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French-English translation for: to give sth off
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donner qc.to give sth.
méd. faire une injection de qc. à qn./qc.to give sb./sth. an injection of sth.
donner qc.to give sth. away
abandonner qc.to give sth. up
révéler qc.to give sth. away [reveal]
essayer qc.to give sth. a try [coll.]
se démunir de qc.to give up sth.
loc. donner prise à qc.to give rise to sth.
nacrer qc.to give a pearly gloss to sth.
voter qc. à qn.to vote to give sb. sth.
rendre qc. à qn.to give sth. back to sb.
ajouter foi à qc.to give / lend credence to sth.
privilégier qc. [donner priorité à]to give priority to sth.
faire don de qc.to give sth. away [as donation]
faire cadeau de qc.to give sth. away [as gift]
annuler qc.to call sth. off
vêt. ôter qc.to take sth. off
constr. cloisonner qc.to partition sth. off
couper qc.to cut sth. off
éteindre qc.to switch sth. off
décommander qc.to call sth. off
flanquer qc. à qn. [fam.]to give sb. sth. [fine, blow]
expédier qc.to send sth. off [despatch]
enlever qc.to take sth. off [to remove]
faire tomber qc.to knock off sth. [object]
cocher qc.to check (off) sth. [esp. Am.]
cocher qc.to tick (off) sth. [esp. Br.]
débuter par qc.to start (off) with sth.
cuver qc. [fam.]to sleep sth. off [coll.]
autoriser qn. à faire qc.to give / grant sb. permission to do sth.
éteindre qc.to turn sth. off [machine, light etc.]
afficher qc. [exhiber] [péj.]to show off with sth.
enlever qc. [habillement]to take off sth. [coat etc.]
se vanter de qc.to show off with sth.
rehausser qc. [fig.]to set sth. off [accentuate, enhance]
mettre qc. en reliefto set sth. off [accentuate]
Unverified déballer qc. [fam.]to get sth. off one's chest
achever qn./qc. [tuer]to finish sb./sth. off [to kill]
remettre qc. au lendemainto put sth. off to tomorrow
loc. renvoyer qc. aux calendes grecquesto put sth. off indefinitely
taper qc. à qn. [fam.]to scrounge sth. off sb. [coll.]
loc. donner un coup de pouce à qc.to give a boost to sth.
reculer qc. [dans le temps]to put sth. off / back [date, event etc.]
essoriller qn./qc.to cut off sb.'s / sth.'s ears
inform. off {adj} [fam.] [éteint]off
renoncerto give up
accoucherto give birth
céder [casser]to give way
céderto give in / up
céder le pasto give way
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