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French-English translation for: going.
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Dictionary French English: going

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ADJ   going | - | -
NOUN1   a going | goings
NOUN2   going | -
VERB  to go | went | gone/[archaic] agone
going | goes
SYNO   departure | going | going away ... 
allant {adj} {pres-p}
2 Words: Others
complaisant {adj} {pres-p}easy-going
coulant {adj} {pres-p} [personne]easy-going
debonnaire {adj}easy-going
parcourant {adj} {pres-p}going through
2 Words: Verbs
décoller [spectacle]to get going
se secouer [réagir] [fam.]to get going [coll.]
auto tech. faire démarrer qc. [voiture, moteur]to get sth. going
faire marcher qc.to get sth. going
mettre sur pied qc. [créer]to get sth. going
se pérenniserto keep going
se maintenirto keep going [person, business, machine]
entretenir qc. [feu, conversation, rivalités]to keep sth. going
lancer qc. [débat, affaire]to set sth. going
faire marcher qc.to set sth. going
mettre qc. en marcheto set sth. going
2 Words: Nouns
sortie {f} [activité]going out
fin. tarif {m} en vigueurgoing rate
théâtre fréquentation {f} des théâtrestheatre-going
3 Words: Others
Une fois, deux fois, trois fois, adjugé !Going, going, gone!
Alors, ça carbure ? [fam.]How's it going?
en êtes-vous ? [comment ça va]How's it going?
Allons-y !Let's get 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
avoir la patate [fig.]to be going strong [coll.] [idiom] [runner]
aller bon train [ventes, affaires]to be going well
mettre les choses en trainto get things going
secouer les puces à qn.to make sb. get going [idiom]
3 Words: Nouns
va-et-vient {m} [passage]coming and going
jeux jeu {m} des chaises musicalesgoing to Jerusalem [game]
sociol. fête {f} d'adieugoing-away party
naut. navire {m} de haute merocean-going ship
4 Words: Others
Tout va de travers aujourd'hui.Everything's going wrong today.
Il faut que je parte.I must be going.
Je prendrai ce qu'il y a.I'll have whatever's going.
météo. Il va neiger.It's going to snow.
Je n'ai plus de voix.My voice is going.
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
aller faire qc.to be going to do sth. [in the future]
allumer le feuto get the fire going
insister lourdement sur qc.to keep going on about sth.
alimenter la conversation [personne]to keep the conversation going
s'interdire les sortiesto refrain from going out
4 Words: Nouns
chassé-croisé {m} [manœuvres]continual coming and going
anat. blanchissement {m} précoce des cheveuxhair going gray prematurely [Am.]
anat. blanchissement {m} précoce des cheveuxhair going grey prematurely [Br.]
5+ Words: Others
Hein ? Qu'est-ce qui se passe ? [hein : marque l'étonnement]Eh, what's going on here (then)?
Vraiment, il dépasse les limites !He's really going too far!
auto Cette voiture roule très vite !That car's going very fast!
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.
Les candidats n'ont pas cessé de défiler.There was an endless coming and going of applicants.
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
auto dépanner une autoto get a car going again [following a breakdown]
se faire arranger [fam.]to get a good going-over [coll.]
subir un passage à tabac [fam.] [loc.] [tabassage]to get a good going-over [coll.] [idiom] [suffer a beating]
loc. tirer son épingle du jeuto get out while the going is good [idiom]
arranger qn. [fam.]to give sb. a good going-over [coll.]
se renvoyer la balle [discuter]to keep a lively argument going
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