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Dictionary French English: [through]

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FrenchEnglish
mobile {adj} [personne]transient [person: passing through]
Verbs
percer qc. [mur, bois]
2
to drill sth. [bore a hole through]
méd. vieillir qn. [physiquement]to age sb. [e.g. through an illness]
frayer qc.to clear sth. [open up a way through]
anéantir qn. [fig.]to eviscerate sb. [fig.] [through critic]
se procurer qc.to get sth. [through effort]
grognerto snort [laugh through the nose]
cuis. bluter qc.to strain sth. [through a sieve]
Nouns
géogr. Daugava {f} [aussi : Dvina occidentale]Daugava [also: Western Dvina] [river which flows from Russia, through Belarus and Latvia]
éduc. culture {f} [savoir]learning [knowledge gained through schooling]
passe {f} [transmission de ballon, passage navigable, passage dans un programme]pass [ball transfer, river channel, single scan through a set of data or program]
passage {m}passage [way through, through access]
géogr. infiltration {f}percolation [filtration through soil etc.]
géogr. Seine {f} [fleuve]Seine [river flowing through Paris]
2 Words
RadioTV zapper [fam.]to channel hop [coll.] [flick through the channels with a remote control]
traverser qc. [région]to go through sth. [e.g. a river or road through a region]
traverser qc. [générations]to persist through sth. [e.g. traditions through generations]
déferler dans qc. [rues]to pour through sth. [e.g. crowds through the streets]
géogr. Niémen {m} [fleuve]River Neman [also: Nemunas, Nioman, or Memel] [river that rises in central Belarus and flows through Lithuania then along the northern border of Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia's western exclave]
3 Words
méd. maigrir qn.to make sb. lose weight [e.g. through illness]
se frayer un passageto shoulder one's way [through the crowd, etc.]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Castillon [1453]Battle of Castillon [decisive French victory in 1453 against England marked the end of the 100 Years' War. Considered the first major battle won through the extensive use of field artillery]
5+ Words
être de passageto be on the way through [to be travelling through]
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