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French translation of “trail”

trail

verb /treil/
to drag, or be dragged, along loosely
traîner
Garments were trailing from the suitcase.
to walk slowly and usually wearily
aller en traînant les pieds
He trailed down the road.
to follow the track of
suivre la piste (de)
The herd of reindeer was being trailed by a pack of wolves.
trailer noun a vehicle pulled behind a motor car
remorque
We carry our luggage in a trailer.
(American) a caravan.
caravane
a short film advertising a complete film
bande-annonce
a teaser trailer.
(Definition of trail from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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