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English translation of 'affréter'

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[afʀete ]
Verb Table transitive verb
to charter

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Example Sentences Including 'affréter'

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Des défilés devaient être organisés dans plusieurs grandes villes, en raison des difficultés à affréter des trains pour Paris.
Le Monde (2000)
Et c'est bien pour suppléer aux carences des autorités que la Vendée a dû affréter 30 chalutiers (210 marins).
Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
L’agence pourra affréter et exploiter des navires de surveillance qu’elle mettra à la disposition des observateurs.
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Trends of 'affréter'

Used Rarely. affréter is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'affréter' in Other Languages

British English: charter VERB
If a person or organization charters a plane, boat, or other vehicle, they hire it for their own use.
He chartered a jet to fly her home.


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