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busqué {adj} {past-p} [p. ex. nez ]hooked [e.g. nose]
écol. pol. écologiste {adj} [p. ex. les Verts]green [attr.]
froissé {adj} {past-p} [p. ex. tissu]crinkled
froissé {adj} {past-p} [p. ex. tissu]crumpled
solide {adj} [matériaux, p. ex. chaussures, meubles]strong [material, eg. shoes, furniture]
Verbs
fin. imputer qc. [par ex. une dépense à un budget]
2
to charge sth. [esp. allocate to a budget]
bousiller qc. [p. ex. maison]to mess sth. up [e.g. house]
dénouer qc. [p. ex. situation, crise]to ease sth. [situation]
déposer qn. [par ex. à la gare]to drop sb. (off) [e.g. at the station]
ling. franciser qc. [p. ex. nom]to Frenchify sth. [eg name]
rouler [par ex. : pelote de laine]to tumble [roll]
Nouns
bonhomme {m} [ex.: un vieux bonhomme]
2
fellow [ex.: an old fellow]
délivrance {f} [p. ex. d'un passport]issuance [e.g. passport]
entorse {f} [p. ex. au règlement] [fig.]infringement
placement {m} [positionnement, action de placer, p. ex. chômeurs, enfants]placing [action of putting or being positioned]
regain {m} [p. ex. d'optimisme]resurgence [eg of optimism]
2 Words
attacher qc. à qc. [p.ex. vélo]to lock sth. to sth. [e.g. bike]
faire brûler qc. [ex. maison]to burn sth. down [e.g. house]
méd. opérer qn. de qc. [p. ex. genou/foie]to operate on the sth. of sb. [eg knee/liver]
dr. s'accompagner de qc. [p.ex un contrat]to be accompanied by sth. [eg a contract]
se croire qc. [p. ex. intelligent]to consider oneself (as) sth. [eg intelligent]
se croire qc. [p. ex. intelligent]to fancy oneself (as) sth. [eg intelligent]
se faire qc. [devenir] [ex.: La chaleur se faisait de plus en plus grande.]to become sth.
se tendre [p.ex. corde]to tighten (up) [e.g. rope]
valoir qc.à qn. [p. ex. respect, punition]to earn sb. sth. [e.g. respect, punishment]
dr. prestation {f} compensatoire [somme versée à un ex-époux]alimony [Am.] [payment to a former spouse]
3 Words
tapis {m} de course [p.ex. caisse de supermarché]conveyor belt [e.g. supermarket checkout]
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