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French-English translation for: to break sb
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briser le cœur à / de qn.to break sb.'s heart
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récréation {f}break
brisure {f}break [fracture]
associer qn. à qn.to link sb. with sb.
présenter qn. à qn.to introduce sb. to sb.
pause {f} cigarettesmoking break
se séparerto break up
casser (qc.)to break (sth.)
péter [fam.] [casser]to break
pause-café {f}coffee break
briser qc.to break sth.
rompre qc.to break sth.
vitesse {f} follebreak-neck speed
récré {f} [fam.]break [at school]
biol. perdre les eauxto break waters
pause {f} petit déjeunermorning break
sans arrêt {adv}without a break
séparation {f}break [coll.] [in relationship]
démanteler qc.to break sth. up [dismantle]
RadioTV coupure {f} publicitaireadvert break [Br.] [coll.]
prendre une pauseto take a break
rentrer dans ses fraisto break even
écon. seuil {m} de rentabilitébreak-even point
rompreto break up [end a relationship]
lâcher des ventsto break wind [to flatulate]
pause {f} [moment de repos]break [short rest]
poindre [littéraire] [aube, jour]to break [dawn, day]
loc. détendre l'atmosphèreto break the ice [fig.]
se détraquerto break down [of a machine etc.]
se casser [objet: être mis en pièces]to break [object]
franchir le mur du sonto break the sound barrier
lier qn./qc. à qn./qc. [attacher]to bind sb./sth. to sb./sth.
comparer qn./qc. à / avec qn./qc.to compare sb./sth. to / with sb./sth.
subordonner qn./qc. à qn./qc.to subordinate sb./sth. to sb./sth.
enfreindre la règle du secretto break the code of secrecy
Laisse-moi tranquille ! [fam.]Give me a break! [coll.] [Am.]
chim. antimoine {m} <Sb>antimony <Sb>
conseiller qn./qc. à qn.to recommend sb./sth. to sb.
rappeler qn./qc. à qn.to remind sb. of sb./sth.
mener qn. à qn./qc.to take sb. to sb./sth.
passer à travers la couche de glaceto break through the ice
Laisse-moi rire ! [fam.]Give me a break! [Am.] [coll.] [stop talking nonsense]
se faire une fracture de la jambe en faisant du skito break one's leg skiing
rompre le silenceto break the silence
qn. a hâte que qn./qc. fasse qc.sb. can't wait for sb./sth. to do sth.
inform. saut de page {m}page break
lever le campto break camp
divorcerto divorce (sb.)
contrarier qn.to vex sb.
remercier qn.to thank sb.
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