défenestrer (se) translation | French-English dictionary

défenestrer v.
throw out of a window

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
withdraw (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
move back (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
lose one's marker (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
free oneself from marking (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
make space (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
undo one's fly
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défenestrer qn      to throw sb out of the window  

défenestrer (se)  
      vpr/réfl   to jump out of the window
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"défenestrer (se)": examples and translations in context
Pour ceux qui comme moi ont vécu, dans les années 80, l'expérience du terrorisme - un type différent de terrorisme, le " terrorisme rouge " -, qui ont vu une bombe chez eux et un frère se défenestrer, les discours politiques n'avaient aucune signification à ce moment-là. For those who, like me, have experienced terrorism – a different type of terrorism, ‘ red terrorism' – and have seen a bomb in the house and a brother get out through a window, political words meant nothing at the time, in the eighties.
Je vais devoir tout faire parce que tu es quelqu'un d'irresponsable... qui monte sur des chaises à roulettes et qui finit par se défenestrer. I am going to have to do everything... because you're an irresponsible person... who stands atop rolling chairs and chooses to go flying through windows.
Sa fille vient de se défenestrer. His daughter just dove out a window.
Une trouille à se défenestrer. I scared him right out the window.
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