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biol. lait {m} maternelmother's milk
briser le cœur à / de qn.to break sb.'s heart
loc. jeter son dévolu sur qc.to set one's heart on sth.
se confier à qn.to pour out one's heart to sb. [idiom] [fig.]
se consacrer à qc. de tout cœurto set one's heart on sth.
conquérir le cœur de qn. [fig.]to win sb.'s heart [fig.]
avoir le cœur sur les lèvres [parler sans déguisement]to wear one's heart on one's sleeve
s'acheminer (ver)to make one's way (to or toward(s))
mère {f}mother
occup. relig. intendante {f}Mother Superior
nacre {f}mother-of-pearl
langue {f} maternellemother tongue
mère {f} patriemother country
mère {f} porteusesurrogate mother
marâtre {f} [mauvaise mère]uncaring mother
belle-mère {f}mother-in-law
mère {f} biologiquebirth mother [biological mother]
relig. mère {f} de DieuMother of God
notre mère {f} la TerreMother Earth
anat. cuis. cœur {m}heart
méd. cardiomégalie {f}enlarged heart [cardiomegaly]
par cœur {adv}by heart
perdre courageto lose heart
anat. méd. occup. chirurgien {m} cardiaqueheart surgeon
méd. crise {f} cardiaqueheart attack
méd. défaillance {f} cardiaqueheart failure
méd. bruits {m.pl} cardiaquesheart murmur {sg}
anat. méd. occup. chirurgienne {f} cardiaqueheart surgeon [female]
volte-face {f}change of heart
méd. maladie {f} de cœurheart condition
méd. insuffisance {f} cardiaque <IC>heart failure <HF>
méd. cardiaque {f}person with a heart condition [female]
méd. cardiaque {m}person with a heart condition [male]
avoir bon cœurto have a good heart
au cœur de {prep}at the heart of [fig.]
en plein cœur (de)right in the heart (of)
littérat. F Frappe-toi le cœur [Amélie Nothomb]Strike your Heart
mourir de chagrinto die of a broken heart [idiom] [fig.]
auto transp. s'attacher [en voiture]to fasten one's seat belt
s'accommoder à qc. [s'adapter]to adapt to sth.
faire prévaloir ses droitsto claim one's right(s)
s'acquitter de son devoirto discharge one's duty
s'empiffrer [fam.]to stuff one's face [coll.]
s'éclaircir la voixto clear one's throat
s'humecter les lèvresto moisten one's lips
essoriller qn./qc.to cut off sb.'s / sth.'s ears
s'accommoder de qc. [s'adapter]to put up with sth.
s'accouder à qc.to lean one's elbows on sth.
s'avancer vers qn./qc.to move toward(s) sb./sth.
s'insinuer dans qc.to trick one's way into sth.
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