English translation of 'barrer'
Example Sentences Including 'barrer'
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Il se contente de planer (dans un vrai planeur) et de barrer son voilier dans la grande bleue.Tous verts ! La surenchère écologique
La troisième : Personne ne peut barrer la route au courant de l'histoire, c'est pour Deng Xiaoping.Actuel
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'barrer' in Other Languages
British English: cross out /krɒs aʊt/ VERB
If you cross out words, you draw a line through them.
He crossed out her name and added his own.
- American English: cross out
- Arabic: يَشْطُبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: eliminar
- Chinese: 删除
- Croatian: prekrižiti
- Czech: škrtnout
- Danish: strege
- Dutch: doorstrepen
- European Spanish: tachar
- Finnish: yliviivata
- French: barrer
- German: durchstreichen
- Greek: διαγράφω
- Italian: barrare
- Japanese: 帳消しにする
- Korean: 줄을 긋다
- Norwegian: krysse ut
- Polish: wykreślić
- European Portuguese: eliminar
- Romanian: a tăia
- Russian: вычеркивать
- Spanish: tachar
- Swedish: stryka över
- Thai: ขีดฆ่าออก
- Turkish: silmek silip çıkarmak
- Ukrainian: викреслювати
- Vietnamese: gạch bỏ
British English: bar VERB
If you bar a door, you place something in front of it or a piece of wood or metal across it in order to prevent it from being opened.
For added safety, bar the door to the kitchen.
Translation of barrer from the Collins French to English
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