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loc. se creuser la cervelleto rack one's brains
se dégourdir les jambesto stretch one's legs
méd. se fouler le poignetto sprain one's wrist
se gratter la têteto scratch one's head
se laver les dentsto clean one's teeth
se laver les mainsto wash one's hands
se peigner (les cheveux)to comb one's hair
se ronger les onglesto bite one's nails
se tamponner les yeuxto dab one's eyes
loc. se tenir à carreauto watch one's step
toucher à ses économiesto use one's savings
loc. y mettre du siento pull one's weight
pol. sociol. droits {} de la femmewomen's rights
méd. paralysie {f} faciale a frigoreBell's palsy
F film Fureur apacheUlzana's Raid [Robert Aldrich]
trisomique {adj} [atteint du syndrome de Down](with) Down's syndrome
abrutir qn. [aussi fig.]to deaden sb.'s mind [also fig.]
méd. ausculter listen to sb.'s chest (with a stethoscope)
crisper qn. [fam.]to get on sb.'s nerves [coll.]
déballer qc. [fam.]to get sth. off one's chest [coll.] [idiom]
débarbouiller qn. [laver le visage]to wash sb.'s face
griller qn. [fam.] [révéler]to blow sb.'s cover [coll.]
lorgner qn./ have one's eye on sb./sth.
s'accroupirto squat [go down on one's haunches]
s'allongerto lie [to be in / go into a horizontal position]
s'amonceler [nuages, sable, neige]to build up [clouds, sand, snow]
s'animer [conservation, débat]to become lively [conservation, debate]
s'apaiser [vent, débat, personne]to calm down [wind, debate, person]
s'arroger [rôle]to assume [role]
s'assombrir [fig.] [visage, perspectives]to cloud [fig.] [face, prospects]
s'avérer [+adj.]to turn out to be [+adj.]
s'éclairer [fig.]to light up [fig.] [face]
s'éclipser [fig.] [s'en aller furtivement]to slip away [disappear stealthily]
s'emballer [s'enthousiasmer]to get carried away [by enthusiasm]
s'envolerto blow off [hat in a wind etc.]
s'intituler qc. [avoir pour titre]to be entitled sth. [book, pub etc: be called]
Unverified s'oublier [locution] [faire ses besoins]to have an accident [coll.] [idiom] [to shit / piss oneself]
Unverified tâtonner [se déplacer sans voir]to feel one's way in the dark
éduc. master {m} [anglicisme] [maîtrise]master's (degree)
A quoi bon ? [avec verbe infin. ou nom]What's the use? [with of + pres. part. or noun]
vêt. (bien) s'habillerto dress up [put on best clothes]
faire chier qn. [fam.]to get up sb.'s nose [coll.]
faire marcher qn. [loc.]to pull sb.'s leg [idiom]
faire s'entrechoquer rattle sth. [shake and make a noise]
s'abonner à qc. [périodique, télevision]to subscribe to sth.
Unverified s'adosser à qc. [mur, porte]to back against sth.
s'adresser à speak to sb. [for a reason]
s'affilier à qc. [devenir membre]to join sth. [become a member]
s'affliger de be distressed by / about sth.
s'agir de involve sth. [be a question of]
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