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English translation of 'protocole'

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[pʀɔtɔkɔl ]
masculine noun
(figurative) etiquette

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Example Sentences Including 'protocole'

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Aux Impôts de Lyon, on pense que ce protocole répond à une étiquette trop stricte pour être respectée.
Matthieu, Robert L'enfer fiscal: les victimes témoignent
Dans deux heures, j'ai rendez-vous avec Ted pour réviser le protocole d'entente que nous signerons en fin de matinée.
Bombardier, Denise Tremblement de coeur
Il ne restera que l'Australie, qui ne veut pas ratifier le protocole puisque les Etats-Unis ne le font pas.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
La Russie a par ailleurs annoncé mardi qu'elle allait ratifier le protocole de Kyoto.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Mais il existe plusieurs conférences des parties pour mettre en place le protocole de Kyoto.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Son attachée de presse, jouant les chefs du protocole, me présente.
Marie Claire

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In Common Usage. protocole is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'protocole' in Other Languages

British English: protocol NOUN
Protocol is a system of rules about the correct way to act in formal situations.
He has become a stickler for the finer observances of government protocol.


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