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English translation of 'endormi'

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endormi

[ɑ̃dɔʀmi ]
Word forms: endormi, endormie
past participle of verb
adjective
1.  [personne] asleep
2.  (figurative) (indolent, lent) sluggish
3.  (engourdi) [main, pied] numb

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Example Sentences Including 'endormi'

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A Londres, en l'an 2000, un chantier souterrain dérange un dragon, endormi depuis des millénaires.
Le Monde (2002)
Il s'est endormi en ouvrant la boîte Paul rouvier s'ennuie.
Ruquier, Laurent etc Rien à cirer
Jamais il ne pourrait fermer l'oeil, de crainte de frôler ce corps d'adulte endormi à côté de lui..
Arnaud, Georges-Jean Les moulins à nuages
L'île de Robinson, au large de Valparaiso, a éveillé en moi l'enfant endormi.
Le Monde (2000)
Mais je voulais tenir compagnie à Gregory, toujours endormi, et qui me parlait de ses projets.
Ergal, Yves-Michel L'offrande musicale
Un homme à l'allure un peu raide arpente d'un pas feutré les longs couloirs du palace endormi.
Marie Claire

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'endormi' in Other Languages

British English: asleep /əˈsliːp/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is asleep is sleeping.
My daughter was asleep on the sofa.
  • American English: asleep
  • Arabic: نَائِم
  • Brazilian Portuguese: adormecido
  • Chinese: 睡着的
  • Croatian: zaspao
  • Czech: spící
  • Danish: sover
  • Dutch: slapend
  • European Spanish: dormido
  • Finnish: unessa
  • French: endormi
  • German: schlafend
  • Greek: κοιμισμένος
  • Italian: addormentato
  • Japanese: 眠って
  • Korean: 잠들어
  • Norwegian: sovende
  • Polish: pogrążony (we śnie)
  • European Portuguese: adormecido
  • Romanian: adormit
  • Russian: спящий
  • Spanish: dormido
  • Swedish: sovande
  • Thai: นอนหลับ
  • Turkish: uykuda
  • Ukrainian: той, що спить
  • Vietnamese: buồn ngủ
British English: drowsy /ˈdraʊzɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you are drowsy, you feel sleepy and cannot think clearly.
He felt pleasantly drowsy.
  • American English: drowsy
  • Arabic: نَعْسَان
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sonolento
  • Chinese: 倦睡的
  • Croatian: omamljen
  • Czech: ospalý
  • Danish: døsig
  • Dutch: slaperig
  • European Spanish: somnoliento amodorrado
  • Finnish: uninen
  • French: endormi
  • German: schläfrig
  • Greek: νυσταγμένος
  • Italian: sonnolento
  • Japanese: 眠い
  • Korean: 졸리는
  • Norwegian: døsig
  • Polish: senny
  • European Portuguese: sonolento
  • Romanian: moleșit
  • Russian: дремлющий
  • Spanish: somnoliento
  • Swedish: sömnig
  • Thai: เซื่องซึม
  • Turkish: uykulu
  • Ukrainian: сонливий
  • Vietnamese: buồn ngủ
British English: sleepy /ˈsliːpɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you feel sleepy, you feel tired and ready to go to sleep.
`Are we here?' she said in a sleepy voice.
  • American English: sleepy
  • Arabic: نَعْسَان
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sonolento
  • Chinese: 困倦的
  • Croatian: pospan
  • Czech: ospalý
  • Danish: søvnig
  • Dutch: slaperig
  • European Spanish: somnoliento adormilado
  • Finnish: uninen
  • French: endormi
  • German: schläfrig
  • Greek: νυσταγμένος
  • Italian: assonnato
  • Japanese: 眠い
  • Korean: 졸리는
  • Norwegian: søvnig
  • Polish: senny
  • European Portuguese: sonolento
  • Romanian: somnoros
  • Russian: сонный
  • Spanish: somnoliento
  • Swedish: sömnig
  • Thai: ง่วงนอน
  • Turkish: uykulu
  • Ukrainian: сонний
  • Vietnamese: buồn ngủ
British English: dormant ADJECTIVE
Something that is dormant is not active, growing, or being used at the present time but is capable of becoming active later on.
...when the long dormant volcano erupted.

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Translation of endormi from the Collins French to English
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