from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A light cape or short cloak of silk or lace formerly worn by women in summer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A light cape or short cloak of silk or lace worn by women in summer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An outer garment worn by women in the first half of the nineteenth century, thin, made of silk or like material, and shaped to the person.
The sun was setting when I stood in front of my mirror on my return, and laid aside bonnet and mantle (we called it a "visite").
As much of his story as I know is set out in the long inscription on their splendid headstone, and for understandable reasons Aunt Jean, who throughout her life kept in touch with the Macklin family in England, held onto this charming carte de visite photograph.
Français · Chine - Taïwan: La visite du dalaï-lama ne peut échapper à la politique
Cette formule rappelle le fameux « Ich ben ein Berliner » clamé par J.F.K. lors de sa visite à Berlin-Ouest en juin 1963.
The second photograph in the folder, which is about three times the size of the carte de visite, was taken by Napoleon Sarony in 1873 or 1874 during Collins's visit to the United States.
The first photograph, a carte de visite, was taken by the firm Cundall, Downes & Co. in 1861.
Français · Ghana: Débats, agitation et espoirs autour de la visite de M. Obama
Para saber mais sobre o festival, visite o site e o twitter oficial do PalFest.
Barefooted and clad only in swim trunks (it is too hot for clothing), my busy-bodied better half is mumbling something about cards ... cartes de visite.
Je suis très fatiguée = I am very tired le sommeil = sleep la carte de visite = business card
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