(=public meeting) meeting m , rassemblement m
→ a pre-election rally
a political rally un meeting politique
a peace rally un rassemblement pour la paix
a protest rally un meeting de protestation
(AUTOMOBILES) rallye m
a car rally un rallye
a motorcycle rally un rallye moto
(TENNIS) échange m
→ a long rally
→ He rallied his own supporters for a fight.
[+public opinion] rallier
→ an attempt to rally public opinion in favour of import controls
(=unite) se rallier
to rally behind sb se rallier autour de qn
→ Republicans urge Congress to rally behind the president
to rally to sb's support se rallier à la cause de qn
→ Her cabinet colleagues have continued to rally to her support.
[sick person] aller mieux
→ The president rallied, but then died nine days later.
[Stock Exchange] reprendre → The stock market rallied today after yesterday's dramatic falls.
n (US) réunion des élèves (ou des étudiants) avant un match interscolaire, pour encourager leur équipe réunion des élèves (ou des étudiants) avant un match interscolaire, pour encourager leur équipe
rally around , rally round (British)
vi se mobiliser
→ We all rallied round when the school was threatened with closure.
→ Many people have rallied round to help the family.
vt fus se rallier à
→ The party rallied round him after his election defeat.
n voiture f de rallye
n pilote mf de rallye
→ an accomplished rally driver
n rallye m
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