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Dictionary French English: [place]

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lointain {adj}
distant [place, future, memory]
au lieu-dit ... {adv}at ... [named place]
méd. sociol. soignant [paramédical]caring {prefix} [descriptor for a person or place that gives care]
crade {adj}grotty [Br.] [coll.] [thing, place: dirty, unpleasant]
géogr. intérieur {adj} [de l'intérieur des terres]inland [place, town: interior]
désert {adj}lonesome [Am.] [place: unfrequented]
déserté {adj}lonesome [Am.] [place: unfrequented]
peu fréquenté {adj}lonesome [Am.] [place: unfrequented]
sédentaire {adj}settled [living in one place]
en {prep} [lieu  l'on va]to [place where one's going]
emmener qn.
to take sb. [to a different place]
aboucher qc. [tube, tuyau]to butt sth. [place end-to-end]
aiguiller qn. [vers un endroit]to direct sb. [to a place]
se passerto go [happen, take place, proceed]
aborder qc. [lieu]to reach sth. [place]
accéder à qc. [atteindre] [lieu]to reach sth. [place]
reprendre possession de qc.to reclaim sth. [place, territory]
convoquer qn. [employé]to summon sb. [notify to appear at a specified place]
recoin {m}corner [place]
caractère {m} familierfamiliarity [of face, place]
relig. martyre {m}Gethsemane [fig.] [place or occasion of great suffering]
habitation {f}habitation [place of residence]
havre {m} de paixharbor [Am.] [place of refuge]
havre {m} de paixharbour [Br.] [place of refuge]
lieu {m} de prédilectionhaunt [coll.] [place frequented]
cachette {f}hide [hiding place]
waters {m.pl} [fam.] [vieilli] [lieu, objet]lavatory [place, object]
géogr. Oahu {f} [île de l'archipel d'Hawaï]Oahu [also: The Gathering Place]
taudis {m} [endroit]pigsty [fig.] [filthy place]
intimité {f} [d'un endroit]seclusion [of a place]
pouillerie {f} [endroit]squalor [filthy place]
halte {f}stop [break, pause, stopping place]
transp. étape {f} [lieu d'arrêt]stop [stopping place]
lieu {m} de rencontrevenue [arranged meeting place]
relig. profanation {f} [de temple, tombe]violation [of a sacred place]
2 Words: Verbs
être licenciéto be dismissed [from a place of work]
égayer qc. [donner une apparence plus gaie]to brighten sth. up [make a place etc. look more cheerful]
annexer qc. à qc.to enclose sth. with sth. [place sth. in an envelope together with a letter]
prendre la direction de qc. [orientation]to head towards sth. [place]
accéder à qc. [lieu]to lead to sth. [place]
emboîter qc. dans qc.to nest sth. in sth. [to place one part inside another]
s'aventurer dans qc. [place]to venture into sth. [place]
2 Words: Nouns
myth. écuries {f.pl} d'AugiasAugean stables [fig. - filthy place / corrupt condition]
irruption {f} [entrée soudaine et violente de personnes dans un lieu]bursting in [of people into a place]
atmosphère {f} inquiétantedisturbing atmosphere [of a place]
atmosphère {f} inquiétanteeerie atmosphere [of a place]
endroit {m} préféréstomping ground [place]
géol. muche {f}underground tunnel [hiding place, typically found in Northern France]
atmosphère {f} inquiétanteunsettling atmosphere [of a place]
3 Words: Verbs
connaître qn./qc.to be acquainted with sb./sth. [person, place, subject]
loc. se tenir à quatre [loc.]to bite one's lip [idiom] [to avoid saying something out of place]
s'empresser de retourner à qc.to hurry back to sth. [place]
habiter / dans) qc. [adresse (lieu, pays)]to live at / in sth. [place]
avoir vue sur qc. [loc.] [lieu : donner sur]to look on to sth. [idiom] [place: have a view of]
avoir vue sur qc. [loc.] [lieu : donner sur]to look out on sth. [idiom] [place: have a view of]
avoir vue sur qc. [loc.] [lieu : donner sur]to look out over sth. [idiom] [place: have a view of]
avoir vue sur qc. [loc.] [lieu: donner sur]to look out upon sth. [idiom] [place: have a view of]
5+ Words: Nouns
hist. pol. Banquet {m} du Vœu du faisan [1454]Banquet of the Oath of the Pheasant [in 1454, the Duke of Burgundy gave this banquet to promote a Crusade (which never took place) against the Turks who had just taken Constantinople]
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