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French-English translation for: to come up with an idea
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caresser l'idéeto toy with the idea
F film Viens avec moiCome Live with Me [Clarence Brown]
être à la hauteurto be / come up to standard
être du niveau requisto be / come up to standard
rattraper qn.to catch up with sb.
s'allier qn.)to gang up (with sb.)
se séparer (de qn.)to split up (with sb.) [coll.]
se terminer brusquementto come to an abrupt end
loc. être gavé de qc. [fam.]to be fed up with sth. [coll.]
rejoindre qn./qc. [se joindre à]to meet up with sb./sth.
en avoir marre de qc. [fam.]to be fed up with sth. [coll.]
Unverified arriver comme un cheveu sur la soupeto come at an inconvenient moment
s'accommoder de qc. [s'adapter]to put up with sth.
dresser un inventaireto draw up an inventory
Unverified régler un compte avec qn. [aussi fig.] [se venger]to settle an account with sb. [also fig.] [exact revenge]
faire un come-backto come back [return to success]
idée {f}idea
utopie {f} [idée]utopian idea
Aucune idée !No idea!
idée {f} bien arrêtéeentrenched idea
ne pas avoir la moindre idéeto not have the slightest idea
ne pas se douter que qn. fait qc.to have no idea that sb. is doing sth.
venirto come
arriver [venir]to come
revenirto come back
Allez !Come on!
apparaîtreto come into view
se descellerto come loose
redescendreto come back down
naut. accoster qc.to come alongside sth.
arriver en retardto come late
être utileto come in handy
loc. Advienne que pourra.Come what may.
rentrer (chez soi) [revenir]to come home
Viens ici ! [fam.]Come over here!
arriver à tempsto come in time
Comment ça (se fait) ?How come?
trouver un compromisto come to a compromise
s'immobiliser [involontairement]to come to a halt
s'éveiller [esprit, ville]to come to life
faire son retourto come back [return to success]
jouir [sexuellement]to come [coll.] [have an orgasm]
loc. ramasser une gamelleto come a cropper [Br.]
apprendre qc. [savoir]to come to know sth.
loc. ramasser une bûcheto come a cropper [Br.]
venir au-devant de qn.to come towards sb.
loc. ramasser une pelleto come a cropper [Br.] [coll.]
rentrer en grâceto come back into favour [Br.]
être issu de qc.to come / result from sth.
tomber sur qn./qc.to come across sb./sth.
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