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Dictionary French English: [do]

Translation 1 - 33 of 33

FrenchEnglish
hist. relig. cyrillique {adj}Cyrillian [having to do with Cyril of Alexandria]
pas sincère {adj}disingenuous [context: It is disingenuous to do sth.]
Verbs
agir [accomplir une action, se comporter]
24
to act [do, behave]
projeter qc. [prévoir]
7
to plan sth. [have in mind to do]
faire foirer qc. [fam.]to bugle sth. [coll.] [do badly]
faire semblant de faire qc.to fake sth. [pretend to do]
se débrouillerto manage [be able to do, get along]
être plus performant que qn.to outperform sb. [do better]
louper qc. [fam.]to tank sth. [coll.] [do less well than one could have done]
apprendre qc. à qn. [enseigner un savoir faire]to teach sb. sth. [how to do it]
2 Words: Others
Ché pas. [fam.] [Je ne sais pas.]I dunno. [coll.] [I do not know.]
2 Words: Verbs
avoir le tempsto be free [have time to do sth.]
flâner [ne rien faire]to hang about [idiom] [do nothing]
se débrouillerto help onself [fend, make do]
tenir la maison [loc.]to keep house [idiom] [do housework]
faire foirer qc. [fam.]to screw sth. up [sl.] [do badly]
3 Words: Verbs
jouer le grand jeu [loc.]to press every button [idiom] [to (try to) do everything possible]
jouer sur tous les registres [loc.]to press every button [idiom] [to (try to) do everything possible]
se proposer de faire qc. [avoir pour but de]to propose to do sth. [aim to do]
inciter qn. à qc.to put sb. up to sth. [coll.] [to encourage sb. to do sth. (wrong or unwise)]
entraîner qn. à faire qc.to put sb. up to sth. [coll.] [to encourage sb. to do sth. (wrong or unwise)]
4 Words: Others
désœuvré {adj}at a loose end [fig.] [coll.] [having nothing to do]
Enchanté !How do you do? [Br.] [response to an introduction]
4 Words: Verbs
avoir intérêt à faire qc.to do well to do sth.
5+ Words: Others
Enchanté. [de faire votre connaissance]Delighted to meet you, how do you do?
inform. Ne pas éteindre, ni ouvrir ou fermer de capots.Do not turn off the device; do not open or close any covers.
Que voulez-vous que j'y fasse ?What do you want me to do about it?
5+ Words: Verbs
ne pas trop savoir quoi faireto be at a loose end [fig.] [coll.] [also: at loose ends] [not knowing what to do next]
se démener pour faire qc.to do one's damnedest to do sth. [coll.]
faire qc. pour la beauté du geste [loc.]to do sth. because it is a nice thing to do
en faire des tonnes [loc.]to lay it on a bit thick [idiom] [to do sth. excessively]
faire son maximumto put one's best foot forward [Br.] [idiom] [do one's utmost]
donner le meilleur de soi-mêmeto put one's best foot forward [Br.] [idiom] [do one's utmost]
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