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Dictionary French English: [it]

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FrenchEnglish
tout {adj}any [in whatever quantity, all of it]
pas sincère {adj}disingenuous [context: It is disingenuous to do sth.]
relig. Inch'Allah. [Si Dieu le veut.]Insha'Allah. [If it is God's will.]
relig. Inch'Allah. [Si Dieu le veut.]Inshallah. [If it is God's will.]
aussi incroyable que ça puisse paraître {adv}unbelievably [though it seems untrue]
Verbs
déposer qc. [mettre en dépôt]to deposit sth. [to put somewhere to store it]
ajuster qc.to sort sth. [Br.] [coll.] [deal with something by repairing or organizing it]
apprendre qc. à qn. [enseigner un savoir faire]to teach sb. sth. [how to do it]
Nouns
satisfaction {f} de le beurre et de l'argent du beurre [loc.]cakeism [Br.] [having it both ways] [wanting to have a cake and to eat it too]
hist. pol. Directoire {m} [1795-1799]Directory [1795-1799] [also: Directorate] [governing five-member committee in the French First Republic from 1795 until 1799, when it was overthrown by Napoleon Bonaparte]
supplice {m} du colliernecklacing [forcing a rubber tyre drenched with petrol around a victim's chest and arms, and setting it on fire]
2 Words: Others
Tant pis !Come now! [Don't worry about it.] [idiom]
2 Words: Verbs
tendre qc. de qc.to cover sth. with sth. [by stretching it over]
faire l'impasse [loc.]to skip it [dodge, give it a miss]
2 Words: Nouns
cuis. amatrice {f} de bièrebeer drinker [female] [preferring it to wine and spirits]
cuis. amateur {m} de bièrebeer drinker [preferring it to wine and spirits]
hist. pol. Grand Privilège {m} des Pays de par-deçà [1477]Great Privilege [an instrument signed by Mary of Burgundy in 1477, following death of her father at Battle of Nancy. It reconfirmed the rights of Flanders, Brabant, Hainaut, and Holland]
3 Words: Others
Cesse avec ça !Cut that out! [coll.] [Stop it!]
Ça gaze ? [Ça va bien ?] [fam.]How's it hanging? [How's it going?] [sl.]
Cesse avec ça !Knock it off! [coll.] [Stop it!]
Cesse avec ça !Pack it in! [coll.] [Stop it!]
3 Words: Verbs
ling. baragouiner une langue [fam.]to murder a language [coll.] [by speaking it badly]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. bataille {f} de La Corogne [1809]Battle of Corunna [also: Battle of Elviña] [early in the Peninsular War, the French Army humiliated the British Army and forced it to evacuate by sea]
hist. pol. charte {f} de Cortenbergh [1312]Charter of Kortenberg [signed by Duke of Brabant in 1312. Similar to, but broader than, English Magna Carta as it included all citizens and not just the Barons]
hist. pol. paix {f} d'Amiens [1802]Treaty of Amiens [1802] [signed by France and UK. Along with Treaty of Lunéville (1801), it ended the War of the 2nd Coalition against France. Peace lasted 1 year]
hist. pol. traité {m} de Paris [1355]Treaty of Paris [1355] [benefited France by ending dispute with Savoy and gaining it as an ally in the war against England]
4 Words: Others
J'ai fait le nécessaire.I've seen to it. [I've dealt with it]
Ça n'a pas réussi.It didn't come off. [It didn't work]
Cela en a l'air.It looks like it. [idiom] [I think that's correct.]
4 Words: Verbs
juger bon de faire qc.to see fit to do sth. [to consider it right]
4 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. bataille {f} des Quatre Bras [1815]Battle of Quatre Bras [1815] [although the Anglo-Allied army defeated the left wing of Napoleon's French army, it was not decisive]
hist. pol. seconde défenestration {f} de Prague [1618]second defenestration of Prague [1618] [some call it the 3rd, please read historical discussions for details]
5+ Words: Others
à ce que je saisas far as I know [it is my belief that]
À force d'explications, ça finira par entrer.Explain it for long enough and it will sink in.
Faux jusqu'à ce que vous faites. [loc.]Fake it till you make it. [idiom]
Ce qui est bon pour moi l'est pour toi.If it's good enough for me, it's good enough for you.
Il s'en faut de beaucoup.It is (very) far from it.
C'est au tour de qn./qc.It is the turn for sb./sth. [It is up to sb./sth.]
Cela m'en avait tout l'air.It looked very much like it to me.
Un ennui ne vient jamais seul. [loc.]It never rains but it pours. [idiom]
Un malheur n'arrive jamais seul. [loc.]It never rains but it pours. [idiom]
Il avait beau jeu de le faire alors que .... [loc.]It was all very well for him to do it when ... [idiom]
C'était pour rire. [fam.]It was just for the fun of it.
Ça en valait vraiment la peine.It was really worth it.
C'est à prendre ou à laisser. [loc.]Take it or leave it. [idiom]
Ça y est, j'ai pigé le truc.That's it, I've got it.
Fait pour (servir et) valoir ce que de droit ... [loc.]To whom it may concern ... [idiom] [also: To Whom It May Concern]
Noël au balcon, Pâques au tison. [loc.]When it's mild at Christmas, it's cold at Easter. [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
revisiter qc. [fig.]to put a new spin on sth. [idiom] [interpret sth. in a new way, esp. to make it seem favorable]
5+ Words: Nouns
géogr. hist. mil. arc {m} de triomphe de l'ÉtoileArc de Triomphe de l'Étoile [commissioned in Paris by Napoleon in 1806, it honours those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars]
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