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Unverified sur les instances de qn.at sb.'s bidding
Unverified à la place de qn.in sb.'s stead
au cours de la vie (de qn.)over sb.'s lifetime
griller qn. [fam.] [révéler]to blow sb.'s cover [coll.]
remonter le moral à qn.to bolster sb.'s morale
briser le cœur à / de qn.to break sb.'s heart
loc. mettre qn. au pied du murto call sb.'s bluff
attirer l'attention de qn.to catch sb.'s attention
Unverified blanchir qn. [fig.] [disculper]to clear sb.'s name
égorger qn.to cut sb.'s throat
abrutir qn. [aussi fig.]to deaden sb.'s mind [also fig.]
coiffer qn.to do sb.'s hair
(bien) coiffer qn.to dress sb.'s hair
froisser qn. [blesser]to hurt sb.'s feelings
faire marcher qn. [loc.]to pull sb.'s leg [idiom]
désaltérer qn.to quench sb.'s thirst
remonter le moral à qn.to raise sb.'s morale
affermir qn. dans son opinionto reinforce sb.'s opinion
loc. sauver la mise à qn.to save sb.'s bacon
serrer la main de qn.to squeeze sb.'s hand
débarbouiller qn. [laver le visage]to wash sb.'s face
être sous la responsabilité de qn.to be in sb.'s care
chapeauter qn. [fam.]to be sb.'s superior
faire un brushing à qn.to blow dry sb.'s hair
venir en aide à qn.to come to sb.'s aid
venir à la rescousse de qn.to come to sb.'s aid
Unverified faire qc. sur le dos de qn. [fig.]to do sth. at sb.'s expense
vêt. boutonner qn.to do up sb.'s buttons
tomber aux mains de qn.to fall into sb.'s hands
crisper qn. [fam.]to get on sb.'s nerves [coll.]
faire chier qn. [fam.]to get up sb.'s nose [coll.]
aller à la rescousse de qn.to go to sb.'s rescue
faire monter l'eau à la bouche à qn. [fig.]to make sb.'s mouth water
essoriller qn./qc.to cut off sb.'s / sth.'s ears
succomber aux charmes de qn./qc.to fall for sb.'s/sth.'s charms
Unverified emboîter le pas à qn.to follow on sb.'s heels
loc. faire les quatre volontés de qn.to pander to sb.'s every whim
Unverified suggestionner qn.to put ideas into sb.'s head
mettre à qn. des bâtons dans les rouesto put obstacles in sb.'s way
sauter au cou de qn.to fling one's arms around sb.'s neck
méd. ausculter qn.to listen to sb.'s chest (with a stethoscope)
Unverified mettre à qn. des bâtons dans les rouesto put a spoke in sb.'s wheel [coll.]
faire pencher la balance en faveur de qn. [loc.]to tip the scales in sb.'s favour [Br.] [idiom]
 
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