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decarbonisation (Brit.)décarbonisation, retrait du charbon
achromatise (Brit.)achromatiser, rendre achromatique, retirer la couleur de
amphitheatre (Brit.)amphithéâtre, stade, arène
anaesthetise (Brit.)anesthésier, insensibiliser, réduire la sensibilité de la douleur
analyse (Brit.)analyser, examiner, étudier
arabise (Brit.)arabiser, donner un caractère arabe, adopter des coutumes ou culture arabes, adapter aux coutumes arabes ou à la culture arabe
authorise (Brit.)autoriser, permetter, approuver, règlementer, consentir
behavioural (Brit.)comportemental, relatif à la conduite
blowsy (Brit.)échevelé, débraillé, négligé, rougeâtre, écarlate (peau)
BritBrit award, cérémonie des Oscars similaire à celle des Grammies award (oscars américains décernés pour la Musique)
britmenu fretin, petit hareng, poisson salé
candour (Brit.)candeur, franchise, sincérité, honnêteté
carburise (Brit.)carburer, enrichir en carbone, créer
cinchonise (Brit.)traiter à la quinine, médicament contre la malaria
civilianise (Brit.)passer du statut militaire au statut de civil, rendre civil, reprendre la vie civile
colonisation (Brit.)colonisation, création de colonies
colour (Brit.)colorier, colorer, enluminer, couleur, nuance, coloris, teint
colourant (Brit.)colorant, agent colorant, couleur, teinture
colouration (Brit.)coloration, teinture, arrangement de couleurs
colourcast (Brit.)diffusion télévisée en couleurs (programme télévisée transmis en couleur)
colourfast (Brit.)grand teint, dont la couleur résiste, indélavable, qui ne perd pas sa couleur, qui ne ternit pas
colourful (Brit.)colorié, multicolore, bariolé, plein de couleurs, vive
colourfully (Brit.)de manière colorée, plein de couleurs
colouring (Brit.)coloriage, coloration, teinture, pigmentation
colourless (Brit.)incolore, pâle, terne, blême, fade, qui manque de couleur
colourman (Brit.)droguiste, marchand de couleurs, coloriste
commercialisation (Brit.)commercialisation, fait de rendre commercial
concertise (Brit.)donner un concert, partir en tournée
criticiser (Brit.)critiqueur, personne qui critique, personne qui trouve des défauts
decentralisation (Brit.)décentralisation, régionalisation, délocalisation, répartition de pouvoirs administratifs vers des autorités locales
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