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French-English translation for: authority to issue orders
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rendre des comptes à answer to sb.
revenir à la raisonto come to one's senses
se faire affecter à be appointed to sth.
tarder à faire qcto hesitate to do sth.
tendre le bras vers reach out to sth.
F film Retour aux PhilippinesBack to Bataan [Edward Dmytryk]
méd. ausculter listen to sb.'s chest (with a stethoscope)
s'adresser à speak to sb. [for a reason]
savoir faire be able to do sth. [know how to]
taire à qn. not reveal sth. to sb. [verbally]
À vous aussi.The same to you. [formal or plural]
il faut faire is necessary to do sth.
Il y avait ... [dans le temps]There used to be ...
qn. a / avait pusb. has / had been able to
Unverified s'il le fautif push comes to shove [fig.]
accoutumer qn. à (faire) accustom sb. to (doing) sth.
avoir trait à qn./ be connected to sb./sth.
contraindre qn. à faire force sb. to do sth.
Unverified devenir immunisé contre become inured to sth. [accustomed to hardship]
entendre que qn. fasse expect sb. to do sth.
Unverified être sujet à be subject to sth. [inclined, prone]
faire faire qc. à get sb. to do sth.
forcer qn. à faire force sb. to do sth.
inviter qn. à faire invite sb. to do sth.
mettre qc. à l'épreuveto put sth. to the test
mettre qn. à l'essaito put sb. to the test
prier qn. de faire beg sb. to do sth.
rendre hommage à qn./ pay tribute to sb./sth.
s'acharner à faire try desperately to do sth.
s'appliquer à faire apply oneself to doing sth.
s'apprêter à faire get ready to do sth.
s'astreindre à faire force oneself to do sth.
s'ingénier à faire strive (hard) to do sth.
se blottir contre qn./ snuggle up to sb./sth.
se devoir d'être be supposed to be sth.
se tenir à qn./ hold on to sb./sth.
sommer qn. de faire command sb. to do sth.
de façon à faire as to do sth.
loc. de fond en comble {adv} [fouiller]from top to bottom [search]
mène cette rue ?Where does this road go to?
avoir hâte de faire look forward to doing sth.
être impatient de faire be eager to do sth.
être obligé de faire be obliged to do sth.
faire mentir le proverbeto give the lie to the proverb
faire qc. tour à tourto take turns to do sth.
loc. parler à la cantonadeto speak to no-one in particular
se borner à faire be limited to doing sth.
se disposer à faire be about to do sth.
venir en aide à come to sb.'s aid
Le secteur est soumis de ...The sector is subject to ...
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