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Dictionary French English: [battle]

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FrenchEnglish
violent {adj} [tempête, bataille]fierce [storm, battle]
Nouns
mil. paroxysme {m} [de bataille]climax [battle]
archéo. hist. mil. butte {f} de ZuranŽuráň [ancient burial tumulus, site of Napoleon's command HQ for the Battle of Austerlitz (since 2005, extraterritoriality of France)]
2 Words: Others
âprement mené {adj} {past-p} [bataille]hard-fought [battle]
2 Words: Nouns
hist. pol. Grand Privilège {m} des Pays de par-deçà [1477]Great Privilege [an instrument signed by Mary of Burgundy in 1477, following death of her father at Battle of Nancy. It reconfirmed the rights of Flanders, Brabant, Hainaut, and Holland]
hist. la Reconquista {f} [la Reconquête]The Reconquista [period in the history of the Iberian Peninsula between the Battle of Covadonga (718 or 722) and the fall of the Nasrid kingdom of Granada in 1492]
cuis. veau {m} Marengoveal stew [allegedly first made for Napoleon after winning Battle of Marengo]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Abrittus [251] [aussi : bataille du forum Terebronii]Battle of Abritus [251] [also: Battle of Forum Terebronii] [heavy defeat of Roman army by federation of Goths and Scyths]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Andrinople [378] [aussi : bataille d'Adrianople ; aujourd'hui Edirne en Turquie européenne]Battle of Adrianople [378] [also: Battle of Hadrianopolis] [overwhelming victory of the Goths over the Eastern Roman Empire]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} d'Azincourt [1415]Battle of Agincourt [in 1415 English forces under King Henry V defeated numerically superior French forces in this important battle in the 100 Years' War]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Antietam [1862] [aussi : bataille de Sharpsburg]Battle of Antietam [1862] [also: Battle of Sharpsburg] [Union victory]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Assandun [1016]Battle of Assandun [1016] [also: Battle of Essendune] [Danish victory concluding their conquest of England]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Austerlitz [1805]Battle of Austerlitz [1805] [also: Battle of the Three Emperors] [Napoleon defeated the larger combined Russian/Austrian Armies, bringing the War of the 3rd Coalition to an end]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Hochstett [1704] [aussi : bataille de Blenheim ou deuxième bataille de Höchstädt]Battle of Blenheim [1704] [major battle of the War of the Spanish Succession when the overwhelming Allied victory ensured the safety of Vienna from the Franco-Bavarian army]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} de la Moskova [1812] [aussi : bataille de la Moskowa ou bataille de Borodino]Battle of Borodino [1812] [2nd major battle during Napoleon's invasion of Russia. The Grande Armée won the battle against the Imperial Russian Army, but failed to gain a decisive victory]
hist. mil. Bataille {f} de Bouvines [1214]Battle of Bouvines [the concluding battle of the Anglo-French War of 1213–1214.A French army under King Philip Augustus defeated an Allied army under Holy Roman Emperor Otto IV]
hist. mil. bataille {f} de Buçaco [1810]Battle of Buçaco [1810] [also: Battle of Bussaco] [major battle in the Portuguese mountains, which resulted in the defeat of French forces by Lord Wellington's Anglo-Portuguese Army]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Castillon [1453]Battle of Castillon [decisive French victory in 1453 against England marked the end of the 100 Years' War. Considered the first major battle won through the extensive use of field artillery]
hist. mil. bataille {f} de La Corogne [1809]Battle of Corunna [also: Battle of Elviña] [early in the Peninsular War, the French Army humiliated the British Army and forced it to evacuate by sea]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Crécy [1346]Battle of Crécy [1346, important battle in 100 years' war. French army commanded by King Philip VI was defeated by an English army led by King Edward III ]
hist. mil. pol. bataille d'Edington {noun} [878]Battle of Edington [878] [also: Battle of Ethandun] [Saxon army under Alfred the Great defeated the Great Heathen Army]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Gaugamèles [331 av. J.-C.] [aussi : bataille d'Arbèles]Battle of Gaugamela [331 BC] [Alexander the Great defeated King Darius III] [also: Battle of Arbela]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Saint-Privat [1870] [aussi : bataille de Gravelotte]Battle of Gravelotte [1870] [also: Battle of Gravelotte–St. Privat] [Prussian victory in largest and decisive battle of the Franco-Prussian War]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Guinegatte [1479]Battle of Guinegate [in 1479, first battle in what became over 500 years of conflict between France and the Habsburgs, Battle won by the Habsburgs]
