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Bonet-Maury, of Paris, has shown in the revision of this work, and the practical help which he has so often given to me. Vocal teaching in thes^ matters is not always available; and as it makes all the difference to the foreigner who has occasion to use a word, whether he is able to pro- nounce it so as to be understood, or wliether by mispronunciation he renders it impossible for the person to whom he speaks even to guess what he moans, the phonetic guidance given in these pages will often prove of value. Lead, and Tear, for instance, how can a Frenchman who is lieginning to learn the language tell what sound the ea may i-epresent when even an Englishman can by no possibility say on looking at Lead and Tear, whether they rhyme with ""de Hd" and "near," or "deed" and 'fair," unless he flrst ascertains whether they individually stand for Lead (the metal) or Lead (guidance) : or Tear (a rent in a fubric) or Tear, a tear-drop '.' On the other hand, it becomes impossible for a Frenchman to mistake in pronouncing either of these words when be finds given along with them, in brackets, tliu phonetic signs — line, ber, bite, ledd, lide, taire. sezor a in Salt as o in Sort : he will utter either of these words correctly enough. Ul ' INDICATIVE CONDITION SUBJUNCTI IMPERATIV :£ I .f 6 I ^ 2 ^ a S«i I- o S' = .«• o S =■ I 5 S-fa conseiller : donner =g avis : prevenir [strongly ) engager Ivn.) ,g deliberer | Be ed by me and ..., Je vous engage de ... ESTHET'ICS [& .3^ : time : time of life | a la fletir de : r , In the prime of life | D'un certain , No longer young | En de, Of an age to [ En bas , In infancy : of tender years | Entre deux s, Of middle age | Hors d' , Over age I Au moyen , In the middle ages (pi] ... Before ...'stime : prematurely | ^ Quel avez-vous ? to kneel (devant, before] AQENOUILL-OIR hassock AQENT--. ASP PRANg AIS-ANGLAIS ASS ASPIRANT* -E aspirant : candidate (a, for] _ ] de marine, Midshipman | Pompe e. if 'erous [au corame o dans sort] AURIFICATION" gold-stopping [of tooth] Aurifier' va. | Voile , Shoulder-of-mutton AUROCHS [_6-r6ks\ _ Lsail AURORE dawn : light | horeale, Aurora AUSCULTATION- _ [borealis Ausculter' va. decourageant DIS'COURSE [kor} discours : entretien : traite Discouf'se vn. impoli : incivil DISCOUR'TESY [o] incivilite : impolitease Discov'er [ke-ve-r'] v. DISCOVERY decmwerte DISCRED'IT discredit : deshonneur va. discuter : debattre DISCUSS'ION [fce-c/te-nw] _: debat : examen /DISDAIN' dedain [va.) dedaigner ^Disdain'ful a. descendre [va.) demonter DISOBE'DIENCE d^obiissance (to, a] Disobe'dient a.

And if I wish further to remind myself of the fact that no individual wisdom is sufficient for a task needing the combined intelligence of many brains. To take the combination e a in the English words Bean. Tlie sound of the English terminal BOip UI •S o 5-^ 3 C [7] I. B _ 03^ I _ d AFFAIRES" solicitor : lawver | _ de CHANGE stockbroker | _ de POUCE policeman ange [a.) d'A : angelique AN'GER [agn-guetirj colere : courroux va. en colere : irriter [60] Prepositions used before nouns and participles, Roman type ; before verbs, Italic. Etre endormi : dormir 1 ' To fall , S'endormir Aslo'pe ad. Suction- pump fexhauster ASPIRATEUR fan : ventilator [mac U. upon | S' , To attract each other : to obtain | S' Hne mauvaise affaire, To get into hot water Aftiser" va. timde'] AT-TOUCHEMENT- touch : feeling Aftractif-iw a. | Se faire , To ' get dropped on ' AT'TRAPEUR deceiver : hunter (de, after] [jeu) Aflrayanf -e a. toattrib'ute : to attach : to allot S' , To claim for o's AT'TRIBUT" _bute [a«f-ri-6io Mte] symbol Aftrlbutif -ive a. to auscultate AUSPICE _s (pi] [au comme o dans sorf] Aussl ad. also : too : likewise : so : accordingly : but then : and : therefore | riche que, As rich as | Pas riche que, Not so rich as | bien que. | J'aimerais , I would as soon | qu'il est en moi, As far as I am able I de pris sur I'ennemi. _teria] BACTERIOLOOIE _gy ENGLISH-FRENCH BAP B [bi\ B [bay\ [pencil) tendre et noir B. bachelier-es-Je Ures Wai | To take one's , Etre repu au baccalaureat baume : Bal'tic TIM'BER bois du nord [balsamine Bamboo'zle va. maudire : interdire BAN [6an»i] | BANS ban : bans de mariage BANA'NA banane [tree) bananier BAN'CO monnaie de bangtie /'BAND bande : lien : raie : ruban [ of music) miisique : orchestre [va.) bander I [vn.) se liguer \ Elastic , Elastique | of I HOPE, Sociele juvenite de temperance : la ' 'Li0ie de I'Espoir' | -BRAKE frein a ruban ■§ -MASTER chef de musigue § -SAW scie a ruban = -STAND kiosque I BANOS'MAN [pi. [va.) rosser | To the door, Fermer la porte bruyamment] To 'go at it,' Y aller carrement BAN'GLE bracelet indien : porte-bonheur s Ban'ish va. decouvrir fefl [that, que) trouver | itself, Mb montrer.: se declarer a! dedaigneux [-lly,-eusement] -DISEA'SE [ztze] maladie \ The remedy is worse than the , Le remede est pire que le V mal I U a. debarquer DISEMBARK'MENT debarquement Disembod'ie'd a.

His unit deployed to the Western Front in France and Belgium in late December.

Weathers took part in the Battle of Messines in June 1917, and was wounded.

