English translation of 'accablant'
Example Sentences Including 'accablant'
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Face à ce constat accablant, les élus toulousains plaident néanmoins non coupables.Le Monde (1998)
L'exemple des deux poids lourds, Descartes et Kant, est plus accablant encore.Actuel
Le bilan de toutes les " révolutions " qui ont marqué ce xx'siècle est accablant.La grande manip
Pourtant, le témoignage des trois victimes qui se sont portées parties civiles est accablant.Le Monde (2000)
avec la rapidité d'un tour de prestidigitateur, d'un froid accablant, acéré par la surprise.La maison du désir
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'accablant' in Other Languages
British English: damning ADJECTIVE
If you describe evidence or a report as damning, you mean that it suggests very strongly that someone is guilty of a crime or has made a serious mistake.
...a damning report into his handling of the affair.
British English: overwhelming ADJECTIVE
If something is overwhelming, it affects you very strongly, and you do not know how to deal with it.
The task won't feel so overwhelming if you break it down into small, easy-to-accomplish steps.
Translation of accablant from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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