siphonate
siphonnage {m} :: siphoning (off)
siphonner {v} :: to siphon
siphonogame {adj} [biology] :: siphonogamous
siphonogamie {f} [biology] :: siphonogamy
sire {m} [obsolete] :: sire (term of respect)
sire {m} [obsolete] :: lord
sirène {f} :: siren, alarm
sirène {f} [mythology] :: mermaid, siren
sirène {f} [figuratively, by extension] :: siren, temptress, seducer
sirénien {m} :: sirenian (animal of the order Sirenia)
siroco {m} :: alternative form of sirocco
Sirois {prop} :: surname
sirop {m} :: syrup
siropeux {adj} :: rare spelling of sirupeux
siroter {v} :: to sip
sirupeux {adj} :: syrupy
sis {adj} [legal, literary] :: located
sisal {m} :: sisal (plant, fibre)
si seulement {interj} :: if only (indicates a wish)
sismicité {f} :: seismicity
sismique {adj} :: seismic
sismogenèse {f} :: seismogenesis
sismogramme {m} :: seismogram
sismographe {m} :: seismometer
sismographie {f} :: seismography
sismographique {adj} :: seismographic
sismologie {f} :: seismology
sismologique {adj} :: seismological
sismologue {mf} :: seismologist
sismomètre {m} :: seismometer
sismotectonique {adj} [geology] :: seismotectonic
sismothérapie {f} [medicine] :: electroconvulsive therapy
sismothérapie {f} :: seismotherapy
sistre {m} :: sistrum
sisyphien {adj} :: Sisyphean
sitcom {m} :: sitcom
site {m} :: site
site {m} [Internet] :: website
site Internet {m} :: website
site web {m} :: alternative capitalization of site Web
site Web {m} :: website
sit-in {m} :: sit-in
sitocalciférol {m} [organic compound] :: sitocalciferol
sitôt {adv} [archaic] :: immediately
sitôt {adv} :: no sooner, soon after
sitôt que {conj} :: as soon as
sittelle {f} :: nuthatch
situation {f} :: situation (all meanings)
situation de famille {f} :: marital status
situation intéressante {f} [euphemistic, singulare tantum] :: interesting condition
situationnel {adj} :: situational
situationniste {adj} :: situationist
situationniste {mf} :: situationist
situer {v} :: to locate (to find the location of something)
situer {v} :: to situate
situer {vp} :: To be located (at a certain place); To be (for a place)
si tu le dis {interj} [colloquial] :: if you say so
Sitz im Leben {m} [theology] :: Sitz im Leben, sociological setting
si vous le dites {interj} [colloquial] :: if you say so
six {m} :: six
six cents {m} [cardinal] :: six hundred
sixième {adj} :: sixth
sixième {mf} :: sixth
sixièmement {adv} :: sixthly
sixième sens {m} :: sixth sense
sixte {f} [music] :: Interval of six notes
sixte {f} [fencing] :: sixte
sixte {m} [law] :: Sixth part of a tithe which belongs to a lord
SJ {prop} [sports] :: SJ (San Jose) abbreviation of San Jose (a city in California)
SK {prop} :: abbreviation of Saskatchewan, a province of Canada
skaï {m} :: leatherette, imitation leather
skate {m} :: a skateboard
skateboard {m} [uncountable] :: skateboarding
skateboard {m} [countable] :: skateboard
skatepark {m} :: skatepark
skater {v} :: to skateboard
skateur {m} :: skater, ice skater (person who skates)
skateuse {f} :: feminine noun of skateur
skeleton {m} :: skeleton (winter sport)
skeletoneur {m} :: skeletoneer; skeleton racer (someone who competes in the skeleton event)
skeletoneuse {f} :: feminine noun of skeletoneur
sketch {m} :: sketch, skit (short comic work)
ski {m} [countable] :: ski
ski {m} [uncountable] :: skiing (sport)
skiable {adj} :: skiable
ski acrobatique {m} :: freestlye skiing
ski alpin {m} :: alpine skiing
ski attelé {m} :: skijoring
ski ballet {m} :: ski ballet; alternate form of ballet à ski
ski de fond {m} [skiing] :: cross-country skiing
skidoo {m} [Canada] :: a snowmobile
Skidoo {f} :: a snowmobile
skidpad {m} :: skidpad
skier {v} :: to ski
skieur {m} :: skier (someone who skis)
skieuse {f} :: skier
skijoring {m} :: synonym of ski attelé (skijoring)
ski nautique {m} :: water skiing (water sport)
ski nordique {m} :: Nordic skiing
ski para-alpin {m} :: para alpine skiing
ski para nordique {m} :: alternate form of ski para-nordique
ski para-nordique {m} [skiing] :: para nordic skiing; A parasport (parasport), an adapted version of nordic skiing (ski nordique)
ski paranordique {m} :: alternate form of ski para-nordique
skipper {m} :: skipper
skipper {v} :: to skipper
skippeur {m} [nautical] :: skipper (captain of a boat)
Skopje {prop} :: Skopje, capital of Macedonia
skua {m} :: great skua
skunks {m} :: skunk
slackline {f} :: slackline
slackline {f} :: slacklining
slalom {m} [sports] :: slalom (event in skiing, kayaking or other sports)
slalomer {v} :: to slalom
slalomeur {m} [skiing] :: slalomer, slalomist
slalomeuse {f} :: feminine noun of slalomeur
slam {m} :: poetry slam
slang {m} :: English slang
slave {adj} :: Slav, Slavic
slave {m} :: Slavic language
Slave {mf} :: Slav
slavisant {adj} :: having Slavic characteristics
slavisant {adj} :: studying Slavic languages
slavisant {m} :: linguist specialized in Slavic languages
slaviser {v} :: to make Slavic or more Slavic
slavisme {m} [uncountable] :: cultural movement supporting the affirmation of Slav identity
slavisme {m} :: idiom coming from a Slavic language
slaviste {mf} :: Slavist, linguist specialized in Slavic languages
slavon {adj} :: Related to Slavonia
slavon {adj} :: Related to Slavonic
slavon {m} :: Slavonic
Slavonie {prop} {f} :: Slavonia (geographical region and a former kingdom in eastern Croatia)
slavophile {adj} :: liking Slavic culture
slavophile {adj} :: related to Slavophilia
slavophile {m} :: Slavophile, member of an intellectual movement in 19th-century Russia
slavophilie {f} :: Slavophilia
slavophilisme {m} :: Slavophilia
sleeping {m} :: sleeping car
slibard {m} [slang] :: briefs, underpants, knickers
slicer {v} [sports] :: To slice the ball
slip {m} :: briefs (men's or women's underwear)
slogan {m} :: slogan
slogan {m} :: motto
sloughi {m} :: Moroccan greyhound
slovaque {m} :: Slovak, Slovakian, the Slovakian language
slovaque {adj} :: Slovak, Slovakian
Slovaque {mf} :: Slovak (person from Slovakia)
Slovaquie {prop} {f} :: Slovakia
slovène {m} :: Slovenian, the Slovenian language
slovène {adj} :: Slovenian
Slovène {mf} :: Slovene, someone from Slovenia
Slovénie {prop} {f} :: Slovenia
slow {m} :: slow waltz
SLR {initialism} :: LR; initialism of système léger sur rail or système léger sur rails (light rail system)
slt {interj} [Internet slang, texting, abbreviation] :: contraction of salut
s'lut {interj} [very, colloquial] :: alternative form of salut
S. M. {abbr} :: Sa Majesté - His Majesty or Her Majesty
S. M. {abbr} :: Scientiæ Magister, an academic degree offered by Harvard University and MIT. These degree abbreviations appear to be backwards because they follow the tradition of Latin degree names
smala {f} [North Africa] :: tribe, entourage (of chieftain)
smala {f} :: entourage, posse; extended family
smalah {f} :: alternative spelling of smala
smartphone {m} :: smartphone
smash {m} [tennis] :: smash
smasher {v} [tennis] :: to smash
sma't {adj} [Louisiana French, Cajun French, ] :: smart
smectique {adj} :: smectic
smectite {f} [mineral] :: smectite
smegma {m} :: smegma
S. M. I. {abbr} :: Sa Majesté impériale - His Imperial Majesty or Her Imperial Majesty
smic {m} :: alternative spelling of SMIC
SMIC {m} :: the minimum wage in France
smicard {m} :: employee who earns the minimum wage in France
smicarde {f} :: feminine noun of smicard
smiley {m} :: smiley (logo of smiling face)
Smith {prop} :: surname
smithsonite {f} [mineral] :: smithsonite
smoked meat {m} [Quebec] :: Montreal-style smoked meat (a spiced salt and smoke cured meat made from a brisket cut of beef)
smoked meat {m} :: A sandwich made with sliced smoked meat on rye bread with mustard
smoke meat {m} :: alternative form of smoked meat
smoking {m} :: tuxedo, dinner jacket
SMS {m} :: SMS, text, text message
smurf {m} :: a sort of breakdancing
smurfer {v} :: to breakdance
SN {m} [military, nautical] :: SSN (nuclear-powered submarine); abbreviation of sous-marin nucléaire
SNA {m} [military, nautical] :: an SSN / SSKN / SSAN (nuclear-powered attack submarine); abbreviation of sous-marin nucléaire d'attaque
snack {m} :: snack bar
snack-bar {m} :: snack bar
snacker {v} :: To cook rapidly in a very hot pan, or with a kitchen torch (often leaving the middle uncooked)
SNCF {prop} {f} [initialism] :: [rail transport] Société nationale des chemins de fer français, the national railway company of France
sniffer {v} :: to consume a drug via the nose
sniper {m} :: sniper (person, weapon)
SNLE {m} [military, nautical] :: an SSBN (nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine); abbreviation of sous-marin nucléaire lanceur d'engins
snob {adj} :: snobbish, snobby
snob {mf} :: snob
snober {vt} :: to snub, high-hat, disregard someone
snober {vt} :: to refuse, ignore, disdain a favor, an honor
snobinard {adj} [pejorative] :: snobby, snobbish
snobinard {m} [pejorative] :: a snob
snobinarde {f} :: feminine noun of snobinard
snobisme {m} :: snobbishness
snobissime {adj} :: very snobbish
SNOF {prop} :: Syndicat National des Ophtalmologistes de France
snooker {m} :: snooker
snowboard {m} :: snowboarding (sport)
snowboard {m} :: snowboard (board)
snowboardeur {m} :: snowboarder
snowboardeuse {f} :: feminine noun of snowboardeur
SO {initialism} :: initialism of sud-ouest; SW
soap {m} :: soap opera, soap
sobre {adj} :: sober (teetotal)
sobre {adj} :: sober (dull, unexciting)
sobre {adj} :: modest
sobre comme un chameau {adj} [simile] :: always sober; abstemious
sobrement {adv} :: soberly
sobriété {f} :: reservedness
sobriété {f} :: moderation
sobriquet {m} :: nickname
soc {m} :: plowshare
soc {m} [butchery] :: Boston butt
soccer {m} [Canada, Quebec, Louisiana French] :: soccer (association football)
s'occuper de {v} :: to take an interest in
s'occuper de {v} :: to deal with, to concern oneself with
s'occuper de {v} :: to look after
s'occuper de {v} :: to get involved with
s'occuper de ses affaires {v} [colloquial] :: to mind one's own business
s'occuper de ses fesses {v} [very colloquial] :: to mind one's own business
s'occuper de ses oignons {v} [colloquial] :: to mind one's own business
sochalien {adj} :: of or from Sochaux
Sochalien {m} :: Someone from Sochaux
Sochalienne {f} :: feminine noun of Sochalien
sociabilité {f} :: sociability (the skill, tendency or property of being sociable or social)
sociable {adj} :: sociable
sociablement {adv} :: sociably
social {adj} :: social, related to society, community
social {adj} :: social, living in society
social {adj} :: mundane, related to social life
social {m} :: action intended to make society work better
social-démocrate {adj} :: social democratic
social-démocrate {m} :: social democrat
socialement {adv} :: socially
socialisant {adj} :: tending towards socialism; socialist
socialisation {f} :: socialization
socialiser {v} :: to socialize
socialiser {v} [obsolete] :: to nationalize
socialiser {v} :: to make or become socialist
socialisme {m} :: socialism
socialisme démocratique {m} :: democratic socialism
socialiste {mf} :: socialist
socialiste {adj} :: socialist
socialité {f} :: sociality
socialo {adj} [familiar] :: socialist
socialo {mf} [familiar] :: socialist
sociétaire {adj} :: related to corporations (société commerciale)
sociétaire {adj} :: related to an association
sociétaire {mf} :: fellow, member of an association or society
sociétairement {adv} :: With regard to an association or corporation
sociétal {adj} :: societal
société {f} :: society
société {f} :: company
société à maison {f} :: house society
société anonyme {f} :: A type of corporation in countries that mostly employ civil law, roughly equivalent to a public limited company in common-law jurisdictions
Société Anonyme {f} :: A special type of limited liability company in France and other countries
société de l’information {f} [sociology] :: information society
Société des Nations {prop} {f} :: League of Nations
Socinien {m} :: Socinian (a member of a certain nontrinitarian Christian denomination)
socio {m} :: partner, associate
socioculturel {adj} :: sociocultural
sociodicée {f} :: A justification of society being organized the way it is; a sociodicy
sociodramatique {adj} :: sociodramatic
socio-économique {adj} :: socio-economic
socioéconomique {adj} :: alternative form of socio-économique
socioéconomiquement {adv} :: socioeconomically
sociographie {f} :: sociography
sociolecte {m} :: sociolect
sociolinguistique {adj} :: sociolinguistic
sociologie {f} :: sociology
sociologique {adj} :: sociological
sociologiquement {adv} :: sociologically
sociologisme {m} :: sociologism
sociologue {mf} :: sociologist
sociométrie {f} :: sociometry (study of social interactions)
sociopolitique {adj} :: sociopolitical
socioprofessionnel {adj} :: socioprofessional
sociotechnique {adj} :: sociotechnical
sociotechnique {f} :: sociotechnology
socle {m} :: plinth, pedestal, socle
socle {m} :: basis, foundation, core idea
socle {m} [geology] :: basement (mass of rock underlying sedimentary cover)
socque {m} :: clog
socquette {f} :: ankle sock
Socrate {prop} {m} :: Socrates (Greek philosopher)
socratique {adj} :: Socratic
socratiquement {adv} :: Socratically
socratiser {v} :: To sodomise
soda {m} :: soda [any carbonated drink]
soda à pâte {m} :: baking soda
soda club {m} :: club soda
soda-gateau {m} [Louisiana French, ] :: baking soda
sodalité {f} :: sodality
soda mousse {m} :: cream soda (vanilla soda)
soda tonique {m} :: tonic water
sodé {adj} :: soda (attributive)
sodique {adj} [chemistry] :: sodium or soda (attributive)
sodium {m} :: sodium
sodocalcique {adj} :: soda-lime (attributive)
Sodome {prop} {f} :: Sodom
sodomie {f} :: anal sex, sodomy
sodomisation {f} :: sodomization (act of sodomizing)
sodomiser {v} :: to sodomise
sodomiste {mf} :: sodomist
soeur {f} :: nonstandard spelling of sœur
sœur {f} :: sister
sœur {f} [Christianity] :: nun
soeurette {f} :: nonstandard spelling of sœurette
sœurette {f} :: little sister; sis
sofa {m} :: couch; sofa
soffite {m} [architecture] :: soffit (visible underside of an arch, balcony, beam, cornice, staircase, vault or any other architectural element)
Sofi {m} :: Sophy (title of a Safavid dynasty shah)
Sofia {prop} :: Sofia (city)
soft {m} [sexuality] :: soft porn
soft {m} [computing, uncountable] :: Software
soft {m} [computing, countable] :: A piece of software
soft {adj} :: softcore (pornography)
soi {pron} :: one
soi {pron} :: oneself
soi {pron} [dated] :: himself, herself, itself
soi-disant {adj} :: self-proclaimed
soi-disant {adj} :: so-called, supposed (so named)
soi-disant {adv} :: supposedly
soie {f} :: silk
soie {f} :: bristle
soie {f} :: tang (of a blade)
soie dentaire {f} :: [Canada] dental floss
soierie {f} :: silk trade; silk factory
soif {f} :: thirst
soignable {adj} :: treatable (chiefly of a medical complaint: able to be treated)
soignant {m} :: caregiver
soigné {adj} :: immaculate (of clothes, etc.); well-manicured (nails)
soigné {adj} :: carefully made, well produced
soigné {adj} :: meticulous (of work, etc.)
