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Message de coco2004 posté le 2004-05-28 04:03:02 (S | E | F | I)
Salut,
Je voudrais une explication des mots suivants et savoir comment les utiliser.

to get in, to get on,, to get out, to get off, to put on, to take off,
right away, to pick up, sooner or later, to get up, to come up with,

je vous remercie de bien vouloir me repondre.


Réponse: re de chrisg, postée le 2004-05-28 06:31:09 (S | E)
double click on the words you've just written above ... It's a kind of magic


Réponse: to get... de gizm0, postée le 2004-05-28 08:39:56 (S | E)
pour ceux/celles qui ne savent pas encore double cliquer...
get [gɛt]
verb (gets, getting, got [gɒt])
[mainly tr]
1 to come into possession of; receive or earn

2 to bring or fetch

3 to contract or be affected by
example: he got a chill at the picnic

4 to capture or seize
example: the police finally got him

5 [also intr] to become or cause to become or act as specified
example: to get a window open
example: get one's hair cut
example: get wet

6 [intr; foll by a preposition or adverbial particle] to succeed in going, coming, leaving, etc.
example: get off the bus

7 [takes an infinitive] to manage or contrive
example: how did you get to be captain?

8 to make ready or prepare
example: to get a meal

9 to hear, notice, or understand
example: I didn't get your meaning

10 (U.S. and Canadian) (informal)
to learn or master by study

11 [intr; often foll by to] to come (to) or arrive (at)
example: we got home safely
example: to get to London

12 to catch or enter
example: to get a train

13 to induce or persuade
example: get him to leave at once

14 to reach by calculation
example: add 2 and 2 and you will get 4

15 to receive (a broadcast signal)

16 to communicate with (a person or place), as by telephone

17 [also intr; foll by to] (informal)
to have an emotional effect (on)
example: that music really gets me

18 (informal)
to annoy or irritate
example: her high voice gets me

19 (informal)
to bring a person into a difficult position from which he or she cannot escape

20 (informal)
to puzzle; baffle

21 (informal)
to hit
example: the blow got him in the back

22 (informal)
to be revenged on, esp. by killing

23 (U.S.) (slang) a [foll by to] to gain access (to a person) with the purpose of bribing him
b [often foll by to] to obtain access (to someone) and kill or silence him


24 (informal)
to have the better of
example: your extravagant habits will get you in the end

25 [intr; foll by present participle] (informal)
to begin
example: get moving

26 [used as a command] (informal)
go! leave now!

27 (archaic)
to beget or conceive

28 get even with
See: even1 [15]

29 get it (in the neck) (informal)
to be reprimanded or punished severely

30 get with it (slang)
to allow oneself to respond to new ideas, styles, etc.

31 get with child (archaic)
to make pregnant
noun
32 (rare)
the act of begetting

33 (rare)
something begotten; offspring

34 (British) (slang)
a variant of: git

35 (informal)
(in tennis) a successful return of a shot that was difficult to reach
See also: get about, get across, get ahead, get along, get at, get away, get back, get by, get down, get in, get into, get off, get on, get onto, get out, get over, get round, get through, get-together, get up, got, gotten
[ETYMOLOGY: Old English gietan; related to Old Norse geta to get, learn, Old High German bigezzan to obtain]
'getable, 'gettable adjective

The use of off after get as in I got this chair off an antique dealer is acceptable in conversation, but should not be used in formal writing


Réponse: to put... de gizm0, postée le 2004-05-28 08:40:33 (S | E)
put [pʊt]
verb (puts, putting, put)
[mainly tr]
1 to cause to be (in a position or place)
example: to put a book on the table

2 to cause to be (in a state, relation, etc.)
example: to put one's things in order

3 [foll by to] to cause (a person) to experience the endurance or suffering (of)
example: to put to death
example: to put to the sword

4 to set or commit (to an action, task, or duty), esp. by force
example: he put him to work

5 to render, transform, or translate
example: to put into English

6 to set (words) in a musical form (esp. in the phrase put to music)

7 [foll by at] to estimate
example: he put the distance at fifty miles

8 [foll by to] to utilize (for the purpose of)
example: he put his knowledge to good use

9 [foll by to] to couple a female animal (with a male) for the purpose of breeding
example: the farmer put his heifer to the bull

10 to state; express
example: to put it bluntly

11 to set or make (an end or limit)
example: he put an end to the proceedings

12 to present for consideration in anticipation of an answer or vote; propose
example: he put the question to the committee
example: I put it to you that one day you will all die

13 to invest (money) in; give (support) to
example: he put five thousand pounds into the project

14 to impart
example: to put zest into a party

15 to throw or cast

16 not know where to put oneself to feel awkward or embarrassed

17 put paid to to destroy irrevocably and utterly
example: the manager's disfavour put paid to their hopes for promotion

18 stay put to refuse to leave; keep one's position
noun
19 a throw or cast, esp. in putting the shot

20 Also called: put option (Stock Exchange) an option to sell a stated amount of securities at a specified price during a specified limited period
Compare: call [58]
See also: put about, put across, put aside, put away, put back, put by, put down, put forth, put forward, put in, put off, put on, put on to, put out, put over, put through, put up, put upon
[ETYMOLOGY: C12 puten to push; related to Old English potian to push, Norwegian, Icelandic pota to poke]


Réponse: re de gizm0, postée le 2004-05-28 08:41:05 (S | E)
oula... je me suis pas rendue compte de la longueur...err.. finalement je ne vais pas tout recopier ^^


Réponse: re merci gizm0 de france, postée le 2004-05-28 13:39:54 (S | E)
tout compte fait je vais imprimer ta réponse et tes explications


Réponse: re de gizm0, postée le 2004-05-28 15:06:15 (S | E)
c'est un simple double click sur le mot qui t'interesse




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