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English translation of 'brume'

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brume

[bʀym ]
feminine noun
mist

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Example Sentences Including 'brume'

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Celui que nous suivions de plus près avait l'air surnaturel dans la brume du crépuscule.
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Comment sortir de l'impasse " psychosomatique " et de la brume théorique qui ne parvient pas à se dissiper sur ce concept ?
Michel, Dr François-Bernard & Gazaix, Dr Pierre Pour en finir avec les maladies psychosomatiques
Plus loin, toujours pour quatre lits, sept Yougoslaves noyés dans une brume de fumée de tabac qui refroidit.
Le Monde (2002)
Terre de brume - Musée de Bretagne, 180 F (27, 44 euros).
Le Monde (2001)
Une brume enveloppait le parc, les graviers jaunes de l'allée luisaient sous le ciel gris qui s'éclaircissait vers l'ouest.
Ergal, Yves-Michel L'offrande musicale
Une légère brume et des feuillages figurent une forêt d'après la catastrophe.
Le Monde (2002)

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'brume' in Other Languages

British English: mist /mɪst/ NOUN
Mist consists of many tiny drops of water in the air, which make it difficult to see very far.
I couldn't see anything through the mist.
  • American English: mist
  • Arabic: ضَبَابٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: névoa
  • Chinese: 薄雾
  • Croatian: izmaglica
  • Czech: mlha
  • Danish: tåge
  • Dutch: mist
  • European Spanish: neblina
  • Finnish: usva
  • French: brume
  • German: leichter Nebel
  • Greek: καταχνιά
  • Italian: foschia
  • Japanese: もや
  • Korean: 안개
  • Norwegian: tåke
  • Polish: mgiełka
  • European Portuguese: névoa
  • Romanian: ceață
  • Russian: дымка
  • Spanish: neblina
  • Swedish: dimma
  • Thai: หมอก
  • Turkish: sis
  • Ukrainian: імла
  • Vietnamese: sương mù
British English: haze NOUN
Haze is light mist, caused by particles of water or dust in the air, which prevents you from seeing distant objects clearly. Haze often forms in hot weather.
They vanished into the haze near the horizon.
  • American English: haze
  • Brazilian Portuguese: névoa
  • Chinese: 薄雾
  • European Spanish: neblina
  • French: brume
  • German: Dunst
  • Italian: foschia
  • Japanese: もや
  • Korean: 연무
  • European Portuguese: névoa
  • Spanish: neblina

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Translation of brume from the Collins French to English
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