Übersetzung von “screw” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

screw

verb transitivescrew /skru/
≠unscrew to fasten or make tight with a screw.
visser

He screwed the two pieces together.
Il a vissé ensemble les deux pièces.
≠unscrew to turn sth until it fits tightly
visser

I screwed the cap back on the jar.
J'ai revissé le couvercle du bocal.

screw up

verb phrasalscrew up [ ˈskru ˈʌp ] informal
to make a mistake
informal cafouiller , informal foirer

I really screwed up, didn't I?
J'ai vraiment cafouillé, non ?

He was the one who screwed up the deal.
C'est lui qui a foiré le marché.

screw

noun countablescrew /skru/
a pointed metal pin with grooves and a flat top, which you can drill into wood, metal, etc.
vis feminine

She tightened the loose screw.
Elle resserra la vis desserrée.

(Übersetzung von “screw” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

screw

noun /skruː/

a type of nail that is driven into something by a firm twisting action

vis
I need four strong screws for fixing the cupboard to the wall.

an action of twisting a screw etc

tour de vis
He tightened it by giving it another screw.
screwdriver noun

a kind of tool for turning screws.

tournevis
be/get screwed

(slang) be cheated

avoir pitié de
You’ve been screwed – it’s not worth more than $10.
have a screw loose

(of a person) to be a bit mad

être un peu fêlé
She obviously has a screw loose if she thinks she’s going to make it as a pop singer.
put the screws on

to use force or pressure in dealing with a person

forcer la main à
If he won’t give us the money, we’ll have to put the screws on (him).
screw up

to twist or wrinkle (the face or features)

(se) crisper
The baby screwed up its face and began to cry.

to crumple

froisser
She screwed up the letter.

(slang) to bungle; to make a mess of

merder
He screwed up again
Plan it carefully – I don’t want you to screw things up.
screw up one’s courage

to make oneself brave enough to do something

prendre son courage à deux mains
He screwed up his courage to ask her to marry him.

screw

verb

to fix or remove, or be fixed or removed, with a twisting movement

(dé)visser
Make sure that the hook is fully screwed in
He screwed off the lid.

(slang, vulgar) to fuck; to have sex (with).

baiser

(slang) to cheat or take advantage of

pigeonner
They screwed you – these are not real diamonds.

(Übersetzung von “screw” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)