gênant translation | French-English dictionary

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gênant

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      adj  
   [objet]   cumbersome
   [histoire, personne]   embarrassing
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

gentiane, géant, grenat, genêt

gênant adj.
annoying

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adj.
annoying
n.
embarrassing witness
n.
fine for causing a parking obstruction
exp.
They eliminated the awkward witnesses.
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'gênant' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
pr. part
gênant
adj.
gênant
adj.
gênant
pr. part
gênant
pr. part
gênant
pr. part
gênant
adj.
plutôt gênant
adj.
gênant le trafic
[Tech.]
adj.
gênant la digestion
[Med.]
exp.
C'est plutôt gênant.
"gênant": examples and translations in context
M. Monte Solberg: ...et ils applaudissent. Voilà qui est plutôt gênant. Mr. Monte Solberg: —and they are clapping for it. That is embarrassing.
C'est un peu gênant parce que je sais bien que je ne suis pas sûr... de mes travaux. It's a bit embarrassing because I know full well that I am not sure… of my work.
10:04 C'était assez gênant, étant donné ce qu'il se passait dans ma tête. 10:04 It was pretty embarrassing, given what was going on in my mind.
Monsieur le Président, la ministre semble vraiment fière d'un bilan gênant. Mr. Speaker, the minister sure seems proud of an embarrassing record.
Je dois vous dire que j'ai trouvé cela gênant. I must say that I found this embarrassing.
1:23 Il y avait un silence gênant à la table. 1:23 And there would be an awkward silence at the table.
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