soigner {v} :: to treat; to nurse
soigner {v} :: to look after, to take care of
soigneur {m} [cycling] :: soigneur
soigneur {m} [soccer, rugby] :: trainer, physiotherapist
soigneusement {adv} :: carefully (with care)
soigneux {adj} :: careful; meticulous
Soileau {prop} :: surname
soi-même {pron} [emphatic] :: oneself
soin {m} :: care
soir {m} :: evening
soirée {f} :: evening
soirée {f} :: evening activity
soirée pyjama {f} :: slumber party, sleepover
soit {conj} :: or, meaning, that is to say
soit {conj} :: either ... or
soit {interj} :: OK; granted; so be it
soit dit en passant {adv} :: incidentally, by the way
soixantaine {f} :: About sixty
soixante {m} :: sixty
soixante {num} :: sixty
soixante-cinq {num} :: sixty-five
soixante-deux {num} :: sixty-two
soixante-dix {num} :: seventy
soixante-dix-huit {num} :: seventy-eight
soixante-dixième {adj} :: seventieth
soixante-dix-neuf {num} :: seventy-nine
soixante-dix-sept {num} :: seventy-seven
soixante-douze {num} :: seventy-two
soixante-et-onze {num} :: seventy-one
soixante et un {num} :: sixty-one
soixante-et-un {m} :: sixty-one
soixante-huit {num} :: sixty-eight
soixante-huitard {m} [colloquial] :: soixante-huitard
soixante-neuf {num} :: sixty-nine
soixante-neuf {m} :: sixty-nine (sex position)
soixante-quatorze {num} :: seventy-four
soixante-quatre {num} :: sixty-four
soixante-quinze {num} :: seventy-five
soixante-seize {num} :: seventy-six
soixante-sept {num} :: sixty-seven
soixante-six {num} :: sixty-six
soixante-treize {num} :: seventy-three
soixante-trois {num} :: sixty-three
soixantième {adj} :: sixtieth
soixantième {mf} :: sixtieth
soja {m} :: soy (sauce)
soja {m} :: soy (plant)
sol {m} :: soil, earth
sol {m} :: ground
sol {m} :: floor
sol {m} [music] :: sol, the fifth step (G) in the solfège scale of C, preceded by fa and followed by la
sol {m} :: A Spanish-American gold or silver coin, now the main currency unit of Peru (also new sol), or a coin of this value
sol {m} [archaic] :: sou, the feudal era coin
solaire {adj} [astronomy] :: solar (relative to the sun)
solanacée {f} :: Any plant of the family Solanaceae
solanée {f} :: nightshade or any other member of the order Solanaceae
Solange {prop} :: given name
solarimètre {m} :: solarimeter
solariser {vt} :: to solarize
solarium {m} :: solarium
solarium {m} [metonymy] :: sunbed, tanning bed
soldanelle {f} :: snowbell, any plant of the genus Soldanella
soldat {m} :: soldier
soldate {f} :: private (unranked soldier) (female)
soldatesque {adj} [pejorative] :: soldierly, soldierlike
soldatesque {f} :: rabble (of soldiers)
solde {m} [finance] :: balance (list of credits and debits)
solde {m} :: sale (discount period in e.g. a shop)
solde {f} :: pay of a soldier or other military person
solder {v} :: to close (a deal)
solder {v} [finance] :: to settle, to pay off (debt)
solder {v} :: to sell at sales, to have a sale
solder {vr} [~ par] :: to end up (in), to result (in)
soldeur {m} :: discounter
soldeuse {f} :: feminine noun of soldeur
sole {f} :: sole (fish)
sole {f} :: sole, the bottom of a hoof
sole {f} :: sole, a piece of timber, a joist
sole {f} :: a piece of land devoted to crop rotation
soléaire {m} [anatomy] :: soleus
solécisme {m} :: solecism, solœcism
soleil {m} :: sun (star)
Soleil {prop} {m} :: the Sun
soleil de minuit {m} :: midnight sun
Solène {prop} :: given name, variant of Solange
Solenn {prop} :: given name, variant of Solange
Solenne {prop} :: given name, variant of Solange
solennel {adj} :: solemn, formal; ceremonious
solennellement {adv} :: solemnly
solenniser {v} :: to solemnize
solennité {f} :: solemnity
solénoïde {m} :: solenoid
solfatare {f} :: fumarole
solfège {m} :: the art of singing using the sol-fa system
solfège {m} :: sol-fa, solfège
solfier {vit} :: to sing using the sol-fa system
solidaire {adj} :: solidary, showing solidarity (with)
solidaire {adj} :: interdependent
solidairement {adv} :: jointly, severally
solidariser {vt} :: To interlock or unify
solidariser {vr} :: To stand by someone
solidarité {f} :: solidarity
solide {adj} :: secure, solid, firm, substantial
solide {adj} :: stout
solide {adj} :: sterling
solide {m} :: solid
solidement {adv} :: firmly, solidly, securely
solidien {adj} :: solid (attributive)
solidification {f} :: solidification
solidifier {v} :: to solidify
solidisme {m} [historical, medicine] :: solidism
solidité {f} :: solidity, solidness
soliloque {m} :: soliloquy (act of a character speaking to himself)
solipède {m} :: soliped, solipede
solipsisme {m} :: solipsism
soliste {mf} :: soloist
solitaire {adj} :: solitaire, solitary [living alone or being by oneself]
solitairement {adv} :: solitarily
solitude {f} :: solitude
solive {f} :: balk, joist
soliveau {m} :: Small joist
soliveau {m} [colloquial] :: A man with no energy or authority
sollicitation {f} :: solicitation
solliciter {v} :: to solicit
solliciter {v} :: to attract (attention, interest)
solliciteur {m} :: solicitor (person who solicits favours, places etc)
solliciteuse {f} :: feminine noun of solliciteur
sollicitude {f} :: solicitude, concern
solo {m} [music] :: solo
solœcisme {m} :: alternative form of solécisme
solstice {m} [astronomy] :: solstice
solstice d'été {m} :: summer solstice
solstice d'hiver {m} :: winter solstice
solsticial {adj} [astronomy] :: solstitial
solubilisation {f} :: solubilization
solubilisé {adj} :: solubilized
solubiliser {vt} [chemistry] :: to solubilize
solubilité {f} :: solubility
soluble {adj} :: soluble
soluté {m} :: solute
solution {f} :: solution
solution {f} :: liquid mix
solution finale {f} [historical] :: final solution
solutionner {v} [often, proscribed] :: to solve
solutionnisme {m} :: solutionism
solutionniste {mf} :: solutionist
solutionniste {adj} :: solutionist
solution physiologique {f} :: saline solution
solutréen {adj} :: Solutrean
solvabilisation {f} :: solvency (availability of money)
solvabilité {f} :: solvency
solvable {adj} :: solvent
solvant {m} :: solvent
solvatation {f} [chemistry] :: solvation
solvaté {adj} [chemistry] :: solvated
solvater {v} [chemistry] :: to solvate
solvolyse {f} [chemistry] :: solvolysis
somali {adj} :: Somali
somali {prop} {m} :: Somali (language)
Somalie {prop} {f} :: Somalia
somalien {adj} :: Somalian
somalien {m} :: Somalian, Somalian language
Somalien {m} :: Somalian (someone from Somalia)
Somalienne {f} :: feminine noun of Somalien
somatique {adj} :: somatic
somatiser {v} :: to somatize, to have a psychosomatic reaction to
somatogenèse {f} [biology] :: somatogenesis
somatopleure {m} :: somatopleure
sombre {adj} :: dark
sombrement {adv} :: darkly
sombrement {adv} :: somberly
sombrer {vi} [literary, of a vessel] :: to sink
sombrer {vi} [literary, figuratively] :: to sink (+dans; into)
sombrer {vi} [figuratively] :: to whittle away (disappear)
sombréro {m} :: sombrero (hat)
sometent {m} :: A civil defense organization of Andorra, made up of the heads of households
somite {m} [biology, entomology] :: somite
somitogenèse {f} :: somitogenesis
sommable {adj} :: Summable
sommaire {m} :: a summary
sommairement {adv} :: summarily
sommation {f} :: notice
sommation {f} [specifically] :: summons, court summons
sommation {f} [mathematics] :: summation (addition)
somme {f} :: sum; total
somme {m} :: nap; doze; quick sleep
Somme {prop} {f} :: Somme
sommeil {m} :: sleep
sommeiller {v} :: to doze, nap, sleep
sommelier {m} :: sommelier, wine steward (a person who is in charge of the wine cellar in a restaurant)
sommelier {m} [estate house] :: the person in charge of bread, linens, crockery, and liquor; the chief of table setting
sommelier {m} [obsolete] :: the person in charge of the wine convoy, its beasts of burden, and its protection
sommelière {f} :: feminine noun of sommelier
sommellerie {f} :: The profession or office of a sommelier
sommer {v} [mathematics] :: to sum up
sommer {v} :: to summon, to call
sommet {m} :: summit, peak
sommet {m} :: summit (a conference of leaders)
sommet {m} :: (graph theory) vertex, node
somme toute {adv} :: in conclusion, in sum, in short
sommier {adj} :: relating to or from Somme, the department of France
sommier {m} :: beast of burden
sommier {m} :: box spring
sommier {m} :: wind chest (part of an organ)
sommier {m} :: pin box (part of a piano)
Sommier {m} :: person from Somme, the department of France
Sommière {f} :: feminine noun of Sommier
sommité {f} :: luminary, visionary, expert
somnambulique {adj} :: somnambulistic
somnambuliquement {adv} :: somnambulistically
somnambulisme {m} :: somnambulism, sleepwalking
somnifère {adj} [medicine] :: sedative, provoking sleep
somnifère {m} :: sleeping pill
somnolence {f} :: sleepiness
somnolent {adj} :: drowsy (inclined to drowse)
somnoler {v} :: to slumber
somptuaire {adj} :: sumptuary
somptuaire {adj} :: extravagant
somptueusement {adv} :: lavishly, sumptuously
somptueux {adj} :: sumptuous
somptuosité {f} :: sumptuousness, magnificence
somptuosité {f} :: lavishness
son {m} :: sound
son {determiner} [possessive] :: His, her, its (used to qualify masculine nouns and before a vowel)
son {m} :: bran
sonagramme {m} :: sonogram
Son Altesse {prop} {f} :: His Highness, third person form of address for a high noble
Son Altesse {prop} {f} :: Her Highness, third person form of address for a high noble
Son Altesse royale {prop} {f} :: His Royal Highness, third person form of address for a high royal
Son Altesse royale {prop} {f} :: Her Royal Highness, third person form of address for a high royal
sonar {m} :: sonar
sonate {f} :: sonata
sonatine {f} :: sonatina
sondage {m} :: poll, survey
sondage {m} [medicine] :: probing, probe, catheterization
sondage {m} [technology] :: boring, drilling
sondage {m} [nautical, meteorology] :: sounding
sondagier {adj} :: public opinion survey (attributive)
sonde {f} [medicine] :: probe; sound
sonde {f} :: Any of various devices for testing physical conditions, often for remote or underwater locations
sonde {f} [astronomy] :: probe
sonde {f} :: sound (measurement to establish the depth of water)
sonder {vt} :: to probe (test with a probe)
sonder {vt} :: to probe (test the depth of something)
sonder {v} :: to sound (use sound waves to establish the depth)
sonder {vt} :: to probe (look carefully around)
sonder {vt} :: to probe (ask someone many questions, in order to find something out)
sonder {v} [meteorology] :: to survey and take measurements using a weather balloon
sonder {v} :: to survey (carry out a survey or poll)
sonder {vi} :: to dive down
sondeur {m} :: pollster
sondeur {m} [nautical] :: sounder, depth finder (masculine only)
sonde urinaire {f} :: urinary catheter
sondeuse {f} :: probe, drill
Sondrio {prop} :: Sondrio (province)
Sondrio {prop} :: Sondrio (town)
Son Excellence {prop} {f} :: His Excellency, third person form of address for a high dignitary
Son Excellence {prop} {f} :: Her Excellency, third person form of address for a high dignitary
songe {m} [literary] :: dream
songer {vi} [literary, with de] :: to dream
songer {vi} [with à] :: to think (about), consider (that)
songer {vi} :: to ponder, to imagine, to consider
songer {vt} [literary] :: to dream about
songer {vt} :: to be preoccupied by, with
songerie {f} :: dream, fantasy
songeur {m} :: dreamer
songeuse {f} :: feminine noun of songeur
songeusement {adv} :: dreamily
Sonia {prop} {f} :: given name
sonique {adj} :: sonic
sonnaille {f} :: cowbell
sonnant {adj} :: resonant
sonné {adj} :: groggy
sonné {adj} :: shattered
sonné {adj} [colloquial] :: nuts, barmy
sonner {v} :: to sound
sonner {v} :: to ring
sonner faux {v} [music, of an instrument] :: to be out of tune
sonner faux {v} [figuratively] :: to ring false, to ring hollow, to sound hollow, to sound false
sonnerie {f} :: ringing (sound of a bell)
sonnerie {f} :: alarm, alarm clock
sonnerie {f} :: ringtone
sonner le glas {v} [de] :: [figuratively] to be the death knell of, to be a death knell to, to sound the death knell for (something), to spell doom for (something), to spell the end of (something)
sonnet {m} :: sonnet
sonnette {f} :: (small) bell (for example, on a bicycle), handbell
sonnette {f} :: doorbell
sonnette {f} [technology] :: pile driver
sonneur {m} :: ringer (of bells etc)
sonneur {m} :: blower (of horns etc)
sonneuse {f} :: feminine noun of sonneur
sono {f} [music] :: sound system
sonochimie {f} [chemistry] :: sonochemistry
sonogramme {m} :: alternative form of sonagramme
sonore {adj} :: resonant, echoing
sonore {adj} :: resounding (slap, kiss etc.)
