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French-English translation for: wise after the event
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être sage après coupto be wise after the event
Partial Matches
après-demain {adv}the day after tomorrow
s'occuper des enfantsto look after the children
le lendemain et le surlendemain {adv}the next day and the day after that
sage {adj}wise
événement {m}event
manifestation {f} [réunion, événement]event
cas {m}event [case]
imprévu {m}unforeseen event
péripétie {f}unforeseen event
en tout état de cause {adv} [loc.]in any event
dr. sous aucun prétexte {adv}in no event
après {prep} {adv}after
au bout de {prep}after [time]
après tout {adv}after all
aussitôt après {adv}immediately after
sitôt après {adv} [tout de suite]immediately after
peu après {adv}shortly after
sitôt après {adv} [peu de temps]soon after
contrecoup {m}(after-)effects {pl}
méd. séquelle {f}after-effect
en concertation avec qn. {adv}after consulting sb.
juste après qc. {adv}immediately after sth.
choyer qn. [fam.]to look after sb.
garder qn. [enfant]to look after sb.
s'occuper de qn.to look after sb.
s'occuper de qn. [client]to look after sb.
soigner qn. [patient]to look after sb.
assurer l'entretien de qc. [intérieur]to look after sth.
prendre soin de qc. [biens]to look after sth.
au bout de quelques temps {adv}after a while
après mûre réflexion {adv}after careful consideration
jour après jour {adv}day after day
après-demain {m}day after tomorrow
s'ennuyer de qn./qc.to crave after sb./sth.
s'occuper de qn./qc. [animaux, invalides]to look after sb./sth.
veiller sur qn./qc.to look after sb./sth.
tenir de qn. [ancêtre]to take after sb. [ancestor]
en concertation avec qn. {adv}after consultation with sb.
mil. perdre bataille sur batailleto lose battle after battle
littérat. F À tout jamaisEver After [Graham Swift]
méd. ménager sa santéto look after one's health
après six minutes d'attente {adv}after waiting for six minutes
être d'un entretien facile [intérieur, jardin]to be easy to look after
aligner les excusesto make one excuse after another
aligner les fautesto make one mistake after another
demander beaucoup d'entretiento need a lot of looking after
photo. mitrailler qn./qc. [photographier] [fam.]to take photo after photo of sb./sth.
garder qn./qc. [veiller sur]to look after sb./sth. [e.g. children, pets]
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