French Vocabulary Lesson 13

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Basic French Vocabulary lesson at college 101 level. This is lesson 13.

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nounours

teddy bear

ladite

the aforementioned

brèche

the break

billot

the log

chossée

the pavement

démarrage

the strart

cabotin

theatrical, show-off

bourrade

thump, bourrade du coude(dig)

coup de foudre

thunderbolt

foudre

thunderbolt

pompette

tipsy

éméché

tipsy, merry

esquiver

to avoid

aboyer

to bark

trouille

to be scared (avoir la…)

douer

to bless with, talented

rebondir

to bounce

frôler

to brush against

s'esclaffer

to burst out laughing

ensevelir

to bury, to hide

gazouillis

to chirp, to babble, to gurgle

escamoté

to conjure away, to evade, escape

fêler

to crack

abîmer

to damage, to spoil

avilir

to degrade, to debase

revendiquer

to demand, to insist

déceler

to detect

désamorcer

to difuse, to drain

affubler

to disguise, to deck with clothes

voguer

to drift, to wonder

ahurir

to dumbfound, to astound

musarder

to dwadle, to idle about

s'amenuiser

to dwindle

marivauder

to engage in sophisticatd banter

faillir à la tâche

to fail the task

narguer

to flout, to thumb one's nose at

jauger

to gauge

flancher

to give up, to pack up

s'abîmer

to go bad, to spoil

engloutir

to gobble up, to wolf down

tâtons

to grope along (avancer à)

maugréer

to grumble

jaillir

to gush, to spurt

détenir

to hold, to be in possession of

embrigader

to indoctrinate

demeurer

to live somewhere

larguer

to loose, to release

persifler

to make fun of

cafouiller

to make shambles, to mess up

se gouer

to mess up, to make a mistake

embobiner

to mix up, to hoodwink

fureter

to nose about, to ferret

capitonner

to pad with

garer

to park, to put in store

rafistoler

to patch up

douillet

to pay through the nose,

picosser

to peck, to tease

éplucher

to peel, to disect

manigancer

to plot, to devise

atteindre

to reach, to get at, to attain

songer

to reflect, to consider

désagglutiné

to release

dejanté

to remove from its rim, to go crazy, off your rocker

renier

to renounce

ballotter

to roll around

vadrouiller

to rove around

fuguer

to runaway

s'enfuir

to runaway

érafler

to scratch

hurler

to scream

visser

to screw an

gribouiller

to scribble, to scratch

engouffrer

to shovel, to devour

recroqueviller

to shrivel up, to curl up

siroter

to sip

défoncé

to smash

humer

to smell

ricaner

to snigger

renifler

to snort

ramollir

to soften

patauger

to splash about

étaler

to spread

échelonné

to spread out

accroupir

to squat, to crouch

s'accroupir

to squat, to crouch

veiller

to stay up, to keep a vigil

foudroyer

to strike

s'empiffrer

to stuff one's face

troquer

to swap, to exchange

garrocher

to throw

desarçonné

to throw, to unseat

nouer

to tie, to knot

frémir

to tremble, to shudder

dandiner

to waddle, to waddle along

se vautrer

to wallow

déambuler

to wander, to stroll

brailler

to yell, to howl

crapaud

toad

périple

tour, journey

cerne

tree ring marks, shaddows under the eyes.

bedaine

tummy

déboulonner

unbolt

défèque

undone

balbutier

unintelligle babbling

avéré

was proved or turned out to be…

punaise

water stick insect

démarche

way of walking, start of something, approach

faiblard

weak, feeble

apesenteur

weightlessness

baraqué

well built, rough

puits

well, shaft

costaud

well-built

freluquet

whippersnapper

chuchoter

whisper

écume

white part of the wave, foam

mèche

wick, hair highlights

zigoto

wierdo

faune

wildlife, bunch of people

frimas

wintery weather

bedonnant

with a big tummy

plaie

wound

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