French translation of 'orient'
orient[ˈɔːriɛnt] orientate [ˈɔːriənteɪt]
1. (= accustom)
to orient sb to sth orienter qn vers qch
to orient o.s. s’orienter
to orient o.s. to sth s’adapter à qch
You will need the time to orient yourself to your new way of eating. Vous aurez besoin de temps pour vous adapter à votre nouveau mode d’alimentation.
to orient o.s. (= determine one’s position) s’orienter
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Example Sentences Including 'orient'
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Well if Orient is still in business, hopefully she will.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The prayer was clearly oriented in a direction of hope and redemption.Christianity Today (2000)
The ridges are oriented in the direction of the prevailing wind.Geography Basic Facts (1983)
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'orient' in Other Languages
British English: orient VERB
When you orient yourself to a new situation or course of action, you learn about it and prepare to deal with it.
You will need the time to orient yourself to your new way of eating.
British English: Orient /ˈɔːrɪənt/ NOUN
The eastern part of Asia is sometimes referred to as the Orient.
- American English: Orient
- Arabic: الـمَشْرِقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: oriente
- Chinese: 东方
- Croatian: Istok
- Czech: Orient
- Danish: Orienten
- Dutch: Oriënt
- European Spanish: Oriente
- Finnish: Itä-Aasia
- French: Orient
- German: Orient
- Greek: Ανατολή περιοχή
- Italian: Oriente
- Japanese: 東洋
- Korean: 동양
- Norwegian: Orienten
- Polish: bliski wschód
- European Portuguese: oriente
- Romanian: Orient
- Russian: Восток
- Spanish: Oriente
- Swedish: Orienten
- Thai: เอเชียตะวันออก
- Turkish: Doğu
- Ukrainian: країни Сходу
- Vietnamese: Phương Đông
Translation of orient from the Collins English to French Dictionary