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bookish

  

      adj  
   (=studious)   studieux (-euse)  
   (=book-loving)   qui aime lire  
→ a sweet-faced, bookish, middle-class English lady        
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books, boorish, bookshop, book

bookish adj.
de livres

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bookish
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"bookish": examples and translations in context
It is institutional and rather bookish. C'est l'institutionnel et plutôt le livresque.
«Find people who don't have a bookish knowledge but instead those with a real experience of human hearts and spiritual realities. «Trouvez des gens qui aient non pas une science livresque, mais une réelle expérience des cœurs et des réalités spirituelles.
I was the bookish fellow in the green cardigan... J'étais le gars studieux au cardigan vert...
I always thought Mark was this bookish language professor, and now you're saying he was with the C.I.A. for 20 years. J'ai toujours cru que Mark était un prof studieux, et vous me dites qu'il est à la CIA depuis 20 ans.
I thought she'd be more bookish. Un peu plus rat de bibliothèque.
All that you said is based on your bookish knowledge, which is superficial knowledge. Tout ce que vous avez dit est basé sur votre connaissance livresque, qui est une connaissance superficielle.
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