See also: contourne

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EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin con- "altogether, completely" and tornāre "to make round".

AdjectiveEdit

contourné ‎(comparative more contourné, superlative most contourné)

  1. (heraldry) In blazon, a term used to describe beasts or monsters that have been turned around to face sinister instead of dexter.

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VerbEdit

contourné m ‎(feminine singular contournée, masculine plural contournés, feminine plural contournées)

  1. past participle of contourner

AdjectiveEdit

contourné m ‎(feminine singular contournée, masculine plural contournés, feminine plural contournées)

  1. bypassed, circumvented
  2. distorted, crooked, wobbly

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