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Dictionary French English: [position]

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sur {prep}
over [also: position of superiority]
supérieur {adj} [plus haut dans l'espace]
upper [in position]
pol. relig. [position politique favorable au maintien du statut officiel de l'Église anglicane comme religion d'État en Angleterre]antidisestablishmentarianism
surélevé {adj} [position]commanding
élevé {adj} [rang, position]exalted [elevated]
au-delà de {prep}past [beyond in position]
inattaquable {adj} [forteresse, position]unassailable
incommode {adj} [logement, position]uncomfortable
au-dessous {adv}underneath [fixed position]
to lie [to be in / go into a horizontal position]
rectifier qc. [position, chiffres]to adjust sth.
maintenir qc. en équilibreto balance sth. [put or keep in a position]
consolider qc. [position, résultat, dette]to consolidate sth.
affermir qc. [consolider] [pouvoir, position]to consolidate sth. [power, position]
se raidir [fam.] [position, attitude, vues]to harden [position, attitude, views]
pol. durcir qc. [position]to harden sth. [position]
être allongéto lie [to be in a horizontal position]
posture {f}
posture [bodily position]
poste {m} [emploi]appointment [office, position]
sport nageur {m} de têtebow [position on a rowing boat] [also: bowman, bowperson]
éduc. occup. chaire {f} [poste de professeur]chair [position at university]
élévation {f} [hauteur, rang]elevation [height, high social position]
position {f} de repli [fig.]plan B [fallback position]
attitude {f} [position]posture
parti {m} prisstance [position, bias]
prise {f} de positionstance [position, bias]
sport chef {m} de nagestroke [position on a rowing boat]
sommet {m} [aussi fig.]top [also fig. in terms of highest position]
2 Words: Others
tranché {adj} {past-p} [opinion, position, réponse]clear-cut
2 Words: Verbs
se consolider [position]to be consolidated
adm. occup. être vacant [emploi, poste]to be open [job, position]
se posterto plant oneself [position oneself]
2 Words: Nouns
méd. position {f} latérale de sécurité <PLS>coma position [recovery position]
question {f} cruciale [question qui oblige son interlocuteur à une prise de position sans ambiguïté]crucial question
question {f} cruciale [question qui oblige son interlocuteur à une prise de position sans ambiguïté]crunch question [coll.]
position {f} du missionnairemissionary position [sexual intercourse position]
sport ailier {m} gaucheoutside left [left wing] [position or player]
sport ailier {m} droitoutside right [right wing] [position or player]
3 Words: Others
tranché {adj} {past-p} [opinion, position, réponse]cut-and-dried [coll.]
3 Words: Verbs
caracoler [avoir une position favorable]to be well ahead
s'assouplir [position, attitude]to become less rigid
se montrer digne de qc.to live up to sth. [e.g. social position]
gravir qc. [position haute]to rise up to sth. [the top, a position]
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]
sport garde {f} [position de défense]on-guard position [guard]
4 Words: Others
moyen {adj} [solution, position]middle-of-the-road
5+ Words: Nouns
question {f} cruciale [question qui oblige son interlocuteur à une prise de position sans ambiguïté]sixty-four-thousand-dollar question [coll.]
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