English translation of 'clarifier'
Verb Table transitive verb
(figurative) to clarify
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Example Sentences Including 'clarifier'
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L'attitude de la hiérarchie n'aide pas forcément à clarifier les choses.Les flics, 120 000 inconnus
LE MONDE " François Hollande va devoir clarifier son " réformisme de gauche ".Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Maintenant que les militants ont tranché, le congrès de Dijon permet de clarifier un certain nombre de questions.Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Nul besoin de clarifier ce qui, de toute façon, ne le sera jamais.Marie Claire
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'clarifier' in Other Languages
British English: clarify /ˈklærɪˌfaɪ/ VERB
To clarify something means to make it easier to understand.
She asked him to clarify the situation.
- American English: clarify
- Arabic: يُوْضِحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: esclarecer
- Chinese: 澄清
- Croatian: pojasniti
- Czech: objasnit
- Danish: klargøre
- Dutch: ophelderen
- European Spanish: aclarar explicar
- Finnish: selventää
- French: clarifier
- German: klarstellen
- Greek: διευκρινίζω
- Italian: chiarire
- Japanese: 明らかにする
- Korean: 분명하게 하다
- Norwegian: klargjøre
- Polish: rozjaśnić
- European Portuguese: esclarecer
- Romanian: a clarifica
- Russian: прояснить
- Spanish: aclarar
- Swedish: klargöra
- Thai: อธิบายให้ชัดเจน
- Turkish: açıklık kazandırmak
- Ukrainian: пояснювати
- Vietnamese: làm rõ
Translation of clarifier from the Collins French to English
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