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French-English translation for: to recover from a hangover
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de ... àfrom ... to
à partir de {prep}from [temporal]
à l'abri de {prep}safe from
à part {prep} [sauf, excepté]apart from
à part {adv} {prep}apart (from) [leaving aside]
loin de {prep}a long way from
à compter dewith effect from [+date]
méd. récupérerto recover [recuperate]
méd. guérir [personne]to recover
méd. se rétablirto recover
gueule {f} de bois [fam.]hangover [aftereffects of drunkenness]
de temps à autre {adv}from time to time
faire suite à follow on from sth.
échapper à qn./ escape (from) sb./sth.
emprunter qc. à borrow sth. from sb.
à partir d'aujourd'hui {adv}from this day onwards
épargner qc. à qn. [éviter]to spare sb. (from) sth.
ôter qc. à take sth. away from sb.
Unverified l'échapper belleto have a lucky escape (from sth.)
récupérer qc. [reprendre]to recover sth.
extorquer de l'argent à extort money from sb.
du début à la fin {adv}from start to finish {adv}
acheter qc. à qn. [chez lui]to buy sth. from sb.
celer qc. à qn. [littéraire] [vieux]to conceal sth. from sb.
égrener un raisinto remove the pips / seeds from a grape
à grands renforts de qc.with much help from sth.
loc. vivre à la petite semaineto live from day to day
délier qn. d'une promesseto release sb. from a promise
VocVoy. J'attends un colis de ...I'm expecting a parcel from ...
F film Appel d'un inconnuPhone Call from a Stranger [Jean Negulesco]
à l'écart de qn./qc. {adv}apart from sb./sth. [isolated]
Unverified sauter du coq à l'âneto jump from one subject to another
se tenir à l'écart de qn./ shy away from sb./sth.
méd. recouvrer qc. [retrouver]to recover sth. [health, eyesight, reason etc.]
soutirer qc. à qn. [obtenir par insistance]to extract sth. from sb. [obtain by insistence]
un coup {m} de tonnerre dans un ciel bleu [loc.]a bolt from the blue [idiom]
math. soustraire qc. à subtract sth. from sth.
F film La Comtesse de Hong KongA Countess from Hong Kong [Charlie Chaplin]
de {prep}from
dès {prep}from [time]
hormis {adv}apart from
désormais {adv}from now on
lausannois {adj}(of / from) Lausanne
loin de {prep}far from
désormais {adv}from then on
toulousain {adj}of / from Toulouse
provenir deto derive from
d'où {adv}where ... from
zurichois {adj}of / from Zurich
d'en bas {adv}from below
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