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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' {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/ {prep} :: abbreviation of sur
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
sablé {adj} :: sandy
sablé {m} :: biscuit sablé, shortbread
sablage {m} :: sanding; sandblasting
sable {m} :: sand
sable {m} [tincture] :: The heraldic colour sable; black
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
saccadé {adj} :: jerky, jolty
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
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
sac à dos {m} :: backpack (bag worn on a person's back)
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
sac à main {m} :: handbag; purse
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
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
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
sacre bleu {interj} :: alternative spelling of sacrebleu
sacrebleu {interj} [dated] :: good heavens
sacredieu {interj} :: synonym of sacrebleu
sacrement {m} :: sacrament (sacred act or ceremony)
sacrer {vt} :: To crown
sacrer {vt} :: To post (nominate to a certain post or position)
sacrer {vt} [Quebec] :: whack; slam (put violently)
sacrer {vi} [Quebec] :: To swear; to run one's mouth
sacrifié {adj} :: sacrificed
sacrifié {adj} :: unimportant
sacrificateur {m} :: sacrificer
sacrificatoire {adj} :: sacrificial
sacrifice {m} :: sacrifice
sacrificiel {adj} :: sacrificial
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
sacrément {adv} :: bloody, incredibly, really
sacrosaint {adj} :: sacred
sacrosaint {adj} :: sacrosanct
sacrovertébral {adj} [anatomy] :: sacrovertebral
sac à vin {m} [colloquial] :: drunkard
Saïd {prop} {m} :: given name: Said
sadducéen {adj} :: Sadducean
Sade {prop} :: a place in France
Sade {prop} :: Marquis de Sade
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
sadète {m} :: sadet
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
saïga {m} :: saiga (antelope)
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)
Saïgon {prop} {m} [history] :: Saigon
saïgonnais {adj} [history] :: Saigonese
Saïgonnais {m} [history] :: a Saigonese
Saïgonnaise {f} :: feminine noun of Saïgonnais
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
saie {f} :: a short garment worn by ancient Persians, Romans, and Gauls in combat
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
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-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-pierre {m} :: John Dory (edible marine fish)
saint-pierre {m} :: Any of a group of other fish. See French Wikipedia for more details
Saint-Pétersbourg {prop} :: Saint Petersburg, the city in Russia
Saint-Siège {prop} {m} :: Holy See
Saint-Sylvestre {prop} {f} :: New Year's Eve
Saint-Étienne {prop} {m} :: Saint-Étienne (a city eastern central France)
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-Zotique {prop} :: A municipality near Montreal in Quebec
Saint-Zéphirin-de-Courval {prop} :: A municipality of Quebec, Canada
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
salé {adj} :: salted; salty; saline
salé {adj} :: costly (invoice)
salé {adj} :: spicy, colourful (comment)
salé {m} :: salted pork meat
Saül {prop} :: Saul
Salé {prop} :: Salé
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
salarié {adj} :: salaried, having a salary/wage
salarié {m} :: (paid) employee
salarial {adj} :: salary, wages (attributive)
salariat {m} :: salariat
salaud {m} [vulgar] :: bastard, wretch
sale {adj} :: dirty
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
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
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.)
salière {f} :: salt cellar, salt shaker (a small container designed to hold salt and facilitate sprinkling)
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 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 jeux {f} :: game room
salle de rédaction {f} :: newsroom
salle à manger {f} :: dining room
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] :: 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
salpingectomie {f} [surgery] :: salpingectomy
salpêtre {m} [chemistry] :: saltpetre (potassium nitrate)
salsepareille {f} :: sarsaparilla
salsifis {m} :: salsify
saltimbanque {m} :: street entertainer
salétin {adj} :: Of or from Salé
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)
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
séance {f} :: session
séance tenante {adv} [formal] :: right away, forthwith
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 shop
Saône {prop} {f} :: Saône (river)
Saône-et-Loire {prop} :: A department of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
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} :: incommensurable (avec (with))
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 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 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-souci {mf} :: carefree person
santé {f} :: health
santé {interj} :: cheers! (as said when drinking)
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)
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
santonine {f} [chemistry] :: santonin
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
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
saphène {adj} [anatomy] :: saphenous
saphène {f} [anatomy] :: saphenous vein
sapide {adj} [literary] :: sapid, tasty
sapidité {f} :: sapidity, tastiness
sapience {f} :: wisdom, sapience
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
sapiénique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sapienic
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] :: (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)
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} :: (preferred form) Saskatchewanian, (relatively rare) Saskatchewanite (relating to the province of Saskatchewan, Canada)
Saskatchewanais {m} :: (preferred form) Saskatchewanian, (relatively rare) 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, ] :: big fellow
sassaquois {m} [Louisiana French, ] :: noise, racket
sassaquois {m} [Louisiana French, ] :: war cry, yell
Sassari {prop} :: Sassari (province)
Sassari {prop} :: Sassari (town)
sasser {v} :: to sieve, to sift
satan {m} :: alternative form of Satan
satané {adj} [obsolete] :: satanic
satané {adj} [slang] :: damn, darn, dang
Satan {m} :: Satan
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)
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
satiété {f} :: satiety, fullness, repletion
Sato {prop} :: surname
satrapie {f} :: satrapy
saturé {adj} :: saturated
saturabilité {f} :: saturability
saturable {adj} :: saturable
saturateur {m} :: saturator
saturateur {m} :: humidifier
saturation {f} [chemistry, usually, uncountable] :: saturation
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
saulaie {f} :: salicetum
saule {m} :: willow, willow tree
saule fragile {m} :: crack willow
saule pleureur {m} :: weeping willow
saumon {m} :: salmon (fish)
saumoné {adj} :: salmon (attributive)
saumon fumé {m} :: smoked salmon
saumâtre {adj} :: salty and bitter
saumâtre {adj} [of water] :: brackish
saumâtre {adj} [of character] :: bitter
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
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 de cheval {m} [gymnastics] :: vault
saut de l'ange {phrase} :: swan dive
saut de lapin {m} :: bunny hop
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
saut à la perche {m} :: pole vault
sautoir {m} :: chain (long necklace of pearls)
sautoir {m} [heraldiccharge] :: saltire
saut périlleux {m} :: somersault
saut à ski {m} :: ski jump
saut à ski {m} :: ski jumping
Sauvé {prop} :: surname
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, offensive] Amerindian
sauvagement {adv} :: savagely, wildly
sauvagerie {f} :: savagery
sauvagesse {f} :: feminine noun of sauvage
sauvagine {f} :: waterfowl
Sauvanne {prop} :: given name, cognate to Sauvane
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
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
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
sçavoir {v} :: obsolete spelling of savoir
sçavoir {m} :: obsolete spelling of savoir
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)
saynète {f} :: sketch, playlet
sayon {m} [obsolete] :: cassock, (coarse) jacket
sayon {m} [historical] :: sagum
sébacé {adj} :: sebaceous
sébacate {m} [organic chemistry] :: sebacate
sébacique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sebacic
sébamide {f} [organic compound] :: sebamide
sébaste {m} :: rockfish
sébastianisme {m} :: Sebastianism
sébastianiste {adj} :: Sebastianist
Sébastien {prop} :: given name, cognate to Sebastian
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)
S.B.E. {abbr} :: alternative spelling of SBE
SBF {prop} {f} [business, economics, finance] :: initialism of [[]] 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
sébile {f} :: begging bowl
sbire {m} [pejorative] :: henchman
séborrhée {f} [pathology] :: seborrhea
sébum {m} :: sebum
scabieuse {f} [botany] :: scabious (plant of the genus Scabiosa)
