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10 months ago

French-English-French  See profile asked this question:

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French > English


Arts / Entertainment

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Difficult / demanding

Word or term in question:

bon ruban


Médaille commémorative du siège de Rome, bronze, 31,7 mm, signée « N.C.
», bon ruban d’étamine d’origine, coll.



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9 months ago

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elvis  See my profile wrote:

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10 months ago

martynback  See my profile wrote:

complete with the correct original muslin ribbon

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Here "bon" means "correct" or "right": it's the right ribbon for this medal, and it's the one it originally came with.

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Google "correct ribbon" + "medal".

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10 months ago

martynback  See profile wrote:

"proper original ribbon" is an alternative: "proper ribbon" or "correct ribbon" are commonly used in descriptions of antique medals.

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Barbara R. Cochran, MFA  See my profile wrote:

good-looking/nice/attractive ribbon

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Larousse Advanced French/English Dictionary

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