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French-English translation for: up
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English-French Dictionary: up
NOUN   up | -
VERB  to up | upped | upped
upping | ups
up
à {adv}
vers le haut {adv}
up [above]
en haut {adv}
up [coll.]
à la hausseboursefin.
up [coll.] [out of bed]
debout {adj} [éveillé]
close-up
gros plan {m}
make-up
fard {m}cosm.
maquillage {m}cosm.
beaten up
abîmé {adj} {past-p}
blown up [inflated]
gonflé {adj} {past-p}
Chin up!
Courage !
dial-up [attr.]
par modem téléphonique {adj}internettélécom.
dried up
desséché {adj} {past-p}
full (up)
repu {adj}
geared up
préparé {past-p}
geared up [coll.] [ready]
prêt {adj}
Hands up!
Haut les mains !mil.
huddled up
recroquevillé {adj} {past-p}
mixed up [coll.] [person]
déboussolé {adj}
rolled (up)
roulé {adj} {past-p}
shrivelled (up) [Br.]
racorni {adj} {past-p}
Shut up! [coll.]
La ferme ! [très familier]
snowed up
enneigé {adj}
standing (up)
debout {adv}
Thumbs up!
Bravo !
turned-up [nose]
retroussé {adj} [nez]
up front
au départ {adv}
à l'avance {adv}
up front [Am.] [fig.]
d'avance {adv}
up there
là-haut {adv}
up to
jusqu'à {prep}
What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
Ça va ? [fam.]
to add up
s'additionner [s'accumuler]
to add up [make sense]
être logique
to back sb. up
soutenir qn.
to back sth. up [confirm claim, theory]
confirmer qc. [idée, déclaration, théorie]
to back sth. up [data]
sauvegarder qc. [données]inform.
to back up
faire marche arrière
to back up sth.
faire reculer qc.
to bash sb./sth. up [coll.]
amocher qn./qc. [fam.]
to be up [out of bed]
être levé [personne]
to beef sth. up [army, campaign]
renforcer qc.
to botch sth. (up) [coll.]
bâcler qc. [fam.]
to break sth. up [dismantle]
démanteler qc.
to break up
se séparer
to break up [end a relationship]
rompre
to brighten sb. up
dérider qn.
to brighten sth. up [make a place etc. look more cheerful]
égayer qc. [donner une apparence plus gaie]
to brighten up
se dérider [visage]
s'éclaircirmétéo.
to bring sb. up
éduquer qn. [élever]
to bring sb. up [children]
élever qn. [enfants]
to brush up (sth.)
rafraîchir (ses connaissances en / sur qc.)
to build up [clouds, sand, snow]
s'amonceler [nuages, sable, neige]
to bundle sth. up [wood]
fagoter qc. [du bois]
to butter sb. up [coll.] [fig.]
flatter qn.
to button sth. (up)
boutonner qc. [fermer avec des boutons]
to button up
se boutonnervêt.
to call sb. up
appeler qn.télécom.
to chat sb. up [coll.]
draguer qn. [fam.]
to cheer sb. up
dérider qn.
remonter qn.
to cheer up
se dérider
to clean sth. up
assainir qc.
to climb ((up) sth.)
grimper ((à) qc.)
to close up
se fermer [fleur, blessure]
to cook sth. up [coll.]
fricoter qc. [fam.]
to cook sth. up [coll.] [plot]
mijoter qc. [fam.] [préparer une action de longue main]
to crumple sth. (up)
chiffonner qc.
to dress sb. (up)
habiller qn.vêt.
to dress up [put on best clothes]
(bien) s'habillervêt.
to dry up
se tarir
to end up
échouer [aboutir, finir par arriver]
to fill sth. (up)
remplir qc.
to fluff sth. (up)
hérisser qc.
to get up [from a chair, out of bed]
se lever
to give sth. up
abandonner qc.
to give up
renoncer
to give up sth.
se démunir de qc.
to go up
monter
to go up (sth.)
monter (qc.)
to gobble sth. (up)
bouffer qc. [fam.]
to grow up
grandir
to hang sth. (up)
accrocher qc. [suspendre, attacher]
to hang up
raccrochertélécom.
to hitch sth. up
atteler qc.
to huddle up
se recroqueviller
to hurry (up)
se hâter
se dépêcher
se presser [se hâter]
to hurry up
(se) magner [fam.]
to lay sth. up [ship]
désarmer qc. [navire]naut.
to lift (up) sb./sth.
soulever qn./qc. [charge, personne]
to light up [fig.] [face]
s'éclairer [fig.]
to lighten up [coll.] [improve one's mood]
se remettre
to look sb./sth. up
chercher qn./qc.
to loom up
surgir
to make sth. up
inventer qc.
to mess sth. up
gâcher qc.
to mess sth. up [coll.] [chances]
foutre qc. en l'air [fam.] [occasions]
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