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English translation of 'vestige'

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vestige

[vɛstiʒ ]
masculine noun
1.  [de passé, tradition] remnantvestige
2.  (fragment) trace
3.  (objet) relic
vestiges plural masculine noun
[de ville] remains
[de civilisation, passé] remnantsrelics

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Example Sentences Including 'vestige'

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Avant tout, il fallait s'assurer de l'authenticité du vestige archéologique.
Le Monde (2002)
Ensuite parce qu'il libère, du même coup, l'Europe du dernier vestige du communisme.
Le Monde (2000)
Je suis l'unique vestige d'une petite politique d'ouverture en 1981. J'ai eu des postes très difficiles mais utiles.
Marie Claire
Mais ce vestige royal est là pour combler les fractures entre le pays réel et le pays légal, justement.
Le Monde (2002)

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'vestige' in Other Languages

British English: relic NOUN
remnant If you refer to something or someone as a relic of an earlier period, you mean that they belonged to that period but have survived into the present.
The current law is a relic of an era in history that has passed.
British English: remnant NOUN
The remnants of something are small parts of it that are left over when the main part has disappeared or been destroyed.
...the remnants of an ancient civilization.
  • American English: remnant
  • Brazilian Portuguese: resto
  • Chinese: 残余部分
  • European Spanish: resto
  • French: vestige
  • German: Überrest
  • Italian: resto
  • Japanese: 残り
  • Korean: 잔재
  • European Portuguese: resto
  • Spanish: resto
British English: vestige NOUN
vestige of sth A vestige of something is a very small part that still remains of something that was once much larger or more important.
We represent the last vestige of what made this nation great–hard work.
  • American English: vestige
  • Brazilian Portuguese: vestígio
  • Chinese: 残留部分
  • European Spanish: vestigio
  • French: vestige
  • German: Spur
  • Italian: vestigio
  • Japanese: 痕跡
  • Korean: 자취
  • European Portuguese: vestígio
  • Spanish: vestigio

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Translation of vestige from the Collins French to English
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