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Dictionary French English: [idiom]

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FrenchEnglish
partir en flèche [loc.]to skyrocket [idiom]
faire de la retape [fam.] [loc.] [de prostituée]to streetwalk [coll.] [idiom] [of a prostitute]
2 Words: Others
pied à pied {adv} [pas à pas]by degrees [idiom] [step by step]
Dieu m'en garde ! [vieilli] [loc.]Heaven forbid! [idiom]
Noblesse oblige. [loc.]Noblesse oblige. [idiom]
Les langues marchent. [locution]Tongues wag. [idiom]
2 Words: Verbs
jouer les durs [loc.] [fam.]to act tough [coll.] [idiom]
faire la fine bouche [locution]to be choosey [idiom]
se défiler [fam.]to clear off [coll.] [to go away] [idiom]
couper la parole à qn.to cut sb. short [idiom]
tomber dans l'oreille d'un sourd [loc.]to go unheeded [idiom]
tuer le temps [loc.]to kill time [idiom]
fin. faire fortune [richesses]to make good [idiom] [moneywise]
faire marcher qn. [loc.]to pull sb.'s leg [idiom]
réchapper à qc.to ride sth. out [idiom]
fin. faire fortune [richesses]to strike oil [fig.] [idiom]
prendre qc. à la légère [loc.]to take sth. easy [idiom]
prendre qc. à la légère [loc.]to treat sth. lightly [idiom]
construire des châteaux en Espagne [loc.] [fig.]to whistle Dixie [Am.] [idiom]
2 Words: Nouns
brebis {f} galeuse [fig.] [loc.]black sheep [fig.] [idiom]
mil. chair {f} à canon [fam.]cannon fodder [idiom]
3 Words: Others
méd. rayonnant de santé {adj} {pres-p}bursting with health [idiom]
en flagrant délit {adv}dead to rights {adv} [Am.] [coll.] [idiom]
Il est cuit ! [fam.] [locution]He's done for. [fam.] [idiom]
en termes simples {adv}in layman's terms [idiom]
en pleine cambrousse {adv} [fam.]in the sticks [idiom]
Motus (et bouche cousue). [loc.]Mum's the word. [idiom]
dans ces eaux-là {adv} [fam.] [loc.]there or thereabouts [coll.] [idiom] [approximately]
Il y a de l'orage dans l'air. [fam.] [loc.]Trouble is brewing. [idiom]
3 Words: Verbs
abonder dans le sens de qn. [locution]to agree wholeheartedly with sb. [idiom]
être toute ouïe [loc.]to be all ears [idiom]
s'ennuyer mortellementto be bored stiff [coll.] [idiom]
être vieux jeu [fam.] [locution]to be old school [coll.] [idiom]
être plein aux as [fam.] [loc.]to be stinking rich [coll.] [idiom]
avoir une dent contre qn. [locution]to bear sb. a grudge [idiom]
se plier en quatreto bend over backwards [idiom]
brûler ses vaisseaux [fig.] [loc.]to burn one's boats [fig.] [idiom]
donner le tonto call the shots [coll.] [idiom]
donner le tonto call the tune [coll.] [idiom]
pour couronner le toutto cap it all [fig.] [idiom]
faire du foin [fam.] [loc.] [scandale]to cause a stir [coll.] [idiom] [scandal]
se raviserto change one's mind [idiom]
liquider l'assiette [fam.] [loc.] [manger tout]to clear the plate [coll.] [idiom] [eat everything]
fin. faire fortune [richesses]to come into money [idiom]
épauler qn.to come through for sb. [idiom]
croiser le fer avec qn. [loc.]to cross swords with sb. [idiom]
franchir le Rubicon [loc.]to cross the Rubicon [idiom]
pour couronner le toutto crown it all [fig.] [idiom]
prendre la clé des champs [loc.]to do a runner [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
faire une bourde [fam.] [loc.]to drop a clanger [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
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