taré translation | French-English dictionary

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taré

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      nm/f   cretin
      adj   mental *  , crazy  


tare  
      nf  
     (COMMERCE)   tare
     (héréditaire)    defect
   (=défaut)   defect, flaw
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tare, tare, tarte, taire

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adj.
sickly
[Med.]
n.
degenerate
[Med.]
adj.
spring-loaded
[Tech.]
n.
defect ; tare weight
adj.
spring-loaded
[Tech.]
adj.
sickly
[Med.]
n.
degenerate
[Med.]
n.
average tare
n.
congenital anomaly
n.
hereditary defect
n.
customary tare
n.
genetically transmitted defect
[Med.]
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'taré' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
taré
[Med.]
adj.
taré
n.
tare
[Med.]
n.
tare
n.
tare
[Med.]
n.
tare
n.
tare réelle
n. adj.
malade ; taré ; cinglé ; psychopathe
[Fam.]
n.
flacon à tare
[Med.]
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"taré": examples and translations in context
Weiss est taré mais il n'est pas stupide. Weiss might be crazy but he's not stupid.
Laurel essayait d'aider Kelly à rembourser son taré de mari. Laurel was trying to help Kelly pay back her crazy husband.
Un taré de flic imagine qu'on a enterré un cercueil vide. -No Some crazy cop thought an empty coffin was buried here
C'est un taré, un abruti, mais pas un menteur. He's crazy, he's a fool, but he's not a liar.
Un taré de Jésus, va baiser l'ésprit qui est en moi? Some crazy Jesus freak, gonna fuck the spirit into me?
Alors soit il t'aime bien vraiment, Andrea, soit il est encore plus taré que toi. So it's either he really likes you, Andrea, or he's a bigger freak than you are.
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