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French-English translation for: nervous
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Dictionary French English: nervous

Translation 1 - 31 of 31

FrenchEnglish
ADJ   nervous | more nervous | most nervous
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SYNO   aflutter | nervous | nervous | neural ... 
tendu {adj}
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nervous
énervé {adj}nervous
nerveux {adj}nervous
2 Words: Verbs
avoir le trac [fam.]to feel nervous
agacer qn.to make sb. nervous
énerver qn.to make sb. nervous
2 Words: Nouns
serrement {m} de gorge [fig.](nervous) gulp
psych. crise {f} de nerfsnervous breakdown
psych. crise {f} de nerfsnervous collapse
méd. psych. neurasthénie {f}nervous debility
psych. crise {f} de nerfsnervous disintegration
méd. psych. fatigue {f} nerveusenervous exhaustion
méd. psych. fatigue {f} nerveusenervous fatigue
nerveux {m}nervous person
nerveuse {f}nervous person [female]
méd. psych. neurasthénie {f}nervous prostration
anat. système {m} nerveuxnervous system
méd. psych. tic {m} nerveuxnervous tic
3 Words: Nouns
anat. biol. système {m} nerveux autonome <SNA>autonomic nervous system <ANS>
anat. biol. système {m} nerveux végétatif <SNV>autonomic nervous system <ANS>
anat. système {m} nerveux centralcentral nervous system
biol. système {m} nerveux somatiquesomatic nervous system <SNS>
anat. système {m} nerveux symphatiquesympathetic nervous system
4 Words: Verbs
psych. avoir une crise de nerfsto be a nervous wreck
avoir peur de faire qc.to be nervous about doing sth.
être nerveux à l'idée de faire qc.to be nervous about doing sth.
4 Words: Nouns
méd. clinique {f} neurologiqueclinic for nervous diseases
5+ Words: Verbs
méd. psych. être atteint de troubles nerveuxto be suffering from a nervous disorder
méd. psych. être épuisé nerveusementto be suffering from nervous exhaustion
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F Femmes au bord de la crise de nerfsWomen on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown [Pedro Almodóvar (1988)]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
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