count down in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

Translations for count down in the English»French Dictionary

I.count [Brit kaʊnt, Am kaʊnt] NOUN

1. count (numerical record):

II.count [Brit kaʊnt, Am kaʊnt] VERB trans

1. count (add up):

III.count [Brit kaʊnt, Am kaʊnt] VERB intr

IV.count [Brit kaʊnt, Am kaʊnt]

I.down1 [Brit daʊn, Am daʊn] ADV Down often occurs as the second element in verb combinations in English ( go down, fall down, get down, keep down, put down etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate verb entry ( go, fall, get, keep, put etc.).
When used to indicate vague direction, down often has no explicit translation in French: to go down to London = aller à Londres; down in Brighton = à Brighton.
For examples and further usages, see the entry below.

1. down (from higher to lower level):

2. down (indicating position at lower level):

7. down (indicating decrease in extent, volume, quality, process):

II.down1 [Brit daʊn, Am daʊn] PREP

III.down1 [Brit daʊn, Am daʊn] ADJ

IV.down1 [Brit daʊn, Am daʊn] VERB trans inf

V.down1 [Brit daʊn, Am daʊn]

See also put, put, put, keep, keep, keep, go, go, go, get, get, get, fall, fall, fall

I.put [Brit pʊt, Am pʊt] NOUN

put FIN → put option

II.put <part prés putting, prét, part passé put> [Brit pʊt, Am pʊt] VERB trans

1. put (place):

2. put (cause to go or undergo):

6. put (express):

8. put (rate, rank):

III.to put oneself in VERB refl

I.put [Brit pʊt, Am pʊt] NOUN

put FIN → put option

II.put <part prés putting, prét, part passé put> [Brit pʊt, Am pʊt] VERB trans

1. put (place):

2. put (cause to go or undergo):

6. put (express):

8. put (rate, rank):

III.to put oneself in VERB refl

I.put [Brit pʊt, Am pʊt] NOUN

put FIN → put option

II.put <part prés putting, prét, part passé put> [Brit pʊt, Am pʊt] VERB trans

1. put (place):

2. put (cause to go or undergo):

6. put (express):

8. put (rate, rank):

III.to put oneself in VERB refl

I.keep [Brit kiːp, Am kip] NOUN

II.keep <prét, part passé kept> [Brit kiːp, Am kip] VERB trans

1. keep (cause to remain):