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acrobate (m/f)
acrobat
animal (m)
animal
anniversaire (m)
birthday
attendre (verb)
to wait
bienvenu(e) (adj)
welcome
bijou(x) (m)
jewels, jewellery
bizarre (adj)
odd, curious, strange
bon appétit (m)
enjoy your meal
bonjour (m)
hello
boum (m)
party
bouteille (f)
bottle
cadeau(x) (m)
present, presents
cérémonie (f)
ceremony
cirque (m)
circus
embrasser (verb)
to hug, to kiss
en famille
with the family, as a family
excursion (f)
outing, trip
faire la bise (verb + f)
to greet with a kiss
fast-food (m)
fast-food restaurant
félicitations
congratulations
fiançailles (pl)
engagement
fiancé(e) (m/f)
fiancé, betrothed
gardien(ne) (m/f)
warden, zookeeper, keeper zoo keeper
gâteau de fête (m)
celebration cake
impressionnant(e) (adj)
impressive
jour de congé (m)
day off, holiday
lumière (f)
light
parc d’attractions (m)
theme park
parc aquatique (m)
waterpark, aquapark
mariage (m)
wedding
marié (m)
groom
mariée (f)
bride
montre (f)
watch
musée (m)
museum
nappe (f)
table cloth
noces (f pl)
wedding festivities
parfum (m)
perfume
passionnant(e) (adj)
exciting, gripping
pique-nique (m)
picnic
présenter (verb)
to introduce
ravi(e) (adj)
delighted
rencontrer (verb)
to meet
rendre visite à (verb)
to visit people, to visit
robe (f)
dress
ruban (m)
ribbon
self-(service) (m)
self-service restaurant
sortie scolaire (f)
school outing, school trip
sortie (f)
exit, way out
serviette (m)
table napkin, serviette
souhaiter la bienvenue (verb)
to welcome
spécialité de la maison (f)
speciality of the house
spectacle (m)
show, performance
visiteur(euse) (m/f)
visitor
(jardin) zoo(logique) (m)
zoo
aller à la pêche
to go fishing
aller chercher (verb)
to fetch
athlétisme (m)
athletics
balle de tennis (f)
tennis ball
ballon de football (m)
football
batterie (f)
drums
boîte de nuit (f)
discotheque, nightclub
bowling (m)
ten-pin bowling
bricolage (m)
do-it-yourself, DIY
bricoler (verb)
to tinker, to do odd jobs
canne à pêche (f)
fishing rod
centre sportif (m)
sports centre
chez moi
at my home, at home
complexe sportif (m)
sports centre
correspondant(e) (m/f)
penfriend, pen friend
courir (verb)
to run
danser (verb)
to dance
dessiner (verb)
to draw
échecs (m pl)
chess
écouter (verb)
to listen
équipe (f)
team
faire de la musculation
to do weight training
faire de la natation
to go swimming
faire de la peinture
to paint
faire de la planche à roulettes
to skateboard
faire de la planche à voile
to windsurf
faire de la voile
to sail
faire de l'équitation
to go horse-riding, to go horse riding
faire du bowling
to go tenpinbowling
faire du cheval
to go horse-riding
faire du footing
to go jogging
faire du roller
to go rollerblading
faire du ski nautique
to water ski
faire du sport
to do sports
faire du vélo
to go cycling
faire partie de
to belong to
faire une promenade
to go for a walk
faire une randonnée
to go for a long walk, hike
flûte (f)
flute
flûte à bec (f)
descant recorder, recorder
gymnastique (f)
gymnastics
jardinage (m)
gardening
jardiner (verb)
to garden
jeu de société (m)
board game
jeu électronique (m)
electronic game
jeu vidéo (m)
video game
jouer à (verb)
to play (sports)
jouer de (verb)
to play (instrument)
jouet (m)
toy, play thing
joueur(~euse) (m/f)
player
lancer (verb)
to throw
lecture (f)
reading
lire (verb)
to read
loisirs (m pl)
leisure, pastime, pastimes
maison des jeunes (f)
youth club
match de (m)
match of, game of
nager (verb)
to swim
passe-temps (m)
pastime
patinage artistique (m)
figure skating
patinoire (f)
skating rink
patins à glace (m pl)
ice skates
patins à roulettes (m pl)
rollerskates
piano (m)
piano
plonger (verb)
to dive
raquette (f)
racket
roman (m)
novel
sauter (verb)
to jump
s'amuser (verb)
to enjoy, to enjoy yourself
se baigner (verb)
to go swimming
se détendre (verb)
to relax
s'inscrire (verb)
