Translation of "explorer" to French

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Dictionary translations for "explorer"

explorer [ɪksˈplɔ:rə] noun Listen
pl. explorers
l' explorateur m (man) Listen
Sebastian Cabot was John Cabot's son and also became an explorer.
Sébastien Cabot était le fils de Jean Cabot et devient aussi un explorateur.
Explorer m (IT Basic) Listen
It's troublesome that Internet Explorer's stop icon looks like a shiitake mushroom.
Il est embêtant que bouton d'arrêt d'Internet Explorer ressemble à un champignon shiitake.

Phrases with "explorer" (1)

  1. internet explorer - Internet Explorer

Contexts with "explorer"

Sebastian Cabot was John Cabot's son and also became an explorer. Sébastien Cabot était le fils de Jean Cabot et devient aussi un explorateur.
Early explorers used the stars for navigation. Les premiers explorateurs se servaient des étoiles pour naviguer.
It's troublesome that Internet Explorer's stop icon looks like a shiitake mushroom. Il est embêtant que bouton d'arrêt d'Internet Explorer ressemble à un champignon shiitake.
The human space explorers could not make sense of the well-preserved ancient alien machinery. Les explorateurs spatiaux humains ne purent comprendre l'antique machinerie extra-terrestre bien conservée.
There was a time when Christopher Columbus challenged another explorer to a duel. The latter, an underhanded chap, did not take ten steps - as dictated by the rules - but two, then turned around to shoot. Unfortunately for him, Columbus hadn't taken any steps at all. Il fut un temps où Christophe Colomb défia un autre navigateur en duel. Ce dernier, un homme vicieux, ne fit pas 10 pas, comme dicté dans les règles, mais 2, puis il se retourna pour tirer. Malheureusement pour lui, Colomb ne fit aucun pas.
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