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French-English translation for: sound out
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SYNO   to check out | to feel out ... 
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knock-out {adj}knocked out
tech. antisonique {adj}sound-absorbent
film théâtre RadioTV bruiter qc.to add sound effects to sth.
semblerto sound [appear]
sonner (qc.)to sound (sth.)
bruit {m}sound
film théâtre RadioTV bruiteur {m}sound effects engineer
cliquetis {m}clicking (sound)
géogr. détroit {m}sound
audio mus. phys. son {m}sound
rassembler à qc.to sound like sth. [have same sound]
fond {m} sonorebackground sound
audio film perche {f} sonsound boom
ling. son {m} (vocalique)(vowel) sound
sain et sauf {adj}safe and sound
aviat. phys. mur {m} du sonsound barrier
phys. vitesse {f} du sonspeed of sound
franchir le mur du sonto break the sound barrier
sain {adj} [dent, esprit, jambes, bras, aussi: idée, etc.]sound [healthy, in good condition, also: idea etc.]
d'autorité {adv} [sans réflexion]out of hand
dehors {adv}out
dehors {prep}out of
délavé {adj}washed-out [faded]
démodé {adj}out of fashion
déplacé {adj}out of place [inappropriate]
empâté {adj} {past-p}thickened out [by putting on weight]
étendu {adj} {past-p}stretched out
lessivé {adj} [fam.] [épuisé]washed out [coll.] [exhausted]
vêt. râpé {adj} {past-p}worn out
saillant {adj}sticking (out) [protruding]
Unverified usé {adj} [personne]washed-out
accomplir qc. [mission, travail]to carry sth. out
aménager qc. [un magasin]to fit out sth. [a shop]
assommer qn.to knock sb. out [unconscious]
aviat. naut. baliser qc.to mark sth. out with beacons
bégayer qc.to stutter (out) sth.
bouter qn. [vieux]to drive sb. away / out
crever [fam.] [mourir]to peg out [coll.] [to die]
crier (qc.)to cry out (sth.) [call loudly]
débourser qc.to pay sth. out
débusquer qn./qc.to flush sb./sth. out [from cover]
découvrir qc.to find sth. out [ascertain]
dégager qc. [faire ressortir]to bring sth. out [meaning]
déloger qn. [chasser, virer]to drive sb. out [expel]
démarrerto pull out
déménagerto move out [from home, office etc.]
Unverified déraper [prix, politique economique]to get out of control
Unverified déraper [voiture]to spin out (of control) [car]
désigner qc. [indiquer]to point sth. out
dessécher qc.to dry sth. out
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