to register, to enter
se promener (verb)
to go for a walk
se reposer (verb)
to rest
sortir (verb)
to go out
sportif(~tive) (adj)
sporty
stade (m)
stadium
temps libre (m)
spare time
terrain de sport (m)
sports ground
trompette (f)
trumpet
violon (m)
violin
achats (m pl)
purchases
acheter (verb)
to buy
argent de poche (m)
pocket money
banque (f)
bank
bijouterie (f)
jewellery shop
bon marché (inv adj)
cheap
boucherie (f)
butchers
boulangerie(f)
bakers
boutique (f)
small shop
bureau de change (m)
foreign exchange office
caisse (f)
till, cash desk
carte de crédit (f)
credit card
carte bancaire (f)
debit card
centre commercial (m)
shopping centre, shopping mall
chapeau (m)
hat
chaussures (f pl)
shoes
charcuterie (f)
cooked meat shop
chèque (de voyage) (m)
travel cheque
cher/chère (adj)
expensive
choix (m)
choice
client(e) (m/f)
customer, client
combien (adv)
how much, how many
commander (verb)
to order
commerçant(e) (m/f)
shopkeeper
confiserie (f)
sweet shop
coûter (verb)
to cost
cuir (m)
leather
doigt (m)
finger
exercice (m)
exercise
facture (f)
bill, charge
faire des économies (f pl)
to save, to make savings
faire du lèche-vitrine
to window shop
faire du shopping (m)
to go shopping, to shop
fermer (verb)
to close
fermeture (f)
closing
grande surface (f)
supermarket, hypermarket
grand magasin (m)
department store
hypermarché (m)
hypermarket
librairie (f)
bookshop
magasin (m)
shop, store
magasin de cadeaux (m)
gift shop
libre-service (m)
self-service shop
marchand (m)
seller, shopkeeper
marché (m)
market
monnaie (f)
change, coins, currency, money
ouverture (f)
opening
ouvrir (verb)
to open
papeterie (f)
stationery, stationery shop
pharmacie (f)
chemist, chemists, pharmacy
pointure (f)
shoe size
portefeuille (m)
wallet
porte-monnaie (m)
purse
prix (m)
price
rayon (m)
department
sac en plastique (m)
plastic bag
solde (m)
sale
supermarché (m)
supermarket
taille (f)
size
vendre (verb)
to sell
vêtements (m pl)
clothes
vitrine (f)
shop window
alcool (m)
alcohol
aller mieux (verb)
to be better
asthme (m)
asthma
avoir (de) la fièvre
to have a temperature
avoir mal à l'estomac
to have stomach ache
avoir mal à l'oreille
to have earache
avoir mal à la gorge
to have a sore throat
avoir mal à la tête
to have a headache
avoir mal au cœur
to feel sick
avoir mal au cou
to have a stiff neck
avoir mal au dos
to have backache
avoir mal au ventre
to have stomach ache
avoir mal aux dents
to have toothache
blessé(e) (adj)
injured
bouche (f)
mouth
bras (m)
arm
cœur (m)
heart
comprimé (m)
pill, tablet
corps (m)
body
dent (f)
tooth
diarrhée (f)
diarrhoea
dormir (verb)
to sleep
être enrhumé(e)
to have a cold
être en (pleine) forme
to be in good shape, to be very well
fumer (verb)
to smoke
fumeur (m)
smoker
garder le lit
to stay in bed
genou (m)
knee
gorge (f)
throat
grandir (verb)
to get taller
grave (adj)
serious
grippe (f)
flu, influenza
grossir (verb)
to put on weight
heurter (verb)
to hit, to knock
hôpital (m)
hospital
infirmier (~ère) (m/f)
nurse
jambe (f)
leg
langue (f)
tongue
maigrir (verb)
to lose weight
main (f)
hand
malade (adj)
ill, sick
maladie (f)
illness
médecin (m/f)
doctor
médicament (m)
medicine, drugs
mouchoir en papier (m)
paper handkerchief
nez (m)
nose
œil (m) yeux (m pl)
eye eyes
ordonnance (f)
prescription
oreille (f)
ear
pied (m)
foot
pillule (f)
pill
piquer (verb)
to inject, to sting
piqûre (f)
injection, bite, sting
prendre (verb)
to take
rendez-vous (m)
appointment
sain(e) (adj)
healthy
SAMU (m)
ambulance service
sang (m)
blood
santé (f)
health
sirop (m)
mixture, syrup
souffrir (verb)
to suffer
sparadrap (m)
sticking plaster
tabac (m)
tobacco
tête (f)
head
tomber (verb)
to fall
tomber malade
to become ill, to fall sick
tousser (verb)
to cough
ventre (m)
stomach
vomir (verb)
vomit
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