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French-English translation for: déplier
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Dictionary French English: déplier

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French English
VERB   déplier | déplie | avoir déplié | dépliant
déplier qc. [carte]to open sth. out
anat. déplier qc. [doigts]to uncurl sth. [e.g. fingers]
anat. déplier qc. [les jambes, etc.]to stretch sth. out [legs, etc.]
comm. déplier qc. [marchandise]to display sth.
déplier qc. [une serviette, etc.]to unfold sth.
2 Words
se déplier [fam.] [personne]to rise to one's feet
se déplier [feuille, drapeau]to unfurl
se déplier [parachute]to unfold
se déplier [parachute]to open out
3 Words
anat. déplier les jambesto stretch one's legs out
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