slender translation | English-French dictionary

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slender

  

      adj  
   [person]   svelte, mince  
[wrist, waist]  
fin (e)     
→ ... the tall girl's slender waist.        
   (=small)  
[chance, hope]  
faible, ténu (e)     
→ Their chances of success are slender.        
→ With such slender resources they cannot hope to achieve their aims.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
See also:

sender, spender, sled, sledge

slender adj.
mince

Additional comments:

llivia:

+ svelte, faible, ténu

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
faible majorité
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'slender' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
adj.
slender
adj.
slender
adj.
slender
adj.
thin ; slender
adj.
slender ; slim ; tall and slim
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"slender": examples and translations in context
Yes,uh,tall and slender, brown hair,brown eyes. Oui, grande et mince, brune, les yeux marrons.
Even if she's fat, she wants to be called slender, pretty, and cute. Même si elle est grosse, elle veut entendre 'mince, jolie, et mignonne'.
However, isn't it rather slender evidence... Ne croyez-vous pas que les preuves sont minces ?
But you gotta admit, she is nice and slender. Mais admettez qu'elle est jolie et mince.
"if the slender thread of truth is to remain woven into the fabric... "si nous voulons que le mince fil de vérité reste tissé dans l'étoffe fragile
The quadrangular minaret is not especially slender in shape. Le minaret quadrangulaire n'est pas particulièrement élancé.
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