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French-English translation for: to pull across
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par {prep}across
à travers {prep}across
en travers {adv}across
par-dessus {adv} {prep}across
vêt. pull-over {m}sweater
sport traction {f}pull-up
démarrerto pull out
en face de {prep}across (from)
tirer (qc.)to pull (sth.)
horizontalement {adv} [mots croisés]across [in crosswords]
à travers champs {adv}across the fields
vêt. enfiler qc.to pull on sth.
mil. se retirer [partir]to pull back
loc. tirer des ficellesto pull strings
rabattre qc.to pull sth. down
gifler qn.to slap sb. (across the face)
franchir qc. [pont]to go across sth. [bridge]
se secouer [fam.]to pull oneself together
trafic se ranger [véhicule, conducteur]to pull over
se renfrognerto pull a face [idiom]
vêt. pull {m} sans manchestank top [Br.]
remonter qc. [chaussettes]to pull sth. up
auto démarrer [véhicule]to pull away [drive away]
tomber sur qn./qc.to come across sb./sth.
transp. couper qc. [route, voie ferrée]to cut across sth.
armes sortir un couteauto pull out a knife
arracher qc. [dent]to pull sth. [take out]
vêt. pull {m} à col roulé [fam.]turtleneck sweater
trains se mettre en marcheto pull out [depart]
dent. extraire qc. [dent]to pull out sth. [tooth]
météo. balayer la plaine [vent]to sweep across the plain [wind]
de l'autre côté de {prep}across [opposite side of]
géogr. outre-Manche {adv}across the Channel [across the English Channel]
abuser de son rangto pull rank on sb.
loc. y mettre du siento pull one's weight
rencontrer qn./qc. sur son cheminto come across sb./sth.
sortir [véhicule]to pull out [vehicle: from a lot, alley]
faire marcher qn. [loc.]to pull sb.'s leg [idiom]
pistonner qn. [fam.]to pull strings for sb. [coll.] [fig.]
faire la gueule [fam.]to pull a (sulky) face [Br.]
loc. tirer à hue et à diato pull in opposite directions
tomber sur un bec [fam.] [loc.]to come across a snag [coll.] [idiom]
se dépatouiller de qc. [situation, affaire]to pull oneself out of sth.
tirer le couteau d'un coup secto pull the knife out with a jerk
traverser un fleuve à la nageto swim across a river
écon. sortir de la récessionto pull out of the recession
remonter un seau d'un puitsto pull a bucket up from a well
inform. menu {m} déroulantpull-down menu [Am.]
couper l'herbe sous le pied à/de qn. [fig.]to pull the rug (out) from under sb. [idiom]
tirer les ficelles de pouvoir [fig.] [loc.]to pull the strings of power [fig.] [idiom]
ne pas y aller de main morte [fig.] [fam.]to not pull any punches [fig.] [coll.]
sortir un lapin de son chapeau [aussi fig.] [loc.]to pull a rabbit out the hat [also fig.] [idiom]
 
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