french

posted by .

Please help me by translating the following french terms into english:
1) le litchi
2)le bonbon
3)le ragout
4)l'epice
5)les accras
6)les matoutous
7)le blaff
8) le feroce
9)le lambi

  • french -

    That is not HELPING but DOING. I will provide some French--->English dictionaries. That is HELP. By learning to use a dictionary, you will learn a very valuable tool.

    Feel free, after you have been able to DO the work, to repost and I'll be only too glad to proofread it for you!

    Save the ones you like:

    1. http://www.french-linguistics.co.uk/dictionary/

    2. http://dictionary.reverso.net/french-english/

    3. http://freedict.com/onldict/fre.html

    There are many more dictionaries online but these 3 are good. With the beautiful name you have, you will want to learn French well!

    Sra (aka Mme)

  • french -

    These are terms of West Indies cuisine, not to be found in any dictionary. Most have no translation in English.

    1) le litchi = lychee (fruit native to China, called "Christmas fruit" in Reunion island.)
    2)le bonbon
    3)le ragout = stew (a dish of meat and vegetables cooked slowly in liquid in a closed dish or pan)
    4)l'epice = spice
    5)accra = accra (A Caribbean dish of salt cod fritters, often served as an hors d'oeuvre. Also known as stamp-and-go.)
    6)matoutou = matoutou (Caribbean dish made with crab)
    7)le blaff = blaff (A West Indian stew consisting of fish or occasionally pork)
    8) le feroce =Avocado feroce ( Féroce d'avocat), a recipe from the French West Indies - Spicy Avocado and Cod Balls
    9)le lambi queen conch

    Bonbon and ragout, (respectively sweet and stew) may have other specific meanings in different parts of the world.
    Hope it helps

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. French for Mischa

    This is what would not post: PLURAL OF NOUNS Most French nouns, like most English nouns, form their plural by adding s to the singular: SINGULAR PLURAL le garçon, the boy les garçons, the boys lfélève, the pupil …
  2. French for Mischa

    One more try! PLURAL OF NOUNS Most French nouns, like most English nouns, form their plural by adding s to the singular: SINGULAR PLURAL le garçon, the boy les garçons, the boys lfélève, the pupil les élèves, …
  3. French for Mischa

    PLURAL OF NOUNS (that refused to post before!) Most French nouns, like most English nouns, form their plural by adding "s" to the singular: SINGULAR PLURAL le garçon (the boy) les garçons (the boys) l'élève (the …
  4. French for Mischa

    CONTRACTIIONS WITH THE DEFINITE ARTICLE & POSSESSION WITH "DE" CONTRACTIONS: The prepositons "a" and "de" contract with "le" and "les." a + le = au au cousin (to the cousin) a + les = aux aux dames (to the ladies) de + les = du du …
  5. French

    Are the following sentences, which are in French, grammatically correct?
  6. French

    Could you check this answers also thanks. Directions use the correct form of the verb faire. Je vais chercher Sophie. On va ---------- les courses. Answer: fait Vous ------- souvent les courses?
  7. French

    2. you will also need to include 8 colorful adjectives to describe your body and face. For example: you can write "les jambes jaunes, les yeux verts... Remember to make sure that your adjectives agree with the gender and the number …
  8. french

    Hey, Can someone take a look at my french below, and let me know what corrections / changes I need to make please?
  9. French

    How do you write these sentences in le passe compose?
  10. French

    Help me conjugate this in French? Need help Atterrir, tu Fleurir, les plantes Fondre, les garcons Perir, les fleurs Penser, tu Manger, vous Verifier, les professeurs Marcher, le chat noir

More Similar Questions