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Dictionary French English: [fig]

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mou {adj} [aussi fig.]
limp [also fig.]
prenant {adj} {past-p} [fig.]absorbing [fig.]
confus {adj}addled [fig.] [brain]
valétudinaire {adj}ailing [also fig.]
de travers {adj} {adv} [aussi fig.]askew [also fig.]
astron. astronomique {adj} [aussi fig.]astronomical [also fig.]
théâtre dans les coulisses {adv}backstage [fig.]
doux-amer {adj} [fig.]barbed [fig.]
méchant {adj} [personne]beastly [fig.] [of a person, horrid, nasty]
fondamental {adj}bedrock [attr.] [fig.] [fundamental]
bestial {adj} [aussi fig.]bestial [also fig.]
orgueilleux {adj}bigheaded [coll.] [fig.] [pej.]
envenimé {adj} [fig.] [dispute]bitter [fig.]
aveuglément {adv}blindfold [fig.] [rash, inconsiderate]
à tort et à travers {adv}blindfold [fig.] [rash, inconsiderate]
aveuglément {adv}blindly [fig.] [rashly, inconsiderately]
meurtri {adj} {past-p} [aussi fig.]bruised [also fig.]
effervescent {adj} [fig.] [atmosphère]bubbling [fig.]
pétillant {adj} [personne]bubbly [coll.] [fig.]
remuant {adj}bubbly [coll.] [fig.]
cathartique {adj} [aussi fig.]cathartic [also fig.]
hargneux {adj}catty [coll.] [fig.]
anat. cérébral {adj} [aussi fig.]cerebral [also fig.]
radin {adj} [fam.]cheeseparing [fig.] [coll.] [stingy]
pétillant {adj} [personne]chirpy [coll.] [fig.]
charitable {adj}Christian [fig.] [charitable]
incompréhensible {adj}cloudy [fig.] [incomprehensible]
inintelligible {adj}cloudy [fig.] [incomprehensible]
mièvre {adj}cloying [fig.] [too sentimental]
dérisoire {adj}cockeyed [coll.] [fig.]
froidement {adv} [aussi fig.]coldly [also fig.]
méd. contagieux {adj} [aussi fig.]contagious [also fig.]
crétin {adj} [fam.] [péj.] [idiot]cretinous [coll.] [pej.] [fig.] [idiotic]
couronnant {adj} {pres-p} [aussi fig.]crowning [also fig.]
divergent {adj} [aussi fig.]divergent [also fig.]
empoté {adj} [fam.]dozy [Am.] [sl.] [fig.] [unintelligent]
à la dérive {adj} [aussi fig.]drifting [also fig.]
prosaïque {adj} [personne]dry [fig.]
désaccordé {adj}dyspeptic [fig.] [bad-tempered]
électrisant {adj} {pres-p} [fig.]electrifying [fig.]
gigantesque {adj}elephantine [fig.] [huge]
enchanté {adj} {past-p} [aussi fig.]enchanted [also fig.]
qui n'en finit pas {adj} [loc.] [postpos.]everlasting [fig.] [seemingly endless] [meetings etc.]
explosif {adj} [aussi fig.]explosive [also fig.]
anonyme {adj}faceless [fig.]
agr. inculte {adj}fallow [also fig. for: unused]
creux {adj} [période]fallow [fig.] [of a period, inactive]
inexploité {adj} [ressources]fallow [fig.] [unexploited]
méd. fébrile {adj} [aussi fig.]feverish [also fig.]
méd. fébrilement {adv} [aussi fig.]feverishly [also fig.]
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