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Detailed Translations for whole from English to French


whole adj

  1. whole (entire)
    – including all components without exception; being one unit or constituting the full amount or extent or duration; complete 1
  2. whole
  3. whole (undamaged; untainted; flawless; perfect)

Translation Matrix for whole:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
complet costume; suit; tailor-made suit
parfait ice; ice cream; ice creams; ice-creams
total conclusion; final result; result; total amount; total amounts; upshot
tout outer space; space; universe
- unit
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
complet whole actually; booked up; certainly; complete; completely; definitely; entire; factually; flawless; full; fully; fully booked; fully-qualified; genuinely; indeed; intact; integral; integrant; perfect; plenary; proficient; really; sold out; surely; thorough; total; truthfully; undamaged; unimpaired; utter; utterly
- hale; solid; unanimous; unharmed; unhurt; unscathed
AdverbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- all; altogether; completely; entirely; totally; wholly
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
entier integer
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
entier entire; whole actually; all; all of it; certainly; complete; completely; crackfree; definitely; entire; entirely; everything; factually; fresh; fully; genuinely; indeed; intact; integral; really; surely; total; truthfully; unbroached; undamaged; unharmed; unimpaired; unopened; unspoiled; untouched; unused; unweakened; utter; utterly; virgin
entièrement entire; whole all; all of it; complete; completely; entirely; everything; fully; integral; total; utter; utterly
impeccable flawless; perfect; undamaged; untainted; whole blameless; choice; clean as a whistle; consummate; correct; excellent; exemplary; fashionable; faultless; fine; first-class; first-rate; flawless; great; ideal; immaculate; impeccable; incorrigible; infallible; inveterate; natty; perfect; posh; slick; smart; snappy; snazzy; spick and span; spick-and-span; splendid; spotless; stylish; sublime; superb; swell; terrific; thorough; tip-top; tiptop; top-class; top-notch; tops; trendy; unfailing
impeccablement flawless; perfect; undamaged; untainted; whole first-class; first-rate; natty; posh; slick; smart; spick and span; swell; tip-top; top-notch
parfait flawless; perfect; undamaged; untainted; whole actually; agree; certainly; choice; consummate; correct; definitely; excellent; factually; fine; first-class; first-rate; flawless; genuinely; good; grand; grandiose; great; ideal; indeed; natty; perfect; posh; proficient; really; right; slick; smart; spick and span; sublime; superb; surely; swell; terrific; thorough; tip-top; tiptop; top-notch; truthfully
parfaitement flawless; perfect; undamaged; untainted; whole choice; consummate; excellent; first-rate; flawless; great; ideal; in every respect; perfect; perfectly; sublime; superb; terrific; thorough; tiptop
sans défaut flawless; perfect; undamaged; untainted; whole faultless; flawless; infallible
total whole absolutely; all; all of it; awfully; complete; completely; entirely; everything; flawless; fully; integral; integrant; outright; perfect; terribly; total; totally; utter; utterly
tout whole all; all of it; complete; entirely; everything

Related Words for "whole":

  • wholeness

Synonyms for "whole":

Antonyms for "whole":

Related Definitions for "whole":

  1. including all components without exception; being one unit or constituting the full amount or extent or duration; complete1
    • gave his whole attention1
    • a whole wardrobe for the tropics1
    • the whole hog1
    • a whole week1
    • the baby cried the whole trip home1
    • a whole loaf of bread1
  2. (of siblings) having the same parents1
    • whole brothers and sisters1
  3. acting together as a single undiversified whole1
  4. exhibiting or restored to vigorous good health1
    • whole in mind and body1
    • a whole person again1
  5. not injured1
  6. to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')1
    • a whole new idea1
  7. an assemblage of parts that is regarded as a single entity1
    • how big is that part compared to the whole?1
  8. all of something including all its component elements or parts1
    • Europe considered as a whole1
    • the whole of American literature1

Wiktionary Translations for whole:

  1. entire
  2. -
  1. something complete
  1. Traductions à trier
  2. substantif de l’adjectif.
  3. Le tout
  1. Qui a toutes ses parties, ou que l’on considérer dans toute son étendue.
  2. Qui contient tout ce qu’il est capable de contenir ; il est opposé à vide. (Sens général).

Cross Translation:
whole totalement; tout ganz — alles davon, nicht nur ein Teil

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