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Dictionary French English: [by]

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éduc. Plus est en vous.[A motto used by a number of colleges, including Gordonstoun School (Scotland), roughly translated as 'There is more in you'.]
sinon {adv} [mot de transition]anyway [by the way]
électif {adj}elective [achieved by election]
pol. électoral {adj}elective [achieved by election]
accidentel {adj}incidental [occurring by chance]
pol. sans étiquette {adj}independent [not belonging to or supported by a political party]
au même moment {adv}meanwhile [by way of contrast]
devant {prep}past [by, in front of]
apparenté {adj}related [by birth]
sonné {adj} {past-p} [fam.] [étourdi par un choc physique ou émotionnel]stunned [by a physical or emotional shock]
bruni {adj} {past-p}tanned [by the sun]
par l'intermédiaire de {prep}via [by the agency of]
retrouver qn. [rejoindre]
to meet sb. [by arrangement]
croiser qn.
to meet sb. [by chance]
trafic rouler [véhicule]
to ride [by vehicle]
envahir qc. [eau]
to engulf sth. [by flooding]
tendre qc. [corde, fil, câble]
to tighten sth. [by stretching out]
ranger qc. [par classement]to arrange sth. [by classification]
étreindre qn. [fig.] [oppresser]to constrain sb. [e.g. by pain]
météo. gêner qc. [événement]to disrupt sth. [e.g. by bad weather]
aviat. aller en avionto fly [by plane]
gagner du fric [fam.]to hustle [sl.] [to earn one's living by illicit means]
aller de pair avec qc.to involve sth. [include, be accompanied by]
se défendre [fam.] [se débrouiller]to manage [get by]
s'accorder avec qc.to observe sth. [adhere to sth., abide by sth.]
retourner qn.to shake sb. [eg. by bad news]
décrocher qc. [fam.] [obtenir]to snag sth. [Am.] [coll.] [obtain by quick action or good fortune]
spoiler qc. [fam.] [gâcher par des révélations]to spoil sth. [ruin by revealing]
faire durer qc. [approvisionnement]to stretch sth. [by saving]
pêcher qc. à la traineto troll sth. [fish by trailing bait]
visiter (qn./qc.)to visit (sb./sth.) [when a person, a visit to a sick person or prisoner by a doctor or priest, not a social visit]
trottinette {f}
scooter [used by a child]
recueil {m} [d'un auteur]
collection [of works by an author]
hist. mil. chevauchée {f}[a raiding method of medieval warfare for weakening the enemy, primarily by burning and pillaging enemy territory]
agr. mus. ranz {m} des vaches [suisse][simple melody traditionally played on the horn by the Swiss Alpine herdsmen as they drove their cattle to or from the pasture]
mus. musette {f} [sorte d'accordéon]accordion [also a dance accompanied by accordian]
géogr. Antilles {f.pl}Antilles [archipelago bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the south and west, the Gulf of Mexico to the northwest, and the Atlantic Ocean to the north and east]
hist. mil. vêt. bonnet {m} d'oursonbearskin [headgear worn by French grenadiers]
bile {f} [sécrétée par le foie, irascibilité]bile [secreted by the liver, irascibility]
relig. évêché {m}bishopric [area served by bishop]
chasse ichtyo. prise {f} accessoirebycatch [also: by-catch]
relig. vêt. chasuble {f}chasuble [tunic worn by a priest]
littérat. recueil {m}corpus [collection of writings by author]
hist. pol. Directoire {m} [1795-1799]Directory [1795-1799] [also: Directorate] [governing five-member committee in the French First Republic from 1795 until 1799, when it was overthrown by Napoleon Bonaparte]
voiture {f} à chevaldray [cart pulled by a horse]
voyage {m} en avionflying [travelling by air]
fin. Giro {m} [virement bancaire]giro [Br.] [cheque by giro, esp. social security payment]
éraflure {f} (par balle)graze [caused by gunshot]
hist. mil. vêt. gippon {m} [pourpoint que les hommes portaient sous une armure]jerkin [worn by men under armour]
arts kōlam {m}Kolam [traditional decorative Asian art that is drawn by using rice flour as per age-old conventions]
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