English translation of 'gênant'
Example Sentences Including 'gênant'
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C'est gênant, ces bonshommes au ventre nu qui vous regardent manger.L'ombre d'un roi
CORSE L'exécution programmée de François Santoni Guy Birenbaum, éditeur " Il était devenu gênant pour beaucoup de monde "Le Monde (2001)
Celui -là, je ne peux pas le bouger mais il n'est pas gênant.Le baptême du boiteux
Cet emploi du même mot pour deux choses si différentes me paraît gênant.Le Big Bang des organisations
Le plus gênant, ce serait de transformer en système l'exigence que la philosophie n'en soit pas un.Le Monde (1999)
On nous a répondu que ce n'était pas le sujet, ce qui est gênant ".Le Monde (2001)
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'gênant' in Other Languages
British English: embarrassing /ɪmˈbærəsɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is embarrassing makes you feel shy or ashamed.
It was an embarrassing situation for me.
- American English: embarrassing
- Arabic: مُحْرِج
- Brazilian Portuguese: embaraçoso
- Chinese: 令人尴尬的
- Croatian: neugodan
- Czech: trapný
- Danish: flov
- Dutch: gênant
- European Spanish: embarazoso
- Finnish: nolostuttava
- French: gênant
- German: peinlich
- Greek: ντροπιαστικός
- Italian: imbarazzante
- Japanese: 当惑させるような
- Korean: 무안케 하는
- Norwegian: pinlig
- Polish: kłopotliwy
- European Portuguese: embaraçoso
- Romanian: jenant
- Russian: смущающий
- Spanish: embarazoso
- Swedish: generande
- Thai: น่าอับอาย
- Turkish: nahoş
- Ukrainian: бентежний
- Vietnamese: đáng xấu hổ
British English: distracting ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is distracting, you mean that it makes it difficult for you to concentrate properly on what you are doing.
It's distracting to have someone watching me while I work.
British English: intrusive ADJECTIVE
Something that is intrusive disturbs your mood or your life in a way you do not like.
The cameras were not an intrusive presence.
British English: troublesome ADJECTIVE
You use troublesome to describe something or someone that causes annoying problems or difficulties.
He needed surgery to cure a troublesome back injury.
Translation of gênant from the Collins French to English
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