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Dictionary French English: shut

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NOUN   a shut | shuts
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VERB  to shut | shut | shut ... 
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SYNO   to exclude | to keep out | to shut ... 
fermé {adj} {past-p}shut
Verbs
se rabattre [couvercle]to shut [of a lid]
se fermerto shut [door, gate, window, eyes]
fermer (qc.)to shut (sth.)
2 Words: Others
Écrase(-toi) ! [fam.]Shut up! [coll.]
La ferme ! [très familier]Shut up! [coll.]
Tais-toi !Shut up! [coll.]
2 Words: Verbs
cloîtrer qn.to shut sb. away
3 Words: Others
La ferme ! [fam.]Shut your face! [coll.]
La ferme ! [fam.]Shut your gob! [Br.] [sl.]
La ferme ! [fam.]Shut your puss! [Am.] [coll.]
Boucle-la ! [fam.]Shut your trap! [coll.]
La ferme ! [fam.]Shut your trap! [coll.]
Vos gueules ! [fam.]Shut your traps! [coll.]
3 Words: Verbs
être à la porteto be shut out
s'enfermer [pour s'isoler]to shut oneself away
se claustrerto shut oneself away
se cloîtrerto shut oneself away
emprisonner qn./qc. dans qc.to shut sb./sth. up in sth.
3 Words: Nouns
tech. soupape {f} d'arrêtshut-off valve
4 Words: Others
La ferme ! [fam.]Keep your trap shut! [coll.]
4 Words: Verbs
pincer la boucheto clamp one's mouth shut
écraser [ne pas protester]to keep one's mouth shut
se refuser à reconnaître qc.to shut one's eyes to sth. [fig.]
se claquemurer dans qc.to shut oneself away in sth. [e.g. in the bedroom]
s'isoler de qn./qc.to shut oneself off from sb./sth.
5+ Words: Others
Mieux vaut se taire que mal parler. [loc.]A shut mouth catches no flies. [idiom]
Ferme la fenêtre ! Il y a du courant d'air !Shut the window! It's drafty. [Am.]
Ferme la fenêtre ! Il y a du courant d'air !Shut the window! It's draughty. [Br.]
5+ Words: Verbs
se retrancher dans sa tour d'ivoireto shut oneself away in an ivory tower
rester cloîtré dans sa chambreto shut oneself away in one's room
fermer la porte au nez de qn.to shut the door in sb.'s face
s'écraser devant qn. [fam.] [se taire]to shut up in front of sb.
5+ Words: Nouns
tech. soupape {f} de sécurité / sûretéautomatic shut-off / safety valve
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