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Drivel in French : radotage

Translations of « drivel » in French

Most common translation : radotage Ecouter

Noun

drivel

  1. (Uncountable) BĂȘtises.
    • Pay no attention to him. He's just speaking drivel.

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Verb

drivel intransitif

  1. Dire des bĂȘtises.
      Exemple d’utilisation manquant. (Add)

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Examples of usage of « drivel » in English / French

  • What drivel and a waste of time. This is an election, not a tea party!
    Quel radotage et une perte de temps. C'est une élection, pas une tea party ! Napa Valley Register, Letter: What drivel
  • But the former MSP hit out at Labour’s plans for the union, which he described as “cacophonous drivel”.
    Mais l'ancien MSP s'en prend aux projets du Labour pour le syndicat, qu'il qualifie de "radotage cacophonique". Times Series, Liz Truss tax plans ‘profoundly unconservative’ says former Tory MSP | Times Series
  • So please don’t believe all the drivel you see on social media, and if you really must have enemies, make sure you choose the right ones.
    Alors, ne croyez pas toutes les bĂȘtises que vous voyez sur les mĂ©dias sociaux, et si vous devez vraiment avoir des ennemis, assurez-vous de choisir les bons. The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald, No, cyclists don't want to ban tractors from the roads on a Sunday | The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald

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