Les mots de la semaine

français English Cymraeg Brezhoneg
le gel; la gelée frost rhew; llwydrew; barrug rev
le givre hoarfrost barrug; glasrew; llwydrew kler
faire tourner to spin troi; troelli reiñ tro
jouer à pile ou face to spin a coin taflu ceiniog
inspecteur de police principal chief inspector Prif Arolygydd (yr Heddlu) pennenseller polis
le tollé outcry protest; banllefo brotest; gwrthgri hulch’o
un tollé général a public outcry protest cyhoeddus
la benne skip sgip benn
mécanique clockwork perfedd; clocwaith; peirianwaith mekanek
marcher comme sur des roulettes to go like clockwork mynd fel cloc; troi fel deiol
thé (de cinq heures);
thé de l’après-midi
afternoon tea te prynhawn/pnawn; prynhawnbryd te goude kreistez (?)
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One Response to Les mots de la semaine

  1. Kevin says:

    A chief inspector (in the British, and British-inspired, systems of policing) is normally referred to in French as an inspecteur-chef. The nearest equivalent rank in the French police system is that of capitaine (de police).

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