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French-English translation for: to be burned at the stake
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loc. être dans tous ses étatsto be in a state [highly emotional]
être incapable de faire qc.to be unable to do sth. [incapable]
littérat. le merveilleux {m}the fabulous
à gauche {adv}to the left
lethe [definite article]
les Alpes {f.pl}the Alps
les Suédois {m.pl}the Swedish
cuis. passe-thé {m}tea strainer
dr. le barreau {m}the Bar
les Japonais {m.pl}the Japanese
écol. pol. les Verts {m.pl}the Greens
thé {m} dansanttea dance
les Anglais {m.pl}the English
bourse le parquetthe floor
dr. le parquetthe prosecution
sociol. les pauvres {m.pl}the poor
cuis. sachet {m} de théteabag
géogr. cévenol {adj}of the Cevennes
les bases {f.pl}the basics
cuis. cuillère {f} à théteaspoon
cuis. tasse {f} à théteacup
l'essentiel {m}the essentials {pl}
auto embrayerto engage the clutch
celui-là {pron}the former
le même {pron}the same
globalement {adv}on the whole
celui-ci {pron}the latter
au maximum {adv}to the utmost
géogr. les Carpates {f.pl}the Carpathians
ce dernier {adj}the latter
relig. les fidèles {f.pl}the faithful
littérat. relig. brebis {m}the flock [fig.]
l'Orient {m}the East
pol. l'Occident {m}the West
loc. être haut comme trois pommes [fam.]to be a titch [coll.] [esp. Br.]
loc. avoir fort à faireto be tied up [to have one's hands full]
ne pas savoir faire qc.to be unable to do sth. [swim, read]
loc. n'y voir que du feu [fam.]to be completely taken in [coll.]
se faire du souci pour qn./qc.to be concerned about sb./sth.
être dans l'incapacité de faire qc.to be unable to do sth.
savoir gré à qn. de qc.to be grateful to sb. for sth.
être dupe de qn.to be taken in by sb. [coll.] [to be fooled]
se faire bouffer [fam.] [accaparer]to be / get taken over [by another company]
être de mèche avec qn. [fam.]to be in cahoots with sb. [coll.]
ne pas blairer qn. [fam.] [supporter]to be unable to stand sb. [tolerate]
en avoir marre de qc. [fam.]to be fed up with sth. [coll.]
en être à ses balbutiements [fig.] [débuts]to be in its early stages
ne pas pouvoir faire qc.to be unable to do sth. [attend, reach]
Voulez-vous avoir l'obligeance de ...Would you be kind enough to ...
les Danois {m.pl}the Danes [people]
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