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VERB   rester | reste | être resté | restant
rester
12
to stay
rester
5
to remain
2 Words: Verbs
rester attentifto keep one's eyes peeled [idiom]
rester attentifto keep one's eyes skinned [idiom]
rester attentifto have (all) one's wits about one [idiom] [to be vigilant]
rester attentifto keep (all) one's wits about one [idiom] [to be vigilant]
rester avec qc.to stick with sth.
rester clouéto be stunned
rester coito remain quiet
rester éveilléto stay awake
rester flegmatiqueto keep a stiff upper lip [idiom]
rester immergéto remain submerged
dr. rester impunito go unpunished
dr. rester impunito remain unpunished
rester indifférentto remain indifferent
rester interloquéto be taken aback
rester muetto remain silent
comm. rester ouvertto stay open
rester pantoisto be flabbergasted
rester pantoisto be left speechless
rester populaireto be enduringly popular
rester sec [fam.]to be unable to reply
rester tranquilleto remain calm
rester vigilantto keep one's eyes skinned [idiom]
3 Words: Others
J'aimerais pouvoir rester.I wish I could stay.
3 Words: Verbs
rester (dans l')incognitoto be incognito
comm. fin. rester à flotto stay in business
rester à l'ombreto stay in the shade
rester au foyerto stay at home
rester collé à qc.to stay glued to sth.
rester collé sur qc.to remain stuck on sth.
rester dans l'anonymatto remain anonymous
rester dans l'expectativeto wait and see
rester dans l'histoire [loc.]to go down in history [idiom]
rester de marbre [impassible]to remain stony-faced
rester de marbre [insensible]to remain stonily indifferent
rester en arrière [après le départ des autres]to stay behind
rester en arrière [par sécurité, crainte]to keep back
rester en arrière [parmi les spectateurs]to stand back
rester en arrière [traîner]to lag behind
rester en contactto keep in touch
naut. rester en panneto be stranded [e.g. a sailing ship]
rester en rade [fam.] [personne]to be left stranded
rester en rade [fam.] [projet]to be shelved [coll.] [project]
rester en retrait [fig.]to hang back
rester en retrait [fig.]to keep a low profile [idiom]
rester en retrait [fig.]to stay in the background
rester en suspensto remain unresolved
dr. rester en vigueurto remain in effect
rester froid devant qn./qc.to remain unmoved by sb./sth.
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