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feature
British English: /ˈfiːtʃə/
American English: /ˈfitʃər/

Translation of feature in French:

noun

  • 1 (distinctive characteristic) a feature of those times
    une caractéristique de cette époque
    a stylistic/unique feature of something
    un trait stylistique/exceptionnel de quelque chose
    to become a permanent feature
    devenir un trait permanent
    to make a feature of something
    mettre quelque chose en valeur
  • 2 (aspect) the plan has some good features
    le plan a de bons côtés
    a worrying feature of the incident
    un aspect inquiétant de l'incident
    to have no redeeming features
    n'avoir rien pour soi
  • 3 (of car, computer, product) optional features
    accessoires en option
    built-in safety features
    équipement (m) de sécurité intégré
  • 4 (of face) with sharp/coarse features
    aux traits anguleux/grossiers
    his eyes are his best feature
    ce qu'il a de mieux, ce sont ses yeux
  • 6 (Journalism) to have ou do a feature on
    publier un article de fond sur
    she does a feature in the Times
    elle est chroniqueuse au ‘Times’
  • also: -featured
    (dans composés) coarse-/sharp-/fine-featured
    aux traits grossiers/anguleux/fins

transitive verb

  • 1 (present)
    (film, magazine, concert, event) (story, photo, place, star, work)
    (advert, poster) (person, scene)
    to be featured in something/on the cover of something
    figurer dans quelque chose/sur la couverture de quelque chose
  • 2 (highlight)
    (car, computer, new model)
    être équipé de
    (facility, accessory)
  • 3
    [informal]
    (American English) (imagine)
    se figurer

intransitive verb

  • 1 (figure) Shakespeare features prominently
    Shakespeare figure à la place d'honneur
  • 2 (Television, Cinema)
    (performer) in, on dans

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