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French-English translation for: a quarter to
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moins le quarta quarter to
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et quarta quarter past
trouver un compromisto come to a compromise
s'immobiliser [involontairement]to come to a halt
préluder à be a prelude to sth.
mettre fin à bring sth. to a close
loc. donner un coup de pouce à give a boost to sth.
accoucher d'un filsto give birth to a boy
loc. casser la croûteto have a bite (to eat)
déménagerto move to a new location
se cantonner dans un rôleto restrict oneself to a role
manquement {m} à une promessefailure to keep a promise
carboniser qn./ burn sb./sth. to a crisp
se devoir à qn./qc. [avoir une obligation morale]to have a duty to sb./sth.
arrêter bring sth. to a halt / stop
nacrer give a pearly gloss to sth.
se devoir de faire qc. [avoir une obligation morale]to have a duty to do sth.
éduc. scolariser qn. à un lycéeto send sb. to a grammar school
loc. fermer les yeux sur turn a blind eye to sth.
VocVoy. Quel est le tarif pour envoyer une lettre en France ?How much is a letter to France?
loc. C'est bien parti.It's off to a good start.
être en mesure de faire be in a position to do sth.
manger sur le pouce [fam.]to have a quick bite to eat [coll.]
Il n'y a pas un chat.There is not a soul to be seen.
méd. ausculter listen to sb.'s chest (with a stethoscope)
loc. Pour en finir ...To make a long story short ... [in the end]
F littérat. Voyage au centre de la Terre [Jules Verne](A) Journey to the Center of the Earth [Am.]
quart {m}quarter
urban quartier {m}quarter [district, neighbourhood]
mus. noire {f}quarter note [Am.]
mil. cantonner qn./ quarter sb./sth. [troops]
à {prep}to
d'après {prep}according to
en raison de {prep} [en proportion de]according to
selon {prep}according to
suivant {prep}according to
attenant à {adj}adjacent to
dévolu à {adj}allotted to
auprès de {prep}close to
près de {prep}close to
proche de {prep}close to
à l'encontre de {prep}contrary to
contrairement à {prep}contrary to
à {adj} {prep}due to
en raison de {prep}due to
équivalent à {adj}equivalent to
de ... àfrom ... to
suite à {prep}further to
rien que pourjust to
près de {prep}near (to)
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