IV.— THE MANNER OF ARRANGING THE VERB CONJUGATIONS: AND THE REFERENCE BY NUMBER TO SUCH CONJUGATIONS FROM THE TEXT OF THE DICTIONARY. [fig) to subdue Sd OMPTEUR tamer [fig) subduer DON" gift : present | Le de plaire, A way [fam. To commit suicide | 'S'en ,' To give o's up to : to have one's fill of it : to ' go in for it ' DON-NEUR -EUSR giver icartes) dealer Donf pron. with, from, by wliom : among whom is (ou are] [chose) which : of, in, with, among, from, ou by which DONZELLE wench Qs. Un enfant gentil a croquer | -SHOOT- c ING la chasse au canard | -WEED lentille ■i dealt I To play _S and DRAKES, Faire |x] des ricochets I Duck V. [heavy) lourd [wearisome) assom- mant [colour) terne [fire) triste [edge blunt) emousse [sound) sourd [com) calme : plat : mort I _of HEARING, Dure d'orei He | -^ I feel , Je m'ennuie pg Dull V. [216] Prepositions used before nouns and participles, Roman type ; before verbs, Italic. twelfthly DUPE [u as «] _ : ' gull ' | Etre la _ de, To be ■ taken in ' by | Duper' va. (Table 44-) to elect : to choose ELISION" — ELITE ' ' ides pers'] choice : pick : best | D' Best : choicest : very finest [regiment) ' crack ' [soldats) picked I^LIXIR I de longtie vie. [sujet) she \ph.ose) it [regime) her : it : herself : itself | s, [pi] They [regime) them : themselves | -meme. s- s) themselves ELL^BORE hellebore ELLIPSE [seom) Igrani) ellipsis EUiptiqire a. [de,from] distant : far away : out of the way : averse : disinclined (de, to] — de son compte. to smoke: to S out : to fill (a room) with S ENFUMOIR smoker (for bees] Engageant' -€ a. guilloche | -TURNING guillochis j Beam_,3fabalan- s cier j Fire- Pompe a incendie | Fire- '? d [i Mi'-bridd'i mongrel I HYDRAULIQUE —ics (pi] ■g H'ydraulique a. JOU PRANg AIS- ANGLAIS JUG JOUR day : light : daylight : opening : means IV. | Dans un mauvais , In a poor light [fig) in a bad humour | Dans les premiers [or derniers] s de, In the early [on latter] part of I D a dit un , C D once said ... _1 Idjov-ye-tl [-menf -Uy] J^OFIAi JTB gaiety | JOY AU jewel Joyeux" -ettse a. to jiercli (sur, on] Lther' JUGHOIR roosting-place Juda'ique a. to judaize JUDAt SME ieece-ni\ Judaism JUDAS' peep-hole JUDIOATUM SOLVI security required from foreigners suing Frenclimen in Fr. K'nelt] 'S s'agenouiller : se niettre a genoux ing a. again, Reconnaitre | C D ought to have — n better, C D n'aurait pas d Q le faire | Everybody s, Personne n'ignore | If it gets — n. Un coup de feu I Ata _ Dans un cas pressant : au moment critique | To give him a Le pousser | He's got plenty of in him [ou.

III.— THE ARRANGEMENT OF BOTH THE FRENCH-ENGLISH AND ENGLISH-FRENCH DIVISIONS CONCURRENTLY ON THE SAME PAGE. o dans sorf] DONA donna DONATAIRE [* f.] beneficiary : donee DONATEUR-TRICJS donor : giver DONATION- — : gift [F. c at beginning or end of sentence, and before vowel] conj. : to get : to set up (pour, for] to take : to occur [bataille) to be fought | Se des airs, To give o'self airs | Se la inort. He is gone to sleep : he is asleep | Ne _ que d'un oeil. sur 30 1 DUCK canard: cane [canvas) toile a voiie [dip) „ plongeon | of a a ravir | A of a ■« child ! Faire le plongeon o DUCK'BILL PLAT'YPUS ornithorynque q DUCK'ING plongeon [, [com] I ]fichoir I When , a I'^cheance Vd UET' [diou-e W\ duo 'DUFF'ER' [de-fe-r1 imbecile :'savetier' Dug pret. Dig] -OUT abri (de tranehie'] DUKE [dtoufce] due | _DOM [de-tn] duche DUL'CIMER tympanon ^Du U a. to eliminate ELINGU'E sling | k pattes, Can-hook Elire va. to bind up : to stack ENGIN" engine : machine : gear : trap _S- de PECHE (pi] fishing-tackle Englobef va. benumbed : dull : torpid ENGOURDISSEMENT" numbness : torpor ENGRAIS" manure : grass : pasture : fatten- ing i _SSEMENT" fattening Engraisser" va. & s" t T.) to get fat : to thrive ENGRAVEMENT" stranding fstranded Engi"aver' t'. de} j'ai un rendez-vous | Naval Combat naval 1 RING bagiie de fian(ailles Enga'ging [gliedjel a. engendrer : faire naitre (^EN'GINE machine [«3l) locotnotive [fig) in- strument 1 -DRIVER, -MAN mecanicien I -ROOM chambre des tnachines | -SHED [i SL] depot des M's | -lurne'd a. a basse pression \ Marine M nuirine | Portable [agr] Lo- comobile I High-speed M a grande vitesse \ Rose Tour" a rosettes \ Stationary M f Uce I Ten horse M de dix chevaux | Donkey Petit cheval ENGINEE'R ienn'-je-nire'] ingenieur [manufac- turing _) constructeur-mecanicien [fitter, en- gine-driver) mecanicien [Xk)officierdu genie S (pi] genie : soldats du genie | ' strike, Greve des mecaniciens | 'S TOOLS ma- c/ii«es-outils [232] Prepositions used before nouns and participles, Roman type ; before verbs, Italic- Words common to both languages are given in the French division only. HUR FRANg AIS-ANGLAIS HYS asp HURLEMENT" howling : yelling : howl : yell asp Hurler' vn. to yell asp HURLEUR howler [a.) howling HURLUBERLU madcap asp HUSSARD" hussar B34 asp HVTTE hut : shed | _ de Sots' Log-hut f HYACINTHE lee-a-sant] _th H'ybride a. Words common to both languages are given in the French division only. to tilt : to fight : to dispute [de inarclie) to race JOUTEUR antagonist : adversary : cliampion JOVVENCE [en as a»i] youth JOUVENCEAU youth | ^CELLE damsel Jovial -e a. PURVEY'OR [ve-eiir'i fournisseur (to, de] PUSH coup : effort | A of work.

Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2007 with funding from IVIicrosoft Corporation OObelluoft ':ii KEY-WORD ABBREVIATIONS (Abreviations) The key- word 3 given between brackets f which most uf the following are abbreviations) are usually given in French for the French part, and vice versa. adverbe (steam-engine) airo adro)iai Uiq,ice, aviation math mathematiqiies agr agricidtitre mauv.jmrt, en mauvaise part : anat anatomic : anatomy in a depreciatory sense aiig anglais : Eng Ush me'c mecanique arch architect7tre m M medecine : chirurgie : - ! Ver.iailles (THIRD Ji DITION) )#^^ LONGMANS, GREEN & COMP 39 Paternoster Row. The features of that little book — its originality of arrangement and design, and its general usefulness — have been familiar, for many years, to innumerable travellers on both sides of the Channel and of the Atlantic: owing to its merits, it has in fact come to be regarded much more as the friend and companion of its possessor, than as a dictionary in the ordinary meaning of the wont. deplacer | MENT de- A point (S*) means silent, or ON" LL' L" liquid ; two points (S") no liaison. ' batailleur ' : disputeur DISPU'TE d_ : contestation Iva.) disputer DISQUALIFICA'TION [law] tncapacite' [for, de) cause d'incapacite f^"^- Dechu Disqual'if y va. energique [-ally, -ment] En'ervate lenn'eur-vete'\ va. in : to break in : to smash through [ou up] 'to do for ..." | S' , To sink down : to knock one's self up, etc. to bury : to hide ENFOUISSEMENT" burjing Enfourcher" va. Hobby] EXFOURCHURE fork [branch] ENFOURNEMENT" putting ... ic [h asp, y a'l] H-YPERPHOSPHATE superphosphate H'ypnotiser" va. infatuer : affoler : s'engouer (with, de] INFATUA'TION _ : folie : entetement : en- gouement Infect' va. Words common to both languages are given in the French division only. FRANg AIS-ANGLAIS INN IN6ERENCE intervention : interference s'lng^rer' vr. To matriculate : to enter | it Mritime, Naval reserve [seamen (■ inscrits ') liable to serve in Fr. (Table 48) to inscribe : to enter : to set down : to register | 8' , To put one's name down : to enter one's name | S' en faux contre .... | Se faire Tohaveones name entered [ou put on the register] INSCRIT' naval reserv-ist [y.ln«ertp) sailing direc- tions (pi] par eorit et delibere. The case is coming on soon JUOULAIRE jugular vein : chin-strap : strap (under the chin] [a.) jugular (vein] JOK ENGLISH-FRENCH JUI JOKE Idjoke] bon mot : mot pour rire [joking) plaisanterie | Practical , Tour : malice | To crack a , Faire une P : dire un bon mot | That's no ! gaillard ; enjoue : joyeux | To liave a time of it, 'Passer du bon temps' | -BOAT petit canot | -looking a. this word] JOLT cahot [i.) cahoter | 'ING cabotage Jos'f le [st, ss] va. II se connait bien en [or a] II est connaisseur en ... juger : decider | To for o'self, Juger par soi-meme| Judging from ..., a en juger par ... ce mot] JUPON" petticoat JVRANDK wardenship Jurassique a. sworn : upon oath JUR£ juror : jurj-man | Jure -e a. judicial : legal [-ment* -Uv] JURISCONSULTE jurist : lawyer JURISPRUDENCE _ : law JURISTE _t [fam) la»Ter JURON" customary oatli : oath JURY [pi. as it [ou he, etc.] deserves | Frais de_, Lawexpenses | Kendre_a, Todo justice to [F. ensemble ' JUMP saut I High S en hauteur ( Long , ? haleter [fig) soupirer (apres] PAN'TILE [i di} tuile creuse : fcatiere PAN'TRY office PANTS (pi] pantalon [underwear) cale) locker : rack | d'AVIATION" aviation ground | _ a BOULET'S' shot-rack PARCAGE penning Ihuitres) laying down Parcellaire pemiche | PARR'AL [re-ll PARR'OT [re-f] perroquet Lracage Parr'y va. faire Vanalyse de : analyser ec)»e-nn\ taking part (a. PROFIT) PARTICIPE participle [For rules relating to the agreement of S, etc., V. | For the most , Pour la plupart \ In En partie | In the early [ou latter] of. in good Prendre en bonne part | To take ..."s , Prendre le parti de | What does he come from ? | From all s, De tous cdtes I In — s, [book] Par livraisons [mach) demonte -e | In these s [hereabouts] Dans ces parages | To all s of 'France. Tous les ^ pays du monde | In foreign s, a I'etranger /'Part V. derober : voler PUR'PLE Ipeurp'l] pourpre [tint or hue itself) pourpre : violet [a.) pourpre [fever) pimrpree iva.) empourprer | Pur'plish a. | For all s [uses] Pour tous les usages | For this a cet efifet | For the of ....

