English translation of 'effronté'
Example Sentences Including 'effronté'
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A Brest, à Lorient, aux Sables- d'Olonne, et même dans les terres, à Rennes ou à Rouen, l'effronté se croit désormais tout permis.Le Monde (2002)
François Bayrou m'a traité de loup-garou ", précise l'effronté, oeil fin, lèvres minces et menton haut.Le Monde (2000)
HISTOIRES NATURELLES Le merle noir, un timide effronté aux trilles d'orLe Monde (2001)
Un grand de quatrième l'avait traitée de Totoche, ouvertement, un " effronté " disait -elle !Je suis comme une truie qui doute
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'effronté' in Other Languages
British English: cheeky /ˈtʃiːkɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is cheeky is rude to someone they ought to respect, but often in a charming or amusing way.
He is a very cheeky boy.
- American English: sassy
- Arabic: وَقِح
- Brazilian Portuguese: atrevido
- Chinese: 厚脸皮的
- Croatian: drzak
- Czech: drzý
- Danish: fræk
- Dutch: brutaal
- European Spanish: descarado atrevido
- Finnish: hävytön
- French: effronté
- German: frech
- Greek: αναιδής
- Italian: sfacciato
- Japanese: 生意気な
- Korean: 뻔뻔한
- Norwegian: frekk
- Polish: zuchwały
- European Portuguese: atrevido
- Romanian: obraznic
- Russian: нахальный
- Spanish: descarado
- Swedish: fräck
- Thai: ที่ไม่เคารพ
- Turkish: arsız
- Ukrainian: зухвалий
- Vietnamese: vô lễ
British English: brash ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or their behaviour as brash, you disapprove of them because you think that they are too confident and aggressive.
On stage she seems hard, brash, and uncompromising.
Translation of effronté from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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