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Detailed Translations for moor from English to French


to moor verb (moors, moored, mooring)

  1. to moor (anchor; tie up; fasten)
    accoster; aborder; amarrer
    • accoster verb (accoste, accostes, accostons, accostez, )
    • aborder verb (aborde, abordes, abordons, abordez, )
    • amarrer verb (amarre, amarres, amarrons, amarrez, )
  2. to moor (anchor)
    • ancrer verb (ancre, ancres, ancrons, ancrez, )
  3. to moor (fasten to a rope; fix; fasten; tie up)
    amarrer; attacher; lier; mettre à l'attache
    • amarrer verb (amarre, amarres, amarrons, amarrez, )
    • attacher verb (attache, attaches, attachons, attachez, )
    • lier verb (lie, lies, lions, liez, )

Conjugations for moor:

  1. moor
  2. moor
  3. moors
  4. moor
  5. moor
  6. moor
simple past
  1. moored
  2. moored
  3. moored
  4. moored
  5. moored
  6. moored
present perfect
  1. have moored
  2. have moored
  3. has moored
  4. have moored
  5. have moored
  6. have moored
past continuous
  1. was mooring
  2. were mooring
  3. was mooring
  4. were mooring
  5. were mooring
  6. were mooring
  1. shall moor
  2. will moor
  3. will moor
  4. shall moor
  5. will moor
  6. will moor
continuous present
  1. am mooring
  2. are mooring
  3. is mooring
  4. are mooring
  5. are mooring
  6. are mooring
  1. be moored
  2. be moored
  3. be moored
  4. be moored
  5. be moored
  6. be moored
  1. moor!
  2. let's moor!
  3. moored
  4. mooring
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

moor [the ~] noun

  1. the moor (heath; heathland; heather)
    la bruyère; la terre de bruyère

Translation Matrix for moor:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bruyère heath; heather; heathland; moor heath bush
terre de bruyère heath; heather; heathland; moor
- moorland
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aborder anchor; fasten; moor; tie up advance; approach; board; bring something up; bring up; broach; broach a subject; call; call out to; cry out to; cut; cut into; elapse; end up at; expire; fall; go by; hail; initiate; land; make a proposal; pass; put forward; put on the table; raise; reap; shout; speak; sting; suggest; throw up; toss in the air; toss up; ventilate
accoster anchor; fasten; moor; tie up call; call out to; cry out to; hail; shout; speak
amarrer anchor; fasten; fasten to a rope; fix; moor; tie up drag; lug; tie down; tug
ancrer anchor; moor dock
attacher fasten; fasten to a rope; fix; moor; tie up adhere; affix; attach; attach to; bind; bind fast; bind round; bind together; bind up; binding; bookbinding; buckle; burn; button; button up; cake on; cant; cling; combine; confirm; connect; couple; crust; fasten; fix; glue; glue together; gum; hitch on to; hook on to; hook together; join; knot; lace; lash; link; paste; paste in; paste on; paste together; patch; pinion; secure; stick; stick to the pan; stick together; strap; string; suture; tack up; tie; tie on; tie together; tie up; unite
lier fasten; fasten to a rope; fix; moor; tie up affix; attach; attach to; bind; bind fast; bind together; bind up; binding; bookbinding; bridge; button; button up; captivate; chain; combine; confirm; connect; enchain; enchant; enter; enter into; enthral; enthrall; fascinate; fasten; fix; interlink; intrigue; join; knot; lash; link; pinion; secure; shackle; tie; tie on; tie on to; tie together; tie up
mettre à l'attache fasten; fasten to a rope; fix; moor; tie up fasten; secure; tie up
- berth; tie up; wharf

Related Words for "moor":

Synonyms for "moor":

Related Definitions for "moor":

  1. open land usually with peaty soil covered with heather and bracken and moss1
  2. secure with cables or ropes1
    • moor the boat1
  3. come into or dock at a wharf1
  4. secure in or as if in a berth or dock1

Wiktionary Translations for moor:

  1. -
  2. to fix or secure, as a vessel, in a particular place by casting anchor, or by fastening with cables or chains
  3. to cast anchor or become fastened
  1. region with poor, marshy soil, peat and heath
  1. Lier à l’aide d’une corde...
  2. (vieilli) marine|fr jeter l’ancre.
  3. Fixer
  4. serrer avec une corde ou avec toute autre chose flexible.
  1. Lieu où pousse la plante
  2. Étendue humide (1)

Cross Translation:
moor marais MoorSumpf, dessen Grund aus Torf besteht


Moor [the ~] noun

  1. the Moor (blackamoor)
    le musulman; le Maure
  2. the Moor (blackamoor)
    le Maure

Translation Matrix for Moor:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Maure Moor; blackamoor
musulman Moor; blackamoor Muslim

Related Words for "Moor":

  • Moors

Related Definitions for "Moor":

  1. one of the Muslim people of north Africa; of mixed Arab and Berber descent; converted to Islam in the 8th century; conqueror of Spain in the 8th century1

Wiktionary Translations for Moor:

  1. a member of a this race that formerly occupied Spain
  2. a member of a certain mixed race of Arab and Berber people
  1. géographie|fr (histoire) habitant de l’ancienne Maurétanie, région du nord de l’Afrique.

Cross Translation:
Moor Maure Maurehistorisch: Angehöriger der in Nordafrika als Nomaden lebenden Berberstämme, die im 7. Jahrhundert von den Arabern islamisiert wurden und diese bei ihrer Eroberung der iberischen Halbinsel als kämpfende Truppe unterstützten

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