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English translation of 'cinglant'

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cinglant

[sɛ̃ɡlɑ̃ ]
Word forms: cinglant, cinglante
adjective
[propos, ironie] scathingbiting
[échec] crushing

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Example Sentences Including 'cinglant'

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Letterman, c'est de la Trash- TV de grande classe, un cynisme cinglant et implacable.
Actuel
S'il avait cru pouvoir aiguiller l'insurrection à sa guise, l'étendue de l'incendie vient de lui apporter un démenti cinglant.
Le Monde (2000)

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Used Occasionally. cinglant is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'cinglant' in Other Languages

British English: biting ADJECTIVE
Biting wind or cold is extremely cold.
...a raw, biting northerly wind.
British English: cutting ADJECTIVE
A cutting remark is unkind and likely to hurt someone's feelings.
People make cutting remarks to help themselves feel superior or powerful.

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Translation of cinglant from the Collins French to English
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