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VERB1   faire | fais | avoir fait | faisant
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VERB2   se faire | me fais | s'être fait | se faisant
NOUN   faire | faires
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faire qc.
10
to do sth.
faire qc.
5
to make sth.
2 Words: Others
pour faire qc.in order to do sth.
2 Words: Verbs
(faire) frire qc.to fry sth.
(faire) frire qc.to deep-fry sth.
(faire) vibrer qc.to vibrate sth.
bien faireto do the right thing
compter faire qc.to intend doing sth.
compter faire qc. [projeter]to intend to do sth.
daigner faire qc.to condescend to do sth. [deign]
daigner faire qc.to deign to do sth.
entendre faire qc.to intend doing sth.
faillir faire qc.to almost / nearly do sth.
dr. faire appel [contester un jugement]to appeal [contest a judgement]
faire attendre qn.to keep sb. waiting
faire attentionto be careful
faire attentionto pay attention
faire attentionto take care
faire attentionto watch out
faire avancer qc.to advance sth. [clock, tape, film]
faire avancer qc.to further sth. [career, plan]
méd. faire avorter qn.to carry out an abortion on sb.
faire boire qc.to water sth. [animal]
cuis. faire bombance [vieilli]to feast
faire bouillir qc.to boil sth.
faire briller qc.to shine sth. [shoes]
faire capoter qc. [fam.] [plans, etc.]to mess sth. up [coll.] [plans etc.]
faire chanter qn.to blackmail sb.
faire chier qn. [fam.]to get up sb.'s nose [coll.]
faire chier qn. [vulg.]to piss sb. off [vulg.]
faire circuler qc.to circulate sth.
faire connaître qc.to make sth. known
faire couler qc.to run sth. [tap, faucet, water in the tub]
cuis. faire cuire qc.to boil sth. [potatoes, vegetables, eggs]
cuis. faire dorer qc.to brown sth.
faire échouer qc.to frustrate sth. [thwart]
faire écloreto spawn
faire éclore qc.to hatch sth.
faire entrer qn.to ask sb. in
faire feuto fire [with a gun]
faire gaffe [fam.]to watch out [beware]
cuis. faire griller qc.to toast sth.
drog. faire halluciner qn.to make sb. hallucinate
méd. faire interner qn. [dans un hôpital psychiatrique]to section sb. [Br.] [legally force sb. into a psychiatric hospital]
faire l'imbécile [simuler]to act stupid
compt. faire l'inventaireto take (the) inventory
faire malto ache
faire malto hurt
faire marcher qn. [loc.]to pull sb.'s leg [idiom]
faire pâlir qn./qc.to make sb./sth. (turn) pale
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