English translation of 'flagrant'
Example Sentences Including 'flagrant'
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Deux mois de recherches fastidieuses dans les fichiers informatiques et le 31 mars, le hasard qui permet le flagrant délit.Le Monde (2000)
En revanche, il devient flagrant dès lors que l'on aborde les 35 heures et les allégements de charges.Le Monde (2002)
Il passe ses nuits à traquer le flagrant délit dans les zones à risques.Les flics, 120 000 inconnus
La gendarmerie et le SRPJ quadrillent la région et caressent l'espoir d'un flagrant délit.Actuel
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'flagrant' in Other Languages
British English: blatant /ˈbleɪtnt/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe something you think is bad as blatant, you mean that it is very obvious.
He made up blatant lies to my father about me.
- American English: blatant
- Arabic: صَارِخ
- Brazilian Portuguese: descarado
- Chinese: 公然的
- Croatian: očit
- Czech: očividný
- Danish: åbenlys
- Dutch: overduidelijk
- European Spanish: descarado ostensible
- Finnish: räikeä
- French: flagrant
- German: offensichtlich
- Greek: κραυγαλέος
- Italian: sfacciato
- Japanese: 露骨な
- Korean: 뻔한
- Norwegian: grov
- Polish: bezczelny
- European Portuguese: descarado
- Romanian: sfruntat
- Russian: вопиющий
- Spanish: descarado
- Swedish: uppenbar
- Thai: ชัดแจ้ง
- Turkish: apaçık
- Ukrainian: вульгарний
- Vietnamese: rõ ràng
British English: flagrant ADJECTIVE
You can use flagrant to describe an action, situation, or someone's behaviour that you find extremely bad or shocking in a very obvious way.
The judge called the decision 'a flagrant violation of international law'.
Translation of flagrant from the Collins French to English
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