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VERB  to become | became | become ... 
SYNO   to become | to turn | to suit ... 
to become
se faire qc. [devenir] [ex.: La chaleur se faisait de plus en plus grande.]to become sth.
2 Words: Verbs
s'américaniserto become Americanised [Br.]
s'américaniserto become Americanized
s'angliciserto become anglicized
s'affirmer [progrès, tendance]to become apparent
transparaîtreto become apparent
se dessinerto become apparent
se révéler [apparaître]to become apparent
méd. s'affermir [santé]to become better
Unverified s'éloigner [image, souvenir]to become blurred
s'estomperto become blurred
se voiler [yeux]to become blurred
s'enhardirto become bolder
glisser dans l'ennuito become bored
se préciser [danger, avenir, menace]to become clearer
s'embrouillerto become confused [person, ideas]
se déshydraterto become dehydrated
déchanterto become disenchanted
être pris de vertigeto become dizzy
adm. entrer en vigueurto become effective [law etc.]
se faire anoblirto become enobled
s'affermir [terrain]to become firmer
se troubler [perdre contenance]to become flustered
se voiler [soleil, paysage]to become hazy
s'éraillerto become hoarse
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique]to become institutionalised [organisation, practice] [Br.]
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique]to become institutionalized [organisation, practice] [Am.]
s'animer [conservation, débat]to become lively [conservation, debate]
s'attiédirto become lukewarm
météo. s'adoucir [température]to become milder
se voiler [regard]to become misty
trafic se rétrécir [chemin]to become narrow
pâlirto become pale
se raréfier [espèce animale]to become rare
se raréfier [nourriture, denrée, argent]to become scarce
s'affermir [style, écriture]to become sharper
s'adoucir [lumière, voix]to become softer
s'affermir [voix]to become stronger
se resserrer [amitié, relation]to become stronger
se rabougrirto become stunted
s'assouplir [cuir]to become supple
cuis. s'attendrir [viande]to become tender
se raréfier [air]to become thinner
météo. se noircir [temps]to become threatening
se détacherto become unfastened
s'étioler [personne, communauté]to become weaker
se replier sur soi-mêmeto become withdrawn
se ratatiner [visage] [fam.]to become wizened
3 Words: Verbs
s'obstruer [se boucher]to be / become blocked
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