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doux

  
, douce  
      adj  
   (=lisse, moelleux, pas vif)   soft
   (=non calcaire)  
[eau]  
soft
   (=sucré)   sweet  
du cidre doux      sweet cider  
   (=agréable)  
[chaleur]  
gentle
   (=peu fort)  
[moutarde]  
mild  
les drogues douces      soft drugs  
   (=clément)  
[climat]  
mild  
Il fait doux aujourd'hui.      It's mild today.  
   (=pas brusque)   gentle  
C'est quelqu'un de très doux.      He's a very gentle person.  
      nf  
en douce      [partir]   on the quiet  
Il m'a donné cinquante euros en douce.      He slipped me 50 euros on the quiet.  


aigre-doux   , aigre-douce  
      adj  
     (au goût)   
[fruit]  
bittersweet  
[sauce]  
sweet and sour
   [ton]   bittersweet  
ail doux  
      nm   sweet garlic  
billet doux  
      nm   love letter
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

ail doux, billet doux, doué, do

doux adj.
soft

Additional comments:

pschmidt:

dit doux

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adv.
Christ!
n.
slow fire
n.
soft iron
n.
sheep's eyes
n.
cool oven
adj.
ultra soft
n.
unsalted butter
v.
behave nicely ; behave ; toe the line
[Fig.] = bien se tenir
adj.
soft to the touch
adv.
in a cool oven
exp.
sweet cider
adv.
at low prices
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vin doux
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