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French-English translation for: to get sth off
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Unverified déballer qc. [fam.]to get sth. off one's chest
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descendreto get off [bus, train]
être viré [fam.]to get laid off
s'écarter du sujetto get off the track
loc. en être quitte pour la peurto get off with a fright
loc. se décharger d'un trop-pleinto get it off one's chest
constr. cloisonner qc.to partition sth. off
couper qc.to cut sth. off
décommander qc.to call sth. off
éteindre qc.to switch sth. off
annuler qc.to call sth. off
vêt. ôter qc.to take sth. off
enlever qc.to take sth. off [to remove]
expédier qc.to send sth. off [despatch]
acheter qc.to get sth. [buy]
obtenir qc.to get sth. [obtain]
recevoir qc. [obtenir]to get sth.
surmonter qc.to get over sth.
faire tomber qc.to knock off sth. [object]
cuver qc. [fam.]to sleep sth. off [coll.]
cocher qc.to tick (off) sth. [esp. Br.]
débuter par qc.to start (off) with sth.
cocher qc.to check (off) sth. [esp. Am.]
finir qc.to get sth. done [finish]
saisir qc.to get hold of sth.
se vanter de qc.to show off with sth.
afficher qc. [exhiber] [péj.]to show off with sth.
mettre qc. en reliefto set sth. off [accentuate]
rehausser qc. [fig.]to set sth. off [accentuate, enhance]
enlever qc. [habillement]to take off sth. [coat etc.]
éteindre qc.to turn sth. off [machine, light etc.]
rencontrer qc. [problèmes, difficultés]to get into sth.
se procurer qc.to get sth. [through effort]
récupérer qc. [retrouver, recouvrer]to get sth. back
remettre qc. au lendemainto put sth. off to tomorrow
loc. renvoyer qc. aux calendes grecquesto put sth. off indefinitely
achever qn./qc. [tuer]to finish sb./sth. off [to kill]
aller chercher qn./qc.to get [fetch] sb./sth.
s'habituer à qc.to get used to sth.
Unverified s'emballer pour qc.to get enthusiastic about sth.
s'accoutumer à qc.to get used to sth.
loc. avoir vent de qc.to get wind of sth.
se défaire de qc.to get rid of sth.
s'empêtrer dans qc.to get entangled in sth.
taper qc. à qn. [fam.]to scrounge sth. off sb. [coll.]
familiariser qn. à qc.to get sb. used to sth.
se guérir de qc.to get over sth. [illness, grief]
gagner qc. [argent, salaire]to get sth. [earn money, salary]
comprendre l'essentiel de qc.to get the gist of sth.
s'apprêter à faire qc.to get ready to do sth.
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