French translation of 'UN'
Nations fpl Unies
[observers, inspectors, ambassador, conference] des Nations Unies
[resolution, sanctions, mission] des Nations Unies
UN troops, UN forces les casques mpl bleus
the UN Security Council le Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies
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Example Sentences Including 'UN'
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"The city center's cordoned off ---it's basically a UN camp.MINUTES TO BURN (2001)
Conditions in the prison were not good, he wrote, but in his opinion they didn't specifically contravene any UN conventions.THE EXECUTION (2002)
It comes off once I'm back at the UN ," Silverman replied brusquely.CODE BREAKER
Darling Lucy, I have been assigned to some sort of UN human rights investigation team.SEA MUSIC (2003)
Trends of 'UN'
Very Common. UN is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'UN' in Other Languages
British English: UN /juː ɛn/ ABBREVIATION
The UN is an organization which most countries belong to. Its role is to encourage international peace, cooperation, and friendship. UN is an abbreviation for `United Nations'.
...a UN peacekeeping mission.
- American English: UN
- Arabic: الُأمَـمُ الـمُتَّحِدَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: NU Nações Unidas
- Chinese: 联合国
- Croatian: UN
- Czech: OSN
- Danish: FN
- Dutch: VN
- European Spanish: ONU
- Finnish: YK
- French: ONU
- German: UNO
- Greek: ΟΗΕ
- Italian: NU
- Japanese: 国際連合
- Korean: UN
- Norwegian: FN
- Polish: ONZ
- European Portuguese: NU Nações Unidas
- Romanian: ONU
- Russian: ООН
- Spanish: ONU
- Swedish: FN
- Thai: ตัวย่อขององค์การสหประชาชาติ
- Turkish: Birleşmiş Milletler
- Ukrainian: ООН
- Vietnamese: Liên hợp quốc
Translation of UN from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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