French dictionary, word reference, french news

French dictionary, word reference, french news

France’s official dictionary, with over 4,000 French words and phrases, is the subject of a German translation.

The new translation was published by The German Federal Archives on the German-language site Dienst-Aufbau (DFA).

The dictionary is available for free in English and French.

It includes English words and expressions and several new words.

The first German word translated into English is ‘nous’ (meaning, “you”).

The dictionary also includes phrases for ‘a’ and ‘an’ (which are also words in English).

The next German word added to the dictionary is ‘fächstigt’ (translation: “fear”), which means “to worry” in English.

The dictionary’s entries also include the words ‘chicken’ and the German word ‘führer.’

The German translation of the French dictionary also has a translation for ‘to make a deal’ and for ‘hanging out.’

French officials also published a German version of the dictionary.

The German-English dictionary will also be available for sale in the German version.

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