→ The two foreign ministers signed the document today.
→ a policy document for the Labour Party conference
(COMPUTING) document m
(=papers) papiers mpl
→ The policeman wanted to see all our documents.
(=describe in detail) relater → the book documents the post-war Chinese experience → He wrote a book documenting his prison experiences. → He has spent four years documenting the daily life of the Household Cavalry
(=collect evidence on) rassembler des preuves sur → after spending the past 18 months documenting human rights abuse → These reports made it possible to document the damage
(=record) attester de → page documenting Strauss's great-grandfather's marriage was replaced with an expert forgery to be well documented
(=established) être attesté (e) par de nombreuses sources → The effects of smoking have been well documented.
n document m de consultation
→ ... a consultation document on NHS reform.
n (British, for car) ~carte f grise