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Detailed Translations for furrowed from English to French


furrowed adj

  1. furrowed (lined; grooved)

Translation Matrix for furrowed:

AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- rugged
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
rayé furrowed; grooved; lined carved; crossed out; deleted; scored; striate; striped
ridé furrowed; grooved; lined carved; corded; ribbed; scored; wrinkled
sillonné furrowed; grooved; lined carved; scored; wrinkled

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Antonyms for "furrowed":

  • unfurrowed

Related Definitions for "furrowed":

  1. having long narrow shallow depressions (as grooves or wrinkles) in the surface1
    • furrowed fields1
    • his furrowed face lit by a warming smile1


furrow [the ~] noun

  1. the furrow (groove)
    la ride; la rainure; la cannelure; la fente; la coulisse; le sillon; la tranchée; le fossé; la carrière; la fosse; l'entaille; la feuillure
  2. the furrow (wrinkle; facial line)
    la ride; le pli; le sillon; la ligne; le trait
  3. the furrow (gully)
    la fente; le sillon

Translation Matrix for furrow:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cannelure furrow; groove cartel; carving; cleft; fissure; gap; groove; notch; screw thread; slot; split; thread; trench
carrière furrow; groove ditch; groove; mine; path of life; pit; quarry; slit; stone pit; trench
coulisse furrow; groove rabbet; runway
entaille furrow; groove cartel; cleft; cut; fissure; gap; gash; groove; incised wound; incision; indentation; knife wound; nick; notch; score; slash; slot; split; trench; wound
fente furrow; groove; gully cleft; crack; cranny; crevice; ditch; fissure; gap; groove; nicks; notch; notches; opening; recess; scores; slash; slit; slot; space; split; trench
feuillure furrow; groove
fosse furrow; groove burial pit; burial place; cavity; crypt; grave; hole; hollow; mine; mineshaft; pit; quill; resting-place; tomb; vault
fossé furrow; groove castle-moat; ditch; fortification canal; fortress; groove; moat; mote; rampart; slit; stronghold; trench
ligne facial line; furrow; wrinkle angling line; file; fishing-line; fore-part; front; line; rank; record; row; stripe
pli facial line; furrow; wrinkle crease; dog ear; fold; folds; pleat; pleats; ridge; tuck
rainure furrow; groove cartel; carving; cleft; fissure; gap; groove; nick; notch; rabbet; runway; slot; split; trench
ride facial line; furrow; groove; wrinkle ripple; rippling; wrinkle
sillon facial line; furrow; groove; gully; wrinkle cleft; ditch; fissure; gap; groove; line; notch; slit; slot; split; trench
trait facial line; furrow; wrinkle attribute; brush stroke; character; character description; character profile; character trait; characterisation; characteristic; characterization; crease; drag; draught; drink; feature; first move; gibe; hallmark; jeer; line; pen line; penstroke; property; puff; pull; quality; scratch; shark; streak; stripe; stroke; stroke of the pen; swig; taunt; trait
tranchée furrow; groove cleft; fissure; gap; groove; notch; slot; split; trench
- crease; crinkle; line; seam; wrinkle
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- chamfer; chase; crease; groove; rut; wrinkle
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ligne line

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Related Definitions for "furrow":

  1. a long shallow trench in the ground (especially one made by a plow)1
  2. a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface1
  3. hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove1
    • furrow soil1
  4. cut a furrow into a columns1
  5. make wrinkled or creased1
    • furrow one's brow1

Wiktionary Translations for furrow:

  1. deep wrinkle in the skin of the face
  2. trench cut in the soil
  1. to pull one's brows together
  2. to cut a groove
  1. Pli qui se forme sur la peau
  2. tranchée que le soc, le coutre de la charrue ouvre dans la terre qu’on laboure.
  1. Faire, causer des rides
  2. Froncer

Cross Translation:
furrow orne; cannelure; rainure Rille — lange und schmale Vertiefung in einer Oberfläche