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Dictionary French English: going

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ADJ   going | - | -
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NOUN1   a going | goings
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NOUN2   going | -
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VERB  to go | went | gone/[archaic] agone
going | goes
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SYNO   departure | going | going away ... 
allant {adj} {pres-p}going
2 Words: Others
coulant {adj} {pres-p} [personne]easy-going
parcourant {adj} {pres-p}going through
2 Words: Verbs
décoller [spectacle]to get going
se secouer [réagir] [fam.]to get going [coll.]
mettre sur pied qc. [créer]to get sth. going
se pérenniserto keep going
lancer qc. [débat, affaire]to set sth. going
mettre qc. en marcheto set sth. going
2 Words: Nouns
sortie {f} [activité]going out
théâtre fréquentation {f} des théâtrestheatre-going
3 Words: Others
Alors, ça carbure ? [fam.]How's it going?
en êtes-vous ? [comment ça va]How's it going?
Qu'est-ce qui se passe ici ?What's going on?
3 Words: Verbs
se dégarnir [perdre ses cheveux]to be going bald
loc. être en perte de vitesseto be going downhill
écon. être sur la mauvaise pente [entreprise, économie]to be going downhill
écon. être sur une pente savonneuse [entreprise, économie]to be going downhill
aller bon train [ventes, affaires]to be going well
3 Words: Nouns
va-et-vient {m} [passage]coming and going
naut. navire {m} de haute merocean-going ship
4 Words: Others
Qu'est-ce qui se passe ?What is going on?
Qu'est-ce qui te fait vivre ?What keeps you going?
vas-tu ?Where are you going?
est-ce que tu vas ?Where are you going?
4 Words: Verbs
dr. pour éviter d'aller en prisonto avoid going to prison
trafic éviter de passer par Lyonto avoid going via Lyon
auto aller bon train [voiture]to be going quite fast
allumer le feuto get the fire going
insister lourdement sur qc.to keep going on about sth.
4 Words: Nouns
chassé-croisé {m} [manœuvres]continual coming and going
5+ Words: Others
Hein ? Qu'est-ce qui se passe ? [hein : marque l'étonnement]Eh, what's going on here (then)?
Ce n'est pas demain la veille ! [loc.]That's not going to happen in a hurry! [idiom]
Il y a du passage. [personnes] [fam.]There are a lot of coming and going.
Ça va faire du vilain.There's going to be big trouble.
Il va y avoir du vilain.There's going to be big trouble.
Ça se gâte ! [fig.] [fam.]There's going to be trouble!
Que vas-tu faire, hein ? [hein : renforcement de l'interrogation]What are you going to do (then), eh?
5+ Words: Verbs
Il y a anguille sous roche. [loc.]There is something fishy going on. [idiom]
être sur la bonne penteto be going in the right direction
loc. tirer son épingle du jeuto get out while the going is good
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