Definition of 'Frenchman'
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The Frenchman, Bourne, wept softly into the palm of his hand. ANTI-ICE (2002)She rested her fingers on the artery at the side of his neck, then looked at the young Frenchman. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM (2002)
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Translations for 'Frenchman'
British English: Frenchman /ˈfrɛntʃmən/ NOUN
A Frenchman is a man who comes from France.
- American English: Frenchman
- Arabic: فَرَنسِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: francês
- Chinese: 法国人
- Croatian: Francuz
- Czech: Francouz
- Danish: franskmand
- Dutch: Fransman
- European Spanish: francés
- Finnish: ranskalainen henkilö
- French: Français
- German: Franzose
- Greek: Γάλλος
- Italian: francese
- Japanese: フランス人男性
- Korean: 프랑스 사람
- Norwegian: franskmann
- Polish: Francuz
- European Portuguese: francês
- Romanian: francez
- Russian: француз
- Spanish: francés
- Swedish: fransman
- Thai: ชายฝรั่งเศส
- Turkish: Fransız erkek
- Ukrainian: француз
- Vietnamese: đàn ông Pháp
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