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Dictionary French English: watch

Translation 1 - 38 of 38

FrenchEnglish
NOUN   a watch | watches
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VERB  to watch | watched | watched ... 
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SYNO   to follow | to keep an eye on ... 
regarder qc.
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to watch sth.
surveiller qn./qc.to watch sb./sth.
Nouns
montre {f}
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watch [wristwatch]
surveillance {f}
16
watch [lookout]
sentinelle {f}watch [guard]
2 Words: Others
Attention !Watch out!
Gare !Watch out!
Attention les yeux ! [fam.]Watch out!
2 Words: Verbs
mil. faire la sentinelleto keep watch
surveiller qn. [prisonnier, malade]to watch (over) sb.
se surveillerto watch oneself [be careful]
faire attentionto watch out
se tenir à carreau [loc.]to watch out
faire gaffe [fam.]to watch out [beware]
veiller sur qn.to watch over sb.
garder qn./qc.to watch over sb./sth.
voir transpirer qn.to watch sb. sweat
assister impuissant à qc.to watch sth. helplessly
2 Words: Nouns
montre {f} analogiqueanalog [Am.] watch
montre {f} analogiqueanalogue watch [Br.]
horl. montre {f} numériquedigital watch
outil. montre {f} à affichage numériquedigital watch
garde {f} de nuitnight watch
horl. bracelet {m} de montrewatch band
horl. chaîne {f} de montrewatch chain
horl. montre(-bracelet) {f}wrist watch
3 Words: Verbs
surveiller qn./qc. de prèsto keep watch on sb./sth.
méd. surveiller sa ligneto watch one's figure
ling. surveiller son langageto watch one's language
loc. se tenir à carreauto watch one's step
faire attention à ce que l'on faitto watch one's step [fig.] [coll.]
se garder de qc.to watch out for sth.
4 Words: Verbs
méd. surveiller sa tensionto watch one's blood pressure
5+ Words: Others
Ma montre avance de deux minutes.My watch is two minutes fast.
5+ Words: Verbs
surveiller étroitement qn./qc.to keep a close watch on sb./sth.
surveiller les mouvements de qn.to keep watch on sb.'s movements
avancer sa montre de cinq minutesto put one's watch forward (by) five minutes
Fiction (Literature and Film)
littérat. RadioTV F Ronde de nuitThe Night Watch [Novel: Sarah Waters, BBC TV Series: Director: Richard Laxton]
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