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LE

  

      abbrev. for   lupus erythematosus  


Bois-le-Duc  
      n      the French name for       's Hertogenbosch  
fo'c's'le   , fo'c'sle  
      n      a variant spelling of       forecastle  
Houghton-le-Spring  
      n   a town in N England, in Sunderland unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: coal-mining. Pop.: 35100 (1991)  
Îles sous le Vent  
      n      the French name for the       Leeward Islands       3  
-le  
      suffix forming verbs   denoting repeated or continuous action, often of a diminutive nature  
twiddle, wriggle, wrestle     
     (from Middle English -len, Old English -lian, with similar significance)  
Le Carré  
      n   John, real name David John Cornwell. born 1931, English novelist, esp. of spy thrillers such as The Spy who came in from the Cold (1963), Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (1974), Smiley's People (1980), A Perfect Spy (1986), and The Tailor of Panama (1996)  
Le Cateau     (French)  
      n   a town in NE France: site (August 26, 1914) of the largest British battle since Waterloo, which led to the disruption of the German attack on the Allies. Pop.: 9205 (latest est.)  
Le Chatelier's principle  
      n     (Chem)   the principle that if a system in chemical equilibrium is subjected to a disturbance it tends to change in a way that opposes this disturbance  
     (C19: named after H. L. Le Chatelier (1850--1936), French chemist)  
Le Corbusier     (French)  
      n   real name Charles Édouard Jeanneret. 1887--1965, French architect and town planner, born in Switzerland. He is noted for his use of reinforced concrete and for his modular system, which used units of a standard size. His works include Unité d'Habitation at Marseilles (1946--52) and the city of Chandigarh, India (1954)  
Le Creusot     (French)  
      n   a town in E central France: metal, machinery, and armaments industries. Pop.: 33274 (1983 est.)  
Le Fanu  
      n   (Joseph) Sheridan. 1814--73, Irish writer, best known for his stories of mystery and the supernatural, esp. Uncle Silas (1864) and the collection In a Glass Darkly (1872)  
Le Havre     (French)  
      n   a port in N France, on the English Channel at the mouth of the River Seine: transatlantic trade; oil refining. Pop.: 197219 (1990)  
Le Mans     (French)  
      n   a city in NW France: scene of the first experiments in motoring and flying; annual motor race. Pop.: 148465 (1990)  
Le Nôtre     (French)  
      n   André (ɑ̃dre). 1613--1700, French landscape gardener, who created the gardens at Versailles for Louis XIV  
Le Sage   , Lesage     (French)  
      n   Alain-René (alɛ̃rəne). 1668--1747, French novelist and dramatist, author of the picaresque novel Gil Blas (1715--35)  
Lons-le-Saunier     (French)  
      n   a town in E France: saline springs; manufactures sparkling wines. Pop. (conurbation): 210140 (1990)  
Morgan le Fay   , Morgain le Fay  
      n   a wicked sorceress of Arthurian legend, the half-sister of King Arthur  
tout le monde     (French)  
      n   all the world; everyone  
Viollet-le-Duc     (French)  
      n   Eugène Emmanuel (øʒɛn ɛmanɥɛl). 1814--79, French architect and leader of the Gothic Revival in France, noted for his dictionary of French architecture (1854--68) and for his restoration of medieval buildings  
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dernier cri     (French)  
      n  
le          the latest fashion; the last word  
     (literally: last cry)  


