English translation of 'autocollant'
Example Sentences Including 'autocollant'
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Elles n'ont ni sifflet, ni déguisement, ni autocollant sur leurs vestes.Le Monde (2002)
Le temps qu'il ait fait ses courses, l'autocollant avait été arraché.Le Monde (2003)
Ouvrir grand les fenêtres aux carreaux recouverts d'une croix de plastique autocollant destiné à retenir les débris de verre.Le Monde (2003)
Trends of 'autocollant'
Used Rarely. autocollant is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'autocollant' in Other Languages
British English: sticker /ˈstɪkə/ NOUN
A sticker is a small piece of paper or plastic with writing or a picture on it, that you can stick onto a surface.
He stuck a sticker on the bumper of his car.
- American English: sticker
- Arabic: مُلْصَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: adesivo
- Chinese: 小贴画
- Croatian: naljepnica
- Czech: samolepka
- Danish: klistermærke
- Dutch: sticker
- European Spanish: pegatina
- Finnish: tarra
- French: autocollant
- German: Aufkleber
- Greek: αυτοκόλλητο
- Italian: adesivo
- Japanese: ステッカー
- Korean: 스티커
- Norwegian: klistremerke
- Polish: nalepka
- European Portuguese: adesivo
- Romanian: abțibild
- Russian: наклейка
- Spanish: calcomanía
- Swedish: klistermärke
- Thai: สติ๊กเกอร์
- Turkish: etiket defter vb
- Ukrainian: наклейка
- Vietnamese: nhãn dính
British English: self-adhesive ADJECTIVE
Something that is self-adhesive is covered on one side with a sticky substance like glue, so that it will stick to surfaces.
Translation of autocollant from the Collins French to English
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