above in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

Translations for above in the English»French Dictionary (Go to French»English)

I.above [Brit əˈbʌv, Am əˈbəv] PRON

II.above [Brit əˈbʌv, Am əˈbəv] PREP

III.above [Brit əˈbʌv, Am əˈbəv] ADJ

IV.above [Brit əˈbʌv, Am əˈbəv] ADV

V.above [Brit əˈbʌv, Am əˈbəv]

See also over1, over2, cut

I.over1 [Brit ˈəʊvə, Am ˈoʊvər] PREP Over is used after many verbs in English ( change over, fall over, lean over etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate verb entry ( change, fall, lean etc.).
over is often used with another preposition in English ( to, in, on) without altering the meaning. In this case over is usually not translated in French: to be over in France = être en France; to swim over to sb = nager vers qn.
over is often used with nouns in English when talking about superiority ( control over, priority over etc.) or when giving the cause of something ( delays over, trouble over etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate noun entry ( control, priority, delay, trouble etc.).
over is often used as a prefix in verb combinations ( overeat), adjective combinations ( overconfident) and noun combinations ( overcoat). These combinations are treated as headwords in the dictionary.
For particular usages see the entry below.

8. over (in the course of):

III.over1 [Brit ˈəʊvə, Am ˈoʊvər] ADJ ADV

over2 [Brit ˈəʊvə, Am ˈoʊvər] NOUN SPORT

I.cut [Brit kʌt, Am kət] NOUN

II.cut <part prés cutting, prét, part passé cut> [Brit kʌt, Am kət] VERB trans

1. cut (slice):

III.cut <part prés cutting, prét, part passé cut> [Brit kʌt, Am kət] VERB intr

1. cut (slice, make an incision):

V.cut [Brit kʌt, Am kət] ADJ

I.rise above VERB [Brit rʌɪz -, Am raɪz -] (rise above [sth]) (overcome)

I.over1 [Brit ˈəʊvə, Am ˈoʊvər] PREP Over is used after many verbs in English ( change over, fall over, lean over etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate verb entry ( change, fall, lean etc.).
over is often used with another preposition in English ( to, in, on) without altering the meaning. In this case over is usually not translated in French: to be over in France = être en France; to swim over to sb = nager vers qn.
over is often used with nouns in English when talking about superiority ( control over, priority over etc.) or when giving the cause of something ( delays over, trouble over etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate noun entry ( control, priority, delay, trouble etc.).
over is often used as a prefix in verb combinations ( overeat), adjective combinations ( overconfident) and noun combinations ( overcoat). These combinations are treated as headwords in the dictionary.
For particular usages see the entry below.

8. over (in the course of):

III.over1 [Brit ˈəʊvə, Am ˈoʊvər] ADJ ADV

See also trouble, priority, leave over, lean, fall away, fall, delay, control, change

I.trouble [Brit ˈtrʌb(ə)l, Am ˈtrəb(ə)l] Troubles NOUN

1. trouble U (problems):

2. trouble (difficulties):

3. trouble (effort, inconvenience):

4. trouble:

III.trouble [Brit ˈtrʌb(ə)l, Am ˈtrəb(ə)l] Troubles VERB trans

1. trouble (bother) person: