What is the word mentor in French?
instructeur, moniteur, professeur, maître, éducateur.
What is quorum in French?
quorum noun A quorum of 50 members is required for the assembly to vote. Un quorum de 50 membres est requis pour que l’assemblée vote.
What is PDQ in French?
French translation: présentoir point de vente Display Box is also called Point of Purchase Display (PDQ). It is usually located in some eye-catching points of a retail shop.
What is geek in French?
noun (informal) 1. (= nerd) allumé(e) m/f (informal) 2. ( also: computer geek) crack m (informal) en informatique.
Is there a French word for nerd?
crétin; imbécile; bêta; abruti; idiot; niais; benêt; sot; gros bêta.
What is the meaning of Intello?
Noun. intello m or f (plural intellos) (informal) intellectual, highbrow. (informal, sometimes derogatory) nerd, egghead.
How do French people call their teachers?
The most common word for teacher is prof, but there are several more: Instituteur/Institutrice. Maître/Maîtresse.
How do you say momma in every language?
How to Say Mama in 25 Different Languages
- Mandarin Chinese: Mãma.
- English: Mother (and lots of variations: Mom, Mama, Mommy, Mummy)
- Hindustani: Māṃ
- Spanish: Madre or mamá
- Arabic: Māma.
- Malay: Ibu.
- Russian: мама
- Bengali: Mā
How do you say no in all languages?
How to Say No in 23 Different Languages
- Afrikaans: Nee (nee-uh)
- Arabic: لا or La (lah – “a” as in “yacht”)
- Bengali: না or Nā (nah – “a” as in “yacht”)
- Dutch: Nee (nay)
- French: Non (noh)
- German: Nein (nine)
- Greek (modern): Όχι or óchi (oh-hee)
- Hausa: A’a (ah-ah – “a” as in “yacht”)
What is chargé de recherche?
Chargé de recherche (CR, Scientist): equivalent to maître de conférences. It is a permanent research-only position. The pay grades are “normal class” and “outstanding class”. Directeur de recherche (DR, Senior Scientist): equivalent to professeur. It is a permanent research-only position.
How do you greet a friend in French?
The most important French greetings include bonjour (hello), enchanté(e) (nice to meet you), bonsoir (good evening/hello), salut (hi), coucou (hey), Ça fait longtemps, dis donc (long time no see), Âllo (hello), Ça va? (how are you?), tu vas bien? (have you been well?), quoi de neuf? (what’s up?), au revoir!
Can professor be feminine in French?
Whenever there is an article, you’ll know: la professeur (female), le professeur (male).