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French-English translation for: telephone set
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NOUN   a telephone set | telephone sets
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SYNO   phone | telephone | telephone set
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téléphone {m}telephone
téléphone {m}phone
téléphonique {adj}telephone [attr.]
cabine {f} téléphoniquetelephone booth
téléphone {m} coulissantslide phone
téléphone {m} portablemobile phone
téléphoner qn.)to telephone (sb.)
cabine {f} téléphoniquetelephone box [Br.]
inform. télécom. téléphone {m} mobilecell phone [Am.]
coup {m} de téléphonephone call
numéro {m} de téléphonephone number
sonner qn. [belge] [appeler]to telephone sb.
téléphone {m} arabe [fam.]bush telegraph [Br.]
répondre au téléphoneto answer the phone
sport set {m}set
film RadioTV plateau {m}set
théâtre scène {f}set
jet-set {f}jet set
math. équerre {f}set square
électr. RadioTV téléviseur {m}television (set)
placer qc.to set sth.
tech. se réglerto be set
math. ensemble {m} convexeconvex set
cuis. miel {m} solideset honey
établir qc.to set sth. up
ensemble {m}set [group, matching outfit]
film sur le plateau {adv}on set
ensemble {m} de donnéesdata set
jeu {m} de donnéesdata set
service {m} de tabledinner set
en retrait deset back from
mettre le réveilto set the alarm
se fixer des objectifsto set goals
se mettre en routeto set forth
pol. ériger qc. [tribunal, société]to set sth. up
rehausser qc. [fig.]to set sth. off [accentuate, enhance]
Unverified sceller qc. [construction]to set sth. in cement / concrete
coffret {m} [ensemble de disques]box set [esp. DVDs]
mettre qc. en branleto set sth. in motion
mettre qc. en reliefto set sth. off [accentuate]
Unverified sertir qc. [pierre précieuse]to set sth. [a precious stone]
loc. se mettre à son compteto set up in business
monter sa propre affaireto set up one's own business
loc. jeter son dévolu sur qc.to set one's heart on sth.
se mettre en devoir de faire qc.to set about doing sth.
tomber à bras raccourcis sur qn. [fam.]to set on / about sb. [coll.] [to attack]
se faire faire un shampooing et une mise en plisto have a shampoo and set
détailler qc. [raisons, plans]to set sth. out in detail [reasons, plans]
Unverified fouler qc. [un sol, un lieu]to set foot in / on sth.
mettre la tableto set the table
poser une colle à qn. [fam.]to set sb. a poser [coll.]
 
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