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meurtri {adj} {past-p} [aussi fig.]bruised [also fig.]
cathartique {adj} [aussi fig.]cathartic [also fig.]
méd. contagieux {adj} [aussi fig.]contagious [also fig.]
à la dérive {adj} [aussi fig.]drifting [also fig.]
enchanté {adj} {past-p} [aussi fig.]enchanted [also fig.]
explosif {adj} [aussi fig.]explosive [also fig.]
méd. fébrile {adj} [aussi fig.]feverish [also fig.]
méd. fébrilement {adv} [aussi fig.]feverishly [also fig.]
imperméable {adj} [aussi fig.]impervious [also fig.]
incendiaire {adj} [aussi fig.]incendiary [also fig.]
méd. infectieux {adj} [aussi fig.]infectious [also fig.]
incendiaire {adj} [fig.]inflammatory [fig.] [provocative]
enivrant {adj} {pres-p} [aussi fig.]intoxicating [also fig.]
mou {adj} [aussi fig.]limp [also fig.]
machiavélique {adj} [aussi fig.]Machiavellian [also fig.]
métallique {adj} [aussi fig. : voix, bruit]metallic [also fig.: voice, sound]
écœurant {adj} [aussi fig.]sickening [also fig.]
ébouriffé {adj} {past-p} [fig.] [surpris]stunned [fig.] [amazed]
venimeux {adj} [aussi fig.]venomous [also fig.]
viscéralement {adv} [aussi fig.]viscerally [also fig.]
ourdi {adj} {past-p} [aussi fig.]warped [also fig.]
établir qc. [fig.] [entente, relations, entreprise]to build sth. [fig.] [relationship, company]
cimenter qc. [aussi fig.]to cement sth. [also fig.]
Unverified bouillonner [aussi fig.]to churn [also fig.] [e.g. stomach, machine, rage]
s'assombrir [fig.] [visage, perspectives]to cloud [fig.] [face, prospects]
coincer qn. [fam.] [fig.]to corner sb. [fig.]
Unverified se rembrunir [aussi fig.]to darken [also fig.]
désamorcer qc. [aussi fig.]to defuse sth. [also fig.]
foudroyer qn. [fig.]to devastate sb. [fig.]
électriser qn./qc. [fig.]to electrify sb./sth. [fig.] [excite, thrill]
arranger qc. [aussi fig.]to fix sth. [also fig.] [sort out]
dr. journ. bâillonner qc. [fig.]to gag sth. [fig.] [censor]
méd. instiller qc. [aussi fig.]to instil sth. [Br.] [also fig.]
méd. instiller qc. [aussi fig.]to instill sth. [Am.] [also fig.]
étiqueter qn./qc. [aussi fig.]to label sb./sth. [also fig.]
pincer qn. [aussi fig. pour arrêter]to pinch sb. [also fig. for arrest]
pontifier [aussi fig., pej.]to pontificate [also fig., pej]
anat. bot. se ramifier [aussi fig.]to ramify [also fig.]
Unverified reluire [aussi fig.]to shine [also fig.]
gober qc. [fam.] [aussi fig.]to swallow sth. [also fig.]
salir qc. [aussi fig.]to taint sth. [also fig.]
torpiller qc. [aussi fig.]to torpedo sth. [also fig.]
se faire la guerre [aussi fig.]to war [also fig.]
arbitre {m} [aussi fig.]arbiter [also fig.]
Unverified fléau {m} [fig.]blight [fig.] [scourge]
aveuglement {m} [aussi fig.]blindness [also fig.]
épanouissement {m} [aussi fig.]blooming [also fig.]
bord {m} [aussi fig.]brink [also fig.]
boucherie {f} [aussi fig.]butchery [also fig.]
cannibalisation {f} [fig.]cannibalism [fig.] [exploiting or repurposing parts of sth.]
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