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French-English translation for: nerve
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Dictionary French English: nerve

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NOUN   a nerve | nerves
VERB  to nerve | nerved | nerved ... 
SYNO   to nerve | to steel | nerve | nervus ... 
anat. méd. nerveux {adj}nerve [attr.]
anat. nerf {m} [Nervus]
audace {f} [effronterie]nerve [coll.] [audacity]
toupet {m} [fam.] [effronterie]nerve [impertinence]
2 Words: Others
énervant {adj} {pres-p}nerve-jangling
exaspérant {adj} {pres-p}nerve-jangling
énervant {adj} {pres-p}nerve-racking
exaspérant {adj} {pres-p}nerve-racking
énervant {adj} {pres-p}nerve-stretching
exaspérant {adj} {pres-p}nerve-stretching
énervant {adj} {pres-p}nerve-wracking
exaspérant {adj} {pres-p}nerve-wracking
2 Words: Verbs
avoir du souffle [fig.] [fam.] [avoir de l'audace]to have nerve [coll.]
2 Words: Nouns
anat. nerf {m} auditif [Nervus cochlearis, Nervus acusticus]acoustic nerve
anat. nerf {m} auditif [Nervus cochlearis, Nervus acusticus]auditory nerve
anat. nerf {m} auditif [Nervus cochlearis, Nervus acusticus]auricular nerve
anat. nerf {m} auditif [Nervus cochlearis, Nervus acusticus]cochlear nerve <CN>
anat. nerf {m} fémoral [Nervus femoralis]femoral nerve
anat. nerf {m} auditif [Nervus cochlearis, Nervus acusticus]hearing nerve
armes biol. chim. agent {m} innervantnerve agent
chim. gaz {m} innervantnerve agent
biol. cellules {f.pl} nerveusesnerve cells
anat. centre {m} nerveux [aussi fig.]nerve center [Am.] [also fig.]
anat. centre {m} nerveux [aussi fig.]nerve centre [Br.] [also fig.]
anat. méd. lésion {f} nerveusenerve damage
anat. fibre {f} nerveusenerve fiber [Am.]
anat. fibre {f} nerveusenerve fibre [Br.]
chim. gaz {m} innervantnerve gas
nerf {m} optique [Nervus opticus]optic nerve
anat. nerf {m} pneumogastriquepneumogastric nerve
anat. nerf {m} pudendal [Nervus pudendus]pudendal nerve
anat. sciatique {f} [Nervus ischiadicus]sciatic nerve
anat. biol. nerf {m} subcostal [Nervus subcostalis]subcostal nerve
anat. nerf {m} vaguevagus nerve
3 Words: Verbs
être gonfléto have a nerve [coll.]
ne pas manquer d'air [fam.]to have a nerve [coll.]
flancherto lose one's nerve
fournir un effort intenseto strain every nerve [idiom]
3 Words: Nouns
anat. nerf {m} thoracique long [Nervus thoracicus longus]long thoracic nerve
4 Words: Others
Il ne manque pas d'air !He's got a nerve!
4 Words: Verbs
se ficher du monde [personne, institution]to have a bloody nerve [Br.]
toucher un point sensible [loc.]to hit a (raw) nerve [idiom]
toucher un point sensible [loc.]to strike a (raw) nerve [idiom]
toucher un point sensible [loc.]to touch a (raw) nerve [idiom]
4 Words: Nouns
anat. nerf {m} cutané médial de l'avant-bras [Nervus cutaneus antebrachii medialis]medial antibrachial cutaneous nerve
5+ Words: Others
Il n'est pas gêné celui-là ! [fam.]He's got a hell of a nerve! [coll.]
Elle ne manque pas de toupet ! [fam.]She's got lot of nerve! [coll.]
Cette piqûre sert à endormir le nerf.This injection is to deaden the nerve.
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir un sacré culot [fam.]to have a hell of a nerve [coll.]
se ficher du monde [personne, autorité]to have a hell of a nerve [coll.]
méd. avoir le dos coincé [fam.]to have a trapped nerve in one's back
avoir l'audace de faire qc.to have the nerve to do sth. [coll.]
avoir le courage de faire qc.to have the nerve to do sth. [coll.]
avoir le cran de faire qc. [fam.]to have the nerve to do sth. [coll.]
avoir le toupet de faire qc. [fam.] [péj.] [loc.]to have the nerve to do sth. [coll.] [pej.] [idiom]
avoir le culot de faire qc. [loc.]to have the nerve to do sth. [idiom]
anat. méd. se coincer une vertèbre [fam.]to trap a nerve in one's back
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