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funis n.
cordon ombilical
[Med.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
veine céphalique
[Med.]
n.
moelle épinière
[Med.]
n.
tendon d'Achille
[Med.]
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'funis' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
coiling of funis
[Med.]
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furnish, fun, funds, fungi

"funis": examples and translations in context
Funambule, from Lat. funambulus: funis, rope, and ambulare, walk. Funambule, du latin funambulus: funis, corde, et ambulare, marcher.
In 1986, the last funicular on the Hornberg ceased can still admire two examples of "funis" from the Berghotel Hornberg and the Saanenmöser playground. En 1986, le dernier funi cesse de fonctionner sur le Hornberg. Aujourd'hui, on peut encore admirer deux exemplaires des funis devant l'hôtel de montagne Hornberg et le terrain de jeux de Saanenmöser.
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