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French-English translation for: mettre
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VERB1   mettre | mets | avoir mis | mettant
VERB2   se mettre | me mets | s'être mis | se mettant
mettre qc.
to put sth.
mettre put sth. on [clothes, cosmetics etc.]
cosm. vêt. mettre qc. [maquillage, vêtements]to put on sth. [makeup, clothes]
2 Words: Verbs
s'y mettreto get busy
3 Words: Verbs
mettre à jour bring sth. up to date
hort. mettre du gazonto sod sth. [to lay turf]
mettre en gardeto caution
littérat. mettre en versto put into verse
mettre fin à terminate sth.
mettre fin à bring sth. to a close
mettre fin à bring sth. to an end
mettre l'accent sur put the emphasis on sth.
mettre l'accent sur qc. [accentuer]to stress sth. [accentuate]
cuis. mettre la tableto lay the table
mettre la tableto set the table
mettre le réveilto set the alarm
loc. mettre les bouts [fam.] [fuir]to hop it [Br.] [coll.] [to get moving]
mettre qc. à chaufferto heat up sth.
mettre qc. à jourto upgrade sth. [bring up-to-date]
mettre qc. à l'épreuveto put sth. to the test
fin. mettre qc. à profitto turn sth. to profit
mettre qc. à profitto make good use of sth.
mettre qc. à profitto turn sth. to one's advantage
naut. mettre qc. à quaito dock sth.
mettre qc. à sacto ransack sth.
mil. mettre qc. à sac [ville, région]to sack sth.
mettre qc. au garageto garage sth.
mettre qc. au jourto excavate sth. [ruins]
mettre qc. au jour [données]to update sth. [data]
mettre qc. au jour [édition]to revise sth.
mettre qc. au jour [mystère, secret]to reveal sth. [mystery, secret]
mettre qc. au jour [vérité]to bring sth. to light [truth]
mettre qc. au jour [vestige]to unearth sth. [remains]
mettre qc. au placard [fig.]to put sth. on ice [fig.]
mettre qc. au point [préparer dans les détails]to prepare sth.
mettre qc. de côtéto put sth. to one side
mettre qc. en avant [fig.]to put sth. forward [fig.]
mettre qc. en bouteillesto bottle sth.
mettre qc. en branleto set sth. in motion
mettre qc. en évidenceto emphasise sth. [Br.]
mettre qc. en évidenceto emphasize sth. [Am.]
comm. écon. mettre qc. en gageto pawn sth. [deposit sth. with a pawnbroker]
mettre qc. en jeuto put sth. at risk
mettre qc. en marcheto set sth. going
auto tech. mettre qc. en marcheto start (up) sth.
mettre qc. en marcheto set sth. in motion
mettre qc. en marcheto get sth. up and running
mettre qc. en œuvreto put sth. into action
mettre qc. en périlto jeopardise sth. [Br.]
mettre qc. en périlto jeopardize sth.
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