sonore {adj} :: sound(-)
sonore {adj} [phonetics] :: voiced
sonore {m} [journalism, television] :: soundbite
sonorement {adv} :: resoundingly
sonoriser {vt} [phonetics] :: to voice
sonoriser {vt} :: to install a sound system
sonorité {f} [music] :: sonority, tone
sonothèque {f} :: sound library
sonotone {m} :: synonym of audioprothèse
sonsorolais {m} :: Sonsorolese, the Sonsorolese language
sopalin {m} :: paper towel, kitchen towel
sopha {m} [dated] :: alternative form of sofa
Sophie {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate to English Sophia
Sophie {prop} {f} [geography, archaic] :: the capital city of Bulgaria
sophisme {m} :: sophism
sophiste {m} :: sophist
sophistication {f} :: sophistication
sophistique {adj} :: sophistical
sophistiqué {adj} :: sophisticated
sophistiquement {adv} :: sophistically
sophistiquer {v} :: to sophisticate
Sophocle {prop} {m} :: Sophocles (Greek dramatic poet)
Sophonie {prop} [bible] :: Zephaniah
sophrologie {f} :: sophrology
sophrologue {mf} :: sophrologist
soporatif {adj} :: soporific
soporifique {adj} :: soporific
soporifique {m} :: a soporific
soprano {m} :: soprano
sorabe {adj} :: Sorbian
sorabe {m} :: Sorbian (language)
sorbet {m} :: sorbet, sherbet
sorbetière {f} :: ice-cream freezer
sorbier {f} :: any tree of Sorbus, the whitebeam, rowan, service tree or mountain ash
sorbier des oiseleurs {f} :: rowan (tree)
sorbine {f} [carbohydrate] :: sorbin
sorbique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sorbic
sorbitol {m} [organic compound] :: sorbitol
Sorbon {prop} :: Sorbon; A commune in the Ardennes department of France
Sorbon {prop} :: Sorbon; surname, derived from the village
sorboniste {m} :: Sorbonist
Sorbonne {prop} :: Sorbonne
sorcellerie {f} :: sorcery, witchcraft
sorcier {m} :: sorcerer, magician, warlock
sorcière {f} :: witch
sordide {adj} :: sordid
sordide {adj} :: squalid
sordide {adj} :: sleazy
sordidement {adv} :: sordidly
sorélien {adj} :: Of or from Sorel-Moussel
Sorel-Moussel {prop} :: A village in the Eure-et-Loir department of Centre-Val de Loire
sorgho {m} :: sorghum
sorgo {m} :: alternative form of sorgho
Sorlingues {prop} {fp} :: Scilly Islands
sornette {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: twaddle
sororal {adj} [rare] :: sororal
sororalement {adv} :: sororally
sororel {adj} :: sororal
sororité {f} :: sisterhood (state of being sisters)
sorption {f} :: sorption
sort {m} :: fate, destiny (consequences or effects predetermined by past events or a divine will)
sort {m} :: lot (something used in determining a question by chance)
sort {m} :: spell (magical incantation)
sortable {adj} :: presentable
sortablement {adv} :: presentably
sortant {adj} :: outgoing
sortant {adj} :: incumbent, retiring
sorte {f} :: sort, kind, type
sorte {f} :: way, manner
sorti d'affaire {adj} :: out of the woods, in the clear, safe and sound
sortie {f} :: exit, way out
sortie {f} :: act of exiting
sortie {f} :: end; final part of
sortie {f} :: release (of a film, book, album etc)
sortie {f} :: (school) outing, trip (lasting no longer than a day)
sortie {f} [military] :: leave, sally, sortie
sortie {f} [electronics] :: output, connector
sortie de bain {f} :: bathrobe
sortie de route {f} :: A usually benign car accident were a car leaves the road without colliding with other vehicles
sortie de secours {f} :: emergency exit
sortilège {m} :: magic spell, sorcery, witchcraft
sortir {vi} :: to exit, go out, come out
sortir {vt} :: to take out, bring out
sortir {m} :: end, closing
sortir des sentiers battus {v} [figuratively] :: to go off the beaten track, to think outside the box
sortir du lot {v} [colloquial] :: to stand out from the crowd, to be better than others
sortir du placard {v} :: to come out of the closet, reveal one's homosexuality
sortir par les trous de nez {v} [à] :: [colloquial] to get up someone's nose, to exasperate
sortition {f} :: sortition
sosie {m} :: lookalike
Sospel {prop} :: A small town in the Alpes-Maritimes department of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
sospellois {adj} :: Of or from Sospel
Sosthène {prop} {m} :: Sosthenes
sot {adj} :: silly, foolish, stupid
sot {m} :: imbecile, fool
Sotchi {prop} :: Sochi, a city in Russia, that hosted the 2014 Winter Olympics
sotériologie {f} :: soteriology (study of salvation)
sotériologique {adj} :: soteriological
sotho {m} :: Sotho
sotho du Nord {m} :: Northern Sotho language
sot-l'y-laisse {m} :: oyster (delicate morsel of dark meat contained in a small cavity of the bone on each side of the lower part of the back of a fowl)
sotte {f} :: feminine noun of sot
sottement {adv} :: foolishly
sottise {f} :: stupidity, foolishness
sottisier {m} :: sottisier
sou- {prefix} :: alternative form of sous-
sou {m} [historical, numismatics] :: sou (old French coin)
sou {m} [by extension, chiefly in the plural, colloquial] :: money; cash
sou {m} [Quebec, Louisiana, colloquial] :: cent (one hundredth of a dollar)
souabe {adj} :: Swabian
souabe {m} :: Swabian (dialect)
Souabe {prop} {f} :: Swabia (historical region of Germany)
souahéli {m} [dated] :: alternative spelling of swahili
souahéli {adj} [dated] :: alternative spelling of swahili
soubassement {m} [architecture] :: base, underpinning
soubassophone {m} [musical instruments] :: sousaphone
soubresaut {m} :: jolt
soubresaut {m} :: blip
soubrette {f} [theater] :: maid (female servant (role) in a theatrical performance)
soubrette {f} :: maid (female servant)
souche {f} :: stump (of a tree)
souche {f} :: (viral) strain
souche {f} [by extension, linguistics] :: root
souche {f} [by extension, genealogy] :: origin
souche {f} [by extension, genetics] :: founder
souci {m} :: worry; concern
souci {m} :: Marigold (flower)
souciant {adj} :: worrying
soucier {vt} [dated] :: to worry
soucier {vr} [se soucier] :: to worry (experience or feel worry)
soucieusement {adv} :: worriedly
soucieusement {adv} :: nervously, hesitantly
soucieux {adj} :: worried
soucieux {adj} :: nervous, hesitant
soucoupe {f} :: saucer
soucoupe volante {f} :: flying saucer (disc-shaped unidentified flying object)
soudabilité {f} :: solderability, weldability
soudable {adj} :: solderable, weldable
soudage {m} :: welding
soudage {m} :: soldering
soudain {adj} :: sudden (happening quickly and with little or no warning)
soudain {adv} :: suddenly, all of a sudden
soudainement {adv} :: suddenly
soudaineté {f} :: suddenness
Soudan {prop} {m} :: Sudan
soudanais {adj} :: Sudanese
Soudanais {m} :: sudanese
Soudanaise {f} :: feminine singular of Soudanais
soudanien {adj} :: Sudanese
soudanophile {adj} [cytology] :: sudanophilic
soudard {m} [pejorative] :: battle-hardened, brutish, or roughneck soldier
soudard {m} [archaic] :: mercenary (person employed to fight in armed conflict)
soude {f} :: soda, lye, sodium hydroxide (NaOH)
soude {f} [dated] :: sodium (Na)
soude {f} :: sodium carbonate (Na₂CO₃)
soude {f} :: seepweed, sea blite, saltwort (plants, usually of the genus Suaeda, which produce sodium carbonate when burned)
soude {f} :: prickly saltwort (Kali turgidum)
soudé {adj} :: soldered
souder {v} :: to solder
soudeur {m} :: welder
soudeuse {f} :: welding machine
soudoyer {vt} :: to bribe
soudure {f} :: welding (process of welding)
soufflage {m} :: blowing
soufflage {m} :: glassblowing
souffle {m} :: blow (act of expeling air from the mouth)
souffle {m} :: blow (movement of wind)
soufflé {m} :: soufflé
souffler {v} :: to blow
souffler {v} :: to blow out
souffler {v} :: to whisper
souffler {v} [figuratively] :: to relax
soufflerie {f} :: wind tunnel
soufflerie {f} :: the bellows and other machinery that pumps air into an organ
soufflerie {f} [by extension] :: bellows
soufflerie {f} [by extension] :: Any apparatus that generates a stream of air
souffler le chaud et le froid {v} [figuratively] :: to blow hot and cold
soufflet {m} :: bellows
soufflet {m} [railway] :: vestibule
soufflet {m} :: gusset
soufflet {m} [archaic or literary] :: slap in the face
souffleter {v} :: to slap (across the face)
souffleur {m} :: blower; glassblower
souffleur {m} [theatre] :: prompter (person)
souffleur {m} :: blower (machine)
souffleur {m} :: blower (animal which blows out air through its blowhole)
souffleuse {f} :: snowblower
souffleuse {f} [theater] :: (female) prompter
souffleuse à neige {f} :: snowblower
souffrance {f} :: sufferance, pain
souffrant {adj} :: suffering
souffrant {adj} :: unwell, poorly
souffre-douleur {m} :: punchbag (person or animal used by someone to let out their anger)
souffreteux {adj} :: sickly (weak in health)
souffrir {vi} :: To suffer
souffrir {vt} :: To endure
soufi {m} :: Sufi
soufi {adj} :: Sufi
soufisme {m} [Islam] :: Sufism
souflaki {m} :: alternative spelling of souvlaki (Greek dish)
soufre {m} :: sulfur
soufré {adj} [chemistry] :: sulphurous
soufrer {v} :: to sulfate/sulphate
soufrière {f} :: sulfur mine
soufrière {f} :: solfatara
souhait {m} :: wish (desire; aspiration)
souhaitable {adj} :: desirable
souhaitablement {adv} :: desirably
souhaiter {v} :: to wish (for); to hope (for)
souillarde {f} :: scullery
souillé {adj} :: dirty, sullied, fouled
souiller {vt} :: to soil, sully, dirty
souiller {vt} :: to make unclean or impure; defile, profane
souiller {vt} [figuratively] :: to blacken, besmirch, defile
souillure {f} :: stain, taint, blemish
souk {m} :: souq (Arabic market)
souk {m} [figurative, colloquial] :: mess, chaos
soukoun {mf} :: sukun
soukous {m} [music] :: soukous
soul {adj} :: drunk
soul {f} :: soul, soul music
soûl {adj} :: alternative spelling of soul
soulagement {m} :: relief (removal of stress or discomfort)
soulager {vt} :: to relieve, soothe
soulager {vr} :: to make oneself feel better, find relief
soulager {vr} [colloquial] :: to relieve oneself
soulagien {adj} :: Soulagean (Pertaining to Soulages or his works)
soulard {m} :: alternative spelling of soûlard
soûlard {m} [pejorative] :: drunk; drunkard; toper
soularde {f} :: feminine noun of soulard
soûlarde {f} :: feminine noun of soûlard
soulas {m} [obsolete] :: solace
souler {vt} :: to get (someone) drunk, to inebriate
souler {vt} [literary] :: to fill up as if with food
souler {vt} :: to confuse or extenuate with an unending flow of something
souler {vt} [figuratively] :: to intoxicate or overexcite
souler {vr} :: to get drunk, to inebriate one's self
souler {vr} :: to consume excessively of something; to gorge oneself on something
souler {vt} [slang] :: to exasperate
soûler {v} :: alternative spelling of souler
soulerie {f} :: alternative form of soûlerie
soûlerie {f} :: bender (drunken binge)
souleur {f} [archaic, literary] :: pang of anxiety; fright, start
soulevant {adj} :: rousing
soulèvement {m} :: the act of raising, the act of lifting up
soulèvement {m} :: revolt, uprising
soulever {v} :: to raise, to lift up, to pick up
soulever {v} :: to stir up (emotions), to rouse (interest)
soulever {vr} :: to revolt, to rise up (against)
soulier {m} :: shoe, boot (protective covering for the foot)
soulignement {m} :: underlining
souligner {v} :: to underline (draw a line under)
souligner {v} :: to highlight (put emphasis on)
soûlographie {f} :: drunkenness
souloir {v} [obsolete] :: To be in the habit of
soulte {f} [law] :: A payment made to balance an account
soumbala {m} :: sumbala
soumettre {v} :: to submit
soumis {adj} :: controlled; tamed; submissive
soumis {m} :: submitter
soumis {m} [BDSM] :: masochist, bottom
soumission {f} :: submission (act of submitting)
soumission {f} :: submission (something which is submitted)
soumission {f} [combat sports] :: submission
soumissionner {vt} :: to tender, bid (for)
soundanais {m} :: Sundanese (language)
soupape {f} :: valve
soupape {f} :: outlet, overflow
soupape de sécurité {f} :: safety valve, pressure valve
soupçon {m} :: suspicion; mistrust
soupçon {m} :: a hint, a tad, a little bit (of something)
soupçonnable {adj} :: suspicious (worthy of suspicion)
soupçonner {v} :: to suspect (have a suspicion)
soupçonneusement {adv} :: suspiciously
soupçonneux {adj} :: suspicious (tending to suspect)
soupe {f} :: soup
soupe au lait {adj} [colloquial] :: quick-tempered; huffy, thin-skinned
soupente {f} :: loft, attic
soupe populaire {f} :: soup kitchen (place set up to provide basic food as a charity or in time of disaster)
souper {m} [Switzerland, Belgium, Quebec, Louisiana French] :: dinner (the main evening meal)
souper {m} [France] :: a light meal eaten at night, after the main evening meal
souper {v} :: to dine
soupeser {v} :: to heft, feel the weight of
soupeser {v} [figuratively] :: to weigh up (options etc.)
soupeur {m} :: diner (person who dines)
soupeuse {f} :: feminine noun of soupeur
soupière {f} :: tureen (broad deep serving dish for soup or stew)
soupion {m} :: baby octopus (when cooked as food)
soupir {m} :: sigh
soupir {m} [music] :: quarter note rest
soupirail {m} :: spiracle
soupirant {m} :: suitor, wooer
soupirer {v} :: to sigh
souple {adj} :: supple
souple {adj} :: yielding
souplement {adv} :: supplely
souplement {adv} :: yieldingly
souplesse {f} :: suppleness
soupoudrer {vt} :: alternative form of saupoudrer
souquer {vt} [nautical] :: to heave (pull hard on a rope, oars, etc.)
sour {adj} :: eye dialect of sûr
sour {prep} :: eye dialect of sur
sourate {f} :: sura
source {f} :: source, spring (of water)
sourcé {adj} :: sourced
sourcer {v} :: To source (provide a source for)
sourcer {v} [rare] :: to emerge, to spring
sourcier {m} :: dowser, water diviner
sourcière {f} :: feminine noun of sourcier
sourcil {m} :: eyebrow
sourcilier {adj} :: eyebrow (attributive)
sourciller {vi} :: to frown
sourcilleusement {adv} :: fussily
sourcilleux {adj} :: fussy, finicky
sourcilleux {adj} :: beetle-browed
sourd {adj} :: deaf (person, animal)
sourd {adj} :: muffled (sound)
sourd {adj} [phonetics] :: unvoiced, voiceless
sourd {m} :: deaf person
sourd comme un pot {adj} [simile] :: stone deaf, deaf as a doorpost, deaf as a post
sourdement {adv} :: silently
sourdement {adv} :: secretly
sourdine {f} :: mute (something that reduces the emitted sound)
sourdine {f} [music] :: mute
sourdingue {adj} [colloquial] :: completely deaf
sourd-muet {adj} :: deaf-mute
sourd-muet {m} :: deaf-mute
sourdre {vi} [formal] :: to well up
souriamment {adv} :: smilingly
souriant {adj} :: smiling (tending to smile a lot)
souriceau {m} :: young mouse
souricière {f} :: mousetrap
souricière {f} [figuratively] :: trap
sourire {m} :: smile
sourire {v} :: to smile
souris {f} :: mouse (rodent)
souris {f} [computing] :: computer mouse
souris {f} :: A part of a leg of lamb
souris chaude {f} [Louisiana French, ] :: bat
sournois {adj} :: sly, underhand
sournoisement {adv} :: slyly
sournoiserie {f} :: underhandedness, slyness
sous- {prefix} :: sub-; under-
sous {prep} :: below, under
sous-alimenter {v} :: to underfeed
sous-bock {m} :: beermat
sous-bois {m} :: underbrush (small trees)
sous-chapitre {m} :: subchapter
sous-chef {m} :: second-in-command; right-hand-man
sous-classable {adj} [object-oriented] :: subclassable
sous-classe {f} [object-oriented] :: subclass
sous-classer {v} [computing] :: to subclass
sous-comité {m} :: subcommittee
sous-continent {m} :: subcontinent (large landmass)
sous-couche {f} :: undercoat, primer
sous-couche {f} [geology] :: sublayer
sous-couche {f} [chemistry] :: subshell
souscripteur {m} :: subscriber
souscripteur {m} :: underwriter
souscription {f} :: subscription
souscriptrice {f} :: feminine noun of souscripteur
souscrire {v} :: to subscribe (all meanings)
sous-dosage {m} :: underdose
sous-doser {v} :: to underdose
sous-entendre {v} :: to imply
sous-entendu {adj} :: implied
sous-entendu {m} :: insinuation, implication, innuendo
sous-entente {f} :: implication
sous-espèce {f} :: subspecies
sous-estimer {v} :: to underestimate
sous-exposer {v} :: to underexpose
sous-famille {f} :: subfamily
sous-fifre {m} [pejorative] :: underling, henchman, minion
sous-genre {m} [taxonomy] :: subgenus
sous-groupe {m} :: subgroup
sous-jacent {adj} :: underlying
sous la main {adv} :: at hand, on hand, to hand
sous les yeux de {prep} :: in front of (someone), in full view of (someone), right before someone's eyes
souslic {m} :: suslik
sous-louer {v} :: to sublet
sous-main {m} :: A desk blotter
sous-marin {m} :: submarine (undersea boat)
sous-marin {m} [Quebec] :: submarine (sandwich)
sous-marin {adj} :: underwater; submarine
sous-marinier {m} :: submariner (member of the crew of a submarine)
sous-méthode {f} [object-oriented] :: submethod
sous-off {m} [colloquial] :: non-com
sous-officier {m} :: NCO
sousorbitaire {adj} :: infraorbital
sous-package {m} [object-oriented] :: subpackage
sous-page {f} :: subpage
sous-payé {adj} :: underpaid
sous peine de {prep} :: or else, otherwise
sous peu {adv} :: soon, in a moment
sous-pied {m} :: strap, understrap
sous-produit {m} :: by-product (side effect)
sous-requête {f} [databases] :: subquery
sous-réseau {m} [networking] :: subnet
sous-section {f} :: subsection
soussigné {adj} :: undersigned
sous-sol {m} [agriculture] :: subsoil
sous-sol {m} :: basement; cellar
sous-système {m} :: subsystem
sous-tendre {vt} :: to underlie; to form the basis of
sous-tendre {v} [geometry] :: to subtend
sous-titrage {m} :: subtitling
sous-titre {m} :: subtitle
sous-titré {adj} :: subtitled
sous-titrer {v} :: To subtitle
sous-total {m} :: subtotal
soustractif {adj} [maths] :: subtractive
soustraction {f} [mathematics] :: subtraction
soustraire {v} :: to subtract (to remove or reduce)
soustraire {v} [mathematics] :: to subtract
soustraire {vr} :: to avoid, to escape (from)
soustrait {adj} :: subtracted
sous-traitance {f} :: the service provided by subcontracting
sous-traitant {m} :: subcontractor
sous-traiter {v} :: to subcontract
sous-utilisation {f} :: underuse (the act of using (something) less than expected)
sousveillance {f} :: sousveillance
sous-verre {mf} :: (beverage) coaster, mat, beer mat
sous-vêtement {m} :: undergarment, piece of underwear
soutadaire {m} [Louisiana French, Cajun French] :: a saddle
soutadère {m} [Louisiana French, Cajun French] :: alternative form of soutadaire saddle
soutane {f} :: cassock
soutane {f} :: soutane
soute {f} :: hold (of a boat, plane etc.)
