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French-English translation for: [affaire]
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Dictionary French English: [affaire]

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French English
bidon {adj} [fam.] [candidat, affaire, compagnie]bogus
classé {adj} {past-p} [affaire]closed
délicat {adj} [domaine, affaire, secteur, dossier, point, moment]sensitive
encombrant {adj} [personne, affaire, événement]troublesome
fameux {adj} [affaire]notorious
misérable {adj} [affaire]pathetic
régulier {adj} [affaire]legit [coll.] [legitimate]
régulier {adj} [affaire]above board [legitimate]
ténébreux {adj} [affaire, période]obscure
Verbs
régler qc. [dette, compte, affaire]
4
to settle sth. [debt, account, dispute]
dr. pol. classer qc. [dossier, affaire]to close sth. [matter, affair]
décortiquer qc. [affaire]to examine sth. from every angle
démêler qc. [éclaircir une affaire]to clarify sth.
éclater [être révélé] [scandale, affaire, nouvelle]to break
embrouiller qn./qc. [personne, affaire]to confuse sb./sth.
grossir qc. [incident, affaire]to exaggerate sth.
lancer qc. [débat, affaire]to set sth. going
lancer qc. [débat, affaire]to set sth. in motion
lancer qc. [débat, affaire]to get sth. up and running
plaider qc. [cause, affaire]to plead sth.
Unverified s'arranger [s'améliorer] [affaire, dispute, situation]to right the ship [idiom] [correct a process that was not proceeding properly]
Nouns
aubaine {f} [bonne affaire]bargain [something cheaper than expected]
dénouement {m} [affaire, roman, etc.]outcome [matter, novel etc.]
comm. occasion {f} [affaire]bargain [deal]
rebondissement {m} [de procès, affaire]twist [new development]
suites {f.pl} [d'affaire, incident]repercussions
2 Words: Verbs
se combiner [fam.] [plan, affaire]to work out
dr. se juger [affaire]to be heard [case]
3 Words: Verbs
aller son train [affaire]to be getting on all right
donner suite à qc. [plainte, affaire]to follow sth. up
se dépatouiller de qc. [situation, affaire]to pull oneself out of sth.
3 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Valmy [1792] [aussi : bataille ou affaire du camp de la Lune]Battle of Valmy [1792] [also: Cannonade of Valmy] [first major victory by the army of France during the Revolutionary Wars, preventing the Prussian Army marching on Paris]
4 Words: Verbs
vouloir se retirer de qc. [accord, affaire]to want out of sth. [e.g. a deal]
4 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. naut. bataille {f} de l'île d'Aix [1809] [aussi : affaire des brûlots]Battle of the Basque Roads [1809] [also: Battle of Aix Roads] [major naval battle of the Napoleonic Wars, leaving many French ships badly damaged or trapped in home ports]
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