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dasein (philosophy: hereness)
noun

dasein◼◼◼nom {m}

dash [dashes] (typographic symbol)
noun
[UK: ˈdæʃ]
[US: ˈdæʃ]

tiret◼◼◼nom {m}The dash is my favourite punctuation mark. = Le tiret est mon signe de ponctuation chéri.

dash [dashes] (Morse code symbol)
noun
[UK: ˈdæʃ]
[US: ˈdæʃ]

trait◼◼◻nom {m}

tanom {m}

dash [dashes] (short run)
noun
[UK: ˈdæʃ]
[US: ˈdæʃ]

sprint◼◼◻nom {m}

dash [dashes] (small quantity of liquid etc.)
noun
[UK: ˈdæʃ]
[US: ˈdæʃ]

soupçon◼◼◻nom {m}

dash [dashed, dashing, dashes] (to run short distance)
verb
[UK: ˈdæʃ]
[US: ˈdæʃ]

se précipiter◼◻◻verbe

bondir◼◻◻verbe

sprinter◼◻◻verbe

se ruer◼◻◻verbe

dash [dashed, dashing, dashes] (to complete hastily)
verb
[UK: ˈdæʃ]
[US: ˈdæʃ]

bâcler◼◻◻verbeDon't dash off a sloppily written report filled with mistakes. = Ne bâclez pas un rapport mal écrit rempli d'erreurs.

dash [dashed, dashing, dashes] (informal: to leave)
verb
[UK: ˈdæʃ]
[US: ˈdæʃ]

se tirer◼◻◻verbe

se barrer◼◻◻verbe

dash [dashed, dashing, dashes] (of hopes or dreams: to ruin)
verb
[UK: ˈdæʃ]
[US: ˈdæʃ]

doucher◼◻◻verbe

dashboard [dashboards] (graphical user interface)
noun
[UK: ˈdæʃ.bɔːd]
[US: ˈdæʃ.ˌbɔːrd]

tableau de bord◼◼◼nom {m}

dashboard [dashboards] (panel under the windscreen of a motor car or aircraft)
noun
[UK: ˈdæʃ.bɔːd]
[US: ˈdæʃ.ˌbɔːrd]

tableau de bord◼◼◼nom

dashcam (digital video recorder mounted on the dashboard of a vehicle or elsewhere inside the vehicle)
noun

dashcam◼◼◼nom {f}

Dasher (reindeer of Santa Claus)
proper noun
[UK: ˈdæ.ʃə(r)]
[US: ˈdæ.ʃər]

Tornade◼◼◼nom {f}

dashing (spirited, audacious and full of high spirits)
adjective
[UK: ˈdæʃ.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈdæʃ.ɪŋ]

fringant◼◼◼adjectif

dashpot (damping device)
noun

piston (d'amortisseur)◼◼◼nom {m}

dassie (rock hyrax)
noun

daman◼◼◼nom {m}

100-meter dash (sprint race over 100 metres)
noun

100 mètres◼◼◼nom

agenda [agendas] (agenda book; notebook for organizing and planning)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdʒen.də]
[US: ə.ˈdʒen.də]

agenda◼◼◼nom {m}

agenda [agendas] (temporally organized plan)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdʒen.də]
[US: ə.ˈdʒen.də]

planning◼◻◻nom {m}

agenda [agendas] (list of matters to be taken up, see also: order of the day)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdʒen.də]
[US: ə.ˈdʒen.də]

(in meetings) ordre du journom {m}

anaconda [anacondas] (any of various large nonvenomous snake of the genus Eunectes)
noun
[UK: ˌæ.nəˈk.ɒn.də]
[US: ˌæ.nəˈk.ɑːn.də]

anaconda◼◼◼nom {m}

armada [armadas] (a fleet of warships)
noun
[UK: ɑː.ˈmɑː.də]
[US: arˈmɑː.də]

armada◼◼◼nom {f}

asafoetida [asafoetidas] (resinous gum from wild fennel)
noun
[UK: əsˈafiːtˌɪdə]
[US: əsˈæfiːtˌɪdə]

ase fétidenom {f}

badass (having an extreme appearance, etc., considered admirable)
adjective
[UK: bˈadas]
[US: bˈædæs]

dur à cuire◼◼◼adjectif
{m}

badass (person considered impressive)
noun
[UK: bˈadas]
[US: bˈædæs]

dur à cuire◼◼◼nom {m}

tête◼◼◻nom {f}

warriornom {m}

badass (belligerent or mean person)
noun
[UK: bˈadas]
[US: bˈædæs]

connard◼◻◻nom {m}

connassenom {f}

balderdash (nonsense)
noun
[UK: ˈbɔːl.də.dæʃ]
[US: ˈbɒl.dər.ˌdæʃ]

bêtises◼◼◼nom {f pl}

calembredaines◼◻◻nom {f pl}

carabistouillesnom {f pl}

cadastral (of or relating to a cadastre)
adjective
[UK: kə.ˈdæ.strəl]
[US: kə.ˈdæ.strʌl]

cadastral◼◼◼adjectif

cicada [cicadas] (any of several insects of the order Hemiptera)
noun
[UK: sɪˈk.ɑː.də]
[US: səˈk.eɪ.də]

cigale◼◼◼nom {f}Cicadas are singing. = Les cigales chantent.

coda [codas] (linguistics)
noun
[UK: ˈkəʊ.də]
[US: ˈkoʊ.də]

coda◼◼◼nom {f}

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