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French-English translation for: [conversation]
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décousu {adj} [histoire, discours, exposé, conversation]rambling
élevé {adj} [conversation]at a very high level
intime {adj} [vie, carnet, journal, conversation]private
abréger qc.to cut sth. short [trip, conversation]
déraper [conversation]to veer off
dévier [conversation]to drift [e.g. conversation]
égayer qc. [conversation, soirée]to enliven sth.
entamer qc. [conversation]to strike up sth. [conversation]
entretenir qc. [feu, conversation, rivalités]to keep sth. going
interrompre qc. [relations, dialogue]to break sth. off [relations, conversation]
intervenir [prendre la parole]to interpose [in a conversation]
intervenir [prendre la parole]to step in [in a conversation]
intervenir [prendre la parole]to weigh in [in a conversation]
placer qc. [remarque, anecdote]to slip sth. in [remark in a conversation]
ranimer qc. [conversation]to liven up sth.
rebondir [conversation]to start up again
relancer qc. [conversation, projet, idée]to recommence sth. [conversation, project, idea]
s'éteindre [conversation]to tail off
interlocuteur {m} [dans une conversation]
interlocutor [male person to whom one is talking]
bribes {f.pl} [conversation]scraps of conversation
conversation {f}talk [conversation]
entretien {m} [conversation]discussion
interlocutrice {f} [dans une conversation]interlocutor [female person to whom one is talking]
2 Words: Verbs
interrompre qc. brutalement [conversation]to barge into sth. [interrupt a conversation]
s'agrémenter de qc. [conversation]to be laced with sth. [in a conversation]
s'orienter vers qn.to turn to sb. [in conversation]
se ranimer [conversation]to liven up
3 Words: Verbs
aller bon train [conversation]to flow easily
être mêlé à qc. [conversation]to be included in sth. [conversation]
meubler la conversationto keep the ball rolling [idiom] [in a conversation]
tenir le crachoir [fig.] [monopoliser la parole]to hold the floor [fig.] [monopolise the conversation]
4 Words: Others
télécom. Je vous la passe. [communication téléphonique]I'll put you through to her. [telephone conversation]
télécom. Je vous le passe. [communication téléphonique]I'll put you through to him. [telephone conversation]
4 Words: Verbs
combler un vide dans qc. [conversation]to bridge a gap in sth. [conversation]
5+ Words: Verbs
être la fable de la ville [le sujet de conversation]to be the talk of the town
s'immiscer dans la conversation de qn.to intrude [participate in a conversation uninvited]
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