scabieux {adj} :: scabious, mangy
sécable {adj} :: divisible
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)
scanneur {m} :: scanner
scannériser {v} :: to scan (use a scanner to input data)
scansion {f} :: scansion (act or instance of scanning poetry)
sécant {adj} :: intersecting
sécante {f} [mathematics] :: secant (trigonometric function)
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
sécateur {m} :: lopper, secateurs
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
scédasticité {f} [statistics] :: scedasticity
scédastique {adj} [statistics] :: scedastic
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)
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
scepticisme {m} :: scepticism
sceptique {mf} :: sceptic [British], skeptic [American]
sceptique {adj} :: sceptical [British], skeptical [American]
sceptiquement {adv} :: sceptically
sceptre {m} :: sceptre
sécession {f} :: secession
sécessionniste {adj} :: secessionist
sécessionniste {mf} :: secessionist
séchage {m} :: drying
schah {m} :: shah (ruler of Persia)
schako {m} :: shako
séchant {adj} :: drying
schaouch {m} :: [historical] obsolete spelling of chaouch
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
schelling {m} :: alternative form of shilling
sèchement {adv} [literally and figuratively] :: dryly
sèchement {adv} :: sharply; curtly; shortly
sécher {v} [ergative] :: to dry
sécher {v} :: 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)
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
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
Schmidt {prop} :: surname
schmilblick {m} [colloquial, jocular] :: thingummy, thingamajig
Schmitt {prop} :: surname
schmoutz {m} [slang] :: yid, kike
schénanthe {m} :: lemongrass
schnaps {m} :: schnapps
schneck {f} :: alternative spelling of chnek
Schneider {prop} :: surname
séchoir {m} :: drier, dryer (material, device)
schéol {m} :: alternative form of shéol
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-fiction {f} :: science fiction (fiction)
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
scélérat {m} :: villain, criminal, scoundrel; evildoer
scélérat {adj} :: villainous, evildoing
scélératement {adv} :: villainously
scélératesse {f} :: villainy
sclère {f} [anatomy] :: sclera
sclérosé {adj} :: sclerotic
sclérose {f} :: sclerosis
sclérose en plaques {f} :: multiple sclerosis
sclérote {m} [biology] :: sclerotium
sclérotique {adj} [anatomy] :: sclerotic
sclérotique {f} [anatomy] :: sclerotic
séclusion {f} [biology] :: seclusion (isolation of an organism as protection from aggression)
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
scénique {adj} :: pertaining to the scene, to theatre
scéniquement {adv} :: scenically
scénographe {mf} :: scenographer
scénographie {f} :: scenography
scénographique {adj} :: scenographic
scénographiquement {adv} :: scenographically
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
sécostéroïde {m} [organic chemistry] :: secosteroid
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
sécrété {adj} :: secreted
sécréter {v} [chiefly anatomy] :: to secrete
sécrétion {f} :: secretion
sécrétoire {adj} :: secretory
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
sécu {f} :: social security
sécu {f} :: state-provided medical treatment
Scud {prop} {m} :: A Scud missile
Scud {prop} {m} [colloquial] :: [figuratively] A reprimand or a verbal attack
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)
sæculier {adj} :: obsolete form of séculier
séculièrement {adv} :: secularly
sculpter {v} :: to sculpt
sculpteur {m} [arts] :: sculptor
sculptrice {f} :: feminine noun of sculpteur
sculptural {adj} :: sculptural
sculpturalement {adv} :: sculpturally
sculpture {f} :: sculpture
sécurisation {f} :: the act of securing
sécuriser {v} :: to secure (make (an area) safer)
sécuriser {v} :: to put at ease
sécurité {f} :: security, safety
sécuritaire {adj} [slightly pejorative] :: security, public safety (attributive)
scutaire {m} [historical, Ancient Rome, archaic] :: squire
scutellaire {f} :: skullcap (flowering plant)
scutellarine {f} :: scutellarin
scutiforme {adj} :: scutiform
Scythe {mf} :: Scythian
sédanoise {f} [printing, dated] :: A small size of type
sédatif {m} :: sedative (an agent or drug that sedates)
sédatif {adj} :: sedative
sédation {f} :: sedation
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
SDF {initialism} :: sans domicile fixe - homeless, without a permanent home (official French government term)
sédiment {m} :: sediment (all senses)
sédimenté {adj} :: sedimentary
sédimentaire {adj} :: sedimentary
sédimentation {f} [geology] :: sedimentation
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)
sédénion {m} [maths] :: sedenion
sédoheptulose {m} [carbohydrate] :: sedoheptulose
SDP {initialism} :: Sans Domicile Proche; that is, close to homelessness
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
sédévacantiste {adj} :: sedevacantist
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
seau {m} :: pail, bucket
se barrer {vp} [colloquial] :: to leave, to piss off
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)
sebka {f} :: alternative spelling of sebkha
sebkha {f} [geology] :: sabkha
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
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
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
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 violon {m} [music] :: second fiddle, second violin
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
secret {adj} :: secret
secret {m} :: secret
secret d'alcôve {m} :: love-secret; [loosely] pillow talk
secret de Polichinelle {m} :: open secret, secret of Polichinelle
se creuser la cervelle {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to rack one's brain, to cudgel one's brains
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 crêper le chignon {v} [colloquial, of women] :: to argue, to fight, to have a catfight, to be at each other's throats
secrété {adj} :: secreted
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
secrètement {adv} :: secretly, in secret
secréter {v} :: To felt (treat with mercury to make felt)
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)
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
se faire des films {v} [colloquial] :: 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 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} [idiom] :: to be worried sick, to be worried to death
se faire vieux {vi} :: to get on, to get old, to become old
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
se glisser dans {v} [idiomatic] :: to slip into (change one's clothes, usually into casual clothing)
segment {m} :: segment (all senses)
segmenté {adj} :: segmented
segmentaire {adj} :: segmental, segmented
segmenter {v} :: to segment
Seguin {prop} :: surname
seiche {f} :: cuttlefish
seiche {f} [hydrology] :: seiche
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 {m} [Louisiana French, rare] :: sir [borrowed from Louisiana Spanish señor]
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
seize {num} :: sixteen
seizième {adj} :: sixteenth
seizième {mf} :: sixteenth
seizièmement {adv} :: sixteenthly
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 péter {vp} [colloquial] :: to show off
sel de cuisine {m} :: cooking salt (salt added to food being cooked)
sel de table {m} :: table salt
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
semé {adj} :: dotted, riddled
semé {adj} [heraldry] :: sprinkled or sown; said of a field or charge when strewn with small charges
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
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} :: to seem, to resemble
sembler {vi} :: to appear
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)
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 d'accord {v} :: to settle on, to agree
se mettre à dos {vt} :: to antagonise someone, to get on someone's bad side
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
se mettre martel en tête {v} [idiomatic, rare] :: to worry or get obsessed about something
se mettre à table {v} :: To sit down at a table to eat
se mettre à table {v} :: To sing, to confess under interrogation
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
semiconducteur {m} [physics] :: semiconductor
semiconducteur {adj} :: semiconducting
semi-conducteur {m} :: alternative spelling of semiconducteur
semi-marathon {m} :: half marathon (a running race over the distance of 21.0975 km)
semiperméable {adj} :: semipermeable
semirigide {adj} :: semirigid
semis {m} [agriculture] :: A technique for planting seeds on a terrain
semisimple {adj} [maths] :: semisimple
semi-voyelle {f} :: semivowel (sound in speech)
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)
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
s'en donner à cœur joie {v} :: to indulge oneself to one's heart's content
s'endormir sur ses lauriers {v} [idiomatic] :: to rest on one's laurels
senestre {adj} [dated] :: (on the) left
senestre {adj} [heraldry] :: sinister; left-hand side of the shield
s'en faire accroire {v} :: to make oneself believe stories.
