gare translation | French-English dictionary

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gare

  
      nf   railway station, station, train station   (USA)     
entrer en gare      to arrive  
→ le TGV 561 en direction de Paris va entrer en gare voie numéro 7        
      excl  
gare à ...!      mind ...!, watch out for ...!  
Gare aux serpents!      Watch out for snakes!  
gare à ne pas ...      mind you don't ...  
gare à toi!      watch out!  
sans crier gare      without warning  


chef de gare  
      nmf   station master  
→ la chef de gare et son mari        
gare de triage  
      nf   marshalling yard  
gare maritime  
      nf   harbour station  
gare routière  
      nf  
   [+bus]   coach station, bus station   (Grande-Bretagne)  
   [+camions]   haulage depot   (Grande-Bretagne)  , trucking depot   (USA)  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
gare n.
station

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
TGV station
nf.
RER station
n.
canal basin
nf.
bus station
n.
station of departure
n.
bus station
n.
station of arrival
n.
marshalling yard
n.
scraper trap
[Tech.]
n.
Waterloo Station
n.
passenger station
n.
goods station
n.
station forecast
n.
station master
n.
station hall
nm.
platform
nm.
pulp novel
n.
station buffet
n.
entry into the station
v.
enter the station
exp.
to arrive
exp.
without warning
adv.
without a warning
n.
pulp literature
n.
station newsstand
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'gare' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
gare
n.
gare maritime
n.
gare de marchandises
[Bus.]
n.
roman de gare
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