English translation of 'fasciner'
Verb Table transitive verb
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Example Sentences Including 'fasciner'
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Il faut se laisser fasciner par la beauté, l'émotion, la grandeur douloureuse du film.Le Monde (2000)
La culture est un secteur qui, malgré des salaires modestes et beaucoup de précarité, continue de fasciner.Le Monde (2002)
Les Italiens avaient mis toutes les chances de leur côté, mais leur victoire n'en finit pas de fasciner le monde de la voile.Le Monde (2000)
Parmi les signes de feu, le Lion, votre opposé, peut vous fasciner.Marie Claire
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Used Occasionally. fasciner is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'fasciner' in Other Languages
British English: fascinate VERB
If something fascinates you, it interests and delights you so much that your thoughts tend to concentrate on it.
Politics fascinated his father.
British English: mesmerize VERB
If you are mesmerized by something, you are so interested in it or so attracted to it that you cannot think about anything else.
He was absolutely mesmerized by the singer.
British English: rivet VERB
If you are riveted by something, it fascinates you and holds your interest completely.
As a child I remember being riveted by my grandfather's appearance.
Translation of fasciner from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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