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English translation of 'fourrure'

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[fuʀyʀ ]
feminine noun
1.  (matériau) fur
un manteau de fourrure a fur coat
un col de fourrureun col en fourrure a fur collar
2.  (sur l’animal) (pelage) coat

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Example Sentences Including 'fourrure'

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Au mur, une autre, plus grande, pareillement bordée de fourrure : un tableau blanc, un cadre, d'un blanc autre.
Le Monde (2001)
Dans un de ses livres (1), Lovelock dit qu'elle lui fait penser à une grosse fourrure de chat.
Il y avait bien une fourrure sur son lit et des étoiles d'or sur ses rideaux de satin bleu nuit, mais cela ne la séduisait pas.
Salacrou, Laurence L'ombre d'un roi
Les dames de la haute société de Rio portaient des manteaux de fourrure sous les tropiques !
Ziegler, Jean Retournez les fusils ! Manuel de sociologie d'opposition
Vient même le chercher à l'école en fourrure et golf GTI, histoire de " bluffer " les copains.
Le Monde (2001)

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'fourrure' in Other Languages

British English: fur /fɜː/ NOUN
Fur is the thick hair that grows on the bodies of many animals, such as rabbits and bears, and is sometimes used to make clothes or rugs.
...a black coat with a fur collar.
  • American English: fur
  • Arabic: فَرْو
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pele de animal
  • Chinese: 毛皮
  • Croatian: krzno
  • Czech: srst
  • Danish: pels
  • Dutch: vacht
  • European Spanish: pelaje
  • Finnish: turkki
  • French: fourrure
  • German: Pelz
  • Greek: γούνα
  • Italian: pelliccia
  • Japanese: 毛皮
  • Korean: 모피
  • Norwegian: pels
  • Polish: futro u zwierzęcia
  • European Portuguese: pele de animal
  • Romanian: blană
  • Russian: мех
  • Latin American Spanish: pelaje
  • Swedish: päls
  • Thai: ขนสัตว์
  • Turkish: kürk
  • Ukrainian: хутро
  • Vietnamese: lông mao


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