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French-English translation for: to get along like cats and dogs
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loc. Il pleut des cordes.It's raining cats and dogs.
Autant il aime les chiens, autant il déteste les chats.He likes dogs as much as he hates cats.
s'entendre avec get along with sb.
prov. Chien qui aboie ne mord pas.Barking dogs seldom bite.
boulerto roll (along)
ballotterto jolt along
tituberto stagger along
prov. Il ne faut pas réveiller le chat qui dort.Let sleeping dogs lie.
le long de {prep}along
circulerto move along [move about]
longer walk along sth.
marcher en clopinantto hobble along
trottiner [personne, souris]to scurry along
cahoter [véhicule]to bounce along [vehicle]
marcher à cloche-piedto hop (along)
zool. chiens {} de prairie [genre Cynomys]prairie dogs
emmener qn./ take sb./sth. along
marcher clopin-clopant [en boitant]to hobble along
Unverified tenir qn. en haleine [fig.]to string sb. along
au fur et à mesure {adv}as one goes along
avancer à tâtons [aussi fig.]to feel one's way along [also fig.]
comme {conj}like
mafieux {adj}mafia-like
tout comme {adv}just like
ouaté {adj} [fig.] [ambiance]cocoon-like
tel que {prep}like [such as]
Unverified en trombe {adv} [fig.]like lightning
aimer qn./ like sb./sth.
Tu voudrais ... ?Would you like (to) ... ?
bien aimer qn./ like sb./sth.
ramer [fam.]to work like a dog [coll.]
loc. comme un malade {adv} [fam.]like a madman [coll.]
bâfrer (qc.) [fam.]to eat (sth.) like a pig
ressembler à qn./ look like sb./sth.
traiter qn. de treat sb. like sth.
dormir comme un loirto sleep like a log
loc. aller comme un gantto fit like a glove
ridiculiser make sb. look like a fool
rassembler à sound like sth. [have same sound]
être semblable à qn./ be like sb./sth.
avoir envie de (faire) feel like (doing) sth.
se sentir merveilleusement biento feel like a million dollars
Quel temps fait-il ?What's the weather like?
loc. trembler comme une feuilleto shake / tremble like a leaf
Je ne m'aime pas.I don't like myself.
Unverified se répandre comme une traînée de poudreto spread like wildfire
avoir l'air de qn./ look like sb./sth.
à l'instar de {prep}just like [following the example of]
C'est tout à fait lui !That's just like him.
Tu veux manger quelque chose ? [fam.]Would you like anything to eat?
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