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méchant

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      adj  
   [personne, parole]   nasty  
Ne sois pas méchant avec ton petit frère.      Don't be nasty to your little brother.  
   [enfant]   (=pas sage)   naughty
   [animal]   vicious  
"Attention, chien méchant"      "Beware of the dog"  
     (avant le nom)   
[plaie, blessure]  
nasty
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adj.
mean
adj.
nasty ; miserable
adj.
1) nasty, 2) miserable
n.
villain
nm.
bad wolf
n.
bad work
nm.
nasty man
nm.
big bad wolf
adv.
beware of the dog !
adv.
beware of the dog!
adv.
beware of the dog
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'méchant' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
méchant
adj.
méchant
adj.
méchant
n.
méchant
n.
méchant
adj.
méchant
v.
devenir méchant
v.
être méchant
exp.
devenir méchant
exp.
"chien méchant"
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"méchant": examples and translations in context
Trois quadras ouvrent leur porte au Grand méchant loup Three men in their forties welcome in the Big Bad Wolf
Salvatores : "Mon méchant père qui enseigne la haine avec amour" Salvatores: "My bad father, who teaches hate with love"
Les enfants ont été très méchant à Elm Street. The children have been very bad on Elm Street.
Il y avait un chef indien très méchant. Le plus méchant qui ait jamais vécu. There was a bad Indian chief lived there... the worst Indian that ever lived.
Pas avant que le grand méchant John arrive et me donne ce que j'attends. Not before the Big Bad John shows up and gives me what I'm waiting for.
L'hon. Ralph Goodale: Vous avez l'air plutôt méchant, Jim. Hon. Ralph Goodale: You are looking rather mean, Jim.
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