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English translation of 'occulte'

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occulte

[ɔkylt ]
adjective
1. 
les sciences occultes the occult
les puissances occultes occult powers
2. 
[financement, fonds] secret
[pouvoir] unseen

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Example Sentences Including 'occulte'

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Du coup, la télé focalise les regards et occulte tout dialogue familial.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
La psychanalyse sentait le soufre et son usage était alors occulte.
Le Monde (2001)

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'occulte' in Other Languages

British English: occult NOUN
The occult is the knowledge and study of supernatural or magical forces.
Interest in the occult tended toward ceremonial magic rather than witchcraft.
  • American English: occult
  • Brazilian Portuguese: forças ocultas
  • Chinese: 神秘学
  • European Spanish: ocultismo
  • French: occulte
  • German: Okkulte
  • Italian: occulto
  • Japanese: オカルト
  • Korean: 비술
  • European Portuguese: forças ocultas
  • Spanish: ocultismo

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Translation of occulte from the Collins French to English
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