application translation | English-French dictionary

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application

  

      n  
   (=request)   application    f     ,   (for a job, a grant)    demande    f  , candidature    f  
The school receives over 10,000 applications each year.      L'école reçoit 10 000 demandes d'inscription chaque année.  
Turkey's application to join the European Community      la candidature de la Turquie à l'Union européenne  
on application      sur demande  
→ Full details are obtainable on application.        
   (=effort)   application    f  , attention    f     
→ his talent, energy and application        
→ For such a job you need considerable application.        
   (=implementation)   applications    fpl     
→ the practical application of classroom theory        
→ Do the results have any practical application?        
the application of sth to sth      les applications de qch à qch  
→ artificial intelligence and its application to robotics        
   (=use)   [+cream]   application    f     
[+weedkiller]  
utilisation    f     
→ This required repeated applications of weedkiller.        
→ The application of a wet cloth will prevent cracking.        


application form  
      n   formulaire    m     
application program  
      n     (COMPUTING)   programme    m   d'application  
planning application  
      n     (British)   demande    f   de permis de construire
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
adj.
d'application
[Bus.]
n.
demande ; application
[Bus.]
nf.
demande d'autorisation
expression employée dans le nucléaire
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'application' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
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application
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application
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application
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adj.
application
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application
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adj.
application
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n.
application
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n.
application
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nm.
application file
n.
application form
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