document in French

Pronunciation
n. document; document, fichier de données comprenant le résultat du travail de l'utilisateur (informatique)
v. documenter

document in English

Pronunciation
(m) n. document, file, data file containing the product of a user's work (Computers); script, bill; record, paper; deed, proxy
Related French Translations
document casen. porte-documents (m)
document officialn. papier ministre (m)
document retrievaldocuments réparables
document windowfenêtre de document, fenêtre à l'intérieur d'un logiciel d'application représentant le document en cours d'édition
documentaladj. documentaire
documentaryn. film documentaire
adj. documentaire
documentary billtraite documentaire, traite garantissant un paiement à temps fixe ou sur présentation à laquelle on adjoint les documents nécessaires à cela
documentationn. documentation
documentedadj. documenté, registré
documenting[document] v. documenter
documents[document] n. document; document, fichier de données comprenant le résultat du travail de l'utilisateur (informatique)
v. documenter
Expressions
noun: anything serving as a representation of a person's thinking by means of symbolic marks
noun: writing that provides information (especially information of an official nature)
noun: a written account of ownership or obligation
noun: (computer science) a computer file that contains text (and possibly formatting instructions) using 7-bit ASCII characters
verb: support or supply with references Example:Can you document your claims?.

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Synonyms for document
license: permit, certificate, warrant, grant
Verb forms for document
Present participle: documenting
Present: document (3.person: documents)
Past: documented
Future: will document
Present conditional: would document
Present Perfect: have documented (3.person: has documented)
Past Perfect: had documented
Future Perfect: will have documented
Past conditional: would have documented