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French-English translation for: [line-up]
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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]
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]
méd. pharm. fortifiant {m}restorative [tonic, pick-me-up]
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]
boucler qn. [fam.]to shut sb. up [lock up]
hydro. ensablé {adj} {past-p} [estuaire]filled with sand [postpos.] [silted up]
hydro. ensabler [port, chenal]to fill with sand [silt 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]
faire fissa [fam.]to shake a leg [coll.] [hurry up]
replier qc. [parapluie]to close sth. [fold up] [e.g. umbrella]
perdre la boussole [fam.] [perdre la raison]to snap [coll.] [crack up]
tout ficher en l'air [fam.]to blow it [coll.] [mess up]
sport faire des ballesto knock up [warm up with opponent in tennis]
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]
roder qc. [fig.] [mettre progressivement au point]to polish sth. up [bring up to scratch]
monter qc. [assembler, fixer sur un support]to mount sth. [fix, put up on display]
poser qn. un lapin [loc.]to stand sb. up [not show up for a date]
passer un coup de balai [loc.]to sweep up [idiom] [tidy up with a broom]
faire le poids devant qn./qc. [loc.]to be equal to sb./sth. [measure up]
danse aller sur la piste de danseto take the floor [stand up and start dancing]
en avoir assez de qc. [loc.]to be sick of sth. [idiom] [fed-up, had enough]
en avoir marre de qc. [loc.]to be sick of sth. [idiom] [fed-up, had enough]
dr. testament {m} authentiquelegally certified will [will drawn up by a lawyer in the presence of witnesses]
adm. dr. géogr. parcellaire {m}territory [made up of plots of land]
arch. caquetoir {m}[sheltered area, typically in front of a church, where the parishioners catch up on latest news and gossip]
armes hist. mil. ribaudequin {m}ribauldquin [introduced in 14C - volley gun with many small-caliber iron barrels set up parallel on a platform]
C'est au tour de qn./qc.It is the turn for sb./sth. [It is up to sb./sth.]
faire un croche-pied à qn.to put a spoke in sb.'s wheel [idiom] [trip sb. up]
fin. cours {m} de compensationdaily settlement price [marked-up or marked down according to gains or losses]
hist. mil. infanterie {f} de ligneline infantry [two to four ranks of foot soldiers drawn up side by side in rigid alignment, 17C-19C]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} d'Étrurie [1801-1807]Kingdom of Etruria [1801-1807] [Italian kingdom that made up a large part of modern Tuscany]
sport départ {m}start [starting line]
aviat. sport flotteur {m}float [seaplane, fishing line]
descendance {f}lineage [line of descendants]
chasse hameçon {m}hook [on a fishing line]
ind. chaîne {f} [de montage]line [assembly line]
rang {m} [gens, plantes, points]row [line]
rangée {f} [maisons, sièges, livres]row [line]
arrière {m}back [rear, hidden or last in line]
ichtyo. mouiller qc. [ligne]to cast sth. [e.g. fishing line]
comm. ind. arrêt {m} de la productiondiscontinuation [of a product line]
laisser courir qc. [fam.]to pay out sth. [fishing line, cable]
étendre le lingeto put the washing out [on a line]
méd. être sous perfusionto be on an IV [short for: ... an intravenous line]
comm. ind. annonce {f} d'arrêt de la productionannouncement of discontinuation [of a product line]
méd. mettre qn. sous perfusionto insert an IV in sb. [short for: ... an intravenous line]
fluctuation {f} soudaine [sur un graphique]blip [sharp deviation on a graph from a straight line]
géogr. pol. Maryland {m} [État du Nord-Est des États-Unis]Maryland <MD> [Free State, Old Line State]
dr. collatéral {m} [succession, ligne]collateral [succession, line of descent]
hist. mus. neumes {f.pl}neumes [basic elements of musical notation before the invention of five-line staff notation]
hist. pol. maison {f} de Hanovre [1635-1918]House of Hanover [1635-1918] [also: House of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Hanover line] [German royal house that ruled Hanover, Great Britain, and Ireland at various times during the 17C to 20C]
hist. pol. Charles {m} IV le Bel [1294-1328] [aussi : Charles de la Marche]Charles IV the Fair [1294-1328] [last king of the direct line of the House of Capet, King of France from 1322 to 1328]
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