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French-English translation for: [sth.]
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Dictionary French English: [sth]

Translation 1 - 27 of 27

FrenchEnglish
déjà {adv} [pour réitérer une question]
2
again [asking sth. back]
pas sincère {adj}disingenuous [context: It is disingenuous to do sth.]
Verbs
circonscrire qc. [limiter]to contain sth. [bring sth. under control]
ânonner qc.to drone sth. [read sth. in a drone]
coltiner qc. [fam.] [porter qc. de lourd]to lug sth. [coll.] [carry sth. heavy]
subtiliser qc. [dérober]to nick sth. [Br.] [coll.] [also hum.] [to steal sth.]
Nouns
affirmation {f}affirmation [confirmation that sth. is true]
pot-de-vin {m}bribe [sth. offered]
cannibalisation {f} [fig.]cannibalism [fig.] [exploiting or repurposing parts of sth.]
cuis. friandises {f.pl}goodies [sth. sweet]
petit plaisir {m}indulgence [sth. luxurious or pleasurable]
institutionalisation {f}institutionalisation [Br.] [making sth. part of a system]
institutionalisation {f}institutionalization [making sth. part of a system]
intériorisation {f}internalisation [Br.] [personalisation of sth.]
intériorisation {f}internalization [personalization of sth.]
cerveau {m} [instigateur]mastermind [brains of sth.]
prémonition {f}premonition [anticipation of sth. bad]
pressentiment {m}premonition [anticipation of sth. bad]
retrait {m}retraction [pulling sth. back]
2 Words
se disputer avec qn.  propos de qc.]to argue with sb. [about / over sth.]
lier qn./qc. à qn./qc. [attacher]to bind sb./sth. to sb./sth.
Unverified planquer sous le tapis qc. [fig.]to gloss over sth. [try to conceal sth.]
subordonner qn./qc. à qn./qc.to subordinate sb./sth. to sb./sth.
désirer qn./qc.to want sb./sth [desire sb./sth.]
3 Words
comparer qn./qc. à / avec qn./qc.to compare sb./sth. to / with sb./sth.
Unverified entraîner qn. à faire qc.to put sb. up to sth. [coll.] [to encourage sb. to do sth. (wrong or unwise)]
5+ Words
C'est au tour de qn./qc.It is the turn for sb./sth. [It is up to sb./sth.]
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