suit translation | French-English dictionary

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suit

  

      vb  
    suivre  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

suite, suites, suite, subit

comme suit adv.
as follows
[Bus.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
The inquiry is taking its course.
exp.
The inquiry is following its course.
exp.
recitals ; it is reminded as follows ; whereas ;
[Leg.]
adv.
the following ; what follows
[Bus.]
adv.
within the hour after
prep.
within the hour
adv.
it is hereby agreed as follows
[Bus.]
exp.
it is agreed as follows ; the parties agreed on the following ; it is thus agreed as follows ;
JUR
exp.
it is reminded what follows
adv.
the parties agree as follows
[Bus.]
adv.
it is agreed as follows
[Bus.]
exp.
the parties agree on the following
[Bus.];[Leg.]
adv.
now therefore, it is agreed as follows
[Bus.]
adv.
now therefore, it is agreed as follows
[Bus.]
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'suit' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
qui suit les règles
exp.
La police suit une nouvelle ligne d'investigation.
exp.
Le film suit les parcours de deux femmes.
adv.
cela étant exposé, il est convenu ce qui suit :
[Bus.]
exp.
ça avance ; ça suit son cours ; ça progresse
v.
convenir de ce qui suit
pr. part
convenant de ce qui suit
exp.
il est convenu ce qui suit
JUR
adv.
les parties sont convenues de ce qui suit
[Bus.]
adv.
les parties sont convenues de ce qui suit
[Bus.]
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