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s'étirer



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to stretch


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French > English
se
     1. pron.    (to) himself
     2. pron.    (to) herself
     3. pron.    (to) oneself
     4. pron.    (to) itself
     5. pron.    (to) themselves
     6. pron.    (to) each other
étirer
     1. v. to stretch
     2. v. (reflexive, s'étirer) To stretch (stretch one's muscles)
French > French
s'étirer
     1. v. (Forme pronominale;étirer).
English > French
stretch
     1. adj. Extensible.
     2. v. Étendre, (s')étirer, bander (un élastique).
           The beach stretches from Cresswell to Amble.
     3. v. Bander, raidir, remonter, serrer, tendre.
           I stretched the rubber band until it almost broke.
     4. n. Durée, période (stretch of time).
           He did a 7-year stretch in jail.
     5. n. Tronçon de route.
           A stretch is a segment of a journey or route.
           It was an easy trip except for the last stretch, which took forever.
     6. n. Étirement (stretches).
           Here you stretch to your farthest point and hold the stretch.

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