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French-English translation for: to row [with an oar]
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dépôt {m} légalformal deposit [of a copy of a book etc. with an institution]
naut. sport ramerto row
algarade {f}row [argument]
gradin {m}seat row
enfilade {f}row [succession]
travée {f}row [of seats etc.]
rang {m} [gens, plantes, points]row [line]
rangée {f} [maisons, sièges, livres]row [line]
au premier rang {adv}in the first row
à l'enfilade {adv}in a row [one after the other]
furibond {adj}livid [with anger]
chaulerto whitewash [with chalk]
jalousement {adv}jealously [with jealousy]
geignant {adj} {pres-p}moaning [with pain]
transirto paralyse [with fear]
marqué {adj} {past-p} [de]marked [with]
épanoui {adj}beaming [with a smile]
chiquenaude {f} [pichenette]flick [with finger]
trains micheline {f}railcar [with rubber tyres]
blond {adj}blonde [with light hair]
agr. charrette {f}cart [with two wheels]
faire feuto fire [with a gun]
coup {m} de languelick [with tongue]
occup. théâtre habilleur {m}dresser [helps performer with costume]
traiter qc.to handle sth. [deal with]
connaissance {f}familiarity [with book, rules, language]
teindre qc.to tinge sth. [with colour]
tech. plastification {f}lamination [covering with clear plastic]
dessiné {adj} {past-p}drawn [with a pencil etc.]
éduc. boursier {m}bursar [Scot.] [student with scholarship]
geindreto moan [with pain or displeasure]
percuter qc.to hit sth. [collide with]
armes carabine {f}carbine [rifle with short barrel]
enfiévré {adj} [exalté, excité]feverish [with excitement]
ripoliné {adj} {past-p}glossed [painted with gloss paint]
bordé delined with [edged, rimmed with]
coller qc.to stick sth. [attach with glue]
eau {f} saléesalt water [water with salt]
armes stylet {m}stiletto [dagger with long, thin blade]
vouvoyer qn.[to address sb. formally with "vous"]
occup. théâtre habilleuse {f}dresser [female] [helps performer with costume]
fumer qc.to cure sth. [treat with smoke]
cuis. mironton {m}[boiled beef in sauce with onions]
audio phys. acoustique {f}acoustics [used with a singular verb]
cheviller qc.to peg sth. [affix with pegs]
s'écarquiller [yeux]to pop [eyes, with surprise]
cuis. miroton {m}[boiled beef in sauce with onions]
éduc. boursière {f}bursar [Scot.] [female student with scholarship]
gueule {f} cassée [fam.][person with facial disfigurement]
toucher à qc.to touch sth. [tamper with]
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