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ado nom {m} nom {f}

teenager [teenagers]◼◼◼(person aged between thirteen and nineteen)
noun
[UK: ˈtiː.neɪ.dʒə(r)] [US: ˈtiː.ˌne.dʒər]
Stop acting like a teenager. = Arrête de te comporter comme une ado.

youngster [youngsters]◼◻◻(a young person)
noun
[UK: ˈjʌŋ.stə(r)] [US: ˈjʌŋ.stər]

adobe nom {m}

adobe◼◼◼(unburnt brick)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdəʊ.bi] [US: əˈdo.ʊ.bi]
At last! Adobe dumps this shitty Flash for mobiles. = Enfin ! Adobe abandonne cette merde de Flash pour les mobiles.

adolescence nom {f}

adolescence◼◼◼(period between childhood and maturity)
noun
[UK: ˌæ.də.ˈlesns] [US: ˌæ.də.ˈle.səns]
Sami was in his late adolescence. = Sami était à la fin de l'adolescence.

adolescent adjectif

adolescent◼◼◼(characteristic of adolescence)
adjective
[UK: ˌæ.də.ˈlesnt] [US: ˌæ.də.ˈle.sənt]
I detest adolescents. = Je déteste les adolescents.

teenage◼◼◼(of an age between 13 and 19)
adjective
[UK: ˈtiː.neɪdʒ] [US: ˈtiː.ˌnedʒ]
Teenage boys love playing video games. = Les adolescents de sexe masculin adorent jouer aux jeux vidéo.

adolescent nom {m}

teenager [teenagers]◼◼◼(person aged between thirteen and nineteen)
noun
[UK: ˈtiː.neɪ.dʒə(r)] [US: ˈtiː.ˌne.dʒər]
John is a teenager. = John est un adolescent.

adolescent nom

juvenile [juveniles]◼◼◻(prepubescent child)
noun
[UK: ˈdʒuː.və.naɪl] [US: ˈdʒuː.və.nəl]

adolescente nom {f}

teenager [teenagers]◼◼◼(person aged between thirteen and nineteen)
noun
[UK: ˈtiː.neɪ.dʒə(r)] [US: ˈtiː.ˌne.dʒər]
I'm just a teenager. = Je ne suis qu'une adolescente.

adolescents] nom {f}

girlfriend [girlfriends]◼◼◼(a female partner in a romantic relationship)
noun
[UK: ˈɡɜːl.frend] [US: ˈɡɝːl.ˌfrend]

adolescents] nom {m}

boyfriend [boyfriends]◼◼◼(male partner in a romantic relationship)
noun
[UK: ˈbɔɪ.frend] [US: ˈbɔɪ.frend]

Adolphe nom propre

Adolph◼◼◼(male given name)
proper noun
[UK: ˈeɪ.dɒlf] [US: ˈeɪ.dɒlf]

adonide nom {f}

pheasant's eye(flowering plant of the genus Adonis)
noun
[UK: ˈfɛznts aɪ ] [US: ˈfɛzənts aɪ ]

Adonis nom propre
{m}

Adonis◼◼◼(the young man loved by Aphrodite)
proper noun
[UK: ə.ˈdəʊ.nɪs] [US: əˈdo.ʊ.nɪs]

adonis nom {m}

pheasant's eye◼◼◼(flowering plant of the genus Adonis)
noun
[UK: ˈfɛznts aɪ ] [US: ˈfɛzənts aɪ ]

adoptable adjectif

adoptable◼◼◼(able to be adopted)
adjective
[UK: ə.ˈdɑːp.tə.bəl] [US: ə.ˈdɑːp.tə.bəl]

adoptant adjectif
{m}

foster◼◼◼(providing parental care to unrelated children)
adjective
[UK: ˈfɒ.stə(r)] [US: ˈfɑː.stər]

adopter verbe

adopt [adopted, adopting, adopts]◼◼◼(to take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈdɒpt] [US: ə.ˈdɑːpt]
I'm adopted. = J'ai été adopté.

adopt [adopted, adopting, adopts]◼◼◼(to take or receive as one's own what is not so naturally)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈdɒpt] [US: ə.ˈdɑːpt]
I'm adopted. = J'ai été adopté.

