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English translation of 'fauché'

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fauché

[foʃe ]
Word forms: fauché, fauchée
adjective
(informal) (sans argent) broke (informal)
fauché comme les blés stony-broke

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Example Sentences Including 'fauché'

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Après avoir fauché un champ de colza dans l'Ariège, ils sont allés relever les produits " suspects " dans un hypermarché de Toulouse.
Le Monde (2000)
Commencé miel, l'été persistait dans sa blondeur avec le blé fauché en juillet.
Arnaud, Georges-Jean Les moulins à nuages
Et c'était un type fauché, pas sérieux, qui avait plein de copines.
Marie Claire
L'Occupation a fauché la joie de ses 20 ans, mais Daniel Gélin a pris une belle revanche dans l'après-guerre de Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
Le Monde (2002)

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

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'fauché' in Other Languages

British English: broke /brəʊk/ ADJECTIVE
If you are broke, you have no money.
He was broke when I married him.
  • American English: broke
  • Arabic: مُفْلِس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sem dinheiro
  • Chinese: 一文不名的
  • Croatian: koji je bez novaca
  • Czech: na mizině
  • Danish: flad uden penge
  • Dutch: blut
  • European Spanish: sin un duro
  • Finnish: rahaton
  • French: fauché
  • German: pleite
  • Greek: απένταρος
  • Italian: al verde
  • Japanese: 破産した
  • Korean: 한푼 없는
  • Norwegian: blakk
  • Polish: spłukany
  • European Portuguese: falido
  • Romanian: falit
  • Russian: безденежный
  • Latin American Spanish: sin un centavo
  • Swedish: pank
  • Thai: ถังแตก
  • Turkish: züğürt
  • Ukrainian: розорений
  • Vietnamese: hết tiền
British English: hard up /hɑːd ʌp/ ADJECTIVE
If you are hard up, you have very little money.
Her parents were very hard up.
  • American English: hard up
  • Arabic: مُعْسِر
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sem dinheiro
  • Chinese: 经济困难的
  • Croatian: siromašan
  • Czech: ve finanční tísni
  • Danish: betrængt
  • Dutch: slecht bij kas
  • European Spanish: escaso de
  • Finnish: rahapulassa
  • French: fauché
  • German: knapp sein an
  • Greek: απένταρος
  • Italian: al verde
  • Japanese: 酔っぱらった
  • Korean: 쪼들리는
  • Norwegian: dårlig stilt
  • Polish: spłukany
  • European Portuguese: sem dinheiro
  • Romanian: lefter
  • Russian: нуждающийся
  • Latin American Spanish: escaso de
  • Swedish: ha det dåligt ställt
  • Thai: หมดเงิน
  • Turkish: yoksul
  • Ukrainian: бідний
  • Vietnamese: cháy túi

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Translation of fauché from the Collins French to English
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