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reform

  
      n   réforme    f     
→ the task of carrying through the necessary reforms        
→ The Socialists introduced fairly radical reforms.        
He called for the reform of the divorce laws.      Il a appelé à la réforme des lois sur le divorce.  
economic reform      réforme économique  
→ The party embarked on a programme of economic reform.        
constitutional reform      réforme constitutionnelle  
→ The ruling party intends to push through its ideas on constitutional reform.        
electoral reform      réforme électorale  
→ campaigners for electoral reform        
      vt  
   (=change)  
  [+law, system]  
réformer  
→ his proposals for reforming the legal system        
   (=form again)  
  [+band, organization]  
reformer  
→ The 40-year-old singer reformed his band.        
      vi  
   (=change)  
[person]  
s'amender  
→ James promised to reform.        
   (=form again)  
[group, organization]  
se reformer  
→ The official trades union council voted to disband itself and reform as a confederation.        
      modif  
[bill]  
de réforme  
[programme]  
de réformes  
[legislation]  
réformateur (-trice)     
[campaign]  
de réformes  
[group, movement]  
réformateur (-trice)     
a reform package      un train de réformes  


land reform  
      n   réforme    f   agraire  
→ ... the new land reform policy under which thousands of peasant families are to be resettled.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
v.
reformer
n.
réforme
n.
plan de réforme
n.
loi de réforme
[Bus.]
n.
réforme des retraites
n.
réforme de la sécurité sociale
n.
ample réforme
[Bus.]
exp.
réforme économique
exp.
réforme électorale
n.
réforme réglementaire
exp.
un train de réformes
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'reform' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
v.
reform
n.
reform bill
n.
Reform Party
n.
reform proposal
n.
reform commission
n.
fiscal reform
[Bus.]
n.
tariff reform
[Bus.]
n.
spelling reform
n.
teaching reform
n.
monetary reform
[Bus.]
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