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    French查询结果如下:

    音标:[frentʃ] 现在分词:frenching
    过去式:frenched 过去分词:frenched
    名词复数:French 第三人称单数:frenches

    基本释义/说明: adj.法国人的;法国的;法语的
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    a.
    法国的;法国人的;法语的;
    the French Community (of Nations)
    法兰西共同体(1958年成立,参加者有法国、中非共和国、乍得、刚果、加蓬、马尔加什和塞内加尔等).
    the French Revolution
    法国大革命(1789年).
    n.
    ①[the French](全体)法国人;
    ②[U]法语
    -扩展释义
    n.
    法语,; 法国的
    She has a little French, but not much science.
    她懂一些法语,但不大懂科学。
    n. 【农业】
    将肉排拍松并表面浅割,海沟
    -French的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    (ethnic) Having contracted a venereal disease. || Having become more like the French.
    “Tell me, who bas frenchified thee, and how dost thou dare to return to Spain, where if they catch thee and recognise thee it will go hard enough with thee?”
    “Still quite light at 16 to 18 pounds, the Frenchified bulldog was thinner and rangier, longer legged and longer bodied than its predecessor.”
    “The little Frenchified figure turned gracefully and took down another dozen cases of revolvers from the shelf.”
    French的形容词比较级形式(非标准)
    Resembling the French or their customs or language.
    Relating to the Franks or their empire; Frankish.
    Centered or focused on France and the French people, language or culture

    名词 变体/同根词

    A French woman.
    “For example, one included an Algerian married to a Frenchwoman, a football player and petty drug dealer, a computing student, and four converts.”
    “The Frenchwoman then suggested that her compatriots may simply have voted no because they do not know enough about Europe.”
    “Nathalie is a Frenchwoman from Grenoble, who’s been transferred here with her start-up company.”
    The quality or characteristic of being French.
    “Arsenal supporters can see no greater loyalty than that of Thierry Henry, but it’s nothing to do with Frenchness or Englishness.”
    “Coded onto female faces and bodies were the Frenchness of fashionability, the Englishness of hygiene, and the sensuousness of Orientals and Mediterraneans.”
    “Arguably the Frenchness of France depends in large measure not on isolation, but on an insistent personal identity in the greater culture of a continent.”
    The use of the French language.
    (music) A French style of rave or gabber music.
    The process of making something culturally or linguistically French.

    动词 变体/同根词

    French的第三人称单数形式
    “And the next stop on our pub crawl in search of sport is the Frenches Club, a working man’s club, in Redhill, in Surrey in England.”
    “The premature closure of Fairhaven Road and problems caused by access from Frenches Road to Linkfield Lane exacerbates the situation.”
    “The Frenches ain’t had no practice, an’ thar’s nothin’ easier than a misdeal about a youngone.”
    (transitive) To make (something) more French in appearance or character. || (intransitive) To become more French.
    “From the very outset it needs to be stated that these series of lectures do not Frenchify McLuhan.”
    “When the grand serious German nature does Frenchify itself, it can become so extravagantly French!”
    “The work of the Oratorists was in a certain measure to Frenchify and modernize the instruction of the Jesuits.”
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