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French-English translation for: to put down a disturbance
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rebuffade {f}put-down [rebuff]
déposer qc.to put sth. down
Unverified taper du poing sur la table [fam.] [fig.]to put one's foot down [idiom]
mettre qc. sur le compte de qn./qc. [fig.]to put sth. down to sb./sth. [attribute]
à bas {adv}down
éteindre un feuto put out a fire
millésimer qc.to put a date on sth.
faire honte à qn.to put sb. to shame
passer une chemiseto put / slip on a shirt
user de faux-semblantsto put up a pretence [Br.]
mettre qn. à l'essaito put sb. to the test
mettre qc. à l'épreuveto put sth. to the test
bouchonner un chevalto rub down a horse
loc. tomber à l'eauto go down the drain
Unverified se soumettre à qn.to bow down to sb.
perturbation {f}disturbance
loc. mettre la touche finale à qc.to put the finishing touches to sth.
se ramener à qc.to boil down to sth. [fig.]
troubles {m.pl}disturbance {sg}
se mettre à genouxto get down on one's knees
Unverified mettre à qn. des bâtons dans les rouesto put obstacles in sb.'s way
ceindre sa tête d'un bandeau [littéraire]to put a band round one's head
tapage {m} [bruit excessif]disturbance [excessive noise]
échafauder un planto put together a plan
Ils habitent à deux pas (d'ici).They live just down the road.
Il a rentré la voiture dans le garage.He put the car in the garage.
Unverified réduire qc. à qc.to narrow sth. down to sth.
consacrer qc. à qc. [temps, effort]to put sth. into sth. [invest time, effort]
corner une pageto turn down the corner of a page
mettre qc.to put sth.
placer qc.to put sth.
grossirto put on weight
sport lancer {m} du poidsshot put
vêt. revêtir qc.to put sth. on
assembler qc.to put sth. together [assemble]
se maquillerto put on make-up
s'empâter [personne]to put on weight
prendre du poidsto put on weight
ranger qc. [objets, vêtements]to put sth. away
opposer qc.to put up resistance to sth.
se botterto put one's boots on
cuis. enfourner qc.to put sth. in the oven
croire en qc.to put faith in sth.
se guêtrerto put one's gaiters on
affranchir qc. [lettre]to put postage on sth.
comm. passer (une) commandeto put in an order
fin. acompte {m}down payment
couché {adj}lying down
en bas {adv}down
Unverified freinerto slow down
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