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Detailed Translations for major from English to French


major [the ~] noun

  1. the major (squadron leader)
    le commandant; le sergent-major

Translation Matrix for major:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
commandant major; squadron leader boss; captain; centurion; chief; commander; commanding officer; director; general; headman; leader; lieutenant-colonel; lord; manager; managing director; master; patron; ruler; sea captain; skipper; topdog
majeur adult; grown-up
notable dignitary; notable
sergent-major major; squadron leader sergeant-major
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
d'importance important; major; significant considerable; considerably; distinguished; eminent; forceful; generously; high ranking; high-placed; high-ranking; high-seated; highly placed; highranking; illustrious; leading; noteworthy; prominent; renowned; robust; sizable; stately; substantial; tough; venerable; weighty
essentiel important; major; significant basic; cardinal; careful; central; chief; crucial; elemental; elementary; essential; exhaustive; fundamental; imperative; indispensable; inevitable; inevitably; material; necessarily; necessary; needfully; of necessity; pressing; principal; required; thorough; urgent; vital; wanted
fondamental important; major; significant basal; basic; basicly; cardinal; careful; central; chief; crucial; elemental; elementary; essential; exhaustive; fundamental; indispensable; material; principal; thorough; vital; wanted
important important; major; significant big; capital; considerable; conspicuous; eminent; enormous; great; high-placed; high-ranking; high-seated; highly placed; highranking; important; influential; large; leading; notable; prominent; remarkable; respectable; significant; striking; substantial; tall; vast; venerable; worth
majeur major of age
notable important; major; significant big; capital; considerable; conspicuous; distinct; enormous; explicit; great; important; large; leading; notable; obvious; outstanding; popular; pronounced; remarkable; respectable; respected; significant; striking; substantial; tall; unmistakable; vast; welcome
élementaire important; major; significant central; crucial; elemental; essential; fundamental; material; vital; wanted

Related Words for "major":

  • majors, majorly

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Related Definitions for "major":

  1. greater in number or size or amount1
    • a major portion (a majority) of the population1
    • a major portion of the winnings1
  2. greater in scope or effect1
    • a major contribution1
    • a major improvement1
    • a major break with tradition1
    • a major misunderstanding1
  3. of full legal age1
  4. of a scale or mode1
    • major scales1
    • the key of D major1
  5. of the field of academic study in which one concentrates or specializes1
    • his major field was mathematics1
  6. of greater importance or stature or rank1
    • a major artist1
    • a major role1
    • major highways1
  7. of greater seriousness or danger1
    • a major earthquake1
    • a major hurricane1
    • a major illness1
  8. of the elder of two boys with the same family name1
    • Jones major1
  9. the principal field of study of a student at a university1
    • her major is linguistics1
  10. a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines; below lieutenant colonel and above captain1
  11. a university student who is studying a particular field as the principal subject1
    • she is a linguistics major1
  12. have as one's principal field of study1
    • She is majoring in linguistics1

Wiktionary Translations for major:

  1. person of legal age
  2. The main area of study
  3. military rank
  1. larger musical interval
  2. musical chord or key
  1. Grade OF-3 de l’armée de terre ou de l’air
  2. (term, Transport aérien) compagnie caractérisée par l’importance de son chiffre d’affaires, par celle de son réseau et l’importance des moyen humain et technique dont elle dispose, et qui occuper de ce fait une [[pla
  3. Officier supérieur
  1. De hauteur importante.
  2. Plus important
  3. De la tonalité occidentale

Cross Translation:
major majeur majeur — majeur
major bémol; si; majeur BTonart, Tonbezeichnung
major majeur DurMusik: Tongeschlecht einer Klangverbindung, deren Charakteristikum eine große Terz im Verhältnis zum Grundton ist.
major majeur Durin Zusammensetzungen: eine Tonart dieses Geschlechts
major majeur F — Tonartbezeichnung, kurz für F-Dur


Translation Matrix for Major:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- John Major; John R. Major; John Roy Major

Related Definitions for "Major":

  1. British statesman who was prime minister from 1990 until 1997 (born in 1943)1

Wiktionary Translations for Major:

Cross Translation:
Major majeur C — kurz für C-Dur (IPA Lautschrift|ˈtseːˈduɐ̯)

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Wiktionary Translations for major:

  1. Grade OR-9 (rang supérieur)
  2. Officier supérieur
  3. Premier d’une promotion
  1. no 1 student

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