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

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French English
épargner (qc.) [argent]
14
to save (sth.) [money]
fin. virer qc. [argent, salaire]
12
to transfer sth. [money, salary]
bourse fin. placer qc. [son argent]
3
to invest sth. [one's money]
gagner qc. [argent, salaire]
2
to get sth. [earn money, salary]
affluer [argent, capitaux]to flow
allouer qc. [argent, etc.]to allocate sth. [money etc.]
amasser qc. [argent]to rake in sth. [coll.] [money]
fin. aventurer qc. [argent]to risk sth.
fin. camoufler qc. [argent] [mettre en lieu sûr]to hide sth.
claquer qc. [fam.] [argent, paie]to blow sth. [coll.] [money, pay]
détourner qc. [soustraire illégalement de l'argent]to misapply sth. [money]
gâcher qc. [temps, argent]to fritter away sth.
réclamer qn./qc. [personne, chose, argent]to ask for sb./sth.
récolter qc. [argent]to take sth. (in) [money]
recueillir qc. [information, vote, argent, etc.]to collect sth. [gather]
toucher qc. [recevoir (argent, pension, récompense)]to receive sth. [money, pension, reward, award]
fin. verser qc. [argent]to pay in sth.
Nouns
perte {f} [de temps, d'argent]
12
waste [of time, money]
allocation {f} [argent]
11
assignment
fin. monnaie billet {m} [argent]banknote
fin. blé {m} [fig.] [argot] [argent]dough [coll.] [money]
cash {m} [fam.] [argent]cash
dépense {f} [emploi d'argent]spending
détenteur {m} [d'armes, argent]possessor
détentrice {f} [d'armes, argent]possessor [female]
galette {f} [fam.] [argent]dough [coll.] [money]
magot {m} [fam.] [argent amassé]booty [coll.] [hoard of amassed money]
monnaie {f} [petites pièces, argent rendu]change [coins, money in exchange]
matériel occup. orfèvre {f} [en argent]silversmith [female]
matériel occup. orfèvre {m} [en argent]silversmith
pension {f} [argent]pension [retirement money]
pognon {m} [fam.] [argent]dough [coll.] [money]
fin. trèfle {m} [argent] [fam.]bread [money] [coll.]
fin. trèfle {m} [argent] [fam.]dough [money] [coll.]
2 Words: Verbs
fin. faire valoir qc. [argent]to put sth. to work
fin. jeux miser qc. [argent] (sur qn./qc.)to bet sth. [money] (on sb./sth.)
se raréfier [nourriture, denrée, argent]to become scarce
3 Words: Verbs
fin. couler à flots [argent] [fig.]to flow freely [fig.]
répartition {f} de qc. [argent, biens, travail, rôles] (entre qn./qc.)sharing out of sth. (among sb./sth.)
3 Words: Nouns
répartition {f} de qc. [argent, biens, travail, rôles] (entre qn./qc.)sharing out of sth. (between sb./sth.)
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