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French-English translation for: to light up
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bâcler qc. [fam.]to botch sth. (up) [coll.]
plier bagage [fam.]to pack up and go
vêt. boutonner do up sb.'s buttons
toiser look sb. up and down
arpenter (qc.)to pace up and down (sth.)
à mi-côte {adv}halfway up (the hill)
louper qc. [fam.]to screw sth. up [coll.]
élever qn. [enfants]to bring sb. up [children]
auto tech. mettre qc. en marcheto start (up) sth.
échouer [aboutir, finir par arriver]to end up
dresser un inventaireto draw up an inventory
draguer qn. [fam.]to chat sb. up [coll.]
chercher qn./ look sb./sth. up
vaisselle {f} [plats à laver]washing-up [Br.]
La ferme ! [très familier]Shut up! [coll.]
faire la vaisselleto do the washing-up [Br.]
essuyer (la vaisselle)to dry up (the dishes) [Br.]
ranger une chambreto straighten up a room [Am.]
monter take sth. up [e.g. upstairs]
se radoucir [personne]to soften up [become easy-going]
se brouiller [idées]to get muddled up [ideas, words]
reboucher un trouto fill up a hole again
s'inscrire pour sign up for sth.
fagoter qc. [du bois]to bundle sth. up [wood]
afficher qc. [coller]to put sth. up [poster etc.]
effleurer qn./ brush (up) against sb./sth.
Ça va ? [fam.]What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
sauter en l'airto jump up and down
s'enferrerto tie oneself up in knots [coll.]
envelopper qn./qc. [recouvrir]to wrap sb./sth. up
monter d'un cranto move up a notch
faire son chignonto coil up one's hair
être levé [personne]to be up [out of bed]
se liguer contre gang up on sb.
caser qn. [loger]to put sb. up [give accommodation]
Unverified s'allier qn.)to gang up (with sb.)
arranger qc. [remettre en ordre]to tidy sth. (up)
F film L'Impossible Monsieur BébéBringing Up Baby [Howard Hawks]
loc. se mettre à son compteto set up in business
soulever qn./qc. [charge, personne]to lift (up) sb./sth.
user de faux-semblantsto put up a pretence [Br.]
amocher qn./qc. [fam.]to bash sb./sth. up [coll.]
se séparer (de qn.)to split up (with sb.) [coll.]
être du niveau requisto be / come up to standard
rafraîchir (ses connaissances en / sur qc.)to brush up (sth.)
boutonner qc. [fermer avec des boutons]to button sth. (up)
farder son visage [maquiller]to make up one's face
être à la hauteurto be / come up to standard
vêt. (bien) s'habillerto dress up [put on best clothes]
loc. frais et dispos {adj}geared up and ready to go
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