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papa

  

      nm   dad, daddy  


barbe à papa  
      nf   candy-floss   (Grande-Bretagne)  , cotton candy   (USA)     
bon-papa        ( bons-papas    pl  )
      nm   grandpa, grandad
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
slowly, quietly, smoothly
Il conduit à la papa = He drives slowly/safely
adv.
leisurely
n.
1. father who tends to spoil his children; 2. wealthy man who offers expensive gifts to younger women in exchange of their companionship; sugar daddy
exp.
doting father
nm.
new dad
n.
doting father
nm.
grandpa
n.
grandpa
nf.
cotton candy
n.
old-fashioned music
n.
old-fashioned car
n.
daddy's boy
exp.
daddy's little girl
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'papa' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
papa
n.
papa
n.
papa
n.
papa
exp.
Papa!
n.
papa gâteau
n.
papa gâteau
exp.
Bonjour Papa!
exp.
Papa le jeta à terre.
exp.
Dis bonjour à ton papa!
"papa": examples and translations in context
« C'est papa et maman, et ils sont censés être là pour nous », dit-il. It’s Mom and Dad, and they’re supposed to be there for you,” he says.
Intégrez les minifigurines Olivia, maman et papa. Includes Olivia, Mom and Dad mini-doll figures.
Style et couleurs qui rappelleront à maman et papa leur propre enfance Design and colours will remind mom and dad of their own childhoods
Qu'aurait-il fallu répondre à papa, qui a déjà oublié sa question? What should I have said to Dad, who has already forgotten his question?
Voici Ramon -- (Rires) -- demandant un peu d'attention de son papa cette semaine là. Here's Ramon — (Laughter) — looking for a little attention from Dad that week.
Des voix: Qui est votre papa? [Table des matières] Some hon. members: Who's your daddy? [Table of Contents]
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