seconder

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Noun1.seconder - someone who endorses a motion or petition as a necessary preliminary to a discussion or vote
admirer, booster, protagonist, supporter, champion, friend - a person who backs a politician or a team etc.; "all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library"
Translations
مُساعِد، مُعاوِن
podporovatel
støtte
stuîningsmaîur
destekleyen

seconder

[ˈsɛkəndər] n [motion] → personne f qui appuie une motionsecond fiddle n
to play second fiddle → jouer les seconds rôlessecond form ncinquième fsecond gear nseconde fsecond-grader [ˌsɛkəndˈgreɪdər] nélève mf de CE1second-guess [ˌsɛkəndˈgɛs] vt [+ sb's reaction] → essayer d'anticiper
They're still trying to second-guess his motives
BUT Ils essaient toujours de comprendre ses raisons.second-half [ˌsɛkəndˈhɑːf] modif (SPORT) [goal, try, substitution] → en deuxième mi-tempssecond hand n (on clock)trotteuse fsecond-hand secondhand [ˌsɛkəndˈhænd]
adj
[car, books, clothes] → d'occasion
a secondhand car → une voiture d'occasion
[shop] → d'articles d'occasion
[stories, information, news, opinions] → de seconde main
adv
[buy] → d'occasion
(= indirectly) → indirectement
to hear sth secondhand → apprendre qch indirectementsecond-hand bookshop secondhand bookshop nbouquiniste msecond-in-command [ˌsɛkəndɪnkəˈmɑːnd] n
(MILITARY)commandant m en second
(ADMINISTRATION)adjoint(e) m/f, sous-chef mfsecond language ndeuxième langue f
to teach English as a second language → enseigner l'anglais langue secondesecond lieutenant n
(British)lieutenant m en second
(US)lieutenant m en second

seconder

nBefürworter(in) m(f)

seconder

[ˈsɛkndəʳ] nsostenitore/trice

second1

(ˈsekənd) adjective
1. next after, or following, the first in time, place etc. February is the second month of the year; She finished the race in second place.
2. additional or extra. a second house in the country.
3. lesser in importance, quality etc. She's a member of the school's second swimming team.
adverb
next after the first. He came second in the race.
noun
1. a second person, thing etc. You're the second to arrive.
2. a person who supports and helps a person who is fighting in a boxing match etc.
verb
to agree with (something said by a previous speaker), especially to do so formally. He proposed the motion and I seconded it.
ˈsecondary adjective
1. coming after, and at a more advanced level than, primary. secondary education.
2. lesser in importance. a matter of secondary importance.
nounplural ˈsecondaries
a secondary school.
ˈseconder noun
a person who seconds.
ˈsecondly adverb
in the second place. I have two reasons for not buying the house – firstly, it's too big, and secondly it's too far from town.
secondary colours
colours got by mixing primary colours. Orange and purple are secondary colours.
secondary school
a school where subjects are taught at a more advanced level than at primary school.
ˌsecond-ˈbest noun, adjective
next after the best; not the best. She wore her second-best hat; I want your best work – your second-best is not good enough.
ˌsecond-ˈclass adjective
1. of or in the class next after or below the first; not of the very best quality. a second-class restaurant; He gained a second-class honours degree in French.
2. (for) travelling in a part of a train etc that is not as comfortable or luxurious as some other part. a second-class passenger; His ticket is second-class; (also adverb) I'll be travelling second-class.
ˌsecond-ˈhand adjective
previously used by someone else. second-hand clothes.
second lieutenant
a person of the rank below lieutenant. Second Lieutenant Jones.
ˌsecond-ˈrate adjective
inferior. The play was pretty second-rate.
second sight
the power of seeing into the future or into other mysteries. They asked a woman with second sight where the dead body was.
second thoughts
a change of opinion, decision etc. I'm having second thoughts about selling the piano.
at second hand
through or from another person. I heard the news at second hand.
come off second best
to be the loser in a struggle. That cat always comes off second best in a fight.
every second week/month etc
(on or during) alternate weeks, months etc. He comes in every second day.
second to none
better than every other of the same type. As a portrait painter, he is second to none.