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English-French Dictionary: qn

qn. pourrait
sb. might
sb. could [would be able to]
qn./qc. est
sb./sth. is
qn./qc. était
sb./sth. was
qn./qc. fut
sb./sth. was
qn. peut
sb. can
qn./qc. avait
sb./sth. had
pour qn.
on someone's behalf
qn. attendait
sb. expected
qn. décide
sb. decides
qn. devrait
sb. ought to
qn. doit
sb. must
qn. enverrait
sb. would send
qn. essaie
sb. tries
qn. essaye
sb. tries
qn. fit qc.
sb. did sth.
qn. fournit
sb. provides
qn. naît
sb. is born
qn. naquit
sb. was born
qn. permettait
sb. allowed
qn. pourra
sb. will be able
qn. pouvait
sb. could [used to be able to, was able to]
qn. sera
sb. will be
qn. servait
sb. served
qn. souffre
sb. suffers
qn. tente
sb. tries [attempts]
qn./qc. venait
sb./sth. came
qn./qc. vint
sb./sth. came
raffiner qn.
to sophisticate sb.
rencontrer qn./qc.
to meet sb./sth. [encounter]
bouger (qn./qc.)
to move (sb./sth.)
accueillir qn.
to welcome sb. [to greet]
rappeler qc./qn.
to remember sth./sb.
tenir qn./qc.
to hold sb./sth.
suivre qn./qc.
to follow sb./sth.
trahir qn./qc.
to betray sb./sth.
attraper qn./qc.
to catch sb./sth.
tuer (qn./qc.)
to kill (sb./sth.)
connaître qn./qc.
to know sb./sth.
apprécier qn./qc.
to appreciate sb./sth.
peser (qn./qc.)
to weigh (sb./sth.)
craindre qn./qc.
to fear sb./sth.
battre qn./qc.
to beat sb./sth. [eggs, people]
blesser qn./qc.
to injure sb./sth.
couper (qn./qc.)
to cut (sb./sth.)
reconnaître qc./qn.
to recognize sth./sb. [Am.]
détester qn./qc.
to hate sb./sth.
gêner qn. [déranger par sa présence]
to bother sb.
remercier qn.
to thank sb.
sauver qn./qc.
to rescue sb./sth.
to save sb./sth. [rescue]
soutenir qn./qc.
to support sb./sth.
toucher qn./qc.
to touch sb./sth.
virer qn. [fam.]
to sack sb. [Br.] [coll.]
amener qn./qc.
to bring sb./sth.
déranger qn.
to disturb sb.
embrasser qn.
to kiss sb.
entendre qn./qc.
to hear sb./sth.
frapper qn./qc.
to hit sb./sth.
haïr qn./qc.
to hate sb./sth.
réveiller qn.
to wake sb.
saigner (qn./qc.)
to bleed (sb./sth.)
tromper qn.
to mislead sb.
inviter qn.
to invite sb.
adorer qn./qc.
to adore sb./sth.
affaiblir qn./qc.
to weaken sb./sth.
baiser qn. [vulg.]
to fuck sb. [vulg.]
inquiéter qn.
to upset sb.
to trouble sb.
poursuivre qn./qc.
to pursue sb./sth.
amuser qn.
to amuse sb.
attaquer (qn./qc.)
to attack (sb./sth.)
éclairer qn. [faire comprendre]
to enlighten sb.
traîner qn./qc. [tirer]
to drag sb./sth.
abandonner qn./qc. [personne, espoir, essai]
to abandon sb./sth. [person, hope, attempt]
aimer qn./qc.
to love sb./sth.
chasser qn./qc.
to chase sb./sth.
choisir qn./qc.
to select sb./sth.
assurer qn./qc.
to assure sb./sth.
épouser qn.
to marry sb.
obséder qn.
to obsess sb.
opprimer qn./qc. [peuple]
to oppress sb./sth.
raser qn./qc. [personne, tête, joue, jambe]
to shave sb./sth.
réconforter qn.
to comfort sb.
apaiser qn.
to appease sb.
embrasser qn./qc.
to embrace sb./sth.
garder qn./qc.
to mind sb./sth.
rapatrier qn./qc.
to repatriate sb./sth.
appeler qn./qc.
to call sb./sth.
mener (qn./qc.)
to lead (sb./sth.)
voir qn./qc.
to see sb./sth.
vouloir qn./qc.
to want sb./sth. [desire]
perdre (qn./qc.)
to lose (sb./sth.)
trouver qn./qc.
to find sb./sth.
oublier qn./qc.
to forget sb./sth.
secouer qn./qc.
to shake sb./sth.
fuir (qn./qc.)
to flee (sb./sth.)
servir (qn./qc.)
to serve (sb./sth.) [food etc., also in sports]
agacer qn.
to irritate sb.
briser qn./qc. [objet, jambe, rythme, personne]
to break sb./sth.
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