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What does the French word cushion mean?

What does the French word cushion mean?

coussin. More French words for cushion. le coussin noun. pillow, hassock.

What is French for sofa?


From To Via
• couch → canapédivan ↔ Couch mit zwei oder mehr Sitzplätzen
• couch → sofacanapé ↔ Sofa
• couch → être à l’affût de ↔ auf der Lauer liegen
• couch → exprimerformuler ↔ ausdrücken

What is French for Roger?

French: Roger. Galician: Roxerio, Roxer, Roxelio.

Is Cousin feminine or masculine?


number feminine masculine
plural cousines cousins
singular cousine cousin

Is sofa masculine or feminine French?

sofa noun, masculine— Notre nouveau sofa en cuir est très confortable. — Our new leather sofa is very comfortable.

What is French table?

More French words for table. la table noun. board, calculator. le tableau noun.

What does Roger mean in street slang?

Here, the Roger stands for the initial R in “(Message) received.” To indicate a message had been heard and understood—that is, received—a service-person would answer Roger, later expanded to Roger that, with that referring to the message.

What is another word for Roger?

What is another word for roger?

uh-huh yes
absolutely affirmative
agreed all right
amen assuredly
aye beyond a doubt

What are the 4 genders?

The four genders are masculine, feminine, neuter and common. There are four different types of genders that apply to living and nonliving objects. Masculine gender: It is used to denote a male subtype.

Who can you call your cousin?

the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt. See also second cousin, removed (def. 2). one related by descent in a diverging line from a known common ancestor, as from one’s grandparent or from one’s father’s or mother’s sister or brother.

Is government masculine or feminine in French?

For example: The word cheval (horse) is masculine, whereas jument (mare) is feminine, because they both reflect the gender of the animal. Makes sense?…How to identify masculine French nouns.

Noun Ending Examples
-ment gouvernement (government), ornement (ornament), divertissement (entertainment)