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relief nom {m}

relief [reliefs]◼◼◼(apparent difference in elevation)
noun
[UK: rɪ.ˈliːf] [US: rə.ˈliːf]

relief [reliefs]◼◼◼(difference of elevations on a surface)
noun
[UK: rɪ.ˈliːf] [US: rə.ˈliːf]

relief [reliefs]◼◼◼(type of artwork)
noun
[UK: rɪ.ˈliːf] [US: rə.ˈliːf]

relier verbe

link [linked, linking, links]◼◼◼(connect things)
verb
[UK: lɪŋk] [US: ˈlɪŋk]
The new tunnel will link Britain and France. = Le nouveau tunnel reliera la France et l'Angleterre.

bridge [bridged, bridging, bridges]◼◼◻(computing, communication: to connect with a bridge)
verb
[UK: brɪdʒ] [US: ˈbrɪdʒ]
The village is connected to our city by a bridge. = Le village est relié à notre ville par un pont.

bind◼◼◻(transitive put together in a cover, as of books)
verb
[UK: baɪnd] [US: ˈbaɪnd]
He knows how to bind books. = Il sait comment relier les livres.

relier les points verbe

connect the dots◼◼◼(to make connections in one's mind, arriving at a more holistic understanding of a situation)
verb

relieur nom {m}

bookbinder [bookbinders]◼◼◼(person whose profession is binding books)
noun
[UK: ˈbʊk.baɪn.də(r)] [US: ˈbʊk.ˌbaɪn.dər]

relieuse nom {f}

bookbinder [bookbinders]◼◼◼(person whose profession is binding books)
noun
[UK: ˈbʊk.baɪn.də(r)] [US: ˈbʊk.ˌbaɪn.dər]

[par le réseau] relier verbe

network◼◼◼verb
[UK: ˈne.twɜːk] [US: ˈne.ˌtwərk]

bas-relief nom {m}

bas-relief [bas-reliefs]◼◼◼(a low or mostly-flat sculpture)
noun
[UK: ˌbɑː.ri.ˈliːf] [US: ˌbɑː.ri.ˈliːf]

bourrelier nom {m}

saddler [saddlers]◼◼◼(someone who makes and repairs saddles)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.lə(r)] [US: ˈsæ.də.lər]

haut-relief nom {m}

high relief◼◼◼(sculpture in which forms extend from the background by at least half of their depth)
noun
[UK: haɪ rɪ.ˈliːf] [US: ˈhaɪ rə.ˈliːf]

ouf [relief] interjection

phew◼◼◼(Used to show relief, fatigue, or surprise)
interjection
[UK: fjuː] [US: ˈfjuː]
Phew! That was close! = Ouf ! Il était grand temps !

sans relief; Canadian: drabe adjectif

drab [drabber, drabbest](with a dull or uninteresting appearance, see also: dull; uninteresting)
adjective
[UK: dræb] [US: ˈdræb]

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