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Pronounced as a palatal sound, as the ll in French fille.

[French, past participle of mouiller, to moisten, palatalize, from Old French moillier, to soften by soaking; see moil.]


(Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics palatalized, as in the sounds represented by Spanish ll or ñ, Italian gl or gn (pronounced as /ʎ/ and /ɲ/ respectively), or French ll (representing a (j) sound)
[C19: from French, past participle of mouiller to moisten, from Latin mollis soft]
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We see Accentures positioning as a Leader in this report for four consecutive years as recognition of our industry experience, geographic reach and investments in new technologies such as SAP S/4HANA, analytics, mobility, user experience and cloud, said Christophe Mouille, global managing director of SAP business for Accenture.
beaucoup moins que] Nous avons un bon groupe qui travaille et mouille le maillot.
Accenture is pleased to recognize this major milestone, which highlights how SAP S/4HANA is fast becoming the digital core for our clients in their digital transformation agenda," said Christophe Mouille, global managing director of SAP business, Accenture.
Il a chaud, il prend son mouchoir, le trouve mouille par la sueur, le remet dans sa poche puis continue son va et vient.
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Les joueurs ont tente, mouille le maillot mais il faut accepter que la Nouvelle-Zelande est au-dessus.
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In France the greatest of these were Charlotte Perriand, who worked with Le Corbusier on and off from the 1920s, Le Corbusier's cousin Pierre Jeanneret, Jean Prouve, the ceramist George douve, the lighting designer Serge Mouille, Matheiu Mategot and the 'salon modernist' Jean Roybre.