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EngFre Verbs-3rd Grp

English-French Verbs in the 3rd Group /Irregular

EnglishFrench
to knock down, to shoot, to slaughter, to break down abattre
to fall down, to collapse s'abattre
to admit / let in, to tolerate, to accept / acknowledge admettre
to happen advenir
to go aller
to go away, to leave s'en aller
to appear apparaître
to belong to, to be a member of appartenir
to learn, to hear of apprendre
to wait for, to expect attendre
to expect something for oneself s'attendre
to have avoir
to beat, to thresh, to bang battre
to fight somebody, to fight over something se battre
to fight combattre
to fight each other se combattre
to commit commettre
to appear before [a government official] comparaître
to understand comprendre
to understand eo, to be comprehensible se comprendre
to conclude, to sign conclure
to end with something se conclure
to drive, to lead conduire
to behave se conduire
to confuse, to mix up confondre
to know, to experience connaître
to know each other, to know oneself se connaître
to agree, to consent consentir
to build constuire
to forge, to counterfeit, to mimic contrefaire
to cover, to drown out couvrir
to wrap up, to cover oneself, to cloud over se couvrir
to debate, to discuss débattre
to struggle se débattre
to discover, to find, to reveal, to uncover découvrir
to uncover oneself, to undress se découvrir
to take down, to dismantle, to undo défaire
to come undone, to get messed up se défaire
to wrench, to dislocate, to dismiss démettre
to wrench something on os, to resign se démettre
to displease, to upset déplaire
to not like it somewhere se déplaire
to go down, to get down, to come down, to descend descendre
to destroy détruire
to cancel eo out se détruire
to become devenir
to have to [as a requirement], to owe devoir
to have a duty to, to owe it os to se devoir
to say, to tell dire
to tell oneself, to tell each other se dire
to disappear, to vanish disparaître
to sleep, to lie dormant, to be asleep dormir
to write écrire
to be spelt s' écrire
to elect élire
to give out, to emit, to transmit, to issue, to express, to put forward émettre
to undertake a study or a career entreprendre
to put someone to sleep, to put someone under endormir
to fall asleep, to go to sleep, to die down s'endormir
to maintain, to support, to keep alive entretenir
to keep oneself in shape s'entretenir
to make out, to catch a glimpse of entrevoir
to half-open, to leave ajar entrouvrir
to be être
to expel, to exclude, to leave out, to ignore exclure
to be mutually exclusive s'exclure
to do, to make faire
to do to oneself se faire
to be necessary [impersonal only] falloir
to introduce, to insert introduire
to gain entry, to get into st s'introduire
to read lire
to be read se lire
to hold in place, to secure, to support, to maintain maintenir
to persist se maintenir
to lie mentir
to put, to wear (to put on) mettre
to put os somewhere, to become (weather), to start or take up se mettre
to bite, to bite into mordre
to bite os se mordre
to be born naître
to harm, to damage nuire
to offer, to give offrir
to treat onself to, to reveal oneself to se offrir
to open, to open up, to answer the door ouvrir
to open, to unfasten, to slash or cut os se ouvrir
to become visible, to be published, to seem, to appear, to look [like something] paraître
to leave, to depart, to emanate, to die partir
to lose, to lose out, to waste, to miss perdre
to get lost, to lose one’s way, to disappear se perdre
to allow, to permit permettre
to permit oneself, to indulge os se permettre
to please, to like so , to be appreciated plaire
to like doing st or being somewhere, to like eo se plaire
to lay, to produce pondre
to be able to pouvoir
to be possible [impersonal] se pouvoir
to take, to get, to pick up prendre
to consider oneself, to get caught / trapped se prendre
to produce produire
to take place, to happen, to perform, to appear se produire
to promise promettre
to permit oneself, to promise os se promettre
to decrease, to turn down, to reduce, to pull down rabattre
to cut in, to fall back on se rabattre
to recognize, to admit, to acknowledge reconnaître
to know where oneself is, to know one’s way around se reconnaître
to cover [as the ground] recouvrir
to rediscover redécouvrir
to lower, to reduce, to cut, to shorten réduire
to boil down to se réduire
to re-read, to read again relire
to read over one’s own work se relire
to put back on, to postpone, to put off remettre
to start doing something again, to get over st se remettre
to give back, to return rendre
to surrender, to give up se rendre
to reappear reparaître
to repent of [reflexive form only] se repentir
to answer, to reply répondre
to feel ressentir
to relive, to live again, to be revived revivre
to see again, to review revoir
to see each other again, to see os [e.g. as young] again se revoir
to satisfy satisfaire
to be satisfied with something se satisfaire
to know, to know how to savoir
to know about oneself, to be known se savoir
to charm, to seduce, to appeal, to win over séduire
to smell, to taste, to feel sentir
to feel something oneself se sentir
to exit, to go out, to bring out, to come out sortir
to get out of, to pull through se sortir
to be in pain, to suffer souffrir
to subjugate, to put down, to submit something soumettre
to obey, to comply se soumettre
to support, to stand up to, to keep up, to withstand soutenir
to remember [reflexive form only] se souvenir
to surprise surprendre
to catch oneself doing something se surprendre
to survive, to outlive survivre
to hold, to hold out, to survive tenir
to hold onto something, to hold on to eo se tenir
to translate traduire
to be translated, to be conveyed se traduire
to transmit, to broadcast, to hand down, to pass on transmettre
to transmit to each other [disease, information] se transmettre
to sell vendre
to be sold se vendre
to come, to come from venir
to live vivre
to see, to look at, to visit voir
to see each other or oneself, to be seen, to stand out se voir
to want, to wish, to desire vouloir
to mean to be, to be willing se vouloir
Created by: cberteau