English translation of 'agrafer'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. [vêtement] to fasten
ça s’agrafe par devant it fastens at the front ⧫ it does up at the front
[documents] to staple together
[brochure, bulletin] to staple
agrafer qch à to staple sth to
3. [revêtement, tissu] to staple
4. (informal) (= attraper) to nab (informal) ⧫ to catch
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Example Sentences Including 'agrafer'
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Des incidents concernant les plaques de verre " collées " sur les façades ont entraîné l'obligation de les agrafer avant de les coller.Le Monde (2001)
Karine, institutrice à Millau, rappelle qu'il y aura " un million de tickets de consommations à agrafer ".Le Monde (2000)
Trends of 'agrafer'
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'agrafer' in Other Languages
British English: staple /ˈsteɪpl/ VERB
If you staple something, you fasten it to something else or fix it in place using staples.
Staple some sheets of paper together into a book.
- American English: staple
- Arabic: يُزَوِّدُ بِرْزَةٌ سِلْكِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: grampear
- Chinese: 用订书钉钉
- Croatian: zaklamati
- Czech: sešít sešívačkou
- Danish: hæfte sammen
- Dutch: nieten
- European Spanish: grapar
- Finnish: nitoa
- French: agrafer
- German: heften
- Greek: συρράπτω
- Italian: pinzare
- Japanese: ホッチキスで留める
- Korean: 스테이플로 고정시키다
- Norwegian: stifte
- Polish: przypiąć
- European Portuguese: agrafar
- Romanian: a capsa
- Russian: скреплять
- Spanish: grapar
- Swedish: häfta
- Thai: ติดด้วยลวดเย็บกระดาษ
- Turkish: zımbalamak
- Ukrainian: прикріпляти
- Vietnamese: dập ghim
Translation of agrafer from the Collins French to English
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