soutenabilité {f} :: sustainability (ability ot sustain something)
soutenable {adj} :: bearable
soutenable {adj} :: tenable
soutenablement {adv} :: bearably
soutenablement {adv} :: tenably
soutenance {f} :: viva voce (for a doctorate)
soutènement {m} :: support
souteneur {m} :: pimp, souteneur
soutenir {v} :: to support
soutenir {v} :: to keep up
soutenir {v} [used with que] :: to maintain (that)
soutenu {adj} [of language] :: high-register; formal
souterrain {adj} :: underground
souterrain {m} :: underground passage, tunnel
souterrainement {adv} :: subterraneously
soutien {m} :: support (physical)
soutien {m} :: support (psychological/emotional)
soutien-gorge {m} :: bra
soutif {m} [colloquial] :: bra
soutirage {m} :: racking (of wine or beer)
soutirer {vt} :: to rack [beer or wine]
souvenir {vr} [with de] :: to remember
souvenir {m} :: memory (mental picture)
souvenir {m} :: souvenir
souvent {adv} :: often
souventefois {adv} [archaic] :: often, frequently
souverain {adj} :: sovereign
souverain {m} :: sovereign
souverainement {adv} :: thoroughly, royally, totally, intensely, utterly (extremely)
souverainement {adv} :: sovereignly
souveraineté {f} :: sovereignty
souverainisme {m} :: sovereignism
souverainiste {mf} [politics] :: sovereigntist
souverainiste {adj} [politics] :: sovereigntist
souveraintiste {mf} :: alternative spelling of souverainiste
souvlaki {m} :: souvlaki (Greek dish)
soviétique {adj} :: Soviet
Soviétique {mf} :: Soviet (citizen of the Soviet Union)
soviétisation {f} :: Sovietization
soviétiser {vt} :: to Sovietize
soviétologie {f} :: Sovietology
soviétologue {mf} :: Sovietologist, Kremlinologist
sovkhoze {m} :: sovkhoz, state farm in Soviet Russia
soyeux {adj} :: silky
spacieusement {adv} :: spaciously
spacieux {adj} :: spacious
spaciosité {f} :: spaciousness
spadassin {m} :: spadassin
spadassin {m} :: hitman
spaghetti {m} [usually, plural] :: spaghetti
spaghetti {m} :: strand of spaghetti
spaghettifié {adj} :: spaghettified
spaghettifier {v} [physics] :: To spaghettify
spaghettis {mp} :: spaghetti
spahi {m} :: A spahi
spalière {f} :: alternative form of spallière
spallation {f} [nuclear physics] :: spallation
spallière {f} :: spaulder
spam {m} :: spam (meat)
spam {m} [computing, Internet] :: spam
spamdexing {m} [Internet] :: spamdexing
spammer {m} [computing, internet] :: Someone who sends spam, a spammer
spammer {v} [computing, internet] :: To spam
spammeur {m} :: spammer (one who sends spam material)
spammeuse {f} :: feminine noun of spammeur
sparadrap {m} :: bandage
spare {m} :: A fish of the superorder Acanthopterygii
spare {m} [bowling] :: a spare
spargose {f} [anatomy] :: spargosis
sparnacien {adj} [geology] :: Sparnacian
sparnacien {adj} :: Of or from Épernay
spartakisme {m} :: Spartacism
spartakiste {adj} :: Spartacist
spartakiste {mf} :: Spartacist
Sparte {prop} :: Sparta (ancient city-state in southern Greece)
spartiate {adj} :: Spartan
sparticule {f} [physics] :: sparticle
spartier {m} :: Spanish broom or similar plant of the genus Spartium
spasme {m} :: spasm
spasmodique {adj} :: spasmodic
spasmodiquement {adv} :: spasmodically
spasmolytique {adj} :: spasmolytic
spasmophile {adj} :: spasmophilic
spasmophile {mf} :: spasmophile
spasmophilie {f} :: spasmophilia
spasmophilique {adj} :: spasmophilic
spasticité {f} :: spasticity
spastique {adj} [pathology] :: Spastic; of, relating to, or affected by spasm or spastic paralysis
spath {m} [mineralogy] :: spar
spathacé {adj} :: spathaceous
spathe {f} [botany] :: spathe
spathifier {vt} [mineralogy] :: to turn into spar
spathique {adj} :: spathic
spatial {adj} :: spatial
spatialement {adv} :: spatially
spatialisation {f} :: spatialization
spatialisé {adj} :: spatialized
spatialité {f} :: spatiality
spatialité {f} :: spaciousness
spationaute {mf} :: spationaut, astronaut
spatiotemporel {adj} :: spatiotemporal
spatule {f} :: spatula (kitchen utensil)
spatule {f} [colloquial] :: ski
SPCUM {prop} {m} [law enforcement] :: Service de police de la Communauté urbaine de Montréal - SPCUM - the MUC police service, replaced by the SPVM
speaker {m} :: announcer
speaker {m} :: speaker (in parliament)
speakerin {m} :: TV male speaker
speakerine {f} :: TV female speaker
spécial {adj} :: special
spécialement {adv} :: especially, specially
spécialisation {f} :: specialisation
spécialiser {vt} :: to specialize, to assign a specialized task or property to something
spécialiser {vp} [se spécialiser, ~ dans] :: to specialize
spécialiste {mf} :: specialist
spécialité {f} :: speciality
spéciation {f} [biology] :: speciation
spécier {v} [biology] :: To speciate
spécieusement {adv} :: speciously
spécieux {adj} :: specious
spécification {f} :: specification
spécificité {f} :: specificity
spécifié {adj} :: specified
spécifier {v} :: to specify
spécifique {adj} :: specific
spécifique {m} :: a specific, a remedy for a particular disorder
spécifiquement {adv} :: specifically
spécimen {m} :: specimen
spéciste {adj} :: speciesist
spectacle {m} :: a show, a spectacle, a performance, a concert
spectacle {m} :: a sight, a showing, a display
spectaculaire {adj} :: spectacular
spectaculairement {adv} :: spectacularly, dramatically
spectateur {m} :: viewer
spectatrice {f} :: viewer, spectator
spectral {adj} :: spectral
spectralement {adv} :: spectrally
spectre {m} :: ghost, specter
spectre {m} :: spectrum
spectrographe {m} :: spectrograph
spectrographie {f} :: spectrography
spectromètre {m} :: spectrometer
spectrométrie {f} :: spectrometry
spectrométrique {adj} :: spectrometric
spectrophotomètre {m} :: spectrophotometer
spectrophotométrie {f} :: spectrophotometry
spectroscope {m} :: spectroscope
spectroscopie {f} :: spectroscopy
spectroscopique {adj} :: spectroscopic
spectroscopiquement {adv} :: spectroscopically
spéculaire {adj} :: specular
spéculateur {adj} :: speculative
spéculateur {m} [finance] :: speculator
spéculatif {adj} :: speculative
spéculation {f} :: speculation
spéculativement {adv} :: speculatively (in a speculative manner)
spéculatrice {f} :: feminine noun of spéculateur
spéculer {vi} [finance] :: to speculate
spéculer {vi} :: to speculate (guess)
spéculoos {m} :: speculoos
speech {m} :: An informal speech
speed {m} :: speed (amphetamine)
speedé {adj} [colloquial] :: hyper
speedé {adj} :: speeded up
speirochorie {f} [biology] :: speirochory
spéléologie {f} :: speleology, caving
spéléologique {adj} :: speleological (pertaining to the exploration of caves)
spéléologue {mf} :: speleologist (person who studies caves)
spéléothème {m} :: speleothem
spencer {m} :: spencer (garment)
spergulaire {f} :: sandspurry or similar salt-tolerant plant of the genus Spergularia
spermatique {adj} :: spermatic
spermatogenèse {f} :: spermatogenesis
spermatogonie {f} :: spermatogonium
spermatozoide {m} :: alternative form of spermatozoïde
spermatozoïde {m} :: spermatozoon, sperm, sperm cell
sperme {m} :: semen
spermophile {m} :: spermophile
spermophile à mante dorée des Cascades {m} :: Cascade golden-mantled ground squirrel (Callospermophilus saturatus)
spessartine {f} [mineral] :: spessartine
spessartite {f} [mineral] :: spessartine
sphæroïde {m} :: obsolete form of sphéroïde
sphaigne {f} :: sphagnum, peat moss
sphalérite {f} [mineral] :: sphalerite
sphène {m} [mineralogy] :: sphene
sphénique {adj} [maths] :: sphenic
sphénoïdal {adj} [anatomy] :: sphenoidal
sphénoïde {adj} :: sphenoid
-sphère {suffix} :: -sphere
sphère {f} [geometry] :: sphere
sphère {f} [figuratively] :: sphere, area
sphère armillaire {f} :: armillary sphere
sphéricité {f} :: sphericity
sphérique {adj} :: spherical, spheric
sphériquement {adv} :: spherically
sphéroforme {mf} [geometry] :: spheroform
sphéroïdal {adj} :: spheroidal
sphéroïde {m} :: spheroid
sphéroïdique {adj} :: synonym of sphéroïdal
sphéromètre {m} :: spherometer
sphérulite {f} [mineralogy] :: spherulite
sphincter {m} [anatomy] :: sphincter
sphingolipide {m} [biochemistry] :: sphingolipid
sphingomyéline {m} [organic chemistry] :: sphingomyelin
sphinx {m} :: sphinx
sphygmique {adj} :: sphygmic
sphygmomanomètre {m} :: sphygmomanometer
spi {m} [nautical] :: spinnaker
spic {m} :: Spike lavender
spin {m} [physics] :: spin
spinal {adj} [anatomy] :: spinal
spinelle {m} [mineral] :: spinel
spineur {m} [physics] :: spinor
spinocellulaire {adj} [pathology] :: squamous epithelial cell (attributive)
spinosauridé {m} :: spinosaurid
spinozisme {m} :: Spinozism
spiral {adj} :: spiral
spiral {m} :: spiral
spirale {f} [geometry] :: spiral
spiraler {v} :: to spiral
spirane {m} [organic chemistry] :: spiran
spire {f} :: turn (of a spiral)
spirée {f} :: meadowsweet; spiraea (any of the plants in the Spiraea genus)
spirite {mf} :: spiritualist
spiritisme {m} :: spiritism
spiritualiser {v} :: to spiritualise
spiritualisme {m} :: spiritualism
spiritualiste {mf} :: spiritualist
spiritualiste {adj} :: spiritualist
spiritualité {f} :: spirituality
spirituel {adj} :: spiritual
spirituel {adj} :: witty
spirituellement {adv} :: spiritually
spiritueux {adj} :: spirituous (alcoholic)
spirochète {f} :: spirochete
Spitzberg {prop} {m} :: Spitsbergen (island)
splanchnicectomie {f} [surgery] :: splanchnicectomy
splanchnique {adj} :: splanchnic
splash-and-dash {m} :: splash-and-dash
spleen {m} :: bad mood, melancholy
splendeur {f} :: splendor
splendide {adj} :: splendid; magnificent; impressive
splendidement {adv} :: splendidly
splénectomie {f} [surgery] :: splenectomy
splénique {adj} [anatomy] :: splenic, splenetic
splénomégalie {f} :: splenomegaly
splif {m} :: joint, spliff (marijuana cigarette)
splitté {adj} :: split, divided
SPM {m} :: PMS (premenstrual syndrome), PMT
spodumène {m} [mineral] :: spodumene
spoliateur {m} :: spoiler, despoiler
spoliation {f} :: spoliation
spoliatrice {f} :: feminine singular of spoliateur
spolier {vt} :: to despoil
spondylarthrite {f} :: spondylarthritis
spongiaire {m} :: poriferan
spongieux {adj} :: spongy
sponsor {m} :: sponsor offering financial support in sports, arts or cultural actions in exchange for notoriety
sponsor {m} :: (Middle East business) sponsor cashing on foreign investors
sponsoring {m} :: sponsorship (financial or material aid provided by a sponsor)
sponsoriser {v} :: to sponsor
spontané {adj} :: spontaneous
spontanéisme {m} :: spontaneism (revolutionary spontaneity)
spontanéiste {adj} :: spontaneist
spontanéiste {mf} :: spontaneist
spontanéité {f} :: spontaneity
spontanément {adv} :: spontaneously
sporadique {adj} :: sporadic
sporadiquement {adv} :: sporadically
sporange {m} :: sporangium
spork {f} :: spork
sporozoaire {m} [biology] :: sporozoan
sporozoïte {m} [cytology] :: sporozoite
sport {m} :: sport
sport adapté {m} [sport] :: parasport (disabled sport; disability sport;)
sport adapté {m} [France, sport, by restriction] :: sport for cognitive disability
sport aquatique {m} :: water sport
sportif {adj} [of a person] :: athletic; enjoying and frequently participating in sports, sporty
sportif {adj} :: athletic; of or pertaining to sports
sportif {m} :: sportsman
sportive {f} :: sportswoman
sportivement {adv} :: sportingly, sportively
sportivité {f} :: sportsmanship
sport nautique {m} :: water sport
sportswoman {f} :: sportswoman
sporulé {adj} [biology] :: sporulated
spot {m} [physics] :: light spot
spot {m} :: blip (on radar)
spot {m} [cinematography, theater] :: spotlight, spot
spot {m} [surfing] :: area
spot {m} [television] :: spot; a brief segment on television
spoutnik {m} :: sputnik (a Soviet unmanned space satellite)
sprint {m} :: sprint, short top-speed race
sprinter {m} :: sprinter
sprinter {v} :: to sprint (run quickly over a short distance)
sprinteur {m} :: sprinter
sprinteuse {f} :: feminine noun of sprinteur
spumifuge {adj} :: antifoaming
SPVM {initialism} [law enforcement] :: Service de police de la Ville de Montréal - SPVM
SQ {initialism} [law enforcement] :: Sûreté du Québec - SQ
squale {m} :: shark
squalelet {m} :: Any cookiecutter shark of the genus Isistius
squalide {adj} :: squalid; dirty; filthy
squame {f} [archaic or literary] :: scale
squameux {adj} :: squamous, scaly
squamifère {adj} :: squamiferous
square {m} :: small public garden in the middle of a square
squarique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: squaric
squash {m} [sports] :: [uncountable] squash
squash {m} :: squash game
squash {m} :: squash court
squasheur {m} :: squash player
squasheuse {f} :: feminine noun of squasheur
squat {m} :: Squat (building occupied without permission, as practiced by a squatter)
squat {m} :: Uninvited presence in a building or place (the result of which can be welcomed)
squat {m} :: Squat effect
squat {m} [weightlifting] :: Squat
squatine {f} :: angel shark (a member of the unusual genus Squatina of sharks)
squatter {v} :: to squat
squatter {v} :: to be, to crash at a place
squatter {v} :: to tie up
squattériser {v} :: to squat, to illegally occupy a place
squatteur {m} :: a squatter
squatteuse {f} :: feminine singular of squatteur
squaw {f} :: squaw [not pejorative in French], Native American woman
squelette {m} [anatomy] :: skeleton
squelettique {adj} :: skeletal
squille {f} :: mantis crab
squirre {m} :: alternative spelling of squirrhe
squirrhe {m} :: hard tumour
SRB {m} [transportation] :: initialism of service rapide par bus BRT (bus rapid transit)
SRC {initialism} :: Societé Radio du Canada, a French language network
sri-lankais {adj} :: Sri Lankan
srilankais {adj} :: alternative spelling of sri-lankais
Srilankais {m} :: alternative spelling of Sri-Lankais
Sri-Lankais {m} :: a Sri Lankan
Srilankaise {f} :: feminine noun of Srilankais
Sri-Lankaise {f} :: feminine noun of Sri-Lankais
s/s {prep} :: abbreviation of sous
ssi {abbr} [maths, logic] :: iff
St. {abbr} :: abbreviation of Saint St
ST {initialism} [initialism, film] :: sous-titréesubtitled; a non-French film with French subtitles
STA {initialism} [initialism] :: "sous-titres anglais" — English subtitles (EST)
stabilisable {adj} :: stabilizable or stabilisable
stabilisant {adj} :: stabilizing
stabilisateur {adj} :: stabilizing
stabilisateur {m} :: stabilizer
stabilisation {f} :: stabilisation/stabilization
stabilisé {adj} :: stabilized
stabiliser {vt} :: to stabilise
stabiliser {vr} [se stabiliser] :: to stabilise
stabiliseur {m} :: stabilizer
stabilité {f} :: stability
stable {adj} :: stable (relatively unchanging)
stableford {m} [golf] :: stableford
stablement {adv} :: stably
stade {m} [historical] :: stadium (Ancient Greek unit of measurement)
stade {m} :: stadium (Greek race course)
stade {m} :: stadium (sports arena)
stade {m} [medicine] :: stage
stade {m} :: stage (phase)
stadiomètre {m} :: stadiometer
Staël {prop} :: surname
staff {m} :: staff, mixture of plaster and fibre
staff {m} :: staff, employees of a business
staff {m} :: governing body (army, corporation, administration, etc.)
