English translation of 'chatouiller'
Verb Table transitive verb
[l’odorat, le palais] to tickle
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Example Sentences Including 'chatouiller'
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Il n'en faut pas plus pour chatouiller la jalousie rentrée des mâles du service.Les flics, 120 000 inconnus
Il ne faut pas trop chatouiller le président de la République, qui dispose toujours de l'article 11 de la Constitution.Le Monde (2000)
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'chatouiller' in Other Languages
British English: tickle /ˈtɪkl/ VERB
When you tickle someone, you move your fingers lightly over their body, often in order to make them laugh.
I was tickling him, and he was laughing.
- American English: tickle
- Arabic: يُدَغْدَغُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fazer cócegas
- Chinese: 胳肢
- Croatian: škakljati
- Czech: lechtat
- Danish: kilde
- Dutch: kietelen
- European Spanish: hacer cosquillas
- Finnish: kutittaa
- French: chatouiller
- German: kitzeln
- Greek: γαργαλάω
- Italian: fare il solletico
- Japanese: くすぐる
- Korean: 간질이다
- Norwegian: kile
- Polish: połaskotać
- European Portuguese: fazer cócegas
- Romanian: a gâdila
- Russian: щекотать
- Spanish: hacer cosquillas
- Swedish: kittla
- Thai: ทำให้จั๊กจี้
- Turkish: gıdıklamak
- Ukrainian: лоскотати
- Vietnamese: cù
Translation of chatouiller from the Collins French to English
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