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s'acheminer (ver)to make one's way (to or toward(s))
s'accommoder à qc. [s'adapter]to adapt to sth.
s'évertuer à faire qc.to try one's best to do sth.
La naissance de ta fille, ça s'arrose !Let's drink to your new baby daughter !
s'avérerto prove to be
s'endormirto go to sleep
fuirto take to one's heels [fig.]
s'accentuerto come to a head [idiom]
méd. s'aliter [maladie]to go to bed [illness]
s'avouer qc.to admit sth. to oneself
s'éveiller [esprit, ville]to come to life
s'immobiliser [involontairement]to come to a halt
s'offrir qc.to treat oneself to sth.
soutenir qn.to come to sb.'s defence
s'accrocher à qc.to cling to sth.
s'acharner dans qc.to adhere to sth.
s'opposer à qc.to object to sth.
Il vaut mieux ...It's better to ...
s'accoutumer à qc.to get used to sth.
s'adonner à qc.to addict oneself to sth.
s'adonner à qc.to dedicate oneself to sth.
s'affilier à qc.to become affiliated to sth.
s'appliquer à qc.to apply oneself to sth.
s'arranger de qc.to become reconciled to sth.
s'arranger de qc.to face up to sth.
s'arranger de qc.to resign oneself to sth.
s'avérer exactto turn out to be true
s'avérer fauxto turn out to be false
s'habituer à qc.to get used to sth.
s'avérer être difficileto prove to be difficult
s'avérer sans fondementto prove (to be) groundless
s'estimer heureux (de)to consider oneself lucky (to)
s'abonner à qc. [périodique, télevision]to subscribe to sth.
s'arranger de qc.to come to terms with sth.
s'engager à qc. [promettre]to undertake to do sth.
s'incliner devant qn./qc.to defer to sb./sth.
s'aviser de faire qc.to dare to do sth.
s'efforcer de faire qc.to strive to do sth.
s'empresser de faire qc.to hasten to do sth.
s'offrir aux regardsto expose oneself to the public
coller à son sujetto stick to one's subject
revenir à la raisonto come to one's senses
s'asseoir sur le trôneto come to the throne
se lever en sursautto scramble to one's feet
méd. ausculter qn.to listen to sb.'s chest (with a stethoscope)
s'adresser à qn.to speak to sb. [for a reason]
s'arrimer à qc.to hang on to sth. [hold tightly]
s'engager envers qn./qc.to commit oneself to sb./sth.
Unverified mettre qc. à profitto turn sth. to one's advantage
s'acharner à faire qc.to try desperately to do sth.
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