staffer {vt} :: to cover with staff (the building material)
stage {m} :: internship, job that a trainee is doing in a workplace until a fixed date
stage {m} :: probation, induction
stagflation {f} :: stagflation
stagiaire {adj} :: probationary
stagiaire {adj} :: under construction
stagiaire {adj} :: on probation
stagiaire {mf} :: trainee
stagiaire {mf} :: intern
stagiaire {mf} :: pharmacist's assistant
stagiaire {mf} :: common term for a cook or chef working for free at a restaurant
stagnant {adj} :: stagnant
stagnation {f} :: stagnation
stagner {v} :: to stagnate
stakhanovisme {m} :: Stakhanovism
stakhanoviste {adj} :: Stakhanovite
stalactite {f} [geology] :: stalactite
stalagmite {f} [geology] :: stalagmite
Staline {prop} :: Stalin (surname)
stalinien {adj} :: Stalinist (of or relating to Stalinism)
stalinisation {f} :: Stalinization
staliniser {v} :: To Stalinize
stalinisme {m} :: Stalinism
staliniste {adj} :: Stalinist
staliniste {mf} :: Stalinist (a person who accepts the philosophy of Stalinism)
stalle {f} :: stall
stalle {f} :: (in plural) stalls (in a theatre)
stambouliote {adj} :: Of or from Istanbul
Stambouliote {mf} :: Native or inhabitant of Istanbul
stand {m} :: stand
standard {m} :: standard
standard {m} :: switchboard
standard {adj} :: standard
standardisation {f} :: standardization
standardiser {vt} :: to standardize
standardiste {mf} :: telephone operator (switchboard operator)
standing {m} :: standing, status
standing {m} :: Level of quality or comfort, especially about real estate
Stanislas {prop} {m} :: given name, cognate to Stanislaus
stannite {f} [mineral] :: stannite
stapédectomie {f} [surgery] :: stapedectomy
stapédien {adj} [anatomy] :: stapedial
stapes {m} :: stapes
staphylin {m} :: rove beetle (of genus Staphylinus)
staphylococcique {adj} :: staphylococcal
staphylocoque {m} :: staphylococcus
star {f} :: star (celebrity)
starifier {vt} :: to make (someone) into a star
starisation {f} [colloquial] :: Making into a star
stariser {vt} :: to make [somebody] a star
starlette {f} :: starlet (young promising actress)
starter {m} :: starter (person or device)
starter {v} [Canada] :: synonym of démarrer
startijenn {n} [Bretagne] :: strength or energy
stase {f} :: stasis, inactive state, as of a body liquid arrested in its flow
stasie {f} :: stasis
stasiologie {f} [political science] :: stasiology
statère {m} :: stater (currency of Ancient Greece)
stathouder {m} :: stadtholder
station {f} :: station
station d'accueil {f} :: docking station (piece of hardware)
station de lavage {f} :: car wash
station de radio {f} :: radio station
station essence {f} :: petrol station
stationment {m} :: alternative spelling of stationnement
stationment {m} [colloquial] :: parking/parking lot/parking space
station mobile {f} :: mobile station (mobile equipment)
stationnaire {adj} :: stationary (not moving)
stationnement {m} :: parking (only in the sense of "act/process of parking")
stationnement {m} :: parking space
stationnement {m} :: car park, parking lot
stationner {v} :: to park (bring to a halt)
stationner {v} :: to station
station-service {f} :: gas station, service station
station spatiale {f} :: space station (manned artificial satellite)
statique {adj} :: static
statiquement {adv} :: statically
statisme {m} :: stasis (state of motionlessness)
statisticien {m} :: statistician
statistique {f} :: statistic
statistique {f} :: statistics
statistique {adj} :: statistical
statistiquement {adv} :: statistically
statistiques {fp} :: statistics (the mathematical science)
statocyste {m} [biology] :: statocyst
stato mixte {m} :: alternative form of statomixte
stato-mixte {m} :: alternative form of statomixte
statomixte {m} [aviation] :: a combined-cycle aeroengine that has a ramjet and a scramjet mode of operation
statoréacteur {m} :: ramjet
statuaire {adj} :: statuary
statuaire {f} :: statuary (statues)
statuaire {m} :: sculptor (who sculpts statues)
statue {f} :: statue
statue de la Liberté {prop} {f} :: Statue of Liberty
statuer {v} :: to rule, determine
statuette {f} :: statuette
statu quo {m} :: status quo
statuquo {m} :: status quo (the state of things)
statut {m} :: status
statut {m} :: statute
statutaire {adj} :: statutory
statutairement {adv} :: statutorily
STCUM {prop} {f} [transport] :: Société de transport de la Communauté urbaine de Montréal - the MUCTC - the transit corporation for the Montreal Urban Community; it replaced the CTCUM in 1985 and was replaced by the STM in 2002
Ste. {f} :: abbreviation of sainte, the feminine form of saint
steack {m} :: alternative form of steak
steak {m} :: steak (of meat or fish)
steamé {adj} [Quebec] :: steamed
steamé {m} [Quebec, Montreal french] :: steamie - a steamed hotdog on a steamed bun
steamer {m} [nautical] :: steamer, steamboat
stéarate {m} [organic chemistry] :: stearate
stéaridonique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: stearidonic
stéarine {f} [organic compound] :: stearine
stéarique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: stearic
stéarone {f} [organic compound] :: stearone
stéaroptène {f} :: stearoptene
stéatite {f} [mineral] :: soapstone
stéatopyge {adj} :: steatopygous (having fat buttocks)
stéatose {f} :: steatosis
stéganographie {f} :: steganography
stéganographique {adj} :: steganographic
stéganographiquement {adv} :: steganographically
stégosaure {m} :: stegosaur (dinosaur)
stéhéline {f} :: A type of thistle of the genus Staehelina
steinérien {adj} :: Steinerian
stèle {f} :: stele (monument)
stellaire {adj} :: stellar
stellaire {f} :: stellaria
stellarator {f} [physics] :: stellarator
stellifier {v} :: to stellify
stelliforme {adj} [biology] :: stelliform
sténo {f} :: shorthand, stenography
sténo {mf} :: shorthand typist, stenographer
sténocardie {f} [disease] :: stenocardia
sténodactylographie {f} :: stenodactylography
sténogramme {m} :: stenograph
sténographe {mf} :: shorthand typist / stenographer
sténographie {f} :: stenography
sténographier {vt} :: to transcribe (dictation) into shorthand
sténographique {adj} :: stenographic
sténographiquement {adv} :: stenographically
sténohalin {adj} [biology] :: stenohaline
sténose {f} [medicine] :: stenosis
sténotherme {adj} [biology] :: stenothermal
sténothermie {f} [biology] :: stenothermy
stentor {m} :: stentor
Stéphane {prop} :: given name, cognate with English Stephen
Stéphane {prop} [rare, compared to male name] :: given name
Stéphanie {prop} {f} :: given name, feminine form of Stéphane ( = Stephen)
stéphanion {m} [anatomy] :: stephanion
stéphanois {adj} [attributive] :: Saint-Étienne, of or from Saint Etienne
stéphanotis {m} :: stephanotis
steppe {f} :: steppe
stéradian {m} :: steradian
stercoraire {adj} :: stercoraceous
stercoraire {m} :: skua
stère {m} [dated] :: cubic metre
stéréo {adj} :: stereo
stéréochimie {f} [chemistry] :: stereochemistry
stéréochimique {adj} :: stereochemical
stéréodescripteur {m} [chemistry] :: stereodescriptor
stéréogène {adj} [chemistry] :: stereogenic
stéréographie {f} :: stereography
stéréographique {adj} :: stereographic
stéréographiquement {adv} :: stereographically
stéréoisomère {m} [chemistry] :: stereoisomer
stéréométrique {adj} :: stereometric
stéréophonie {f} :: stereophony (reproduction of stereophonic sound)
stéréophonique {adj} :: stereophonic
stéréoscope {m} :: stereoscope
stéréoscopie {f} :: stereoscopy
stéréoscopique {adj} :: stereoscopic
stéréosélectif {adj} [chemistry] :: stereoselective
stéréosélectivité {f} [chemistry] :: stereoselectivity
stéréotaxique {adj} :: stereotaxic
stéréotomie {f} :: stereotomy
stéréotomique {adj} :: stereotomic
stéréotype {m} :: A stereotype, as in conventional, formulaic, and oversimplified conception, opinion, or image
stéréotyper {v} :: to stereotype
stéréotypie {m} :: stereotypy
stéréotypique {adj} :: stereotypic
stéréotypiquement {adv} :: stereotypically
stérer {v} :: to measure in cubic metres
stérile {adj} :: sterile, barren, unprolific, infertile
stérile {adj} :: sterile, sterilized (medicine)
stérile {adj} :: vain, pointless
stérile {adj} :: unproductive
stérilement {adv} :: sterilely
stérilement {adv} [of a male] :: impotently
stérilet {m} :: intrauterine device
stérilisant {adj} :: sterilizing
stérilisateur {m} :: sterilizer
stérilisation {f} :: sterilization
stériliser {v} :: to sterilize
stérilité {f} :: sterility
stérilité {f} :: infertility
stérique {adj} [chemistry] :: steric
stériquement {adv} :: sterically
sternal {adj} :: sternal
sterne {f} :: tern (bird)
sternébré {adj} [anatomy] :: sternebral
sterne caugek {f} :: sandwich tern
sternum {m} :: sternum, breastbone
stéroïde {m} [organic chemistry] :: steroid
stéroïde {adj} :: steroidal
stéroïdien {adj} :: steroidal
stérol {m} [organic chemistry] :: sterol
stertoreux {adj} :: stertorous
Stésichore {prop} {m} :: Stesichorus
stéthoscope {m} :: stethoscope (medical instrument)
steward {m} :: steward
STF {initialism} [initialism] :: "sous-titres français" — French subtitles (FST)
stibié {adj} :: antimoniated
stigma {m} :: stigma (Greek letter)
stigmate {m} :: stigma (scar)
stigmate {m} :: stigma (mark of infamy)
stigmate {m} [botany] :: stigma
stigmatique {adj} [botany] :: related to a plant's stigma
stigmatique {adj} [optics] :: stigmatic
stigmatisation {f} :: stigmatization
stigmatisation {f} :: outcasting, harsh criticism
stigmatisé {adj} :: stigmatized, marked with stigmata
stigmatisé {mf} :: stigmatic, person marked with Christ's stigmata
stigmatiser {v} :: to stigmatize
stigmatiser {v} :: to blame, to criticize
stigmatisme {m} :: stigmatism
stigmergie {f} :: Stigmergy
stilbène {m} [organic compound] :: stilbene
stillation {f} :: dripping (action of a liquid falling in drops)
stimulant {m} :: Stimulant
stimulant {adj} :: stimulating
stimulateur {m} :: stimulator; pacemaker
stimuler {v} :: to stimulate
stimuler {v} :: to whip up
stimulus {m} :: stimulus
stipendié {m} :: hireling
stipendier {v} :: To hire someone to do something illegal
stipulacé {adj} :: stipulaceous
stipuler {v} :: to specify, stipulate
stique {m} :: stich; subdivision of a verse in the Bible
STM {prop} {f} [transport] :: initialism of w:Société de transport de Montréal; the MTC; the transit corporation for the island and megacity of Montreal; in 2002 it replaced the STCUM
stochastique {adj} :: stochastic (random)
stochastiquement {adv} :: stochastically
stock {m} :: stock, goods in supply
stock {m} :: stock, a reserve [generally]
stock {m} :: Supply of (wild) fish available for commerce, stock
stockable {adj} :: storable
stockage {m} :: storage
stockage {m} [computing] :: memory
stocker {v} :: to store (keep (something) while not in use)
stocker {v} :: to stock; to stock up
stockfisch {m} :: stockfish
Stockholm {prop} :: Stockholm
stœchiologie {f} [logic] :: stoichiology
stoechiométrie {f} :: alternative form of stœchiométrie
stœchiométrie {f} [chemistry] :: stoichiometry
stœchiométrique {adj} [chemistry] :: stoichiometric
stoïcien {adj} :: stoic
stoïcien {adj} :: Stoic
stoïcien {m} :: Stoic
stoïcisme {m} :: stoicism
stoïque {mf} :: stoic
stoïque {adj} :: stoic, stoical
stoïquement {adv} :: stoically
stolonifère {adj} :: stoloniferous
stomacal {adj} [attributive] :: stomach; gastric
stomacalement {adv} :: gastrically
stomachique {adj} :: stomachic
stomate {m} [botany] :: stoma
stomatologue {mf} :: stomatologist
stomodæum {m} :: obsolete form of stomodéum
stone {adj} :: stoned (high on drugs)
stool {mf} [Canada, slang, derogatory] :: A denouncer or whistleblower; a stoolie
stop {interj} :: stop!