s'enfuir {vr} :: to flee; to run away
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)
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
sensé {adj} :: sensible, rational
sensé {adj} :: misspelling of censé
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 dessus dessous {adj} :: (turned) upside-down
sens devant derrière {adv} :: back to front
sensei {m} :: sensei (martial arts instructor)
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
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
sensément {adv} :: sensibly, rationally
sensorialité {f} [biology] :: sensoriality
sensoriel {adj} :: sensory, sensorial
sensorimoteur {adj} [anatomy] :: sensorimotor
sensorimétrique {adj} :: sensorimetric
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'en être {v} [formal, dated] :: used only in the simple past tense for s'en aller
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)
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 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
se péter la gueule {v} :: To get drunk, wasted (on drugs)
se péter la gueule {v} :: To fall over
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
septilliard {m} :: quattuordecillion
septième {adj} :: seventh
septième {mf} :: seventh
septième art {m} [idiomatic, singulare tantum] :: cinema
septièmement {adv} :: seventhly
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)
sequin {m} [money] :: zecchin, sequin
sequin {m} :: sequin
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} [idiom, 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 rendre compte {v} :: to realize, to notice, to be or become aware
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
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)
sergé {m} :: twill
sergé {m} :: serge, baize
serge {f} :: twill, serge
Serge {prop} :: given name
sergent {m} [military] :: sergeant
sergente {f} :: feminine noun of sergent
sergot {m} [dated, slang] :: sergeant
serin {m} :: bird of the species serinus, canary
se rincer l'œil {v} [colloquial] :: to get an eyeful
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
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
serpe {f} :: sickle
serpent {m} :: snake
Serpent {prop} :: Serpens (constellation)
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
serpent à sonnettes {m} :: rattlesnake
serpette {f} :: billhook
serpillière {f} :: mop or cloth for cleaning the floor
serpillère {f} :: alternative spelling of serpillière
serpolet {m} :: (wild) thyme
serré {adj} :: tight
serré {adj} [writing, etc] :: fine, cramped
serré {adj} [coffee] :: strong
serré {adj} [figuratively] :: strict, tight
serrage {m} :: tightening
serre {f} :: greenhouse, hothouse
serre {f} :: talon (of an eagle)
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)
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
serrément {adv} :: tightly
serrément {adv} :: sparingly
serrément {adv} :: stingily
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)
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 rapide par bus {m} [transport] :: bus rapid transit
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 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)
sesterpène {m} [organic chemistry] :: sesterterpene
set {m} [tennis] :: set
seta {f} :: seta
se taper la cloche {v} :: 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)
se tenir à carreau {v} [colloquial] :: to lie low, to watch one's step, to behave oneself
setier {m} :: bushel (measure)
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
se tourner les pouces {v} [figuratively, colloquial] :: to twiddle one's thumbs
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
seulement {adv} :: only
seulet {adj} :: all alone
seul à seul {phrase} :: Alone with one other person, and no one else
seum {m} [slang] :: frustration
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
sevré {adj} :: weaned
sevrage {m} :: ablactation, weaning
sevrer {v} :: to wean
sexagénaire {mf} :: sexagenarian
sexagénaire {adj} :: sexagenarian
sexagésimal {adj} :: sexagesimal
sex appeal {m} :: sex appeal
sex-appeal {m} :: sex appeal
sexdigité {adj} :: sexdigital
sexdigitaire {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
sexué {adj} :: sexed (possessing a sex)
sexué {adj} :: sexual
sexualiser {v} :: to sexualize
sexualisme {m} :: sexualism
sexualité {f} :: sexuality
sexuation {f} :: sexuation
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
séfarade {adj} :: Sephardic
sfaxien {adj} :: of or relating to Sfax, a city in Tunisia
SFR {initialism} :: a French mobile phone company
sfumato {m} [art] :: sfumato
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
ségétal {adj} :: segetal
séguedille {f} :: seguidilla
sguègue {m} [slang] :: cock (penis)
sguègue {m} [slang] :: good-for-nothing
Séguin {prop} :: surname
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)
shekel {m} :: shekel (unit of currency)
sheng {m} :: sheng
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
sherlockholmesque {adj} :: Sherlock Holmesish
sherlockien {adj} [rare] :: Sherlockian
shetland {m} :: Shetland, Shetland pony
Shéhérazade {prop} {f} :: Scheherazade (virgin storyteller)
shido {m} :: shido
shigellose {f} [disease] :: shigellosis
shiitaké {m} :: alternative spelling of shiitake
shiitake {m} :: shiitake (Lentinula edodes, an edible mushroom)
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
shéol {m} :: Sheol
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
shortstop {m} [baseball] :: shortstop
short-stop {m} :: alternative spelling of shortstop
shorty {m} :: (pair of) boyshorts, French knickers
show {m} :: (Anglicism) show
showman {m} :: showman
showroom {m} :: showroom
shrapnel {m} :: shrapnel
shrapnell {m} :: shrapnel
shérif {m} :: sheriff (all meanings)
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.
SI {prop} :: abbreviation of Système international [Système international d'unités] (the international standard metric system)
S.I. {prop} :: S.I.; synonym of SI (International System of Units)
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
si ça se trouve {phrase} [colloquial] :: maybe, perhaps
siau {m} [Louisiana French] :: bucket, pail
si besoin est {adv} :: if need be
Sibidé {prop} :: surname
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
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)
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
siècle {m} :: century (period of 100 years)
sida {m} :: AIDS
SIDA {m} :: acronym of syndrome d'immunodéficience acquise; AIDS
séide {mf} :: henchman, minion
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
sidérer {v} :: to dumbfound, flummox
sidérer {v} :: to consternate
sidérite {f} [mineralogy] :: siderite
sidérémie {f} [pathology] :: sideremia
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
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]
siège {m} :: seat, chair
siège {m} :: siege
siége {m} :: alternative form of siège
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
sigillé {adj} :: sealed (marked with a seal)
sigillaire {adj} :: sigillary
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
signalisation {f} :: signalling
signaliser {vt} :: to signalize (set up signs or signals)
signalétique {adj} :: descriptive by signs or symbols (on packaging etc)
signalétique {f} :: signage, signs
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 dur {m} [phonetics, typography] :: hard sign
signe mou {m} [phonetics, typography] :: soft sign
signer {v} :: 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)
signifié {m} [linguistics] :: signified
signifiant {adj} :: signifying
signifiant {m} [linguistics] :: signifier
significatif {adj} :: significant
