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French-English translation for: to cuddle up to sb
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faire un câlin à qn./ cuddle sb./sth.
soutenir back sb. up
vêt. habiller dress sb. (up)
remonter cheer sb. up
aguerrir toughen up sb.
éveiller wake sb. up
dérider brighten sb. up
dérider cheer sb. up
télécom. appeler call sb. up
réveiller wake sb. up
éduquer qn. [élever]to bring sb. up
rattraper catch up with sb.
draguer qn. [fam.]to chat sb. up [coll.]
boucler qn. {noun} [fam.] [enfermer]to lock sb. up
toiser look sb. up and down
flatter butter sb. up [coll.] [fig.]
vêt. boutonner do up sb.'s buttons
élever qn. [enfants]to bring sb. up [children]
chercher qn./ look sb./sth. up
se liguer contre gang up on sb.
s'allier qn.)to gang up (with sb.)
caser qn. [loger]to put sb. up [give accommodation]
effleurer qn./ brush (up) against sb./sth.
envelopper qn./qc. [recouvrir]to wrap sb./sth. up
soulever qn./qc. [charge, personne]to lift (up) sb./sth.
amocher qn./qc. [fam.]to bash sb./sth. up [coll.]
se séparer (de qn.)to split up (with sb.) [coll.]
faire chier qn. [fam.]to get up sb.'s nose [coll.]
se blottir contre qn./ snuggle up to sb./sth.
chiffonner qn. [fam.]to rub sb. up the wrong way [coll.]
faire un croc-en-jambe à trip sb. up
loc. tenir tête à stand up to sb. [refuse to back down]
rejoindre qn./qc. [se joindre à]to meet up with sb./sth.
aller chercher qn./ pick up sb./sth. [collect, stop for]
se blottir contre qn./qc. [par peur, froid]to huddle up against sb./sth.
ramasser qn./ pick sb./sth. up [passengers, things lying on the ground]
il appartient à qn. de faire is up to sb. to do sth.
Unverified prendre fait et cause pour qn./qc. [locution]to stand up for sb./sth. [idiom]
aller chercher qn. [en véhicule]to pick sb. up [go and collect in a vehicle]
repiquer qn. [fam.] [arrêter qn. à nouveau]to pick sb. up again [coll.] [rearrest sb.]
Unverified se faire des mamours [fam.]to have a kiss and cuddle [coll.]
associer qn. à link sb. with sb.
présenter qn. à introduce sb. to sb.
lier qn./qc. à qn./qc. [attacher]to bind sb./sth. to sb./sth.
comparer qn./qc. à / avec qn./ compare sb./sth. to / with sb./sth.
subordonner qn./qc. à qn./ subordinate sb./sth. to sb./sth.
chim. antimoine {m} <Sb>antimony <Sb>
mener qn. à qn./ take sb. to sb./sth.
conseiller qn./qc. à recommend sb./sth. to sb.
rappeler qn./qc. à remind sb. of sb./sth.
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