remplaçant au pied levé translation English | French-English dictionary

remplaçant au pied levé n.
pinch-hitter
[Tech.]

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adv.
at the drop of a hat ; immediately ; at once
at first notice, very fast,
adv.
at a moment's notice
prep.
at the foot of
attention au sens littéral : j'ai mis une chaussure au pied de mon fils. j'ai un parking au pied de mon immeuble ...
exp.
heel!
[à un chien]
n.
toe brake
[Tech.]
n.
foot control
[Tech.]
adv.
at the bed end
vi.
have a sore foot
exp.
to hurt one's foot
adv.
at the foot of the slopes
adv. adj.
1. [Litt.] at the foot of the wall 2. [Fig.] up against a wall ; cornered ; at bay ; with no possible escape ; with no way out ; with no alternative ; back to the wall
S'emploie souvent dans les expressions "être au pied du mur" et "mettre quelqu'un au pied du mur".
exp.
to injure one's foot
vi.
be cornered (fig) ; have one's back to the wall (fig) ; be up against a wall (fig)
[Fig.] s'emploie aussi avec mettre quelqu'un au pied du mur
exp.
to hurt one's foot
adv.
literally
n.
foot! [A dog]
n.
tooth root stress
[Tech.]
exp.
to get sb with her back to the wall
exp.
to get sb with his back to the wall
adv.
at the foot of the ski slopes
exp.
I've got a blister on my foot.
exp.
I've hurt my foot.
exp.
I've injured my foot.
v.
take literally
n.
tooth root stress limit
[Tech.]
n.
nominal tooth root stress
[Tech.]
v.
take everything literally
n.
replacement
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remplaçant

, e  
      nm/f  
   (=successeur)   successor  
son remplaçant à la tête du parti      her successor at the head of the party  
   (=substitut, suppléant)   replacement, stand-in
     (SPORT)   substitute  
le banc des remplaçants      the substitutes' bench  
     (THÉÂTRE)   understudy, stand-in
     (ÉDUCATION)   supply teacher   (Grande-Bretagne)  , substitute teacher   (USA)  
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