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French-English translation for: to break out of column
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colonne {f} de fuméecolumn of smoke
enfreindre la règle du secretto break the code of secrecy
dehors {prep}out of
démodé {adj}out of fashion
détonnerto be out of place
déplacé {adj}out of place [inappropriate]
hors serviceout of order
s'essoufflerto get out of breath
hors d'usageout of use
hors de vue {adj}out of sight
d'autorité {adv} [sans réflexion]out of hand
être mal proportionnéto be out of proportion
tout à trac {adv}out of the blue
avoir l'air déplacéto look out of place
être fouto be out of one's mind
hors de portée de tir {adv}out of (shooting) range
loc. monter qc. en épingleto blow sth. out of proportion
dévaler de tear out of sth. [exit rapidly]
loc. vendre la mècheto let the cat out of the bag
se trouver à court de run out of sth.
Unverified tirer qn. d'affaireto get sb. out of a situation
écarter qn. [en le poussant]to shove sb. out of the way
se régaler de get a kick out of sth. [coll.]
loc. tirer son épingle du jeuto get out of a tight spot
prov. Loin des yeux, loin du cœur.Out of sight, out of mind.
être arrivé au bout du tunnel [loc.]to be out of the wood / woods [idiom]
tirer les vers du nez à qn. [fam.]to worm information out of sb. [coll.]
loc. se payer la tête de qn. [fam.]to take the mickey out of sb. [Br.] [coll.]
comm. Temporairement en rupture de stock.Temporarily out of stock.
C'est hors de question !Out of the question!
loc. avoir disparu de la circulationto drop out of circulation
pas à sa place {adj}out of place [person]
Il n'en est pas question !Out of the question!
prendre plaisir à get a kick out of sth. [coll.]
Ma patience est à bout !I've run out of patience !
par respect pour qn./qc. {adv}out of respect for sb./sth.
loc. Il a pris une sacrée cuite. [fam.]He got pissed out of his brains. [vulg.] [very drunk]
se foutre de qn. [vulg.]to take the piss out of sb. [Br.] [vulg.]
perdre patienceto run out of patience
Je ne me sens pas à ma place ici.I feel out of place here.
colonne {f}column
journ. rubrique {f}column
colonnette {f}little column
journ. rubrique {f} mondainesociety column
journ. rubrique {f} mondainesocial column
anat. colonne {f} vertébralespinal column
knock-out {adj}knocked out
récréation {f}break
brisure {f}break [fracture]
rompre break sth.
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