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French-English translation for: put down
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NOUN   a put-down | put-downs
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SYNO   to enter | to put down | to record ... 
déposer qc.to put sth. down
rebuffade {f}put-down [rebuff]
mettre qc. sur le compte de qn./qc. [fig.]to put sth. down to sb./sth. [attribute]
Unverified taper du poing sur la table [fam.] [fig.]to put one's foot down [idiom]
 
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