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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /blɛ̃.de/
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VerbEdit

blindé m (feminine singular blindée, masculine plural blindés, feminine plural blindées)

  1. past participle of blinder

AdjectiveEdit

blindé (feminine singular blindée, masculine plural blindés, feminine plural blindées)

  1. (military) armoured, armour-plated; reinforced
  2. hardened, immune
  3. (slang) pissed, hammered
  4. (slang) rich, minting it

NounEdit

blindé m (plural blindés)

  1. (military) armored vehicle in general
    • 1967, Gaalyahu Cornfeld, War for Redemption and Peace/La Guerre pour la Redemption et la Paix, page 19.
      L'assaut fut lancé par des blindés et des paras.
      The attack was launched by the armoured vehicles and paratroopers.

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AdjectiveEdit

blindé m

  1. (Jersey) drunk

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VerbEdit

blindé

  1. First-person singular (yo) preterite indicative form of blindar.