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French-English translation for: to go like a train
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trains train {m} à grande vitesse <TGV>high-speed train
monter dans un trainto get on a train
trains faire dérailler un trainto derail a train
trains train {m} de fretgoods train [esp. Br.]
trains train {m} de marchandisesgoods train [esp. Br.]
trains train {m} de marchandisesfreight train
trains train {m} de voyageurspassenger train
trains train {m} de fretfreight train
jouets train-jouet {m}toy train
train {m} fantômeghost train
ramer [fam.]to work like a dog [coll.]
loc. comme un malade {adv} [fam.]like a madman [coll.]
ressembler à qn./ look like sb./sth.
bâfrer (qc.) [fam.]to eat (sth.) like a pig
ridiculiser make sb. look like a fool
loc. aller comme un gantto fit like a glove
dormir comme un loirto sleep like a log
être semblable à qn./ be like sb./sth.
rassembler à sound like sth. [have same sound]
se sentir merveilleusement biento feel like a million dollars
loc. trembler comme une feuilleto shake / tremble like a leaf
à l'instar de {prep}just like [following the example of]
C'est tout à fait lui !That's just like him.
kiffer qn./qc. [fam.] [jeune] [aimer, apprécier]to like sb./sth. (a lot)
se baladerto go for a walk
aller à la maisonto go home
sortir à reculonsto go out backwards
se promenerto go for a walk
Il n'aime parler à personne.He does not like to speak to anybody.
faire une promenadeto go for a walk
faire quelques pasto go a few steps
se rendre à [aller à]to go to
Il n'y a rien de tel que qc.There is nothing like sth.
se mettre au régimeto go on a diet
entrer dans une salleto go into a room
loc. tomber à l'eauto go down the drain
aller faire un pique-niqueto go for a picnic
loc. être gonflé à bloc [personne]to be raring to go
se promener [en voiture]to go for a drive / ride
présenter l'aspect d'une prisonto look like a prison
jurer comme un charretier [expression]to swear like a trooper [expression]
loc. avoir une sale tête [fam.] [faire peur]to look like a nasty piece of work [coll.] [to look evil]
aller à la rescousse de go to sb.'s rescue
VocVoy. J'aimerais six timbres à quarante-six pence.I'd like six forty-six pence stamps. [Br.]
train {m}train
trains gare {f}train station
sport s'entraînerto train
éduc. se formerto train [learn]
éduc. former train sb.
trains tortillard {m} [fam.](small) local train
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