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French-English translation for: commencer (qc.)
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commencer (qc.)to begin (sth.)
commencer (qc.)to commence (sth.)
commencer (qc.)to start (sth.)
Partial Matches
pharm. (commencer à) faire effetto take effect
chipoter (qc./sur qc.) [marchander]to haggle over sth.
associer qn./qc. à qc. [faire partager]to include sb./sth. in sth.
attacher qn./qc. à qc.to strap sb./sth. to sth.
braquer qc. sur qn./qc. [viser]to train sth. on sb./sth. [e.g. to aim a gun at sb.]
enfoncer qn./qc. dans qc.to plunge sb./sth. into sth.
méd. immuniser qn./qc. contre qc.to immunise sb./sth. against sth. [Br.]
méd. immuniser qn./qc. contre qc.to immunize sb./sth. against sth.
Unverified imputer qc. à qn./qc. [faire dépendre]to attribute sth. to sb./sth.
méd. injecter qc. à qn./qc.to inject sb./sth. with sth.
munir qn./qc. de qc. [équiper]to equip sb./sth. with sth.
parer qn./qc. avec qc.to adorn sb./sth. with sth.
soumettre qn./qc. à qc. [assujettir]to subject sb./sth. to sth.
inform. internet télécharger qc. (vers qc.) [téléverser]to upload sth. (to sth.)
qn. a hâte que qn./qc. fasse qc.sb. can't wait for sb./sth. to do sth.
méd. faire une injection de qc. à qn./qc.to give sb./sth. an injection of sth.
mettre qc. sur le compte de qn./qc. [fig.]to put sth. down to sb./sth. [attribute]
qn. fit qc.sb. did sth.
qn./qc. avaitsb./sth. had
qn./qc. estsb./sth. is
qn./qc. étaitsb./sth. was
qn./qc. futsb./sth. was
qn./qc. venaitsb./sth. came
qn./qc. vintsb./sth. came
selon qc. {adv}depending on sth.
abaisser qn./qc.to lower sb./sth.
abandonner qc.to give sth. up
abandonner qn./qc.to desert sb./sth.
abattre qc. [faire tomber]to knock sth. down [demolish]
abhorrer qc.to abominate sth. [abhor]
abhorrer qn./qc.to abhor sb./sth.
abhorrer qn./qc.to loathe sb./sth. [abhor]
abîmer qc.to damage sth.
abîmer qc.to spoil sth.
abjurer qc.to abjure sth.
abjurer qc.to renounce sth.
abolir qc.to abolish sth.
abominer qc.to loathe sth.
aborder qc. [commencer à traiter]to tackle sth. [question, problem]
aborder qn./qc. [approcher]to approach sb./sth.
aboyer (qc.)to bark (sth.)
abraser qc.to abrade sth.
abréger qc.to abbreviate sth.
abréger qc.to abridge sth.
abréger qc.to cut sth. short [trip, conversation]
abréger qc.to shorten sth.
abriter qc.to shelter sth.
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