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regard

  

      nm  
     (action de regarder, yeux)    look  
(=coup d'œil)  
glance  
Il lui a jeté un regard méfiant.      He gave him a wary look., He looked at him warily.  
menacer du regard      to look threateningly at  
Tous les regards se sont tournés vers lui.      All eyes turned towards him.  
parcourir du regard      to cast an eye over  
au regard de      with regard to  
au regard de la loi      in the eyes of the law  
en regard      (=vis à vis)   opposite  
en regard de      in comparison with  
   (=expression)   look in one's eye  
On voyait à son regard qu'elle était contrariée.      You could tell from the look in her eyes that she was upset.  
   (=ouverture)   inspection hole  
[+égout]  
manhole  


droit de regard  
      nm   right of access, right of inspection
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
glance
n.
manhole
[Tech.]
adv.
on the opposite page
prep.
with regard to
prep.
towards; regarding; considering
au regard de ce qui vient d'être dit, je préfère ne pas venir : considering ...
prep.
compared to
exp.
in comparison with
n.
lively look
n.
empty stare
[Med.]
n.
fixed stare
exp.
sidelong glance
exp.
sideways glance
n.
eyes like coals
exp.
a sidelong glance
exp.
meaningful look
exp.
a disapproving look
v.
stare
n.
right of inspection
[Bus.]
n.
meaningful glance
n.
right to inspect
v.
look around
exp.
to glance towards
vt.
glare
exp.
to take in
v.
look away
exp.
to cast an eye over
v.
look questioningly
n.
vertical gaze
[Med.]
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'regard' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
regard
[Tech.]
n.
regard
n.
regard
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