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croire à / en believe in sth.
Partial Matches
croire en put faith in sth.
croire think sth. [believe]
C'est à croire que ...It's as if ...
On a tort de croire que ...It's wrong to believe that ...
s'en remettre à qn./ rely on sb./sth.
loc. en savoir long sur know a lot about sth.
s'en tenir à stick to / with sth. [persist with]
être en mesure de faire be in a position to do sth.
ne pas croire que [+subj.]to not believe that
en vouloir à bear a grudge against sb.
en vouloir à hold a grudge against sb.
en faire baver à qn. [fam.]to give sb. a hard time [coll.]
Qu'on n'aille pas croire que ...Let it not be thought that ...
être prêt à en découdre [fam.]to be ready for a scrap [coll.]
loc. s'en donner à cœur joie [fam.]to have a field day [coll.]
en plus de qc. {adv}besides sth.
fin. Unverified convertir (qc.) en capitalto capitalize assets
ling. typ. écrire qc. en majusculesto capitalize sth.
mettre qc. en bouteillesto bottle sth.
Unverified remettre qc. en causeto discredit sth.
ling. typ. écrire qc. en majusculesto capitalise sth. [Br.]
auto tech. mettre qc. en marcheto start (up) sth.
inform. mettre qc. en surbrillanceto highlight sth. [text]
remettre qc. en causeto question sth. [doubt]
tourner qc. en ridiculeto sneer at sth.
avoir qn./qc. en horreurto loathe sb./sth.
être fort en be good at sth.
mettre qc. en branleto set sth. in motion
mettre qc. en pratiqueto put sth. into practice
auto mettre qc. en priseto put sth. into gear
mettre qc. en reliefto set sth. off [accentuate]
loc. réduire qc. en charpieto tear sth. to shreds
se décliner en be available in sth.
se muer (en qc.)to be transformed (into sth.)
se muer en transform oneself into sth.
espérer en qn./ have faith in sb./sth.
consister en / dans qc. [résider]to consist in sth. [entail]
instruire qn. en/de instruct sb. in sth.
loc. monter qc. en épingleto blow sth. out of proportion
s'y connaître en know all about sth.
briser qc. (en mille morceaux)to smash sth. (to pieces)
en avoir assez de be tired of sth.
en avoir marre de be tired of sth.
faire démarrer qc. (en le poussant)to push-start sth.
rafraîchir (ses connaissances en / sur qc.)to brush up (sth.)
qc. en pagaille {adv} [fam.] [à profusion]loads of sth. [coll.]
consister en qc. [être fait] [éléments, parties]to consist of sth.
avoir foi en qn./ have faith in sb./sth.
typ. Unverified mettre qc. en retraitto indent sth. [put in from margin]
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