Publish by in Category decoration de maison at November 3rd, 2018. Tagged with à. avec. bain. De. douche. l'italienne. Moderne. salle.
French Explorer Of North America.
A City In S Quebec, In E Canada: Suburb Of Montreal.
A City In N Illinois.
From; Of (used In French, Spanish, And Portuguese Personal Names, Originally To Indicate Place Of Origin): Comte De Rochambeau; Don Ricardo De Aragón.
Pretentiously Modern; Striving To Appear Modern But Lacking Style Or Conviction.
Of Or Noting A Style Of Decorative Art And Architecture Of The 1930s And 1940s That Was Influenced By Streamlined Industrial Design Of Airplanes, Ships, And Cars: Usually Considered To Be A Later Development Of Art Deco.
A Jet Or Current Of Water, Sometimes With A Dissolved Medicating Or Cleansing Agent, Applied To A Body Part, Organ, Or Cavity For Medicinal Or Hygienic Purposes.
The Application Of Such A Jet.
An Instrument, As A Syringe, For Administering It.
A Bath Administered By Such A Jet.
As verb (used with object) [douched, douch·ing.]
To Apply A Douche To.
As verb (used without object) [douched, douch·ing.]
To Use A Douche Or Douches; Undergo Douching.
Having All Parts Or Elements; Lacking Nothing; Whole; Entire; Full: A Complete Set Of Mark Twain's Writings.
Finished; Ended; Concluded: A Complete Orbit.
Having All The Required Or Customary Characteristics, Skills, Or The Like; Consummate; Perfect In Kind Or Quality: A Complete Scholar.
Thorough; Entire; Total; Undivided, Uncompromised, Or Unmodified: A Complete Victory; A Complete Mess.
Having All Modifying Or Complementary Elements Included: The Complete Subject Of “The Dappled Pony Gazed Over The Fence” Is “The Dappled Pony.”
(of A Forward Pass) Caught By A Receiver.
(of A Set Of Axioms) Such That Every True Proposition Able To Be Formulated In Terms Of The Basic Ideas Of A Given System Is Deducible From The Set.
Noting A Determinate Truss Having The Least Number Of Members Required To Connect The Panel Points So As To Form A System Of Triangles.
(of Persons) Accomplished; Skilled; Expert.
As verb (used with object) [com·plet·ed, com·plet·ing.]
To Make Whole Or Entire: I Need Three More Words To Complete The Puzzle.
To Make Perfect: His Parting Look Of Impotent Rage Completed My Revenge.
To Bring To An End; Finish: Has He Completed His New Novel Yet?
To Execute (a Forward Pass) Successfully: He Completed 17 Passes In 33 Attempts.
Salle De Bain Moderne Avec Douche Litalienne.