Action d'intervenir. Intervention des forces de police, intervention de l'ONU dans un conflit, intervention chirurgicale.
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ETYM Latin interventio an interposition: cf. French intervention.
1. A policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries; SYN. interference.
2. The act of intervening (as to mediate a dispute); SYN. intercession.
ETYM French lecture, Late Lat. lectura, from Latin legere, lectum, to read. Related to Legend.
1. A lengthy rebuke; SYN. speech, talking to.
2. A speech that is open to the public; SYN. public lecture, talk.
3. Teaching by giving a discourse on some subject (typically to a class); SYN. lecturing.
ETYM Latin operatio: cf. French opération.
1. A process or series of acts especially of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work; SYN. procedure.
2. An act or process or manner of functioning or operating:; SYN. functioning, performance.
3. The state of being in effect or being operative.
4. A therapeutic procedure with instruments to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body; SYN. surgical operation, surgical procedure, surgery.
5. A business especially one run on a large scale; they paid taxes on every stage of the operatiothey had to consolidate their operationsthe biggest police operation in French historrunning a restaurant is quite an operatioconsolidate the companies various operationsit was a joint operation of the navy and air forceit can perform millions of operations per second.
ETYM Latin praesentatio a showing, representation: cf. French présentation.
1. The activity of presenting something.
2. The act of making something publicly available; presenting news or other information by broadcasting or printing it.
3. The act of presenting a proposal.
4. The act of presenting something; SYN. presentment, demonstration.
5. Formally making a person known to another or to the public; SYN. introduction, intro.
1. The act of speech.
2. An exchange of ideas via conversation; SYN. talking.
3. A act of giving a talk to an audience
4. Idle gossip or rumor; SYN. talk of the town.
5. ('talk about' is a less formal alternative for 'discussion of') Discussion