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expression

  

      n  
   [+face]   expression    f     
→ I couldn't see Helen's expression, because her head was turned.        
→ Levin sat there, an expression of sadness on his face.        
   (=manifestation)   expression    f     
→ Tuesday's memorial service was a moving expression of the nation's sorrow        
   [+goodwill, concern]   témoignage    m     
→ We parted with many expressions of goodwill.        
→ The announcement led to some expressions of concern from ministers.        
   (=feeling)   expression    f     
→ Their singing was full of expression.        
→ I put more expression into my lyrics than a lot of other singers do.        
Try to sing with more expression.      Essayez de chanter en mettant plus d'expression.  
   (=phrase)   expression    f     
→ She's always using slang expressions.        
It's an English expression.      C'est une expression anglaise.  
    freedom of expression  


freedom of expression  
      n   liberté    f   d'expression  
self-expression  
      n   expression    f   de soi  
→ The conflict between the urge for self-expression and the pressure to conform is a central one for her ...        
→ Clothes are a fundamental form of self-expression.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
expression n.
expression

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
zone d'expression
[Comp.]
n.
expression de visage
exp.
expression
n.
expression convenue
n.
cliché
v.
donner libre cours
v.
donné libre cours
past part.
donné libre cours
pr. part
donnant libre cours
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'expression' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
expression
nf.
expression wrinkle
n.
expression language
[Comp.]
n.
set expression
exp.
set expression
n.
gene expression
[Med.]
n.
saucy expression
n.
lively expression
n.
cheerful expression
n.
preverbal expression
[Med.]
"expression": examples and translations in context
EAU POUR ELLES, the expression of an assertive and free-spirited feminity. EAU POUR ELLES, l'expression d'une féminité affirmée et d'un esprit libre.
The recent Africa-France Summit, held in Mali, is an expression of this concern. Le récent sommet Afrique-France, qui s’est tenu au Mali, en est une expression.
Here the expression "is not ashamed" is associated with public acknowledgment. L’expression « ne pas avoir honte » est associée à une reconnaissance publique.
The Liturgy re-proposes the expression, full of wonder, of the Apostle John: La liturgie repropose l'expression remplie d'émerveillement de l'Apôtre Jean:
Also embodied by the invention are efficient integrative expression vectors. L'invention concerne enfin des vecteurs d'expression intégratifs efficaces.
Mrs Billingham's report gives expression to our concerns. Le rapport de Mme Billingham exprime nos préoccupations.
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