Distrait

Adjective[edit]. distrait (comparative more distrait, superlative most distrait). absent-minded,. Synonyms for distrait at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dicti. Distrait means "preoccupied with worry." If you can't concentrate on the hot gossip y. Distracted or absent-minded: he seemed oddly distrait. More example sentences. She towers over most. distrait, distraite - Définitions Français : Retrouvez la définition de distrait, distraite , ainsi. Origin of distrait. Middle English ; from Old French destrait, past participle of distraire ; from.

Adjective[edit]. distrait (comparative more distrait, superlative most distrait). absent-minded,. Synonyms for distrait at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dicti. Distrait means "preoccupied with worry." If you can't concentrate on the hot gossip y. Distracted or absent-minded: he seemed oddly distrait. More example sentences. She towers over most. distrait, distraite - Définitions Français : Retrouvez la définition de distrait, distraite , ainsi. Origin of distrait. Middle English ; from Old French destrait, past participle of distraire ; from.
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Adjective[edit]. distrait (comparative more distrait, superlative most distrait). absent-minded,. Synonyms for distrait at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dicti. Distrait means "preoccupied with worry." If you can't concentrate on the hot gossip y. Distracted or absent-minded: he seemed oddly distrait. More example sentences. She towers over most. distrait, distraite - Définitions Français : Retrouvez la définition de distrait, distraite , ainsi. Origin of distrait. Middle English ; from Old French destrait, past participle of distraire ; from.

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