English translation of 'dérailler'
Verb Table intransitive verb
1. [train] to derail ⧫ to be derailed
faire dérailler to derail
2. (informal) to be off one’s rocker (informal)
Il déraille complètement. He’s completely off his rocker.
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Il a ajouté que l'appréciation du yen, " si elle se poursuivait, pouvait faire dérailler la reprise " au Japon.Le Monde (1999)
Par contre, elle croit à l'amour, comme plein de filles, même si elles savent que ça va dérailler.Actuel
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