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Dictionary French English: [out]

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en panne {adj}down [out of order]
occup. au chômage {adj}redundant [esp. Br.] [out of work]
réfléchi {adj}thoughtful [well thought out]
debout {adj} [éveillé]up [coll.] [out of bed]
arracher qc. [dent]
to pull sth. [take out]
arranger qc. [aussi fig.]
to fix sth. [also fig.] [sort out]
tendre qc. [corde, fil, câble]
to tighten sth. [by stretching out]
équi. hist. caparaçonner qc. [cheval]to caparison sth. [horse] [to deck out in rich decorative coverings]
censurer qc. [expurger]to censor sth. [edit out]
caviarder qc.to censor sth. [to edit out]
combiner qc. [planifier]to contrive sth. [work out]
jaillirto eruct [erupt, spew out]
exécuter qc. [réaliser]to execute sth. [carry out, put into action]
ajuster qc.to fix sth. [repair, remedy, neaten, sort out]
proscrire qc. [bannir, interdire]to foreclose sth. [exclude, rule out]
déterrer qc.to grub sth. [dig out]
immo. louer qc.to let sth. [esp. Br.] [rent (out)]
choper qn. [fam.]to nobble sb. [sl.] [catch out]
saillirto project [stick out]
occup. faire grèveto strike [come out on strike]
faire le tri de qc.to winnow sth. [fig.] [sort out, remove, from a group or mass]
enlèvement {m}
removal [taking out]
débours {m}disbursement [money paid out]
déboursement {m}disbursement [paying out]
élimination {f}disposal [throwing out, rejection]
mil. exfiltration {f}exfiltration [removal of personnel out of a hostile area]
expiration {f}exhalation [breathing out]
sport centre {m} de fitnessgym [for working out]
ling. épellation {f}spelling [spelling out]
2 Words: Others
épuisé par une nuit blanche {adj} {past-p}bleary-eyed [fig.] [tired out]
Fous le camp, salaud ! [fam.] [loc.]Gertcha cowson! [Br.] [sl.] [dated] [Get out of here you bastard!]
2 Words: Verbs
être fauchéto be broke [idiom] [out of money]
être levé [personne]to be up [out of bed]
mettre la clé / clef sous la porte [loc.]to close down [go out of business]
répartir qc. entre qn.to divide sth. between sb. [share out]
se leverto get up [from a chair, out of bed]
se leverto get up [get out of bed]
toucher à sa finto give out [idiom] [be used up, run out]
littérat. s'essouffler [auteur]to go stale [fig.] [run out of ideas]
jaillirto spew (out) [gush out]
3 Words: Verbs
être agacéto be worked up [stressed out]
loc. se tenir à quatre [loc.]to bite one's lip [idiom] [to avoid saying something out of place]
se démener comme un diable dans un bénitier [loc.]to struggle like mad [to get oneself out of a predicament]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Marengo [1800]Battle of Marengo [1800] [French forces under First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte defeated and drove the Austrian forces out of Italy, consolidating Napoleon's political position]
géogr. hist. mil. bataille {f} de Smolensk [1812]Battle of Smolensk [1812] [1st major battle of the French invasion of Russia, where the Grande Armée drove the Russian Army out of the city]
4 Words: Verbs
se découper sur qc.to be in contrast to sth. [stand out against a background]
faire traîner son repas [loc.]to draw out one's meal [idiom] [take a long time over, drag out]
se tenir peinard [fam.] [loc.]to keep one's nose clean [coll.] [idiom] [stay out of trouble]
4 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. bataille {f} des Pyramides [1798]Battle of the Pyramids [1798] [also: Battle of Embabeh] [French army, under Napoleon Bonaparte, scored a decisive victory, wiping out almost the entire Ottoman army located in Egypt]
5+ Words: Others
prov. Loin des yeux, loin du cœur.Out of sight, out of mind.
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