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French-English translation for: to cop it [be killed]
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flic {m} [fam.]cop [coll.]
occup. motard {m} (de police)motorcycle cop [coll.]
condé {m} [fam.] [agent de police]cop [coll.] [policeman]
réussirto achieve [be successful]
être affaméto starve [be hungry]
désobéissant {adj}fractious [likely to be troublesome]
être attentifto concentrate [be attentive]
réussirto pass [be successful in]
parler franchementto speak up [be frank]
patienterto bear with sb. [be patient]
imprimé {m}form [document to be filled in]
se tromperto err [formal] [be wrong]
arranger qn. [convenir]to suit sb. [be convenient]
qn. pourraitsb. could [would be able to]
lessive {f} [linge à laver]washing [clothes to be washed]
entendre parler learn about sth. [be told]
se débrouillerto manage [be able to do, get along]
être allongéto lie [to be in a horizontal position]
assumer qc. [accepter]to accept sth. [be comfortable with]
se devoir d'être be supposed to be sth.
pulluler [grouiller, abonder]to swarm [e.g. tourists, be full of]
s'agir de involve sth. [be a question of]
avoir la trouille [fam.]to have the willies [coll.] [be scared]
se rendre compte de realize sth. [be aware of]
loc. avaler des couleuvres [fam.]to swallow a lie [to be taken in]
chanceler [être menacé] [pouvoir, trône]to totter [be threatened] [power, throne]
loc. avaler des couleuvres [fam.][to allow one's self to be insulted]
s'allongerto lie [to be in / go into a horizontal position]
se voir [tache, étiquette, marque, émotion]to show [be visible or evident]
se rendre compte de realise sth. [Br.] [be aware of]
être dupe de be taken in by sb. [coll.] [to be fooled]
avoir la frousse [fam.] [avoir peur]to have the willies [coll.] [to be scared]
être simple comme bonjour [fam.]to be a doddle [Br.] [coll.] [to be an easy task]
tremper dans qc. [fam.] [être impliqué]to be mixed up in sth. [coll.] [be implicated]
s'intituler qc. [avoir pour titre]to be entitled sth. [book, pub etc: be called]
qn. pouvaitsb. could [used to be able to, was able to]
Unverified se faire [avoir lieu, être possible]to happen [come about, be possible]
ce {pron}it
il {pron}it
le {pron}it
dedans {adv}in it
géogr. Italie {f}Italy <.it>
Laisse tomber ! [fam.]Forget it!
Il pleut.It's raining.
Unverified Fiche le camp !Beat it!
déjà {adv} [intensif]as it is
Sois bref !Cut it short!
Le voilà.There it is.
Admettons-le.Let's face it.
loc. loin de {adv}far from it
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