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Results for: travailler pour des nèfles/prunesTranslations: 1 - 15 / 15
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acclaim, exclamation of greeting, pellets of ice, pouring down of something harmful, rain down hail; pour down like hail, fall with force; salute, welcome; call to from a distance, rain ice pellets, shout or signal, shout or signal for attention, small...hail
air or water current, beam of light, brook, creek, river; flow of water or other liquid; constant outpouring, constant flow, continuous series, float freely, flow in large quantities, flow; pour out from; arrive in large numbers; flow freely; blow, wav...stream
arrange windows to overlap, fall, pour out, flow (as in a waterfall), flowing liquid, hang or lie, hanging mass, succession, waterfall; waves, billows (of fabric or hair); (Internet) addition of quoted text to a follow-up message on the Internetcascade
cast from mold, cast metal or glass, discovered, establish, institute, create, build; melt and pour into a mold (i.e. metal), find, find (Past participle of), provide with basis, set up institutionfound
cause to flow, division in hair, get rid of, large open building, lose accidentally, lose naturally, part hair, pour, cause a liquid to flow; let fall; strip, remove; scatter, spread; radiate, emit; repel; discard, repel or be repelled, small building,...shed
flow against, pour something, soothe somebody or something, wash something, wash; wash oneself; flow; draw out, pour (Archaic)lave
inject liquid into body, permeate something, sprinkle, spray; pour; dripperfuse
irregularly spread, overflow, pour out, exude, radiateeffuse
lacking conciseness, make less intense, pour out; spread out; scatter, scatter or become scattered, spread through, spread throughout area, undergo or subject to diffusion, wordy and disorganized, rambling; dispersed, spread out over a wide area; sprea...diffuse
let people out, pour substances out, regurgitate or vomit, throw up; yield, give up something; eject forcefullydisgorge
lobber, person or thing that lops; one who cuts off; one who prunes trees or plantslopper
pour drinks; mix and serve drinks in a barbartend
pour from one bottle to another; pour wine without disturbing dregs, pour something gently into another containerdecant
pour liquor on food and ignite, served in ignited liquorflambé
pour or flow out forcefully, say forcefully, vomit, vomit something, cast out the contents of the stomach through the mouth; expel, eject forcefully; gush out, vomit; something that is spewed or ejectedspew
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