English translation of 'Moyen Âge'
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C'est là que les hommes ont réalisé à partir du Moyen Âge de superbes salines, les salins des Pesquiers.Le Monde (2000)
Exemple, ces tourmenteurs qui, au Moyen Âge, travaillaient beaucoup leurs chers administrés.Le Monde (2003)
HISTOIRE DES PEURS ALIMENTAIRES Du Moyen Âge à l'aube du XXe siècle de Madeleine Ferrières.Le Monde (2002)
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'Moyen Âge' in Other Languages
British English: Middle Ages /ˈmɪdl ˈeɪdʒɪz/ NOUN
In European history, the Middle Ages was the period between the end of the Roman Empire in 476 AD and about 1500 AD, especially the later part of this period.
- American English: Middle Ages
- Arabic: الْعُصُورُ الْوُسْطَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: Idade Média
- Chinese: 中世纪
- Croatian: srednji vijek
- Czech: středověk
- Danish: middelalder
- Dutch: middeleeuwen
- European Spanish: Edad Media
- Finnish: keskiaika
- French: Moyen-Âge
- German: Mittelalter
- Greek: Μεσαίωνας
- Italian: Medioevo
- Japanese: 中世
- Korean: 중년
- Norwegian: middelalderen
- Polish: Średniowiecze
- European Portuguese: Idade Média
- Romanian: Evul Mediu
- Russian: Средневековье
- Spanish: Edad Media
- Swedish: medeltiden
- Thai: ยุคกลาง
- Turkish: Orta Çağ
- Ukrainian: Середньовіччя
- Vietnamese: thời Trung cổ
Translation of Moyen Âge from the Collins French to English
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