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French-English translation for: sth.
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English-French Dictionary: sth.

sb./sth. was
qn./qc. était
qn./qc. fut
sb./sth. is
qn./qc. est
sb./sth. had
qn./qc. avait
besides sth.
en plus de qc. {adv}
beyond sth. [other than]
à part qc. {prep}
sb. did sth.
qn. fit qc.
sb./sth. came
qn./qc. vint
qn./qc. venait
within sth.
au sein de qc. {prep}
to pay (sth.)
payer (qc.)
to remember sth./sb.
rappeler qc./qn.
to know sth.
savoir qc.
to meet sb./sth. [encounter]
rencontrer qn./qc.
to move (sb./sth.)
bouger (qn./qc.)
to count (sth.)
compter (qc.)
to kill (sb./sth.)
tuer (qn./qc.)
to answer (sth.)
répondre (qc.)
to attempt sth.
tenter qc.
to follow sb./sth.
suivre qn./qc.
to hide sth.
cacher qc.
to add sth.
ajouter qc.
to begin (sth.)
commencer (qc.)
to betray sb./sth.
trahir qn./qc.
to catch sth.
attraper qc.
to learn sth.
apprendre qc.
to think sth. [believe]
croire qc.
to break (sth.)
casser (qc.)
to rent sth.
louer qc.
to tell sth.
raconter qc.
to burn (sth.)
brûler (qc.)
to hold sb./sth.
tenir qn./qc.
to pull (sth.)
tirer (qc.)
to read (sth.)
lire (qc.)
to throw sth.
jeter qc.
lancer qc. [jeter]
to weigh (sb./sth.)
peser (qn./qc.)
to whistle (sth.)
siffler (qc.)
to wish sth.
souhaiter qc.
to appreciate sb./sth.
apprécier qn./qc.
to beat sb./sth. [eggs, people]
battre qn./qc.
to download sth.
télécharger qc.inform.
to reach sth.
atteindre qc.
to share sth.
partager qc.
to shout (sth.)
crier (qc.)
to study (sth.)
étudier (qc.)
to choose sth.
choisir qc.
to clean sth.
nettoyer qc.
to cut (sb./sth.)
couper (qn./qc.)
to guess sth.
deviner qc.
to provide sth.
fournir qc.
to rescue sb./sth.
sauver qn./qc.
to sell sth.
vendre qc.
to support sb./sth.
soutenir qn./qc.
to touch sb./sth.
toucher qn./qc.
to adore sb./sth.
adorer qn./qc.
to arouse sth. [feelings]
susciter qc. [sentiment]
to bleed (sb./sth.)
saigner (qn./qc.)
to call sb./sth.
appeler qn./qc.
to forbid sth. [prevent]
empêcher qc.
to hit sb./sth.
frapper qn./qc.
to increase sth.
accroître qc.
to injure sb./sth.
blesser qn./qc.
to loan sth. [Am.]
prêter qc.
to recognize sth./sb. [Am.]
reconnaître qc./qn.
to remove sth.
supprimer qc. [effet, cause , obstacle]
to stir sth.
remuer qc.cuis.
to wear sth. [clothing]
porter qc. [vêtement]textile
to attach sth.
attacher qc. [importance, valeur]
to confess sth.
avouer qc.
to decrease (sth.)
diminuer (qc.)
to fear sb./sth.
craindre qn./qc.
to grab sth.
saisir qc.
to hate sb./sth.
haïr qn./qc.
détester qn./qc.
to hear sb./sth.
entendre qn./qc.
to lead (sb./sth.)
mener (qn./qc.)
to measure (sth.)
mesurer (qc.)
to remove sth. [word, stain, boil, etc.]
enlever qc. [mot, tache, furoncle, etc.]
to take sth. [somewhere]
emporter qc. [quelque part]
to turn (sth.)
tourner (qc.)
to win (sth.)
gagner (qc.)
to build sth.
bâtir qc.constr.
to destroy sth.
détruire qc.
to erase sth.
effacer qc.
to iron (sth.)
repasser (qc.)
to load sth.
charger qc. [marchandises, camion, etc.]
to permit sth.
permettre qc.
to save (sth.) [money]
épargner (qc.) [argent]
to save sb./sth. [rescue]
sauver qn./qc.
to steal sth.
voler qc.
to taste sth. [try the taste]
goûter qc. [essayer]
to wash sth.
laver qc.
to weaken sb./sth.
affaiblir qn./qc.
to abandon sb./sth. [person, hope, attempt]
abandonner qn./qc. [personne, espoir, essai]
to admit sth. [recognise, accept]
admettre qc. [reconnaître, accepter]
to buckle sth.
boucler qc.
to chase sb./sth.
chasser qn./qc.
to collect sth. [gather]
ramasser qc.
to eat (sth.)
manger (qc.)
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