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main dish, main course înseamnă în Franceză

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main course (main dish of a meal)
noun
[UK: meɪn kɔːs]
[US: ˈmeɪn ˈkɔːrs]

plat principal◼◼◼nom [m]

plat de résistance◼◼◻nom [m]

main (chief, most important, or principal in extent, etc.)
adjective
[UK: meɪn]
[US: ˈmeɪn]

principal◼◼◼adjectif

Main (river in southern Germany)
proper noun

Main◼◼◼nom propre
{m}

main road (major road in a town, village etc.)
noun
[UK: meɪn rəʊd]
[US: ˈmeɪn roʊd]

rue principale◼◼◼nom [f]

main clause (grammar: clause that can stand alone syntactically)
noun
[UK: meɪn klɔːz]
[US: ˈmeɪn ˈklɒz]

proposition principale◼◼◼nom [f]

main verb (verb in a clause with the highest semantic content)
noun

verbe principal◼◼◼nom [m]

main group (group of elements)
noun

groupe principal◼◼◼nom [m]

main sequence (major grouping of stars)
noun

séquence principale◼◼◼nom [f]

main diagonal (diagonal line of a matrix)
noun
[UK: meɪn daɪ.ˈæ.ɡən.l̩]
[US: ˈmeɪn daˈjæ.ɡən.l̩]

diagonale principale◼◼◼nom [f]

Main Street (generic name of a primary street)
proper noun

rue principale◼◼◼nom propre

main road (major road in a town, village etc.)
noun
[UK: meɪn rəʊd]
[US: ˈmeɪn roʊd]

grande rue◼◻◻nom [f]

main street (principal street of a town)
noun
[UK: meɪn striːt]
[US: ˈmeɪn ˈstriːt]

rue principale◼◼◼nom [f]

grand-rue◼◼◻nom [f]

water main (principal underground pipe for municipal water delivery)
noun

tuyau◼◼◼nom [m]

main battle tank (multipurpose tank)
noun

char de combat◼◼◼nom [m]

main battle tank (primary tank of a military force)
noun

char de combat principal◼◼◼nom [m]

Frankfurt am Main (city in Hesse, Germany, see also: Frankfurt)
proper noun

Francfort-sur-le-Main◼◼◼nom propre

dish [dishes] (specific type of food)
noun
[UK: dɪʃ]
[US: ˈdɪʃ]

plat◼◼◼nom [m]

mets◼◼◻nom [m]

dish [dishes] (vessel for holding/serving food)
noun
[UK: dɪʃ]
[US: ˈdɪʃ]

plat [for serving food]◼◼◼nom [m]

assiette [for holding food]◼◼◻nom [f]

dish [dishes] (contents of such a vessel)
noun
[UK: dɪʃ]
[US: ˈdɪʃ]

plat◼◼◼nom [m]

dish [dishes] (tableware to be/being washed)
noun
[UK: dɪʃ]
[US: ˈdɪʃ]

vaisselle◼◼◼nom [f]

dish [dishes] (type of antenna)
noun
[UK: dɪʃ]
[US: ˈdɪʃ]

parabole◼◼◻nom [f]

dish [dishes] (slang: sexually attractive person)
noun
[UK: dɪʃ]
[US: ˈdɪʃ]

canon◼◻◻nom [m]

course [courses] noun
[UK: kɔːs]
[US: ˈkɔːrs]

cours◼◼◼nom [m]

course [courses] (learning program)
noun
[UK: kɔːs]
[US: ˈkɔːrs]

cours◼◼◼nom

course [coursed, coursed, coursing, courses] (Flow)
verb
[UK: kɔːs]
[US: ˈkɔːrs]

parcourir◼◼◻verbe

course [courses] (itinerary of a race)
noun
[UK: kɔːs]
[US: ˈkɔːrs]

parcours◼◼◻nom

course [courses] (stage of a meal)
noun
[UK: kɔːs]
[US: ˈkɔːrs]

plat◼◼◻nom [m]

course [courses] (sports: trajectory of a ball etc.)
noun
[UK: kɔːs]
[US: ˈkɔːrs]

trajectoire◼◼◻nom [f]

dish rack (a perforated rack on which washed dishes may be placed in order to dry)
noun
[UK: dɪʃ ræk]
[US: ˈdɪʃ ˈræk]

égouttoir◼◼◼nom [m]

dish up (To serve cooked food)
verb
[UK: dɪʃ ʌp]
[US: ˈdɪʃ ʌp]

servir◼◼◼verbe

dish towel (towel for wiping dishes)
noun
[UK: dɪʃ ˈtaʊəl]
[US: ˈdɪʃ ˈtaʊəl]

torchon◼◼◼nom [m]

essuie de vaisselle [Belgium]nom [m]

Petri dish (dish used to culture bacteria)
noun
[UK: ˈpe.tri dɪʃ]
[US: ˈpe.tri ˈdɪʃ]

boîte de Petri◼◼◼nom [f]

satellite dish (parabolic antenna)
noun

antenne parabolique◼◼◼nom [f]

side dish (serving of food meant as an accompanying dish)
noun
[UK: saɪd dɪʃ]
[US: ˈsaɪd ˈdɪʃ]

accompagnement◼◼◼nom [m]

soap dish (a container for soap)
noun
[UK: səʊp dɪʃ]
[US: soʊp ˈdɪʃ]

porte-savon◼◼◼nom [m]