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VERB   partir | pars | être parti | partant
partir
9
to leave
partir
4
to depart
partir
3
to go [leave]
partirto go away [leave, depart]
2 Words: Verbs
faire partir qc.to start sth.
armes faire partir qc. [arme]to let sth. off
faire partir qc. [feux d'artifice]to set sth. off
faire partir qc. [saleté]to wipe sth. off
faire partir qn.to make sb. leave
partir à qc.to go out to sth. [e.g. a distant country]
partir avant qn.to leave before sb. (does)
sport partir gagnantto start out favorite [Am.]
sport partir gagnantto start out favourite [Br.]
partir gagnantto be on to a winner
partir précipitammentto leave in a hurry
partir précipitammentto leave in a rush
partir tranquillementto amble off
3 Words: Others
à partir d'aujourd'hui {adv}from this day onwards
à partir de {prep}from [temporal]
3 Words: Verbs
naut. partir au largeto go offshore
partir de Franceto leave France
partir en avantto go ahead
naut. tourisme partir en croisièreto go on a cruise
partir en déplacementto travel on business
occup. partir en déplacementto go away on business
partir en flèche [loc.]to skyrocket [idiom]
partir en flèche [loc.]to be off like a shot [idiom]
partir en fuméeto go up in smoke [also fig.]
partir en lambeauxto fall to pieces
dr. mil. partir en patrouilleto set off on patrol
sport partir en randonnéeto go rambling
sport partir en randonnéeto go trekking
sport partir en randonnéeto go on a hike
mil. partir en reconnaissanceto go on reconnaissance
partir en reconnaissance [fig.]to go and have a look around
partir en trombeto go hurtling off
tourisme VocVoy. partir en vacancesto go on holiday
partir en vadrouille [fam.]to wander off
partir en voyageto go on a journey
partir pour longtempsto go away for a long time
partir sans prévenirto leave without telling anybody
songer à partirto think of leaving
4 Words: Others
à partir de demain {adv}as from tomorrow
à partir de maintenant {adv}as of now
à partir de maintenant {adv}from now on
Il vaudrait mieux partir.It would be best to leave.
4 Words: Verbs
agir à partir de qc. [information]to act on sth. [information]
faire mine de partirto make as if to go
partir à bride abattueto dash off
partir à la découverteto go exploring
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