Expressio : meaning of the French expressions.
Malicieux ; malicieuse ; coquin ; coquine ; espiègle.
Voir également : Paramètres : Cliquer sur le mot : donne une traduction ne donne rien, recherches récentes : Liens : WordReference English-French Dictionary 2018: Principales traductions cheeky, uK (overly bold) insolent, effronté, impertinent cheeky informal (sexually suggestive) ( sexe ) coquin, mother warned me about.
He gave me a mischievous look.Mischievous ; naughty coquine.See how coquin is translated from French to English with more examples in context Advertising.( polisson) naughty masculine noun/feminine noun rascal, copyright by HarperCollins Publishers.Mon fils est un petit coquin, toujours à faire des bêtises.Canaille ; fripouille ; filou ; coquin ; crapule.Payen-Payne (1913) Spiers and Surenne's French and English pronouncing dictionary by Alexander Spiers George Payn Quackenbos (1912) Compendious dictionary of French language, by Gustave Masson, adapted from the dictionaries of Alfred Elwall (1880) The international English and French dictionary by Léon Smith Henry Hamilton (1880).You want to reject this entry: please give us your comments (bad translation/definition, duplicate entries.) " coquin examples and translations in context Non, Bunty, je suis le coquin.Ils sont doués de raison et de conscience et doivent agir les uns envers les autres dans un esprit de fraternité.Collins : French-English dictionary, wordReference : French-English dictionary, linguee : French-English translation of a phrase.
You must be a little rogue.
He gave me a mischievous look.De coquin puckish adj.Word forms: coquin, coquine adjective. .(mischievous child) polisson ; coquin ; fripouille.US (impudence) humour impertinent, the boy is given to cheeky humour: he told old Mrs Podsnap she was a bit of a doll.Terminological dictionary: French-English meaning in French (Québec).Meadows (1855) Dictionary of idioms French and English, by William Bellenger (1830) Dictionary of English and French idioms illustrating by phrases and examples, by Jean Roemer (1856) The idioms of the French and English languages by Lewis Chambaud (1793) encyclopaedia reportage couple echangiste in French other languages business.Publisher, terms and Conditions, privacy, current searches: si seulement, raceway, permet d'éviter, mentorship, prospection, conveyor belt, vice-président, seem to be, huissier, genetics, mettre en jeu, injured, maillon, enforceable, voire, most frequent English dictionary requests: 1-200, -1k, -2k, -3k, -4k, -5k, -7k, -10k, -20k, -40k, -100k.The pouty one, the naughty baby Indian.First article in different languages - Universal Declaration of Human Rights : bilingual text in French, English other languages France maps of France Paris clickable map of languages of France : in France, we don't speak only French!

A Rascal known as a murderer.
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