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French-English translation for: relever
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VERB1   relever | relève | avoir relevé | relevant
VERB2   se relever | me relève | s'être relevé | se relevant
relever qc. [déceler]
to notice sth.
relever qc. [clôture]to put sth. back up (again)
relever qc. [constater]to ascertain sth.
relever qc. [date, nom]to note sth. down
relever qc. [erreur, contradiction]to point sth. out
relever qc. [manette]to raise sth.
constr. relever qc. [mur]to rebuild sth.
relever qc. [objet]to pick sth. up [from the floor / ground]
cuis. relever qc. [plat, sauce]to season sth.
cuis. relever qc. [plat, sauce]to spice sth. up
relever qc. [remettre debout]to pick sth. up [which has fallen over]
relever qc. [souligner]to accentuate sth.
relever qc. [souligner]to emphasise sth. [Br.]
relever qc. [souligner]to emphasize sth. [Am.]
relever qc. [souligner]to stress sth. [emphasize, underline]
relever qc. [souligner]to pick sth. out [also: to pick out sth.] [highlight]
relever qc. [souligner]to bring sth. into prominence [idiom]
relever qc. [souligner]to throw sth. into relief [idiom]
relever qc. [souligner]to single out sth. (as important)
auto relever qc. [vitre de voiture]to wind sth. up
relever qn. [remplacer] [sentinelle etc.]to relieve sb. [replace] [sentry etc.]
2 Words: Verbs
méd. relever de qc. [malade]to be recovering from sth.
se releverto get out of bed again
se relever [après avoir été assis]to get up again
se relever [après une chute]to pick oneself up
3 Words: Verbs
relever l'identité de qn.to take down sb.'s particulars
relever la gageureto take up the challenge
mil. relever la gardeto change the guard
relever la têteto look up
relever la têteto raise one's head
relever la tête [ne pas être vaincu]to refuse to accept defeat
relever le défito accept the challenge
relever le défito pick up the gauntlet [idiom]
relever le défito take up the challenge
relever le défito take up the gauntlet [idiom]
relever le front [fig.]to regain confidence
relever le gant [fig.]to take up the gauntlet [fig.]
relever une injure [fig.]to react to an insult
méd. se relever de qc. [malade]to recover from sth.
4 Words: Verbs
relever de ses fonctionsto come within one's duties
relever qn. de ses fonctionsto relieve sb. of their duties
5+ Words: Verbs
fin. relever les salaires de 3 %to increase salaries by 3%
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