chandelle

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Noun[edit]

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chandelle (plural chandelles)

  1. An aerobatic maneuver in which a 180° turn is combined with a climb.

Verb[edit]

chandelle (third-person singular simple present chandelles, present participle chandelling, simple past and past participle chandelled)

  1. To perform an aerobatic maneuver in which a 180° turn is combined with a climb.

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French, from Latin candēla.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

chandelle f (plural chandelles)

  1. a (tallow) candle
  2. candlelight
    aux chandelles - by candlelight or candlelit
  3. a jack stand
  4. a chandelle

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Noun[edit]

chandelle f

  1. light

Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French chandelle, from Latin candela. Displaced the native cognate candelle.

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Noun[edit]

chandelle f (plural chandelles)

  1. (Jersey) candle

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