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French-English translation for: swiftly settle
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Dictionary French English: swiftly settle

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rapidement {adv}swiftly
s'installerto settle (in)
arranger qc. [régler]to settle sth. [conflict, dispute etc.]
régler qc. [dette, compte, affaire]to settle sth. [debt, account, dispute]
fin. solder qc. [compte]to settle the balance of sth. [account]
Unverified régler un compte avec qn. [aussi fig.] [se venger]to settle an account with sb. [also fig.] [exact revenge]
 
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