English translation of 'hocher'
Verb Table transitive verb
hocher la tête (pour acquiescer) to nod; (signe négatif ou dubitatif) to shake one’s head
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'hocher' in Other Languages
British English: nod /nɒd/ VERB
If you nod, you move your head downwards and upwards to show that you are answering 'yes' to a question, or to show agreement, understanding, or approval.
`Are you okay?' I asked. She nodded and smiled.
He tasted it and nodded his approval.
- American English: nod
- Arabic: يُومِئُ بِرَأسِهِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: acenar com a cabeça
- Chinese: 点头
- Croatian: kimnuti
- Czech: přikývnout na souhlas
- Danish: nikke
- Dutch: knikken
- European Spanish: asentir con la cabeza
- Finnish: nyökätä
- French: hocher
- German: nicken
- Greek: γνέφω
- Italian: annuire
- Japanese: うなずく
- Korean: 머리를 끄덕이다
- Norwegian: nikke
- Polish: ukłonić się
- European Portuguese: acenar com a cabeça
- Romanian: a da din cap aprobator
- Russian: кивать
- Spanish: asentir con la cabeza
- Swedish: nicka
- Thai: พยักหน้า
- Turkish: başıyla onaylamak
- Ukrainian: кивати
- Vietnamese: gật đầu
Translation of hocher from the Collins French to English
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