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French-English translation for: [mur]
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Dictionary French English: [mur]

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French English
constr. costaud {adj} [mur, maison]sturdily built
extérieur {adj} [mur, boulevard]outer
extérieur {adj} [mur, escalier, température]outside
lézardé {adj} {past-p} [mur, etc.]cracked [wall etc.]
constr. pourri {adj} [mur]crumbling
épingler qc. [au mur, etc.]
to pin sth. [to the wall etc.]
saper qc. [mur, falaise, moral]
to undermine sth. [wall, cliff, morale]
percer qc. [mur, bois]
to drill sth. [bore a hole through]
constr. abattre qc. [mur, bâtiment, etc.]to tear sth. down
constr. bomber [mur]to bulge out
arch. constr. chaperonner qc. [mur]to cope sth. [wall]
constr. consolider qc. [mur]to strengthen sth.
constr. déchausser qc. [mur]to expose the foundations of sth.
constr. décrépir qc. [mur, surface]to remove roughcast from sth.
tech. égrener qc. [mur, plâtre, fer]to smooth sth. off
constr. élever qc. [barrière, barricade, mur]to put sth. up [construct]
constr. étayer qc. [mur]to buttress sth.
constr. étayer qc. [mur]to underpin sth.
étayer qc. [mur]to prop sth. up
constr. étayer qc. [mur]to shore up sth.
franchir qc. [mur, barrière, clôture]to get over sth.
constr. maintenir qc. [bâtiment, mur]to support sth.
constr. sylv. pencher [objet, tour, arbre, mur]to lean
percer qc. [mur, bois]to bore a hole through sth.
placarder qc. [mur]to cover sth. with posters
constr. plâtrer qc. [mur, etc.]to plaster sth. [wall etc.]
constr. relever qc. [mur]to rebuild sth.
constr. repiquer qc. [mur]to key sth. [e.g. a wall]
constr. revêtir qc. [bâtiment, façade, mur]to face sth. [building, façade, wall]
constr. abattage {m} [d'un mur, d'une maison]knocking down
brèche {f} [dans un mur]hole
arch. enceinte {f} [mur]surrounding wall
sport fronton {m}  la pelote basque] [mur]front wall
arch. guichet {m} [dans mur, porte]grille
constr. latte {f} [de plafond, mur]lath
pan {m} [partie du mur]section of a wall
constr. plinthe {f} [de mur]baseboard [Am.] [Can.]
constr. plinthe {f} [de mur]skirting board [Br.]
audio sonorité {f} [d'un plancher, mur]resonance
audio sonorité {f} [d'un plancher, mur]sonority
2 Words: Verbs
arch. constr. adosser à qc. [mur, porte]to abut on sth.
s'adosser à qc. [mur, porte]to lean against sth.
constr. se décrépir [façade, mur]to crumble
se tasser [mur]to settle [e.g. a wall]
se tasser [mur]to subside [e.g. a wall]
3 Words: Others
arts couvert de graffitis {adj} {past-p} [mur, façade]covered in graffiti
3 Words: Verbs
être séparé par qc. [rivière, mur]to be separated by sth.
se prolonger jusqu'à qc. [chemin, route, voie ferrée, mur, clôture]to extend as far as sth.
se prolonger jusqu'à qc. [chemin, route, voie ferrée, mur, clôture]to go as far as sth.
4 Words: Verbs
dégouliner le long de qc. [mur, fenêtre]to trickle down sth.
constr. s'écarter de la verticale [mur]to be out of plumb
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