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French-English translation for: break-neck
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SEE ALSO  breakneck
casse-gueule {adj} [fam.]break-neck
vitesse {f} follebreak-neck speed
aller à une vitesse folle [véhicule]to drive at break-neck speed
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anat. nuque {f}neck [nape]
méd. minerve {f}neck brace
méd. torticolis {m}stiff neck
cuis. collet {m} [en boucherie]neck
vêt. dos nu {adj}halter neck
vêt. col {m} rondround neck
anat. cou {m}  l'arrière]neck
cuis. collier {m} [en boucherie]neck [meat]
anat. méd. fracture {f} des cervicalesbroken neck
anat. tour {m} de couneck measurement
chim. ballon {m} monocolsingle-neck flask
anat. nuque {f}nape of the neck
méd. raideur {f} de la nuqueneck stiffness
méd. raideur {f} de la nuquestiff neck
tendre le couto crane one's neck
méd. attraper un torticolisto get a stiff neck
anat. naissance {f} du coubase of the neck
casse-pieds {m}pain in the neck [coll.]
avancer le couto crane one's neck (forward)
casse-pieds {f}pain in the neck [coll.] [female]
risquer sa peau [loc.]to risk one's neck [idiom]
anat. dent. collet {m} de la dent [Cervix dentis]neck of a tooth
loc. se mouiller [fam.] [prendre un risque]to stick one's neck out [coll.]
mesurer le tour de cou de qn.to take sb.'s neck measurement
agacer qn.to be a pain in the neck (to sb.) [coll.] [idiom]
énerver qn.to be a pain in the neck (to sb.) [coll.] [idiom]
être surchargé de travailto be up to one's neck in work
se jeter au cou de qn.to fling oneself around sb.'s neck
anat. faire 40 cm de tour de couto measure 40cm around the neck
avoir qn. sur les bras [fam.]to have sb. around one's neck [fig.]
loc. Il faut se le farcir !He's a right pain in the neck!
risquer sa peau pour qn./qc. [loc.]to risk one's neck for sb./sth. [idiom]
pol. sport au coude à coude {adv} [fig.]neck and neck [fig.]
bot. cuis. T
anat. méd. fracture {f} du col du fémurfemoral neck fracture
bot. cuis. T
taper sur les nerfs de qn. [loc.]to be a pain in the neck (to sb.) [coll.] [idiom]
mettre qn. sur les dents [fam.] [loc.]to be a pain in the neck to sb. [coll.] [idiom]
tordre le cou à qn./qc.to wring sb.'s/sth.'s neck
récréation {f}break
sauter au cou de qn.to fling one's arms around sb.'s neck
avoir un fil à la patteto have a millstone around the neck [idiom]
avoir un boulet au pied [fig.]to have a millstone around one's neck [fig.]
anat. se pendre au cou de qn.to throw one's arms around sb.'s neck
relâche {f} [pause]break
brisure {f}break [fracture]
démembrement {m}break-up
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