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French-English translation for: savoir
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VERB   savoir | sais | avoir su | sachant
savoir qc.
to know sth.
entregent {m}savoir-faire
savoir {m}knowledge
2 Words: Others
à savoir {adv}namely
2 Words: Verbs
math. savoir compterto be numerate
savoir faire qc.to be able to do sth. [know how to]
savoir faire qc. [être capable de]to know how to do sth.
savoir improviserto know how to improvise
savoir vivre [être poli]to know how things are done
savoir vivre [profiter de la vie]to know how to enjoy life
se savoirto be / become known
2 Words: Nouns
occup. sociol. savoir-être {m}interpersonal skills
occup. sociol. savoir-être {m}social skills
occup. sociol. savoir-être {m}soft skills
occup. sociol. savoir-être {m}inter-personal skills
savoir-faire {m}know-how
savoir-vivre {m}manners {pl}
savoir-vivre {m}mastery of the social graces
3 Words: Verbs
faire savoir qc. à qn.to acquaint sb. with sth. [inform]
faire savoir qc. à qn.to advise sb. of sth. [inform]
faire savoir qc. à qn.to communicate sth. to sb.
faire savoir qc. à qn.to impart sth. to sb.
faire savoir qc. à qn.to let sb. know sth.
se savoir traquéto know that one is being hunted (down)
3 Words: Nouns
occup. savoir-faire {m} d'antanskills handed down over the years
4 Words: Others
loc. en savoir long sur qc.to know a lot about sth.
4 Words: Verbs
être curieux de savoir qc.to be interested in knowing sth.
manquer de savoir-vivreto be lacking in the social graces
ne pas savoir faire qc.to be unable to do sth. [swim, read]
savoir gré à qn. de qc.to be grateful to sb. for sth.
éduc. sociol. savoir lire et écrireto be literate
savoir meubler ses journéesto know how to fill one's leisure time
savoir meubler ses loisirsto know how to fill one's leisure time
savoir s'y prendre avec qc.to have a knack with / for sth.
savoir se faire respecterto know how to command respect
5+ Words: Others
Cela console de savoir que ...It is some consolation to know that ...
la question de savoir sithe question of whether
5+ Words: Verbs
ne pas trop savoir quoi faireto be at a loose end [fig.] [coll.] [also: at loose ends] [not knowing what to do next]
ne plus savoir que dire [loc.]to be at a loss for words [coll.]
prétendre ne rien savoir de l'affaireto profess total ignorance of the matter
ling. savoir lire sur les lèvresto be a lip-reader
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