1 •.■ Wh ftre s word it almost Identical In the two languages, It is given in tlils list in French only, to save repetition. ■ ' argot : slang surgery astr astronomie met metal : metallurgy auto automobile : motor-car min niineralogie : mines bias blason : heraldry wilts ))uist7iie : music hot botaniqtte : botany on pr. The present volume is but the logical development of that work — reproducing its leading features, in more extended form, for the benefit of those who stay at home; and aiming to be as useful in the class-room, the office or the library, as its little forerunner has shown itself in the field of travel. rendre incapable : 'disqualifier' DISQUI'ET inqttietttde Iva.) inquieter DISQUISI'TION [zicfte-nn] examen (de, on] DIS'KEGAR'D insmiciance (for, pour] va. I To be of, Negliger DISREL'ISH degofit (for, pour] Disrep'utable [fe-ie-i]a.deshonorant [person) de mauvaise reputation | To fall into DIS- REPU'TE. infecter (with, de] INFECTION linn-fek'-c M-nn] _ : contagion Infec'tious [c7te-ss] a. par contagion NESS contagion : caractere contagieux A point (S*) means silent, or GN' LL' L' liquid ; two points (S") no liaison. to creep in : to meddle, interfere Ingouvernable a. a tort IN'JURY linn-dje-re'] raal : tort : prejudice : atteinte [med) lesion [damage) dommage [■$) avaries (pi] To inflict on. Order to produce the proofs in writing | Juge d' , Examining magistrate INS in se pr. STOCK] JOBB'ERV tripotage : nianaettvres ind^icates JOBB'ING ouvrage a la tache [print) ouvrage de f i«e | STOCK- _, agiotage -HAND [typ] homme en co»i«ci«wce JOCKEY _ I Horse-—, Maquignon Joco'se [dje-kocej a. coudoyer | JOT iota : brin JOTT'INGS [pi] notes : retnarqties JOUR'NAL [lyeur'ne-f] [tech) tourillon ('JOUR'NEY voyage [distance) trajet [vn.) •I voyager | On a En V | On the , En ^s route I With liberty to break the , Avec I faculte d'arret (at, a, dans] One's 'S END, ;§ Sa destination \ -WORK journee T JOUR'NEYMAN [pi. JUDG'MENT jugement : sentence : opinion JU'DICATURE cour de justice -.justice Judl'cial a. _s] _ D3^ Idjo H-re'i Banc du _, Jury-box j Chef du Foreman of the J ! Law, & Palais] [ia _ de PAIX' in France decides debts not above 300 francs. [the I week, ou month] Dans les premiers [or der- ,^ niers] jours de | Of the one , the other , s. [from, with , de) separer : se s [witli, de) ^ se defaire [into, en) partager [cable) rompre 'S [company) fausser cotnpa^ie | ^vith, se I defaire de : se separer de | My reason for _ing V with him is .... purpurin A point (S") means silent, or ON" LL" L" liquid ; two points (S") no liaison.

ANG FRANg AIS-ANGLAIS ANO ANGLAIS' [an) Englishman [ou boy] [latigtie) English I L'_, English | Les _, [pi] The English : Englishmen | ANGLAISE [an) Knqlishwoman [ou girl'\ [boiwle) ringlet Anglais'-e a. ic Antece) apeak APICULTEUR apiarist : bee-keeper APICULTURE — : bee-keeping Apiqu"ei"" va. to plane : to smooth : to level [fig) to smooth : to remove APLANISSE-MENT- levelling : smoothing Aplatir va. to aspire (a, to, after] Igram) to aspirate [de I'air) to inhale [tech) to exhaust (air] to draw, to suck up (fluids] AS-SAILL'ANT" -E assailant [sele-nnte] As"saiirir va. to purify : to drain ASSAINISSEMENT" sanitary improvement : purifying : draining AS-SAISONNEMENT- seasoning As"saison"ner' va. murderous AS"SASS1NAT" —ination [fam) murder As'sassiner' va. used] implements (pi] tackle : apparatus : luggage : finery Aftiranf -e a. Attrape-nigaud] AT-TRAPE-NIGAUD" take-in : ' have-on ' Aftraper' va. : stern [-menf -Iv] AUSTERITE—ty ' [wind Austral -e a. [de, ...] as much : so much : as many : so many | Tout Iqtiantite) Quite as much [nombre) quite as many | que, As much as [fig) inasmuch as : as far as : as long as | Pas que. to warn : to notify [fam) to tell AVERTISSE-MENT- warning : intelligence [dr) notification [livres) preface [silver fir AVERTISSEUR alarm [a.) warning | AVET" AVEU confession : admission : status | Homme sans , Vagabond Aveuglanf -e a. flying I Champ, Ecole d' , Flying-ground, F-school I Semaine d' Aviation meeting AVICULTEUR bird fancier Avide a. greedily : eagerly AVIDITE ty : greediness : eagerness Avilir va. To think of : to take it into one's head : to venture (de, to] AVISO despatch-bo] Bon quart partout! bacchanalian 03j ; convivial BACHOT" small flat-bottomed boat : wherry [argot) the ' baccalaureat ' examination BACILLE bacillus [pi. Words common to both languages are given in the French division only. Ardouin, Guillemin, Claverie, and Hebert — compagnons de voyage on the journey from A to Z, who, by expert knowledge of the route, have made that journey easier. To each and all of tliese I offer mv sincere thanks. the dic Uonary.] Oue dot (T') marks u terminal as silent, except when the word immediately following begins with a vowel or silent h. May AUBERGE inn : tavern |.blossom AUBERGINE egg-plant [solaniim melongena'] AUBERGISTE [re'occ Mpa Hon[care) ' soin(-s] i V. | Call his to the fact Sthat, Faites-lui remarquer que ... if [to please) prevenant ATTEN'TIVENESS attention : prevenance Attes't va. AUD FRANg AIS-ANGLAIS AUT AUDIENCE _ : court : sitting AUDIENCIER" usiier [des comptes) auditor AUDITEUR tor : hearer : disciple | Les s, The audience [Le verbe suivant est au pi.] Auditif -ive a. On good terms with o"s I