FR pêle-mêle

1. "désordre"

pêle-mêle (also: agrégat, agglomérat, ramassis, déballage)
jumble {noun}
En lieu et place, nous assistons maintenant à la parodie d’ un réseau qui rassemble pêle-mêle certains de ceux qui ont été légitimement nommés et ceux qui se sont arrogé eux-mêmes ce titre.
Instead of that we are now witnessing the parody of a network that jumbles together some of those that have been legitimately appointed with those who have assumed this title for themselves.

2. "cadre"


Synonyms (French) for "pêle-mêle":


Similar translations for "pêle-mêle" in English

mêler verb
mêlé adjective
mêlé verb
peler verb

Context sentences for "pêle-mêle" in English

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FrenchLes propositions les plus immigrationistes et les plus tiers-mondistes s’y retrouvent pêle-mêle:
Proposals demonstrating the greatest bias towards immigration and the developing world are littered throughout the report:
FrenchLes propositions les plus immigrationistes et les plus tiers-mondistes s’ y retrouvent pêle-mêle:
We believe that economic migration needs not to be seen as a problem requiring harmonisation of the rules at European level.
FrenchUn chef-coq doit être comparé à son homologue féminine, et il ne saurait être question de faire des comparaisons pêle-mêle.
You can only compare a female cook with a male cook, not throw everybody into the same comparison.
French(Pêle-mêle), diffusée par «Canal 5 plus», et en évenque - Oulgour, diffusée par le GTRK «Bouriatie».
(Free-for-all), broadcast on Kanal 5 plyus; in Evenk - Ulgur, broadcast by the Buryatia State television and radio corporation.
FrenchUne vaste marmite où l'on trouve pèle-mêle questions urbaines, zones industrielles, espaces ruraux et façades maritimes.
A huge cauldron containing urban issues, industrial zones, rural areas and maritime facades, all pell-mell.
FrenchIls y seront donc jetés pêle-mêle, et les errants aussi,
Then they will be hurled into the Flame headlong, one upon another – they (the idols), and the rebellious (who worship them).