English translation of 'distingué'
Example Sentences Including 'distingué'
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Bien marié, ce jeune homme distingué et diplômé, après s'être frotté aux finances publiques, " fera " de la banque.Le Monde (1999)
Croquante et ferme, on la considère comme le morceau le plus délicat et le plus distingué de l'animal.Marie Claire
Le jury de Deauville, présidé par le réalisateur Neil Jordan, a distingué les deux films les plus originaux de la section.Le Monde (2000)
Le président américain a de nouveau distingué le cas des deux pays.Le Monde (2003)
Oh, comme il avait distingué avec sensualité la corolle du pistil !Les anges et les faucons
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British English: distinguished ADJECTIVE
If you describe a person or their work as distinguished, you mean that they have been very successful in their career and have a good reputation.
...a distinguished academic family.
British English: genteel ADJECTIVE
A genteel person is respectable and well-mannered, and comes or seems to come from a high social class.
It was a place to which genteel families came in search of health and quiet.
Translation of distingué from the Collins French to English
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