dislocation translation | English-French dictionary

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dislocation

  

      n  
   [+shoulder, elbow, hip, ankle, jaw, finger]   déboîtement    m  , dislocation    f  
   (=disruption)   [+system, process, service]   bouleversement    m     
→ Millions of refugees have suffered a total dislocation of their lives.        
→ the manifest economic dislocation and unemployment of the 1930s        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
dislocation n.
dislocation

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
luxation récidivante
[Med.]
n.
luxation du rachis cervical
[Med.]
n.
luxation récidivante
[Med.]
n.
luxation gléno-humérale
[Med.]
n.
luxation traumatique
[Med.]
n.
luxation atloïdo-axoïdienne
[Med.]
n.
luxation de la rotule
[Med.]
n.
luxation du genou
[Med.]
n.
déplacement du cristallin
[Med.]
n.
luxation de l'épaule
[Med.]
n.
luxation du cristallin
[Med.]
n.
luxation congénitale de la hanche
[Med.]
n.
ectopie du cristallin
[Med.]
n.
subluxation du cristallin
[Med.]
n.
luxation isolée du semi-lunaire
[Med.]
n.
luxation du cristallin
[Med.]
n.
subluxation du cristallin
[Med.]
n.
désorganisation
[Med.]
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'dislocation' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
dislocation
n.
dislocation
n.
dislocation
[Med.]
n.
congenital dislocation
[Med.]
n.
Kienböck's dislocation
[Med.]
n.
Kienböck's dislocation
[Med.]
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