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VERB1   tirer | tire | avoir tiré | tirant
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VERB2   se tirer | me tire | s'être tiré | se tirant
tirer (qc.)
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to pull (sth.)
armes tirer (qc.) [une fléchette, avec une arme]
6
to shoot (sth.) [dart, with a gun]
tirer (qc.)
4
to fire (sth.) [bullet, with a gun]
tirer qc.to haul sth.
jeux tirer qc.  la pétanque, boule en main]to throw sth.
jeux tirer qc.  la pétanque, boule placée]to knock sth. out [in pétanque]
tirer qc. [dessiner - plan]to draw up sth. [plan]
sport tirer qc. [en haltérophilie]to lift sth. [weightlifting]
tirer qc. [étirer - vers le bas]to pull sth. down
tirer qc. [étirer - vers le haut]to pull sth. up
tirer qc. [fam.] [passer]to spend sth. [time]
édition tirer qc. [livre]to print sth.
sport tirer qc. [tennis : passing-shot, volée]to hit sth. [tennis]
tirer qc. [tirailler]to drag sth.
tirer qc. [traîner - en remorquant]to draw sth. [tow]
tirer qc. [traîner - en remorquant]to tow sth.
2 Words: Verbs
s'en tirerto cope
s'en tirerto scrape by
s'en tirer  un accident]to escape
s'en tirer  une punition]to get away with it [coll.]
méd. s'en tirer [fig.]  une maladie]to pull through [fig.] [survive illness, injury]
se tirer [fam.] [partir, quitter un endroit]to clear off [coll.]
se tirer [fam.] [s'enfuir]to beat it [coll.] [clear off]
tirer qc. de qc.to draw sth. out of sth. [pull]
tirer qc. de qc.to pull sth. out of sth.
tirer qc. de qc. [document]to abstract sth. from sth.
tirer qc. de qc. [fabriquer]to derive sth. from sth.
tirer qc. de qc. [fabriquer]to get sth. from sth.
tirer qc. de qc. [fabriquer]to make sth. from sth.
tirer qc. de qc. [objet]to take sth. out of sth.
tirer qc. de qc. [récit]to base sth. on sth.
tirer qc. de qn.to get sth. out of sb. [e.g. information]
tirer qn. d'affaireto put sb. in the clear
fin. tirer qn. d'embarrasto help sb. out financially
tirer qn. d'embarrasto get sb. out of a difficult situation
tirer qn. d'embarrasto help sb. out of a predicament
tirer qn. d'embarras [situation délicate]to get sb. out of a difficult situation
tirer sur qc.to tweak sth.
tirer sur qc.to tug on sth.
tirer sur qc. [cigarette]to take a puff of sth. [cigarette]
fin. tirer sur qc. [délais, budget]to stretch sth. [e.g. budget]
tirer sur qn./qc.to fire at sb./sth.
armes tirer sur qn./qc.to snipe at sb./sth. [shoot]
armes tirer sur qn./qc.to take a shot at sb./sth.
3 Words: Verbs
se tirer d'affaireto get out of trouble
se tirer d'affaireto get (oneself) out of a situation
se tirer d'embarrasto get oneself out of a difficult situation
se tirer de qc. [situation, difficultés]to come through sth. [situation, difficulties]
tirer (au sort)to cast lots
tirer (au sort)to draw lots
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