loading...
1 2 6 7 8 10 12 13 14 50 51
Click flashcard terms on the left to see their definitions.
High Scores
Waterfall Game Scores
63407143e4aa4f681aa1505a4c830ec5
BK9255
459
Fa6746cfe4a1b405b0d4704df2a9a745
jfnichols
441
3b056d081f43feb47a9eff3c7b3760d0
lindseybeltz
408
Match Game Times
Fa6746cfe4a1b405b0d4704df2a9a745
jfnichols
16s
63407143e4aa4f681aa1505a4c830ec5
BK9255
19s
9465de40f4f28425246f4224b60f6d06
qurchaq
20s
Share This List

All terms in this list:

voyager: to travel

vouloir: to want

voler: to fly, steal

voir: to see

vivre: to live

visiter: to visit

viellir: to grow old

vêtir: to clothe, dress

verser: to pour

venir: to come

venger: to avenge

vendre: to sell

valoir: to be worth, to be as good as, to merit

vaincre: to vanquish, conquer

utiliser: to utilize, use, put to use

unir: to unite, join

tuer: to kill

se trouver: to be located, situated

trouver: to find

se tromper: to be mistaken, wrong

tricher: to cheat, trick

traverser: to traverse, cross

travailler: to work

transmettre: to transmit, transfer

traiter: to treat, negotiate

trahir: to betray

traduire: to translate

tousser: to cough

tourner: to turn

toucher: to touch, affect

tordre: to twist

toquer: to rap, tap, knock

tonner: to thunder

tomber: to fall

tirer: to draw out, shoot, pull

terminer: to terminate

tenter: tempt, attempt, try

tenir: to hold, grasp

tendre: to strain, stretch, tighten, tend

téléphoner: to telephone

teindre: to dye

se taire: to be silent, to be quiet

survoler: to fly over

survivre: to survive

surprendre: to surprise

supporter: to hold up, prop up, endure, tolerate

supplier: to beg, beseech, supplicate

suivre: to follow

suffrire: to suffice

sucer: to suck

se souvenir: to remeber, recall

sourire: to smile

soumettre: to submit

souiller: to dirty, muddy, soil

souhaiter: to wish

souffrir: to suffer, endure

souffler: to blow, pant, prompt (an actor)

sortir: to go out, leave

sonner: to ring

songer: to dream, to think

signer: to sign

signaler: to point out, signal

siffler: to whistle, hiss, boo

se servir: to serve oneself

servir: to serve, be useful

serrer: to grasp, squeeze, press

séparer: to separate

seoir: to be becoming, to suit

sentir: to feel, smell, perceive

sembler: to seem

séjourner: to sojourn, live elsewhere

séduire: to seduce

secourir: to help, succor

secouer: to shake

savoir: to know (how)

