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mus. RadioTV théâtre programmation {f} [musique, spectacle, émission]lineup [also: line-up] [music, acts billed for a show, schedule of events]
trains rampe {f}gradient [up]
éclairci {adj} {past-p}clarified [cleared up]
rangerto clean [tidy up]
montage {m} [assemblement]assembly [set-up]
remontant {m}tonic [pick-me-up]
inform. démarrer qc.to boot sth. [start up]
replier qc.to collapse sth. [fold up]
inventer qc.to conceive sth. [think up]
méd. pharm. fortifiant {m}restorative [tonic, pick-me-up]
agr. zool. transhumance {f}cattle drive [up to alpine pastures]
tabasser qn.to lam sb. [coll.] [beat up]
supporter qn.to stand sb. [put up with]
étayer qc. [raisonnement]to support sth. [back up]
nouveau genre {adj}modern [up-to-date; often pej.: newfangled]
piler qn. [fam.]to lam sb. [coll.] [beat up]
tabasser qn.to shellac sb. [Am.] [sl.] [beat up]
scinder qc.to split sth. [split up, break down]
se dessaisir de qc.to yield sth. [give up]
sous huitaine {adv}next week [up to maximum 8 days]
ragaillardir qn.to pep sb. up [coll.] [cheer up]
boucler qn. [fam.]to shut sb. up [lock up]
ichtyo. vêt. cuissarde {f}hip wader [extending up to the mid-thigh]
hydro. ensablé {adj} {past-p} [estuaire]filled with sand [postpos.] [silted up]
hydro. ensabler [port, chenal]to fill with sand [silt up]
Ça va ? [loc.](')Sup? [sl.] [idiom] [What's up?]
frayer qc.to clear sth. [open up a way through]
passer prendre qn./qc.to collect sb./sth. [pick up]
coffrer qn. [fam.]to nick sb. [Br.] [coll.] [lock up]
donner suite à qc. [projet]to pursue sth. [follow up]
mettre qc. à jourto upgrade sth. [bring up-to-date]
dr. coup {m} de filet [fig.] [fam.]sweep [raid, round-up]
laper qc.to lap (at) sth. [lick up with tongue]
faire fissa [fam.]to shake a leg [coll.] [hurry up]
à la dernière mode {adj}modern [up-to-date; often pej.: newfangled]
replier qc. [parapluie]to close sth. [fold up] [e.g. umbrella]
requinquer qn. [fam.] [regonfler]to pep sb. up [coll.] [cheer up]
perdre la boussole [fam.] [perdre la raison]to snap [coll.] [crack up]
cuis. bouchoyade {f} [suisse][country feast to eat up meat from freshly slaughtered pigs]
se soutenir [se prolonger - attention, intérêt, suspense]to be maintained [kept up]
tout ficher en l'air [fam.]to blow it [coll.] [mess up]
camoufler qc. [crime, défaut, erreur, vérité]to gloss over sth. [cover up]
sport faire des ballesto knock up [warm up with opponent in tennis]
agr. zool. inalpe {f} [suisse] [montée à l'alpage]cattle drive [up to alpine pastures]
agr. zool. poya {f} [suisse] [montée à l'alpage]cattle drive [up to alpine pastures]
changer de braquet [loc.]to move up a gear [idiom] [speed up]
cuis. fête {f} du cochon[country feast to eat up meat from freshly slaughtered pigs]
toucher à sa finto give out [idiom] [be used up, run out]
se retirer (de qc.)to poop out (of sth.) [Am.] [coll.] [give up]
à grande peine {adv}painstakingly [build up, gather with a great deal of effort]
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