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French Antonyms

Guess the antonyms of these French words.
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First submittedDecember 12, 2013
Last updatedAugust 18, 2016
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Word
Antonym
Droite
Gauche
Froid
Chaud
Oui
Non
Nord
Sud
Ouvert
Fermé
Word
Antonym
Petit
Grand
Avant
Après
Blanc
Noir
Jour
Nuit
Hier
Demain
Word
Antonym
Hiver
Été
Homme
Femme
Toujours
Jamais
Jeune
Vieux
Un Peu
Beaucoup
Word
Antonym
Bon Marché
Cher
Facile
Difficile
Moins
Plus
Long
Court
Sur
Sous
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level 52
Dec 16, 2013
It should probably be "Droite" instead of "Droit".
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level ∞
Dec 17, 2013
Fixed
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level 16
Oct 3, 2018
Droite is feminin, Droit is masculin Main droite, Côté droit
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level 30
Mar 19, 2019
Yes,but "Right" by itself as in "turn right" is "Droite"
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level 33
Dec 16, 2013
I've still got it!
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level 73
Dec 16, 2013
i don't :-( Feels like 8 years wasted.
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level 83
Mar 10, 2014
Surprised that my grad-school grasp of French (read: just enough to get the gist of that one article that they insisted I read in its native tongue) was enough to get me 100% on this. Nice.
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level 56
Apr 1, 2014
With bon marche, I stupidly kept thinking about the store. Ugh.
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level 77
Dec 21, 2014
It's an anomaly of our language, we have no word for "cheap" and we use that strange locution instead.
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level 43
Jan 28, 2016
Or "pas cher".
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level 66
Dec 11, 2016
Or "économique" when you're a stuffy advert writer in a boring office in La Défense. :)
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level 72
May 15, 2014
Darn spanish messing me up.
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level 56
Jun 27, 2014
I wrote "vieille" for jeune, but I don't succeed.
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level 71
Dec 2, 2014
Default for any quiz of this kind would always use the masculine form of a word, unless specified.
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level ∞
Aug 17, 2016
Vieille will work now
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level 77
Dec 21, 2014
I have to say that "avant" is ambiguous. It can mean "before" (as an adverb) or "front" (as a noun), hence it can be the antonym of "après" (after) or "arrière" (rear).
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level ∞
Aug 17, 2016
Arrière will work now
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level 45
May 5, 2015
Could you potentially make "viel" or "vielle" work?
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level 43
Jan 28, 2016
"vieil" alone isn't used.
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level 33
May 30, 2015
Can you accept vielle for jeuene? It;s the feminine
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level 25
Feb 29, 2016
i think "avant" means in front as well before
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level 61
Jan 16, 2019
it does in several language. I mean several other language have one word for before, in time and in front of, location.
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level 66
Dec 11, 2016
You should accept derrière as well because avant can have two meanings (in front of and before).
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level 43
Dec 11, 2016
I agree with you but the antonym of "derrière" is "devant" and the antonym for "avant" is "après", it's better
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level 61
Jan 16, 2019
We use derriere for ass. (a posh way of saying it, just as we use decolleté for cleavage, which I guess you might sort of consider as an antonym ;) )
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level 7
Dec 11, 2016
20/20 w/ 3:37 remaining. I'm french so.. :3
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level 55
Dec 11, 2016
Thank you French degree at least you're paying off somehow...
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level 65
Dec 11, 2016
I expect a similar quiz for us learning a proper language (German or Russian) instead of this cheese-eating surrender monkeys speech ;) (Simpsons reference, not meant to offend anyone :) )
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level 43
Dec 11, 2016
I'm French: pour "Bon Marché", tu devrais mettre "A bas prix" ou "A bas coût", parce que "bon marché", je n'ai pas compris au début.
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level 43
Dec 11, 2016
I know, I don't understand my own language x), I say "C'est pas cher!" or "C'est un bon prix" for "It's cheap! But it is rare for me, to say " C'est bon marché !", for me it is almost formal language...
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level 66
Dec 11, 2016
C'est que les manuels américains de langue française traduisent « cheap » par « bon marché » sans exception, même si aucun francophone ne dirait ce mot.
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level 77
Dec 11, 2016
C'est peut-être un peu démodé, mais ça se dit toujours, si.
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level 64
Dec 11, 2016
I don't suppose you could take "agée" for the opposite of "jeune"? That's all I came up with.
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level 77
Dec 11, 2016
"Agé" should indeed be accepted.
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level 77
Dec 11, 2016
Seriously, Quizmaster, do you really think that there is such a conceptual opposition between man and woman to call them antonyms?
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level 45
Dec 14, 2016
I sincerely hope that was a joke.
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level 77
Sep 10, 2017
Not really. I don't consider man and woman as antonyms, and I'm bored of seeing them in all those antonyms quizzes.
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level 38
Oct 20, 2018
^ Arp2600: So, what would you consider the antonym of "man"?
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level 79
Nov 18, 2018
Not every word has to have an antonym. What's the antonym of "purple"?
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level 76
Dec 11, 2016
A bit difficult for anyone who's never studied French. I guessed three correctly. Without knowing what the words mean, it would be too difficult to commit them to memory, so not even much of a learning experience for me, but praise to those of you who did well.
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level 28
Dec 12, 2016
tu sais que tu es trop influencée par les films (un peu pourris soyons francs) français quand t'entends la voix de jacouille des visiteurs en écrivant jour/nuit… x)
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level 61
Jan 16, 2019
12/20 apparently is a bad score on this quiz! One point for 60% that is harsh.

I knew what it all meant though besides bonne marché. I just couldnt get the right antonyms.

for sur I tried peutetre... anyone else? (antontym of sûr). (that is , after trying sub I think)