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French-English translation for: se
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English-French Dictionary: se

PRON   se | se | se | se
se {pron}
sélénium {m} <Se>
selenium <Se>chim.minér.
qn. se lamenta [littéraire]
sb. complained
(se) cabrer [cheval]
to rear (up) [horse]
(se) convulser
to convulse
(se) magner [fam.]
to hurry up
se baigner
to bath [take a bath]
se baigner [dans une baignoire]
to have a bath [Br.]
to take a bath [Am.]
se baigner [nager]
to have a swim
to bathe [Br.] [swim]
se balader
to saunter
to go for a walk
to take a walk [Am.]
se balancer
to swing
se barrer [fam.] [s'enfuir]
to clear off [coll.]
se bécoter [fam.]
to snog [Br.] [coll.]
se beurrer [fam.]
to get pissed [sl.] [Br.]
to get plastered [coll.] [drunk]
se bidonner [fam.]
to fall about laughing [coll.]
se blottir
to snuggle up
se bonifier
to improve
se botter
to put one's boots on
se boutonner
to button upvêt.
se branler [vulg.] [se masturber]
to wank [esp. Br.] [vulg.] [masturbate]
se brosser
to brush oneself
se brouiller [idées]
to get muddled up [ideas, words]
se cacher
to hide (oneself)
se caleter
to scarper [coll.]
se calmer
to calm down
se calter
to scarper [coll.]
se cambrer
to arch one's back
se camer [fam.]
to be on drugs [coll.] [illicit]
se caser [fam.] [péj.]
to get married
se casser [objet: être mis en pièces]
to break [object]
se chamailler [fam.]
to squabble
se chauffer
to warm oneself (up)
se chausser [mettre ses chaussures]
to put one's shoes on
se cloîtrer
to shut oneself away
se coincer [se bloquer] [objet]
to get stuck
se coltiner qn./qc. [fam.]
to struggle with sb./sth.
se comporter
to behave
se concentrer
to concentrate
se concevoir [être compréhensible]
to be understandable
se concevoir [être imaginable]
to be conceivable
se conduire
to behave
to behave oneself
se confondre
to get confused
se connecter
to log oninform.
se consacrer
to devote oneself
se contenir
to contain oneself
se contracter [se rétracter, se serrer]
to contract [shrink, tighten]
se cotiser
to club together [Br.]
se côtoyer
to mix [people]
se coucher [aller au lit]
to go to bed
se cramponner
to hold on tightly
se dandiner
to waddle
se débarbouiller
to wash one's face
se débattre
to struggle
se débrouiller
to help onself [fend, make do]
to manage [be able to do, get along]
se déchaîner [personne]
to fly into a rage
se décider
to make up one's mind
se décomposer [substance organique]
to decay [rot, decompose]
se déconnecter
to log offinform.
to log outinform.
se découvrir [enlever son chapeau]
to take one's hat off
se dédoubler
to split oneself in two
se déformer
to distort
se dégager [trouver du temps libre] [fam.]
to take time off [from work]
se dégonfler
to deflate
se dégonfler [fam.]
to chicken out [coll.]
se dégriser [fam.]
to sober up
se délester
to jettison ballastaviat.naut.
se déloquer [fam.] [se déshabiller]
to strip off [coll.] [get undressed]
se demander
to wonder
se démener
to thrash about
se démonter [fam.]
to lose one's cool [coll.]
se dépêcher
to hurry (up)
se déployer
to unfold
se déprécier
to depreciate
se dérider
to cheer up
se dérider [visage]
to brighten up
se dérouler
to take place
se désagréger
to disintegrate
se désaltérer
to quench one's thirst
se desceller
to work loose
to come loose
se désengager
to opt out
se déshabiller
to undress
to get undressed
to take off one's clothes
se déshydrater
to dehydrate
to become dehydrated
se dessiner
to become apparent
se détendre
to relax [to rest]
se détériorer
to deteriorate
se détourner
to look away
se détraquer
to break down [of a machine etc.]
se dévaloriser
to depreciate [currency]fin.monnaie
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