Tradução de Francês de up to
Frequência da palavra
1. (= as far as) jusqu’à
He was up to his knees in water. Il avait de l’eau jusqu’aux genoux.
to count up to fifty compter jusqu’à cinquante
to go up to sb s’approcher de qn
to come up to sb s’approcher de qn
She came up to me. Elle s’est approchée de moi.
2. (= until) jusqu’à
up to 1990 jusqu’à 1990
up to now jusqu’à maintenant ⧫ jusqu’ici ⧫ jusqu’à présent
up to then jusque-là ⧫ jusqu’alors
3. (= as many as, as much as) jusqu’à
up to 20,000 students jusqu’à 20 000 étudiants
up to three hours jusqu’à trois heures
4. (= dependent on)
it’s up to you (= your choice) c’est comme tu veux ⧫ c’est à vous de choisir; (= it’s your responsibility) ça dépend de toi ⧫ ça dépend de vous
We could go now or later - it’s up to you. On peut y aller maintenant ou plus tard - ça ne dépend que de toi.
It was up to him to make it right. C’était à lui de rattraper l’erreur.
5. (= equal to)
to be up to sth (= capable of) [job, task] être à la hauteur de qch
He’s not up to it. Il n’est pas à la hauteur de la tâche.
to feel up to sth (= well enough) se sentir d’attaque pour qch
It’s not up to much. (Britain) (informal) (= is not of much value) Ça ne vaut pas grand-chose.
7. (informal) (= engaged on)
what is he up to? qu’est-ce qu’il peut bien faire ?
He’s up to something. Il manigance quelque chose.
to be up to no good ne rien préparer de bon
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Exemplos de frases que incluem up to
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As she gets up to go she wraps the remaining sandwiches in a napkin.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Can it hold a torch up to it 's predecessor?The Sun (2016)
Go up to the end of step 2, cover and keep in the fridge.The Sun (2016)
He showed enough to suggest he would be winning when up to today 's sort of distance.The Sun (2015)
His string bracelet is covered by his expensive jacket as he gets up to go.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Repeat with the other leg, and go up to your waist.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
So skiing England is another brilliant excuse to go up to the Lakes and rediscover them.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Up to one hour 's labour.The Sun (2009)
You can go up to that line.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
In the summer he goes up to Fifth Meridian.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He didn't have to put his hand up to ask to go to the lavatory.SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)
Adults might not need to go for up to two years.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Everyone is queueing up to have a go because no one wants to let themselves down.The Sun (2008)
He hadn't noticed a nativity display on the mantelpiece when he got up to go to the gents '.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Her dad answered the door and told me to go up to her room to get it as she had already gone to work.The Sun (2016)
I am about to jump into a train to go up to Sheffield this afternoon.The Sun (2013)
SITTING too long can age women 's cells by up to eight years, a study claims.The Sun (2017)
But I certainly think they go right up to the line.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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