significatif {adj} :: meaningful
signification {f} :: meaning; definition; signification
significativement {adv} :: significantly
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
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
siler {vi} [Quebec] :: to whistle (make a whistling noise)
silex {m} :: flint
silhouette {f} :: silhouette
silhouetter {vt} :: to silhouette, outline
silicaté {adj} :: silicated
silicate {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: silicate
silice {f} :: silica (silicon dioxide)
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
silicène {m} :: silicene
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
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
silène {m} :: campion (of the genus Silene)
silène {m} :: great banded grayling Brintesia circe
silo {m} :: silo
siloxane {m} :: siloxane
s'ils {contraction} :: si + ils
Silésie {prop} {f} :: Silesia (region)
silésien {adj} :: Silesian (of or pertaining to Silesia)
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
silylé {adj} [chemistry] :: silylated
silyle {m} [chemistry] :: silyl
simagrée {f} :: playacting
si majeur {m} :: B major
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
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
Siméon {prop} {m} :: Simeon (given name)
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
sinciput {m} [anatomy] :: sinciput
sincère {adj} :: sincere
sincèrement {adv} :: sincerely, truly
sincèrement {adv} :: honestly, sincerely
sincérité {f} :: sincerity
sinécure {f} :: sinecure
sindhi {adj} :: Sindhi (pertaining to Sindh)
sindhi {m} :: Sindhi (language)
sindonologie {f} :: sindonology (study of holy shroud)
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
sinistré {adj} :: destroyed by a natural catastrophe
sinistré {m} :: victim of a natural catastrophe
sinistralité {f} :: left-handedness, sinistrality
sinistre {adj} :: scary
sinistre {adj} :: sinister, ominous
sinistre {m} :: accident, incident
sinistre {m} :: disaster
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)
séisme {m} :: earthquake
sismicité {f} :: seismicity
sismique {adj} :: seismic
séismique {adj} :: alternative form of sismique
sismogenèse {f} :: seismogenesis
sismogramme {m} :: seismogram
sismographe {m} :: seismometer
séismographe {m} :: alternative spelling of sismographe
sismographie {f} :: seismography
sismographique {adj} :: seismographic
sismologie {f} :: seismology
séismologie {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 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
sittelle {f} :: nuthatch
sitôt que {conj} :: as soon as
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)
Sitz im Leben {m} [theology] :: Sitz im Leben, sociological setting
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 abbreviation of San Jose (a city in California)
séjour {m} :: stay, visit, sojourn
séjour {m} :: living room
séjourner {vi} :: to stay, to sojourn
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, an adapted version of nordic skiing
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
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
sleeping {m} :: sleeping car
Séleucie {prop} :: Seleucia
slibard {m} [slang] :: briefs, underpants, knickers
slicer {v} [sports] :: To slice the ball
slip {m} :: briefs (men's or women's underwear)
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 {adj} :: selenian, lunar (relating to the moon)
Sélénite {prop} {mf} :: A hypothetical 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
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
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
smartphone {m} :: smartphone
smash {m} [tennis] :: smash
smasher {v} [tennis] :: to smash
sma't {adj} [Louisiana French, ] :: smart
smectique {adj} :: smectic
smegma {m} :: smegma
sémelpare {adj} [biology] :: semelparous
sémelparité {f} [biology] :: semelparity
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)
sémillant {adj} :: vivacious, spry
sémillon {m} :: Sémillon (grape and wine)
séminaire {m} [religion] :: seminary
séminaire {m} [education] :: seminar
séminaire {m} [religion] :: sermon
séminal {adj} [physiology, biology] :: seminal
séminariste {m} :: seminarist
séminiforme {adj} [biology] :: seminiform
séminifère {adj} :: seminiferous
sémiologie {f} :: semiology (semiotics)
sémiologique {adj} :: semiological
sémiologue {mf} :: semiologist
sémioticien {m} :: semiotician (linguist specialized in semiotics)
sémiotique {adj} :: semiotic
séméiotique {adj} :: semeiotic
sémite {adj} :: Semitic
sémite {mf} :: Semite
Smith {prop} :: surname
smithsonite {f} [mineral] :: smithsonite
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
sémème {m} [linguistics] :: sememe
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
séné {m} :: senna
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)
sénarmontite {f} [mineralogy] :: senarmontite
sénat {m} :: senate
sénateur {m} :: senator
sénatorial {adj} :: senatorial
sénatrice {f} :: (femal) senator
SNCF {prop} {f} [initialism] :: [rail transport] Société nationale des chemins de fer français, the national railway company of France
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
sénescence {f} :: senescence
sénescent {adj} :: senescent
sénestre {adj} :: alternative form of senestre
sénestrogyre {adj} :: sinistrogyre
sénevé {m} :: mustard plant (technically), white mustard (Sinapis alba)
Sénégal {prop} {m} :: Senegal
sénégalais {adj} :: Senegalese
Sénégalais {prop} {m} :: A Senegalese, member or descendant of the population of from Senegal
sénégine {f} :: senegin
sniffer {v} :: to consume a drug via the nose
sénile {adj} :: senile
sénilement {adv} :: senilely
sénilité {f} :: senility
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
sénonien {adj} [geology] :: Senonian (attributive)
Sénonien {m} [geology] :: Senonian
snooker {m} :: snooker
sénoufo {m} :: Senufo
snowboard {m} :: snowboarding (sport)
snowboard {m} :: snowboard (board)
snowboardeur {m} :: snowboarder
snowboardeuse {f} :: feminine noun of snowboardeur
Sénèque {prop} {m} :: Seneca
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
sobriquet {m} :: nickname
sobriété {f} :: reservedness
sobriété {f} :: moderation
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
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
Socinien {m} :: Socinian (a member of a certain nontrinitarian Christian denomination)
socio {m} :: partner, associate
socioéconomique {adj} :: alternative form of socio-économique
socio-économique {adj} :: socio-economic
socioéconomiquement {adv} :: socioeconomically
socioculturel {adj} :: sociocultural
sociodicée {f} :: A justification of society being organized the way it is; a sociodicy
sociodramatique {adj} :: sociodramatic
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
société {f} :: society
société {f} :: company
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 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 à maison {f} :: house society
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} :: Socrates (Greek philosopher)
socratique {adj} :: Socratic
socratiquement {adv} :: Socratically
socratiser {v} :: To sodomise
sodé {adj} :: soda (attributive)
soda {m} :: soda [any carbonated drink]
soda club {m} :: club soda
sodalité {f} :: sodality
soda mousse {m} :: cream soda (vanilla soda)
soda tonique {m} :: tonic water
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
soeurette {f} :: nonstandard spelling of sœurette
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
soigné {adj} :: immaculate (of clothes, etc.); well-manicured (nails)
soigné {adj} :: carefully made, well produced
soigné {adj} :: meticulous (of work, etc.)
