mort in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

Translations for mort in the French»English Dictionary

mort1 [mɔʀ] NOUN f

1. mort (d'être vivant):

2. mort (d'activité, étoile):

See also souffle, cheval

souffle [sufl] NOUN m

1. souffle PHYSIOL (respiration):

I.chev|al <pl chevaux> [ʃ(ə)val, o] NOUN m

1. cheval ZOOL:

II.à cheval sur PREP

III.chev|al <pl chevaux> [ʃ(ə)val, o]

IV.chev|al <pl chevaux> [ʃ(ə)val, o]

I.mort2 (morte) [mɔʀ, mɔʀt] VERB pp

mort → mourir

II.mort2 (morte) [mɔʀ, mɔʀt] ADJ

1. mort (sans vie):

III.mort2 (morte) [mɔʀ, mɔʀt] NOUN m (f) (défunt)

IV.mort NOUN m

V.mort2 (morte) [mɔʀ, mɔʀt]

See also rat, mourir

rat [ʀa] NOUN m

I.mourir [muʀiʀ] VERB intr + v être

1. mourir (cesser de vivre):

II.se mourir VERB refl

III.mourir [muʀiʀ]

mort-né (mort-née) <mpl mort-nés> [mɔʀne] ADJ

semi-mort (semi-morte) <mpl semi-morts> [səmimɔʀ, ɔʀt] ADJ

corps-mort <pl corps-morts> [kɔʀmɔʀ] NOUN m NAUT

demi-mort (demi-morte) <pl demi-morts, demi-mortes> [dəmimɔʀ, mɔʀt] ADJ

mort-aux-rats <pl mort-aux-rats> [mɔʀoʀa] NOUN f

trompe-la-mort <pl trompe-la-mort> [tʀɔ̃plamɔʀ] NOUN mf

trompette-de-la-mort <pl trompettes-de-la-mort> [tʀɔ̃pɛtdəlamɔʀ] NOUN f BOT

croque-mort <pl croque-morts>, croquemort <pl croquemorts> [kʀɔkmɔʀ] NOUN m inf

mort in the PONS Dictionary

Translations for mort in the French»English Dictionary (Go to English»French)

I.mort(e) [mɔʀ, mɔʀt] VERB

mort part passé de mourir

II.mort(e) [mɔʀ, mɔʀt] ADJ

III.mort(e) [mɔʀ, mɔʀt] NOUN m(f)

See also mourir

mourir [muʀiʀ] VERB intr irr +être

1. mourir (cesser d'exister):

mort [mɔʀ] NOUN f

Phrases:

Mort [mɔʀ] NOUN f

I.mort-né(e) <mort-nés> [mɔʀne] ADJ

II.mort-né(e) <mort-nés> [mɔʀne] NOUN m(f)

croque-mort <croque-morts> [kʀɔkmɔʀ] NOUN m inf

mort-aux-rats [mɔʀoʀa] NOUN f inv

Translations for mort in the English»French Dictionary (Go to French»English)

mort Examples from the PONS Dictionary (editorially verified)

mort Glossary of Refrigeration Technology courtesy of GEA Bock GmbH

American English

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