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NOUN   a children's film | children's films
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chambre {f} d'enfantchildren's room
s'occuper des enfantsto look after the children
film film {m} porno [fam.]blue film [coll.]
film tourner un filmto make a film
film film {m}film [esp. Br.]
film film {m} muetsilent film
film film {m} interdit aux moins de 18 ans'18' film
enfants {m.pl}children
s'acheminer (ver)to make one's way (to or toward(s))
film F Les Enfants du Paradis [Marcel Carné]Children of Paradise
bible Tu enfanteras dans la douleur.In sorrow thou shalt bring forth children.
film F La Cité des enfants perdus [Marc Caro, Jean-Pierre Jeunet]The City of Lost Children
littérat. F Les Enfants de DynmouthThe Children of Dynmouth [William Trevor]
film cinéaste {m}film director
film libr. cinémathèque {f}film library
nucl. TechMéd. dosiphot {m}film badge
film film {m}motion picture
film RadioTV téléfilm {m}television film
film vedette {f}film star
auto transp. s'attacher [en voiture]to fasten one's seat belt
s'accommoder à qc. [s'adapter]to adapt to sth.
faire prévaloir ses droitsto claim one's right(s)
s'acquitter de son devoirto discharge one's duty
s'éclaircir la voixto clear one's throat
s'humecter les lèvresto moisten one's lips
essoriller qn./qc.to cut off sb.'s / sth.'s ears
s'accommoder de qc. [s'adapter]to put up with sth.
s'avancer vers qn./qc.to move toward(s) sb./sth.
s'insinuer dans qc.to trick one's way into sth.
c'est au tour de qn.it's sb.'s turn
s'accouderto lean on one's elbows
s'attarder [fig.]to take one's time
s'imposerto have one's way [idiom]
il s'agit deit's about
On s'en va !Let's go!
s'essayer à faire qc.to try one's hand at doing sth.
s'évertuer à faire qc.to try one's best to do sth.
tordre le cou à qn./qc.to wring sb.'s/sth.'s neck
film cinéaste {f}film director [female]
film cinéphile {m}regular film goer
nucl. TechMéd. dosiphot {m}film badge dosimeter
film film {m}movie [esp. Am.]
film court-métrage {m}short film
film long métrage {m}feature film
sauter au cou de qn.to fling one's arms around sb.'s neck
succomber aux charmes de qn./qc.to fall for sb.'s/sth.'s charms
s'arracher les poils du nezto pluck the hairs from one's nose
s'additionner [s'accumuler]to add up
s'amenderto mend one's ways
s'emporterto lose one's temper
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