English translation of 'capitaliser'
Verb Table intransitive verb
capitaliser sur qch [expérience, événements, innovations, connaissances, savoir-faire, image positive] to capitalize on sth
Verb Table transitive verb
1. [connaissances, acquis, savoir-faire, expériences] to capitalize on
2. (Business) to capitalize
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Example Sentences Including 'capitaliser'
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Elles devraient l'être, afin de capitaliser la quantité colossale de connaissances accumulées durant les siècles.Le Monde (2001)
Il suffirait de capitaliser sur ses atouts, d'élargir ce consensus à la justice, et notamment à la justice sociale.Le Monde (2001)
Sans être parvenues à se rassembler, les organisations syndicales vont tenter de " capitaliser " le mécontentement de la profession.Le Monde (1999)
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Translation of capitaliser from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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