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French-English translation for: to do sth brilliantly
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brillamment {adv}brilliantly
avec brio {adv}brilliantly
vivement {adv} [illuminer]brilliantly
s'autoriser de qc. pour faire qc.to use sth. as an excuse to do sth.
concevoir qc. [produit, système, projet] (pour faire qc.)to design sth. (to do sth.)
éduc. former qn./qc. à faire qc.to train sb./sth. to do sth.
faire qc.to do sth.
faire qc. seulto do sth. alone
aventurer qc.to venture to do sth.
répéter qc. [refaire]to do sth. again
qn. a hâte que qn./qc. fasse qc.sb. can't wait for sb./sth. to do sth.
préférer faire qc.to prefer to do sth.
oser faire qc.to dare to do sth.
faire qc. avec sointo do sth. carefully
servir de qc.to do duty as sth.
servir de qc.to do duty for sth.
effectuer qc. [calcul, réparations, travail]to do sth.
concourir à faire qc.to help do sth.
faire qc. de malto do sth. wrong
faire qc. avec fébrilitéto do sth. feverishly
faillir faire qc.to almost / nearly do sth.
affirmer faire qc.to claim to do sth.
se priver de qc.to do without sth.
prétendre faire qc.to purport to do sth.
daigner faire qc.to deign to do sth.
vêt. fermer qc. [vêtement, chaussure]to do up sth.
malaisé à faire qc. {adj}difficult to do sth.
falloir faire qc.to be necessary to do sth.
envie {f} de faire qc.urge to do sth.
destiné à faire qc. {adj} {past-p}intended to do sth.
viser à faire qc.to aim to do sth.
faire qc. par complaisanceto do sth. to oblige
aimer mieux faire qc.to prefer to do sth.
daigner faire qc.to condescend to do sth. [deign]
impuissant à faire qc. {adj}powerless to do sth.
incapacité {f} à faire qc.inability to do sth.
refaire qc. [faire de nouveau]to do sth. again
empressement {m} à faire qc.willingness to do sth.
méditer de faire qc.to plot to do sth.
arriver à faire qc.to manage to do sth.
réussir à faire qc.to manage to do sth.
incapable de faire qc. {adj}unable to do sth.
combiner de faire qc.to plan to do sth.
destiné à faire qc. {adj}meant to do sth.
éduc. apprendre à faire qc.to learn to do sth.
tendre à faire qc.to tend to do sth.
concourir à faire qc.to combine to do sth.
s'arranger de qc.to make do with sth.
parvenir à faire qc.to manage to do sth.
feindre de faire qc.to pretend to do sth.
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