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PRON   se | se | se | se
SYNO   SE | sou'-east | southeast ... 
se {pron}
géogr. Suède {f} [royaume de Suède]
Sweden <.se> [Kingdom of Sweden]
chim. minér. sélénium {m} <Se>selenium <Se>
2 Words: Others
qn. se lamenta [littéraire]sb. complained
se contenant {adj} {pres-p}restraining oneself
se demandant {adj} {pres-p}wondering
se déplaçant {adj} {pres-p}travelling [Br.]
se déroulant {adj} {pres-p}occuring
se déroulant {adj} {pres-p}taking place
se levant {adj} {pres-p}standing up
se liant {adj} {pres-p}binding
se plaignant {adj} {pres-p}complaining
se prétendant {adj} {pres-p}pretending
se refusant {adj} {pres-p}refusing
se réjouissant {adj} {pres-p}welcoming
se rendant {adj} {pres-p}travelling [Br.]
se retournant {adj} {pres-p}turning around
se tournant {adj} {pres-p}turning
2 Words: Verbs
(se) cabrer [cheval]to rear (up) [horse]
(se) convulserto convulse
(se) magner [fam.]to hurry up
se baignerto bath [take a bath]
se baigner [dans une baignoire]to have a bath [Br.]
se baigner [dans une baignoire]to take a bath [Am.]
se baigner [nager]to bathe [Br.] [swim]
se baigner [nager]to have a swim
se baisserto stoop
se baisserto bend down
se baladerto gallivant
se baladerto saunter
se baladerto take a walk [Am.]
se baladerto go for a walk
se balancerto swing
naut. se balancer [bateau]to rock
se barber [fam.]to be bored stiff [coll.]
se barrer [fam.] [s'enfuir]to clear off [coll.]
se barricaderto lock oneself up
se battreto exchange blows
se bécoter [fam.]to snog [Br.] [coll.]
se beurrer [fam.]to get pissed [sl.] [Br.]
se beurrer [fam.]to get plastered [coll.] [drunk]
se bidonner [fam.]to fall about laughing [coll.]
méd. se blesserto hurt oneself
méd. se blesserto injure oneself
se blottirto snuggle up
se bonifierto improve
se botterto put one's boots on
se bouderto not to be on speaking terms
se bousculer [se heurter]to bump into each other
vêt. se boutonnerto button up
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