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French-English translation for: Get
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English-French Dictionary: Get

NOUN   a get | gets
VERB  to get | got | got/gotten [Am.]
getting | gets
to get sth.
recevoir qc. [obtenir]
to get [fetch] sb./sth.
aller chercher qn./qc.
to get sth. [acquire in order to offer as a gift]
donner qc. [offrir comme cadeau]
to get sth. [buy]
acheter qc.
to get sth. [earn money, salary]
gagner qc. [argent, salaire]
to get sth. [obtain]
obtenir qc.
to get sth. [through effort]
se procurer qc.
Get lost! [coll.]
Fous le camp ! [fam.]
Casse-toi ! [très fam.]
to get angry
se fâcher
to get around sth.
contourner qc.
to get better
se remettre [s'améliorer]méd.
to get better [heal]
to get better [recover]
se guérir
to get bigger
to get busy
s'y mettre
to get caught
se faire gauler [fam.]
to get caught [apprehended]
se faire repérer
to get confused
se confondre
to get creased
se froisser [prendre des plis]
to get dirty
se salir
to get dressed
se vêtir
to get drunk
se griser [fam.]
se soûler [fam.]
to get engaged
se fiancer
to get fat
grossir [personne]
to get fat [pej.]
engraisser [péj.]
to get flustered
cafouiller [fam.] [personne]
to get home
rentrer (chez soi) [arriver]
to get into sth.
rencontrer qc. [problèmes, difficultés]
to get lost
to get married
se marier
s'unir en mariage
se caser [fam.] [péj.]
to get nabbed [coll.]
se faire épingler [fam.]
to get off [bus, train]
to get old
to get over sth.
surmonter qc.
to get over sth. [illness, grief]
se guérir de qc.
to get pissed [sl.] [Br.]
se beurrer [fam.]
to get plastered [coll.] [drunk]
se beurrer [fam.]
to get sb. drunk
saouler qn.
to get slimmer
to get sloshed [esp. Br., sl.] [drunk]
se mettre bleu [fam.] [ivre]
to get sth. back
récupérer qc. [retrouver, recouvrer]
to get sth. done [finish]
finir qc.
to get stuck
se coincer [se bloquer] [objet]
to get stuck [boat, vehicle]
s'enliser [bateau, véhicule]
to get to sth. [hotel, flat etc.]
gagner qc. [hôtel, appartement, etc.]
to get undressed
se déshabiller
to get up [from a chair, out of bed]
se lever
to get washed
se laver
to get weaker
to get wet
se mouiller
get-up [pej., coll.] [mode of attire]
accoutrement {m} [péj.]
Get well soon!
Bon rétablissement !
to be / get bored
to get a job
trouver un emploi
to get a job [find one]
trouver un travail
to get along with sb.
s'entendre avec qn.
to get an abortion
se faire avorterméd.
to get back to sth. [hotel, flat etc.]
regagner qc. [hôtel, appartement, etc.]
to get bogged down
to get carried away [by enthusiasm]
s'emballer [s'enthousiasmer]
to get divorced from sb.
divorcer d'avec qn.
to get entangled in sth.
s'empêtrer dans qc.
to get enthusiastic about sth.
s'emballer pour qc.
to get five years [coll.] [in prison]
écoper de cinq ans [fam.] [de prison]
to get heavy/heavier
to get hold of sb./sth. [coll.] [find, locate]
trouver qn./qc.
to get hold of sth.
saisir qc.
to get in touch
se mettre en contact
to get laid off
être viré [fam.]
to get left behind [abandoned]
être oublié [personne]
to get left behind [fall behind]
décrocher [être distancé]
to get mixed up
cafouiller [fam.] [présentateur, orateur]
to get muddled up [ideas, words]
se brouiller [idées]
to get on sb.'s nerves [coll.]
crisper qn. [fam.]
to get one's bearings
to get rid of sb./sth.
se débarrasser de qn./qc.
to get rid of sth.
se défaire de qc.
to get round / around sb.
circonvenir qn.
to get sb. to do sth.
faire faire qc. à qn.
to get sb. used to sth.
familiariser qn. à qc.
to get some sleep
dormir un peu
to get tangled (up)
to get the jitters [coll.]
avoir la trouille [fam.]
to get the sack [Br.] [coll.] [fig.]
se faire virer [fam.]
to get thin / thinner [lose weight]
to get to know sb.
apprendre à connaître qn.
faire la connaissance de qn.
to get under way
se mettre en branle
to get up sb.'s nose [coll.]
faire chier qn. [fam.]
to get used to sb./sth.
se faire à qn./qc. [s'habituer]
to get used to sth.
s'habituer à qc.
s'accoutumer à qc.
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