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French-English translation for: Let sleeping dogs lie
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prov. Il ne faut pas réveiller le chat qui dort.Let sleeping dogs lie.
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math. groupe {m} de LieLie group
coucher {m}sleeping
prov. Chien qui aboie ne mord pas.Barking dogs seldom bite.
loc. Il pleut des cordes.It's raining cats and dogs.
trains voiture-lit {f}sleeping car
trains wagon-lit {m}sleeping car
pharm. somnifère {m} [substance pour dormir]sleeping pill
trafic ralentisseur {m}sleeping policeman [Br.] [fig.] [coll.]
Autant il aime les chiens, autant il déteste les chats.He likes dogs as much as he hates cats.
lié {adj} {past-p}linked
lié {adj}related
mensonge {m}lie
lié {adj} {past-p} [joint]joined [linked]
mentirto lie [to tell falsehoods]
s'étendreto lie down
transp. gendarme {m} couché [fam.] [fig.]sleeping policeman [Br.] [coll.] [fig.]
s'embusquerto lie in ambush
tricher sur qc. [mentir]to lie about sth.
séjourner [pour un liquide]to lie [of a liquid]
être allongéto lie [to be in a horizontal position]
Soyons ...Let's be ...
Partons !Let's go!
se tenir à l'affûtto lie in wait
F film Le Grand MensongeThe Great Lie [Edmund Goulding]
sans parler de ...let alone ...
On part !Let's go!
laisser vivre let sb. be
Admettons-le.Let's face it.
lâcher let go of sth.
s'avachir [personne]to let oneself go
lié {adj} [en rapport avec]incidental [occurring as a side-effect]
s'allongerto lie [to be in / go into a horizontal position]
Allons au restaurant.Let's eat out.
loc. avaler des couleuvres [fam.]to swallow a lie [to be taken in]
faire mentir le proverbeto give the lie to the proverb
se renverser dans un fauteuilto lie back in an armchair
immo. louer let sth. [esp. Br.] [rent (out)]
laisser qn. faire let sb. do sth.
Mettons que ... [+subj.]Let's say (that) ... [hypothetically]
laisser (tomber) let sth. be [leave as is]
se laisser allerto let oneself go [drift, neglect oneself]
Unverified se laisser allerto let one's hair down [fig.]
Fais (donc) voir !Just let me have a look!
loc. vendre la mècheto let the cat out of the bag
Laisse-moi t'inviter.  dîner]Let me treat you. [to dinner]
lie {f} [aussi fig.]dregs {pl} [leftovers, remains, sediment] [also fig.]
Qu'on n'aille pas croire que ...Let it not be thought that ...
Unverified prévenir qn. de qc. [annoncer à l'avance]to let sb. know (about) sth. [forewarn]
F film littérat. Auprès de moi toujoursNever Let Me Go [novel: Kazuo Ishiguro, film: Mark Romanek]
laisser aller les choses [fig.]to let things slide [fig.]
On s'en va !Let's go!
La naissance de ta fille, ça s'arrose !Let's drink to your new baby daughter !
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