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roman

, e  
      adj  
     (ARCHITECTURE)   Romanesque  ,   (en Grande-Bretagne)    Norman
     (LINGUISTIQUE)   Romance    modif  
      nm  
   (=œuvre littéraire, genre)   novel
   (=architecture roman)   Romanesque architecture  
→ Si l'arc de plein cintre, fondateur du roman, donnait satisfaction        


rhéto-roman   , e  
      adj   Rhaeto-Romanic  
roman d'amour  
      nm   love story  
roman d'espionnage  
      nm   spy novel, spy story  
roman-feuilleton        ( romans-feuilletons    pl  )
      nm   serialized novel  
roman-fleuve        ( romans-fleuves    pl  )
      nm   saga, roman-fleuve  
roman noir  
      nm   thriller  
roman-photo        ( romans-photos    pl  )
      nm   photo story  
roman policier  
      nm   detective novel, detective story
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
roman nm.
novel

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adj.
Romanic
adj.
Romanic
n.
sociological novel
n.
Romanesque art
n.
new novel ; nouveau roman
n.
sci-fi novel
n.
roman à clef
nm.
love novel
nm.
pulp novel
n.
whodunnit
n.
action novel
n.
escapist fiction
n.
episodic novel
n.
thriller
n.
detective fiction
exp.
spy story
n.
science fiction novel
n.
heroine of the novel
n.
novel heroine
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'roman' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
roman
adj.
roman
n.
roman noir
n.
roman noir
n.
roman noir
n.
roman policier
[Bus.]
n.
roman policier
n.
roman historique
n.
roman de moeurs
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