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French-English translation for: whistle-blowing
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Keywords contained
internet site {m} de révélations.whistle-blowing website [Wikileaks etc.]
Partial Matches
gonflement {m} [d'un ballon]blowing up
arts soufflage {m} (du verre)glass-blowing
de ouf {adj} [fam.] [verlan] [fou] [p. ex. trouille de ouf]mind-blowing [coll.]
époustouflant {adj}mind-blowing [coll.]
méd. hallucinant {adj}mind-blowing [coll.]
Stupéfiant !Mind-blowing! [coll.]
écon. taux {m} époustouflantmind-blowing growth rate [coll.]
grimper aux rideaux [fam.] [loc.] [atteindre l'orgasme]to experience a mind-blowing orgasm [coll.]
flairer le ventto see which way the wind is blowing [idiom]
sifflet {m}whistle
siffler (qc.)to whistle (sth.)
sifflement {m} [de personne, train, projectile]whistle [sound]
dénonciateur {m} [de coupable]whistle-blower
siffler qn. [interpeller]to whistle at sb.
siffler qc. [chien]to whistle for sth.
dénonciatrice {f} [de coupable]whistle-blower [female]
sifflement {m} [au passage d'une femme]wolf whistle [coll.]
sifflerto blow a whistle
sport coup {m} de sifflet de mi-tempshalf-time whistle
construire des châteaux en Espagne [loc.] [fig.]to whistle Dixie [Am.] [idiom]
armes mil. siffler [projectile]to whistle through the air
dégoter qc. [fam.]to whistle up sth. [coll.] [find]
cuis. s'humecter le gosier [fam.]to wet one's whistle [coll.]
cuis. se rincer la dalle [fam.]to wet one's whistle [coll.]
cuis. se rincer le gosier [fam.]to wet one's whistle [coll.]
donner un coup de sifflet approbateurto give a wolf whistle [idiom]
donner un coup de sifflet d'admirationto give a wolf whistle [idiom]
émettre un sifflement admiratifto give a whistle of admiration
blanc comme neige {adj} [loc.]clean as a whistle [idiom] [innocent]
Tu peux toujours te brosser ! [fam.] [loc.]Go whistle for it! [fig.] [idiom]
Tu peux toujours courir ! [loc.]You can whistle for it! [idiom]
sport gâcher le jeu par de trop nombreux coups de sifflet [de l'arbitre]to spoil the play with too much whistle [of a referree]
 
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