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braquer

~ vers la gauche/droite

to turn (the wheel)

to make a sharp right/left turn

remplir,

remplir de

 

to fill (up), (with)

to fulfil, carry out a task

endeuiller
to plunge somebody into mourning or grief; to cast a tragic shadow over an event; (fig, literary) to give a dismal aspect to a place
percuter
to crash into
se souvenir de
to remember
de toute facon
anyway
facon
way
se facher
to get angry
se decommander de
to cancel one’s appointment
decrocher
to take down / pick up the telephone
soutenir
je soutiens, tu soutiens, il/elle soutient, nous soutenons, vous soutenez, ils/elles soutiennent
to support, uphold, keep up , maintain
etre ivre
to be drunk
gerer

Present
je gere, tu geres, il/elle gere, nous gerons, vous gerez, ils/elles gerent

to manage, run (a business), handle (situation)
se souvenir
to remember
serrer la main (a quelqu’un)
to shake hands with someone
soupconner (de)
to suspect (of)
poursuivre
to chase, hound pursue, prosecute
parier
parie sur, parie que
je parie, tu paries, il/elle parie, nous parions, vous pariez, ils/elles parient
to bet, wager
appuyer
j’ appuie, tu appuies, il/elle appuie, nous appuyons, vous appuyez, ils/elles appuient
to lean something (sur, on; contre, against); to support, back somebody up; to support, back up a request
brandir
je brandis, tu brandis, il/elle brandit, nous brandissons, vous brandissez, ils/elles brandissent
to brandish, wield, wave, swing
aboutir
aboutir a
(a) (of negociations, person) to succeed; (of plan) to succeed, go right (Infml), come off (Infml); (of telephone connection) to be made, (of call) get through; « votre appel ne peut ~ » « we are unable to connect your call »
(b) ~ a, ~ dans to come to, arrive at, end up at

to lead to

ralentir

je ralentis
tu ralentis
il ralentit
nous ralentissons
vous ralentissez
ils ralentissent

to make slow
apparaitre

j’apparais
tu apparais
il apparait
nous apparaissons
vous apparaissez
ils apparaissent

to appear
mater
(a) to checkmate; (fig) to subdue
(b) to caulk
(c) (Slang) to eye somebody up
acceder (a)
to access, get to
relier
to bind
constanter
to note, to notice, (- que) to state that
mener
to lead (a person, life, etc)
to bring (someone) to someplace
to run (a business etc)
mener quelque chose a bien
to see something through
abbatre
to shoot down (person)
to slaughter
to knock down. pull down, fell, demoralize
enchainer
(vt) to chain up
(vt) – a – to chain to
(vi) to go on
entretenir
transitive verb
1. to look after [garment, house];
to maintain [road];
~ sa forme to keep in shape;
2. to support [family];
to keep [mistress];
3. to keep [sth] going [conversation, fire];
to keep [sth] alive [friendship];
4. ~ qn de qch to speak to sb about sth.
battre
(vt)
(defeat) to beat [opponent];
to break [record];
(hit) to beat [person, animal, carpet];
to thresh [corn];
[rain, sea] to beat against;
to whisk [eggs];
to whip [cream];
to shuffle [cards];
Mus ~ la mesure to beat time;
to scour [countryside].
~ des ailes to flap its wings;
~ des cils to flutter one’s eyelashes;
~ des mains to clap (one’s hands).

(vi)
[heart, pulse] to beat;
[door] to bang.

se ~ to fight.

ocher la tete
to nod one’s head up and down
secouer la tete
to shake head (no)
(vt)
1. to shake [bottle, branch, person];
to shake out [rug, umbrella];
~ la tete to shake one’s head;
etre un peu secoue (in car, plane) to have rather a bumpy ride;
2. to shake off [dust, snow, yoke];
3. [crisis] to shake [person, country];
4. (familiar) to get [sb] going (colloquial).

