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VERB   sortir | sors | avoir/être sorti | sortant
sortirto go out
sortir [véhicule]to pull out [vehicle: from a lot, alley]
sortir qc.to take sth. out
inform. sortir qc. [données, résultats]to output sth.
film sortir qc. [film]to release sth.
sortir qc. [livre, modèle, nouveau produit]to bring sth. out
sortir qn. [fam.]to chuck sb. out [coll.]
sortir qn. [fam.]to throw sb. out
2 Words: Verbs
s'en sortirto cope
s'en sortirto manage [cope]
s'en sortirto get along [idiom] [cope]
méd. s'en sortir [fig.]to pull through [fig.] [survive illness, injury]
méd. s'en sortir [maladie]to get over it [idiom] [recover from illness]
s'en sortir [situation difficile]to get through
s'en sortir [situation difficile]to come out on top
s'en sortir [situation difficile]to get out of it
sortir avec qn. [loc.]to go out with sb. [idiom]
sortir avec qn. [loc.] [amoureux]to date sb.
sortir de qc.to leave sth.
sortir de qc.to come out of sth.
cuis. sortir déjeunerto go out for lunch
sortir ensemble [loc.]to go out [idiom] [date one another]
sortir gagnant [loc.]to come out on top [idiom] [win]
sortir grandito emerge stronger
sortir grandito gain in importance
sortir grandito gain in stature
sortir indemneto escape uninjured
sortir mangerto eat out
sortir précipitammentto hurry out
armes sortir qc. brusquement [arme, couteau]to whip sth. out
sortir qn. d'affaireto get sb. out of trouble
sortir qn. d'affaireto get sb. out of a spot [idiom]
sortir qn. de qc.to get sb. out of sth.
3 Words: Verbs
s'en sortir indemneto get off scot-free [idiom] [unharmed]
s'en sortir indemne [loc.]to come through unscathed [idiom]
sortir à reculonsto go out backwards
cuis. sortir au restaurantto go out to a restaurant
sortir d'une réunionto leave a meeting
sortir de l'anonymat [devenir célèbre]to emerge from obscurity
sortir de l'anonymat [dire son nom]to reveal one's identity
météo. sortir de l'hiverto reach the end of winter
sortir de l'impasseto break the deadlock
sortir de l'œuf [loc.]to be still wet behind the ears [idiom]
sortir de l'ordinaire [loc.]to be out of the ordinary [idiom]
sortir de l'ornière [d'une situation difficile] [loc.]to get out of a difficult situation [idiom]
sortir de l'ornière [d'une situation difficile] [loc.]to get out of a tricky situation [coll.] [idiom]
sortir de l'ornière [de la routine] [loc.]to get out of a rut [coll.] [idiom]
théâtre sortir de scène [aussi fig.]to leave the stage [also fig.]
sortir de soito lose control of oneself
sortir de tableto leave the table
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