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tranquille adjectif

quiet [quieter, quietest]◼◼◼(having little motion)
adjective
[UK: ˈkwaɪət] [US: ˈkwaɪət]
Keep quiet. = Reste tranquille !

tranquil [tranquiller, tranquillest]◼◼◻(calm; without motion or sound)
adjective
[UK: ˈtræŋ.kwɪl] [US: ˈtræŋ.kwəl]

tranquil [tranquiller, tranquillest]◼◼◻(free from emotional disturbance)
adjective
[UK: ˈtræŋ.kwɪl] [US: ˈtræŋ.kwəl]

leisurely◼◼◻(characterized by leisure)
adjective
[UK: ˈle.ʒə.li] [US: ˈliː.zər.li]

quiescent◼◻◻(Inactive, at rest, quiet)
adjective
[UK: kwaɪ.ˈesnt] [US: kwaˈje.sənt]

tranquille adjectif
{m} {f}

calm [calmer, calmest]◼◼◻(free of noise and disturbance)
adjective
[UK: kɑːm] [US: ˈkɑːm]
Stay calm. = Reste tranquille.

tranquille preposition

at peace◼◻◻(free from anxiety or stress)
preposition

tranquillement adverbe

quietly◼◼◼(in a quiet manner)
adverb
[UK: ˈkwaɪət.li] [US: ˈkwaɪət.li]
John sat quietly. = John s'assit tranquillement.

leisurely◼◼◻(in a leisurely manner)
adverb
[UK: ˈle.ʒə.li] [US: ˈliː.zər.li]

[informal] laisse-moi tranquille phrase

leave me alone(stop talking to me)
phrase

laisser tranquille verbe

leave alone◼◼◼(to stop bothering)
verb
[UK: liːv ə.ˈləʊn] [US: ˈliːv əˈloʊn]

let be(not disturb)
verb

long fleuve tranquille nom

bed of roses◼◼◼noun
[UK: bed əv ˈrəʊ.zɪz] [US: ˈbed əv ˈroʊ.zɪz]

Révolution tranquille nom {f}

Quiet Revolution◼◼◼proper noun