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French-English translation for: to labour away at sth
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mâchouiller qc. [fam.]to chew (away) at sth.
naut. arrimer qc.to stow sth. away
donner qc.to give sth. away
mus. pianoter [tapoter]to tinkle away (at the piano)
enlever qc. [prendre]to take sth. away
tenir qc. éloignéto keep sth. away
loin (de qc.) {adv}away (from sth.)
révéler qc.to give sth. away [reveal]
ranger qc. [objets, vêtements]to put sth. away
chasser qn./qc.to chase sb./sth. away
se détourner de qc.to turn away from sth.
faire don de qc.to give sth. away [as donation]
faire cadeau de qc.to give sth. away [as gift]
se tenir éloigné de qc.to keep away from sth.
jeter qc. [mettre au rebut]to throw sth. away / out
ôter qc. à qn.to take sth. away from sb.
se tenir à l'écart de qn./qc.to shy away from sb./sth.
miner qn./qc. [fig.] [saper]to wear sb./sth. away / down [fig.]
bafouer qc.to scoff at sth.
viser qc.to aim at sth.
becqueter qc.to peck (at) sth.
mâchonner qc.to nibble (at) sth.
tirer sur qc.to fire at sth.
rire de qc.to laugh at sth.
se cramponner à qc.to clutch at sth.
tourner qc. en ridiculeto sneer at sth.
regarder qn./qc.to look at sb./sth.
être fort en qc.to be good at sth.
rire de qn./qc.to laugh at sb./sth.
s'étonner de qc.to be surprised at sth.
foncer sur qn./qc.to rush at sb./sth.
asséner qc. à qn. [aussi : assener]to hurl sth. at sb.
jeter un coup d'œil à qc.to glance at sth.
armes diriger qc. sur qn. [arme]to aim sth. at sb. [weapon]
loc. prendre qc. pour argent comptantto take sth. at face value
labour {m}ploughing [Br.]
travail {m}labour [Br.]
braquer qc. sur / vers qn.to point sth. at sb. [gun, camera]
faire corps avec qc. [nature, émotions]to be at one with sth.
écon. population {f} activelabour force
habiter / dans) qc. [adresse (lieu, pays)]to live at / in sth. [place]
travailleurs {m.pl}labour {sg} [Br.] [workers]
méd. accoucherto be in labour [Br.]
apposer sa signature en bas de qc.to sign at the bottom of sth.
méd. déclencher l'accouchementto induce labour [Br.]
Fête {f} du TravailLabour Day [Br.]
écon. marché {m} du travaillabour market [Br.]
Fête {f} du TravailLabour Day [Can.]
Fête {f} du TravailLabour Day [Aus.]
être en travailto be in labour [Br.]
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