Übersetzung von “foul” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

foul

verbfoul /faʊl/
in sports, to do sth to another player that is against the rules
faire un coup bas

He was fouled by one of Duke players.
Un des joueurs des Duke lui a fait un coup bas.
to make extremely dirty
souiller

dogs fouling the sidewalk
des chiens souillant le trottoir

foul up

verb phrasalfoul up [ ˈfaʊl ˈʌp ]
to do sth very badly
massacrer

I managed to foul up the job interview.
Je me suis débrouillé pour massacrer l'entretien d'embauche.

foul

noun uncountablefoul /faʊl/
in sport, the act of fouling a player
faute feminine

The referee didn't call the foul.
L'arbitre n'a pas sifflé la faute.

foul

adjectivefoul /faʊl/
dirty and disgusting
infect/-ecte

a foul smell
une odeur infecte/nauséabonde
very unpleasant
infect/-ecte , épouvantable

foul weather
temps épouvantable

a foul taste
un goût infect

(Übersetzung von “foul” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

foul

adjective /faul/

(especially of smell or taste) causing disgust

infect
a foul smell.

very unpleasant; nasty

dégoûtant
a foul mess.
foul play

a criminal act, especially involving murder

crime
A man has been found dead and the police suspect foul play.

foul

verb

to make dirty, especially with faeces

souiller
Dogs often foul the pavement.

(Übersetzung von “foul” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)