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French-English translation for: périr
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Dictionary French English: périr

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VERB   périr | péris | avoir péri | périssant
périrto perish
pol. périr [empire, régime]to fall
naut. périr [navire]to go down
périr [œuvre]to be destroyed
2 Words
faire périr qn./qc.to kill sb./sth.
périr de qc.to die of sth.
3 Words
naut. périr en merto be lost at sea
4 Words
périr dans cette tentativeto die in the attempt
5+ Words
périr de sa propre mainto die by one's own hand
 
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