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exciter qn contre qn exp.
to incite sb against sb

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
to get sb worked-up
exp.
to incite sb to sth
exp.
to arouse sth in sb
exp.
to set sb against sb
exp.
to set sb against sb else
exp.
to pin sb against
exp.
to drive sb back against
exp.
to drive sb back to
exp.
to initiate inquiries about sb
nm.
assassination attempt on sb ; attack on sb ; attempt on sb's life
exp.
to investigate sb
[Leg.]
exp.
to make sb immune to
exp.
to immunize sb against
exp.
to cross swords with sb
exp.
to have a grudge against sb
exp.
to get annoyed with sb
exp.
to huddle up to sb
exp.
to squeeze up against sb
exp.
to be angry with sb
exp.
to set o.s. against sb
exp.
on a crusade against sb
exp.
to rail at sb
exp.
to inoculate sb against sth
exp.
to turn against sb
exp.
to get angry with sb
exp.
to get irritated with sb
exp.
to dog sb
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exciter

  

      vt  
   (=énerver)  
exciter qn      to get sb worked-up  
   [café]   to stimulate
     (sexuellement)    to arouse
   (=inciter)  
exciter qn à qch        [+révolte]   to incite sb to sth  
exciter qn contre qn      to incite sb against sb  
     [+passion, sentiment, envie]   to arouse  
exciter qch chez qn      to arouse sth in sb  


exciter (s')  
      vpr/vi  
   (=s'énerver)   to get worked-up  ,   (d'impatience, de joie)    to get excited
Ne t'excite pas trop vite: ça ne va peut-être pas marcher!      Don't get excited too soon: it may not work!  
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