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English translation of 'ranger'

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ranger

[ʀɑ̃ʒe ]
Verb Table transitive verb
1.  (remettre à sa place) [habits, jouets] to put away
J’ai rangé tes affaires. I’ve put your things away.
Je les ai rangés dans le placard. I put them in the cupboard.
2.  (mettre de l’ordre dans) [chambre, bureau] to tidy up
Va ranger ta chambre. Go and tidy up your room.
3.  (classer) [timbres-poste, collection] to arrange
ranger qch avec qch to put sth with sth
4.  (figurative) (dans une catégorie)
ranger qn parmi to rank sb among
ranger qch parmi to rank sth among
5.  (disposer) (dans une certaine formation)
ranger qch en cercle to arrange sth in a circle
ranger qch autour de to arrange sth around
see also se ranger

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Example Sentences Including 'ranger'

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C'est bien joli ces papotages, mais tu ferais mieux de ranger tes tiroirs, j'attends un nouvel arrivage.
Sarraute, Claude Mademoiselle s'il vous plaît
En 20 secondes, le toit coulisse électriquement vers l'arrière, pour se ranger dans le coffre.
Le Monde (2000)
Il n'a pas à se tracasser, elle n'en avait pas envie, c'est sûr, sa défaillance doit bien l'ar ranger.
Dangerfield, Yves & Girod, Francis L'enfance de l'art
J'aimerais me ranger à l'avis du cinéaste Youssef Chahine, qui a si joliment mis la tolérance en images.
Le Monde (1997)
Le fric, lui aussi : cinq mille dollars pour ranger son engin sur un marché.
Actuel
Soudain, dans le silence, le ranger frappe trois petits coups sur la tôle.
Le Monde (1999)
Tant qu'à devoir se ranger sous une ban-nière, brandissons -en le plus possible afin de ratisser large comme disent les politiciens.
de Closets, François La grande manip

