English translation of 'serpenter'
Verb Table intransitive verb
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Example Sentences Including 'serpenter'
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J'ai vu, à l'oeil nu, ma phrase serpenter dans les rangs comme un trois-quarts centre des Caïmans de Dakar.Le Monde (1999)
Palabres et séduction, Clemente a le bagout et l'expérience pour serpenter entre les écueils.Le Monde (2001)
Trends of 'serpenter'
Used Rarely. serpenter is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'serpenter' in Other Languages
British English: wind /waɪnd/ VERB
road, river If a road or river winds, it twists and turns.
- American English: wind
- Arabic: يَتَلَوَّى
- Brazilian Portuguese: girar
- Chinese: 蜿蜒
- Croatian: zavijati
- Czech: vinout seřeka
- Danish: sno sig
- Dutch: bochten maken
- European Spanish: serpentear
- Finnish: mutkitella
- French: serpenterchemin
- German: sich winden
- Greek: στρίβω
- Italian: attorcigliarsi
- Japanese: 曲がる
- Korean: 구불구불하다
- Norwegian: snirkle
- Polish: wić się
- European Portuguese: serpentear
- Romanian: a face meandre
- Russian: петлять
- Spanish: serpentear
- Swedish: svänga
- Thai: คดเคี้ยว
- Turkish: kıvrılmak
- Ukrainian: витися
- Vietnamese: rẽ ngoặt
British English: meander VERB
If a river or road meanders, it has a lot of bends, rather than going in a straight line from one place to another.
...roads that meandered round the edges of the fields.
British English: snake VERB
Something that snakes in a particular direction goes in that direction in a line with a lot of bends.
The road snaked through forested mountains.
Translation of serpenter from the Collins French to English
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