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

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déjà {adv} [pour réitérer une question]
again [asking sth. back]
pas sincère {adj}disingenuous [context: It is disingenuous to do sth.]
se répercuter sur qc.to affect sth. [have a bearing on sth.]
avoir une incidence sur qc.to affect sth. [have a bearing on sth.]
appondre qc. [suisse, savoyard, lyonnais, valdôtain] [ajouter, joindre]to affix sth. [to attach sth.]
harmoniser qc.to attune sth. [bring sth. into harmony, e.g. interests]
banaliser qc.to belittle sth. [to downplay sth.]
dr. tech. truffer qc. de microsto bug sth. [to install secret listening devices in or on sth.]
brancher qc.to coffer sth. [pocket sth.]
faire s'effondrer qc.to collapse sth. [cause sth. to fall down or give way]
circonscrire qc. [limiter]to contain sth. [bring sth. under control]
retarder qc.to delay sth. [defer sth.]
engloutir qc. [inondation]to deluge sth. [flood sth.]
noyer qc. [terres]to deluge sth. [flood sth.]
jeter qc. [mettre au rebut]to ditch sth. [coll.] [discard sth.]
ânonner qc.to drone sth. [read sth. in a drone]
être inhérent à qc.to embrace sth. [include or contain sth. as a constituent part]
en venir à l'essentiel [loc.]to encapsulate sth. [express the essential features of sth. succinctly]
joindre qc. à une lettreto enclose sth. [place sth. in an envelope together with a letter]
envisager qc.to envisage sth. [contemplate sth.]
posséder qc. [être équipé de]to have sth. [to be equipped with sth.]
concevoir qc. [imaginer]to imagine sth. [conceive of sth.]
coltiner qc. [fam.] [porter qc. de lourd]to lug sth. [coll.] [carry sth. heavy]
faire une erreur [en disant qc. de façon inappropriée]to misspeak [in saying sth. inappropriate]
subtiliser qc. [dérober]to nick sth. [Br.] [coll.] [also hum.] [to steal sth.]
chiper qc. [fam.] [voler]to nick sth. [Br.] [coll.] [to steal sth.]
s'accorder avec qc.to observe sth. [adhere to sth., abide by sth.]
comm. écon. mettre qc. en gageto pawn sth. [deposit sth. with a pawnbroker]
ratisser qc. [fam.] [piller]to pinch sth. [coll.] [take sth. without permission]
se remémorer qn./qc.to recall sb./sth. [remember sb./sth.]
passer qc. [mot, page, paragraphe]to skip sth. [e.g. while reading sth.]
saupoudrer qc.to spray sth. [with small particles of sth.]
desceller qc.to unseal sth. [remove the seal of sth.]
armes mil. militariser qc.to weaponise sth. [use sth. as a weapon] [Br.] [also fig.]
armes mil. militariser qc.to weaponize sth. [use sth. as a weapon] [also fig.]
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.]
édition journ. glose {f}gloss [brief note on sth. in the margin or between lines in a text]
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]
comm. objet {m} de trocswap [sth. that is exchanged]
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