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Detailed Translations for dépendance from French to English


dépendance [la ~] noun

  1. la dépendance (toxicomanie; accoutumance; soumission; subordination)
    the dependence; the addiction
  2. la dépendance (succursale; agence; bureau auxiliaire)
    the chain store; the sub-office; the branch office; the multiple store; the multiple shop
    the branch
    – a division of some larger or more complex organization 1
    • branch [the ~] noun
      • a branch of Congress1
      • botany is a branch of biology1
      • the Germanic branch of Indo-European languages1
  3. la dépendance (annexe; bâtiments communs)
    the extension; the annex
  4. la dépendance (servage; féodalisme; soumission)
    the bondage; the serfdom
  5. la dépendance (annexe)
    the auxiliary branche; the annex
  6. la dépendance
    the dependency
    – A directed relationship between two objects, such as components, objects, or features. For example, if feature A depends on feature B, B is a dependency of A. 2

Translation Matrix for dépendance:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
addiction accoutumance; dépendance; soumission; subordination; toxicomanie
annex annexe; bâtiments communs; dépendance annexe; pièce jointe; supplément
auxiliary branche annexe; dépendance
bondage dépendance; féodalisme; servage; soumission asservissement; servage; servitude
branch agence; bureau auxiliaire; dépendance; succursale artisanat; branche; branche conditionnelle; branche d'activités; branche d'arbre; brigade; brin; catégorie; corps; discipline; division; département; détachement; ente; fraction; genre d'affaires; greffon; groupe parlementaire; partie; profession; province; rameau; ramification; rayon; région; scion; secteur; section; segment; succursale; tige; élément de branche; équipe
branch office agence; bureau auxiliaire; dépendance; succursale filiale
chain store agence; bureau auxiliaire; dépendance; succursale magasin à succursales multiples
dependence accoutumance; dépendance; soumission; subordination; toxicomanie
dependency dépendance
extension annexe; bâtiments communs; dépendance accroissement; addenda; additif; addition; adjonction; agrandissement; ajout; allonge; annexe; appendice; augmentation; chasse d'eau; expansion; extension; extension de nom de fichier; grossissement; prolongation; rallonge; suppléance; supplément; épaississement
multiple shop agence; bureau auxiliaire; dépendance; succursale
multiple store agence; bureau auxiliaire; dépendance; succursale chaîne commerciale; chaîne de magasins; grande surface; magasin à succursales multiples; succursale
serfdom dépendance; féodalisme; servage; soumission
sub-office agence; bureau auxiliaire; dépendance; succursale
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
annex annexer; conquérir; faire la conquête de; incorporer à; intégrer à; occuper; prendre; s'emparer de
branch bifurquer; créer une branche; ramifier; se ramifier

Synonyms for "dépendance":

Wiktionary Translations for dépendance:

  1. État de qui, de ce qui dépend
  2. Dépendance physiologique à une substance
  3. Construction
  1. addiction
  2. computing: reliance on functionality
  3. state of being dependent
  4. (computing) degree of reliance between two program modules
  5. the state of being addicted
  6. a habit or practice
  7. separate building associated with a main building

Cross Translation:
dépendance dependence Abhängigkeit — Zustand, auf jemand oder etwas angewiesen zu sein


Detailed Translations for dépendance from English to French


Translation Matrix for dependance:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- addiction; dependence; dependency; habituation

Synonyms for "dependance":

Related Definitions for "dependance":

  1. the state of relying on or being controlled by someone or something else1
  2. being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)1