D-Day translation | English-French dictionary

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D-day

  

      n   (=important day)   le jour J  
→ It's two days to D-day and he's getting worried.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
See also:

DD, daddy, dandy, DVD-A

D-Day n.
jour J
[Bus.]

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
exp.
adj.
analogique-numérique
[Tech.]
n.
le doctorat
n.
ré bémol
n.
porte D
[Comp.]
adj.
en forme de D
[Comp.]
n.
note D
[Bus.]
n.
ré majeur
n.
ré mineur
n.
curetage de l'utérus
[Med.]
n.
ré dièse
n.
lecteur D :
[Comp.]
exp.
D comme Désirée
[US]
n.
ré bécarre
exp.
D majuscule
n.
vitamine D
n.
segment D
[Med.]
n.
audio 3D
[Comp.]
adv.
en ré majeur
exp.
D comme Désirée
[US]
n.
graphique 3D
[Comp.]
n.
prise en forme de D
[Comp.]
n.
part D
[Bus.]
n.
rendu en 3D
[Comp.]
n.
activité de l'acide deshydratase
[Med.]
n.
Washington
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'D-Day' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
exp.
D-day
nm.
D-day
n.
D-Day
[Bus.]
nfpl.
(D-Day) landing beaches ; beaches of the D-Day landings ; D-Day beaches
[Hist.]
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