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French-English translation for: lever
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VERB1   lever | lève | avoir levé | levant
VERB2   se lever | me lève | s'être levé | se levant
NOUN   a lever | levers
VERB  to lever | levered | levered ... 
SYNO   lever | lever tumbler | to jimmy ... 
cuis. lever [pâte]to prove [dough]
lever raise sth.
lever qc. [soulever]to lift sth.
phys. tech. levier {m}lever
manette {f}lever [handle]
2 Words: Verbs
lever l'équivoqueto remove any doubt
se leverto rise
se leverto get up [from a chair, out of bed]
se leverto get up [get out of bed]
se lever [orage]to loom
se lever [vent, tempête]to arise
2 Words: Nouns
démonte-pneu {m}tyre lever [Br.]
3 Words: Verbs
lever le campto break camp
lever le masqueto show one's true colors [coll.] [Am.]
lever le masqueto show one's true colours [coll.] [Br.]
mil. lever le siègeto raise the siege
lever le voileto lift the veil
se lever précipitammentto leap to one's feet
3 Words: Nouns
lever {m} du jourdaybreak
lever {m} du jourdaylight
lever {m} du soleilsunrise
auto levier {m} de vitessegear lever
bicyc. poignée {f} de freinbrake lever
cuis. poudre {f} à leverraising agent
cuis. poudres {} à leverleaven {sg}
cuis. poudres {} à leverleavener {sg}
cuis. poudres {} à leverbaking agent {sg}
cuis. poudres {} à leverleavening agent {sg}
cuis. poudres {} à leverraising agent {sg}
cuis. poudres {} à leverrising agent {sg}
4 Words: Others
au lever du jour {adv}at daybreak
au lever du soleil {adv}at sunrise
4 Words: Verbs
cuis. faire lever la pâteto make the dough rise
écon. fin. lever de lourds impôtsto levy heavy taxes
se lever en sursautto scramble to one's feet
4 Words: Nouns
astron. lever {m} de la lunemoonrise
5+ Words: Verbs
loc. ne pas lever le petit doigtto not lift a finger
se lever avec le jourto get up at the crack of dawn
se lever du pied gauche [loc.]to get out of bed on the wrong side [idiom] [Br.]
se lever du pied gauche [loc.]to get up on the wrong side of the bed [idiom] [Am.]
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