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 Translation for 'to become' from English to French
VERB   to become | became | become
becoming | becomes
SYNO to become | to get | to go | ...
devenirto become
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se faire qc. [devenir] [ex.: La chaleur se faisait de plus en plus grande.]to become sth.
2 Words: Verbs
s'acclimater [idée]to become accepted
bot.zool.
s'acclimater
to become acclimated [Am.]
bot.zool.
s'acclimater
to become acclimatised [Br.]
bot.zool.
s'acclimater
to become acclimatized
redevenirto become again
s'agiter [perdre son calme]to become agitated
s'américaniserto become Americanised [Br.]
s'américaniserto become Americanized
s'angliciserto become anglicized
s'animer [orateur]to become animated
se dessinerto become apparent
transparaîtreto become apparent
se révéler [apparaître]to become apparent
s'affirmer [progrès, tendance]to become apparent
s'assimilerto become assimilated
vêt.
se déformer [pantalon]
to become baggy
s'amenderto become better
méd.
s'affermir [santé]
to become better
devenir plus grandto become bigger
se tacher [fruit]to become blemished
s'estomperto become blurred
se voiler [yeux]to become blurred
s'éloigner [image, souvenir]to become blurred
s'enhardirto become bolder
glisser dans l'ennuito become bored
méd.
cancériser
to become cancerous
s'éclaircir [situation, problème, mystère]to become clarified
se faire jourto become clear
s'éclairer [fig.] [situation]to become clear
s'expliquer [être compréhensible]to become clear
s'éclairer [fig.] [situation]to become clearer
se préciser [danger, avenir, menace]to become clearer
s'éclaircir [situation, problème, mystère]to become clearer
se troubler [liquide]to become cloudy
météo.
se couvrir [ciel]
to become cloudy
tomber dans le communto become commonplace
devenir concretto become concrete [plan]
se confondreto become confused
se troubler [idées]to become confused
s'obscurcir [situation]to become confused
s'embrouillerto become confused [person, ideas]
trafic
se congestionner [être encombré]
to become congested
sociol.
se déshumaniser
to become dehumanised [Br.]
sociol.
se déshumaniser
to become dehumanized
se déshydraterto become dehydrated
se découragerto become dejected
se démoraliserto become demoralised [Br.]
se démoraliserto become demoralized
géogr.sociol.
se dépeupler
to become depopulated
se dépraverto become depraved
se dépeupler [se vider temporairement]to become deserted
se découragerto become discouraged
déchanterto become disenchanted
se découragerto become disheartened
se décomposer [visage, traits]to become distorted
minér.
se cliver
to become divided
être pris de vertigeto become dizzy
s'appesantir [esprit]to become duller
adm.
entrer en vigueur
to become effective [law etc.]
s'émacierto become emaciated
se faire anoblirto become enobled
textile
s'enchevêtrer [fils, brins de laine]
to become entangled
s'établirto become established
s'instituerto become established
s'implanterto become established
pol.
s'installer [régime]
to become established
écol.
s'epuiser [réserves, ressources]
to become exhausted
disparaître [fig.] [cesser d'exister]to become extinct
blondir [cheveux]to become fairer
s'affermir [terrain]to become firmer
cuis.
devenir fade
to become flavorless [Am.]
cuis.
devenir fade
to become flavourless [Br.]
anat.
se congestionner [visage]
to become flushed [face]
s'énerverto become flustered
se troubler [perdre contenance]to become flustered
s'endurcir [cœur, âme]to become hardened
se durcir [ton, attitude, régime]to become harsher
se voiler [soleil, paysage]to become hazy
s'assainir [atmosphère, environnement]to become healthier
s'appesantir [tête]to become heavier
s'éraillerto become hoarse
se creuser [joues, visage]to become hollow
s'altérer [santé, faculté, relation, saveur]to become impaired
fin.
s'appauvrir
to become impoverished
méd.
s'irriter
to become inflamed
se mettre en courrouxto become infuriated
s'implanterto become ingrained
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique] to become institutionalised [organisation, practice] [Br.]
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique] to become institutionalized [organisation, practice] [Am.]
se mettre en courrouxto become irate
méd.
s'irriter [organe]
to become irritated
s'affiner [jugement]to become keener
filmlittérat.théâtre
percer [acteur, écrivain]
to become known
entrer dans la légende [fait]to become legendary [deed]
s'adapter à qn./qc.to become like sb./sth.
s'animer [conservation, débat]to become lively [conservation, debate]
se perdre [personne]to become lost
s'attiédirto become lukewarm
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Translation for 'to become' from English to French

to become
devenir
to become sth.
se faire qc. [devenir] [ex.: La chaleur se faisait de plus en plus grande.]