soignable {adj} :: treatable (chiefly of a medical complaint: able to be treated)
soignant {m} :: caregiver
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
soûl {adj} :: alternative spelling of soul
solaire {adj} [astronomy] :: solar (relative to the sun)
soléaire {m} [anatomy] :: soleus
solanacée {f} :: Any plant of the family Solanaceae
solanée {f} :: nightshade or any other member of the order Solanaceae
Solange {prop} :: given name
soûlard {m} [pejorative] :: drunk; drunkard; toper
soûlarde {f} :: feminine noun of soûlard
solarimètre {m} :: solarimeter
solariser {vt} :: to solarize
solarium {m} :: solarium
solarium {m} [metonymy] :: sunbed, tanning bed
solécisme {m} :: solecism, solœcism
solœcisme {m} :: alternative form of solécisme
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
soleil {m} :: sun (star)
Soleil {prop} {m} :: the Sun
soleil de minuit {m} :: midnight sun
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
soûler {v} :: alternative spelling of souler
soûlerie {f} :: bender (drunken binge)
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
Solène {prop} :: given name, variant of Solange
solénoïde {m} :: solenoid
solo {m} [music] :: solo
soûlographie {f} :: drunkenness
solstice {m} [astronomy] :: solstice
solstice d'hiver {m} :: winter solstice
solstice d'été {m} :: summer solstice
solsticial {adj} [astronomy] :: solstitial
solubilisé {adj} :: solubilized
solubilisation {f} :: solubilization
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} :: 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
solvaté {adj} [chemistry] :: solvated
solvatation {f} [chemistry] :: solvation
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
sonné {adj} :: groggy
sonné {adj} :: shattered
sonné {adj} [colloquial] :: nuts, barmy
sonnaille {f} :: cowbell
sonnant {adj} :: resonant
sonner {v} :: to sound
sonner {v} :: to ring
sonnerie {f} :: ringing (sound of a bell)
sonnerie {f} :: alarm, alarm clock
sonnerie {f} :: ringtone
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
São Paulo {prop} {m} :: São Paulo (placename)
São Paulo {prop} {m} :: São Paulo (placename)
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
sophistiqué {adj} :: sophisticated
sophistique {adj} :: sophistical
sophistiquement {adv} :: sophistically
sophistiquer {v} :: to sophisticate
Sophocle {prop} {m} :: Sophocles (Greek dramatic poet)
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
sorboniste {m} :: Sorbonist
sorcellerie {f} :: sorcery, witchcraft
sorcier {m} :: sorcerer, magician, warlock
sorcière {f} :: witch
sordide {adj} :: sordid
sordide {adj} :: squalid
sordide {adj} :: sleazy
sordidement {adv} :: sordidly
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
sorélien {adj} :: Of or from Sorel-Moussel
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
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 placard {v} :: to come out of the closet, reveal one's homosexuality
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
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)
sotériologie {f} :: soteriology (study of salvation)
sotériologique {adj} :: soteriological
sotte {f} :: feminine noun of sot
sottement {adv} :: foolishly
sottise {f} :: stupidity, foolishness
sottisier {m} :: sottisier
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)
sou- {prefix} :: alternative form of sous-
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)
soudé {adj} :: soldered
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)
souder {v} :: to solder
soudeur {m} :: welder
soudeuse {f} :: welding machine
soudoyer {vt} :: to bribe
soudure {f} :: welding (process of welding)
soufflé {m} :: soufflé
soufflage {m} :: blowing
soufflage {m} :: glassblowing
souffle {m} :: blow (act of expeling air from the mouth)
souffle {m} :: blow (movement of wind)
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)
soufré {adj} [chemistry] :: sulphurous
soufre {m} :: sulfur
soufrer {v} :: to sulfate/sulphate
soufrière {f} :: sulfur mine
souhait {m} :: wish (desire; aspiration)
souhaitable {adj} :: desirable
souhaitablement {adv} :: desirably
souhaiter {v} :: to wish (for); to hope (for)
souillé {adj} :: dirty, sullied, fouled
souillarde {f} :: scullery
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
Séoul {prop} {f} :: Seoul
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
soularde {f} :: feminine noun of soulard
soulas {m} [obsolete] :: solace
souler {vt} :: to get (someone) drunk
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
souler {vr} :: to consume excessively of something; to gorge oneself on something
souler {vt} [slang] :: to exasperate
soulerie {f} :: alternative form of soûlerie
souleur {f} [archaic, literary] :: pang of anxiety; fright, start
soulevant {adj} :: rousing
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)
souloir {v} [obsolete] :: To be in the habit of
soulte {f} [law] :: A payment made to balance an account
soulèvement {m} :: the act of raising, the act of lifting up
soulèvement {m} :: revolt, uprising
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
soupe {f} :: soup
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
soupion {m} :: baby octopus (when cooked as food)
soupir {m} :: sigh
soupir {m} [music] :: quarter note rest
soupirail {m} :: spiracle
soupirant {m} :: suitor, wooer
soupière {f} :: tureen (broad deep serving dish for soup or stew)
soupirer {v} :: to sigh
souple {adj} :: supple
souple {adj} :: yielding
souplement {adv} :: supplely
souplement {adv} :: yieldingly
souplesse {f} :: suppleness
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)
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
sourcé {adj} :: sourced
source {f} :: source, spring (of water)
sourcer {v} :: To source (provide a source for)
sourcer {v} [rare] :: to emerge, to spring
sourcier {m} :: dowser, water diviner
sourcil {m} :: eyebrow
sourcilier {adj} :: eyebrow (attributive)
sourciller {vi} :: to frown
sourcilleusement {adv} :: fussily
sourcilleux {adj} :: fussy, finicky
sourcilleux {adj} :: beetle-browed
sourcière {f} :: feminine noun of sourcier
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 {prep} :: below, under
sous- {prefix} :: sub-; 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-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-groupe {m} :: subgroup
sous-jacent {adj} :: underlying
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-titré {adj} :: subtitled
sous-titrage {m} :: subtitling
sous-titre {m} :: subtitle
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
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)
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]
soutènement {m} :: support
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
sépale {m} [botany] :: sepal
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
séparabilité {f} :: separability
séparable {adj} :: separable
sparadrap {m} :: bandage
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
spare {m} :: A fish of the superorder Acanthopterygii
spare {m} [bowling] :: a spare
séparer {v} :: to separate
séparer {v} :: to split up, to cause to come apart
spargose {f} [anatomy] :: spargosis
séparément {adv} :: separately
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
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
spatialisé {adj} :: spatialized
spatialisation {f} :: spatialization
spatialité {f} :: spatiality
spatialité {f} :: spaciousness
spationaute {mf} :: spationaut, astronaut
spatiotemporel {adj} :: spatiotemporal
spatule {f} :: spatula (kitchen utensil)
spatule {f} [colloquial] :: ski
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
spécifié {adj} :: specified
spécification {f} :: specification
spécificité {f} :: specificity
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
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
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
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
speech {m} :: An informal speech
speed {m} :: speed (amphetamine)
speedé {adj} [colloquial] :: hyper
speedé {adj} :: speeded up
speirochorie {f} [biology] :: speirochory
spencer {m} :: spencer (garment)
spergulaire {f} :: sandspurry or similar salt-tolerant plant of the genus Spergularia
spermatique {adj} :: spermatic
spermatogenèse {f} :: spermatogenesis
spermatozoïde {m} :: spermatozoon, sperm, sperm cell
spermatozoide {m} :: alternative form of spermatozoïde
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
sphaigne {f} :: sphagnum, peat moss
sphalérite {f} [mineral] :: sphalerite
sépharade {adj} :: alternative form of séfarade
sphincter {m} [anatomy] :: sphincter
sphingolipide {m} [biochemistry] :: sphingolipid
sphingomyéline {m} [organic chemistry] :: sphingomyelin
sphinx {m} :: sphinx
sphène {m} [mineralogy] :: sphene
sphénique {adj} [maths] :: sphenic
sphénoïdal {adj} [anatomy] :: sphenoidal
sphénoïde {adj} :: sphenoid
sphère {f} [geometry] :: sphere
sphère {f} [figuratively] :: sphere, area
-sphère {suffix} :: -sphere
sphère armillaire {f} :: armillary sphere
sphéricité {f} :: sphericity
sphérique {adj} :: spherical, spheric
sphériquement {adv} :: spherically
sphéroïdal {adj} :: spheroidal
sphéroïde {m} :: spheroid
sphæroïde {m} :: obsolete form of sphéroïde
sphéroïdique {adj} :: synonym of sphéroïdal
sphéroforme {mf} [geometry] :: spheroform
sphéromètre {m} :: spherometer
sphérulite {f} [mineralogy] :: spherulite
sphygmique {adj} :: sphygmic
sphygmomanomètre {m} :: sphygmomanometer
spi {m} [nautical] :: spinnaker
sépia {m} :: sepia
sépia {adj} :: sepia
spic {m} :: Spike lavender
spin {m} [physics] :: spin
spinal {adj} [anatomy] :: spinal
spinelle {m} [mineralogy] :: 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
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
splif {m} :: joint, spliff (marijuana cigarette)
splitté {adj} :: split, divided
splénique {adj} [anatomy] :: splenic, splenetic
spéléologie {f} :: speleology, caving
spéléologique {adj} :: speleological (pertaining to the exploration of caves)
spéléologue {mf} :: speleologist (person who studies caves)
spéléothème {m} :: speleothem
SPM {m} :: PMS (premenstrual syndrome), PMT
spodumène {m} [mineralogy] :: 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
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
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
sépulcral {adj} :: sepulchral
sépulcre {m} :: sepulchre (burial chamber)
sépulture {f} :: sepulture
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
séquanien {adj} :: Relating to the Seine
séquanien {adj} :: Sequanian
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
squatteur {m} :: a squatter
squatteuse {f} :: feminine singular of squatteur
squattériser {v} :: to squat, to illegally occupy a place
squaw {f} :: squaw [not pejorative in French], Native American woman
squelette {m} [anatomy] :: skeleton
squelettique {adj} :: skeletal
séquelle {f} :: sequela
séquelle {f} :: relapse
séquelle {f} :: after-effect
séquençage {m} [genetics, computing] :: sequencing
séquencé {adj} :: sequenced
séquence {f} :: sequence (set of things in a set order)
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)
squille {f} :: mantis crab
squirre {m} :: alternative spelling of squirrhe
squirrhe {m} :: hard tumour
séquoia {m} :: sequoia
sûr {adj} :: sure, certain
sûr {adj} :: trustworthy
sûr {adj} :: safe
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
SRB {m} [transportation] :: initialism of service rapide par bus BRT (bus rapid transit)
SRC {initialism} :: Societé Radio du Canada, a French language network
sûrement {adv} :: surely, certainly
sûrement {adv} :: probably
sérendipité {f} :: serendipity (the state of discovery, by accident, of things not sought)
