English translation of 'borné'
Example Sentences Including 'borné'
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Dans un second temps, il a borné sa requête à la liste des personnes, entreprises et organismes consultés.Le Monde (2002)
Il s'est borné à faire parvenir des citations directes visant ces faits nouveaux aux prévenus concernés.Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
L'inconvénient majeur de la reconnaissance du mensonge par omission est d'ouvrir vers l'infini l'espace borné des oeuvres.
Le problème est que cet embryon de citoyenneté continue d'être borné par l'indépassable horizon du parti unique.Le Monde (2003)
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'borné' in Other Languages
British English: narrow-minded /ˈnærəʊˈmaɪndɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as narrow-minded, you are criticizing them because they are unwilling to consider new ideas or other people's opinions.
...a narrow-minded bigot.
- American English: narrow-minded
- Arabic: ضَيّقُ الْعَقْلِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bitolado
- Chinese: 小心眼的
- Croatian: uskogrudan
- Czech: úzkoprsý
- Danish: snæversynet
- Dutch: bekrompen
- European Spanish: intolerante cerrado
- Finnish: ahdasmielinen
- French: borné
- German: engstirnig
- Greek: στενόμυαλος
- Italian: di vedute ristrette
- Japanese: 了見の狭い
- Korean: 마음이 좁은
- Norwegian: trangsynt
- Polish: ograniczony
- European Portuguese: limitado
- Romanian: îngust la mintela minte
- Russian: косный
- Spanish: intolerante
- Swedish: trångsynt
- Thai: ใจแคบ
- Turkish: dar görüşlü
- Ukrainian: обмежений
- Vietnamese: thiển cận
British English: parochial ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as parochial, you are critical of them because you think they are too concerned with their own affairs and should be thinking about more important things.
Translation of borné from the Collins French to English
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