"suffused with" translation into French

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"suffused with" in French

EN suffused with
volume_up
[example]

1. "style", formal

suffused with (also: imbued with)

2. "person", formal

suffused with (also: thronged with, thronging with)

3. "landscape", formal

suffused with

4. "colour", formal

suffused with
volume_up
teint de [poet.] [ex.]

Similar translations for "suffused with" in French

suffused adjective
French
to suffuse verb
with preposition

Context sentences for "suffused with" in French

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EnglishThe whole Middle East stands at a point in history suffused with frenetic changes.
L'ensemble du Moyen-Orient se trouve à un moment de l'histoire marqué par une multitude de changements frénétiques.
Englishto be suffused with joy
EnglishYet at the same time, the entire document is suffused with the notion of - it would be safe to say, the passionate desire for - a Community diplomatic service for the Union.
Tout le document respire cependant l'idée, disons plutôt l'ardent désir, d'un service diplomatique communautaire pour l'Union.
EnglishYet at the same time, the entire document is suffused with the notion of - it would be safe to say, the passionate desire for - a Community diplomatic service for the Union.
Tout le document respire cependant l'idée, disons plutôt l' ardent désir, d'un service diplomatique communautaire pour l' Union.
EnglishEvery genuine inspiration, however, contains some tremor of that “breath” with which the Creator Spirit suffused the work of creation from the very beginning.
Cependant, toute inspiration authentique renferme en elle-même quelque frémissement de ce «souffle» dont l'Esprit créateur remplissait dès les origines l'œuvre de la création.
EnglishThe use of school textbooks suffused with Catholic beliefs, such as the struggle against the devil and a tendency to believe that that role of State education was to disseminate Catholicism.
Le maintien de manuels scolaires empreints de croyances catholiques, telle la lutte contre le diable, et une tendance à croire que l'éducation publique a pour rôle la diffusion du catholicisme.