notamment translation | French-English dictionary




      adv   in particular
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notamment adv.
in particular

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
in particular
due to
notably because of
notably because of
notably because of
'notamment' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
notamment ; notablement
devenir ami (notamment sur facebook)
he friended me : il m'a pris comme ami sur facebook
1. dénigrement de la France à l'étranger (notamment dans la presse anglo-américaine) 2. autodénigrement français
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"notamment": examples and translations in context
Certains mouvements favorisent l'apparition d'une épicondylite, notamment : Specific movements associated with the development of tennis elbow include:
progrès impressionnants que ce pays a réalisés dans plusieurs domaines, notamment progress it has achieved in a number of areas, including security and social and
Il faut notamment chercher à accroître la capacité du secteur privé autochtone. This includes an emphasis on capacity building in the Aboriginal private sector.
Les jeunes acteurs donnent notamment la réplique à Teco Celio et Andrea Osvart. Besides the child actors, the cast also includes Teco Celio and Andrea Osvart.
Mesures et matériel de protection, notamment gants, bottes, périodes de repos Protective practices and equipment including gloves, boots, work-rest periods.
Ce dialogue a été engagé, notamment sur les droits de l'homme. This dialogue has been launched, particularly on human rights.
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