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to become accepted
s'acclimater [idée]
to become acclimated [Am.]
s'acclimaterbot.zool.
to become acclimatised [Br.]
s'acclimaterbot.zool.
to become acclimatized
s'acclimaterbot.zool.
to become again
redevenir
to become agitated
s'agiter [perdre son calme]
to become Americanised [Br.]
s'américaniser
to become Americanized
s'américaniser
to become anglicized
s'angliciser
to become animated
s'animer [orateur]
to become apparent
se dessiner

transparaître

se révéler [apparaître]

s'affirmer [progrès, tendance]
to become assimilated
s'assimiler
to become baggy
se déformer [pantalon]vêt.
to become better
s'amender

s'affermir [santé]méd.
to become bigger
devenir plus grand
to become blemished
se tacher [fruit]
to become blurred
s'estomper

se voiler [yeux]

s'éloigner [image, souvenir]
to become bolder
s'enhardir
to become bored
glisser dans l'ennui
to become cancerous
cancériserméd.
to become clarified
s'éclaircir [situation, problème, mystère]
to become clear
se faire jour

s'éclairer [fig.] [situation]

s'expliquer [être compréhensible]
to become clearer
s'éclairer [fig.] [situation]

se préciser [danger, avenir, menace]

s'éclaircir [situation, problème, mystère]
to become cloudy
se troubler [liquide]

se couvrir [ciel]météo.
to become commonplace
tomber dans le commun
to become concrete [plan]
devenir concret
to become confused
se confondre

se troubler [idées]

s'obscurcir [situation]
to become confused [person, ideas]
s'embrouiller
to become congested
se congestionner [être encombré]trafic
to become dehumanised [Br.]
se déshumanisersociol.
to become dehumanized
se déshumanisersociol.
to become dehydrated
se déshydrater
to become dejected
se décourager
to become demoralised [Br.]
se démoraliser
to become demoralized
se démoraliser
to become depopulated
se dépeuplergéogr.sociol.
to become depraved
se dépraver
to become deserted
se dépeupler [se vider temporairement]
to become discouraged
se décourager
to become disenchanted
déchanter
to become disheartened
se décourager
to become distorted
se décomposer [visage, traits]
to become divided
se cliverminér.
to become dizzy
être pris de vertige
to become duller
s'appesantir [esprit]
to become effective [law etc.]
entrer en vigueuradm.
to become emaciated
s'émacier
to become enobled
se faire anoblir
to become entangled
s'enchevêtrer [fils, brins de laine]textile
to become established
s'établir

s'instituer

s'implanter

s'installer [régime]pol.
to become exhausted
s'epuiser [réserves, ressources]écol.
to become extinct
disparaître [fig.] [cesser d'exister]
to become fairer
blondir [cheveux]
to become firmer
s'affermir [terrain]
to become flavorless [Am.]
devenir fadecuis.
to become flavourless [Br.]
devenir fadecuis.
to become flushed [face]
se congestionner [visage]anat.
to become flustered
s'énerver

se troubler [perdre contenance]
to become hardened
s'endurcir [cœur, âme]
to become harsher
se durcir [ton, attitude, régime]
to become hazy
se voiler [soleil, paysage]
to become healthier
s'assainir [atmosphère, environnement]
to become heavier
s'appesantir [tête]
to become hoarse
s'érailler
to become hollow
se creuser [joues, visage]
to become impaired
s'altérer [santé, faculté, relation, saveur]
to become impoverished
s'appauvrirfin.
to become inflamed
s'irriterméd.
to become infuriated
se mettre en courroux
to become ingrained
s'implanter
to become institutionalised [organisation, practice] [Br.]
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique]
to become institutionalized [organisation, practice] [Am.]
s'institutionnaliser [organisation, pratique]
to become irate
se mettre en courroux
to become irritated
s'irriter [organe]méd.
to become keener
s'affiner [jugement]
to become known
percer [acteur, écrivain]filmlittérat.théâtre
to become legendary [deed]
entrer dans la légende [fait]
to become like sb./sth.
s'adapter à qn./qc.
to become lively [conservation, debate]
s'animer [conservation, débat]
to become lost
se perdre [personne]
to become lukewarm
s'attiédir
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  • Arthur moved to Hamburg to live with his friend Jean Anthime, who was also studying to become a merchant.
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