English translation of 'dévisser'
Example Sentences Including 'dévisser'
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Ceux qui viennent de " dévisser " ne savent pas encore tendre l'écuelle.Le Monde (1998)
De ce palmarès à vous dévisser la casquette, Franck II Louise concède qu'il lui file le vertige.Le Monde (2001)
TOURNER LE COIN, FERMER SON PARAPLUIE OU SON VASISTAS, dévisser SON BILLARD mourir.Actuel
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'dévisser' in Other Languages
British English: unscrew /ʌnˈskruː/ VERB
If you unscrew something such as a lid, or if it unscrews, you keep turning it until you can remove it.
She unscrewed the cap of her water bottle and gave him a drink.
The base of the lamp unscrews for wiring and mounting.
- American English: unscrew
- Arabic: يَفُكُّ اللَوْلَب
- Brazilian Portuguese: desparafusar
- Chinese: 旋松
- Croatian: odviti
- Czech: odšroubovat
- Danish: skrue af
- Dutch: losschroeven
- European Spanish: destornillar
- Finnish: ruuvata auki
- French: dévisser
- German: losschrauben
- Greek: ξεβιδώνω
- Italian: svitare
- Japanese: ねじを緩める
- Korean: 나사를 빼다
- Norwegian: skru opp
- Polish: odkręcić
- European Portuguese: desaparafusar
- Romanian: a deșuruba
- Russian: откручивать
- Spanish: destornillar
- Swedish: skruva loss
- Thai: คลายเกลียว
- Turkish: sökmek vida
- Ukrainian: відкручувати(ся)
- Vietnamese: nới lỏng
Translation of dévisser from the Collins French to English
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