stop {m} :: stop sign
stop {m} :: hitchhiking
stop américain {m} :: rolling stop
stopper {v} [colloquial] :: to stop
stoppeur {n} :: closer (type of relief pitcher)
store {m} :: blind, shade (for a window)
storiste {mf} :: blind / awning manufacturer or seller
storytelling {m} :: storytelling
stp {interj} [initialism] :: abbreviation of s'il te plaît
strabisme {m} :: strabismus (a defect of vision)
stramoine {f} :: jimsonweed (Datura stramonium)
strapontin {m} :: folding seat, jump seat
Strasbourg {prop} :: Strasbourg
strasbourgeois {adj} :: Of or from Strasbourg
Strasbourgeois {m} :: Native or inhabitant of Strasbourg
Strasbourgeoise {f} :: feminine noun of Strasbourgeois
strass {m} :: paste (lead crystal used as gemstone)
stratagème {m} :: stratagem
strate {f} [geology] :: stratum (a layer of sedimentary rock having approximately the same composition throughout)
strate {f} [botany] :: stratum
stratège {m} :: strategist
stratégie {f} :: strategy
stratégique {adj} :: strategic, strategical
stratégiquement {adv} :: strategically
stratifier {v} :: to stratify
stratigraphie {f} [geology] :: stratigraphy
stratigraphique {adj} :: stratigraphic
stratigraphiquement {adv} :: stratigraphically
stratosphère {f} :: stratosphere
stratosphérique {adj} :: stratospheric
Strauss {prop} :: surname
streaming {m} :: streaming
strelitzie {f} :: strelitzia
streptococcique {adj} :: streptococcal
streptocoque {m} :: streptococcus (bacteria)
streptosolen {m} :: marmalade bush (of genus Streptosolen)
stress {m} :: stress (emotional pressure)
stressé {adj} :: stressed
stresser {vt} :: to stress (cause stress to)
stresser {vi} :: to become stressed, to stress out
strette {f} [music] :: stretto
strict {adj} :: strict
strictement {adv} :: strictly
strictement {adv} [degree] :: absolutely, utterly
strictement négatif {adj} :: (number) negative (excludes zero)
strictement positif {adj} :: (number) positive (excludes zero)
stricto sensu {adv} :: In the narrow sense; narrowly
stridence {f} :: stridence
strident {adj} :: strident; producing a high-pitched or piercing sound
strié {adj} :: striated
strié {adj} :: ribbed
strier {vt} :: to streak, stripe
strier {vt} [geology] :: to striate
strike {m} [bowling] :: a strike
striker {v} [bowling] :: to strike
string {m} :: G-string, thong, tanga
strioscopique {adj} :: strioscopic
striptease {m} :: striptease
stripteaseur {m} :: stripper
strip-teaseuse {f} :: female stripper
stripteaseuse {f} :: feminine noun of stripteaseur
striure {f} :: streak
striure {f} :: streaking
strobophotographie {f} :: strobophotography
stroboscope {m} :: stroboscope
stroboscopie {f} :: stroboscopy
stroboscopique {adj} :: stroboscopic
stromatolite {m} :: stromatolite
stromatolithe {m} :: alternative form of stromatolite
strombe {m} :: strombus
strombolien {adj} :: Strombolian
strontiane {m} [inorganic compound] :: strontia (SrO)
strontianite {f} [mineral] :: strontianite
strontique {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: strontic
strontium {m} :: strontium
strophe {f} [poetry] :: stanza
structural {adj} :: structural
structuralement {adv} :: structurally
structuralisme {m} :: structuralism
structuraliste {adj} :: structuralist
structuraliste {mf} :: structuralist
structurant {adj} :: structuring; providing structure
structuration {f} :: structuration
structure {f} :: structure
structuré {adj} :: structured
structure de donnée {f} [computing] :: data structure
structurel {adj} :: structural
structurellement {adv} :: structurally
structurer {v} :: to structure
strychninique {adj} :: strychnic
stryge {f} [mythology, folklore] :: strix
stryge {f} [literary or archaic] :: witch
stuc {m} :: stucco
stucage {m} :: stuccowork
stucateur {m} :: stuccoer (someone who works with stucco)
stud {m} :: stud where stallions and mares are bred to improve the equine race
stud {m} :: assembly of horses for sale or racing
studentisé {adj} [statistics] :: studentized
studette {f} :: small studio flat / apartment
studieusement {adv} :: studiously
studieux {adj} :: studious
studio {m} :: studio (artist's workshop, recording studio, one-room apartment, etc.)
studio {m} :: pied-à-terre, garçonnière
studio d'enregistrement {m} :: recording studio
stupéfaction {f} :: amazement
stupéfait {adj} :: dumbfounded (shocked and speechless)
stupéfiant {adj} :: stupefying
stupéfiant {m} :: narcotic
stupéfier {v} :: to stupify, amaze
stupeur {f} :: stupor, amazement, astonishment, stupefaction, wonder
stupide {adj} :: stupid
stupidement {adv} :: stupidly
stupidité {f} :: stupidity
stupre {m} [literary] :: debauchery
style {m} :: style (manner of doing something)
style {m} [botany] :: style (of a flower)
style {m} :: fashion, trend, style
style {m} [colloquial] :: style (personal comportment)
style {m} :: flair
style {m} [art] :: style; method characteristic of an artist; artistic manner or characteristic by which an artistic movement may be defined
style {m} :: gnomon, style (needle of a sundial)
style {m} [dated, historical] :: stylus, style (implement for writing on tablets)
style {m} :: complement of jargon particular to a field; style (manner of writing specific to a field or discipline)
style {m} :: sort, type; category of things
stylé {adj} :: elegant, stylish
stylet {m} :: stiletto (blade)
stylet {m} :: stylus
stylet {m} [medicine] :: stylet
stylisé {adj} :: stylized
styliser {vt} :: to stylize
stylisme {m} :: design
stylisme {m} :: fashion design
styliste {mf} :: designer
styliste {mf} :: fashion designer
stylistique {f} :: stylistics
stylistique {adj} :: stylistic
stylistiquement {adv} :: stylistically
stylo {m} :: pen (for writing)
stylo à bille {m} :: ballpoint pen
stylographe {m} [obsolete] :: a pen
stylographique {adj} :: stylographic
styloïde {f} [anatomy] :: styloid
stylométrie {f} :: stylometry
stylomine {m} :: A combined pen and pencil
stylo-plume {m} :: fountain pen
stylopode {m} [anatomy] :: stylopod
stylopode {m} [botany] :: stylopodium
styptique {adj} :: styptic
styracine {f} :: styracin
styrène {m} [organic compound] :: styrene
styrolène {m} [organic compound] :: styrene
styromousse {m} [Quebec] :: styrofoam
Styx {prop} {m} :: Styx
suage {m} :: hem, border of a plate or cup
suage {m} :: humidity sweating from something
suage {m} :: Application of suet or tallow
suaire {m} :: shroud
suant {adj} :: sweaty or sweating
suave {adj} :: smooth, suave
suavement {adv} :: suavely
suavité {m} :: suavity
sub- {prefix} :: sub-
subaigu {adj} :: subacute
subalpin {adj} :: subalpine
subalterne {adj} :: subaltern (inferior or secondary)
subantarctique {adj} :: subantarctic
subaquatique {adj} :: subaquatic
subarctique {adj} :: subarctic
subatomique {adj} [physics] :: subatomic
subcellulaire {adj} :: subcellular
subconsciemment {adv} :: subconsciously
subconscience {m} :: subconsciousness, subconscious
subconscient {adj} :: subconscious
subconscient {m} :: subconscious
subdélégation {f} :: delegation (act of delegating)
subdéléguer {v} :: To delegate
subdésertique {adj} :: semiarid, semidesert
subdiviser {vt} :: to subdivide
subérate {m} :: suberate
subérine {f} :: suberin, suberine
subérique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: suberic
subérone {f} [organic compound] :: suberone
subir {vt} :: to suffer
subir {vt} :: to undergo, be subjected to
subir {vt} :: to have (an operation, medical test etc.); to take (an exam)
subir {vt} :: to put up with (someone or something)
subit {adj} :: sudden
subitement {adv} :: suddenly
subjectif {adj} :: subjective
subjectif {adj} :: personal; subjective
subjectivation {f} :: subjectivation
subjectivement {adv} :: subjectively
subjectiviser {vt} :: to subjectivize
subjectivisme {m} :: subjectivism
subjectiviste {adj} :: subjectivist
subjectivité {f} :: subjectivity (stating of being subjective)
subjonctif {m} :: The subjunctive mood
subjuguer {v} :: to subjugate
subjuguer {v} :: to enthrall, captivate
subkilotonnique {adj} :: subkiloton
sublatif {m} [grammar] :: the sublative case
sublétal {adj} :: sublethal
sublimation {f} :: sublimate
sublime {adj} :: sublime, extraordinary
sublimement {adv} :: sublimely
Sublime Porte {prop} :: The Sublime Porte, Ottoman sultanic palace, court, capital and empire
sublimer {vt} :: to render sublime, to make extraordinary
sublimer {v} [chemistry] :: to sublimate (to change from solid to gas)
subliminal {adj} :: subliminal
subliminalement {adv} :: subliminally
sublimité {f} :: sublimity
sublingual {adj} :: sublingual
submandibulaire {adj} [anatomy] :: submandibular
submerger {v} :: to submerge
submerger {v} :: to be engulfed in or with something
submersible {adj} :: submersible
submersible {m} :: a submersible
submersion {f} :: submersion
submétacentrique {adj} [genetics] :: submetacentric
sub-micronique {adj} :: submicronic
submicroscopique {adj} :: submicroscopic
submillimétrique {adj} :: submillimetric
submoléculaire {adj} :: submolecular
subodorer {v} [archaic] :: to scent
subodorer {v} [humorous] :: to smell, to sense
suboptimal {adj} :: suboptimal
subordinateur {m} [maths] :: subordinator
subordination {f} :: subordination
subordination {f} [grammar] :: use of subclauses
subordonné {adj} :: subordinate (placed in a lower class, rank, or position)
subordonné {adj} [grammar] :: subordinate
subordonné {m} :: subordinate
subordonnée {f} [grammar] :: subordinate clause
subordonnément {adv} :: subordinately
subordonner {vt} :: to subordinate (to)
suborner {v} :: to suborn
suborner {v} :: to bribe
suborneur {adj} :: bribing, suborning
suborneur {m} :: briber, suborner
suboxyde {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: suboxide
subpalpébral {adj} [anatomy] :: subpalpebral
subpoena {m} [Canadian and US law] :: subpoena
subpœna {m} :: alternative form of subpoena
subreptice {adj} :: surreptitious, furtive
subrepticement {adv} :: surreptitiously (in a surreptitious manner)
subroger {v} :: to subrogate
subsaharien {adj} :: sub-Saharan
subsannation {f} [obsolete, literary] :: derision; mockery
subséquemment {adv} :: subsequently
subséquent {adj} :: subsequent
subside {m} :: contribution, tax
subside {m} :: subsidy, pension, monetary help
subsidiaire {adj} :: subsidiary, auxiliary or supplemental
subsidiaire {adj} :: subsidiary, secondary or subordinate
subsidiairement {adv} :: subsidiarily, supplementally
subsidiairement {adv} :: secondarily, subordinately
subsidiarité {f} :: subsidiarity
subsistance {f} :: sustenance, subsistence
subsistant {adj} :: subsisting
subsister {v} :: to subsist, live on, go on, keep going
subsister {v} :: to stay, remain
subsomption {f} :: subsumption
subsonique {adj} :: subsonic
substance {f} :: substance
substantialisme {m} :: substantialism
substantiel {adj} :: substantial
substantiellement {adv} :: substantially
substantif {adj} [grammar] :: substantive
substantif {m} [grammar] :: substantive
substantifique {adj} :: substantive
substantifique moelle {f} [figuratively] :: the very substance, the true essence, the pith, the marrow, the crux of the matter, the heart of the matter, the core; the hidden meaning, the true meaning, the real meaning
substantivation {f} :: nominalization
substantivé {adj} :: nominalized
substantivement {adv} :: substantively
substantiver {v} :: to substantivise, nominalize
substituable {adj} :: substitutable
substituant {m} [chemistry] :: substituent
substitué {adj} :: substituted
substituer {v} :: to substitute
substitut {m} :: substitute, replacement
substitutif {adj} :: substitutive
substitution {f} :: substitution
substrat {m} :: substrate (the material or substance on which an enzyme acts)
substrat {m} :: substrate (a surface on which an organism grows or is attached)
substrat {m} :: substrate (an underlying layer; a substratum)
substrat {m} :: substrate (an indigenous language)
subsumer {v} [formal, logic, philosophy] :: to subsume (to place under another as belonging to it))
subtendre {v} :: alternative form of sous-tendre
subterfuge {m} :: subterfuge
subtil {adj} :: subtle
subtilement {adv} :: subtly
subtilisation {f} [obsolete] :: subtilization
subtiliser {vt} :: to snatch; take possession of
subtilité {f} [uncountable] :: subtlety
subtilité {f} [countable] :: subtlety
suburbain {adj} :: suburban (relating to outskirts of a city)
subvenir {v} [à] :: to provide (for)
subvenir {v} [à] :: to meet (needs)
subvention {f} :: subsidy
subvention {f} :: grant
subventionnement {m} :: subsidizing
subventionner {v} :: to subsidize
subversif {adj} :: subversive
subversion {f} :: corruption
subversivement {adv} :: subversively
subvertir {v} :: to subvert
suc {m} :: juice
succédané {adj} :: substitute, surrogate
succédané {m} :: substitute, replacement
succéder {v} [à] :: to succeed (to follow in order)
succéder {v} :: to inherit by right of kinship
succès {m} :: success
succès {m} [gaming] :: achievement
successeur {m} :: successor
successible {adj} :: inheritable
successif {adj} :: successive, following
succession {f} :: succession
succession {f} :: Series
succession {f} :: Inheritance, as in the passing of possessions from a deceased person to his or her inheritors
successivement {adv} :: successively
successoral {adj} :: successoral
succinct {adj} :: succinct
succinct {adj} [colloquial, figurative] :: light
succinct {adj} [by extension] :: Concise in its intentions
succinctement {adv} :: succinctly
succinique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: succinic
succion {f} :: sucking
succomber {vi} :: to succumb
succube {f} :: succubus
succulemment {adv} :: succulently
succulent {adj} :: succulent (all senses)
succulente {f} :: succulent (a succulent plant)
succursale {f} :: chapel of ease
succursale {f} :: branch (of a company, etc.)
suce-goulot {m} [colloquial, humorous, pejorative] :: drunkard
sucer {v} :: to suck
sucer {v} [slang, vulgar] :: to give head
sucette {f} [European French] :: lollipop
sucette {f} :: dummy, pacifier
suceur {adj} :: sucking
suceur {m} :: any insect that ingests food with a proboscis
suceur {m} [slang] :: flatterer, sycophant
suceur {m} :: fellator or cunnilinguist
suceur {m} :: vampire
suc gastrique {m} :: gastric juice
suçoir {m} :: proboscis
suçon {m} :: hickey, love bite
suçon {m} [Canada] :: lollipop
suçoter {vt} :: to suck (out)
sucre {m} :: sugar
sucré {adj} :: sugared; with sugar
sucré {adj} :: sweet
sucre blanc {m} :: white sugar
sucre de canne {m} :: cane sugar (sugar from the sugarcane plant)
sucre d'orge {m} :: barley sugar
sucre d'orge {m} :: A type of candy made with barley sugar
sucre d'orge {m} [affectionate] :: sweetie pie
sucre en poudre {m} :: granulated sugar
sucre en poudre {m} [Quebec, colloquial] :: powdered sugar
sucrer {v} :: to sugar (to add sugar to, to sweeten)
sucrerie {f} :: sugar refinery
sucrerie {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: candy, bonbon, sweet
sucrette {f} :: sweetener
sucrier {adj} :: sugar-, or or pertaining to sugar production
sucrier {m} :: a sugar producer or seller
sucrier {m} :: sugar jar, sugar bowl
sucrosité {f} :: sweetness, sugariness
sud {m} :: south
Sud {prop} {m} :: South
sud-africain {adj} :: South African
Sud-Africain {m} :: a South African
Sud-Africaine {f} :: feminine noun of Sud-Africain
sud-américain {adj} :: South American
sudaméricain {adj} :: South American (relating to South America)
sudation {f} :: sweating
sud-coréen {adj} :: South Korean (of South Korea)
Sud-Coréen {m} :: South Korean (person from or descended from South Korea)
Sud-Coréenne {f} :: feminine noun of Sud-Coréen
sud-est {m} :: south-east
sud-est-quart-est {m} :: southeast by east (compass point)
sud-est-quart-sud {m} :: southeast by south (compass point)
sudiste {adj} :: southern
sudiste {mf} :: Southerner (someone from the south)
sudoku {m} [games, puzzles] :: sudoku
sudoral {adj} :: sudoral
sudorifère {adj} :: sudoriferous
sud-ouest {m} :: south-west
Sud-Ouest africain {prop} {m} [historical] :: South West Africa (the colonial name of the area which is now Namibia)
sud-ouest-quart-ouest {m} :: southwest by west (compass point)
sud-ouest-quart-sud {m} :: southwest by south (compass point)
sud-quart-sud-est {m} :: south by east (compass point)
sud-quart-sud-ouest {m} :: south by west (compass point)
sud-sud-est {m} :: south-southeast (compass point)
sud-sud-ouest {m} :: south-southwest (compass point)
suède {m} :: suede (type of leather)
Suède {prop} {f} :: Sweden
suédine {f} :: imitation suede
suédois {m} :: Swedish, the Swedish language
suédois {adj} :: Swedish
Suédois {m} :: male Swedish person
Suédoise {f} :: feminine noun of Suédois
suédophone {adj} :: Swedish-speaking
suédophone {mf} :: Swedophone (Swedish-speaker)
suer {v} :: to sweat
suer comme un bœuf {v} [simile, colloquial] :: to sweat like a pig
suête {m} [Acadian] :: southeast; contraction of sud-est
suête {m} [Acadian] :: southeasterly (wind)
suette {f} :: sweating sickness
sueur {f} :: sweat, perspiration
sueur froide {f} [chiefly plural] :: cold sweat
suffire {v} :: to be enough, to suffice
suffisamment {adv} :: sufficiently; enough
suffisance {f} :: sufficiency (quality or condition of being sufficient)
suffisance {f} :: self-importance, vanity
suffisant {adj} :: sufficient; enough
suffisant {adj} :: smug, vain, self-righteous
suffixe {m} :: suffix
suffixer {v} [grammar] :: to suffix
suffocant {adj} :: suffocating
suffocant {adj} :: sultry
suffocation {f} :: suffocation
suffoquer {vit} :: to suffocate
suffrage {m} :: suffrage (right to vote)
suffrage {m} :: suffrage (prayer)
suggérer {v} :: to suggest, propose
suggérer {v} :: to evoke, suggest
suggestif {adj} :: suggestive
suggestion {f} :: suggestion; proposal
suggestion {f} :: suggestion (psychology, etc.)
