English translation of 'animé'
Word forms: animé, animée
[lieu, quartier] lively ⧫ busy
Cette rue est très animée. This is a very lively street.
2. [conversation, réunion] lively ⧫ animated
animé de qch, animé des meilleures intentions motivated by the best intentions
4. [image, illustration] animated
5. (Linguistics) animate
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Example Sentences Including 'animé'
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En résumé, ce débat houleux animé par certains députés a frisé le grotesque.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Ils auraient trouvé ça trop adulte pour le public de là-bas, pour qui un dessin animé, c'est bon pour les gosses.Actuel
Le second texte, sur le rôle du communisme, a donné lieu à un débat plus animé que ceux de la veille.Le Monde (2000)
Une vitre qui glisse dans ses rainures, dans un compartiment de chemin de fer, est un objet animé d'un mouvement de translation.Structure moléculaire et propriétés biologiques
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'animé' in Other Languages
British English: lively /ˈlaɪvlɪ/ ADJECTIVE
You can describe someone as lively when they behave in an enthusiastic and cheerful way.
She has a lively personality.
- American English: lively
- Arabic: نَشيِطٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: animado
- Chinese: 活泼的
- Croatian: živahan
- Czech: energický
- Danish: livlig
- Dutch: levendig
- European Spanish: animado
- Finnish: eloisa
- French: animé
- German: lebhaft
- Greek: ζωηρός
- Italian: animato
- Japanese: 元気のよい
- Korean: 활기찬
- Norwegian: livlig
- Polish: pełen życia
- European Portuguese: animado
- Romanian: vesel
- Russian: деятельный
- Spanish: animado
- Swedish: livlig
- Thai: มีชีวิตชีวา
- Turkish: canlı hareketli
- Ukrainian: жвавий
- Vietnamese: sống động
British English: animate ADJECTIVE
Something that is animate has life, in contrast to things like stones and machines which do not.
...all aspects of the material world, animate and inanimate.
British English: animated ADJECTIVE
Someone who is animated or who is having an animated conversation is lively and is showing their feelings.
She was seen in animated conversation with a friend.
British English: heated ADJECTIVE
A heated discussion or quarrel is one where the people involved are angry and excited.
It was a very heated argument and they were shouting at each other.
British English: pop-up ADJECTIVE
A pop-up book, usually a children's book, has pictures that stand up when you open the pages.
- American English: pop-up
- Brazilian Portuguese: tipo de livro cujas ilustrações dão a impressão de saltar quando abertas suas páginas
- Chinese: 弹起立体图片的书
- European Spanish: desplegable
- French: animé
- German: Hochklapp-
- Italian: popup
- Japanese: 開くと飛び出る
- Korean: 그림이 튀어나오는 책
- European Portuguese: tipo de livro cujas ilustrações dão a impressão de saltar quando abertas as suas páginas
- Spanish: desplegable
British English: spirited ADJECTIVE
A spirited action shows great energy and courage.
This television programme provoked a spirited debate.
Translation of animé from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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