foster [fostered, fostering, fosters]◼◼◻(to nurture or bring up offspring; or to provide similar parental care to an unrelated child)
verb
[UK: ˈfɒ.stə(r)] [US: ˈfɑː.stər]

assume [assumed, assuming, assumes]◼◼◻(adopt an idea)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈsjuːm] [US: ə.ˈsuːm]
He assumed an aggressive attitude toward me. = Il adoptait une attitude agressive à mon égard.

espouse [espoused, espousing, espouses]◼◻◻(accept, support, take as one’s own)
verb
[UK: ɪ.ˈspaʊz] [US: ə.ˈspaʊz]

adoptif adjectif

adoptive◼◼◼(related through adoption)
adjective
[UK: ə.ˈdɒp.tɪv] [US: ə.ˈdɑːp.tɪv]

foster◼◼◼(related by such care)
adjective
[UK: ˈfɒ.stə(r)] [US: ˈfɑː.stər]
She is my foster daughter. = C'est ma fille adoptive.

adoptif adjectif
{m}

foster◼◼◼(providing parental care to unrelated children)
adjective
[UK: ˈfɒ.stə(r)] [US: ˈfɑː.stər]
She is my foster daughter. = C'est ma fille adoptive.

foster◼◼◼(receiving such care)
adjective
[UK: ˈfɒ.stə(r)] [US: ˈfɑː.stər]
She is my foster daughter. = C'est ma fille adoptive.

adoption nom {f}

adoption [adoptions]◼◼◼(act of adopting, or state of being adopted)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdɒp.ʃn̩] [US: ə.ˈdɑːp.ʃn̩]
The reduction of subsidies to the Cultural Heritage sector requires the adoption of a new paradigm. = La réduction des subventions pour le Patrimoine Culturel exige l'adoption d'un nouveau paradigme.

acceptance [acceptances]◼◼◻(state of being accepted)
noun
[UK: ək.ˈsep.təns] [US: æk.ˈsep.təns]

passing◼◼◻(law: act of approving a bill etc.)
noun
[UK: ˈpɑːs.ɪŋ] [US: ˈpæs.ɪŋ]

adoption nom

adoption [adoptions]◼◼◼(transfer between old system to another)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdɒp.ʃn̩] [US: ə.ˈdɑːp.ʃn̩]
The reduction of subsidies to the Cultural Heritage sector requires the adoption of a new paradigm. = La réduction des subventions pour le Patrimoine Culturel exige l'adoption d'un nouveau paradigme.

adopté nom {m}

adoptee [adoptees]◼◼◼(adopted son or daughter)
noun
[UK: ə.ˌdɑːp.ˈtiː] [US: ə.ˌdɑːp.ˈtiː]

adoptee [adoptees]◼◼◼(person who was adopted as a child)
noun
[UK: ə.ˌdɑːp.ˈtiː] [US: ə.ˌdɑːp.ˈtiː]

adoptée nom {f}

adoptee [adoptees]◼◼◼(adopted son or daughter)
noun
[UK: ə.ˌdɑːp.ˈtiː] [US: ə.ˌdɑːp.ˈtiː]

adoptee [adoptees]◼◼◼(person who was adopted as a child)
noun
[UK: ə.ˌdɑːp.ˈtiː] [US: ə.ˌdɑːp.ˈtiː]

adorabilité nom {f}

adorableness(the quality of being adorable)
noun
[UK: ə.ˈdɔː.rəbl.nəs] [US: ə.ˈdɔː.rəbl.nəs]

adorable adjectif

adorable◼◼◼(befitting of being adored)
adjective
[UK: ə.ˈdɔː.rəb.l̩] [US: ə.ˈdɔː.rəb.l̩]
You're adorable. = Tu es adorable.

lovely [lovelier, loveliest]◼◼◼adjective
[UK: ˈlʌv.li] [US: ˈlʌv.li]
They admired the lovely scenery. = Ils admirèrent l'adorable décor.

lovable◼◼◻(inspiring love)
adjective
[UK: ˈlʌ.vəb.l̩] [US: ˈlʌ.vəb.l̩]
He is a lovable person. = C'est une personne adorable.

adorateur [in nonestablished religion] nom {m}

worshipper [worshippers]◼◼◼(person who worships)
noun
[UK: ˈwɜː.ʃɪ.pə(r)] [US: ˈwɝː.ʃɪ.pər]

adoration nom {f}

adoration◼◼◼(admiration or esteem)
noun
[UK: ˌæ.də.ˈreɪʃ.n̩] [US: ˌæ.də.ˈreɪʃ.n̩]

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