French Words and Expressions in English Updated October 16, 2015. Over the years, the English language has borrowed a great number of French words and expressions. Some of this vocabulary has been so completely absorbed by English that speakers might not realize its origins. Other words and expressions have retained their "Frenchness" - a certain je ne sais quoi which speakers tend to be much more aware of (although this awareness does not usually extend to actually pronouncing the word in French). The following is a list of French words and expressions which are commonly used in English. details?id=com.mobisystems.msdict.embedded.wireless.svcon.tlen Enjoy 14 languages and over 4.5 million words and definitions from the world`s most trusted dictionary publisher Oxford University Press. The Translator mode for quick help on the go will make you feel confident in solving any languages related communication challenges. • Translate any word with the Dictionary mode, powered by 14 of the top Oxford dictionaries.• Translate any sentence, expression or whole paragraphs with the Translator mode.• Listen to native Audio pronunciations to learn words faster (premium feature).• Get access to Recent searches, available on your home screen to save your time.• Create lists of Favorite translations on your main menu and access them with ease.• Use the app in Offline mode (premium feature).
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andrew cooke: military spending please download these two images. they were made using freely available data and tools - i've included a description of the technique, scripts and data files that you can use as the basis for further work. note - someone drew my attention to the fact that russia does not appear on this map! this is unintentional - i assume there was a parsing error that stopped it being listed. at some point i will go back and check/regenerate the map (or maybe someone else could?!). three views of the earth. each country is represented by a circle that shows the amount of money spent on the military (size of circle) and what fraction of the country's earnings that uses (colour). the same data as above, presented as ellipses on a cylindrical projection. the countries are not named, and the scaling is slightly different, but once you see africa (central collection of small dots) the layout is clear. the usa dominates the upper/left third of the map. what are the pictures?
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