French English Dictionary

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émouvoir in English:

1. to be moved



English word "émouvoir"(to be moved) occurs in sets:

500 most important French verbs 451 - 475
Les 500 verbes anglais les plus courants 451 - 475

2. emoting


not talking about emoting.
ten minutes of soulful emoting mixed with Soviet bravura

English word "émouvoir"(emoting) occurs in sets:

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3. move


Move quietly.
But I am convinced that in order to move forward, we must say openly the things we hold in our hearts, and that too often are said only behind closed doors.
I was deeply moved by his speech. I was deeply moved by what you wrote on this card.
They move from place to place, often change jobs, divorce more frequently, and take economic and social risks which seem dangerous.
This indigenous god needs water to have a normal life, move and talk, or its body will turn back into immovable stone.
I thought I had him in a corner, but then he pulled an unexpected move and completely turned the tables on me.
In a characteristically awkward move, Regis patted his guest on the arm.
You've sprained your ankle and can't walk can you? "No, I'm fine! I can move forward at a crawl!"
Miss Baker knew that the young man would have to leave very soon, so she decided to ask him to move his car a bit, so that she could park hers in the proper place for the night before going to bed.
His untimely statement has not only let the cat out of the bag but also upset the apple cart for the peace move.
If the distance you move the pen is too small, the speed too slow, it can't recognize the gestures well and you can't operate it in the way you thought.
According to informed sources, ____ Ltd. is preparing for the move up to the first section of the Tokyo Stock exchange.
Broaden your horizon so that as you become more and more able to take care of yourself you will move intelligently.
We're moving to Paris. / They've ​bought a new ​house, but it will need a lot of ​work before they can move into it/move in.
Yesterday the students finished Chapter 1 so now they'll move on to Chapter 2.