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franchement {adv} [parler, s'exprimer]
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frankly
hermétiquement {adv} [s'exprimer]abstrusely
commis {adj} {past-p} [attentat, meurtre]committed [murder or attempt on sb.'s life]
consécutif {adj} [qui s'ensuit]consequential [resulting]
profondément {adv} [creuser, pénétrer, s'enfoncer]deeply
vêt. sobrement {adv} [s'habiller]discreetly
vêt. avec élégance {adv} [s'habiller]elegantly
posthume {adj} [né après la mort du père]fatherless [also posthumous: born after the death of one's father]
Vous avez fini !Finito! [coll.] [It's all done!]
Tant mieux ! [fam.]Good! [that's good news!]
pschitt [bruit de gaz qui s'échappe]hiss
relig. Inch'Allah. [Si Dieu le veut.]Insha'Allah. [If it is God's will.]
relig. Inch'Allah. [Si Dieu le veut.]Inshallah. [If it is God's will.]
vivement {adv} [s'intéresser]keenly
méd. mongolien {adj} [vieux] [péj.] [trisomique]mongoloid [dated] [péj.] [with Down's syndrome]
franchement {adv} [parler, s'exprimer]openly
Justement !Quite! [agreeing with someone's opinion]
en {prep} [lieu  l'on va]to [place where one's going]
volontairement {adv}voluntarily [of one's own free will]
Verbs
bourse fin. placer qc. [son argent]
3
to invest sth. [one's money]
s'accroupir
3
to squat [go down on one's haunches]
serrer qc. [dans ses mains]
2
to clench sth. [in one's hands]
crouler [s'effondrer]
2
to collapse [building]
rallier qn.
2
to sway sb. [change sb.'s mind]
jeux lancer et attrapercatch [children's game] [throwing and catching an object, e.g. a ball]
s'imprégner de qc. [fig.] [p. ex. l'ambiance d'une ville]to absorb sth. [fig.] [e.g. a town's ambience]
se creuser la cervelle [fam.] [loc.]to agonise [Br.] [rack one's brains]
se creuser la cervelle [fam.] [loc.]to agonize [rack one's brains]
rebrousser chemin [loc.]to backtrack [retrace one's steps]
se cavaler [fam.] [s'enfuir]to bolt [flee]
cuis. faire des grilladesto braai [S.Afr.]
agacer qn.to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]
asticoter qn. [fam.]to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]
énerver qn.to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]
porter sur les nerfs à qn.to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]
taper sur les nerfs de qn. [loc.]to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]
mettre qn. sur les dents [fam.] [loc.]to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves] [idiom]
se cavaler [fam.] [s'enfuir]to bunk [Br.] [sl.] [to flee]
prendre [s'enflammer]to catch [fire]
faire clic [s'enclencher]to clack
se désagréger [s'écrouler]to collapse
déserterto desert [from the military, one's duties etc.]
se faire discret [s'éclipser]to disappear
ébouriffer qc. [cheveux, etc.]to dishevel sth. [sb.'s hair]
s'exagérer qc. [problème, risque]to exaggerate sth. [in one's own mind]
méd. avoir une défaillance [s'évanouir]to faint
perdre ses esprits [s'évanouir]to faint
gagner du fric [fam.]to hustle [sl.] [to earn one's living by illicit means]
s'arranger [s'améliorer] [temps, situation]to improve [weather, situation]
s'accentuer [s'intensifier]to intensify
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