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Dictionary French English: [something]

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FrenchEnglish
Au feu !Fire! [something is burning]
Verbs
ajuster qc.to sort sth. [Br.] [coll.] [deal with something by repairing or organizing it]
Nouns
aubaine {f} [bonne affaire]bargain [something cheaper than expected]
pellicule {f}film [cinematic, photographic or thin layer of something]
initiation {f}initiation [acceptance into something, admission]
souvenir {m}recollection [memory, something remembered]
réfractaire {m}  l'armée, au vaccin, au progrès]refusenik [coll.] [a person who refuses or declines something]
concession {f} symboliquesop [something unimportant given to avoid trouble]
pierre {f} de touche [fig.]touchstone [fig.] [standard or criterion by which something is judged or recognised/recognized]
broutille {f}trifle [something of little importance]
volupté {f}voluptuousness [something sensuously pleasurable]
soudure {f}weld [something welded]
2 Words
être hostile à qc.to object to sth. [to dislike something]
prendre qc. en chargeto pay for sth. [to assume the cost of something]
faire un câlin à qn.to soft-soap sb. [coll. for: flatter in order to gain something]
faire des mamours à qn. [loc.]to soft-soap sb. [idiom] [flatter in order to gain something]
3 Words
Accouche ! [loc.]Spit it out! [idiom] [say something!]
cesser [activité]to (pull) up stumps [Br.] [coll.] [to cease doing something, at least for the day]
se tenir à quatre [loc.]to bite one's lip [idiom] [to avoid saying something out of place]
4 Words
dorer la pilule à qn. [fig.]to sugar the pill for sb. [fig.] [to make something bad seem less unpleasant]
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