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cure [cured, curing, cures] (to bring (a disease) to an end)
verb
[UK: kjʊə(r)]
[US: ˈkjʊr]

guérir◼◼◼verbeI'm cured. = Je suis guéri.

cure [cured, curing, cures] (to restore to health)
verb
[UK: kjʊə(r)]
[US: ˈkjʊr]

guérir◼◼◼verbeI'm cured. = Je suis guéri.

soigner◼◼◻verbeHe cured my illness. = Il a soigné ma maladie.

cure [cures] (method, device or medication that restores good health)
noun
[UK: kjʊə(r)]
[US: ˈkjʊr]

traitement◼◼◼nom {m}There's no cure. = Il n'y a pas de traitement.

Curetonian (related to William Cureton)
adjective

curetonienadjectif
{m}

curettage (the removal of unwanted tissue from a body cavity using a curette)
noun
[UK: kjˈʊretɪdʒ]
[US: kjˈʊreɾɪdʒ]

curetage◼◼◼nom {m}

curette [curettes] (spoon-shaped surgical instrument)
noun
[UK: kjʊə.ˈret]
[US: kjʊ.ˈret]

curette◼◼◼nom {f}

dilation and curettage (surgical procedure)
noun

curetage◼◼◼nom {m}

Epicureanism (system of philosophy based upon the teachings of Epicurus)
noun
[UK: ˌe.pɪ.kjʊə.ˈriːə.nɪzm]
[US: ˌe.pɪ.kjʊə.ˈriːə.nɪzm]

épicurisme◼◼◼nom {m}

insecure (not comfortable in certain situations)
adjective
[UK: ˌɪn.sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: ˈɪn.sə.kjər]

inquiet◼◼◼adjectif
{m}

inconfortable◼◼◻adjectif
{m} {f}

insecure (not secure)
adjective
[UK: ˌɪn.sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: ˈɪn.sə.kjər]

insécurisé◼◻◻adjectif

manicure [manicures] (cosmetic treatment for the fingernails)
noun
[UK: ˈmæ.nɪ.kjʊə(r)]
[US: ˈmæ.nɪ.kjər]

manucure◼◼◼nom {f}When was the last time you got a manicure? = C'est quand la dernière fois que tu as fait une manucure ?

obscure (dark, faint or indistinct)
adjective
[UK: əb.ˈskjʊə(r)]
[US: əb.ˈskjʊr]

obscur◼◼◼adjectifThe meaning of this sentence is obscure. = Le sens de cette peine est obscur.

obscure [obscured, obscuring, obscures] (to darken, make faint)
verb
[UK: əb.ˈskjʊə(r)]
[US: əb.ˈskjʊr]

obscurcir◼◼◻verbe

obscure [obscured, obscuring, obscures] (to hide, put out of sight)
verb
[UK: əb.ˈskjʊə(r)]
[US: əb.ˈskjʊr]

obscurcir◼◼◻verbe

obscure (difficult to understand)
adjective
[UK: əb.ˈskjʊə(r)]
[US: əb.ˈskjʊr]

sibyllin◼◻◻adjectif

pedicure [pedicures] (superficial cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails)
noun
[UK: ˈpe.dɪ.kjʊə(r)]
[US: ˈpe.dɪ.kjər]

pédicure◼◼◼nom {f}

prevention is better than cure (It is better to prevent the creation of a problem than to have to deal with it afterwards.)
phrase
[UK: prɪ.ˈven.ʃn̩ ɪz ˈbe.tə(r) ðæn kjʊə(r)]
[US: pri.ˈven.ʃn̩ ˈɪz ˈbe.tər ˈðæn ˈkjʊr]

mieux vaut prévenir que guérir◼◼◼phrase

procure [procured, procuring, procures] (to acquire or obtain an item or service)
verb
[UK: prə.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: proˈkjʊr]

obtenir◼◼◼verbe

acquérir◼◼◼verbe

procure [procured, procuring, procures] verb
[UK: prə.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: proˈkjʊr]

procurer◼◼◼verbeI lost my passport. I have to procure a new one. = J'ai perdu mon passeport. Je dois m'en procurer un nouveau.

procure [procured, procuring, procures] (to obtain a person as a prostitute for somebody else)
verb
[UK: prə.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: proˈkjʊr]

proxénétisme◼◼◼verbe
{m}
They've been sentenced for procuring. = Ils ont été condamnés pour proxénétisme.

procurement [procurements] (purchasing department of a company)
noun
[UK: prə.ˈkjʊə.mənt]
[US: proˈkjʊr.mənt]

achats◼◼◼nom {m pl}

procurement [procurements] (act of procuring or obtaining)
noun
[UK: prə.ˈkjʊə.mənt]
[US: proˈkjʊr.mənt]

obtention◼◼◻nom {f}

procuress (a female procurer)
noun
[UK: ˈprɒ.kjʊ.rɪs]
[US: ˈprɒ.kjʊ.rɪs]

entremetteuse◼◼◼nom

procuress (a middlewoman)
noun
[UK: ˈprɒ.kjʊ.rɪs]
[US: ˈprɒ.kjʊ.rɪs]

entremetteuse◼◼◼nom

apporteuse d'affairesnom

secure [secured, securing, secures] (To make secure)
verb
[UK: sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: sɪ.ˈkjʊr]

sécuriser◼◼◼verbeIt's not secure. = Ce n'est pas sécurisé.

secure [securer, securest] (Firm and not likely to fail; stable)
adjective
[UK: sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: sɪ.ˈkjʊr]

sûr◼◼◼adjectifWe seemed secure of victory. = Nous semblions sûrs de la victoire.

secure [securer, securest] (free from anxiety or doubt; unafraid)
adjective
[UK: sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: sɪ.ˈkjʊr]

sûr◼◼◼adjectifWe seemed secure of victory. = Nous semblions sûrs de la victoire.

secure [securer, securest] (free from attack or danger; protected)
adjective
[UK: sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: sɪ.ˈkjʊr]

sûr◼◼◼adjectifWe seemed secure of victory. = Nous semblions sûrs de la victoire.

secure [securer, securest] (free from the danger of theft; safe)
adjective
[UK: sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: sɪ.ˈkjʊr]

sûr◼◼◼adjectifWe seemed secure of victory. = Nous semblions sûrs de la victoire.

secure [securer, securest] (free from the risk of eavesdropping, interception or discovery; secret)
adjective
[UK: sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: sɪ.ˈkjʊr]

sûr◼◼◼adjectifWe seemed secure of victory. = Nous semblions sûrs de la victoire.

secure [securer, securest] (Free from the risk of financial loss; reliable)
adjective
[UK: sɪ.ˈkjʊə(r)]
[US: sɪ.ˈkjʊr]

sûr◼◼◼adjectifWe seemed secure of victory. = Nous semblions sûrs de la victoire.

securely (in a secure manner)
adverb
[UK: sɪ.ˈkjʊə.li]
[US: sɪ.ˈkjʊr.li]

solidement◼◼◼adverbe

en sécurité◼◼◼adverbe

fermement◼◼◻adverbe

sinecure [sinecures] (a position that requires no work but still gives a payment)
noun
[UK: ˈsaɪ.nɪ.kjʊə(r)]
[US: ˈsaɪ.nɪ.kjʊər]

sinécure◼◼◼nom

[informal] planquenom

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