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French-English translation for: to wander from one topic to another
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trente et une {adj}thirty-one
vingt et une {adj}twenty-one
soixante et onze {adj}seventy-one
quarante et un {adj}forty-one
quatre-vingt-uneeighty-one
quatre-vingt-onze {adj}ninety-one
cinquante et unfifty-one
le seul {pron}the only one
soixante et un {adj}sixty-one
soixante et unesixty-one
à partir d'aujourd'hui {adv}from this day onwards
Vous venez d'où ? [fam.]Where are you from?
ôter qc. à qn.to take sth. away from sb.
J'en reviens.I'm coming back from there.
prendre la succession de qn.to take over from sb.
épargner qc. à qn. [éviter]to spare sb. (from) sth.
sociol. de tous les milieuxfrom all walks of life
pas folichon [fam.]far from brilliant [coll.] [lacking intellect]
se tenir éloigné de qc.to keep away from sth.
Unverified l'échapper belleto have a lucky escape (from sth.)
se débarbouillerto wash one's face
se moucherto wipe one's nose
lâcher priseto lose one's grip
se désaltérerto quench one's thirst
perdre contenanceto lose one's composure
se cambrerto arch one's back
endimanché {adj}in one's Sunday best
en imagination {adv}in (one's) mind
lui par exemplehe for one
un à un {adv}one by one
un par un {adv}one by one
à sa guise {adv}as one pleases
se rassasierto eat one's fill
loc. vivre à la petite semaineto live from day to day
dater du dix-septième siècleto date from the seventeenth century
délier qn. d'une promesseto release sb. from a promise
effeuiller qc. [ôter les feuilles]to pluck the leaves from sth.
extorquer de l'argent à qn.to extort money from sb.
acheter qc. à qn. [chez lui]to buy sth. from sb.
d'ici ce soirfrom now until / till this evening
remonter au dix-septième siècleto date from the seventeenth century
empêcher qn. de faire qc.to prevent sb. from doing sth.
loc. de fond en comble {adv} [fouiller]from top to bottom [search]
celer qc. à qn. [littéraire] [vieux]to conceal sth. from sb.
ramener qn./qc. de quelquepartto fetch sb./sth. from somewhere
à grands renforts de qc.with much help from sth.
du début à la fin {adv}from start to finish {adv}
empêcher qn. de faire qc.to hinder sb. from doing sth.
égrener un raisinto remove the pips / seeds from a grape
tirer son origine de qn./qc.to originate from sb./sth.
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