English translation of 'démanger'
Verb Table intransitive verb
Ça démange. It itches.
Verb Table transitive verb
La main me démange. My hand is itching.
Ça me démange. It itches.
ça me démange de faire I’m itching to do
l’envie me démange de faire I’m itching to do
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Example Sentences Including 'démanger'
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La partie de la peau exposée se met à démanger et une papule apparaît bientôt à l'endroit de l'inoculation.Le Monde (2001)
Trends of 'démanger'
Used Rarely. démanger is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'démanger' in Other Languages
British English: itch /ɪtʃ/ VERB
When a part of your body itches, you have an unpleasant feeling on your skin that makes you want to scratch.
When someone has hayfever, the eyes and nose will stream and itch.
- American English: itch
- Arabic: يَسْتَحِكُهُ جِلْدُه
- Brazilian Portuguese: comichar
- Chinese: 痒
- Croatian: svrbjeti
- Czech: svědit
- Danish: klø
- Dutch: jeuken
- European Spanish: picar comezón
- Finnish: kutista
- French: démanger
- German: jucken
- Greek: έχω φαγούρα
- Italian: prudere
- Japanese: かゆい
- Korean: 가렵다
- Norwegian: klø
- Polish: zaswędzieć
- European Portuguese: ter comichão
- Romanian: a mâncanecesită scărpinare
- Russian: зудеть
- Spanish: picar comezón
- Swedish: klia
- Thai: คัน
- Turkish: kaşınmak
- Ukrainian: свербіти
- Vietnamese: ngứa
Translation of démanger from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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