hist. mil. relig. bataille {f} de Hattin [1187] [aussi : bataille des cornes de Hattin ou bataille de Tibériade]Battle of Hattin [1187] [also: Battle of the Horns of Hattin] [Muslim armies under Saladin captured or killed the vast majority of the Crusader forces, and re-captured Jerusalem]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Issos [333 av. J.-C.]Battle of Issus [333 BC] [also: Battle of Issos] [Macedonian troops, under Alexander the Great, defeated the Persian forces]
hist. mil. relig. bataille {f} de Jaffa [1192]Battle of Jaffa [1192] [final battle of the Third Crusade, after which Saladin and King Richard I of England were able to negotiate a truce, though Saladin retained possession of Jerusalem]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Sadowa [1866] [aussi : bataille de Königgrätz]Battle of Königgrätz [1866] [also: Battle of Sadowa] [Kingdom of Prussia defeated the Austrian Empire]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} de Krasnoï [1812] [ou bataille de Krasnoje]Battle of Krasnoi [1812] [also Battle of Krasny] [fought during the final stage of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow. The Russians inflicted heavy losses on the remnants of the Grande Armee]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {m} de Leipzig [1813] [aussi : bataille de Leipsick ou bataille des Nations]Battle of Leipzig [1813] [also: Battle of the Nations] [Coalition armies of Austria, Prussia, Sweden, and Russia decisively defeated the Grande Armée of Napoleon]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Lemberg [1914]Battle of Lemberg [1914] [Russian defeat of Austro-Hungarian army] [also: Battle of Galicia]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Manzikert [1071]Battle of Manzikert [1071] [also: Battle of Malazgirt] [decisive defeat of the Byzantine Empire by the Seljuk Empire]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Mühldorf [1322] [aussi : bataille d'Ampfing]Battle of Mühldorf [1322] [Bavarian victory over the Habsburgs] [also: Battle of Ampfing]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} de Näfels [1388]Battle of Näfels [in 1388, a decisive victory for the Swiss Confederacy and the last battle of the Swiss-Austrian conflicts]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Nancy [1477]Battle of Nancy [in 1477, the final and decisive battle in the Burgundian Wars. The Duke of Burgundy was defeated and killed by Lorraine and Swiss forces (funded by France)]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Audenarde [1708]Battle of Oudenarde [1708] [also: Battle of Oudenaarde] [great victory for the Grand Alliance over France in the War of the Spanish Succession]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Peterwardein [1716] [auusi : bataille de Petrovaradin]Battle of Petrovaradin [1716] [also: Battle of Peterwardein] [major victory of Habsburgs over the Ottomans during the Austro-Turkish War]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Poltava [1709] [aussi : bataille de Pultawa]Battle of Poltava [1709] [decisive battle of the Great Northern War ; Russian army defeated Swedish army]
hist. pol. bataille {f} de Prestonpans [Écosse : 1745] [seconde rébellion jacobite]Battle of Prestonpans [1745] [also: Battle of Gladsmuir]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Ratisbonne [1809] [aussi : bataille de Regensburg]Battle of Ratisbon [1809] [also: Battle of Regensburg] [final battle in Bavaria, Napoleon forced the Austrian army to retreat into Bohemia, leaving the way open for Napoleon to enter Vienna]
hist. mil. bataille {f} de Rossbach [1757]Battle of Rossbach [1757] [decisive battle in 7 Years' War in which the Frederick the Great's Prussian Army defeated a much larger combined French & Austrian Army]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Shiloh [1862]Battle of Shiloh [1862] [also: Battle of Pittsburg Landing] [Union victory]
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} de Sinope [1853]Battle of Sinope [1853] [ naval battle won decisively by Imperial Russia against the Ottoman Empire, during the opening phase of the Crimean War]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} de Smolensk [1812]Battle of Smolensk [1812] [1st major battle of the French invasion of Russia, where the Grande Armée drove the Russian Army out of the city]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Forbach-Spicheren [1870] [aussi : bataille de Spicheren ou bataille de Forbach]Battle of Spicheren [1870] [also: Battle of Forbach] [2nd of 3 critical French defeats in the Franco-Prussian War]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Stiklestad [1030]Battle of Stiklestad [1030] [King Olaf II of Norway killed in battle against Farmer army]
hist. mil. bataille {f} de Talavera [1809]Battle of Talavera [1809] [major battle in the Peninsular War where British & Spanish forces defeated the Napoleonic Army outside Madrid]
hist. mil. bataille {f} d'Ulm [1805]Battle of Ulm [1805] [decisive battle where Napoleon trapped and forced the surrender of an entire Austrian Army]
hist. mil. relig. bataille {f} de Wimpfen [1622]Battle of Wimpfen [1622] [early battle in 30 Years' War; Protestant defeat]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Zenta [1697]Battle of Zenta [1697] [also: Battle of Senta] [Holy League army decisively defeated the Ottoman army]