Bois-le-Duc  
      n      the French name for       's Hertogenbosch  
fo'c's'le   , fo'c'sle  
      n      a variant spelling of       forecastle  
Houghton-le-Spring  
      n   a town in N England, in Sunderland unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: coal-mining. Pop.: 35100 (1991)  
Îles sous le Vent  
      n      the French name for the       Leeward Islands       3  
LE  
      abbrev. for   lupus erythematosus  
-le  
      suffix forming verbs   denoting repeated or continuous action, often of a diminutive nature  
twiddle, wriggle, wrestle     
     (from Middle English -len, Old English -lian, with similar significance)  
Le Carré  
      n   John, real name David John Cornwell. born 1931, English novelist, esp. of spy thrillers such as The Spy who came in from the Cold (1963), Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (1974), Smiley's People (1980), A Perfect Spy (1986), and The Tailor of Panama (1996)  
Le Cateau     (French)  
      n   a town in NE France: site (August 26, 1914) of the largest British battle since Waterloo, which led to the disruption of the German attack on the Allies. Pop.: 9205 (latest est.)  
Le Chatelier's principle  
      n     (Chem)   the principle that if a system in chemical equilibrium is subjected to a disturbance it tends to change in a way that opposes this disturbance  
     (C19: named after H. L. Le Chatelier (1850--1936), French chemist)  
Le Corbusier     (French)  
      n   real name Charles Édouard Jeanneret. 1887--1965, French architect and town planner, born in Switzerland. He is noted for his use of reinforced concrete and for his modular system, which used units of a standard size. His works include Unité d'Habitation at Marseilles (1946--52) and the city of Chandigarh, India (1954)  
Le Creusot     (French)  
      n   a town in E central France: metal, machinery, and armaments industries. Pop.: 33274 (1983 est.)  
Le Fanu  
      n   (Joseph) Sheridan. 1814--73, Irish writer, best known for his stories of mystery and the supernatural, esp. Uncle Silas (1864) and the collection In a Glass Darkly (1872)  
Le Havre     (French)  
      n   a port in N France, on the English Channel at the mouth of the River Seine: transatlantic trade; oil refining. Pop.: 197219 (1990)  
Le Mans     (French)  
      n   a city in NW France: scene of the first experiments in motoring and flying; annual motor race. Pop.: 148465 (1990)  
Le Nôtre     (French)  
      n   André (ɑ̃dre). 1613--1700, French landscape gardener, who created the gardens at Versailles for Louis XIV  
Le Sage   , Lesage     (French)  
      n   Alain-René (alɛ̃rəne). 1668--1747, French novelist and dramatist, author of the picaresque novel Gil Blas (1715--35)  
Lons-le-Saunier     (French)  
      n   a town in E France: saline springs; manufactures sparkling wines. Pop. (conurbation): 210140 (1990)  
Morgan le Fay   , Morgain le Fay  
      n   a wicked sorceress of Arthurian legend, the half-sister of King Arthur  
tout le monde     (French)  
      n   all the world; everyone  
Viollet-le-Duc     (French)  
      n   Eugène Emmanuel (øʒɛn ɛmanɥɛl). 1814--79, French architect and leader of the Gothic Revival in France, noted for his dictionary of French architecture (1854--68) and for his restoration of medieval buildings  

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radiance   , radiancy  
      n   pl   , -ances, -ancies  
1    the quality or state of being radiant  
2    a measure of the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surface. It is the radiant intensity in a given direction of a small element of surface area divided by the orthogonal projection of this area onto a plane at right angles to the direction.,   (Symbol)    Le         


Bois-le-Duc  
      n      the French name for       's Hertogenbosch  
fo'c's'le   , fo'c'sle  
      n      a variant spelling of       forecastle  
Houghton-le-Spring  
      n   a town in N England, in Sunderland unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: coal-mining. Pop.: 35100 (1991)  
Îles sous le Vent  
      n      the French name for the       Leeward Islands       3  
LE  
      abbrev. for   lupus erythematosus  
-le  
      suffix forming verbs   denoting repeated or continuous action, often of a diminutive nature  
twiddle, wriggle, wrestle     
     (from Middle English -len, Old English -lian, with similar significance)  
Le Carré  
      n   John, real name David John Cornwell. born 1931, English novelist, esp. of spy thrillers such as The Spy who came in from the Cold (1963), Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (1974), Smiley's People (1980), A Perfect Spy (1986), and The Tailor of Panama (1996)  
Le Cateau     (French)  
      n   a town in NE France: site (August 26, 1914) of the largest British battle since Waterloo, which led to the disruption of the German attack on the Allies. Pop.: 9205 (latest est.)  
Le Chatelier's principle  
      n     (Chem)   the principle that if a system in chemical equilibrium is subjected to a disturbance it tends to change in a way that opposes this disturbance  
     (C19: named after H. L. Le Chatelier (1850--1936), French chemist)  
Le Corbusier     (French)  
      n   real name Charles Édouard Jeanneret. 1887--1965, French architect and town planner, born in Switzerland. He is noted for his use of reinforced concrete and for his modular system, which used units of a standard size. His works include Unité d'Habitation at Marseilles (1946--52) and the city of Chandigarh, India (1954)  
Le Creusot     (French)  
      n   a town in E central France: metal, machinery, and armaments industries. Pop.: 33274 (1983 est.)  
Le Fanu  
      n   (Joseph) Sheridan. 1814--73, Irish writer, best known for his stories of mystery and the supernatural, esp. Uncle Silas (1864) and the collection In a Glass Darkly (1872)  
Le Havre     (French)  
      n   a port in N France, on the English Channel at the mouth of the River Seine: transatlantic trade; oil refining. Pop.: 197219 (1990)  
Le Mans     (French)  
      n   a city in NW France: scene of the first experiments in motoring and flying; annual motor race. Pop.: 148465 (1990)  
Le Nôtre     (French)  
      n   André (ɑ̃dre). 1613--1700, French landscape gardener, who created the gardens at Versailles for Louis XIV  
Le Sage   , Lesage     (French)  
      n   Alain-René (alɛ̃rəne). 1668--1747, French novelist and dramatist, author of the picaresque novel Gil Blas (1715--35)  
Lons-le-Saunier     (French)  
      n   a town in E France: saline springs; manufactures sparkling wines. Pop. (conurbation): 210140 (1990)  
Morgan le Fay   , Morgain le Fay  
      n   a wicked sorceress of Arthurian legend, the half-sister of King Arthur  
tout le monde     (French)  
      n   all the world; everyone  
Viollet-le-Duc     (French)  
      n   Eugène Emmanuel (øʒɛn ɛmanɥɛl). 1814--79, French architect and leader of the Gothic Revival in France, noted for his dictionary of French architecture (1854--68) and for his restoration of medieval buildings  