se sauver: to run away, to escape

sauver: to save, rescue

sauter: to jump, leap

satisfaire: to satisfy

salir: to soil, dirty

saisir: to seize, grasp

rouler: to roll, drive

rougir: to blush

rompre: to break, burst, break off

rire: to laugh

revoir: to see again

rêver: to dream

revenir: to come back

se réveiller: to wake up

réussir: to succeed, result

retourner: to return, go back, turn again

se retirer: to retire, withdraw

retirer: to draw out again, to pull again

retenir: to retain, keep, detain

rester: to remain, to stay, to be left over

ressembler: to resemble

résoudre: to resolve, solve

reproduire: to reproduce

réprimander: to reprimand

reprendre: to take again, resume

se reposer: to rest

répondre: to respond, answer

répéter: to repeat, rehearse

repasser: to iron, pass again

réparer: to repair

reparaître: to reappear

répandre: to spread, scatter, spill

rentrer: to return

rendre: to give back, return, vomit

rencontre: to meet, encounter

remplir: to fill, fulfill, fill in, fill out

remplacer: to replace

remettre: to put on again, replace, put back, postpone

remercier: to thank

remarquer: to remark, notice, distinguish

relire: to reread

se plaindre: to complain, lament, moan

plaindre: to pity

regretter: to regret, miss

regarder: to look at, watch

refuser: to refuse, withhold

réfléchir: to think, meditate, reflect

réduire: to reduce, decrease

recueillir: to collect, gather, harvest

reconnaître: to recognize, acknowledge

recevoir: to receive

se rappeler: to remember, recall, recolect

rappeler: to call again, call back, recall, remind

ranger: to set (put) in order, to tidy up

raconter: to relate, tell, tell about

quitter: to leave

punir: to punish

puer: to stink

prouver: to prove

prononcer: to pronounce, declare

promettre: to promise

se promener: to take a walk

produire: to produce

prier: to pray, to supplicate, beg

prévoir: to foresee

prévenir: to warn, to forestall

prêter: to lend

prétendre: to pretend, to claim

se presser: to be in a hurry, to make haste

presser: to press, squeeze

présenter: to present, introduce

préparer: to prepare

prendre: to take

préférer: to prefer

prédire: to predict

pouvoir: to be able, can

pousser: to push, to grow

poursuivre: to pursue, prosecute

posséder: to possess, master

poser: to lay, place, pose, set

porter: to wear, carry

pleuvoir: to rain

pleurer: to cry

plaisanter: to joke

plaire: to please

placer: to place, put

peser: to weigh

persuader: to persuade

permettre: to permit, allow

périr: to perish, die

perdre: to lose

penser: to think

pendre: to hang

peindre: to paint, portray

se peigner: to comb one's hair

pêcher: to fish

pécher: to sin, commit a sin

payer: to pay for

patiner: to skate

se passer: to happen, take place

passer: to pass, spend time

partir: to leave

parler: to speak

pardonner: to pardon, forgive

paraître: to appear, seem

ouvrir: to open

oublier: to forget

oser: to dare

omettre: to omit

offrir: to offer

s'occuper: to be busy

occuper: to occupy

obtenir: to obtain

oblige: to oblige

obéir: to obey

nuire: to harm, hinder

nourrir: to feed nourish

nommer: to name, appoint

nier: to deny

nettoyer: to clean

neiger: to snow

naître: to be born

nager: to swim

mouvoir: to move

mourir: to die

moudre: to grind, mill

mordre: to bite

se moquer: to make fun

montrer: to show, display

monter: to go up, mount

mirer: to mirror

se mettre: to begin, start, place oneself

mettre: to put

mériter: to merit

se méprendre: to mistake

mentir: to lie

mener: to lead, take control

se méfier: to beware, to distrust

médire: to slander

méconnaître: to misjudge, not recognize

maudire: to curse

marcher: to walk, to function

manquer: to miss, lack

manger: to eat

maigrir: to reduce one's weight

luire: to shine, gleam

louer: to praise, to rent, rent out

lire: to read

se lever: to get up

lever: to lift, raise

se laver: to wash oneself

laver: to wash

lancer: to hurl, launch, throw

laisser: to let, allow, leave

lâcher: to loosen, unleash

jurer: to swear, vow

juger: to judge, deem

jouir: to enjoy

jouer: to play, to act in, to gamble

joindre: to join, contact

jeter: to throw, cast

inviter: to invite

introduire: to introduce, show in

interrompre: to interrupt

interroger: to interrogate

s'intéresser: to be interested in

interdire: to forbid, prohibit

instruire: to instruct

insiter: to insist

s'inquiéter: to worry, be upset

s'informer: to find out, inquire, inform oneself

indiquer: to indicate

inclure: to include, enclose

imposer: to impose

hésiter: to hesitate

haïr: to hate

habiter: to live in

s'habiller: to dress oneself

guérir: to cure, heal, remedy

gronder: to chide, reprimand

grimper: to climb

grêler: to hail

gratter: to grate, scratch

grandir: to grow up taller, increase

goûter: to taste, snack, to enjoy

gésir: to lie down, be lying down

gêner: to bother, hamper, constrict

geler: to freeze

gâter: to spoil, damage

garder: to guard, keep

gagner: to win, earn ,gain

fumer: to smoke, steam

fuir: to flee, shun

frire: to fry

frémer: to shudder, tremble

frapper: to knock, hit, frap

fournir: to furnish, supply

fouiller: to dig deeply, excavate

forcer: to force

fondre: to melt, dissolve, mix colours

fonder: to found

finir: to finish, end

se fier: to depend on, to trust in

fermer: to close

fendre: to split, crack

feindre: to feign

féliciter: to congratulate

falloir: to be necessary, must, to need

faire: to do, make

faillir: to fail, to almost do something

se fâcher: to become angry

exprimer: to express

expliquer: to explain

exigir: to demand, require

s'excuser: to excuse oneself, apologize

excuser: to excuse

éviter: to avoid

s'évanouir: to faint

évaluer: to evaluate

étudier: to study

être: to be

étourdir: to daze, stun, make dizzy

étonner: to amaze, astonish

s'étendre: to stretch oneself, to stretch out

éteindre: to extinguish, shut down a computer

établir: to establish

essuyer: to wipe

essayer: to try, try on

espérer: to hope

éprouver: to try, test, feel

épouser: to marry

envoyer: to send

s'envoler: to fly off, take flight, take off (aeroplane)

