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French-English translation for: quiet
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ADJ   quiet | quiète | quiets | quiètes
ADJ   quiet | quieter | quietest
NOUN   quiet | -
VERB  to quiet | quieted | quieted ... 
SYNO   to hush | to pipe down | to quiesce ... 
tranquille {adj}
silencieux {adj}
quiet {adj} [littéraire]calm
serein {adj} [optimisme]quiet [optimism]
paisible {adj} [existence, vie, quartier]quiet [peaceful]
tranquillité {f}quiet
2 Words: Others
complètement calme {adj}absolutely quiet
Tais-toi !Be quiet!
complètement calme {adj}completely quiet
Tais-toi !Keep quiet!
2 Words: Verbs
se tenir coi [littéraire]to be quiet
se taireto be quiet [silent]
se tenir tranquille [être raisonnable]to keep quiet
se taireto keep quiet [silent]
ne pas divulguer qc.to keep sth. quiet
s'assagirto quiet down [Am.]
se calmer [débat, discussion]to quiet down [Am.]
assagir qn.to quiet sb. down [Am.]
rester coito remain quiet
se tenir coito remain quiet
2 Words: Nouns
bonheur {m} tranquillequiet bliss
occup. psych. démission {f} intérieurequiet quitting
salle {f} de reposquiet room
3 Words: Others
en fraude {adv} [en secret]on the quiet [in secret]
Fais-nous la grâce de te taire !Please, be quiet!
3 Words: Verbs
se taire sur qc.to keep quiet about sth.
faire taire qn.to make sb. be quiet
3 Words: Nouns
garder le silence {noun}to keep quiet
4 Words: Verbs
jeter une voile pudique sur qc. [fig.]to deliberately keep quiet about sth.
avoir la conscience en paixto have a quiet conscience
vivre une vie tranquilleto lead a quiet life
5+ Words: Others
Fais-nous la grâce de te taire !Do us a favour, be quiet!
Vous gagneriez à vous taire.You would be well advised to keep quiet.
5+ Words: Verbs
glisser discrètement un mot à l'oreille de qn.to have a quiet word with sb.
aspirer à la tranquillité [loc.]to long for peace and quiet [idiom]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F L'Homme tranquilleThe Quiet Man [director: John Ford (1952)]
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