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branch

  

      n  
   [+tree]   branche    f     
→ The trees were leafless except for the topmost branches.        
   [+shop]   succursale    f     
→ the Ipswich branch of Marks and Spencer        
   [+bank]   agence    f     
→ At which branch is your account held?        
   [+organization]   section    f     
→ plans for restructuring the executive branch of government along corporate lines        
→ Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist branch        
→ the Kerry branch of the Irish Hotels Federation        
[+family]   branche    f     
→ The Foster-Smith branch of the family emigrated to Australia.        
   [+subject]   branche    f     
→ a new branch of mathematics known as complexity theory        


branch off  
      vi   (=turn off)   bifurquer  
→ After a few miles, a small road branched off to the right.        
→ She branched off down the earth track.        
branch out  
      vi   diversifier ses activités  
to branch out into      étendre ses activités à  
→ Telephone companies are branching out into new information services.        
branch line  
      n   ligne    f   secondaire  
branch manager  
      n   [+bank]   directeur (-trice)      m/f   d'agence  
[+shop]  
directeur (-trice)      m/f   de succursale  
olive branch  
      n   rameau    m   d'olivier  
to hold out the olive branch to sb      tendre à qn le rameau d'olivier  
to offer an olive branch to sb      offrir à qn d'enterrer la hache de guerre  
→ Clarke also offered an olive branch to critics in his party.        
Special Branch  
      n     (British)   renseignements    mpl   généraux
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
1) la branche, 2) la succursale
v.
brancher
[Comp.]
n.
branchement
[Comp.]
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'branch' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
branch
[Bus.]
nf.
branch
[Bus.] Ex.: They have just opened several branches all over the country.
n.
branch code
[Bus.]
n.
branch unit
[Comp.]
n.
branch pipes
[Tech.]
n.
branch office
[Bus.]
n.
branch manager
[Bus.]
n.
branch manager
[Bus.]
n.
branch manager
[Bus.]
n.
branch manager
[Bus.]
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