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French-English translation for: prendre
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English-French Dictionary: prendre

prendre qc.
to take sth.
to seize sth.mil.
prendre [idée, mode]
to catch on
prendre [innovation]
to be a success
prendre [s'enflammer]
to catch [fire]
prendre [se solidifier]
to setcuis.
to stiffencuis.
to thickencuis.
prendre qc. [apporter]
to bring sth.
prendre qc. [consommer]
to have sth. [consume]
prendre qc. [contrôle]
to assume sth. [take over] [e.g. control]
prendre qc. [direction, pouvoir]
to take sth. over [e.g. power]
prendre qc. [faire payer]
to charge sth. [money]fin.
prendre qc. [noter]
to take sth. down [e.g. notes]
prendre qc. [poids]
to put sth. on [e.g. weight]
prendre qc. [saisir]
to pick sth. up
prendre qc. [se déplacer en]
to use sth. [vehicle, means of transport]
prendre qc. [sujet, question]
to choose sth. [e.g. a subject]
prendre qc. [train, bus]
to travel by sth. [train, bus]
prendre qc. [user]
to take sth. up [e.g. time]
prendre qn. [employé, assistant, apprenti]
to take sb. on [e.g employee]occup.
prendre qn. [pour une mission]
to engage sb. [e.g. for a project]
prendre qn. [sexuellement]
to take sb. [copulate]
prendre qn./qc. [attraper]
to catch sb./sth.
passer prendre qn./qc.
to collect sb./sth. [pick up]
prendre effet [mesure, loi]
to take effectdr.
prendre feu
to catch fire
prendre figure
to take shape
prendre fin
to come to an end
prendre forme [aussi fig.]
to take shape [also fig.]
prendre froid
to catch coldméd.
to catch a coldméd.
to be getting a coldméd.
prendre l'avion
to fly [as passenger]
prendre l'eau
to let in waternaut.
prendre l'offensive
to take the offensive
prendre mal qc.
to resent sth.
prendre par qc. [route, etc.]
to go via sth. [road etc.]
prendre parti
to take up positionmil.
prendre place
to sit down
to take a seat
prendre place [s'intégrer]
to take one's place
prendre place [tireur, policier]
to position oneselfarmesdr.mil.
prendre qc. d'assaut [aussi fig.]
to take sth. by storm [also fig.: sb.'s heart, the audience, etc.]
prendre qc. d'assaut [ville, forteresse]
to carry sth. by stormmil.
prendre qc. dans qc.
to take sth. from sth.
prendre racine [fig.]
to take root [also fig.]
prendre soin
to take care
prendre vie
to come to life
à tout prendre {adv}
on balance
for the most part
generally speaking
in the main [idiom]
by and large [idiom]
on the whole [idiom]
all things considered [idiom]
to all intents and purposes [idiom]
à tout prendre {adv} [loc.]
all in all [idiom]
prendre à gauche
to go left
prendre acte de qc. [écrire]
to take note of sth. [written]
prendre acte de qc. [juridique]
to take cognizance of sth.dr.
to take cognisance of sth. [Br.]dr.
prendre acte de qc. [prendre connaissance de]
to bear sth. in mind
prendre appui sur qn./qc.
to lean on sb./sth.
prendre congé de qn.
to take leave of sb.
prendre connaissance de qc.
to take cognizance of sth.
prendre conscience de qc.
to realize sth.
to become aware of sth.
to realise sth. [Br.]
to wake up to sth. [idiom] [become aware of]
prendre conscience que ...
to become aware that ...
prendre contact avec qn.
to make contact with sb.
prendre de l'âge
to get older
prendre de l'altitude
to gain heightaviat.
prendre de l'ampleur [épidémie, rumeur]
to spread
prendre de l'ampleur [manifestations]
to grow in size
prendre de l'élan
to gain momentum
prendre de l'embonpoint
to lose one's figure
prendre de l'essence
to fuel
to get some petrol [Br.]auto
to get some gasoline [Am.]auto
prendre de l'exercice
to get some exercisesport
prendre de l'extension [incendie, épidémie, grève]
to spread
prendre de l'extension [industrie]
to expandind.
prendre de l'importance
to take on some importance
prendre de l'importance [ville]
to increase in size
prendre des coups
to get knocked about
prendre des forces
to build up one's strength
prendre des gants [loc.]
to take a softly-softly approach [idiom]
prendre des initiatives
to take the initiative
to act on one's own initiative
prendre des notes
to take notes
to make notes
prendre des photos
to take photographs
prendre du poids
to gain weight
to put on weight
prendre du recul
to step back
to stand back
to take one step back [fig.]
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