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French-English translation for: [tomber]
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Dictionary French English: [tomber]

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French English
choir [littéraire] [tomber]
2
to fall
abattre qc. [faire tomber]to knock sth. down [demolish]
renverser qn./qc. [faire tomber]to push sb./sth. over
s'aplatir [fam.] [personne] [tomber]to fall flat
s'étaler [fam.] [tomber de tout son long]to fall flat (on one's face)
2 Words
en avant {adv} [se pencher, tomber, bondir]forward
se ramasser [tomber]to fall down
se ramasser [tomber]to fall over
3 Words
flanquer qc. par terre [faire tomber]to knock sth. to the ground
flanquer qc. par terre [laisser tomber]to drop sth.
4 Words
se casser la figure [fam.] [loc.] [tomber par terre]to fall down
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