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French to English
Larousse
1.spectacle[spɛktakl]noun m
danse, musique, cinéma, théâtreshow
aller au spectacle : to go to (see) a show
faire un spectacle : to do a show
monter un spectacle : to put on a show
consulter la page (des) spectacles : to check the entertainment,entertainments page
le spectacle : show business
le spectacle continue : the show must go on
[ce qui se présente au regard]sight, scene
le spectacle qui s'offrait à nous : the sight before our eyes
elle présentait un bien triste|curieux spectacle : she looked a rather sorry|odd sight
au spectacle de : at the sight of
2.à grand spectacleadj expression
grandiose
film à grand spectacle : blockbuster
3.en spectacleadv expression
Other expressions
se donner,s'offrir en spectacle : to make an exhibition,a spectacle of oneself
© Larousse, 2007
SYSTRAN Dictionary
1.spectaclenoun
spectacle
scene
show
industrie du spectacle : show business
spectacle d'animaux : animal show
spectacle de marionnette : puppet show
spectacle de variété : variety show
spectacle intitulé : titled show
spectacle solo : one-man show
dîner-spectacle : diner show
show business
sight
COMPUTOther expressions
spectacle favori : favorite show
Other expressions
© SYSTRAN, 2010
English to French
Larousse
1.spectacle['spektəkl]noun
[sight]spectacle
he was a sorry,sad spectacle : il était triste à voir
to make a spectacle of oneself : se donner en spectacle
theatre, television, cinemasuperproduction
© Larousse, 2007
SYSTRAN Dictionary
1.spectaclenoun
spectacle
superproduction
© SYSTRAN, 2010