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French-English translation for: casser
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VERB1   casser | casse | avoir cassé | cassant
VERB2   se casser | me casse | s'être cassé | se cassant
casser [se briser]
to break
casser [corde]to snap
casser [se séparer] [couple]to split up
dr. casser qc. [jugement]to quash sth.
casser qc. [objet, os]to break sth.
casser qc. [ouvrir]to crack sth. [egg, nut]
casser qn. [fam.] [humilier]to cut sb. down to size [fig.] [coll.]
mil. occup. casser qn. [militaire, employé] [fam.]to demote sb.
2 Words: Verbs
se casser [fam.]to go away
se casser [objet: être mis en pièces]to break [object]
3 Words: Verbs
casser la baraqueto be a resounding success
loc. casser la croûteto have a bite (to eat)
casser la graine [fam.] [manger]to have a bite to eat [coll.]
comm. fin. casser les prix [fig.]to slash prices
casser sa pipe [fam.]to bite the dust [coll.]
4 Words: Verbs
casser la baraque à qn. [fam.]to mess things up for sb. [fam.]
casser la baraque de qn. [fam.]to mess things up for sb. [fam.]
casser la figure à qn. [fam.]to beat sb. up [coll.]
casser la gueule à qn. [fam.]to beat sb. up [coll.]
psych. casser le moral de qn.to break sb.'s spirit
pol. casser le mouvement syndical [fig.]to break the unions [fig.]
casser les burnes à qn. [loc.] [vulg.]to get on sb.'s tits [Br.] [vulg.] [idiom]
casser les burnes à qn. [loc.] [vulg.]to get on sb.'s wick [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
loc. se casser la figure [fam.] [faire une chute]to take a tumble [fall over]
aviat. se casser la figure [fam.] [loc.] [avoir un accident]to crash [plane]
se casser la figure [fam.] [loc.] [tomber par terre]to fall down
se casser la tête [fam.] [loc.] [sur un problème]to rack one's brain [over a problem] [idiom]
se casser la tête [fam.] [sur un problème]to rack one's brains [coll.] [over a problem]
loc. se casser le nez [fam.]to come a cropper [coll.]
se casser le tronc [fam.]to worry about things
se casser le tronc [fam.]to get into a sweat about things [coll.]
anat. se casser une jambeto break one's leg
5+ Words: Others
On ne fait pas d'omelette sans casser des œufs. [loc.] [aussi fig.]You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs. [idiom] [also fig.]
5+ Words: Verbs
casser la porte à (grands) coups de marteauto break down the door with a hammer
anat. casser un bras à qnto break sb.'s arm
se casser la tête à faire qc. [fam.]to go out of one's way to do sth.
se casser les dents (sur qc.) [fam.] [loc.]to come to grief (over sth.) [idiom]
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