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French-English translation for: to become obvious
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patent {adj}obvious
évident {adj}obvious
manifeste {adj}obvious
limpide {adj} [évident]obvious
loc. sauter aux yeuxto be blindingly obvious
Il tombe sous le sens que ...It is patently / blatantly obvious (that) ...
devenirto become
transparaîtreto become apparent
déchanterto become disenchanted
se détacherto become unfastened
se dessinerto become apparent
se déshydraterto become dehydrated
s'angliciserto become anglicized
s'attiédirto become lukewarm
s'éraillerto become hoarse
s'américaniserto become Americanized
s'estomperto become blurred
s'enhardirto become bolder
s'américaniserto become Americanised [Br.]
se complexifierto become more complex
s'abêtirto become a moron
se produireto become a reality
pâlirto turn / grow / become pale
se révéler [apparaître]to become apparent
s'assouplir [cuir]to become supple
se savoirto be / become known
se troubler [perdre contenance]to become flustered
s'assouplir [règlement]to become more relaxed
s'embrouillerto become confused [person, ideas]
s'embourgeoiser [personne]to become middle-class
se resserrer [amitié, relation]to become stronger
s'étioler [personne, communauté]to become weaker
s'assouplir [méthode, système]to become more flexible
méd. s'intensifier [douleur]to become more intense [pain]
s'assouplir [caractère, personne]to become more accommodating
s'assouplir [position, attitude]to become less rigid
se replier sur soi-mêmeto become withdrawn
tire-bouchonnerto become crumpled up [sleeves, trousers]
s'obstruer [se boucher]to be / become blocked
adm. entrer en vigueurto become effective [law etc.]
s'irriter contre become exasperated with sb.
s'éprendre de qn. [littéraire]to become enamoured of
prendre conscience de become aware of sth.
s'affilier à become affiliated to sth.
se résigner à become reconciled to sth.
s'arranger de become reconciled to sth.
se familiariser aver become familiar with sth.
se rendre compte de become aware of sth.
s'incruster dans become embedded / encrusted in sth.
s'acharner sur become deeply absorbed in sth.
s'enflammer pour qn./ become passionate about sb./sth.
s'éprendre de qn. [littéraire]to become enamoured of sb. [Br.]
devenir immunisé contre become inured to sth. [accustomed to hardship]
hist. tomber dans les oubliettes de l'histoireto become a forgotten page in the history books
Personne ne savait ce qu'elle était devenue.Nobody knew what had become of her.
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique]to become institutionalised [organisation, practice] [Br.]
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique]to become institutionalized [organisation, practice] [Am.]
s'animer [conservation, débat]to become lively [conservation, debate]
se teinter de qc. [sentiment] [fig.]to become tinged with sth. [feeling] [fig.]
se faire qc. [devenir] [ex.: La chaleur se faisait de plus en plus grande.]to become sth.
redevenir normalto become normal again
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