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French-English translation for: son
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English-French Dictionary: son

PRON   son | sa | ses | ses
NOUN   le son | les sons
son {pron}
her [determiner]
his [determiner]
son {m}
abat-son {m}
bande-son {f}
carte {f} son
perche {f} son
sound boomaudiofilm
son {m} (vocalique)
(vowel) soundling.
son {m} plaintif
wail [of musical instrument]mus.
(tout) son content {adv}
to one's heart's content [idiom]
à son gré {adv}
at one's pleasure
à son tour {adv}
in its turn
in turn [as a consequence]
C'est son anniversaire.
It's her birthday. [also: his birthday (depending on the subject)]
Chacun son tour.
Each one in his turn.
contre son gré {adv}
against one's will
dans son intégralité {adj}
full [complete]
integral [entire, complete]
de son cru {adv} [femme] [fig.]
of her own devising
de son cru {adv} [homme] [fig.]
of his own devising
de son vivant {adv}
in one's lifetime
dès son retour {adv}
on his return [after his return]
rongeant son frein {adj} {pres-p} [fam.]
champing at the bit [coll.]
accomplir son devoir
to do one's duty
accorder son consentement
to give one's consent
accuser son âge [fam.] [loc.]
to show one's age [idiom]
affirmer son autorité
to assert one's authority
aimer son confort
to like to feel at ease
to like one's creature comforts [idiom]
aller son train [affaire]
to be getting on all right
allumer son ordinateur
to switch on his computer [or her computer]inform.
allumer son PC
to switch on one's PCinform.
améliorer son sort
to improve one's lot
apporter son témoignage
to give one's own account
apposer qc. son contreseing
to countersign sth.dr.
apposer son sceau
to affix one's seal
assurer son pas
to steady oneself
atteindre son objectif [but]
to attain one's aim
to attain one's end
to achieve one's aim
to attain one's goal
to achieve one's ends
to achieve one's goal
to achieve one's object
to attain one's objective
to accomplish one's object
atteindre son paroxysme [joie, douleur, etc.]
to reach its apogee
attendre son heure
to bide one's time
attendre son jour
to bide one's time
attendre son tour
to wait one's turn
augmenter le son
to turn up the volumeaudioRadioTV
to turn up the soundRadioTV
avoir son compte [fam.] [être ivre]
to be drunk
avoir son importance
to have importance
baisser son fute [fam.]
to drop one's trousers [coll.]
battre son plein [loc.]
to be in full swing [idiom]
to run at full speed [idiom]
cacher son jeu
to hide one's cardsjeux
cacher son jeu [fig.] [loc.]
to keep one's cards close to one's chest [idiom]
calculer son coup
to plan one's move
calculer son rythme
to pace oneselfsport
ceindre son épée [littéraire]
to gird (on) one's sword [literary]
choisir son camp [fig.]
to choose sides
claquer son argent [fam.]
to blow one's money [idiom]fin.
combler son retard
to catch up
compléter son apprentissage
to complete one's apprenticeshipoccup.
connaître son métier
to know one's joboccup.
connaître son métier [loc.]
to know what one is doing [idiom]
conserver son avantage
to keep one's advantage
conserver son calme
to keep calm
contempler son nombril [loc.]
to contemplate one's navel [coll.] [idiom]
croiser son tir
to make a diagonal pass [soccer]sport
cuver son vin [fam.]
to sleep off the wine [coll.]
défiler son chapelet [loc.]
to get everything off one's chest [idiom]
demander son vestiaire
to ask for one's coat [e.g. at the theatre]
dilapider son bien
to squander one's fortunefin.
dissimuler son embarras
to hide one's embarrassment
donner son consentement
to give one's consent
donner son sang
to give bloodméd.
to donate bloodméd.
écouter son cœur
to follow one's own inclination
écouter son devoir
to be guided by a sense of duty
effectuer son apprentissage
to serve an apprenticeship
égrener son chapelet
to say the rosaryrelig.
élargir son horizon [loc.]
to broaden one's mind [idiom]
to widen one's horizons [idiom]
to expand one's horizons [idiom]
to broaden one's outlook [idiom]
to broaden one's horizons [idiom]
to open up one's horizons [idiom]
endurcir son cœur
to harden one's heart
faire son apparition
to turn up
faire son apprentissage
to do an apprenticeshipoccup.
to serve one's apprenticeshipoccup.
faire son autocritique
to criticize oneself
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