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reculé

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[endroit]  
remote
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v.
move back (vt.,vi.) ; put back (vt.,vi.)
v.
decrease (vt.) ; put off (vt.)
[Bus.]
v.
fall (vi.)
[Bus.]
exp.
He stepped back to let her in.
exp.
They postponed the show.
exp.
I reversed to let the lorry past.
exp.
prices fell ; prices declined ; prices dropped
n.
recession
[Bus.]
n.
recoil ; drop
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'reculé' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
v.
reculé
[Bus.]
past part.
reculé
[Bus.]
adj.
reculé
vi.
reculer
vi.
reculer
vi.
reculer
v.
reculer
exp.
reculer
v.
reculer
[Comp.]
v.
reculer
[Bus.]
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"reculé": examples and translations in context
Le nombre de licenciements a également nettement reculé. The number from the perspective of discharged labour has also declined significantly.
L'appui financier de tous les donateurs bilatéraux a reculé en 2013. Financial support from all bilateral donors declined in 2013.
Le nombre de personnes édentées a notablement reculé. The number of those with no teeth has significantly decreased.
De plus, les maladies liées à l'eau contaminée ont reculé. Diseases related to contaminated water have also decreased.
C'est dans un endroit très reculé. It is in a very remote place.
Gordon a choisi cet endroit reculé très attentivement. Gordon chose this remote spot very carefully.
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