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

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French English
bousculer qn. [volontairement]to knock sb. about
s'immobiliser [volontairement]to stop
cogner [volontairement] (contre qn./qc.)to bang (against sb./sth.)
se disperser [volontairement]to disperse [crowd]
se noyer [volontairement]to drown oneself
se tasser [volontairement]to make oneself look smaller
se couper de qn./qc. [volontairement]to cut oneself off from sb./sth.
 
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