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'ranger' in Other Languages

British English: clear up /klɪə ʌp/ VERB
When you clear up, or when you clear a place up, you tidy a place and put things away.
I cleared up my room.
  • American English: clear up
  • Arabic: يُفْسِحُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrumar
  • Chinese: 整理
  • Croatian: počistiti
  • Czech: uklidit
  • Danish: bringe orden i
  • Dutch: opruimen
  • European Spanish: ordenar escampar
  • Finnish: järjestää
  • French: ranger
  • German: aufräumen
  • Greek: τακτοποιώ
  • Italian: rassettare
  • Japanese: 片付ける
  • Korean: 정돈하다
  • Norwegian: ordne
  • Polish: zrobić porządek
  • European Portuguese: arrumar
  • Romanian: a face ordine
  • Russian: прибирать
  • Latin American Spanish: ordenar
  • Swedish: städa
  • Thai: ทำความสะอาดจนหมด
  • Turkish: toplamak ortalığı
  • Ukrainian: Прибирати
  • Vietnamese: dọn dẹp
British English: put away /pʊt əˈweɪ/ VERB
If you put something away, you put it into the place where it is normally kept when it is not being used.
Put your maths books away, it's time for your history lesson.
  • American English: put away
  • Arabic: يَضَع
  • Brazilian Portuguese: guardar
  • Chinese: 放好
  • Croatian: spremiti
  • Czech: uklidit na místo
  • Danish: lægge væk
  • Dutch: wegzetten
  • European Spanish: guardar poner en su sitio
  • Finnish: panna syrjään
  • French: ranger
  • German: weglegen
  • Greek: βάζω κατά μέρος
  • Italian: riporre
  • Japanese: 取っておく
  • Korean: 치우다
  • Norwegian: legg vekk
  • Polish: uprzątnąć
  • European Portuguese: guardar
  • Romanian: a pune la loc
  • Russian: убирать
  • Latin American Spanish: guardar
  • Swedish: lägga undan
  • Thai: เอาเก็บไว้
  • Turkish: kenara koymak
  • Ukrainian: відкладати
  • Vietnamese: để sang một bên
British English: sort out /sɔːt aʊt/ VERB
If you sort out a group of things, you organize or tidy them.
We try to sort out the truth from the lies.
  • American English: sort out
  • Arabic: يُفَرِّزُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: separar
  • Chinese: 理清
  • Croatian: odijeliti
  • Czech: vytřídit
  • Danish: ordne
  • Dutch: ontwarren
  • European Spanish: ordenar organizar
  • Finnish: erotella
  • French: ranger
  • German: klären
  • Greek: διαχωρίζω
  • Italian: classificare
  • Japanese: 解決する
  • Korean: 해결하다
  • Norwegian: sortere
  • Polish: posortować
  • European Portuguese: separar
  • Romanian: a sorta
  • Russian: разбирать
  • Latin American Spanish: ordenar clasificar
  • Swedish: klara upp
  • Thai: จัดเรียง
  • Turkish: halletmek
  • Ukrainian: відбирати
  • Vietnamese: giải quyết
British English: tidy /ˈtaɪdɪ/ VERB
When you tidy a place, you make it neat by putting things in their proper places.
He tidied his garage.
  • American English: tidy
  • Arabic: يُرَتِّبُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrumar
  • Chinese: 整理
  • Croatian: spremiti
  • Czech: poklidit
  • Danish: rydde op i
  • Dutch: opruimen
  • European Spanish: ordenar arreglar
  • Finnish: siivota
  • French: ranger
  • German: aufräumen
  • Greek: σιγυρίζω
  • Italian: ordinare
  • Japanese: 片付ける
  • Korean: 정돈하다
  • Norwegian: rydde
  • Polish: uporządkować
  • European Portuguese: arrumar
  • Romanian: a aranja
  • Russian: убирать
  • Latin American Spanish: ordenar colocar en modo conveniente
  • Swedish: städa
  • Thai: จัดให้เป็นระเบียบ
  • Turkish: toplamak ortalığı
  • Ukrainian: прибирати
  • Vietnamese: dọn dẹp
British English: tidy up /ˈtaɪdɪ ʌp/ VERB
When you tidy up or tidy a place up, you put things back in their proper places so that everything is neat.
She spent an hour tidying up the shop.
  • American English: tidy up
  • Arabic: يُرَتِّبُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrumar
  • Chinese: 收拾
  • Croatian: pospremiti
  • Czech: poklidit
  • Danish: rydde op
  • Dutch: opruimen
  • European Spanish: recoger ordenar
  • Finnish: siivota
  • French: ranger
  • German: aufräumen
  • Greek: τακτοποιώ
  • Italian: riordinare
  • Japanese: 整頓する
  • Korean: 정돈하다
  • Norwegian: rydde
  • Polish: uprzątnąć
  • European Portuguese: arrumar
  • Romanian: a pune în ordine
  • Russian: убирать
  • Latin American Spanish: recoger ordenar
  • Swedish: städa
  • Thai: จัดให้เป็นระเบียบเรียบร้อย
  • Turkish: derleyip toplamak
  • Ukrainian: прибирати
  • Vietnamese: sắp xếp gọn gàng
British English: away /əˈweɪ/ ADVERB
put If you put something away, you put it where it should be.
Put your books away before you go.
  • American English: away
  • Arabic: في مَكَانِهِ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrumar
  • Chinese: 在适当的地方
  • Croatian: pospremiti
  • Czech: pryč
  • Danish: væk
  • Dutch: weg
  • European Spanish: en su sitio
  • Finnish: pois
  • French: ranger
  • German: weg
  • Greek: μακριά
  • Italian: a posto
  • Japanese: しまって
  • Korean: 다른 데(로)
  • Norwegian: vekk
  • Polish: nie tłumaczy się na język polski (tworzy angielski czasownik frazowy oznaczający oddalanie się czegoś)
  • European Portuguese: arrumar
  • Romanian: la loc
  • Russian: отсюда
  • Latin American Spanish: poner en orden
  • Swedish: undan
  • Thai: ในที่อื่น
  • Turkish: kaldırmak
  • Ukrainian: віддалік
  • Vietnamese: chỗ khác
British English: stow VERB
If you stow something somewhere, you carefully put it there until it is needed.
I helped her stow her bags in the boot of the car.
  • American English: stow
  • Brazilian Portuguese: guardar
  • Chinese: 收藏
  • European Spanish: meter
  • French: ranger
  • German: verstauen
  • Italian: riporre
  • Japanese: しまい込む
  • Korean: > 집어넣다조심스럽게
  • European Portuguese: guardar
  • Latin American Spanish: meter

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