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French-English translation for: allier à qc.
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allier qc. à qc.to combine sth. and sth.
Partial Matches
s'allier (à qn.)to gang up (with sb.)
associer qn./qc. à qc. [faire partager]to include sb./sth. in sth.
imputer qc. à qn./qc. [faire dépendre]to attribute sth. to sb./sth.
adhérer (à) qc. [être membre]to be a member of sth.
attacher qn./qc. à qc.to strap sb./sth. to sth.
méd. injecter qc. à qn./qc.to inject sb./sth. with sth.
préluder à qc.to be a prelude to sth.
soumettre qn./qc. à qc. [assujettir]to subject sb./sth. to sth.
Unverified être conséquent à qc.to be a consequence of sth.
Unverified faire pendant à qc.to make a pair with sth.
mettre fin à qc.to bring sth. to a close
prendre plaisir à qc.to get a kick out of sth. [coll.]
loc. donner un coup de pouce à qc.to give a boost to sth.
cuis. faire cuire qc. à la poêleto fry sth. in a pan
jeter un coup d'œil à qc.to have a look at sth.
se devoir à qn./qc. [avoir une obligation morale]to have a duty to sb./sth.
être bien assorti (à qc.) [couleurs, habillement]to be a good match (for sth.) [colours, clothes]
loc. avoir un mal fou à faire qc.to have a devil / dickens of a time doing sth.
méd. faire une injection de qc. à qn./qc.to give sb./sth. an injection of sth.
qn. a hâte que qn./qc. fasse qc.sb. can't wait for sb./sth. to do sth.
nuire (à) qc.to damage sth.
renoncer à qc.to waive sth.
concrétiser qc.to make sth. a reality
aboutir à qc.to culminate in sth.
arriver à qc. [étape]to reach sth.
aspirer à qc.to aspire to sth.
concourir à qc.to compete in sth.
correspondre à qc.to correspond to sth.
grimper ((à) qc.)to climb ((up) sth.)
penser à qc.to think of sth.
postuler à qc.to apply for sth.
réfléchir à qc.to think about sth.
s'attendre à qc.to anticipate sth.
s'attendre à qc.to expect sth.
s'opposer à qc.to oppose sth.
succomber à qc.to succumb to sth.
surseoir à qc. [littéraire]to postpone sth.
vêt. être assorti (à qc.)to match (sth.)
fermer qc. à cléto lock sth.
mettre fin à qc.to terminate sth.
naut. mettre qc. à quaito dock sth.
ouvrir qc. (à clé)to unlock sth.
entailler qc.to make a notch in sth.
essayer qc.to give sth. a try [coll.]
millésimer qc.to put a date on sth.
noter qc.to keep a record of sth.
photographier qc.to take a photograph of sth.
pressentir qc.to have a premonition about sth.
à part qc. {prep}beyond sth. [other than]
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