There are 2 main translations of nut in French:

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nut

British English: /nʌt/
American English: /nət/

noun

  • 3
    [informal]
    (mad person)
    (informal) m/f, m/f
  • 4
    [informal]
    (enthusiast)
    (informal) mf
    a cycling/health food nut
    un dingue (informal) du vélo/de la diététique
  • 7 (in climbing)
    coinceur (m)

also: nuts plural noun

[slang]
  • (testicles)
    couilles
    (slang) fpl, mpl

also: nuts adjective

[informal]
  • 2
    [informal]
    (enthusiastic)to be nuts about somebody/something
    être fou/folle de quelqu'un/quelque chose

exclamation

[informal]
  • zut (informal)!

transitive verb

[informal]
  • also: (British English) p prés etc -tt-
    flanquer un coup de boule à
    (informal) (person)

Idioms

[informal]
nuts to you!

rien à foutre (slang)!

I can't draw/cook for nuts

(British English)
je dessine/cuisine comme un pied
(informal)

he's a hard ou tough nut to crack

il est dur à convaincre

to be off one's nut

être complètement cinglé

to do one's nut

piquer une crise

the nuts and bolts

les détails pratiques
of de

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NUT

noun

  • (British English)
    National Union of Teachers
    syndicat (m) des enseignants

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