brûlée translation | French-English dictionary

brûlée n.
burnt person

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
burnt alive
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tête brûlée

  

      nf   desperado
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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
nf.
hothead
n.
scorched earth
[Bus.]
n.
burnt topaz
n.
serious burn victim
v.
be burnt alive
v.
burn to death
n.
burnt umber
n.
burnt sienna
n.
scorched earth policy
~
exp.
burnt earth policy
v.
burn to death
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'brûlée' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
tête brûlée
"brûlée": examples and translations in context
Le dioxyde de soufre (SO2) est un gaz incolore qui a une odeur d'allumette brûlée. Sulphur dioxide (SO2) is a colorless gas that smells like burnt matches.
Il ne suffit pas de crier au feu quand la maison est totalement brûlée. It is no use raising the alarm after the house has burnt down.
Déclarer toute condition dangereuse : dommage, usure, lumière brûlée. Réparer immédiatement. Report hazards such as uneven boards, cracks, burnt-out lights. Fix immediately.
Seule l'Alberta a déclaré des chiffres supérieurs à la moyenne à long terme pour la surface brûlée. Only Alberta came in above the long-term average for the amount of area burned.
On ajoute des fondants, tels que de la chaux brûlée ou de la dolomite, pour produire le laitier. Fluxes such as burnt lime or dolomite are added to the bath to produce slag.
Ils pratiquent la politique de la terre brûlée et ils vont le regretter un jour. They are engaged in a scorched earth policy they will live to regret.
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