amuse-gueule translation | French-English dictionary

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amuse-gueule

  

      nm inv   appetizer
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See also:

amusé, amuseur, amuser, amusette

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
appetizer
nmpl.
appetizers
nf.
nibbles
n.
appetizer
exp.
have fun
exp.
have fun!
adv.
amusedly
n.
mouth
exp.
shut your face!
exp.
shut up !
[Slang] = ferme ta gueule! = close your mouth
exp.
shut up!
n.
nasty face
adj.
hazardous
n.
risky business
nf.
war veteran with severe facial injuries
nf.
snapdragon
[Bot.]
n.
double harelip
[Med.]
nm.
rant ; fit of bad temper
nf.
hangover
v.
pull a face
exp.
to be sulking
[Fam.]
vi.
pull a face
v.
smash the face
vi.
shut up
exp.
shut up! ; shut your mouth!
[Vulg.]
n.
piss-take ; pissing around ; bunkum ; bullshit ; bullshitting ; humbug; nonsense ; silliness
[Slang];[Arg.];[Fam.] = se moquer de quelqu'un ouvertement. Ex. Cette opération, c'est du foutage de gueule !
adv.
wet behind the ears
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'amuse-gueule' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
amuse-gueule
n.
amuse-gueule
n.
amuse-gueules
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