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rocher

  

      nm  
   (=pierre)   rock
     (ANATOMIE)   petrosal bone
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roche, roche, rochet, rocker

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
rock
n.
cliff ; petrous bone
[Med.]
nm.
Sisyphean task
Un travail difficile, toujours recommencé. Never-ending, difficult task. Sisyphus was punished to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and to repeat this action forever.
exp.
a rock covered with moss
exp.
The rock face towers 200m above the sea.
n.
apex of petrous
[Med.]
n.
apicectomy
[Med.]
adv.
like a limpet to a rock
n.
rock fall
n.
rock
[Tech.]
n.
source rock ; bedrock
n.
rockwool
n.
foliated rock
n.
calcareous rocks
n.
eruptive rocks
n.
intrusive rock
n.
stratified rocks
n.
volcanic rocks
n.
sedimentary rocks
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'rocher' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
rocher
[Med.]
n.
rocher
n.
rocher
[Med.]
n.
rocher
n.
rocher
n.
rocher escarpé
exp.
Je me suis assis sur un rocher.
exp.
Il s'est éraflé la main sur un rocher.
exp.
Les gens avaient gravé leur nom dans leur rocher.
n.
Dôme du Rocher

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