brown in French

Pronunciation
n. Brown, université américaine de luxe et réputée située dans la ville de Providence (Rhodes Island-USA)
n. Brown, nom de famille
n. brun; coloris marron; bronzage; un demi-penny (Monnaie)

brown in English

Pronunciation
n. Brown, large Ivy League university located in Providence (Rhode Island, USA); family name

Example Sentences

Il aurait interpellé Brown parce qu’il bloquait la circulation en marchant dans la rue.
(Source: Voice of America)
He would have challenged Brown because he was blocking traffic while walking in the middle of the street.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Les manifestants se sont rassemblés vendredi soir près du magasin où Brown serait entré.
(Source: Voice of America)
The protesters gathered on Friday evening near the store where Brown had allegedly entered.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Il est en bons termes avec M. Brown.
He gets on well with Mister Brown.
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Je respecte Monsieur Brown.
I respect Mr. Brown.
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Puis-je parler à Mlle Brown ?
May I talk to Ms. Brown?
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M. Brown est notre conseiller financier.
Mr Brown is our financial adviser.
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Monsieur Brown enseigne à Harvard.
Mr Brown teaches at Harvard.
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Mme. Brown avertit Beth que, si elle ne mangeait pas correctement, elle serait toujours en surpoids.
Mrs. Brown warned Beth that if she didn't eat properly she would be permanently overweight.
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Madame Hughes, voici Peter Brown.
Mrs. Hughes, this is Peter Brown.
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Mme Brown semble être actrice.
Ms. Brown seems to be an actress.
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Synonyms

1. cook: fry, toast, sauté, scorch, roast
2. colour: chestnut, mahogany, reddish-brown, tan



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