entrer: to enter, go in

entreprendre: to undertake

enterrer: to bury

entendre: to hear, understand

enseigner: to teach

ennuyer: to bore, annoy, weary

enlever: to carry away, remove

s'enfuir: to run away, slip away, fly away

encourager: to encourage

emprunter: to borrow

employer: to use, employ

empêcher: to hinder, prevent

émouvoir: to move, touch, excite, arouse

emmener: to lead, lead away

embrasser: to kiss, embrace

s'éloigner: to move away, to withdraw, keep back

élire: to elect, choose

élever: to raise, to bring up

égayer: to amuse, cheer up

effrayer: to frighten

écrire: to write

écouter: to listen to

échouer: to fail, run aground

échapper: to escape, avoid

douter: to doubt

dormir: to sleep

donner: to give

disparaître: to disappear

discuter: to discuss, argue

dire: to say, tell

dîner: to dine, have dinner

diminuer: to diminish

devoir: to have to, ought to, should

devenir: to become

développer: to develop, spread out

détruire: to destroy

détourner: to turn aside. Turn away

détester: to deteste, hate

dessiner: to sketch, draw

désirer: to desire

descendre: to go down, descend

déranger: to disturb, derange

déplaire: to displease

dépenser: to spend

dépeindre: to depict

dépendre: to depend on, to take down something hanging

se dépêcher: to hurry

démolir: to demolish

demeurer: to reside, remain, stay

demander: to ask for, request

déjeuner: to lunch

défendre: to defend, to forbid,

défaire: to undo, untie

déduire: to deduce, infer

décroître: to decrease

décrire: to describe

découvrir: to discover, uncover

décider: to decide

déchirer: to rip, tear, rend

décevoir: to deceive, dissapoint

danser: to dance

cuire: to cook

cueillir: to gather, pick

croître: to grow, increase

croire: to believe

crier: to shout, cry out

créer: to create

craindre: to fear, be afraid

couvrir: to cover

coûter: to cost

courir: to run, race

couper: to cut, switch off

coudre: to sew

se coucher: to go to bed, lie down

coucher: to put to bed, lay, flatten

corrompre: to corrupt

corriger: to correct

convenir: to suit

convaincre: to convince

contredire: to contradict

contraindre: to constrain, compel

continuer: to continue

conter: to relate, narrate

contenir: to contain

construir: to construct, build

consentir: to consent

conseiller: to advise, counsel

conquérir: to conquer

connaître: to know, be acquainted with, make acquaintance of

conduire: to lead, drive, conduct, manage

conclure: to conclude

concevoir: to conceive

compter: to count, intend, expect

comprendre: to understand

comparer: to compare

commettre: to commit

commencer: to begin, start

commander: to command, order

combattre: to combat, fight

chuchoter: to whisper

choisir: to choose

chérir: to cherish

chercher: to look for, search

chasser: to hunt, pursue

charger: to burden, charge, load

chanter: to sing

changer: to change

cesser: to cease

céder: to yield, cede

causer: to cause, chat

se casser: to break (a part of ones body)

casser: to break

se cacher: to hide oneself

cacher: to hide

brûler: to burn

se brosser: to brush oneself

brosser: to brush

bouillir: to boil

bouger: to budge, move

boire: to drink

se blesser: to hurt oneself

blesser: to harm, wound, offend

blanchir: to whiten

blâmer: to blame

bénir: to bless, consecrate

bavarder: to chat, gossip

se battre: to fight

battre: to beat, hit, strike

bâtir: to build, construct

balayer: to sweep

balancer: to balance, to sway, swing, weigh, throwaway

baisser: to lower, sink

avoir: to have

avancer: to advance

augmenter: to augment, increase

attraper: to catch

attirer: to attract, allure

attendre: to wait, expect

atteindre: to attain

s'assurer: to make sure, assure oneself

assurer: to assure, insure, guarantee

assister: to assist at, attend, be present

s'asseoir: to sit down

arriver: to arrive, happen

s'arrêter: to stop oneself, pause

arrêter: to arrest, stop

arranger: to arrange

arracher: to pull up, uproot

approuver: to approve (of)

approcher: to approach, come near

apprendre: to learn

apporter: to bring, bear

s'appeler: to be named

appeler: to call, name

appartenir: to belong, pertain

apparaître: to appear

apercevoir: to perceive

annoncer: to announce

s'amuser: to have a good time, to enjoy oneself

amuser: to amuse

amener: to bring, lead

s'en aller: to go away

aller: to go

ajouter: to add

aimer: to love, like

aider: to help

s'agir: to be the matter, the question of

agir: to act, behave

agacer: to annoy

advenir: to happen, occur

adresser: to address

adorer: to worship, adore

admirer: to admire

admettre: to admit

s'abstenir: to abstain

abdoudre: to absolve

acquérir: to aquire, obtain

achever: to achieve, finish

acheter: to buy

accuser: to accuse

accueillir: to greet, welcome

accroître: to increase, enlarge

accrocher: to hang up,

accourir: to run, to run up to , go running to

accorder: to accord, to grant, to reconcile, to admit

accompagner: to accompany

acclamer: to acclaim, to applaud

accepter: to accept

abolir: to abolish

abattre: to knock down, to slaughter, to dishearten

abasourdir: to daze, to deafen, to stun, to bewilder, to stupefy

s'abaisser: to humble oneself, to lower oneself, to condescend, to slope

abaisser: to lower, to reduce, to humiliate, to humble

Friends with BookmarkOS

Definitions from Wiktionary under the GNU FDL.
Sentences copyrighted by their respective publishers.
terms of service privacy policy