protein in French

Pronunciation
n. protéine; enzyme

Example Sentences

A liter of milk contains about thirty grams of protein.
Un litre de lait contient à peu près trente grammes de protéines.
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After the gym, I drink a glass of milk mixed with powdered protein.
Après la gym, je bois un verre de lait mélangé avec des protéines en poudre.
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He took a protein shake.
Il but une boisson protéinée.
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In the egg yolk, there are more proteins than in egg whites.
Dans le jaune d'œuf, il y a davantage de protéines que dans le blanc d’œuf.
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Meat contains proteins.
La viande contient des protéines.
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She took a protein shake.
Elle but une boisson protéinée.
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However, I cannot accept the exemption for feeding cats with ruminant protein from the ban.
Cependant je n'accepte pas la proposition d'exempter de l'interdiction la nourriture pour chats à base de protéines de ruminants.
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These tests can only detect the affected prion protein above a certain level.
Ces tests ne peuvent en effet détecter la protéine prion altérée qu' à partir d' un certain seuil.
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This is a very clear pattern and demand for more protein is also increasing.
Il s'agit d'une tendance très claire, et on assiste également à une plus grande demande de protéines.
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If ruminant fat is guaranteed free from proteins, it is also free from dioxins, cinolons etc.
Si la graisse des ruminants est garantie sans protéines, elle ne contiendra pas non plus de dioxines, de quinolones, etc.
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Synonyms

any of a large group of nitrogenous organic compounds that are essential constituents of living cells; consist of polymers of amino acids; essential in the diet of animals for growth and for repair of tissues; can be obtained from meat and eggs and milk and legumes: nucleoprotein, PSA, macromolecule, iodinated protein, supermolecule, opsin, recombinant protein, milk, plasma protein, enzyme, actomyosin, prostate specific antigen, capsid, cytokine, gluten, haptoglobin, eggs, conjugated protein, ferritin, phosphoprotein, aminoalkanoic acid, proteome, aleurone, growth factor, simple protein, fibrin, filaggrin, apoenzyme, polypeptide, meat, compound protein, amyloid, egg, iodoprotein, amino acid, legume, antibody

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