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Dictionary French English: [départ]

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proche {adj} [dans le futur : moment, départ, événement]imminent
prompt {adj} [retournement, départ]sudden
avancer qc. [départ, voyage]to bring forward sth.
détalerto bolt [depart rapidly]
différer qc. [départ, réunion, décision]to delay sth. [postpone]
différer qc. [départ, réunion, décision]to postpone sth.
différer qc. [départ, réunion, décision]to suspend sth. [defer]
différer qc. [départ, réunion, décision]to hold sth. over [defer]
différer qc. [départ, réunion, décision]to put sth. off
différer qc. [départ, réunion, décision]to defer sth. until later
différer qc. [départ, réunion, décision]to place sth. on hold
partirto go away [leave, depart]
précipiter qc. [départ, décision, réforme]to hasten sth.
presser qc. [départ]to hasten sth.
reculer qc. [moment du départ]to put sth. off
repousser qc. [départ, rendez-vous]to defer sth. [postpone]
repousser qc. [départ, rendez-vous]to put sth. back [postpone]
naut. appareillage {m} [départ]casting off
sport starter {m} [tireur du départ des courses]starter [who fires the starting pistol]
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s'en allerto leave [depart, go away]
s'en allerto go away [leave, depart]
se débiner [fam.]to scram [coll.] [depart]
3 Words
rester en arrière [après le départ des autres]to stay behind
4 Words
trains se mettre en marcheto pull out [depart]
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