suggestivité {f} :: suggestiveness
suggestopédie {m} :: suggestopedia
suicidabilité {f} [rare] :: suicidality
suicidaire {adj} :: suicidal (relating to suicide)
suicidaire {adj} :: suicidal (likely to try to commit suicide)
suicidaire {adj} :: suicidal (extremely dangerous)
suicidaire {mf} :: suicidal; suicidal person
suicidairement {adv} :: suicidally
suicidalité {f} :: suicidality
suicide {m} :: suicide
suicidé {m} :: suicide, someone who has committed suicide
suicidée {f} :: suicide, someone who commits suicide
suicider {vp} :: to commit suicide, to kill oneself, suicide
suie {f} :: soot
suif {m} :: tallow
suif {m} :: suet
suifer {v} :: alternative form of suiffer
suiffer {v} :: To coat or wrap in suet or tallow
suint {m} :: suint (substance obtained from the wool of sheep)
suintement {m} :: oozing
suinter {vi} :: to ooze
suisse {adj} :: Swiss
suisse {m} :: chipmunk
suisse {m} :: guard
suisse {m} [archaic] :: doorman
Suisse {m} :: Swiss person
Suisse {prop} {f} :: Switzerland
Suissesse {f} :: Swissess; young Swiss woman or Swiss girl
suite {f} :: result
suite {f} :: sequel
suite {f} :: next step, next steps, that which follows, remainder, rest
suite {f} [poker] :: straight
suite {f} [mathematics] :: sequence
suite {f} :: suite (group of connected rooms)
suite à {prep} [proscribed] :: after; in the wake of
suivant {adj} :: next, following
suivante {f} :: lady-in-waiting, lady's maid (woman who is a servant to a lady, especially a woman of the nobility or upper class)
suiveur {m} :: follower
suiveur {m} :: tracker
suiveur {m} :: slave
suiveuse {f} :: feminine noun of suiveur
suivi {m} :: following, follow-up, monitoring (medical), tracking (package; number)
suivisme {m} :: me-tooism (a tendency to "follow the herd")
suiviste {mf} :: conformist (person with a tendency to "follow the herd")
suivre {v} :: to follow (literal sense)
suivre {v} :: to follow; to get (figurative sense; to understand what someone is saying)
suivre {v} :: to take (a course or a class)
suivre son cours {v} :: to follow its course, to take its course, to continue, to progress, to come along
sujet {adj} :: subject
sujet {m} [grammar] :: subject
sujet {m} :: subject (topic, theme)
sujétion {f} :: subjection
sujétion {f} :: constraint
sulciforme {adj} :: sulciform
sulfacétique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sulfacetic
sulfacide {m} [chemistry] :: sulfacid
sulfaté {adj} :: sulfated
sulfater {vt} [chemistry] :: to sulfate
sulfater {vt} :: to apply copper sulfate fertilizer
sulfatique {adj} [chemistry] :: sulfatic
sulfhydrique {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: sulfhydric
sulfhydryle {m} [chemistry] :: sulfhydryl
sulfitage {m} :: sulfiting / sulphiting (treatment with sulfur dioxide or sulfites)
sulfite {m} :: sulfite
sulfochlorure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: sulfochloride
sulfoconjugué {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sulfated (sulfate conjugated)
sulfonique {adj} [chemistry] :: sulfonic / sulphonic
sulfonitrique {adj} :: sulfonitric
sulfonyle {m} [chemistry] :: sulfonyl
sulfosel {m} [chemistry] :: sulfosalt
sulfoséléniure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: sulfoselenide
sulfure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: sulfide / sulphide
sulfuré {adj} :: sulfuretted
sulfureux {adj} :: sulfurous / sulphurous
sulfureux {adj} :: inflammatory (behaviour etc)
sulfurique {adj} [chemistry] :: sulfuric / sulphuric
sulpicien {adj} :: Sulspician
sulpicien {m} :: Sulspician
sultan {m} :: A sultan: a Muslim ruler with a certain title
sultan {m} :: A silk-ornamented basket
sultan {m} :: A perfume sachet to put in a linen coffer
sultanat {m} :: sultanate (state ruled by a sultan)
sumanène {m} [organic compound] :: sumanene
Sumatra {prop} {m} :: Sumatra (island of Indonesia)
Sumatrien {m} :: Sumatran
Sumatrienne {f} :: feminine noun of Sumatrien
Sumer {prop} :: Sumer
sumérien {adj} :: Sumerian
sumérien {m} :: Sumerian
Sumérien {m} :: Sumerian person
Sumérienne {f} :: feminine noun of Sumérien
Sumiko {prop} :: given name
summum {m} :: summit, apogee, acme
sumo {m} :: sumo
sumo {m} :: sumotori
sumoyler {v} [organic chemistry] :: To SUMOylate
sunnisme {m} :: Sunni (a branch of Islam)
sunnite {adj} [Islam] :: Sunni, Sunnite
sunnite {mf} [Islam] :: Sunni, Sunnite
super- {prefix} :: super-, over-
super {adj} :: superb, great
super {adv} [colloquial] :: extremely, very (as an intensifier)
super {interj} :: great, fantastic
super {v} [regional] :: to suck, to sip
superacide {m} :: superacid (medium having very high acidity)
superalliage {m} :: superalloy
superamas {m} [astronomy] :: supercluster
super-amas d'étoiles {m} :: super star cluster
super amas stellaire {m} :: alternative form of super-amas stellaire
super-amas stellaire {m} :: super star cluster
superatome {m} :: superatom
superbe {adj} :: superb
superbe {mf} :: proud, arrogant person
superbe {f} :: pride, arrogance
superbement {adv} :: superbly
superbenzène {m} [organic compound] :: superbenzene
superbombe {f} :: superbomb
supercalculateur {m} [computing] :: supercomputer
supercarburant {m} :: four-star petrol (UK), premium gas (US)
supercellule {f} :: supercell (severe thunderstorm)
supercentenaire {mf} :: supercentenarian
supercherie {f} :: deception
superclasse {f} [object-oriented] :: superclass
super combiné {m} :: alternative spelling of super-combiné
super-combiné {m} [skiing] :: super combined
supercombiné {m} :: alternative spelling of super-combiné
supercondensateur {m} :: supercapacitor
supercontinent {m} :: supercontinent
supercorde {f} [physics] :: superstring
supercoupe {f} [football] :: super cup
supercritique {adj} [physics] :: supercritical
superembranchement {m} [taxonomy] :: superphylum, division
superessif {m} [grammar] :: the superessive case
supérette {f} :: minimarket, grocery store
superfamille {f} [taxonomy] :: superfamily
superfécondation {m} [biology] :: superfecundation
superfétation {f} [biology] :: superfetation
superfétatoire {adj} :: superfluous
superficialité {f} :: superficiality
superficie {f} :: surface
superficie {f} :: area (amount of 2-dimensional space)
superficie {f} :: surface area
superficiel {adj} :: superficial (shallow, lacking substance)
superficiellement {adv} :: superficially
superfin {adj} :: superfine
superfinition {f} [metallurgy] :: superfinishing
superflu {adj} :: superfluous
superfluide {adj} [physics] :: superfluid
superfluidité {f} [physics] :: superfluidity
superfluité {f} [rare, literary, dated] :: superfluity
supergéante {f} [astronomy] :: supergiant
super-héros {m} :: superhero
supérieur {adj} :: superior
supérieur {adj} :: upper, senior
supérieur {adj} :: (followed by à) above; higher than
supérieur {adj} [math] :: greater than or equal to. ,
supérieur {m} :: senior (boss)
supérieurement {adv} :: exceptionally
supériorité {f} :: superiority
superlatif {m} [grammar] :: superlative
superlatif {adj} [grammar] :: superlative
superlatif {adj} :: superlative (the best)
superlativement {adv} :: superlatively
superléger {adj} :: superlight
superléger {m} [boxing] :: super lightweight
superlentille {f} :: superlens
superligue {f} :: superleague
super-lourd {adj} [boxing] :: superheavyweight
super-lourd {adj} [physics] :: superheavy
superlourd {adj} :: alternative form of super-lourd
superman {m} [philosophy] :: superman
superman {m} :: superman (man with superpowers)
supermarché {m} :: supermarket
supermassif {adj} [astronomy] :: supermassive
supernœud {m} [maths] :: supernode
supernova {f} :: supernova
superordinateur {m} [computing] :: supercomputer
superordre {f} [taxonomy] :: superorder
superorganisme {m} [biology] :: superorganism
superoxyde {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: superoxide
superpackage {m} [object-oriented] :: superpackage
superparamagnétisme {m} [physics] :: superparamagnetism
superpartenaire {m} [physics] :: superpartner
superpétrolier {m} :: supertanker
superplasticité {f} :: superplasticity
superplastique {adj} :: superplastic
superposable {adj} :: superposable
superposé {adj} :: superimposed
superposer {v} :: to superimpose, overlay
superposition {f} :: superposition
superpouvoir {m} :: superpower (fictional extraordinary ability)
superprédateur {m} [ecology] :: apex predator
superpréfet {m} :: A prefect with extensive powers, or one in charge of a large region
superproduction {f} :: blockbuster (film)
superpuissance {f} :: superpower (sovereign state)
supersimplification {f} :: supersimplification or oversimplification
supersolide {adj} :: supersolid
supersolide {m} :: supersolid
supersolidité {f} [physics] :: supersolidity
supersonique {adj} :: supersonic (greater than the speed of sound)
superstatoréacteur {m} :: scramjet
superstitieusement {adv} :: superstitiously
superstitieux {adj} :: superstitious (susceptible to superstitions)
superstition {f} :: superstition
superstore {m} :: superstore
superstrat {m} :: superstrate
supersymétrie {f} [physics] :: supersymmetry
supersymétrique {adj} :: supersymmetric
supertéléphone {m} [rare] :: smartphone
supertendre {adj} [motorsports] :: supersoft; more tendre (soft) than tendre, less tendre than ultratendre (ultrasoft)
supertendre {adj} :: supertender; more tendre (tender) than tendre, less tendre than hypertendre (hypertender)
supertendre {m} [motorsports] :: supersoft; ellipsis of pneu supertendre
super-vilain {m} :: Supervillain
superviser {v} :: to supervise
superviseur {m} :: supervisor (a person with the official task of overseeing the work of a person or group)
superviseur {m} [computing] :: supervisor
supervision {f} :: supervision
superwoman {f} :: superwoman (woman with superpowers)
supin {m} [grammar] :: supine
supinateur {m} [anatomy] :: supinator
supplanté {adj} :: supplanted
supplanter {vt} :: to supplant
suppléance {f} :: replacement
suppléance {f} :: stand in
suppléant {adj} :: acting, substitute
suppléant {m} :: substitute, replacement
suppléant {m} :: More specifically, a person who is elected along with a député (member of parliament) and who will take over his job if he dies or in some other circumstances
suppléer {v} :: to supply
suppléer {v} :: to replace
supplément {m} [medicine] :: supplement
supplément {m} [media] :: supplement (in a magazine or a newspaper)
supplémentaire {adj} :: extra
supplémentaire {adj} :: supplementary
supplémentairement {adv} :: supplementarily
supplémentation {f} :: supplementation
supplémenter {vt} :: to supplement
supplétif {adj} :: supplementary
supplétif {adj} :: auxiliary
supplétif {adj} :: suppletive
supplétion {f} [grammar] :: suppletion
supplétoire {adj} :: suppletory
suppliant {adj} :: suppliant, begging, pleading, imploring
suppliant {m} :: supplicant
supplication {f} :: supplication
supplice {m} :: torture (especially a punishment resulting in death)
supplice {m} :: torment (physical or mental)
supplicié {adj} :: killed by torture
supplicié {m} :: someone killed by torture
suppliciée {f} :: feminine noun of supplicié
supplicier {v} :: to kill by torture
supplier {vt} :: to implore, to beseech, to beg
supplique {f} :: petition
supplique {f} :: supplication
support {m} :: support
support {m} :: base
support {m} [heraldry] :: supporter
supportable {adj} :: bearable, supportable, tolerable
supportablement {adv} :: bearably, supportably, tolerably
supporter {v} :: to support
supporter {v} :: to bear
supporter {m} [sports] :: supporter, fan
supportérisme {m} [sports] :: The behaviour of supporters of a team, especially when excessive or fanatical
supporteur {m} :: supporter (adherent, someone who supports)
supporteuse {f} :: supporter (female supporter)
supportrice {f} :: supporter (female)
supposable {adj} :: supposable
supposément {adv} :: supposedly
supposer {v} :: to suppose, to think, to reckon, to surmise
supposer {v} :: to suggest, to imply
supposition {f} :: supposition
suppositoire {m} :: suppository
suppôt {m} [literary] :: a subversive, an underling, a henchman
suppresseur {m} [biochemistry, genetics] :: suppressor
suppression {f} :: deletion
suppression {f} :: removal
suppression {f} :: cutting (of jobs)
supprimer {v} :: to delete
supprimer {v} :: to suppress
supprimer {v} :: to remove, to take out
suppuratif {adj} :: suppurative
suppurer {v} :: to suppurate, fester (form or discharge pus)
supputation {f} :: calculation, estimation
supputer {v} :: to calculate, to work out
suprachiasmatique {adj} [anatomy] :: suprachiasmatic
supraconducteur {m} [physics] :: superconductor
supraconducteur {adj} [physics] :: superconducting
supraconduction {f} [physics] :: superconductivity
supraconductivité {f} [physics] :: superconductivity
supraglottal {adj} :: supraglottal
supraluminique {adj} :: faster-than-light
supramoléculaire {adj} [chemistry] :: supramolecular
supramolécule {f} [chemistry] :: supramolecule
supranational {adj} :: supranational
supraterrestre {adj} :: supraterrestrial
suprémacisme {m} :: supremacism
suprémaciste {adj} :: supremacist
suprémaciste {mf} :: supremacist
suprématie {f} :: supremacy
suprême {adj} :: supreme
suprême {adj} :: last
suprêmement {adv} :: supremely
sur- {prefix} :: over, on top of
sur- {prefix} :: over- (excessive; excessively; too much)
sur {prep} :: on, upon
sur {prep} :: on top of
sur {prep} :: from on top of
sur {prep} :: above
sur {prep} :: out of
sur {prep} :: in the case of
sur {prep} :: about, concerning
sur {adj} :: sour
sûr {adj} :: sure, certain
sûr {adj} :: trustworthy
sûr {adj} :: safe
surabondamment {adv} :: abundantly
surabondance {f} :: overabundance, superabundance
surabondant {adj} :: superabundant, overabundant
surabonder {v} :: to abound (in)
suraccélération {f} [physics] :: jerk (rate of change of acceleration)
suractif {adj} :: overactive, hyperactive
suractivité {f} :: overactivity
suractivité {f} :: hyperactivity
suraigu {adj} :: very shrill
suraigu {adj} [pathology] :: hyperacute
surajouter {vt} :: to superadd
surajouter {vt} :: to superimpose
suralimentation {f} :: overfeeding; overeating
suralimentation {f} :: supercharging
suralimenté {adj} :: supercharged
suralimenter {v} :: to overfeed
suramplificateur {m} :: booster
suranné {adj} :: outdated, outmoded, old-fashioned
surarmé {adj} :: heavily armed
surarmement {m} :: stockpiling of weapons
surbaisé {adj} :: surbaissé
surbaissé {adj} :: lowered (platform); low-slung (car)
surbaisser {v} :: to lower, to surbase
surbaisser {v} :: to undersling
surbasique {adj} [chemistry] :: superbasic
