English translation of 'baver'
Verb Table intransitive verb
1. [enfant, malade] to dribble
baver d’envie devant qch to drool over sth
baver d’admiration devant qn to be left open-mouthed in admiration of sb
3. [chien] to slobber ⧫ to slaver (Brit) ⧫ to drool (USA)
4. [encre, couleur] to run
en baver (informal) to have a hard time of it ⧫ to have a hard time
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Example Sentences Including 'baver'
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Il m'a raconté qu'il avait eu une grande histoire avec une fille qui lui en avait fait baver.Marie Claire
Perry a fait un bond en arrière, une sorte de moon walk géant à faire baver Michael Jackson.Le Monde (2002)
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'baver' in Other Languages
British English: drool VERB
To drool over someone or something means to look at them with great pleasure, perhaps in an exaggerated or ridiculous way.
Fashion editors drooled over every item.
Translation of baver from the Collins French to English
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