sérendipiteusement {adv} :: serendipitously
sérendipiteux {adj} :: serendipitous
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
séreux {adj} [biology] :: serous
sérié {adj} :: seriate
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
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)
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
sérimètre {m} :: serimeter
sérine {f} [amino acid] :: serine
sérique {adj} :: serous
sérénade {f} :: serenade
sérénader {v} :: to serenade
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
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
sérum {m} :: serum (all senses)
sérum physiologique {m} :: saline solution, isotonic solution
sérumthérapie {f} :: serum therapy
s/s {prep} :: abbreviation of sous
sésame {m} :: sesame (plant, seed)
sésame {m} :: hint
sésamoïde {adj} [anatomy] :: sesamoid
sésamoïde {m} [anatomy] :: sesamoid
sésamoïdien {adj} [anatomy] :: sesamoidal
ssi {abbr} [maths, logic] :: iff
séséli {m} :: Any plant of the genus Seseli
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)
stabilisé {adj} :: stabilized
stabilisable {adj} :: stabilizable or stabilisable
stabilisant {adj} :: stabilizing
stabilisateur {adj} :: stabilizing
stabilisateur {m} :: stabilizer
stabilisation {f} :: stabilisation/stabilization
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
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
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)
stéarate {m} [organic chemistry] :: stearate
stéaridonique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: stearidonic
starifier {vt} :: to make (someone) into a star
stéarine {f} [organic compound] :: stearine
stéarique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: stearic
starisation {f} [colloquial] :: Making into a star
stariser {vt} :: to make [somebody] a star
starlette {f} :: starlet (young promising actress)
stéarone {f} [organic compound] :: stearone
stéaroptène {f} :: stearoptene
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
stathouder {m} :: stadtholder
station {f} :: station
station d'accueil {f} :: docking station (piece of hardware)
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)
stéatite {f} [mineral] :: soapstone
statocyste {m} [biology] :: statocyst
stato mixte {m} :: alternative form of statomixte
statomixte {m} [aviation] :: a combined-cycle aeroengine that has a ramjet and a scramjet mode of operation
stato-mixte {m} :: alternative form of statomixte
stéatopyge {adj} :: steatopygous (having fat buttocks)
statoréacteur {m} :: ramjet
statère {m} :: stater (currency of Ancient Greece)
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
stœchiologie {f} [logic] :: stoichiology
stœchiométrie {f} [chemistry] :: stoichiometry
stœchiométrique {adj} [chemistry] :: stoichiometric
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
Sète {prop} :: A town in the Hérault department of Languedoc-Roussillon
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
steinérien {adj} :: Steinerian
stellaire {adj} :: stellar
stellaire {f} :: stellaria
stellarator {f} [physics] :: stellarator
stellifier {v} :: to stellify
stelliforme {adj} [biology] :: stelliform
stentor {m} :: stentor
steppe {f} :: steppe
stercoraire {adj} :: stercoraceous
stercoraire {m} :: skua
sternal {adj} :: sternal
sternébré {adj} [anatomy] :: sternebral
sterne {f} :: tern (bird)
sterne caugek {f} :: sandwich tern
sternum {m} :: sternum, breastbone
stertoreux {adj} :: stertorous
steward {m} :: steward
STF {initialism} [initialism] :: "sous-titres français" — French subtitles (FST)
stéganographie {f} :: steganography
stéganographique {adj} :: steganographic
stéganographiquement {adv} :: steganographically
stégosaure {m} :: stegosaur (dinosaur)
stéhéline {f} :: A type of thistle of the genus Staehelina
stibié {adj} :: antimoniated
Sétif {prop} :: A city in eastern Algeria
sétifien {adj} :: Of or from Sétif
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
stigmatisé {adj} :: stigmatized, marked with stigmata
stigmatisé {mf} :: stigmatic, person marked with Christ's stigmata
stigmatisation {f} :: stigmatization
stigmatisation {f} :: outcasting, harsh criticism
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
s'étirer les jambes {v} [idiomatic] :: to stretch one's legs
stèle {f} :: stele (monument)
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
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
stochastique {adj} :: stochastic (random)
stochastiquement {adv} :: stochastically
stoïcien {adj} :: stoic
stoïcien {adj} :: Stoic
stoïcien {m} :: Stoic
stoïcisme {m} :: stoicism
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
stoechiométrie {f} :: alternative form of stœchiométrie
sétois {adj} :: Of or from Sète
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
séton {m} :: seton
stone {adj} :: stoned (high on drugs)
stool {mf} [Canada, slang, derogatory] :: A denouncer or whistleblower; a stoolie
stop {m} :: stop sign
stop {m} :: hitchhiking
stop américain {m} :: rolling stop
stopper {v} [colloquial] :: to stop
stoppeur {n} :: closer (type of relief pitcher)
stoïque {mf} :: stoic
stoïque {adj} :: stoic, stoical
stoïquement {adv} :: stoically
store {m} :: blind, shade (for a window)
storiste {mf} :: blind / awning manufacturer or seller
storytelling {m} :: storytelling
stp {interj} :: abbreviation of s'il te plaît
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
strabisme {m} :: strabismus (a defect of vision)
stéradian {m} :: steradian
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
stère {m} [dated] :: cubic metre
streaming {m} :: streaming
strelitzie {f} :: strelitzia
streptococcique {adj} :: streptococcal
streptocoque {m} :: streptococcus (bacteria)
streptosolen {m} :: marmalade bush (of genus Streptosolen)
stérer {v} :: to measure in cubic metres
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
strié {adj} :: striated
strié {adj} :: ribbed
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
strier {vt} :: to streak, stripe
strier {vt} [geology] :: to striate
strike {m} [bowling] :: a strike
striker {v} [bowling] :: to strike
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
string {m} :: G-string, thong, tanga
strioscopique {adj} :: strioscopic
striptease {m} :: striptease
stripteaseur {m} :: stripper
stripteaseuse {f} :: feminine noun of stripteaseur
strip-teaseuse {f} :: female stripper
stérique {adj} [chemistry] :: steric
stériquement {adv} :: sterically
striure {f} :: streak
striure {f} :: streaking
stéréo {adj} :: stereo
strobophotographie {f} :: strobophotography
stroboscope {m} :: stroboscope
stroboscopie {f} :: stroboscopy
stroboscopique {adj} :: stroboscopic
stéréochimie {f} [chemistry] :: stereochemistry
stéréochimique {adj} :: stereochemical
stéroïde {m} [organic chemistry] :: steroid
stéroïde {adj} :: steroidal
stéréodescripteur {m} [chemistry] :: stereodescriptor
stéroïdien {adj} :: steroidal
stéréogène {adj} [chemistry] :: stereogenic
stéréographie {f} :: stereography
stéréographique {adj} :: stereographic
stéréographiquement {adv} :: stereographically
stéréoisomère {m} [chemistry] :: stereoisomer
stérol {m} [organic chemistry] :: sterol
stromatolite {m} :: stromatolite
stromatolithe {m} :: alternative form of stromatolite
strombe {m} :: strombus
strombolien {adj} :: Strombolian
stéréométrique {adj} :: stereometric
strontiane {m} [inorganic compound] :: strontia (SrO)
strontique {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: strontic
strontium {m} :: strontium
strophe {f} [poetry] :: stanza
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
structuré {adj} :: structured
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
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
Stésichore {prop} {m} :: Stesichorus
stéthoscope {m} :: stethoscope (medical instrument)
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
stupeur {f} :: stupor, amazement, astonishment, stupefaction, wonder
stupéfaction {f} :: amazement
stupéfait {adj} :: dumbfounded (shocked and speechless)
stupéfiant {adj} :: stupefying
stupéfiant {m} :: narcotic
stupéfier {v} :: to stupify, amaze
stupide {adj} :: stupid
stupidement {adv} :: stupidly
stupidité {f} :: stupidity
stupre {m} [literary] :: debauchery
stylé {adj} :: elegant, stylish
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
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
styloïde {f} [anatomy] :: styloid
stylographe {m} [obsolete] :: a pen
stylographique {adj} :: stylographic
stylomine {m} :: A combined pen and pencil
stylométrie {f} :: stylometry
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
subdiviser {vt} :: to subdivide
subdésertique {adj} :: semiarid, semidesert
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
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
sublétal {adj} :: sublethal
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
sub-micronique {adj} :: submicronic
submicroscopique {adj} :: submicroscopic
submillimétrique {adj} :: submillimetric
submoléculaire {adj} :: submolecular
submétacentrique {adj} [genetics] :: submetacentric
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
subordonner {vt} :: to subordinate (to)
subordonnément {adv} :: subordinately
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
subpœna {m} :: alternative form of subpoena
subpoena {m} [Canadian and US law] :: subpoena
subérate {m} :: suberate
subreptice {adj} :: surreptitious, furtive
subrepticement {adv} :: surreptitiously (in a surreptitious manner)
subérine {f} :: suberin, suberine
subérique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: suberic
subroger {v} :: to subrogate
subérone {f} [organic compound] :: suberone
subsaharien {adj} :: sub-Saharan
subsannation {f} [obsolete, literary] :: derision; mockery
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
subséquemment {adv} :: subsequently
subséquent {adj} :: subsequent
substance {f} :: substance
substantialisme {m} :: substantialism
substantiel {adj} :: substantial
substantiellement {adv} :: substantially
substantif {adj} [grammar] :: substantive
substantif {m} [grammar] :: substantive
substantifique {adj} :: substantive
substantivé {adj} :: nominalized
substantivation {f} :: nominalization
substantivement {adv} :: substantively
substantiver {v} :: to substantivise, nominalize
substitué {adj} :: substituted
substituable {adj} :: substitutable
substituant {m} [chemistry] :: substituent
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
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
succès {m} :: success
succès {m} [gaming] :: achievement
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
sucré {adj} :: sugared; with sugar
sucré {adj} :: sweet
sucre {m} :: sugar
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 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
suède {m} :: suede (type of leather)
Suède {prop} {f} :: Sweden
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)
suédine {f} :: imitation suede
sudiste {adj} :: southern
sudiste {mf} :: Southerner (someone from the south)
suédois {m} :: Swedish, the Swedish language
suédois {adj} :: Swedish
Suédois {m} :: male Swedish person
Suédoise {f} :: feminine noun of Suédois
sudoku {m} [games, puzzles] :: sudoku
suédophone {adj} :: Swedish-speaking
suédophone {mf} :: Swedophone (Swedish-speaker)
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)
suer {v} :: to sweat
suer comme un bœuf {v} [simile, colloquial] :: to sweat like a pig
suette {f} :: sweating sickness
sueur {f} :: sweat, perspiration
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)
suggestif {adj} :: suggestive
suggestion {f} :: suggestion; proposal
suggestion {f} :: suggestion (psychology, etc.)
