English translation of 'moudre'
Verb Table transitive verb
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Example Sentences Including 'moudre'
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J'ai 81 ans, je suis des vôtres, mais nos politiques ont du grain à moudre en dehors du vol de portables.Le Monde (2002)
Le budget 2000 (lire ci-dessous) ne leur laisse guère de grain à moudre.Le Monde (1999)
Si Robbe-Grillet n'accorde guère de crédit à la psychanalyse, la psychanalyse, elle, trouve chez lui beaucoup de grain à moudre.Le Monde (2001)
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'moudre' in Other Languages
British English: grind /ɡraɪnd/ VERB
When something such as corn or coffee is ground, it is crushed until it becomes a fine powder.
...freshly ground coffee.
- American English: grind
- Arabic: يَطْحَن
- Brazilian Portuguese: moer
- Chinese: 磨
- Croatian: mljeti
- Czech: mlít kávu apod.
- Danish: male
- Dutch: malen
- European Spanish: moler
- Finnish: jauhaa
- French: moudre
- German: mahlen
- Greek: αλέθω
- Italian: macinare
- Japanese: 挽く
- Korean: ...을 갈아 (가루로) 만들다
- Norwegian: kverne
- Polish: zemleć
- European Portuguese: moer
- Romanian: a măcina
- Russian: молоть
- Spanish: moler
- Swedish: mala
- Thai: บด
- Turkish: öğütmek
- Ukrainian: молоти
- Vietnamese: xay
British English: mill VERB
To mill something such as wheat or pepper means to grind it in a mill.
They do not have the capacity to mill the grain.
Translation of moudre from the Collins French to English
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