Detailed Translations for crookedness from English to French


crookedness [the ~] noun

  1. the crookedness (obliquity; obliqueness)
    le biais; l'obliquité
  2. the crookedness
    la fausseté; la déloyauté
  3. the crookedness (wryness)
    la courbure
  4. the crookedness (nastiness)
    la ruse; la méchanceté; la fourberie; la crapulerie; la gredinerie; le caractère sournois

Translation Matrix for crookedness:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
biais crookedness; obliqueness; obliquity
caractère sournois crookedness; nastiness
courbure crookedness; wryness bend; bow; camber; curve; turn
crapulerie crookedness; nastiness caddishness; coarseness; crassness; crudeness
déloyauté crookedness
fausseté crookedness affectation; affectedness; artificiality; circumvention; deceit; dissimulation; duplicity; falseness; falsity; far-fetchedness; hypocrisy; illegitimacy; insincerity; mendacity; pretence; pretense; sanctimoniousness; sneakiness; spuriousness; untruthfulness
fourberie crookedness; nastiness craftiness; cunning; deceitfulness; dirty trick; down to the minutest details; guile; nicety; slyness; subtlety; treacherousness; wiliness
gredinerie crookedness; nastiness dirty trick
méchanceté crookedness; nastiness acrimony; dirty trick; malice; maliciousness; malignity; nastiness; naughtiness; sarcasm; scorn; scornful tone; spite; spiteful remark; spitefulness; venomousness; viciousness; virulence
obliquité crookedness; obliqueness; obliquity
ruse crookedness; nastiness brightness; cleverness; craftiness; cunning; dirty trick; discernment; down to the minutest details; gimmicks; guile; insight; intelligence; manoeuver; manoeuvre; nicety; prank; ruse; sagacity; shrewdness; slyness; smartness; stunts; subtlety; trick; trickery; wiliness
- contortion; deviousness; torsion; tortuosity; tortuousness
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- dishonesty

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Antonyms for "crookedness":

  • straightness

Related Definitions for "crookedness":

  1. the quality of being deceitful and underhanded1
  2. having or distinguished by crooks or curves or bends or angles1
  3. a tortuous and twisted shape or position1


Translation Matrix for crooked:

AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- asymmetrical; corrupt; hunched; round-backed; round-shouldered; stooped; stooping
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- curved
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
courbé bent; crooked; curved; warped bent; bowed; concave; curved; warped
de biais crooked; leaning; lopsided; oblique; skew; slanting; sloping
déjeté crooked; grown crooked
en biais crooked; leaning; lopsided; oblique; skew; slanting; sloping
incliné crooked; leaning; lopsided; oblique; skew; slanting; sloping askew; declining; down hill; falling away; leaning; lopsided; oblique; shelving; slanting; sloping; steep
oblique crooked; leaning; lopsided; oblique; skew; slanting; sloping across; crossways; crosswise; oblique-angled
penché crooked; leaning; lopsided; oblique; skew; slanting; sloping bent
plié bent; crooked; curved; warped folded; folded up; two-folded
replié bent; crooked; curved; warped
tordu bent; crooked; curved; warped bent; buckled; contorted; curved; departed; disguised; distorted; folded; left; out of shape; started; twisted; two-folded; warped
tortueux bent; crooked; curved; warped bendy; meandering; swaying; swinging; twisting; winding
voûté bent; crooked; curved; warped arched; bowed; concave; curved; domed; vaulted

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Related Definitions for "crooked":

  1. having the back and shoulders rounded; not erect1
  2. irregular in shape or outline1
    • a dress with a crooked hemline1
  3. having or marked by bends or angles; not straight or aligned1
    • crooked country roads1
    • crooked teeth1
  4. not straight; dishonest or immoral or evasive1

Wiktionary Translations for crooked:

  1. figurative: dishonest, illegal
  2. set at an angle
  3. having one or more bends or angles
  1. (vieilli) Qui n’est pas droit, qui est de travers.
  2. Qui faire plusieurs tours et retours. — note Se dit surtout des rivières, des chemins, ainsi que des serpents.

Cross Translation:
crooked tordu krumm — nicht gerade, sondern mit einer oder mehreren bogenförmigen Abweichungen