FREN202 FINAL VOCAB

  1. resident (identification) card
    carte (f.) de résident
  2. citizen
    citoyen(ne) (m., f.)
  3. illegal immigrant
    clandestin(e) (m., f.)
  4. challenge
    défi (m.)
  5. (political) movement
    courant (m.)
  6. foreigner, stranger
    étranger(-ère) (m., f.)
  7. immigrant
    immigré(e) (m., f.)
  8. irregular (here: person whose immigration status is irregular)
    irrégulier(-ière) (m., f.)
  9. region in North Africa that includes Morocco (Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Mauritania, Western Sahara)
    Maghreb (m.)
  10. person from the Maghreb
    Maghrébin(e) (m., f.)
  11. labor, workforce
    main-d'œuvre (f.)
  12. threat
    menace (f.)
  13. political party
    parti (m.) politique
  14. danger
    péril (m.)
  15. money paid out by the federal gov't for unemployment benefits, retirement pensions, healthcare, assistance to families
    prestation (f.) sociale
  16. racism
    racisme (m.)
  17. national, citizen of a country
    ressortissant(e) (m., f.)
  18. stay
    séjour (m.)
  19. to welcome; to receive
    accueillir
  20. to expel
    expulser
  21. to host, house
    héberger
  22. to integrate
    intégrer
  23. to repatriate (to send back to country of origin)
    rapatrier
  24. social welfare (help provided by the state)
    aide (f.) sociale
  25. the (political) center
    centre (m.)
  26. surveillance
    contrôle (m.)
  27. leader
    dirigeant(e) (m., f.)
  28. the (political) right
    droite (f.)
  29. duration
    durée (f.)
  30. employment, job
    emploi (m.)
  31. Frenchness
    francité (f.)
  32. the (political) left
    gauche (f.)
  33. housing
    logement (m.)
  34. (in)security, (lack of) safety
    (in)sécurité (f.)
  35. Third World
    tiers-monde (m.)
  36. to warn
    avertir
  37. (here) to keep under surveillance
    contrôler
  38. to believe, estimate
    estimer
  39. to establish
    établir
  40. to place, keep, in the public eye through the media
    médiatiser
  41. (here) to grant legal status
    régulariser
  42. to stand out
    ressortir
  43. to underline, emphasize
    souligner
  44. to maintain, to support
    soutenir
  45. penal adjectif
    pénal(e)
  46. on the front page
    à la une
  47. on the cover
    en couverture
  48. to be + number (e.g., La population de la France est de 65 millions d'habitants.)
    être de + chiffre
  49. to consider (sth.) seriously; think seriously about (sth.)
    prendre (qqch) au sérieux
  50. person born in France of North-African descent
    beur (m., f.)
  51. unemployment
    chômage (m.)
  52. right of asylum
    droit (m.) d'asile
  53. human rights
    droits (m. pl.) de l'homme
  54. riot
    émeute (f.)
  55. expulsion
    expulsion (f.)
  56. border
    frontière (f.)
  57. hatred
    haine (f.)
  58. struggle
    lutte (f.)
  59. demonstration
    manifestation (f.)
  60. (political) party
    parti (m.) (politique)
  61. resident card
    permis/titre (m.) de séjour
  62. sending immigrants back to their country of origin
    rapatriement (m.)
  63. illegal immigrant "without (proper) papers"
    sans-papiers (m/f)
  64. territory
    territoire (m.)
  65. tourist visa
    visa (m.) de visiteur
  66. xenophobia
    xénophobie (f.)
  67. to disobey
    désobéir
  68. to escape
    fuir
  69. (here) to send back, keep out
    refouler
  70. to stay, sojourn
    séjourner
  71. clandestine, illegal
    clandestin(e)
  72. multi-ethnic, multiracial
    multiethnique
  73. someone who speaks English
    anglophone (m., f.)
  74. learning
    apprentissage (m.)
  75. colony
    colonie (f.)
  76. colonization
    colonisation (f.)
  77. colonizer
    colonisateur (m.)
  78. competence
    compétence (f.)
  79. ethnic group
    ethnie (f.)
  80. exploitation
    exploitation (f.)
  81. pride
    fierté (f.)
  82. lover of French language and culture
    francophile (m., f.)
  83. someone who speaks French
    francophone (m., f.)
  84. the ensemble of French-speaking nations and regions
    francophonie (f.)
  85. native language, mother tongue
    langue (f.) maternelle
  86. lingua franca, language used by people who do not have the same
    lingua (f.) franca
  87. mastery
    maîtrise (f.)
  88. use or coexistence of many languages
    plurilinguisme (m.)
  89. resentment
    ressentiment (m.)
  90. to remind someone of something
    rappeler qqch à qqn
  91. English-speaking
    anglophone
  92. bilingual
    bilingue
  93. colonial
    colonial(e)
  94. cultured, cultivated
    cultivé(e)
  95. French-speaking
    francophone
  96. fluently
    couramment
  97. on a daily basis
    quotidiennement
  98. illiteracy
    analphabetisme (m.)
  99. indigenous person, denizen
    autochtone (m., f.)
  100. bilingual person
    bilingue (m., f.)
  101. colonized person
    colonisé(e) (m., f.)
  102. identity crisis
    crise d'identité (f.)
  103. dilemma
    dilemme (m.)
  104. hegemony, influence, dominance
    hégémonie (f.)
  105. well-read person, intellectual
    lettré(e) (m., f.)
  106. contempt
    mépris (m.)
  107. the "mother country" (as opposed to its colonies and/or overseas territories)
    métropole (f.)
  108. tool
    outil (m.)
  109. people, nation (e.g., the French people)
    peuple (m.)
  110. readership
    public (m.)
  111. oral/written tradition
    tradition (f.) orale/écrite
  112. to disdain, despise
    dédaigner
  113. to turn away from
    se détourner de
  114. to borrow
    emprunter
  115. to stubbornly insist on doing something
    s'obstiner à + faire qqch
  116. to use, make use of
    se servir de
  117. to affirm the value of/to denigrate
    valoriser/dévaloriser
Author
Toastedbread
ID
340744
Card Set
FREN202 FINAL VOCAB
Description
vocab
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