1. De la couleur du ciel ; azur. Mer bleue.
2. Nouveau. La nouvelle recrue est encore bleue.
3. Saignant. Bifteck bleu.
4. Qui a de la barbe.
Sinonimi: bluish | blueish | light-blue | dark-blue | bluish | blueish | gamy | gamey | juicy | naughty | racy | risque | spicy | depressed | dispirited | down | downcast | downhearted | low | low-spirited | puritan | puritanic | puritanical | dark | depressing | disconsolate | dismal | dispiriting | gloomy | grim
1. Having a color similar to that of a clear unclouded sky; SYN. bluish, blueish, light-blue, dark-blue.
2. Characterized by or marked with a bluish color.
3. Tinged with blue or purple from cold or contusion; SYN. bluish, blueish.
4. Wearing blue.
5. Suggestive of sexual impropriety; SYN. gamy, gamey, juicy, naughty, racy, risque, spicy.
6. Used to signify the Union forces in the Civil War (who wore blue uniforms).
7. Low in spirits; SYN. depressed, dispirited, down, downcast, downhearted, low, low-spirited.
8. Morally rigorous and strict; SYN. puritan, puritanic, puritanical.
9. Causing dejection; SYN. dark, depressing, disconsolate, dismal, dispiriting, gloomy, grim.
3. Écchymose. Se faire un bleu. Hématome.
1. The color associated with the clear sky in the daytime; SYN. blueness.
2. Blue clothing.
3. Any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are blue.
4. Any of numerous small chiefly blue butterflies of the family Lycaenidae.
1. Photographic print of plans or technical drawings etc.
2. Something intended as a guide for making something else; SYN. design, pattern.
Photographic process used for copying engineering drawings and architectural plans, so called because it produces a white copy of the original against a blue background.
The plan to be copied is made on transparent tracing paper, which is placed in contact with paper sensitized with a mixture of iron ammonium citrate and potassium hexacyanoferrate. The paper is exposed to ultraviolet radiation and then washed in water. Where the light reaches the paper, it turns blue (Prussian blue). The paper underneath the lines of the drawing is unaffected, so remains white. blue print.
Or contusion; Patch of discoloration on the skin resulting from seepage of blood from damaged underlying vessels. It is caused by injury, usually a blow. The change in color of a bruise is due to degradation of hemoglobin in the tissues.An injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration; SYN. contusion.