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franchement {adv} [parler, s'exprimer]
4
frankly
commis {adj} {past-p} [attentat, meurtre]committed [murder or attempt on sb.'s life]
Tant mieux ! [fam.]Good! [that's good news!]
pschitt [bruit de gaz qui s'échappe]hiss
vivement {adv} [s'intéresser]keenly
méd. mongolien {adj} [vieux] [péj.] [trisomique]mongoloid [dated] [péj.] [with Down's syndrome]
franchement {adv} [parler, s'exprimer]openly
Justement !Quite! [agreeing with someone's opinion]
en {prep} [lieu  l'on va]to [place where one's going]
Verbs
bourse fin. placer qc. [son argent]
3
to invest sth. [one's money]
crouler [s'effondrer]
2
to collapse [building]
loc. avaler des couleuvres [fam.][to allow one's self to be insulted]
jeux lancer et attrapercatch [children's game] [throwing and catching an object, e.g. a ball]
se cavaler [fam.] [s'enfuir]to bolt [flee]
asticoter qn. [fam.]to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]
mettre qn. sur les dents [fam.] [loc.]to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves] [idiom]
se cavaler [fam.] [s'enfuir]to bunk [Br.] [sl.] [to flee]
serrer qc. [dans ses mains]to clench sth. [in one's hands]
se désagréger [s'écrouler]to collapse
déserterto desert [from the military, one's duties etc.]
se faire discret [s'éclipser]to disappear
ébouriffer qc. [cheveux, etc.]to dishevel sth. [sb.'s hair]
s'arranger [s'améliorer] [temps, situation]to improve [weather, situation]
intriguer qn.to intrigue sb. [arouse sb.'s curiosity]
clamer qc. [innocence]to maintain sth. [e.g. one's innocence]
entarter qn.to pie sb. [throw a custard pie in sb.'s face]
naut. tech. radouber qc. [navire]to repair sth. [ship's hull]
se cavaler [fam.] [s'enfuir]to scarper [Br.] [coll.]
déguerpir [fam.] [s'enfuir]to scarper [Br.] [coll.] [flee]
se caler [s'installer]to settle
se fixer [s'installer]to settle
se cavaler [fam.] [s'enfuir]to skedaddle [coll.]
s'accroupirto squat [go down on one's haunches]
rallier qn.to sway sb. [change sb.'s mind]
se pâmer [vieilli] [s'évanouir]to swoon [dated] [faint]
raidir qc.to tense sth. [a muscle, one's body, etc.]
se cavaler [fam.] [s'enfuir]to vamoose [Am.] [sl.]
Nouns
fin. hist. mil. Négociants {m.pl} réunis [1799-1806][group of bankers who funded Napoleon's military government]
lèse-majesté {f}[offense against a sovereign; or, more generally, any slight or insult that wounds someone's dignity.]
méd. maladie {f} d'AlzheimerAlzheimer's [coll.] [Alzheimer's disease]
récupération {f} [d'idées]appropriation [e.g. of someone else's ideas]
mus. baguette {f}baton [conductor's wand]
anat. nichon {m} [fam.]boob [coll.] [woman's breast]
anat. nichons {m.pl} [fam.]boobies [coll.] [woman's breasts]
anat. nichons {m.pl} [fam.]boobs [coll.] [woman's breasts]
vêt. slip {m} [hommes]briefs {pl} [men's underpants]
confrérie {f}brotherhood [fraternity, men's society]
poussette {f}buggy [child's pushchair]
comm. fin. commission {f}commission [brokerage, agent's fee]
ménagement {m}consideration [for sb., sb.'s feelings etc.]
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