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Dictionary French English: Things

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FrenchEnglish
NOUN   a thing | things
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choses {f.pl}
2
things
2 Words: Verbs
tirer trop sur la ficelle [loc.]to overdo things
avoir une apparitionto see things
3 Words: Others
en somme {adv}all things considered
somme toute {adv}all things considered
tout bien considéré {adv}all things considered
tout compte fait {adv}all things considered
3 Words: Verbs
accomplir de grandes chosesto achieve great things
faire table raseto clear things up
mettre deux chose en contrasteto contrast two things
laisser aller les choses [fig.]to let things slide [fig.]
rattraper le coup [fam.]to put things right
3 Words: Nouns
cuis. sucré {m}sweet food / things
4 Words: Verbs
pousser le bouchon un peu loin [expression]to carry things too far
faire traînerto let things drag on
casser la baraque à qn. [fam.]to mess things up for sb. [fam.]
casser la baraque de qn. [fam.]to mess things up for sb. [fam.]
faire bouger les chosesto put things in motion
5+ Words: Others
tout bien considéré {adv}all other things being equal
loc. C'est mal parti. [fam.]Things don't look too good. [coll.]
Tout finira par s'arranger ! [loc.]Things will sort themselves out in the end! [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
loc. être tiraillé entre deux chosesto be torn between two things
considérer les choses sous un angle différentto consider things from a different angle
flanquer des objets à la figure de qn.to fling things in sb.'s face
se faire des idées faussesto imagine things which are untrue
garder une juste mesure en toute choseto keep a sense of proportion in all things [idiom]
rester à la surface des choses [fig.]to stay on the surface of things [fig.]
détourner qn.to take sb.'s mind off things
Fiction (Literature and Film)
littérat. F L'Ordre naturel des choses [António Lobo Antunes]The Natural Order of Things
littérat. F Le monde s'effondre [1966]Things Fall Apart [Chinua Achebe]
littérat. F Tout s'effondre [2013]Things Fall Apart [Chinua Achebe]
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