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trac

  

      nm   (=peur)   nerves    pl  ,   (THÉÂTRE)   stage fright  
avoir le trac      [élève]   to get an attack of nerves  
[acteur]   to have stage fright  
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trace, tracé, tracer, tracé

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
stage fright ; nerves (pl)
n.
performance anxiety
[Med.]
n.
plan
[Bus.]
n.
track
[Bus.]
n.
plot
[Comp.]
v.
draw
adv.
out of the blue
exp.
to get an attack of nerves
v.
feel nervous
exp.
to have stage fright
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'trac' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
trac
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trace
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trace
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n.
trace
[Bus.]
v.
a le trac
v.
a le trac
vt.
tracer
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tracer
v.
tracer
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tracer
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"trac": examples and translations in context
Quand j'y suis j'ai encore plus le trac. When I get there, I'm even more nervous.
Daph... c'est normal, d'avoir le trac ? Daph, is it normal to feel this nervous?
Je ne veux pas vous donne le trac, Cro Noh. I don't want makes you nervous, Cronauer.
C'est normal d'avoir le trac pour sa premiêre séance photos. Well, everyone is nervous on their first shoot. You'll be fine.
Je veux dire, on n'a jamais fait ça et j'ai un peu le trac. I mean, we never done this before and I'm kinda nervous.
Michaela n'est pas partie parce qu'elle avait le trac. Michaela didn't run off because she had stage fright.
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