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grosse

  
      adj f  
    gros  
      nf     (COMMERCE)   gross  


grosse caisse  
      nf   big drum
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
grosse adj.
big

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
wisdom tooth
exp.
canvas
n.
coarse linen
n.
syphilis
n.
general average
[Bus.]
n.
bass drum
n.
bigwig
[Bus.]
n.
high fever
n.
slab ; big slice
attention : grosse tranche de travaux = important stage of works
n.
hot spells
n.
silly goose
n.
large denomination bill
[Bus.]
n.
real pain in the ass
nf.
1. [Fig.] (= somebody who is qualified in his domain) heavyweight ; big name 2. [Litt.] big size ; large size
On dit aussi "une pointure" , "une grande pointure".
n.
large order
n.
heavy artillery
n.
stonework
n.
major consumer
[Bus.]
n.
industrial boilers
n.
high sea
nf.
high to very high sea
exp.
heavy seas
adv.
in high sea
n.
very high sea
n.
real pain in the ass
[Slang]
n.
fundus ventriculi
[Med.]
adv.
in high sea
n.
very high sea
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