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French-English translation for: down
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English-French Dictionary: down
ADJ   down | more down | most down
NOUN   a down | downs
NOUN   down | - [feathers]
VERB  to down | downed | downed
downing | downs
down
à bas {adv}
en bas {adv}
down [out of order]
en panne {adj}
down here
ici-bas {adv}
down there
là-bas {adv}
drop-down [attr.]
déroulant {adj}inform.internet
further down
plus bas {adv}
lying down
couché {adj}
run down [coll.] [dilapidated]
délabré {adj} {past-p}
Sit down!
Asseyez-vous !
to break down [of a machine etc.]
se détraquer
to calm down
se calmer
to calm down [wind, debate, person]
s'apaiser [vent, débat, personne]
to career down sth.
dévaler qc. [une pente]
to cool sth. down [make lukewarm]
attiédir qc.
to crouch (down)
s'accroupir
to go down
descendre
to gulp sth. down
ingurgiter qc.
to hunker down [Am.]
s'accroupir
to hurtle down sth. [slope etc.]
dévaler qc. [pente, etc.]
to kneel (down)
s'agenouiller
to knock sth. down [demolish]
abattre qc. [faire tomber]
to lie down
s'étendre
to nail sth. (down)
clouer qc.
to narrow sth. down
réduire qc. à qc.
to pull sth. down
rabattre qc.
to put sth. down
déposer qc.
to scale sth. down
réduire qc.
to sit down
s'asseoir
to slow (sth.) down
ralentir (qc.)
to slow down
se ralentir
to track sb. down
dénicher qn.
to turn sb./sth. down [reject, refuse]
rejeter qn./qc. [personne, plainte]
to turn sth. down [reject, refuse]
refuser qc. [offre]
to wear sb./sth. down [exhaust, fray]
user qn./qc. [épuiser]
to weigh sb./sth. down
appesantir qn./qc.
climb-down [Br.]
reculade {f}pol.
down payment
acompte {m}fin.
Down's syndrome
trisomie {f} 21méd.
put-down [rebuff]
rebuffade {f}
(with) Down's syndrome
trisomique {adj} [atteint du syndrome de Down]
covered in down
duveté {adj}zool.
down (the) river
en aval {adv}
down the line [Am.] [fig.]
dans le futur {adv}
down the road [Am.] [fig.]
dans le futur {adv}
Please sit down.
Veuillez vous asseoir.
to boil down to sth. [fig.]
se ramener à qc.
to come back down
redescendre
to get bogged down
s'embourber
to go back down
redescendre
to have Down's syndrome
être trisomiqueméd.
to look down at sb. [fig.] [in a haughty manner]
prendre qn. de haut [fig.]
to put sth. down to sb./sth. [attribute]
mettre qc. sur le compte de qn./qc. [fig.]
to swoop down on sth.
fondre sur qc.
to turn sth. upside down
renverser qc. [mettre à l'envers]
chambarder qc. [fam.] [mettre sens dessus dessous]
to turn sth. upside down [also fig.]
mettre qc. sens dessus dessous [aussi fig.]
to wear sb./sth. away / down [fig.]
miner qn./qc. [fig.] [saper]
drop-down list
liste {f} déroulanteinform.
drop-down menu
menu {m} déroulantinform.
pull-down menu [Am.]
menu {m} déroulantinform.
to go down in history
entrer / rester dans l'histoireloc.
to go down the drain
tomber à l'eauloc.
to jump up and down
sauter en l'air
to let one's hair down [fig.]
se laisser aller
to look sb. up and down
toiser qn.
to pace up and down (sth.)
arpenter (qc.)
to rub down a horse
bouchonner un cheval
the down-and-outs {pl} [coll.]
la cloche {noun} [fam.]
They live just down the road.
Ils habitent à deux pas (d'ici).
to be down in the dumps [depressed] [coll.]
avoir le cafard [fam.]
to get down on one's knees
se mettre à genoux
to know that one is being hunted (down)
se savoir traqué
to sit down at (the) table
s'attabler
to turn down the corner of a page
corner une page
paralysis on / down one side of the body
hémiplégie {f}méd.
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