Daily French Audio - Words





Words used in this podcast
Word Root Meanings
 
mâchoire 1. n-f. jaw| jawbone
argent 1. n. silver
2. n. money
3. n. (tincture) argent (white in heraldry)
frère 1. n. brother (relation)
2. : Mon frère n'a rien fait. - My brother didn't do anything.
3. n. brother (monk)
4. : Frère Martin, qu'est-ce que vous cherchez ? - Brother Martin, what is it you seek?
décennie 1. n. decade, ten-year period
nombre 1. n. number
nombrer 1. v. To number
bombe 1. n. bomb (a device filled with explosives)
2. n. aerosol (either the substance or the container)
3. n. (colloquial) a hottie, a bombshell
4. n. globular glass vessel| demijohn, carboy
5. n. bombe glacée, a frozen dessert consisting of two or more different kinds of ice cream, often with a light, frothy center made of eggs and sugar, frozen in a melon-shaped mold
bomber 1. v. (intransitive or reflexive) to bulge
2. v. (figurative) to cower, to bend
3. v. (colloquial) to move, walk quickly
4. v. (colloquial) to spray-paint (especially of taggers or graffiti artists)
5. n. bomber jacket
machine à laver 1. n-f. washing machine
papier hygiénique 1. toilet paper
parc 1. n. park
2. n. playpen (for children)
3. n. pen (for animals)
4. n. (total) number| stock (de)
trouver 1. v. to find
2. v. to find/think, as in to have thoughts regarding/on something.
3. : Je vous trouve si jolie. - I think you're so pretty.
4. v. (reflexive, se trouver) to find oneself
5. v. (reflexive, se trouver) To be found, to be situated, to be
marque 1. n. mark (spot)
2. n. brand (of a company)
3. n. mark (on one's body, e.g. a birthmark)
4. v. first-person singular present indicative of marquer
5. v. third-person singular present indicative of marquer
marquer 1. v. To mark, mark down (to add a mark or a spot to something)
2. : Marquer le papier.
3. :  | To mark down the paper.
4. v. To mark (to place a mark in something as a reminder).
5. : Marquer la page dans le livre
recette 1. n. recipe, receipt
2. n. income
3. n. acceptance testing
œuf 1. n. egg
2. n. egg| ovum
lécha 1. v. third-person singular past historic of lécher
lécher 1. v. to lick
2. v. (figurative, informal) to polish, to refine (one's work)
plusieurs 1. adj. several, many, a lot


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