English translation of 'graver'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. [plaque, nom] to engrave
graver qch sur to engrave sth on
graver qch dans to etch sth on
graver qch dans sa mémoire to etch sth on one’s memory
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Example Sentences Including 'graver'
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De quoi graver cet " accident " dans la mémoire de la vie réelle.Le Monde (2000)
Il s'enferme à l'étage et redescend radieux : « C'est la première fois que j'ai reçu toute la musique que je désire graver.Le Monde (2003)
Sorte de méthode Coué, ce refrain finit par se graver dans le subconscient, d'où il agira sur l'intelligence consciente.Marie Claire
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'graver' in Other Languages
British English: engrave /ɪnˈɡreɪv/ VERB
If you engrave something with a design or words, you cut the design or words into its surface.
The ring was engraved with her name.
- American English: engrave
- Arabic: يَنْقُشُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: gravar esculpir
- Chinese: 雕刻
- Croatian: ugravirati
- Czech: vyrýt
- Danish: indgravere
- Dutch: graveren
- European Spanish: grabar Arte
- Finnish: kaivertaa koruun
- French: graver
- German: eingravieren
- Greek: χαράζω
- Italian: incidere
- Japanese: 彫る
- Korean: 조각하다
- Norwegian: gravere
- Polish: wyryć
- European Portuguese: gravar esculpir
- Romanian: a grava
- Russian: гравировать
- Spanish: grabar labrar
- Swedish: gravera
- Thai: สลัก
- Turkish: kazımak
- Ukrainian: гравірувати
- Vietnamese: khắc chạm
British English: etch VERB
If a line or pattern is etched into a surface, it is cut into the surface by means of acid or a sharp tool.
Crosses were etched into the walls.
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