Pied-Noir translation | French-English dictionary

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pied-noir

  
     ( pieds-noirs    pl  )
      nmf   French person born in Algeria before independence   French person born in Algeria before independence  
Sa grand-mère est pied-noir.      His grandmother was born in Algeria.  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
Pied-Noir n.
Algerian-born French person

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His grandmother was born in Algeria.
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"Pied-Noir": examples and translations in context
Après avoir salué le matin avec une prière pied-noir, il a commencé la cérémonie avec les membres de l'équipe, marquant les points cardinaux et le centre du chantier avec une branche et remerciant le soleil à chaque fois. After opening the morning with a Blackfoot prayer, he led team members through the ceremony, using a branch to mark the construction site at the four cardinal directions and its center, each time acknowledging the sun.
Je suis fier de représenter la circonscription qui porte le nom d'un grand chef pied-noir, Crowfoot. La bande des Pieds-Noirs n'habite plus dans ma circonscription mais son chef actuel, Striker Crowfoot, est un descendant direct du chef Crowfoot. Les membres d'un... I am proud to represent this riding which is named after the great Blackfoot chief, Crowfoot. Although the Blackfoot band is no longer in my riding, its present chief, Striker Crowfoot, is a direct descendant of Chief Crowfoot. We met with him some time ago as a caucus committee and it was wonderful to sit in his presence and listen to his wisdom.
... capture ». Elle dirigera l’intronisation à la chefferie des Blood, remettra au Premier ministre une parure et le nom autochtone de chef, Chief Speaker ou Ninayh’poaskin en pied-noir. ... Ceremony.” She will lead the induction to the Kainai Chieftainship, provide the Prime Minister with a headdress and an aboriginal name, Chief Speaker or Ninayh’poaskin in Blackfoot.
Les 10 langues autochtones visées par cet appui sont le cri, le déné, le castor, le chippewyan, le saulteux, le nakoda, le pied noir, le kainai, le peikani et le tsuu t'ina. The ten languages supported through this funding include Cree, Dene, Beaver, Chipewyan, Saulteaux, Nakota, Blackfoot, Kainai, Peikani, and Tsuu T'ina.
... de la peau, le cancer du poumon, le cancer du rein et de la vessie, la jaunisse, la cirrhose, les maladies vasculaires périphériques, le syndrome de Raynaud, la maladie du pied noir (type de gangrène), l'anémie et un épaississement de la peau. Arsenicosis, or chronic arsenic poisoning from drinking water, can result in myriad symptoms and diseases including skin cancer, lung cancer, cancer of the kidney and bladder, jaundice, cirrhosis, peripheral vascular disease, Raynaud's syndrome, blackfoot disease (a type of gangrene), anaemia and a thickening of the skin.
Ca, c'est un pied noir, et il a la taille d'une péniche. That is a black foot, and it is the size of a small boat.
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