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chop down abattre • he chopped the tree down => il a abattu l’arbre clean up nettoyer • dont forget to clean up before you go => n’oublie pas de nettoyer avant de partir clear out vider • I’m going to clear out the trunk => je vais vider le coffre de la voiture clear up 1. ranger • we cleared up the house atter the party => nous avons rangés la maison après la fête 2. s’éclaircir • it’s clearing up => ça s’éclaircit climb down descendre • she climbed down the ladder => elle est descendu de l’échelle climb over passer par-dessus • he climbed over the fence => il est passé par-dessus la barrière climb up monter • she climbed up the stairs => elle a montée l’escalier close down fermer définitivement (restaurant, cinéma, entreprise…) • when the factory closed down, the employees lost their jobs => quand l’usine a fermé les employés ont perdus leurs travails come accross trouver par chance, tomber sur… • Sarah came across some photographs of her grandparents in the attic => Sarah est tombé sur des photos de ses grandparents dans le grenier come back revenir • come back soon! => reviens vite ! • He’ll come back later => il reviendra plus tard come down
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1. descendre • she came down to say goodbye => elle est descendu dire au revoir 2. baisser • prices have come down => les prix ont baissé come in entrer • come in! entrez ! • she came in through the back door => elle est entrée par la porte de derrière come off 1. se détacher (un bouton) • one of my buttons has comee off => un de mes boutons s’est détaché 2. s’enlever (une tache) • the stain doesn’t come off => la tache ne s’enlève pas 3. réussir, s’en tirer, marcher • he tried his best, but it didn’t really come off => Il a essayé de faire de son mieux, mais ça n’a pas vraiment marché come over venir, passer • come over this afternoon => viens chez moi cet après-midi come out 1. sortir • come out with your hands up! => sortez les mains en l’air ! • their new album is coming out in June => leur nouvel album sort en juin 2. partir • this stain won’t come out => cette tache ne part pas (on peut utiliser aussi ‘come off) come round / come around 1. venir • Tom is coming round tonight => Tom vient ce soir 2. reprendre connaissance • he’s starting to come round => il commence à reprendre connaissance come to to reprendre connaissance • She came to an hour after the operation => elle a repris connaissance une heure après l’opération come up 1. monter • come up here! => monte !
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