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Franco-

prefix uk   /fræŋ.kəʊ-/  us   /-koʊ-/
of or connected with France: the Franco-German border (= the border between France and Germany) a francophile (= someone who loves France)
Translations of “Franco-”
in Vietnamese về nước Pháp…
in Spanish franco-…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับฝรั่งเศส…
in Malaysian Perancis…
in French franco-…
in German französisch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 法國的, 與法國有關的…
in Indonesian Perancis-…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法国的, 与法国有关的…
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