surbasser {v} :: to accentuate the bass more than usual
surbooker {v} :: to overbook
surbooking {m} :: an overbooking
surboum {f} :: party
surbroder {v} :: To embroider over an existing embroidery
surcapacité {f} :: overcapacity
surcapitaliser {v} :: to overcapitalize
sur ce {adv} :: thereupon, with this
surcharge {f} :: overloading
surcharge {f} [object-oriented] :: overloading
surchargé {adj} :: surcharged
surchargé {adj} :: overcrowded; overladen
surcharger {vt} :: to overcharge
surcharger {vt} :: to overload, overburden, overcrowd
surcharger {vt} :: to surcharge
surchauffe {f} :: overheating
surchauffé {adj} :: overheated
surchauffer {v} :: to overheat
surchoix {adj} :: top-quality
surclasser {v} :: to outclass
surconduire {v} [sports] :: To take the lead (in a race)
surconsommation {f} :: overconsumption
surcot {m} [historical] :: surcoat, (mediaeval) tunic
surcoté {adj} :: overpriced
surcouche {f} [computing] :: add-on, plug-in
surcouper {vt} :: to overtrump
surcout {m} :: alternative form of surcoût
surcoût {m} [both literally and figuratively] :: an overhead, supplement, additional cost
surcritique {adj} [physics] :: supercritical
surcroît {m} :: Something that is added; an addition
surcuire {v} :: to overcook (to cook for too long)
surdensité {f} :: overcrowding
sûr de son coup {adj} [colloquial] :: sure of what one is doing, confident of success, certain of succeeding
surdimensionné {adj} :: oversized
surdimensionné {adj} :: outsize
surdimensionner {v} :: To oversize
surdimensionner {v} :: To exaggerate
surdimutité {f} :: deaf-muteness
surdité {f} :: deafness
surdosage {m} :: overdose
surdose {f} :: overdose
surdoser {vi} :: to overdose
surdoté {adj} :: overstaffed
surdoué {adj} :: gifted
surdoué {m} :: prodigy
sureau {m} :: elder, elder tree
surédifier {v} :: to build on top of
sureffectif {m} :: overmanning, overstaffing
surélévation {f} :: raising, lifting (increase in height)
surélever {v} :: to increase the height of, raise
sûrement {adv} :: surely, certainly
sûrement {adv} :: probably
suréminent {adj} :: supereminent
suremploi {m} :: overemployment
surenchère {f} :: a higher bid [in an auction]
surenchérir {vi} :: to place a higher bid
surendetté {adj} :: Having an excessive debt
surendetté {mf} :: A person or country that has an excessive debt
surendettement {m} :: excessive debt
surentraîné {adj} :: overtrained
suréquipé {adj} :: overequipped
surestimation {f} :: overestimation
surestimer {v} :: to overestimate
sureté {f} :: alternative form of sûreté
sûreté {f} :: safety
sûreté {f} :: security
Sûreté {prop} [law enforcement, France] :: Sûreté Nationale
Sûreté {prop} [law enforcement, Quebec] :: Sûreté du Québec
Sûreté du Québec {prop} [Quebec, law enforcement] :: Sûreté du Québec
surévaluation {f} :: overvaluing, overvaluation
surévaluer {v} :: to overrate, overstate
surexciter {v} :: to overexcite, to cause to become restless
surexploitation {f} :: overexploitation
surexploiter {v} :: to overexploit
surexposé {adj} [photography] :: overexposed
surexposer {v} [photography] :: To overexpose
surexposition {f} :: overexposure (all senses)
surexpression {f} [genetics] :: overexpression
surface {f} :: surface
surface de réparation {f} [football] :: penalty area
surfacer {vt} :: to plane, to smooth (a surface)
surfaceuse {f} :: ice resurfacer
surfacique {adj} :: surface (attributive)
surfacturation {f} :: overbilling
surfait {adj} :: overcomplicated
surfait {adj} :: overrated, overvalued
surfaix {m} :: surcingle
surf des neiges {m} [Canada] :: snowboarding, snowboard (sport)
surfer {v} :: to surf (on a wave)
surfer {v} :: to surf (to browse the internet)
surfeur {m} [surfing] :: surfer (someone who rides waves)
surfeur {m} [Internet] :: surfer
surfeuse {f} :: feminine singular of surfeur
surfiler {vt} :: to oversew
surfin {adj} :: superfine
surfin {adj} :: top-quality
surfondu {adj} [physics] :: supercooled
surfrapper {v} :: overstrike [to strike or stamp a coin again]
surfusion {f} [physics] :: supercooling
surgaussien {adj} [maths, physics] :: super-Gaussian
surgélateur {m} :: freezer
surgélation {f} :: freezing
surgelé {adj} :: deep-frozen
surgeler {v} :: to deep-freeze
surgénérateur {m} :: fast breeder (reactor)
surgénération {f} [physics] :: breeding (of a nuclear reactor)
surgénération {f} :: overgeneration
surgeon {m} [botany] :: sprout, shoot
surgeon {m} :: offspring
surgir {vi} :: to emerge or appear; to crop up
surgir {vi} :: to arise or stand up
surhomme {m} [philosophy] :: superman (übermensch)
surhomme {m} [colloquial] :: An alpha male; a chad
surhumain {adj} :: superhuman
surhumainement {adv} :: superhumanly
suri {adj} :: soured
suricate {m} :: meerkat (mammal)
surimi {m} :: Surimi, especially, fake crabmeat
surimposer {vt} :: to overtax
surimpression {f} :: overprinting
surimprimer {vt} :: to overprint
surin {m} [colloquial] :: dagger; knife
Surinam {prop} :: alternative spelling of Suriname
surinamais {adj} :: Surinamese
Surinamais {m} :: a Surinamese person
Surinamaise {f} :: feminine noun of Surinamais
suriner {v} [slang] :: to stab; to knife
surinfection {f} :: superinfection, secondary infection
surintendance {f} :: superintendence
surintendant {m} :: superintendant
surinterprétation {f} :: overinterpretation
surinterpréter {v} :: To overinterpret, to read too much into something
surinvestir {v} :: to overinvest
surinvestissement {m} :: overinvestment
surjectif {adj} [maths] :: surjective
surjection {f} [set theory] :: surjection
surjet {m} :: overlock (stitch)
surjouer {v} [acting] :: to ham, to overplay one's role
surjouer {v} [poker] :: to overplay (a poker hand)
sur la pointe des pieds {adv} :: on tiptoe (moving carefully)
sur la sellette {adv} :: in the hot seat
sur le billard {phrase} [literally] :: On the pool table
sur le billard {phrase} [idiomatic] :: On the operating table; to be under the knife
sur le bout de la langue {adj} [idiomatic] :: on the tip of one's tongue (known but not quite remembered)
sur le champ {adv} [idiomatic] :: right away
sur-le-champ {adv} :: immediately, at once, right away, straightaway
sur le coup {adv} :: instantly, right then and there, on the spot
sur le coup {adv} [colloquial] :: at the time, at first
sur le coup {adj} [colloquial] :: on it
sur le cul {adj} [colloquial, somewhat, vulgar] :: floored, flabbergasted, flummoxed
sur le fil {adv} :: just in time, in the nick of time
sur le fil {adv} :: by a narrow margin
surlendemain {m} :: Two days later: the day after the next day
surlendemain {m} :: Relative to a day implied by the context
surlendemain {m} :: Relative to a day indicated explicitly, introduced with de
sur le papier {adv} :: on paper
sur le point de {prep} :: on the brink (of); on the verge (of), about to, on the point of
sur le qui-vive {prep} :: on the alert
sur les chapeaux de roue {adv} :: off to a flying start
sur les chapeaux de roues {adv} :: alternative spelling of sur les chapeaux de roue
sur le tard {prep} [colloquial] :: late in life
sur le tas {prep} :: on-the-job, on the job
surligné {adj} :: highlighted
surligner {v} [of text] :: to highlight (make more obvious)
surligneur {m} :: highlighter (pen for highlighting)
surliquidité {f} [economics] :: overliquidity
sur l'ongle {adv} [idiomatic] :: completely or perfectly
surmaturation {f} :: Extended maturation (of grapes for winemaking)
surmaturé {adj} :: overripe [of grapes for winemaking]
surmédiatisation {f} :: excessive media coverage [relative to the importance of the subject]
surmenage {m} :: overwork
surmener {v} :: to overwork
surmiser {v} :: to overbid (bid too much)
surmiser {v} :: to overbet (bet too much)
surmoi {m} [psychoanalysis] :: superego
surmontable {adj} :: surmountable
surmonter {vt} :: to overcome, to surmount, to get over
surmonter {vt} :: to top, to crown (a building, etc.)
surmortalité {f} :: high death rate
surmotiver {v} :: to charge, spur on
surmulot {m} :: brown rat (Rattus norvegicus)
surmultiplié {adj} :: overdrive (attributive)
surnageant {m} :: supernatant
surnager {v} :: to stay afloat
surnager {v} :: to keep up, to make it
surnatalité {f} :: high birthrate
surnaturel {adj} :: supernatural
surnaturellement {adv} :: supernaturally
surnom {m} :: nickname (familiar, invented given name)
surnombre {m} :: surplus
surnommé {adj} :: nicknamed
surnommer {v} :: to nickname
surnuméraire {adj} :: supernumerary
suroît {m} :: southwest
suroît {m} :: southwester (wind)
suroscillation {f} :: undamped oscillation
suroxydation {f} [chemistry] :: superoxidation, overoxidation
suroxyde {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: superoxide
surpasser {vt} :: to surpass, outdo
surpayer {vt} :: to overpay
surpeuplé {adj} :: overpopulated
surpeuplement {m} :: overpopulation
surpeupler {v} :: overpopulate
surpiquer {vt} :: to overstitch
surpiqure {f} :: overstitching
surpiqûre {f} :: alternative form of surpiqure
sur place {adv} :: on site, on the ground
sur place {adv} :: without moving
sur place {m} :: alternative form of surplace
surplace {m} :: standstill (complete immobility)
surplace {m} [cycling] :: track stand
surplis {m} :: surplice
surplomb {m} :: overhang
surplomber {v} :: to overhang
surplomber {v} :: to overlook
surplomber {v} :: to hang over, to hang above
surplus {m} :: surplus
surpoids {m} :: excess weight; excess fat, fatty tissue
surpopulation {f} :: overpopulation
surprenamment {adv} :: surprisingly
surprenant {adj} :: surprising
surprendre {v} :: to surprise
surprendre {v} :: to catch out
surpression {f} :: overpressure
surprime {f} :: An additional insurance premium
surpris {adj} :: surprised
surprise {f} :: surprise (something unexpected)
surprise-partie {f} :: party
surprise-partie {f} :: surprise party
surproduction {f} :: overproduction
surproduire {v} :: to overproduce
surprotéger {v} :: To overprotect
surpuissant {adj} :: extremely powerful
surréalisme {m} :: surrealism (all meanings)
surréaliste {adj} :: surrealist
surrection {f} :: upheaval
surrection {f} [geology] :: uplift
surréel {adj} :: surreal
surréel {m} [maths] :: surreal number
surrégénérateur {adj} [physics] :: breeder (attributive, of a nuclear reactor)
surrégénération {f} :: synonym of surgénération
surrégime {m} :: over-revving
surrelaxation {f} [maths] :: overrelaxation
surrénal {adj} [anatomy] :: suprarenal
surreprésentation {f} :: overrepresentation
surreprésenter {v} :: to overrepresent
surréservation {f} :: overbooking
surrisque {m} :: An increased risk
sursaturé {adj} :: supersaturated
sursaturer {vt} :: to supersaturate
sursaut {m} :: somersault
sursauter {vi} :: to make a sudden movement by being surprised; to start
surséance {f} [legal] :: supersedeas
sursel {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: supersalt
surseoir {v} :: to defer, to postpone
surseoir {v} :: to stay (a penal sentence)
sur ses gardes {prep} :: on one's guard, on the alert, on the lookout
sursis {m} :: reprieve, respite
sursis {m} :: extension (e.g. of a loan)
sursitaire {adj} :: deferred (especially from military service)
sursolide {m} [obsolete, maths] :: sursolid
sursolliciter {v} :: To solicit excessively
sursolliciter {v} :: To overwork
sur son trente et un {adj} [colloquial] :: all dressed up, dolled up (to the nines)
surt. {adv} :: esp. (especially)
surtaxer {v} :: to overtax (impose too much taxation)
surtension {f} :: overvoltage
surtension {f} :: surge (electrical)
surtitre {m} :: surtitle
surtitrer {vt} :: to surtitle
surtout {adv} :: above all
surtout {adv} :: especially
surtout {m} :: surtout (overcoat)
sur toute la ligne {adv} :: totally, completely, on all counts
surtraitement {m} :: overtreatment
surtraiter {v} :: to overtreat
surtseyen {adj} :: Surtseyan
sur un coup de tête {adv} [colloquial] :: on a whim, rashly
surutilisation {f} :: overuse (excessive use)
surutiliser {v} :: to overuse
surveillance {f} :: surveillance
surveillance {f} :: supervision
surveillant {m} :: supervisor
surveillant {m} :: warden, warder
surveillant {m} :: monitor, prefect
surveillante {f} :: feminine singular of surveillant
surveiller {v} :: to monitor, to survey, to watch
survenable {adj} :: happenable
survenant {adj} :: happening, occurring
survenir {v} :: to occur
survenir {v} :: to happen unexpectedly
survenir {v} [of a person] :: to appear, arrive (unexpectedly)
survenue {f} :: occurrence
survêtement {m} :: tracksuit
survêtir {v} :: to overdress
survie {f} :: survival
survirage {f} :: oversteer
survirer {v} :: To oversteer
survitaminose {f} [pathology] :: hypervitaminosis
survitrage {m} :: Technique of adding a second pane in an old window initially with a single glazing; pane added to single glazing
survivaliste {adj} :: survivalist
survivance {f} :: relic
survivant {m} :: survivor
survivant {adj} :: surviving
survivre {vi} :: to survive
survivre {vt} [with à] :: to survive (an accident)
survivre {vt} [with à] :: to outlive
survol {m} :: flying over (act of flying over something)
survol {m} :: skim through (quick browse)
survoler {vt} :: To fly over
survoler {v} :: to skip through, to browse quickly
survoler {v} :: to fly high
survolté {adj} :: overexcited
survolté {adj} [electricity] :: overcharged
survolter {v} :: to boost (an electrical circuit)
survolter {v} :: to overexcite
sus {adv} [dated] :: up
suscarpien {adj} [anatomy] :: supercarpal
susceptibilité {f} :: susceptibility
susceptible {adj} :: likely, liable
susceptible {adj} :: huffy, thin-skinned, touchy
susciter {v} :: to stir up, fuel, evoke, suscitate
susdit {adj} :: aforementioned
susmentionné {adj} :: abovementioned
susnommé {adj} :: above-named
susorbitaire {adj} [anatomy] :: superorbital
suspect {adj} :: suspicious; suspect
suspect {m} :: a suspect
suspecté {adj} :: suspected
suspecter {vt} :: to suspect
suspendre {v} :: to suspend (hang freely)
suspendre {v} :: to suspend (temporarily cancel or expel)
suspendu {adj} :: hanging
suspens {adj} :: unresolved, outstanding
suspens {adj} [of a clergyman] :: suspended (from his duties)
suspense {f} :: suspense (state of being suspended)
suspense {m} :: suspense (emotion; feeling)
suspenseur {adj} [anatomy] :: suspensory
suspensif {adj} :: suspensive
suspensif {adj} :: suspensory
suspension {f} :: suspension (all senses)
suspensoir {m} :: jockstrap
suspicieusement {adv} :: suspiciously
suspicieux {adj} :: suspicious
suspicion {f} :: suspicion
susu {m} [colloquial] :: sweat
susurrer {vi} [usually] :: to whisper (talk quietly)
suture {f} [surgery] :: suture; stitch
suturer {vt} [surgery] :: to