CONTENTE-MENT" _tment : pleasure I Conlenter' va. To be satisfied : to be content (de, with] to " indulge one's self g CONTENTIEUX- [pi] law cases . Lawyer's office | Chef I du , Company's lawyer 1 -eiwe a. to tell : to relate \_dance CORONA'TION couronnement COR'ONER [fcor'-e-Jie-r] _ [Eng. _ive | CORRELATION" _ CORRESPONDANCE _dence : letters (pi] [«Sl, etc.) connection : through connection : running in connection (with] correspondence ticket I Carte- , Post-card | P&ite [journal] Answers to correspondents COR-RESPONDANT- -E _dent : guardian [a.) corresponding (a, witli, to) de guerre, War correspondent Cor Tespondre rn. DIFF^RENTIEL [tech] differential gear Dif ferentiel -e He [t as s] a. [a, de, to] difficult : liard [pers) over particular : hard to please : nice : exacting | II m'est de, I hardly know how to ... Before verbs use a when subject is a definite one : otlierwise use de. differer (from, de : in, pour, en] We _ on that point, Nous ne sommes pas d'accord la-dessus DIFF'ERENCE [general sense) difference [dis- pute) differend [discrepancy) ecart | To make a great , Faire beaucoup | It makes no , C'est la mime chose | To split the , Partager le differend fdifferemment] Different a. Chagrin d'amour | Sad , Cruelle deception DISAPPROBA'TION, DISAPPRO'VAL issl desapprobation | Disappro've le-pro Cive'] va. deranger : mettre en de- DISAS'TER Idizz'] desastre : raalheur Lsordre Disas'trous[(tizz]a.desastreux[-ly,-eusement Disavow' va. licencier [vn.) etre licencie DISBAN'DING licenciement Disbar' [-rre'd] va. du tableau DISBELIE'F [life] incre'dulite Disbelie've \_live'] va. debourser | MENT debour- sement | MENTS [pi] debourses [com) DISC disque [.debours Discard' va. discon- tinuer [a newspaper, etc.) se desabonner a DIS'CORD discorde [mus) dissonance l)iscoi''()aiit a. [from, de] demeler : tirer [to free) debarrasser [fam) depetrer Discntbral' [-He'd] va. defigurer DISFIG'UREMENT enlaidissement Disfran'chise va. iontedesafaniille\ In , Dans la disgrace [cliild) en penitence [204] Prepositions used before nouns and participles, Roman type ; before verbs, Italit. (Table 63) to disappear : to go I Faire , To remove : to do away with DISPARATE incongruity [a.) ill-assorted DISPARITE _ty Dr SPARm OJV disappearance DISPARU -E I Le The missing man (etc.] pp. to dispense : to exempt : to save (de, from] Se de, To dispense with : to excuse one's self from Dlsperser' va. DISH plat : mets : casserole [phot) cwuefte [vege- table) legumier | Covered—, Plat a couvercle | Dainty _, P friand | To _ the Whigs, En- foncer les Whigs | -CLOTH torchon : lavette | -COVER couvercle (de plat] To wash up the ES, Laver fa vaisselle | up u. deshonorant [pers) sans honneur | V bly ad.'raalhonnebement Dishorn' va. desagreger | To be d, Se d DISINTEGRA'TION desagregation Disinter' [-rre'd] va. [speech] decousu —NESS [le) decousu DISLI'KE [of, to, pour] degout : aversion [va.) .^ ne pas aimer (to, ...] [y. desobligeamment ('DISOR'DER desordre : tumulte [raed) mala- ^ die [va.) deranger | In , En D : a I'abandon ■S Disor'dere'd a. My sister Marian Gibbins undertook the responsible and very tedious task of the initial proof-reading, a service for which it is difficult adequately to thank her. I AM indebted to many friends and correspondents on both sides- of thetlhannel for much of the new matter which distinguishes tlie present (or third) Edition of this dictionary from its predecessors. In addition to this, two dots (T") mark it as silent [or if an N" that it remains nasal] even when followed by u word beginning with a vowel or silent h. Chez' given with one dot indicates that the z is silent when followed by a con- sonant, but forms liaison when followed by a vowel — that is. so that Chez elle sounds Chi-ze Ue ; but on the other hand, COUP" given witli two doti indicates that the P is silent under all circumstances, so that Uri coup a la fi Hs is sounded " Un cou u la fbis." and not " Un cmi-pa," etc. or double dot, followed by an K as an indication of tlie feminine form [as UMOUSIN"-R] must uf course be understood as applying to the masculine only. The pronunciation of words — in the many cases where it is given — is shown by phonetic spelling in Ualic type, either between brackets immediately after the words themselves, or printed down t)ie left side of the type-columns. Twenty years of age i AGENCE agency [.edje-nnoe'\ commission | ' Hatxis, ' Central News Agency ' (of France] Agence-e pp. Beyond : on the other side | derriere de, Beliind | -dessous. Soin & Vie, Eng.] To pay _, c Faire A : avoir egard (to, a] To devote one's ^ to, Se donner a | To give one's to, Se g preoccuper de . attestor [signature) legaliser ATT'IC mansarde [dialect & salt) attique ATTI'RE [iat] vetement [uiomen's)atours(pl] va. ditory AUDITION" hearing [concert) private perfor- mance : pupils' concert AUDITOIRE audience 0=^ : auditory AUOE trough : hod : spout | AUOEE trough- ful : liodful I AUGET" trough : bucket ] Roiie a s, Overshot wheel AUGMENT" I Augmentatif -ive a. conten- tious : o|en to dispute [contention- — [desprit) intensity CONTE'NU contents (pi] content : enclosure | -e pp. officer] _'S IN'QUEST enquete en presence du cadavre COR'ONET [fcor'-e-rie-t] : petite couronne COR'PORALcaporal [in cavalry) brigadier [a.) corporel | lly ad. [erige) en corporation A point (S") means silent, or QN" LL" L' liquid ; two points (S") no liaison. to corresiwnd : to commu- nicate [«&) to run in connection with | Se , To correspond : to be well matched COR'RIDOR _ : passage COR'RIG^ corrected copy [livre) key (de, to] Cor Tiger' va. to corrode ike-rodel COR'ROI puddling : composition : finish Cor'rompre va. full-bodied [vulg) ' first-rate ' CORSELET- _ Icor'-s Uttl Corser" v. I" st»te CORVEE compulsory labour : statute labour [tech) job [X) work : fatigue-party Ubesogne ingrate) drudgery : ' piece of D ' | Faire , To be disappointed CORVETTE ,— CORYPHt E leader | C_, leading ballet-grr J CORYZA _ [fam) cold in the head COSAQUE [ko-zack'] Cossack Ikoss-e-k] COSINUS Iko-seeniis'] cosine [fninn] COSM^TIQUE [iff«;reinmenf [em as am} ad. to differ- DIFFt REND" difference Oa^ Lentiate Different' -e a. al [cfte-J] Differentier" [t as s] [used in math, only] va. different [opinion) divergent [-1 y, Differen'tlal a. ne pas croire DISBELIE'VER [tire-r] incredule Disbud' va. mettre de cote [pers) congedier Discern' [ze-rne] wi.discerner | ER observa- teur : juge | ibie a. eclaire : judicieux : attentif | MENT dis- cernement DISCHAR'GE dec Jiarge [debt) quittance [duty) accomplissement [dismissal) renvoi : conge [soldier's) conge definitif [of a prisoner) elar- ^gissement : jni^e en Jifterte [med) ecoulement : "^suppuration | va. [disagr.) en desaccord DIS'COUNT escompte Iva.) escompter [a story, etc.) [en) rabattre | To be at a , Etre en d^- favettr | To quote a , Faire ttiie remise \ — RATE taux de I'E Discoun'tenance va. discretement DISCREP'ANCY ecart : contradiction Discrep'ant a. distinctif [person) de bon jugeraent DISCRIMINA'TION [»i^c? Words common to both languages are given in the French division only. to scatter : to disperse DISPERSION" — [cfte-mi] scattering DIS ENGLISH-FRENCH DIS dans les mots suivants se pr. hon- teusement | FULNESS ignominie [tent 'DIsgrun'tle'd' a. dresser DIS'HABILLE deshabille tea | In _, En D Iishe"ar'te"n [harte-n] va. decorner DISINCLINA'TION [neche-nn'] aversion | To show a to, Se montrer pen empresse a Dlslncli'ne [ftfa'ttie] va. desinfecter | ANT desinfec- tant I ION desinfection \ OR desinfecteur Disinher'it va. Antipathique, a.] ^ To take a to, Se degouter de [pers) pren- dre ... disloquer :"deboiter' DISLOCA'TION _ [arm, etc.) luxation : 'de- boitement ' Dislotl'getxi. [to, a] infidele [-lly, -ment] DISLOY'ALTY defection (de] iiifideliti (to, a] Dis'nial [dizz-) desarmer [poet) depouiller Dismast' va. subjonctif «/e'ot geologic tech mot technique : tech- ge'o»i geometric nical word ffram grammairc typ typographic : printing hist histoire : history V. Another name to be remembered witii gratitude for good work done in days gone by, is that of the late Professor Alexandre Beljame, whose services — so valuable in the revision of the original edition — were unfortunately not available in the preparation of the present one. BEA FRANg AIS-ANGLAIS BEA BEAU tx^ guod things (pi] best : excellence Ipers) dandy | Du ! Only before a noun, however : so that "H est beau et gai " is correct. [to, pour] desagreable [-bly, -ment] DISAGREE'ABIi ENESS [pr. (Table 16) to discourse : to des- cant (sur, upon] DISCOURS" discourse : lecture : talk | Du _, Igrani] Of sjieeeh | Faire un , To make a speech : to deliver an address (sur, on] Discourtois" -e a. In ...'s power | nnaire a — onary DISCULPATION" exculpation : exoneration Dlsculper' va. to discuss : to debate [dr) to dis- Disei'f -e [s, z"] a. ive : harmless fflooding INONDATION" inundation [fam) flood iagj-) Inonder' va. e [tiouiie] unseasonable [-emenf -ly, -bly] ill-timed INOPPORTUNITE unseasonableness Inorganique a. instantane [-ly, -ment] _ PHOTO, instantane NESS instantaneite In'stantly [inn' ste-nntt-lel ad. to inform against i S' To gain information Instruit' -e a. Instruire] trained [savant) learned | Tres Fort Well-informed INSTRUMENT-— [pr. to draw up a charge (or a INSTRUMENTISTE instrumentalist j INSU I a r de. unknown to | a mon , ^ Without niv knowledge : unawares ; ly SUBORDiy ATION-— I Insuboi'donne-e a. insufficiently ' INSCFFISAXCE insufficiency | Insufflsant'-e a. a 4 «l oj Tu I ■ •» DICTIONARY OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH ENGLISH AND FRENCH COMPILED BY JOHN BELLOWS RKVISED AND ENLARGED BY HIS SON WILLIAM BELLOWS WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF Auou STK Marrot Gustav^k Fbiteau Of/Icier de V Inslruction Pii Uiqve, Professettr d' Anglais an Lycie Hoehe, Etc. ri"^HE present work has been designed to provide tlie student with the enlarged edition of J_ Bellows' "French and English Pocket Dictionary," for whicli he has long been asking. To have : to be able to command | Se , To pre- pare : to be disposed DISPOSITIF arrangement: contrivance: motion DISPOSITION" _ 03^ (a, to] arrangement : design : tendency : taste : aptitude [dr, etc.) disposal : provision | a. At ...'s dis- posal I En bonne Well and hearty | En bonnes s. refuter DISPUTA'TION [.tecltenn^disatssion : dispute Disputa'tious a. 1 I Oraison e, Lord's Prayer | DOMINICALE Sunday sermon DOMINO _ I —TERIE fancy paper DOM'MAQE [a, to] damage : loss : injury | C'est que. to last : to stand : to endure : to con- tinue --boy : S-maid