English translation of 'défigurer'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. (physiquement) to disfigure
[boutons] to spoil the looks of
2. (figurative) [œuvre] to deface
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Example Sentences Including 'défigurer'
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Face à la nature, l'homme a trois possibilités : la maîtriser, la défigurer ou s'incliner.Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Ils devraient se heurter, défigurer les traits de la nature.Marie Claire
Les nouveaux venus n'allaient -ils pas défigurer nos belles campagnes, nos bords de mer ?Le Monde (1998)
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'défigurer' in Other Languages
British English: disfigure VERB
If someone is disfigured, their appearance is spoiled.
Many of the wounded had been badly disfigured.
Translation of défigurer from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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