ward

French translation: quartier, section electorale

10:07 Aug 15, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: ward
« I'm a patriot, from the fourteeth ward, Brooklyn...»
from Henry Miller, in Black Spring
catherine
French translation:quartier, section electorale
Explanation:
vu ton contexte, le premier terme semble plus approprie
good luck
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na +1Quartier
J-Gabriel
na14e district
Germaine
naquartier, section electorale
yacine


  

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9 mins peer agreement (net): +1
Quartier


Explanation:
ou arrondissement. Voici ce qu'en dit la banque terminologique du Québec:

Domaine(s) : administration publique 1 / 1
administration municipale




ward


quartier n. m.


Déf. :
Division administrative d'une ville, notamment pour une raison électorale, topographique ou scolaire.






    Reference: http://www.granddictionnaire.com
J-Gabriel
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agree  Dave Simons: Arrondissement (ou Canton) car on dit jamais "in my ward" comme on dit "dans mon quartier"
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quartier, section electorale


Explanation:
vu ton contexte, le premier terme semble plus approprie
good luck
yacine


yacine
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PRO pts in pair: 157
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14e district


Explanation:
Dans Printemps Noir, Gallimard - Folio
Extrait:
www.archi.fr/DAPA/tex/senscolga.htm

Germaine
Canada
Local time: 15:40
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PRO pts in pair: 3805
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