ECURIE stable [wagon- ect(rt«) horse-box [fig) equipage : stud | Cheval a of fashion [jplais) ■ swell ' [a.) elegant Klegiaque a. elementary fett PHANT- _ [Barrir = to trumpet] de MER walrus ELEPHANTIASIS [teeahzeece] _ [tai'-e-fiss'] t LE-VAQE breeding fe Lfe VATEUR —tor [hydraulique) lift ELEVATION" : raising : increase : rise ^L^VE [) midshipman | line en c Hambre, A XHir- ^ lour hoarder | S' de boys [V. de champ [end to end) bout a bout ENE'MA le-ni-ma] [the inst.) clysopompe : se- ringue \ To take an , Prendre un lavement EN'EMY [en-e-me] ennemi -e (to, de] Enorget'ic [djett] a. to drive in ; to sink : to bury : to hide : to let ... in the oven [fig) to embark (dans, in] to begin 1 a 1" At the outset I Bien , To make a good start Enfrcindre va. h asp] H- YPERBOLE hyperbola [exag.) hyperbole H"yperbolique a. —ch'oiidri'acal Jf • YPOCONDRIE —ch-on'dria n- YPOCRISIE hypoc'risy H-YPOORITE _ [hipp'o-kr Ut, h asp} a. ic lliai-po-dettr'-mic, h H-YPOSULFITE de SOUDE _phite of soda H'ypoth'ccaire a. of [ou on] mortgage | Creancier Mortgagee HYPOTHEQUE mortgage | Purger r_, To clear off the M 1 r' va. en- fantin : d'enfant [early) premier IN'FANTRY [inn'fe-nntre} infanterie feo MAN fantassin : 'biffin' Infat'uate Ifatt-you-ete'i v. to infest (de, with] INFID^LE [nforme INFORM'ANT [»ie-'(i»i(e] correspondant : per- sonne qui informe : deposant INFORMA'TION _ : renseignements (pi] [of, s de) avis : intelligence [acquirements) connais- ^sances : lumieres (pi] To lodge an against, «^ Denoncer : porter plainte centre | For further *S apply to ..., Pour plus amples renseigne- *nients s'adresser a ... | Well- , 111- , Bien, Mai ren- 1NFORM'ERdenonciateur:delateur:'mouchard' INFRE'QUENCY \_friq-otte-nn-ce"] rare U Infre'quent [innfrxq-o^te-nntt'] a. enfreindre : violer \) empieter _MENT [of, a) infraction [of patent) con- trefofon [on, sur) empietcment Infu'riate iinn-fiou-riete'] va. ingenieux INGENU'ITY feo [inn-dje-niou-e-te] ingenio- sitd : habilete : genie : caractere ingenieux Ingen'uous [inn-djenn-you-e-ss'] a. ingenument NESS ingenuite: candetir : naivete [336] Prepositions used before nouns and participles, Roman type ; before verbs, Italic. unhealthy INSALUBRITE unhealthiness f-bly Insatiable a. linn-seclie-ye-he-ll [-ment" INSCRIPTION ■ _ : matriculation : term [sur i(tie liste) entry [dime re»^te) scrip [colis, etc.) booking | Prendre ses s. remuer : pousser : secouer : a: cahoter [memory) rafraichir | — along, 5 aller lentemeut : aller son petit bonhomrae "" de chemin [Ae mals ° JOHN'NY CAKE [.imeric] gateau de farine Join tw. to judge : to tliink (of] to fancy : to try I Au At a guess | Laffaire doit se bientot. [at, de] plaisanter : badiner | I'm not joking, Joking apart, Plaisanterie k part ... Joke] JOLLIFICA'TION [ke'clie-nn] [vulg] rigolade Jo U'y a. dans la jubilation : rejoui (at, de] triomphant | JU'DAS-TREE arbre de Judee I JUDGE juge : arbitre | Presiding , President j de tribunal | I'm no _, Je ne m'y connais pas | He is a good of .... JUMELLE [* a.] twin JUMELLE opera-glass [a.) twin | S' [pi] JUMENT" mare L*"'*"* '■ cheeks JUPE skirt [r. de Wilis) to squeak [avec) to clash : to be out of keeping (with] [fig) to assure | comme un charretier, To swear like a trooper | Ne que par, To swear' by | JUREUR swearer JURIDICTION" jurisdiction Juridique a. just : exactly : closely JUSTESSE justness : exactness : precision : propriety : proper balance [mils) correctness JUSTICE 0=^ : court of justice : authorities (pi] [the) law : law officers [ttteol) righteous- ness I Aller en _, To go to law | Appeler [or Citer] en To sue : to go to law with | De- mander , To seek redress | Faire de ..., To treat ... I Remuer : gigoter | To at it [tig] L'accepter I bien vite | To _ on (one's horse.] enfourcher V (son cheval] [V. Eng.] JUMP'ER [dje-7nmpe-r'] sauteur jonction [railw.) embrancheuient JUNCTURE [lye-^k-te/ie-r] jointxtre [fig) con- JUKE [) courbe | On his s, a genoux | Broken- d. se preter (to, a] [to a per- son) se faire le complaisant (to, de] PANE [pene} vitre [square) carreau PAN'EL panneau : liste des jures, des mede- cins I He'd, a cadres [ceiling) ... a panneaux de chene j Oak-PAN'ELLING panneaux de chene (pi] PANG [pagn} vive dmileur : angoisse PAN'SY [pann'-ze} pensee Pant vn. pete] (a, in] to share, to take part (a, in] to partake (de. particular K^ [a, to) pe- culiar : special ilefon, secretaire, etc.) private [-emenf -ly] PAR ENGLISH— FRENCH PAR ^PAR'SING analyse gramnu Uicale PAR'SLEY persil feo | PAR'SNIP panais I PAR'SON [.se-nn] pretre [of the parish) cure j [Protestant) pasteur PAR'SONAGE [se-nedj] aire : presbytere ! a) part fee [side) parti Wa [place) endroit [district) r^fio'i [of a city) quartier | S [maeh : pi] pieces : elements | For my Pourmoi : quantamoi : Moi, ... Fairfe partie integrante de | To take _ in, Participer a : prendre part a 1 To take ... petit : chetif : ' de deux sous ' PIM'PLE bouton | d a. dire des riens : bavarder : PRAT'TLE babil [vn.) babiller Lbabi Uer PRATT'LER babillard PRAWN crevette (rose} bouquet fplorer Pray [pr^] v. precher | To ' at him,' Lui faire un sermon | down, denigrer [silence) faire taire | up, pr6ner PREA'CHER predicateur PREA'CHING predication PRE' AMBLE preambule : expose des motifs A point (S') means silent, or GN' LL' L' liquid : two points (S") no liaison. to fortify : to guard : to warn (centre, against] Prenable a. purger [fig) purifier PU'RIFIER [piouri-fa'i-rl purificateur Pu'rify [_piouri-fa-i'i va. ou PUR'LINE [pe-r-linn'] pamie PUR'LING murmure : gazouillement Purloi'n [peur] va. PUR ENGLISH-FRENCH PUT PUR'PORT lpeur\ tenair : por Ue : sens [ca.) vouloir dire : tendre a raontrer PUB'POSE [pertrpe-.s.')] dessein : but [■un.) se proposer de ... 