English translation of 's’incliner'
reflexive verbVerb Table
1. (= faire une révérence) to bow
2. (figurative) to take one’s hat off to
Là, bravo, je m’incline. Well done, I take my hat off to you.
3. (= concéder la défaire) to be defeated
Ils se sont inclinés par trois buts à deux. They were defeated by three goals to two.
s’incliner devant to bow before
passive reflexive verbVerb Table
1. [route] to slope
2. [toit] to be sloping
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's’incliner' in Other Languages
British English: bow /baʊ/ VERB
When you bow, you bend your body towards someone as a polite way of saying hello or thanking them.
They all bowed to the king.
- American English: bow
- Arabic: يَنْحَنِي ل
- Brazilian Portuguese: fazer uma vénia
- Chinese: 鞠躬
- Croatian: nakloniti se
- Czech: uklonit se
- Danish: bukke
- Dutch: buigen knielen
- European Spanish: hacer una reverencia
- Finnish: kumartaa
- French: s’incliner
- German: verbeugen
- Greek: υποκλίνομαι
- Italian: inchinarsi
- Japanese: お辞儀をする
- Korean: 절하다
- Norwegian: bukke
- Polish: ukłonić się
- European Portuguese: fazer uma vénia
- Romanian: a se înclina
- Russian: кланяться
- Spanish: hacer una reverencia
- Swedish: buga (sig)
- Thai: คำนับ
- Turkish: baş eğme
- Ukrainian: вклонятися
- Vietnamese: cúi chào
Translation of s’incliner from the Collins French to English Dictionary