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prize
British English: /prʌɪz/
American English: /praɪz/

Translation of prize in French:

noun

  • 1 (award)
    (in lottery)
    first prize
    premier prix
    (in lottery)
    cash prize
    prix en espèces
    to win a prize
    remporter un prix
    the prize for coming first in the test will be a book
    le prix accordé au gagnant de l'épreuve sera un livre
  • 3 (Military, Nautical)
    prise (f) (de guerre)

adjective

  • 1
    (rose, vegetable, bull etc)
    (grown or bred for competitions)
    de concours
    (prize-winning)
    primé
    [figurative] (excellent) (pupil)
    hors-pair
    inv
    a prize example of
    un parfait exemple de
    I felt like a prize idiot!
    j'avais l'air d'un parfait idiot!

transitive verb

  • 1 (value)
    (independence, possession)

also: prized past participle adjective

  • (possession, asset)
    to be prized for something
    être prisé pour quelque chose

Idioms

no prizes for guessing who was there!

il n'est pas difficile de deviner qui était là!

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