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French-English translation for: confident in one's strength
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Dictionary French English: confident in one's strength

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puiser sa force dans qc.to draw one's strength from sth.
endimanché {adj}in one's Sunday best
en imagination {adv}in (one's) mind
de son vivant {adv}in one's lifetime
méd. tour {m} de reinscrick in one's back
parler à son tourto speak in (one's) turn
loc. avoir voix au chapitreto have one's say (in the matter)
se nipper [fam.]to get rigged out in one's Sunday best [coll.]
loc. avoir un chat dans la gorgeto have a frog in one's throat
enfouir son visage dans un oreillerto bury one's face in a pillow
loc. mettre les pieds dans le plat [fam.]to put one's foot in it [coll.]
paraître tout engoncé dans ses vêtementsto look all hunched up in one's clothes
se barbouiller le visage de qc.to get one's face all covered in sth.
s'éclaircir la voixto clear one's throat
s'humecter les lèvresto moisten one's lips
s'accouderto lean on one's elbows
s'amenderto mend one's ways
s'emporterto lose one's temper
s'orienterto get one's bearings
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.
s'arracher les poils du nezto pluck the hairs from one's nose
s'étaler [fam.] [tomber de tout son long]to fall flat (on one's face)
C'est tout juste si on ne retenait pas son souffle en passant devant leur étude.One would almost hold one's breath while passing by their study.
applaudirto clap (one's hand)
sourcillerto raise one's eyebrows
lâcher priseto lose one's grip
perdre contenanceto lose one's composure
se cambrerto arch one's back
se débarbouillerto wash one's face
se désaltérerto quench one's thirst
se moucherto wipe one's nose
débuter [comme artiste]to make one's debut
se botterto put one's boots on
se déciderto make up one's mind
se déshabillerto take off one's clothes
à son gré {adv}at one's pleasure
arquer le dosto arch one's back
battre des mainsto clap (one's hand)
cambrer le dosto arch one's back
cambrer les reinsto arch one's back
vêt. changer de toiletteto change one's outfit
détacher ses cheveuxto untie one's hair
étendre ses jambesto stretch one's legs
loc. mâcher ses motsto mince one's words
Unverified moucher son nezto blow one's nose
parler plus fortto raise one's voice
perdre sa chemiseto lose one's shirt
loc. perdre ses pédalesto lose one's grip
peser ses mosto weigh one's words
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