2. se – reflexive verb
1. to give oneself a shake;
2. (familiar) to pull oneself together;
3. (familiar) to wake up, to get moving (colloquial).

ramasser
(vt) to collect, gather, dig up
(reflexive) to huddle up
tremper
to soak, dip
tenter
(vt) to attempt, to tempt
convaincre

present:
je convaincs
tu convaincs
il convainc
nous convainquons
vous convainquez
ils convainquent

p.c:
j’ai convaincu
tu as convaincu
il a convaincu
nous avons convaincu
vous avez convaincu
ils ont convaincu

to convince, presuade
(reflexive) to convince oneself
reculer
(vt) to move back, to back off, push back move back (date)
(vi) river, sea, army, forest – retreat, go down, back
essuyer
(vt) to wipe, to dry, to suffer,meet (failure,defear)
reflexive – to dry oneself
nier
(vt) to deny (fact or existence)
renvoyer
(vt) to throw back, turn back, expell, dismiss, return (mail), postpone (debate), adjourn (case)
eprouver de qch
eprouver le besoin
(vt)to feel(regret, love)
to have, (sensation, difficulty)
feel the need
agacer
to annoy, irritate
embeter
to bother, annoy, bore
souffler qch
(vt) to whisper
(vi, vt) to blow
franchir
(vt) to cross [line];
to get over [fence];
to cover [distance]to cross [line];
to get over [fence];
to cover [distance]
abimer
(vt) to damage
percuter
to crash into
deleguer
to appoint, delegate
flinguer
to gun down
mediatiser
to give media coverage to
se hater
to hurry up
froncer les sourcils
to frown
adoucir
transitive verb to soften [skin, water];
to moderate [tone of voice];
to soothe [throat];
to ease [suffering].
s’adoucir
reflexive verb (+ v etre) [temperature] to become milder;
[slope] to become more gentle
bouffer
to eat, stuff oneself (familiar)
debrouiller
1. to disentangle [threads]
2. to solve [riddle]
se debrouiller
to manage
to get by
regler (vt)
to settle [debt]
to pay [bill]
to pay for [purchase, work]
avoir des comptes a ~ avec qn figurative to have a score to settle with sb;
~ son compte a qn (familiar) to sort sb out;

2. to settle, to sort out [problem];

3. to settle [details, terms];

4. to adjust [height];
to regulate [speed];
to tune [engine];
to set [pressure]

givrer
ice up
ice over
frost
decorate
se… – ice over
empecher (vt)
to prevent, stop
se fier
se fier a
to trust, rely
to trust in, rely on someone
exiger
to demand (an answer,reforms)
to require
constater
to notice, note
rediger
to write, write up, draft
braquer sur
braquer vers
to point at (gun camera etc)
faillir
faillir + infinitive
to commit a mistake
nearly
se diriger vers
to head towards
reculer
to move back (object)
to back up (car)
to put off (event, decision, appointment, etc)
to recede
to decline
to pull back, back down, draw back
exiger
to demand, insist on, require
heler
to hail (taxi, etc)
tamiser
to sift, to filter
avoir un besoin maladif de
to crave
recueillir

recueille
recueilles
recueille
recueillons
recueillez
recueillent

to gather, to collect, get (votes, consensus), to take in (orphan)
givrer
to frost (cover with), to frost (decorate)
digerer
to digest, to swallow / stomach (figurative)
perenniser
[« Ton objectif consiste a perenniser la relation commerciale avec le client »]
to make durable or permanent
arroser
to water, spray, baste, sprinkle
drink to
repandre
spread, pour, spill, scatter, give-off
(heat, smoke smell)
etendre
to stretch,spread out, extend
bousculer
to shove, push roughly
se delabrer
to decay, deteriorate
amorcer
to begin
to go into (car into turn)
trebucher
to stumble
recueillir
to collect (votes, signatures), gather, get, achieve, win
depiter
(vt) to upset
subir
(vt) to be subjected to
chamailler
to bicker, squabble
songer
to dream (as in goal – not while sleeping)