suggestivité {f} :: suggestiveness
suggestopédie {m} :: suggestopedia
suggérer {v} :: to suggest, propose
suggérer {v} :: to evoke, suggest
suicidé {m} :: suicide, someone who has committed suicide
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
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
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)
sujet {adj} :: subject
sujet {m} [grammar] :: subject
sujet {m} :: subject (topic, theme)
sujétion {f} :: subjection
sujétion {f} :: constraint
sulciforme {adj} :: sulciform
sulfacide {m} [chemistry] :: sulfacid
sulfacétique {adj} [organic chemistry] :: sulfacetic
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
sulfuré {adj} :: sulfuretted
sulfure {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: sulfide / sulphide
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
summum {m} :: summit, apogee, acme
sumo {m} :: sumo
sumo {m} :: sumotori
sumoyler {v} [organic chemistry] :: To SUMOylate
sumérien {adj} :: Sumerian
sumérien {m} :: Sumerian
Sumérien {m} :: Sumerian person
Sumérienne {f} :: feminine noun of Sumérien
sunnisme {m} :: Sunni (a branch of Islam)
sunnite {adj} [Islam] :: Sunni, Sunnite
sunnite {mf} [Islam] :: Sunni, Sunnite
suçoir {m} :: proboscis
suçon {m} :: hickey, love bite
suçon {m} [Canada] :: lollipop
suçoter {vt} :: to suck (out)
super {adj} :: superb, great
super {adv} [colloquial] :: extremely, very (as an intensifier)
super {interj} :: great, fantastic
super {v} [regional] :: to suck, to sip
super- {prefix} :: super-, over-
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
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
superfamille {f} [taxonomy] :: superfamily
superfécondation {m} [biology] :: superfecundation
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
superfétation {f} [biology] :: superfetation
superfétatoire {adj} :: superfluous
supergéante {f} [astronomy] :: supergiant
super-héros {m} :: superhero
superlatif {m} [grammar] :: superlative
superlatif {adj} [grammar] :: superlative
superlatif {adj} :: superlative (the best)
superlativement {adv} :: superlatively
superlentille {f} :: superlens
superléger {adj} :: superlight
superléger {m} [boxing] :: super lightweight
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
supernova {f} :: supernova
supernœud {m} [maths] :: supernode
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
superplasticité {f} :: superplasticity
superplastique {adj} :: superplastic
superposé {adj} :: superimposed
superposable {adj} :: superposable
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)
superpétrolier {m} :: supertanker
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
supertendre {adj} [motorsports] :: supersoft; more tendre than tendre, less tendre than ultratendre
supertendre {adj} :: supertender; more tendre than tendre, less tendre than hypertendre
supertendre {m} [motorsports] :: supersoft; ellipsis of pneu supertendre
supertéléphone {m} [rare] :: smartphone
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
suppléance {f} :: replacement
suppléance {f} :: stand in
supplanté {adj} :: supplanted
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
supplanter {vt} :: to supplant
suppléer {v} :: to supply
suppléer {v} :: to replace
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
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
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
supporteur {m} :: supporter (adherent, someone who supports)
supporteuse {f} :: supporter (female supporter)
supportrice {f} :: supporter (female)
supportérisme {m} [sports] :: The behaviour of supporters of a team, especially when excessive or fanatical
supposable {adj} :: supposable
supposer {v} :: to suppose, to think, to reckon, to surmise
supposer {v} :: to suggest, to imply
supposition {f} :: supposition
suppositoire {m} :: suppository
supposément {adv} :: supposedly
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
suppôt {m} [literary] :: a subversive, an underling, a henchman
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
supérette {f} :: minimarket, grocery store
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
suprémacisme {m} :: supremacism
suprémaciste {adj} :: supremacist
suprémaciste {mf} :: supremacist
suprématie {f} :: supremacy
suprême {adj} :: supreme
suprême {adj} :: last
suprêmement {adv} :: supremely
sœur {f} :: sister
sœur {f} [Christianity] :: nun
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
sur- {prefix} :: over, on top of
sur- {prefix} :: over- (excessive; excessively; too much)
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
suralimenté {adj} :: supercharged
suralimentation {f} :: overfeeding; overeating
suralimentation {f} :: supercharging
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
surchargé {adj} :: surcharged
surchargé {adj} :: overcrowded; overladen
surcharge {f} :: overloading
surcharge {f} [object-oriented] :: overloading
surcharger {vt} :: to overcharge
surcharger {vt} :: to overload, overburden, overcrowd
surcharger {vt} :: to surcharge
surchauffé {adj} :: overheated
surchauffe {f} :: overheating
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
surcoût {m} [both literally and figuratively] :: an overhead, supplement, additional cost
surcoté {adj} :: overpriced
surcouche {f} [computing] :: add-on, plug-in
surcouper {vt} :: to overtrump
surcout {m} :: alternative form of surcoût
surcritique {adj} [ohysics] :: supercritical
surcroît {m} :: Something that is added; an addition
surcuire {v} :: to overcook (to cook for too long)
surdensité {f} :: overcrowding
surédifier {v} :: to build on top of
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
sureffectif {m} :: overmanning, overstaffing
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
surestimation {f} :: overestimation
surestimer {v} :: to overestimate
sureté {f} :: alternative form of sûreté
sœurette {f} [colloquial, affectionate] :: little sister; sis
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)
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
surgelé {adj} :: deep-frozen
surgeler {v} :: to deep-freeze
surgeon {m} [botany] :: sprout
surgeon {m} :: offspring
surgir {vi} :: to emerge or appear; to crop up
surgir {vi} :: to arise or stand up
surgélateur {m} :: freezer
surgélation {f} :: freezing
surgénérateur {m} :: fast breeder (reactor)
surgénération {f} [physics] :: breeding (of a nuclear reactor)
surgénération {f} :: overgeneration
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 cul {adj} [colloquial, somewhat, vulgar] :: floored, flabbergasted, flummoxed
sur le fil {adv} :: just in time, in the nick of time
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
sur le qui-vive {prep} :: on the alert
sur les chapeaux de roue {adv} :: off to a flying start
sur le tard {prep} [colloquial] :: late in life
sur le tas {prep} :: on-the-job, on the job
surélever {v} :: to increase the height of, raise
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
surélévation {f} :: raising, lifting (increase in height)
surmaturé {adj} :: overripe [of grapes for winemaking]
surmaturation {f} :: Extended maturation (of grapes for winemaking)
surmédiatisation {f} :: excessive media coverage [relative to the importance of the subject]
surmenage {m} :: overwork
surmener {v} :: to overwork
suréminent {adj} :: supereminent
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
suroscillation {f} :: undamped oscillation
suroît {m} :: southwest
suroît {m} :: southwester (wind)
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
surpiqûre {f} :: alternative form of surpiqure
surpiquer {vt} :: to overstitch
surpiqure {f} :: overstitching
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
suréquipé {adj} :: overequipped
surréalisme {m} :: surrealism (all meanings)
surréaliste {adj} :: surrealist
surrection {f} :: upheaval
surrection {f} [geology] :: uplift
surréel {adj} :: surreal
surréel {m} [maths] :: surreal number
surrelaxation {f} [maths] :: overrelaxation
surreprésentation {f} :: overrepresentation
surreprésenter {v} :: to overrepresent
surrégime {m} :: over-revving
surrégénérateur {adj} [physics] :: breeder (attributive, of a nuclear reactor)
surrégénération {f} :: synonym of surgénération
surrisque {m} :: An increased risk
surrénal {adj} [anatomy] :: suprarenal
surréservation {f} :: overbooking
surséance {f} [legal] :: supersedeas
sursaturé {adj} :: supersaturated
sursaturer {vt} :: to supersaturate
sursaut {m} :: somersault
sursauter {vi} :: to make a sudden movement by being surprised; to start
sursel {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: supersalt
surseoir {v} :: to defer, to postpone
surseoir {v} :: to stay (a penal sentence)
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
surévaluation {f} :: overvaluing, overvaluation
surévaluer {v} :: to overrate, overstate
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
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
survêtement {m} :: tracksuit
survêtir {v} :: to overdress
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
susurrer {vi} [usually] :: to whisper (talk quietly)
suête {m} [Acadian] :: southeast; contraction of sud-est
suête {m} [Acadian] :: southeasterly
suture {f} [surgery] :: suture; stitch
suturer {vt} [surgery] :: to sew up, stitch up, suture
SUV {m} [proscribed] :: SUV; synonym of VUS (véhicule utilitaire sport)
