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oreille

  

      nf  
     (ANATOMIE)   ear  
oreille interne      inner ear  
     (locutions)    avoir de l'oreille      to have a good ear  
avoir l'oreille fine      to have sharp ears, to have good hearing  
l'oreille basse      crestfallen, dejected  
se faire tirer l'oreille      to take a lot of persuading  
dire qch à l'oreille de qn      to have a word in sb's ear about sth  
tendre l'oreille      to prick up one's ears  
prêter l'oreille à qn      to listen to sb, to lend an ear to sb  
prêter l'oreille à qch      to listen to sth  
   [+marmite, tasse]   handle
     (TECHNIQUE)   [+écrou]   wing  


dur d'oreille  
      adj   hard of hearing  
perce-oreille  
      nm   earwig
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
oreille n.
ear
[Med.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
drop ear
n.
external ear
[Med.]
n.
internal ear
[Med.]
n.
middle ear
[Med.]
exp.
inner ear
n.
absolute pitch
n.
forward protrusion of the ear
[Med.]
n.
protruding ear
n.
drooping ear
exp.
dejected
adv.
crestfallen
n.
cup ear
[Med.]
n.
low-lying ear
[Med.]
n.
cauliflower ear
n.
ear clip
n.
ear stud
n.
ear clips
nf.
earring
n.
word of mouth
exp.
to lend an ear
exp.
to prick up one's ears
n.
drop earring
n.
ear plug
exp.
to prick up one's ears
n.
buzzing
[Med.]
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'oreille' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
oreille
[Med.]
n.
oreille
[Tech.]
n.
oreille retournée
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