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son         

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1]  
, sa     ( ses    pl  )
      adj possessif  
     (antécédent humain masculin)    his  
son père      his father  
Il a perdu son portefeuille.      He's lost his wallet.  
Il est parti voir ses grands-parents.      He's gone to see his grandparents.  
     (antécédent humain féminin)    her  
son père      her father  
Elle a perdu son sac.      She's lost her bag.  
Delphine a oublié ses baskets.      Delphine's forgotten her trainers.  
     (valeur indéfinie)    one's, your  
Il vaut mieux emmener son parapluie car le temps peut être capricieux.      You'd be best to take your umbrella as the weather can be unpredictable.  
     (antécédent non humain)    its  
la ville et ses alentours      the town and its surroundings  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
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son          [2]  
      nm  
   (=bruit, volume, qualité sonore)   sound  
Le son n'est pas très bon.      The sound's not very good.  
baisser le son      to turn the sound down  
   [+blé]   bran  
du pain de son      bran bread  

Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
det.
1) his, 2) her, 3) its
n.
sound
det.
his ; her ; its
nf.
sound track
adv.
as one pleases
adv.
in his/her opinion
adv.
beside him
adv.
without him/her knowing
adv.
to one's disadvantage
adv.
to his/her credit
adv.
towards him/her
adv.
at his/her bedside
adv.
at its pace
n.
1. [Fig.] story ; opinion 2. [Litt.] sound of bell
Ex. avoir plusieurs sons de cloches.
n.
bran flour
adv.
towards him ; towards her ; to him ; to her
= à son égard ; enver lui / envers elle ... très rarement à son lieu ...
adv.
upon his/her arrival
adv.
during his life
exp.
in his absence
nmf.
His Excellency
adv.
against him/her
v.
hold to one's rank, hold to one's position, be up to one's position
adv.
to his/her detriment
exp.
after he had left
exp.
to be at its height
exp.
to agree
v.
take off, lift off, get off the ground, fly, gather momentum
l'avion a pris son envol, l'entreprise a pris son envol
v.
quit one's job, dump one's job
FAMILIAR
v.
deny oneself a good thing ; sulk one's pleasure ; deny one's pleasure
v.
impose one's authority, establish one's authority, strengthen one's authority,
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