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French-English translation for: twist
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Dictionary French English: twist

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NOUN   a twist | twists
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VERB  to twist | twisted | twisted ... 
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SYNO   to convolute | to pervert ... 
tordre qc.
5
to twist sth.
vriller [fil]to twist
se vriller [fil]to twist
détourner qc. [loi]to twist sth.
torsader qc.to twist sth.
déformer qc. [fig.] [paroles]to twist sth. [fig.] [words]
Nouns
rebondissement {m} [de procès, affaire]twist [new development]
torsade {f} [rouleau de fil en spirale]twist [of thread etc.]
2 Words
anat. tordre le bras à qn. [aussi fig.]to twist sb.'s arm [also fig.]
3 Words
faire des tours et des détours [route, rivière]to twist and turn [e.g. a road, river]
anat. méd. se tordre la chevilleto twist one's ankle
anat. se retourner le doigtto twist one's finger
anat. méd. se tordre le piedto twist one's foot
anat. méd. se tordre le poignetto twist one's wrist
cuis. pain {m} au bâton(campfire) twist bread [also: stick bread, campfire bread]
arrêt {m} du destintwist of fate
caprice {m} du sorttwist of fate
coup {m} du destintwist of fate
4 Words
être cinglé [fam.] [fou]to be round the twist [coll.] [idiom] [mad]
prendre une tournure inattendueto take a surprising twist
déformer qc.to twist sth. (out of shape)
former un nœud en tordant qc.to twist sth. into a knot
film littérat. RadioTV péripétie {f}twist in the plot
5+ Words
s'énerverto get one's knickers in a twist [Br.] [idiom]
être dans tous ses états [loc.]to get one's knickers in a twist [coll.] [idiom]
se tracasserto get oneself into a twist [fig.] [coll.] [idiom]
donner un tour nouveau à qc.to give a new twist to sth.
laisser qn. en plan [loc.]to leave sb. to twist in the wind [idiom]
mener qn. par le bout du nez [loc.]to twist sb. round one's (little) finger [idiom]
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