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l’agression (feminine)
attack, assault
aider
to help
l’antibiotique (masculine)
an antibiotic
appeler (j’appelle)
to call
l’assassin
murderer
s’asseoir
to sit down
Asseyez-vous.
Sit down.
attraper
to catch
avant
before
avoir mal
to have pain
avoir mal aux reins
to have a backache
avoir raison
to be right
le bain; prendre un bain
bath; to take a bath
blesser
to wound
la blessure
wound
la bouche
mouth
le bras; le bras droit
arm; right arm
se brosser; se brosser les dents
to brush; to brush one’s teeth
brosser qqch
to brush something
brosser qqch à qqn
to brush something (e.g., hair) for someone
se calmer; Calme-toi.
to calm down; Calm down.
le cas
case
casser
to break
se casser + part of the body
to break + part of the body
causer
to cause
ce que
what
ce qu’il faut faire
what we have to do, what is necessary to do
cérébral (feminine: cérébrale); la commotion cérébrale
cerebral, brain (adjective); brain concussion, cerebral concussion
le cheveu; les cheveux (masculine plural)
a hair; hair
la cheville
ankle
le cœur
heart
cogner
to knock, hit, bang
se cogner la tête
to hit one’s head
le collègue
male colleague
la collègue
female colleague
la commotion
concussion
la contusion
bruise
la côte; se fracturer une côte
rib; to break a rib
le cou
neck
le coude
elbow
couler; le nez qui coule
to flow; runny nose
le coup; le coup de couteau
blow, stroke; stab, stabbing, knife wound
se couper + part of the body
to cut one’s + part of the body
se couper le doigt
to cut one’s finger
couper qqch
to cut something
couvert; couvert de
covered (past participle of couvrir); covered with
couvrir (je couvre)
to cover
le criminel
a criminal
critique; dans un état critique
critical; in critical condition
la cuisse
thigh
découvrir
to discover
défendre
to defend, to forbid
défendu
forbidden
la défense; Défense de fumer; Défense d’afficher
defense, prohibition; No smoking; Post no bills
la dent; J’ai mal aux dents.
tooth; I have a toothache.
désespérer
to despair, lose hope
le désordre; en désordre
mess; in a mess
le doigt
finger
le doigt de pied
toe
donc
so, thus (vous êtes donc - so you are)
la douche; prendre une douche
shower; to take a shower
se doucher
to take a shower
s’endormir
to fall asleep
en plus
moreover, in addition
enrhumé
sick with a cold
s’enrhumer
to catch a cold
s’en sortir
to pull through
entendre
to hear
l’épaule (feminine)
shoulder
l’estomac (masculine); J’ai mal à l’estomac.
stomach; I have a stomachache.
l’état (masculine)
state, condition
l’état de santé (masculine)
condition (referring to health)
éternuer
to sneeze
être sur ses gardes
to be on one’s guard
excuser
to forgive, excuse
exprès
on purpose
se faire mal
to hurt oneself, get hurt
faire mal à qqn
to hurt someone
faire (très) attention à
to pay (close) attention to
il ne faut pas
one musn’t
la fièvre; avoir de la fièvre
fever; to have a fever
se fouler
to sprain
se fracturer le bras
to break one’s arm (medical term)
le front
forehead
la garde: être sur ses gardes
to be on one’s guard
le genou (plural: les genoux)
knee
les gens (plural); ces gens-là
people; those people
la gorge; J’ai mal à la gorge.
throat; I have a sore throat.
s’habiller
to get dressed
habiller qqn
to dress someone
l’identité (feminine)
identity
l’impression (feminine); avoir l’impression que
impression; to have the impression that
l’infirmier (masculine)
male nurse
l’infirmière (feminine)
female nurse
l’intraveineuse (feminine); par intraveineuse
intravenous injection; intravenously
la jambe
leg
la joue
cheek
juste avant
just before, right before
laisser; laissez-moi
to let; let me
se laver
to wash up
se laver la tête
to wash one’s hair
laver qqn, laver qqch
to wash someone, to wash something
les lèvres (feminine plural)
lips
la main
hand
le mal; faire mal à qqn
pain, hurt; to hurt someone
malheureusement
unfortunately
se maquiller
to put on makeup
maquiller qqn
to put makeup on someone
se méfier de qqn; Méfie-toi!
to be suspicious of someone; Be wary!
même
even
la mémoire
memory
la minute
a minute
le mollet
calf
le monstre
monster
le nez
nose
l’œil (masculine)
eye
l’oreille (feminine); J’ai mal aux oreilles.
ear; I have an earache.
l’orteil (masculine)
big toe
le pansement
Band-Aid
pas plus
no more
se peigner; Peigne-toi!
to comb one’s hair; Comb your hair!
peigner qqn
to comb someone’s hair
la perforation; la perforation du poumon
puncture, perforation; a punctured lung
le pied
foot
plaisanter
to joke
le plâtre; dans le plâtre
cast; in a cast
la pneumonie
pneumonia
le poignet
wrist
la poitrine
chest
le pouce
thumb
le poumon
lung
pour
in order to
se raser
to shave
raser qqn
to shave someone
rauque
hoarse
le rein
kidney
les reins (masculine plural); J’ai mal aux reins.
kidneys, back, lower back; I have a backache.
se rendormir
to fall back to sleep
se renseigner; se renseigner sur
to get information; to get information about
se réveiller
to wake up
réveiller qqn
to wake someone up
le rhume; attraper un rhume
cold (upper respiratory infection); to catch a cold
rien; ne + verb + rien
nothing; not anything
risquer; risquer sa vie
to risk; to risk one’s life
saigner
to bleed
la salle d’urgences
emergency room
la santé
health
se sécher
to dry off; to dry (one’s hair, etc.)
sécher qqch
to dry something
se sentir; Je ne me sens pas bien.
to feel; I don’t feel well.
le soin; les soins intensifs
care; intensive care
strictement
strictly
supplier; je vous en supplie
to beg; I beg you
tant de mal
so much pain, hurt
la tête; J’ai mal à la tête.
head; I have a headache.
tombant; en tombant
falling; while falling, as he fell
tomber (passé composé with être)
to fall
se tourmenter
to worry
tousser
to cough
tout ce que
everything that (object of verb of following clause)
tout ce qui
everything that (subject of following clause)
tout le temps
all the time
l’unité (feminine); l’unité de soins intensifs
unit; intensive care unit
l’urgence (feminine)
urgency
les urgences (feminine plural)
emergency room (colloquial)
la vie
life
la visite
visit
la voix
voice
les yeux (masculine)
eyes (irregular plural of l’œil)