suyure {v} :: obsolete spelling of suivre
Suzanne {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate to English Susan
Suzanne {prop} {f} [biblical character] :: Susanna
suzerain {m} :: suzerain
suzerain {adj} :: suzerain (attributive)
suzeraineté {f} :: suzerainty
s'évanouir dans la nature {vp} :: To vanish, disappear without a trace, usually to hide or flee something
svastika {m} :: swastika
sève {f} [botany] :: sap
sève {f} [figuratively] :: sap, vital essence, life
svelte {adj} :: thin; slender
sveltesse {f} :: slenderness, slimness
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
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
s. v. p. {phrase} :: synonym of SVP
svp {phrase} :: alternative case form of SVP
s.v.p. {phrase} :: synonym of SVP
S. V. P. {phrase} :: synonym of SVP
SVP {phrase} :: initialism of s'il vous plaît (pleaselit. if it pleases you) (formal or plural)
S.V.P. {phrase} :: synonym of SVP
sévère {adj} :: severe, harsh
sévère {adj} :: strict
sévèrement {adv} :: severely
sévèrement {adv} :: strictly; harshly
Sèvres {prop} :: Sèvres
sévérité {f} :: severity
swahili {m} :: Swahili (language)
swahili {adj} :: Swahili
swati {m} :: Swati (language)
swazi {adj} :: Swati, Swazi (relating to Swaziland)
Swazi {m} :: Swati, Swazi (person)
Swazie {f} :: feminine noun of Swazi
sweat {m} :: sweatshirt
sweat-shirt {m} :: sweatshirt (loose shirt)
swing {m} :: swing all senses
swinguer {v} :: to swing (dance)
switch {adj} [skiing, snowboarding] :: switch
s'y {contraction} :: se + y
sybarite {adj} :: related to Sybaris
sybarite {adj} :: soft, effeminate, living in pleasure and luxury
sybarite {m} :: sybarite, person devoted to pleasure and luxury
sybaritique {adj} :: Sybaritic
sybaritisme {m} :: sybaritism
s'y casser les dents {v} [idiomatic] :: To come up against a brick wall
s'y connaître {v} [colloquial] :: [en] to know about something, to have a good knowledge of something
sycophante {m} :: informer (for money)
Sydney {prop} :: Sydney (in Australia)
Sydney {prop} :: Sydney (in Canada)
syli {m} :: syli (former currency of Guinea)
syllabe {f} :: syllable
syllabique {adj} :: syllabic
syllabiquement {adv} :: syllabically
syllepse {f} :: syllepsis (figure of speech)
syllogiser {v} :: To infer by means of syllogisms; to syllogize
syllogisme {m} :: A syllogism (inference from premises)
syllogistique {adj} :: syllogistic
sylphe {m} :: sylph (the elemental being of air)
Sylvain {prop} :: given name, equivalent to the English-language Silvanus
Sylvaine {prop} :: given name, feminine form of Sylvain
sylvaner {m} :: sylvaner (grape)
sylvaner {m} :: sylvaner (wine)
sylve {f} [literary, poetic] :: forest; woods
Sylvestre {prop} :: given name
Sylvette {prop} :: given name
Sylvia {prop} {f} :: given name
Sylviane {prop} :: given name
sylviculteur {m} :: forester; sylviculturist
sylvicultrice {f} :: feminine noun of sylviculteur
sylviculture {f} :: forestry
Sylvie {prop} :: given name
sylvien {adj} :: sylvian, Sylvian
sylvine {f} [mineral] :: sylvite
sylvine {f} :: orange swift (moth)
sym- {prefix} :: variant of syn-, used before labials
symbionte {m} [biology] :: symbiont
symbiose {f} :: symbiosis (relationship of mutual benefit)
symbiote {m} :: symbiote, symbiont
symbiotique {adj} :: symbiotic
symbiotiquement {adv} :: symbiotically
symbole {m} :: symbol (all meanings)
symbolique {adj} :: symbolic
symboliquement {adv} :: symbolically
symbolisé {adj} :: symbolized
symboliser {v} :: to symbolize (to be symbolic of; to represent)
symboliste {adj} :: symbolist
symboliste {mf} :: symbolist
sympa {adj} [colloquial] :: nice, likeable
sympa {adj} [colloquial] :: attractive
sympathectomie {f} [surgery] :: sympathectomy
sympathie {f} :: sympathy
sympathique {adj} :: nice, kind, friendly, likeable
sympathiquement {adv} :: sympathetically (demonstrating a sharing in the feelings of others)
sympathiquement {adv} :: kindly, nicely
sympathisant {m} :: sympathizer
sympathisant {adj} :: sympathetic
sympathiser {v} :: to hit it off
sympatholytique {adj} :: sympatholytic
sympathomimétique {adj} :: sympathomimetic
sympatoche {adj} [slang] :: synonym of sympathique
sympatrie {f} [biology] :: sympatry
sympatrique {adj} [biology] :: sympatric
symphonie {f} :: symphony
symphonie {f} :: harmonious combination
symphoniette {f} :: sinfonietta, symphoniette (small symphony)
symphonique {adj} :: symphonic
symphoniste {mf} :: symphonist
symphyse {f} [anatomy] :: symphysis
symplectique {adj} :: symplectic
symplectomorphisme {m} [maths] :: symplectomorphism
symplésiomorphie {f} [biology] :: symplesiomorphy
symposium {m} :: symposium
symptôme {m} :: symptom
symptomatique {adj} :: symptomatic
symptomatiquement {adv} :: symptomatically
symptomatologie {f} :: symptomatology
symétrie {f} :: symmetry
symétrique {adj} :: symmetric, symmetrical
symétriquement {adv} :: symmetrically
synagogal {adj} :: synagogical
synagogue {f} :: synagogue
synallagmatique {adj} :: synallagmatic
synallagmatiquement {adv} :: synallagmatically
synalèphe {f} :: synalepha
synanthrope {adj} [biology] :: synanthropic
synapomorphie {f} [biology] :: synapomorphy
synapse {f} [neuroanatomy, cytology] :: synapse
synaptase {f} [chemistry] :: synaptase
synaptique {adj} :: synaptic
synarthroïdal {adj} [anatomy] :: synarthrodial
synarthrose {f} [anatomy] :: synarthrosis
syncatégorématique {adj} [maths, logic] :: syncategorematic
syncatégorème {m} [maths, logic] :: syncategorema (syncategorematic term)
synéchisme {m} :: synechism
synchondrose {f} [anatomy] :: synchondrosis
synchrone {adj} :: synchronous
synchronicité {f} :: synchronicity
synchronie {f} :: synchrony
synchronique {adj} :: synchronic
synchroniquement {adv} :: synchronically
synchronisé {adj} :: synchronized
synchronisable {adj} :: synchronizable; synchronisable
synchronisation {f} :: synchronization
synchroniser {vt} :: to synchronize/synchronise
synchroniseur {m} :: synchronizer
synchrotron {m} :: synchrotron
synécologie {f} [ecology] :: synecology
syncope {f} :: syncope, fainting
syncope {f} [phonetics] :: syncope
syncope {f} [music] :: syncope
syncoper {v} :: to syncopate
syncrétique {adj} :: syncretic
syncrétiquement {adv} :: syncretically
syncrétisme {m} :: syncretism
syncytiotrophoblaste {m} [biology] :: syncytiotrophoblast
syndesmographie {f} [anatomy] :: syndesmography
syndesmologie {f} [anatomy] :: syndesmology
syndesmose {f} [anatomy] :: syndesmosis
syndic {m} :: a syndic
syndical {adj} :: syndical
syndicalisation {f} :: unionization
syndicaliser {v} :: to unionize
syndicalisme {m} :: syndicalism
syndicaliste {adj} :: related to trade unions
syndicaliste {m} :: trade unionist
syndicat {m} :: syndicate
syndicat {m} :: union, trade union
syndicat d'initiative {m} [dated] :: tourist office
syndiqué {adj} :: syndicated
syndiqué {adj} :: unionized
syndiqué {m} :: member of a syndicate
syndiqué {m} :: trade unionist
syndiquer {v} :: to syndicate
syndrome {m} :: syndrome
syndrome d'Asperger {m} :: Asperger syndrome
syndrome de Down {m} :: Down's syndrome
syndrome de Paris {m} :: Paris syndrome
syndrome de Stein-Leventhal {m} [medicine] :: polycystic ovary syndrome
syndrome de Stevens-Johnson {m} :: Stevens-Johnson syndrome
syndrome d'immunodéficience acquise {m} :: acquired immune deficiency syndrome
syndrome du cri du chat {m} :: cri du chat syndrome
syndrome prémenstruel {m} :: premenstrual syndrome, premenstrual tension
synecdoque {f} :: synecdoche (figure of speech)
synectique {adj} :: synectic
synectique {f} :: synectics, brainstorming
synergie {f} :: synergy
synergique {adj} :: synergistic
synergiquement {adv} :: synergistically
synergiste {adj} :: synergistic
synergétique {adj} :: synergetic
synergétiquement {adv} :: synergetically
synesthésie {f} :: synaesthesia
synfibrose {f} [anatomy] :: synfibrosis
syngamie {f} [biology] :: syngamy
syngaméon {m} [genetics] :: syngameon
synodal {adj} :: synodic, pertaining to a synod, notably in ecclesiastic context
synodalement {adv} :: synodically
synode {m} [Christianity] :: synod
synodique {adj} :: synodic
synodiquement {adv} :: synodically
synonyme {adj} :: synonymous
synonyme {m} :: synonym
synonymement {adv} :: synonymously
synonymique {adj} :: synonymic
synonymiquement {adv} :: synonymically
synopse {f} :: presentation of the synoptic gospels side by side to allow comparison and contrast
synopsis {mf} :: A general overview or synoptic table of a topic
synopsis {mf} [media] :: Plot summary of a movie
synoptique {adj} :: synoptic
synoptiquement {adv} :: synoptically
synovectomie {f} [surgery] :: synovectomy
synovie {f} :: synovium, synovial fluid
synérèse {f} [prosody, phonetics] :: synaeresis
synérétique {adj} :: synaeretic
synsédimentaire {adj} [geology] :: synsedimentary
syntacticien {m} :: syntactician (expert in syntax)
syntacticienne {f} :: feminine noun of syntacticien
syntactique {adj} :: syntactic
syntactiquement {adv} :: syntactically
syntagmatique {adj} :: syntagmatic
syntagme {m} [linguistics] :: syntagma
syntagmique {adj} :: syntagmic
syntaxe {f} [linguistics, computing] :: syntax
syntaxique {adj} :: syntactic
syntaxiquement {adv} :: syntactically
synthé {m} [music] :: synthesizer
synthé {m} :: artificial turf
synthèse {f} :: synthesis
synthèse {f} :: summary, overview
synthétique {adj} :: synthetic
synthétiquement {adv} :: synthetically
synthétisé {adj} :: synthesized
synthétisé {adj} :: synthetic
synthétiser {v} :: to synthesize