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Dictionary French English: behind

Translation 1 - 67 of 67

NOUN   a behind | behinds
SYNO   behind | slow | behindhand ... 
derrière {prep} {adv}
à la suite de {prep} [derrière]behind
anat. arrière-train {m} [d'humain] [fam.]behind
anat. postérieur {m} [fam.]behind [coll.]
2 Words: Others
en cachette de qn. {adv} [en cas d'action répréhensible]behind sb.'s back [also fig.]
par-derrière {adv}from behind
2 Words: Verbs
être solidaire de qn.to be behind sb. [support]
être en arrière de qn./qc.to be behind sb./sth.
sous-tendre qc. [fig.] [constituer les fondements de]to be behind sth.
se recroqueviller derrière qc.to cower behind sth.
se glisser derrière qn./qc.to creep behind sb./sth.
se cacher derrière qc.to duck behind sth. [hide]
se retrancher derrière qn.to hide behind sb.
se cacher derrière qc.to hide behind sth.
se retrancher derrière qc. [idéologie, décision, loi]to hide behind sth. [e.g. a decision]
être à la traîneto lag (behind)
rester en arrière [traîner]to lag behind
larguer qn. [fam.] [se distancer de]to leave sb. behind
laisser qc.to leave sth. (behind)
faire bloc derrière qn.to rally behind sb.
galoper derrière qn.to run behind sb.
rester en arrière [après le départ des autres]to stay behind
être à la remorque [fig.]to trail behind
2 Words: Nouns
sujet {m} de qc. [motif]reason behind sth.
3 Words: Others
d'affilée {adv}behind one another
à la file {adv}behind one another
théâtre dans les coulisses {adv}behind the curtain
théâtre en coulisses {adv} [auch fig.]behind the scenes [also fig.]
théâtre dans les coulisses {adv}behind the scenes [also fig.]
anachronique {adj}behind the times
arriéré {adj} [personne]behind the times
3 Words: Verbs
dr. être à l'ombre [fig.] [fam.]to be behind bars
être derrière tout çato be behind it [idiom]
prendre du retardto fall behind (schedule)
être oublié [personne]to get left behind [abandoned]
décrocher [être distancé]to get left behind [fall behind]
se ranger derrière qn.to line up behind sb.
dr. mettre qn. à l'ombre [fam.] [fig.]to put sb. behind bars
dr. mettre qn. en cageto put sb. behind bars
dr. mettre qn. derrière les barreaux [fam.]to put sb. behind bars [coll.] [fig.]
dr. écrouer qn.to put sb. behind bars [coll.] [imprison]
être à la remorque de qn. [fig.]to tag along behind sb. [coll.]
attendre qn.to wait behind for sb.
3 Words: Nouns
envers {m} du décor [aussi fig.]behind the scenes [also fig.]
4 Words: Others
mil. derrière les lignes ennemies {adv}behind the enemy lines
d'affilée {adv}one behind the other
à la file {adv}one behind the other
4 Words: Verbs
retarder sur son temps [loc.]to be behind the times [idiom]
refermer une porte derrière qn.to close the door behind sb.
dauber sur qn.to criticise sb. behind their back [Br.]
dauber sur qn.to criticize sb. behind their back [Am.]
essouffler ses concurrents [fig.]to leave one's competitors behind
agir dans l'ombreto operate behind the scenes
pol. comploter dans son dosto plot behind one's back
équi. monter en croupe  cheval]to ride behind the saddle
4 Words: Nouns
querelle {f} de coulissesdispute behind the scenes [not public]
anat. coup {m} de pied au postérieur [aussi fig.]kick up the behind [also fig.]
pol. éminence {f} grisepower behind the throne
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir un retard d'une heure [avant échéance]to be one hour behind schedule
avoir une heure de retard [avant échéance]to be one hour behind schedule
couper les ponts (derrière soi) [loc.]to burn one's boats (behind oneself) [idiom]
couper les ponts (derrière soi) [loc.]to burn one's bridges (behind oneself) [idiom]
trafic coller à un véhicule [loc.]to drive close behind a vehicle
rhabiller qn. pour l'hiver [loc.]to talk about sb. behind their back
tailler un costume à qn. [fam.]to talk about sb. behind their back [coll.]
tailler un costard à qn. [fam.] [loc.]to talk about sb. behind their back [coll.] [idiom]
5+ Words: Nouns
auto parking {m} à l'arrièreparking space behind a building
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