hist. mil. champ {m} d'honneurfield of honor [Am.] [dated] [scene of a battle]
hist. mil. champ {m} d'honneurfield of honour [Br.] [dated] [scene of a battle]
hist. mil. pol. siège {m} d'Alésia [52 av. J.-C.]siege of Alesia [52 BC] [also: battle of Alesia] [Roman victory over confederation of Gallic tribes, completing the conquest of Gaul]
hist. mil. pol. traité {m} de Lunéville [1801]Treaty of Lunéville [signed in 1801 by the French Republic and Holy Roman Emperor Francis II, following the Battle of Marengo]
4 Words: Verbs
mil. perdre bataille sur batailleto lose battle after battle
4 Words: Nouns
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} de la Bérézina [1812] [aussi : passage de la Bérézina ou bataille de Borissov]Battle of (the) Berezina [1812] [also: Battle of Beresina] [final conflict in Napoleon's retreat from Moscow. The Russians inflicted heavy losses on the French but the outcome was not decisive]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Aïn Djalout [1260]Battle of Ain Jalut [1260] [also: Battle of Ayn Jalut] [Mamluks of Egypt defeated the Mongol Empire]
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} de la baie de Manille [1898] [aussi : bataille de Cavite]Battle of Manila Bay [1898] [first major engagement of the Spanish–American War, ending the Spanish colonial period in Philippine history] [also: Battle of Cavite]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Tarifa [1340] [entre la coalition musulmane mérinido-nasrides et la coalition chrétienne castillano-portugaise (victorieuse)]Battle of Río Salado [1340] [also: Battle of Tarifa]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de l'Èbre [1938]Battle of the Ebro [1938] [longest and largest battle of the Spanish Civil War]
hist. mil. journée {f} des Harengs [1429] [bataille des harengs] [bataille de Rouvray]Battle of the Herrings [Battle of Rouvray] [in 1429, part of the siege of Orléans in the 100 Years' War. English forces decisively defeated French forces attempting to intercept a supply convoy.]
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} d'Aboukir [1798]Battle of the Nile [1798] [also: Battle of Aboukir Bay] [decisive naval battle - after Napoleon landed his army, Nelson destroyed the French fleet, trapping the French army in Egypt]
hist. mil. bataille {f} des Pyramides [1798]Battle of the Pyramids [1798] [also: Battle of Embabeh] [French army, under Napoleon Bonaparte, scored a decisive victory, wiping out almost the entire Ottoman army located in Egypt]
hist. mil. naut. première bataille {f} d'Ouessant [1778]First Battle of Ushant [1778] [indecisive naval battle in Anglo-French War of 1778]
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} du 13 prairial an II [1794] [aussi : combat de Prairial ou troisième bataille d'Ouessant ]Glorious First of June [1794] [also: Fourth Battle of Ushant] [largest, but indecisive, naval action during French Revolutionary Wars]
hist. pol. Jean {m} II le Bon [1319-1364]John II the Good [1319-1364] [King of France 1350-1364 but spent much time in captivity in London after defeat at Battle of Poitiers in 1356]
5+ Words: Verbs
être aux abois [loc.]to be fighting a lost cause [idiom] [a losing battle]
5+ Words: Nouns
hist. mil. bataille {f} de l'Alma [1854]Battle of the Alma (River) [1854] [battle in the Crimean War where an allied expeditionary (French, British, and Ottoman) forces defeating Russian forces]
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} de l'île d'Aix [1809] [aussi : affaire des brûlots]Battle of the Basque Roads [1809] [also: Battle of Aix Roads] [major naval battle of the Napoleonic Wars, leaving many French ships badly damaged or trapped in home ports]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} des champs Catalauniques [451] [aussi: bataille de Campus Mauriacus]Battle of the Catalaunian Plains [451] [Western Roman Empire defeated the Hunnic Empire] [also: Battle of the Campus Mauriacus]
hist. mil. relig. bataille {f} du Champ du Sang [1119] [aussi : bataille de l'Ager Sanguinis]Battle of the Field of Blood [1119] [also: Battle of Ager Sanguinis, Battle of Sarmada, or the Battle of Balat] [Crusader army annihilated by the army of the Artuqid ruler of Aleppo]
géogr. hist. mil. siège {m} de Québec [1759]Battle of the Plains of Abraham [1759] [also: Battle of Quebec] [deciding moment in the conflict between France and Britain over the fate of New France, influencing the later creation of Canada]
hist. mil. pol. première bataille {f} de Bull Run [1861] [aussi : première bataille de Manassas]First Battle of Bull Run [1861] [also: Battle of First Manassas] [Confederate victory]
hist. mil. pol. seconde bataille {f} de Bull Run [1862]Second Battle of Bull Run [1862] [also: Battle of Second Manassas] [Confederate victory]
hist. mil. pol. seconde bataille {f} des lacs de Mazurie [1915]Second Battle of the Masurian Lakes [1915] [German victory over Russia] [also: Winter Battle of the Masurian Lakes]
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