French translation of 'deliberate'
1. (= intentional)
[act, attempt, policy] délibéré(e)
to tell a deliberate lie mentir délibérément
it wasn’t deliberate ce n’était pas fait exprès
2. (= slow) [speech, movement] réfléchi(e)
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A cynic might even think this was a deliberate strategy.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I think it was pretty much as deliberate as can be.The Sun (2008)
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'deliberate' in Other Languages
British English: deliberate /dɪˈlɪbərɪt/ ADJECTIVE
If something that you do is deliberate, you intended to do it.
I have no doubt that it was a deliberate attack.
- American English: deliberate
- Arabic: مُتَعَمَّد
- Brazilian Portuguese: proposital
- Chinese: 故意的
- Croatian: promišljen
- Czech: úmyslný
- Danish: forsætlig
- Dutch: doelbewust
- European Spanish: intencionado
- Finnish: tahallinen
- French: délibéré
- German: absichtlich
- Greek: εσκεμμένος
- Italian: intenzionale
- Japanese: 故意の
- Korean: 고의적인
- Norwegian: bevisst
- Polish: rozmyślny
- European Portuguese: intencional
- Romanian: intenționat
- Russian: намеренный
- Spanish: intencionado
- Swedish: avsiktlig
- Thai: ซึ่งทำอย่างรอบคอบ
- Turkish: kasıtlı
- Ukrainian: навмисний
- Vietnamese: cố tình
British English: deliberate VERB
If you deliberate, you think about something carefully, especially before making a very important decision.
She deliberated over the decision for a long time before she made up her mind.
They deliberated what to do with the couple.
Translation of deliberate from the Collins English to French Dictionary