meurtrissure translation | French-English dictionary




      nf     (sur corps)    bruise     (fig)   scar
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meurtrissure n.

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'meurtrissure' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
1. bleu ; ecchymose ; contusion 2. meurtrissure ; talure (sur un fruit)
"meurtrissure": examples and translations in context
Choisir des tubercules ayant une pelure lisse et sans tache, ni défaut ou meurtrissure. Select tubers with tight, unwrinkled skins and no blemishes or bruises.
Évitez tout signe de moisissure ou de meurtrissure. Si la tomate présente des petites craquelures superficielles à sa base, cela ne changera en rien sa qualité. Avoid any sign of mould or bruising. The occasional small surface cracks at the bottom of a tomato won't affect its quality.
... des rivets et comprenant plusieurs couches est monté, lequel permet de répartir efficacement et équitablement le poids du cavalier, afin de minimiser le pincement ou la meurtrissure du dos du cheval. At each connection point between the tree frame and skirts, a multiple-layer, rivet-connected plate assembly (62, 64, and 82, 84) is provided, which saves to effectively and evently distribute the rider's weight, in order to minimize pinching of bruising of the horse's back.
Il n’avait pas de meurtrissures sur le corps, de blessures... rien ! He had neither bruises nor wounds on his body... nothing!
Rechercher une courge à la surface uniformément dure et sèche, sans parties amollies, ni meurtrissures. Look for a dry, uniformly hard surface free of soft spots and bruises.
De légères meurtrissures sur ses épaules du a une hyper-extension des muscles. Slight bruising on her shoulders from a hyperextension of the muscles.
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