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WHICH HAVE PREVIOUSLY APPEARED IN NO OTHER DICTIONARY. ill PC 36' PRIKTEO BY JOHN BELLOWS 6L0UCB8TER, ENGLAND INTRODUCTION. DIS FRANQAIS-ANGLAIS DIS DISPONIBILITE | En Unattached S' [pi] sums available ou in reserve Disponible a. may be had : at liberty [com) exclusive of octroi I Hommes s, Fighting men Dispos" [masc. lively : well : ready : ■ all there ' ftowards Dispose -e a. to, for : pour, towards, for] to prevail upon (a, to} Pouvoir de. domm'i-ne-nnt1 leading : prevailing [passion) ruling DOMINANTE [nitts] dominant DOMINATEUR -TRICEtu Xm : master, mistress [a.) ruling : domineering DOMINATION" — [Tte-nti] dominion : rule DOC ENGLISH— FRENCH DOM Dock tve [emplacement) to command a view of : to loolv down upon ifortif.) to command fminican OOMINICAIN" -E —can friar [ou mtii] [a.) Do- Dominical -e a. hard ; rigorously : roughly DURE-MERE dura mater Durer' vn. to raise: to elevate [batir) to build: to erect [enfants) to bring up [animaux) to breed | ... to the skies | S' , To rise : to spring up, come, run up : to increase : to be brought up, bred [chiifres) to amount (a, to] ^LE'VEUR breeder | ELE'VURE eruption ELFE elf Elide -e pp. endurant : qui endure [lasting) durable End'wise ad. affaiblir | _MENT affaiblisse- ENFEO-FF'MENT infgodation [ment A point (S') means silent, or ON* LL' L" liquid ; two points (S") no liaison. broken open : buried : sunk [pers) ruined : 'done for' ENFORCEMENT" recess : depth : breaking in, into, open, through : sinking Enfoncer" txi. sanitarv I HYMEN, HYMt Nt E Hymen : union HYMfe NOPTfe RES- [pi] _optera H'YMNE [* f.] [ee-j»'nn] hymn' [himm. mortgaged | Mai , [fig] On his last legs HYPOTHESE hypoth'esis In'fantine a. in an inferior manner [au-dessous) below (a, ...] INFERIORITY _ty [iimfiri-orr'it^ Infernal -e a. barren INFERTILITE barrenness : sterility Infesler' va. [into, a] infuser : inspirer INFU'SION : suggestion : inspiration Inge'nious [.inn-djin-ye-ss'] a. uneasy | S' de, Tobeun- § easy at [ou on ...'s account] to trouble one"s = self about : to care for f INQUIETUDE uneasiness : anxiety : rest- , i lessness : disquietude I INQUISITEUR —tor [a.) scrutinizing yi NQVISITION- _ Insaisissable a. not liable to seizure [fig) impossible to grasp, ou get hold of Insalubre a. joyeux : gai : enjoue .-JOG secotisse: cahot j -TROT petit trot 5 Jog Dogge'd] va. avec] joindre : unir : associer [roads) relier [v;.) se j : s'u : s'a : se toucher : adherer a | He will us. again [rejoin] Rejoindre JOIN'ER menuisier | Y nietiuiserie ^JOINT : jointure : articulation [of finger) phalange [hinge) chamiere [knot) no^ud [of meat) morceau : grosse piece (de viande^ [T piece for gas-pipe, etc.) raccord | To put one's arm out of Se demettre le bras | ^ Out of Derais | To make a Faire un J i ■- Universal Joint universel [or de Cardan] .5 a. to trial | Prononcer le , To pass sentence Juger' va. Jewess [a.) Jewish | Petit ,' Funnj--bone JUILL-ET- July | JUIN" June JVIVERIE Jews' quarter : Jew's trick JUJUBE — [the plant] JUJUBE [or pate de jttjtibel [the extract from the plant] JULIENNE gilliflower [soijpe) vegetable JUMEAU. just : equitable : legitimate : correct [tech) true [precis) exact Ittieolog.) righteous [tres etroit) tight [ad.) j ust : right : properly : exactly : closely | Au , Precisely : exactly | Comme de Of course : as it should be -MILIEU happy medium : golden mean Justenient' ad. jusqu'aux genoux | -BREECHES (pi] ailotte courte I -CAP [bone) rotule [knee-pad) genouillere | -PIECE coude | _ TIMBERS (pi] bois courbant | ... Saucepan] VPAN'CAKE [kike} crepe Pan'der [pann] i»i. to particularize PARTICULARITE particular circumstance : peculiarity fto the nobility PARTICULE particle | Avoir la _, To belong PARTICULIER" [simple _) private individual | 'Voila le _! | En _, Separately : in private : aside Parllculier" -iere a. Partaken] [of, a] participer : prendre part Par'Hal [parcfte-'J] a. piller | R pillard PILL'AR [Je-r] pilier : colonne -BOX boite aux lettres PILLION [i/e-rm] coussinet | PILLAW' pilau PILL'ORY [pil-e-re\ pilori [va.) mettre au P PILL'OW bv nul] oreiller [fig) couclie \ -CASE, -SLIP, taie d'oreiller | To have a _ FIGHT, Se battre a coups d'oreillers PI'LOT [pat-Je-f] pilotefeo [coast ) lamaneur Iva.) piloter | -BOA'T bateau-P | -COA'T paletot-P \_it) vareuse PIL'ULE [j/ott Je] fea : dragee PIMP entremetteur -ettse : 'maquereau' PIM'PERNEL' pimprenelle Pim'ping a. pre-r} priere [of a petition) de- mande | Lord's , Oraison dominicale : Pater | -BOOK livre de prieres Preach [p Kte Ae] vn. first : firstly (.first class PREMISSES- [pi] premises Pr^munir va. premier ministre : president du conseil (des ministres] SHIP [Ja)pr&' va. gazouiller : murmurer PUR'LIEUS [pi] environs [haunt) repaire PUR'LIN. pour) expres : tout expres | Much to the Fort apropos [V.