marraine translation | French-English dictionary

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marraine

  

      nf  
   [+enfant]   godmother
   [+navire, rose]   christener, namer
   [+événement, opération, cause]   patron  
→ Elle est marraine de la Fédération internationale des droits de l'homme.        
→ Elle a choisi pour marraine Pippa.        
   [+nouveau membre]   sponsor
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

margarine, marine, marrant, marin

marraine n.
godmother

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'marraine' found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
marraine
n.
parrain et marraine
exp.
le parrain et la marraine
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"marraine": examples and translations in context
Kasia Smutniak marraine de la 69ème Mostra de Venise Kasia Smutniak godmother of the 69th Venice Film Festival
Je suis la “marraine” de dizaines de jeunes adultes. I am the “godmother” of dozens of young adults.
Je ne reste pas,je voulais juste remercier marraine,pour le joli chandail ! I'm not staying. I just wanted to thank godmother for the beautiful jumper.
Lors de notre rencontre, au bal, je n'étais pas envoyée par ma marraine-fée. When we met that night at the ball, it wasn't my fairy godmother who sent me.
Je suis ta marraine Bonne fée. Je suis venue changer ta vie, Cendrillon. I'm your fairy godmother, and I'm here to change your life, Cinderella.
Ce n'est pas un hasard si je suis marraine de ce projet de loi. It is no accident that I am sponsoring this bill.
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