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French-English translation for: Keep out of this
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tenir qn. à l'écart de qc. [activité]to keep sb. out of sth.
marcher à l'ombre [fig.] [fam.]to keep out of the limelight [fig.] [coll.]
essayer de repérer qn./qc.to keep an eye out for sb./sth.
noter qc.to keep a record of sth.
de ce côté de {prep}on this side of
rester dans les limites (de qc.)to keep within the limits (of sth.)
avoir un temps d'avance (sur qn.)to keep one step ahead (of sb.)
se tenir à l'écart de qn./qc.to keep clear of sb./sth.
dehors {prep}out of
démodé {adj}out of fashion
déplacé {adj}out of place [inappropriate]
détonnerto be out of place
hors serviceout of order
d'emblée {adv} [refuser]out of hand
s'essoufflerto get out of breath
hors d'atteinte {adj}out of range
hors d'atteinte {adj}out of reach
hors d'usageout of use
hors de vue {adj}out of sight
d'autorité {adv} [sans réflexion]out of hand
déraper [voiture]to spin out (of control) [car]
se releverto get out of bed again
tout à trac {adv}out of the blue
être mal proportionnéto be out of proportion
à bout de souffle {adv}out of breath
hors de la portée {adv}out of reach
déraper [prix, politique economique]to get out of control
être fouto be out of one's mind
s'extirper (de)to drag oneself (out of, from)
avoir l'air déplacéto look out of place
se tirer d'affaireto get out of trouble
dévaler de qc.to tear out of sth. [exit rapidly]
loc. monter qc. en épingleto blow sth. out of proportion
tirer qn. du litto drag sb. out of bed
tirer qn. du litto haul sb. out of bed
hors de portée de tir {adv}out of (shooting) range
être à bout de souffleto be out of breath
se tirer d'affaireto get (oneself) out of a situation
sortir du pétrin [fam.]to get out of a hole [coll.]
loc. vendre la mècheto let the cat out of the bag
se trouver à court de qc.to run out of sth.
écarter qn. [en le poussant]to shove sb. out of the way
jaillir [liquide, source, gaz, air] (de qc.)to gush out (of sth.)
se régaler de qc.to get a kick out of sth. [coll.]
loc. tirer son épingle du jeuto get out of a tight spot
réveiller qn. en fanfare [fig.] [fam.]to startle sb. out of their sleep
tirer qn. du pétrin [fam.]to get sb. out of a fix [coll.]
tirer qn. du pétrin [fam.]to get sb. out of a hole [coll.]
tirer qn. du pétrin [fam.]to get sb. out of a jam [coll.]
prov. Loin des yeux, loin du cœur.Out of sight, out of mind.
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