English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus  

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lupus erythematosus  
      n   either of two inflammatory diseases of the connective tissue. Discoid lupus erythematosus is characterized by a scaly rash over the cheeks and bridge of the nose; disseminated or systemic lupus erythematosus affects the joints, lungs, kidneys, or skin,   (Abbrev.)    LE         


Bois-le-Duc  
      n      the French name for       's Hertogenbosch  
fo'c's'le   , fo'c'sle  
      n      a variant spelling of       forecastle  
Houghton-le-Spring  
      n   a town in N England, in Sunderland unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: coal-mining. Pop.: 35100 (1991)  
Îles sous le Vent  
      n      the French name for the       Leeward Islands       3  
LE         
      abbrev. for   lupus erythematosus  
-le  
      suffix forming verbs   denoting repeated or continuous action, often of a diminutive nature  
twiddle, wriggle, wrestle     
     (from Middle English -len, Old English -lian, with similar significance)  
Le Carré  
      n   John, real name David John Cornwell. born 1931, English novelist, esp. of spy thrillers such as The Spy who came in from the Cold (1963), Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (1974), Smiley's People (1980), A Perfect Spy (1986), and The Tailor of Panama (1996)  
Le Cateau     (French)  
      n   a town in NE France: site (August 26, 1914) of the largest British battle since Waterloo, which led to the disruption of the German attack on the Allies. Pop.: 9205 (latest est.)  
Le Chatelier's principle  
      n     (Chem)   the principle that if a system in chemical equilibrium is subjected to a disturbance it tends to change in a way that opposes this disturbance  
     (C19: named after H. L. Le Chatelier (1850--1936), French chemist)  
Le Corbusier     (French)  
      n   real name Charles Édouard Jeanneret. 1887--1965, French architect and town planner, born in Switzerland. He is noted for his use of reinforced concrete and for his modular system, which used units of a standard size. His works include Unité d'Habitation at Marseilles (1946--52) and the city of Chandigarh, India (1954)  
Le Creusot     (French)  
      n   a town in E central France: metal, machinery, and armaments industries. Pop.: 33274 (1983 est.)  
Le Fanu  
      n   (Joseph) Sheridan. 1814--73, Irish writer, best known for his stories of mystery and the supernatural, esp. Uncle Silas (1864) and the collection In a Glass Darkly (1872)  
Le Havre     (French)  
      n   a port in N France, on the English Channel at the mouth of the River Seine: transatlantic trade; oil refining. Pop.: 197219 (1990)  
Le Mans     (French)  
      n   a city in NW France: scene of the first experiments in motoring and flying; annual motor race. Pop.: 148465 (1990)  
Le Nôtre     (French)  
      n   André (ɑ̃dre). 1613--1700, French landscape gardener, who created the gardens at Versailles for Louis XIV  
Le Sage   , Lesage     (French)  
      n   Alain-René (alɛ̃rəne). 1668--1747, French novelist and dramatist, author of the picaresque novel Gil Blas (1715--35)  
Lons-le-Saunier     (French)  
      n   a town in E France: saline springs; manufactures sparkling wines. Pop. (conurbation): 210140 (1990)  
Morgan le Fay   , Morgain le Fay  
      n   a wicked sorceress of Arthurian legend, the half-sister of King Arthur  
tout le monde     (French)  
      n   all the world; everyone  
Viollet-le-Duc     (French)  
      n   Eugène Emmanuel (øʒɛn ɛmanɥɛl). 1814--79, French architect and leader of the Gothic Revival in France, noted for his dictionary of French architecture (1854--68) and for his restoration of medieval buildings  

English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus  

Collaborative Dictionary     English Definition
exp.
l'habit ne fait pas le moine
n.
Traduction : Débile Le Blakkcen n'est pas très intelligent et a cause de la consanguinité, est souvent trisomique. On le trouve principalement sur minecraft et sur d'autres jeux de pyj.
n.
the reason for which anything is done, created, or exists (le but)
adv.
George is home and dry! Le hardeux de boulevard Barcelone Toulouse Matabiau _in facts!
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