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Dictionary French English: through

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ADJ   through | - | -
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NOUN   through | throughs
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SYNO   done | through | through with ... 
par {prep}
4
through
à travers {prep}through
par l'intermédiaire de {prep}through
fini {adj} [relation]through [Am.] [coll.]
2 Words: Others
parcourant {adj} {pres-p}going through
mouillé {adj}wet (through)
2 Words: Verbs
outil. transpercer qc.to bore through sth.
mil. percer [soleil, rayon, militaire]to break through
constr. percer qc. dans qc. [route, canal, tunnel]to build sth. through sth.
imposer qc.to carry sth. through
dent. percer [dent]to come through
réchapper de qc.to come through sth.
se tirer de qc. [situation, difficultés]to come through sth. [situation, difficulties]
météo. zébrer qc. [éclair dans le ciel]to flash through sth. [lightning]
feuilleter qc. [survoler]to flip through sth. [book, newspaper]
parcourir qc. [examiner rapidement]to glance through sth.
passer par qc. [aussi fig.]to go through sth. [also fig.]
fouiller qc.to go through sth. [search painstakingly]
vivre qc. [époque, période]to live through sth. [era, period]
transiter parto pass through
poindre [soleil]to peep through
se frayer un chemin dans qc. [tâche, livre]to plough through sth. [fig.]
imposer qc.to push sth. through
faire passer qc. [accord]to push sth. through
faire endurer qc. à qn.to put sb. through sth.
faire passer qc. [réforme]to put sth. through
fouiller qc.to rifle through sth.
fouiner dans qc. [fam.]to rummage through sth.
armes hist. embrocher qn. [adversaire]to run sb. through
armes hist. mil. transpercer qn. [épée]to run sb. through
dr. pol. faire voter rapidement [projet de loi]to rush sth. through
jouer des coudes [fam.]to shove through [coll.]
transparaître [forme, lumière, sentiment]to show through [form, light, emotions]
passer qc. au crible [aussi fig.]to sift through sth. [also fig.]
3 Words: Others
cuis. mi-cuisson {adv}halfway through cooking
3 Words: Verbs
épauler qn.to come through for sb. [idiom]
errer sans but dans la vieto drift through life
passer par la Suèdeto drive through Sweden
imposer qc.to follow through with sth.
accomplir des formalitésto go through formalities
se plier en quatreto jump through hoops [in order to achieve sth.] [idiom]
se racheter (par qc.)to redeem oneself (through sth.)
mus. théâtre filer qc. [scène, pièce]to run straight through sth.
se rouillerto rust (away / through)
4 Words: Verbs
percer qc. [mur, bois]to bore a hole through sth.
passer à travers la couche de glaceto break through the ice
se frayer un chemin dans qc. [sous-bois]to cut one's way through sth.
aviat. parcourir une région [objet volant]to fly through a region
prendre la mouche [loc.]to go through the roof [coll.] [idiom]
mentir effrontémentto lie through one's teeth
mentir comme un arracheur de dentsto lie through one's teeth
ichtyo. passer à travers les mailles [poisson]to pass through the net
cracher au bassinet [fig.]to pay through the nose [fig.]
se frayer un chemin à travers qc. [foule, chambre]to push one's way through sth.
mil. sortir du rang [fig.]to rise through the ranks
naut. parcourir une région [navire]to sail through a region
mener une affaire à biento see a matter through
parcourir sommairement un rapportto skim through a report
glisser entre les doigts de qn.to slip through sb.'s fingers
glisser entre les mains de qn.to slip through sb.'s fingers
se glisser dans la fouleto slip through the crowd
dr. passer à travers les mailles [malfaiteur]to slip through the net
passer à travers les mailles du filet [aussi fig.] [fam.]to slip through the net [also fig.] [coll.]
piétiner dans la boueto trudge through the mud
errer par les ruesto wander through the streets
armes mil. siffler [projectile]to whistle through the air
4 Words: Nouns
tech. portique {m} de détectionwalk-through metal detector
5+ Words: Verbs
être de passageto be on the way through [to be travelling through]
mil. sortir du rang [fig.]to come up through the ranks
franchir un cap difficileto get through a difficult period
sortir par la porte de derrièreto go out through the back door
passer par la filière officielleto go through the proper channels
naut. mener son embarcation parmi les récifsto guide one's boat through the reef
se frayer un chemin dans la fouleto make one's way through the crowd
faire une nuit complèteto sleep right through the night
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