English translation of 'désinvolte'
Example Sentences Including 'désinvolte'
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Elle incarne une militante communiste, rigide, entière, passionnée, qui tombe amoureuse d'un bel étudiant désinvolte.Le Monde (2000)
Il avait plutôt le style british, grand, chic, cheveux blancs, beau visage maigre du vieux monsieur désinvolte, très dandy.Actuel
Je m'apercevais que je n'avais été si désinvolte que faute d'avoir connu certains secrets.Une curieuse solitude
Un flic désinvolte de Seattle est envoyé en mission à Los Angeles.Le Monde (2002)
Trends of 'désinvolte'
Used Occasionally. désinvolte is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'désinvolte' in Other Languages
British English: brazen ADJECTIVE
If you describe a person or their behaviour as brazen, you mean that they are very bold and do not care what other people think about them.
Masked thieves staged a brazen daylight robbery.
British English: cavalier ADJECTIVE
If you describe a person or their behaviour as cavalier, you think that they do not consider other people's feelings or take account of the seriousness of a situation.
The editor takes a cavalier attitude to the concept of fact checking.
British English: complacent ADJECTIVE
A complacent person is very pleased with themselves or feels that they do not need to do anything about a situation, even though the situation may be uncertain or dangerous.
We cannot afford to be complacent about our health.
Translation of désinvolte from the Collins French to English
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