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French-English translation for: be able to
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Keywords contained
pouvoir [+ inf.]to be able to [+ inf.]
voirto (be able to) see
savoir faire be able to do sth. [know how to]
Partial Matches
qn. pourrasb. will be able
qn. a pusb. was able to
qn. a / avait pusb. has / had been able to
devoirto be supposed to
falloirto be supposed to
s'avérerto prove to be
apparaître [sembler]to seem (to be)
se faire affecter à be appointed to sth.
subir be subjected to sth.
convenir qn.)to be suitable (to sb.)
être habitué à be used to sth.
se revendiquer claim to be sth.
Il y avait ... [dans le temps]There used to be ...
être cloué au litto be confined to bed
loc. être gonflé à bloc [personne]to be raring to go
avoir trait à qn./ be connected to sb./sth.
être disposé à [+inf.]to be ready to [+inf.] [willing]
convenir à qn./ be suited to sb./sth.
qn. est à plaindresb. is to be pitied
préluder à be a prelude to sth.
se disposer à faire be about to do sth.
répugner à faire be averse to doing sth.
mourir d'envie de faire be dying to do sth.
être impatient de faire be eager to do sth.
Unverified s'y prêterto be favourable (to it) [Br.]
se borner à faire be limited to doing sth.
falloir faire be necessary to do sth.
être obligé de faire be obliged to do sth.
se devoir d'être be supposed to be sth.
être censé faire be supposed to do sth.
être dans l'incapacité de faire be unable to do sth.
s'avérer [+adj.]to turn out to be [+adj.]
être à la hauteurto be / come up to standard
être du niveau requisto be / come up to standard
loc. être tiré à quatre épinglesto be dressed to the nines
se révéler fauxto turn out to be wrong
Unverified être sujet à be subject to sth. [inclined, prone]
savoir gré à qn. de be grateful to sb. for sth.
être incapable de faire be unable to do sth. [incapable]
ne pas blairer qn. [fam.] [supporter]to be unable to stand sb. [tolerate]
Voulez-vous avoir l'obligeance de ...Would you be kind enough to ...
avoir la primeur de qc. [exclusivité]to be the first to hear sth.
ne pas pouvoir faire be unable to do sth. [attend, reach]
ne pas savoir faire be unable to do sth. [swim, read]
être en mesure de faire be in a position to do sth.
incomber à qn. de faire be incumbent upon sb. to do sth.
Il n'y a pas un chat.There is not a soul to be seen.
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