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French-English translation for: Müller's gibbon
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NOUN   a Müller's gibbon | Müller's gibbons
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zool. gibbon {m} de Kloss [Hylobates klossii]Kloss's gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} agile [Hylobates agilis]black-handed gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} argenté [Hylobates moloch]silvery gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} cendré [Hylobates moloch]silvery gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} lar [Hylobates lar]white-handed gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} moloch [Hylobates moloch]silvery gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} de Java [Hylobates moloch]silvery gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} de Kloss [Hylobates klossii]Mentawai gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} à mains blanches [Hylobates lar]lar gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} à mains blanches [Hylobates lar]white-handed gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} agile [Hylobates agilis]agile gibbon
zool. gibbon {m} lar [Hylobates lar]lar gibbon
zool. gibbon {m}gibbon
essoriller qn./ cut off sb.'s / sth.'s ears
s'accouderto lean on one's elbows
s'additionner [s'accumuler]to add up
s'amenderto mend one's ways
s'emporterto lose one's temper
s'étaler [fam.] [tomber de tout son long]to fall flat (on one's face)
s'orienterto get one's bearings
chim. soufre {m} <S>sulfur [Am.] <S>
chim. soufre {m} <S>sulphur [esp Br.] <S>
s'accommoder à qc. [s'adapter]to adapt to sth.
s'accommoder de qc. [s'adapter]to put up with sth.
s'avancer vers qn./ move toward(s) sb./sth.
s'en faire [s'inquiéter]to worry
il s'agit deit's about
s'éclaircir la voixto clear one's throat
s'essayer à faire try one's hand at doing sth.
s'évertuer à faire try one's best to do sth.
s'humecter les lèvresto moisten one's lips
On s'en va !Let's go!
succomber aux charmes de qn./ fall for sb.'s/sth.'s charms
La naissance de ta fille, ça s'arrose !Let's drink to your new baby daughter !
s'arracher les poils du nezto pluck the hairs from one's nose
endimanché {adj}in one's Sunday best
pour qn.on someone's behalf
Soyons ...Let's be ...
applaudirto clap (one's hand)
vêt. boutonner do up sb.'s buttons
coiffer do sb.'s hair
crisper qn. [fam.]to get on sb.'s nerves [coll.]
débarbouiller qn. [laver le visage]to wash sb.'s face
loc. débloquer [fam.]to be off one's rocker [coll.]
débuter [comme artiste]to make one's debut
désaltérer quench sb.'s thirst
égorger cut sb.'s throat
flâner [s'attarder]to dawdle
froisser qn. [blesser]to hurt sb.'s feelings
griller qn. [fam.] [révéler]to blow sb.'s cover [coll.]
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