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LF204 Ch 13

TermDefinition
to have fun s'amuser (à)
to be named s'appeler
to stop s'arrêter
to have pain; to hurt avoir mal (à)
to bathe; to swim se baigner
to brush (one's hair, one's teeth) se brosser (les cheveux, les dents)
to run courir
to go to bed se coucher
to manage se débrouiller
to wonder se demander
to hurry se dépêcher
to relax se détendre
to argue se disputer
to divorce divorcer
to take a shower se doucher
to kiss s'embrasser
to go away, go off (to work) s'en aller
to fall asleep s'endormir
to be bored s'ennuyer
to get along (with) s'entendre (avec)
to apologize s'excuser
to get angry se fâcher
to get engaged se fiancer
to get dressed s'habiller
to settle down, settle in s'installer
to wash oneself se laver
to get up se lever
to put on makeup se maquiller
to walk marcher
to get married (to) se marier (avec)
to begin to (do something) se mettre à (+ inf.)
to comb one's hair se peigner
to get lost se perdre
to get ready se préparer
to take a walk se promener
to remember se rappeler
to shave se raser
to look at oneself, at each other se regarder
to meet se rencontrer
to rest se reposer
to awaken, wake up se réveiller
to remember se souvenir (de)
to fall in love (with) tomber amoureux / amoureuse (de)
to make a mistake se tromper
to be located se trouver
friendship (f.) l'amitié
love (m.) l'amour
lover / sweetheart l'amoureux / l'amoureuse
mouth la bouche
arm le bras
brush la brosse
hairbrush la brosse à cheveux
toothbrush la brosse à dents
doctor's office le cabinet médical
single person le / la célibataire
ceremony la cérémonie
heart le coeur
body le corps
neck le cou
flash of lightning; love at first sight le coup de foudre
(engaged, married), couple le couple
tooth la dent
finger le doigt
back le dos
pain la douleur
engagement (f. pl.) les fiançailles
knee le genou
throat la gorge
leg la jambe
hand la main
marriage le mariage
nose le nez
newlyweds (m. pl.) les nouveaux mariés
eye(s) l'oeil (m.), les yeux
ear (f.) l'oreille
slippers (f.) les pantoufles
comb le peigne
foot le pied
injection, shot la piqûre
razor le rasoir
meeting, encounter la rencontre
date le rendez-vous
lipstick le rouge à lèvres
health la santé
head la tête
abdomen; stomack le ventre
face le visage
honeymoon le voyage de noces
loving, in love amoureux / amoureuse
cured, healed guéri(e)
sick malade
daily, everyday quotidien(ne)
Go away! (informal, formal) Allez-vous-en! Va-t'en!
Created by: hdn17