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Slow down in French : alentir

Translations of « slow down » in French

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Locution verbale

slow down

  1. (Transitive) ou (Intransitive) Ralentir, décélérer.
  2. (Figurative) (Poetics) (Intransitive) Languir.

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Examples of usage of « slow down » in English/French

  • Co Down motorists travelling on the busy Bangor Road near the Seapark have been urged to “slow down” by a local SDLP representative, who revealed a 12-year-old child had a near miss when crossing at a traffic light.

    Les automobilistes de Co Down qui circulent sur la route trĂšs frĂ©quentĂ©e de Bangor Road, prĂšs du Seapark, ont Ă©tĂ© invitĂ©s Ă  "ralentir" par un reprĂ©sentant local du SDLP, qui a rĂ©vĂ©lĂ© qu'un enfant de 12 ans a failli ĂȘtre victime d'un accident en traversant Ă  un feu de signalisation. belfasttelegraph — Calls for Co Down motorists to ‘slow down’ after local SDLP representative reveals ‘unthinkable’ near miss crash involving 12-year-old - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
  • In an age of instant everything, drawing invites us to slow down and appreciate the world around us.

    À une Ă©poque oĂč tout est instantanĂ©, le dessin nous invite Ă  ralentir et Ă  apprĂ©cier le monde qui nous entoure. How to Slow Down - The New York Times

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