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French-English translation for: subir
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Dictionary French English: subir

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French English
VERB   subir | subis | avoir subi | subissant
subir qc. [dommages, etc.]
to suffer sth.
subir qc. [interrogatoire, opération chirurgicale]
to undergo sth.
subir qc.to be subjected to sth.
subir qc. [changements]to go through sth.
subir qc. [défaite, dégâts]to sustain sth.
subir qc. [défaite, perte]to incur sth. [suffer, sustain] [e.g. a loss]
mil. pol. subir qc. [défaite]to endure sth.
subir qn./qc.to put up with sb./sth.
3 Words: Verbs
faire subir qc. à qn. [défaite, pertes]to inflict sth. on sb.
faire subir qc. à qn. [examens médicaux]to make sb. undergo sth.
faire subir qc. à qn. [stress, insultes, torture]to subject sb. to sth. [stress, insults, torture]
subir des dommagesto suffer damage
subir l'influence de qn.to be under sb.'s influence
subir un affrontto suffer a slight
subir un échecto fail
subir un échec [temporairement]to suffer a setback
subir un suppliceto be tortured
subir un supplice [fig.]to go through torture [fig.]
constr. subir une transformation [bâtiment]to be altered
subir une transformation [en mieux]to be transformed
subir une transformation [pays, société]to undergo a change
agr. textile subir une transformation [produit agricole, textile]to be processed
subir une transformation [radicale]to undergo a transformation
4 Words: Verbs
mil. subir de lourdes pertes [blessés, morts]to sustain heavy losses [casualties]
fin. subir des pertes importantesto sustain heavy losses
fin. subir des pertes importantesto lose large sums of money
subir le contrecoup de qc.to feel the effects of sth.
subir le contrecoup de qc.to suffer the effects of sth.
subir le même sortto suffer the same fate
subir les conséquences de qc.to suffer the consequences of sth.
subir un dur entraînementto go through a rigorous training
méd. subir une intervention chirurgicaleto undergo surgery
5+ Words: Verbs
faire subir à qn. un interrogatoire à la chansonnette [loc.]to give sb. the third degree [coll.] [idiom] [subject to a long and menacing interrogation]
auto faire subir un alcootest à qn.to breathalyse sb. [Br.]
faire subir un étranglement à qn.to have sb. in a headlock
dr. faire subir un interrogatoire à qn.to cross-question sb.
subir la colère de qn. en silenceto suffer sb.'s anger in silence
subir un passage à tabac [fam.] [loc.] [tabassage]to get a good going-over [coll.] [idiom] [suffer a beating]
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