There are 2 main translations of french in Español

: french1French2

french1

Pronunciación /frɛn(t)ʃ//frɛn(t)ʃ/

verbo transitivo

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There are 2 main translations of french in Español

: french1French2

French2

francés, adj.

Pronunciación /frɛn(t)ʃ//frɛn(t)ʃ/

adjetivo

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    francés

nombre

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    (language)
    francés masculino
    • None of the inhabitants spoke French as a native tongue, and few understood it.
    • The word in French means sand, so it also refers to the cake's sandy-looking texture.
    • As well as Gaelic, Scots and English, he wrote poems in French, Italian and Norwegian.
    • I have noted elsewhere some examples of translations from French, Spanish and Italian.
    • Almost every one here speaks French, some do speak English, and a lot of the time you can find some one that speaks both.
    • Morocco used to be colonised by France which explains why French is still spoken as a second language.
    • The French actors spoke French, the Italian actors spoke Italian and the boys spoke English.
    • It was very exciting to eat French food, hear French being spoken and see the displays in the shops.
    • The seating plan was drawn up using French, the traditional language of diplomacy.
    • Oscar can speak fluent French, orders fancy food properly, and has a passion for Voltaire.
    • Huddled in a corner, the language was alternating between French, German and English.
    • Do you expect me to believe that in a place other than France people speak French?
    • In any case, remember that you won't have to write or speak in French on either of these tests.
    • He'd worked in France and Italy, he speaks fluent French and he wanted an excuse to live and work in France again.
    • He had a particular skill in languages, speaking French, Latin, Greek and even Hebrew.
    • The six islands are named in Arabic, in the local Afar language, and in French.
    • The landlord speaks fluent French and right next door is a Breton seafood restaurant.
    • Many speak excellent English, but some will speak French as a first language.
    • His parents sent him to a Dutch language class even though he speaks French at home.
    • She speaks fluent French and it is no surprise she was chosen for this particular wedding.
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    (people)
    the French los franceses
    • The single red flower is also used in hibiscus syrups, popularised by the French.
    • But the Finns, like the French and Greeks and Irish and the rest of them are quite happy with the euro.
    • The Portuguese rival the French and Italians in terms of per capita wine consumption.
    • It would be easy to give credit to the French for designing such a beautiful car.
    • The event itself is clearly global in its intent but it stubbornly remains the cultural property of the French.
    • Indeed in the final analysis the British gained more than the French from the upheavals in Italy.
    • Persuading the French to accept a downgrading of agriculture will involve high political skills.
    • Put another way, the French and Germans have found a way of making the market serve everyone.
    • There was certainly no trouble around the ground and the England fans were mingling with the French.
    • For it was the French, rather than the British, who took the lead in organising sport as a global phenomenon.
    • Overall, the French export more per capita than the Japanese and more than twice as much as the Americans.
    • But Pierce has finally delivered on all her promise and that should be enough even for the French.
    • To start with, the French erected monuments to their heroes lost in the struggle for Liberty in the city of Rome.
    • He spent a spell in the summer of 1830 in France studying the teaching methods used by the French.
    • Retired York history professor Norman Hampson first fell in love with the French during the war.
    • This city was under the French for a long time and the influence still hasn't worn off.
    • Even the Americans are less productive than the French for each hour worked.
    • Almost from the time of European contact it was disputed by the British and the French.
    • Consider the effect of those two quotes on the the British, the Americans and the French.
    • Of all the saints venerated by the French in the nineteenth century, Mary was the most prominent.