English translation of 'onduler'
Verb Table intransitive verb
(= se mouvoir) to undulate
[chevelure] to be wavy
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Example Sentences Including 'onduler'
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Cela entraîne des consignes bien particulières qui s'énoncent en trois verbes : briller, onduler, colorer.Marie Claire
Elles sont prises dans une spirale infernale, ballottées de droite et de gauche sur les tourbillons d'eau qui font onduler le caoutchouc.Le Monde (1999)
Il laissa onduler autour de lui un silence comme si son corps était un caillou jeté dans un lac de montagne.Le Monde (2001)
Trends of 'onduler'
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'onduler' in Other Languages
British English: billow VERB
When something made of cloth billows, it swells out and moves slowly in the wind.
The curtains billowed in the breeze.
British English: undulate VERB
Something that undulates has gentle curves or slopes, or moves gently and slowly up and down or from side to side in an attractive manner.
As we travel south, the countryside begins to undulate as the rolling hills sweep down to the riverbanks.
Translation of onduler from the Collins French to English
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