English translation of 'illimité'
Example Sentences Including 'illimité'
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Ce qui ouvre un champ illimité à celui qui a de l'imagination.Le Monde (2000)
Ces planches, non signées, tirées en nombre illimité, ne constituent forcément pas les prémices d'une collection.Le Monde (2003)
Elles nous enseignent en particulier que l'univers visible peut fort bien être à la fois fini et illimité.Le grand escalier. Des quarks aux galaxies
La commission suggère enfin d'accorder aux cadres d'entreprise, chercheurs et artistes de haut niveau un permis de séjour illimité.Le Monde (2001)
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'illimité' in Other Languages
British English: limitless ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as limitless, you mean that there is or appears to be so much of it that it will never be exhausted.
...a cheap and potentially limitless supply of energy.
British English: unlimited ADJECTIVE
If there is an unlimited quantity of something, you can have as much or as many of that thing as you want.
An unlimited number of copies can still be made from the original.
British English: unrestricted ADJECTIVE
If an activity is unrestricted, you are free to do it in the way that you want, without being limited by any rules.
Freedom to pursue extra-curricular activities is totally unrestricted.
Translation of illimité from the Collins French to English
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