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converger
to converge;
converger vers ou sur
to converge on
convenir
to be suitable
convenir à
to suit
il convient de
it is advisable to
convenir de (bien-fondé de qch)
to admit (to), acknowledge; (date, somme etc) to agree upon
convenir (bienséant)
it is right ou proper to
convenir que (admettre)
to admit that, acknowledge the fact that
convenir de faire qch
to agree to do sth
il a été convenu que
it has been agreed that
comme convenu
as agreed.
bienséant, e
proper, seemly
fondé, e
adj (accusation etc) well-founded
un fondé de pouvoir
authorized representative
mal fondé
unfounded
être fondé à croire
to have grounds for believing ou good reason to believe
un fondement (derrière)
behind
les fondements
foundations
sans fondement (rumeur etc)
groundless, unfounded
une rumeur (bruit confus)
rumbling; hubbub no pl
une rumeur (protestation)
murmur(ing)
une rumeur (nouvelle)
rumour (BRIT), rumor (US)
ruminer vt (herbe)
to ruminate
ruminer (fig)
(fig) to ruminate on ou over, chew over
ruminer (vache)
to chew the cud, ruminate
confus, e adj (vague)
confused;
confus, e adj (embarrassé)
embarrassed
confusément adv (distinguer, ressentir)
vaguely
confusément adv (parler)
confusedly
confusion (voir confus) (voir confondre) (erreur)
confusion embarrassment mixing up;
confusion des peines (JUR)
concurrency of sentences
None
confondre vt (jumeaux, faits)
to confuse, mix up
confondre (témoin, menteur)
to confound
se confondre
to merge
se confondre en excuses
to offer profuse apologies, apologize profusely
confondre qch/qn avec qch/qn d'autre
to mistake sth/sb for sth/sb else.
confondu, e pp de confondre adj (stupéfait)
speechless, overcome
toutes catégories confondues
taking all categories together
embarrasser vt (encombrer)
to clutter (up)
embarrasser (gêner)
to hinder, hamper
embarrasser (fig)
(fig) to cause embarrassment to; to put in an awkward position
s'embarrasser de
to burden oneself with
embarrassé, e adj (encombré)
encumbered
embarrassé, e (gêné)
embarrassed
embarrassé, e (explications etc)
awkward
embarrassant, e adj
cumbersome; embarrassing; awkward
embarras nm (obstacle)
hindrance
embarras (confusion)
embarrassment
embarras (ennuis): être dans l'embarras
to be in a predicament ou an awkward position
embarras (gêne financière)
to be in difficulties
embarras gastrique
stomach upset
distinguer vt
to distinguish
se distinguer vi (s'illustrer) (différer)
to distinguish oneself
se distinguer (de)
to distinguish oneself ou be distinguished (from)
distingué, e
distinguished
distinguo
distinction
distinction
distinction
distinctif, ive
distinctive
distinctement
distinctly
distinct, e
distinct
ressentir vt
to feel
se ressentir de
to feel (ou show) the effects of
un ressentiment
resentment
menteur, euse
liar
stupéfait, e
astonished
stupéfiant, e
stunning, astonishing
stupéfiant, e nm (MÉD)
(MÉD) drug, narcotic
stupéfier vt
to stupefy;
stupéfier vt (étonner)
to stun, astonish
stupéfaction nf
stupefaction, astonishment
une stupeur
stupor;
None
stupeur nf(étonnement)
astonishment, amazement.
s'illustrer
to become famous, win fame
illustrer vt
to illustrate
illustré, e adj
illustrated
illustré, e nm
illustrated magazine
illustré, e nm (pour enfants)
comic
illustre adj
illustrious, renowned
une illustration
illustration
une illustration (d'un ouvrage: photos)
illustrations pl.
illustratif, ive
illustrative
un illustrateur
illustrator
différer vt
to postpone, put off
différer (de)
to differ (from)
différer de faire (tarder)
to delay doing
différentiel, le adj, nm
differential
adj: différent (de)
different (from)
différents objets
different ou various objects
à différentes
reprises on various occasions
un différend
difference (of opinion), disagreement
différencier vt
to differentiate
se différencier vi (organisme)
to become differentiated
se différencier de
to differentiate oneself from
différencier (être différent)
to differ from
à la différence de
unlike
différemment adv
differently
une inertie
inertia
inerte adj
lifeless
inerte adj (apathique)
passive, inert;
inerte adj (PHYSIQUE, CHIMIE)
inert