English translation of 'empoisonner'
Verb Table transitive verbsee also s’empoisonner
1. [substance, criminel] to poison
empoisonner l’atmosphère to poison the atmosphere
2. (figurative) (= empester) [air, pièce] to stink out
3. (= gâcher)
il nous empoisonne l’existence he’s the bane of our life
4. (= importuner)
empoisonner qn to drive sb mad
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Juste pour vous donner une idée de l'échelle, cette quantité suffirait à empoisonner environ 4 millions de personnes par jour.Europarl Parallel Corpus
Sans quoi, cette affaire risque de se transformer en véritable plaie et empoisonner les relations internationales à un moment très sensible.Europarl Parallel Corpus
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'empoisonner' in Other Languages
British English: poison /ˈpɔɪzn/ VERB
To poison someone or something means to give poison to them or to add poison to them, causing them harm.
There were rumours that she had poisoned him.
- American English: poison
- Arabic: يُسَمِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: envenenar
- Chinese: 放毒
- Croatian: otrovati
- Czech: otrávit
- Danish: forgifte
- Dutch: vergiftigen
- European Spanish: envenenar
- Finnish: myrkyttää
- French: empoisonner
- German: vergiften
- Greek: δηλητηριάζω
- Italian: avvelenare
- Japanese: 毒を盛る
- Korean: 독을 넣다
- Norwegian: forgifte
- Polish: otruć
- European Portuguese: envenenar
- Romanian: a otrăvi
- Russian: отравлять
- Spanish: envenenar
- Swedish: förgifta
- Thai: วางยาพิษ
- Turkish: zehirlemek
- Ukrainian: труїти
- Vietnamese: đầu độc
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