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Negro

  
     ( Negroes    pl  )
old-fashioned  
      adj  
     (gen)    noir (e)  
   [music, arts]   nègre, noir (e)  
      n   Noir (e)      m/f  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
adj.
noir
n.
Noir
n.
Noirs
n.
Noires
n.
Noir
n.
Noire
n.
negro spiritual
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'Negro' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
Negro
n.
Negro music
n.
negro spiritual
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"Negro": examples and translations in context
Only Negro student in a Southern university. collecting pillowcases. Le seul étudiant noir d'une université du Sud. Collectionne les taies d'oreillers.
Forget "The Negro Problem". Oubliez "Le problème noir".
The Negro has never been as docile as white Americans wanted to believe. Le nègre n'a jamais été aussi docile que les Américains blancs voulaient le croire.
Equal pay now, but still no commissioned Negro officers. La paye est égale, mais toujours aucun officier commissionné nègre.
Next you'll tell me Jesus was a Negro. Bientôt, il va me faire croire que Jésus était noir.
He threatened to kill a priest or a Negro. Un prêtre catholique ou un noir.
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