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Detailed Translations for acrid from English to French


acrid adj

  1. acrid (snappish; snappy; brusque; curt)

Translation Matrix for acrid:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
sec dry land
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- pungent
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acerbe acrid; brusque; curt; snappish; snappy angry; bitter; blazing; catty; cutting; derisive; dour; fiery; furious; glaring; indignant; injurious; insulting; nipping; offending; offensive; querulous; razor-sharp; scornful; sharp; snappy; sneering; virulent
cassant acrid; brusque; curt; snappish; snappy brittle; crisp; crumbly; delicate; fragile; frail; ragged; ramshackle; rickety; tender; vulnerable; wobbly; wonky
hargneux acrid; brusque; curt; snappish; snappy angry; annoyed; bad-tempered; bitter; blazing; capricious; catty; cross; discontented; disgruntled; displeased; dissatisfied; enraged; fiery; furious; glaring; grumbling; grumpy; hung over; incensed; indignant; irate; irritated; livid; nettled; peevish; petulant; piqued; pissed off; put out; querulous; resentful; seething; sharp; sore; testy; upset; venomous; vexed; vicious; virulent; vitriolic; wicked; wrathful
sec acrid; brusque; curt; snappish; snappy abrupt; all at once; all of a sudden; arid; at once; bare; barren; blunt; drily; dry; dryly; faded; lacking rain; neat; out of the blue; parced; parched; scorched; sinewy; stringy; sudden; suddenly; tidy; tough; unexpectedly; wilted; withered

Related Words for "acrid":

  • acridness, acrider, acridest, acridly

Synonyms for "acrid":

Related Definitions for "acrid":

  1. strong and sharp1
    • the acrid smell of burning rubber1

Wiktionary Translations for acrid:

  1. Sharp and harsh, or bitter and not to the taste; pungent
  2. Caustic; bitter; bitterly irritating
  1. Qui est d’un goût âpre, se dit d’un vin acide, dur et âpre
  2. Qui a une saveur acide et amère provoquant un sentiment désagréable.
  3. Qui a un aspect pointu, tranchant, voire déchirer.
  4. Qui produire une douleur âpre et aiguë.
  5. didact|fr Qui mordre.
  6. Qui piquer.
  7. Qui est en vie.
  8. Qui a quelque chose de piquant et d’irritant.
  9. Qui, par sa rudesse ou son âcreté, produit une sensation désagréable aux organes du toucher, de l’ouïe ou du goût.