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enfantin {adj}
3
childish [pej.]
gâteux {adj} [péj.]
2
senile [pej.]
d'amateur {adj}amateurish [pej.]
orgueilleux {adj}bigheaded [coll.] [fig.] [pej.]
rapiat {adj} [fam.]chintzy [Am.] [coll.] [pej.] [miserly]
épais {adj} [péj.] [grossier, vulgaire]coarse [pej.] [crude, rough]
peuple {adj} [péj.] [plébéien]common [pej.]
roturier {adj}common [pej.]
crétin {adj} [fam.] [péj.] [idiot]cretinous [coll.] [pej.] [fig.] [idiotic]
peu original {adj}derivative [pej.] [unoriginal]
abruti {adj} [fam.] [péj.] [idiotique]dopey [coll.] [pej.] [idiotic]
fou {adj}garrity [Br.] [coll.] [pej.] [insane]
gâteux {adj} [péj.]geriatric [pej.]
boiteux [péj.] [handicapé]gimpy [coll.] [pej.] [crippled, esp. in legs or feet]
mélodramatique {adj} [littéraire] [péj.]histrionic [melodramatic, overly theatrical] [pej.]
hypocritement {adv} [péj.]hypocritically [pej.]
patelin {adj} [fam.] [péj.]ingratiating [pej.]
professoral {adj} [péj.] [avec un ton supérieur]lecturing [attr.] [pej.]
cinglé {adj} [fam.] [péj.]lunatic [pej.]
minable {adj} [péj.]measly [coll.] [pej.] [paltry]
bonasse {adj} [péj.]meek [pej.]
nouveau genre {adj}modern [up-to-date; often pej.: newfangled]
à la dernière mode {adj}modern [up-to-date; often pej.: newfangled]
méd. mongolien {adj} [vieux] [péj.] [trisomique]mongoloid [dated] [péj.] [with Down's syndrome]
à la dernière mode {adj}newfangled [pej.] [of a new kind or fashion, needlessly novel]
fouineur {adj} [fam.]nosey [coll.] [pej.] [inquisitive]
fouineur {adj} [fam.]nosy [coll.] [pej.] [inquisitive]
mesquin {adj}petty [pej.] [mean]
hâbleur {adj} [péj.]pompous [pej.]
puant {adj} [fam.] [prétentieux]pompous [pej.] [person]
bouffi (d'orgueil) {adj} [fig.]pompous [pej.] [person]
prêcheur {adj} [péj.]preachy [coll.] [pej.]
désordonné {adj}ragtag [coll.] [pej.]
hétéroclite {adj} [collection, ensemble]ragtag [coll.] [pej.]
douceâtre {adj}saccharine [pej.] [excessively sentimental]
papelard {adj} [péj.]smarmy [pej.]
mielleusement {adv} [péj.]smoothly [pej.] [unctuously]
douillet {adj} [pej.]soft [pej.] [flabby]
trop gentil {adj}soft [slightly pej.] [(too) nice]
pas assez sévère {adj}soft [sometimes pej.] [not strict]
méd. handicapé moteur {adj}spastic [dated] [now pej.] [with cerebral palsy]
radin {adj} [fam.] [péj.]tight [coll.] [fig.] [pej.] [miserly]
anecdotique {adj}trivial [pej.]
puant {adj} [fam.] [prétentieux]vainglorious [literary] [pej.]
flou {adj} [concept] [fig.]woolly [pej.] [vague]
Verbs
picoler [fam.] [péj.]
3
to booze [coll.] [pej.]
relig. catéchiser qn.
2
to indoctrinate sb. [pej.]
fayotter [aussi : fayoter] [fam.] [péj.]to crawl [fig.] [coll.] [pej.]
fayotter [aussi : fayoter] [fam.] [péj.]to creep [fig.] [coll.] [pej.]
courber l'échine [loc.]to grovel [pej.] [to behave in a servile manner]
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