frisson translation | French-English dictionary

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frisson

  

      nm  
     (de froid, de fièvre)    shiver  
secoué de frissons      shivering  
     (d'épouvante)    shiver  ,   (de désir, de plaisir)    shiver
     (d'une feuille, sur l'eau)    quiver
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
frisson n.
shiver
[Med.]

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'frisson' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
frisson
n.
frisson
[Med.]
n.
frisson
n.
frissons
[Med.]
v.
frissonner
exp.
un frisson de plaisir
exp.
un frisson d'agitation
exp.
un frisson d'excitation
exp.
un frisson d'excitation
exp.
un frisson d'excitation
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"frisson": examples and translations in context
Un athlète remarquable qui vit pour le frisson de la chasse. An outstanding athlete, he lives for the thrill of the hunt.
Le frisson d’une relation secrète vient des faufillades. Oh, the thrill of a secret affair is the sneaking around.
Et ça donne un drôle de frisson quand ça se produit. That really is... quite a thrill when that happens.
Ce sera comme un petit frisson interdit pour elle. It will be like a little wrongful thrill for her.
Le théâtre, le frisson d'un soir de première. The theater, the thrill of an opening night.
Quand je m'y suis assis pour la 1 re fois, j'ai eu un frisson d'angoisse. I remember the first time I sat behind it, I had a sort of nervous chill:
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