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hitch

verb /hitʃ/
to fasten to something
attacher
He hitched his horse to the fencepost He hitched his car to his caravan.
to hitch-hike
faire du stop
I can’t afford the trainfare to London – I’ll have to hitch.
hitch-hike verb to travel by means of free rides in other people’s cars
faire du stop
He has hitch-hiked all over Britain.
hitch-hiker noun
auto-stoppeur/-euse
hitch a lift/ride to get a free ride in someone else’s car.
profiter d’une occasion
We hitched a lift to Norwich.
hitch up to pull up or raise with a sudden short pull
remonter (d’une saccade)
He hitched up his trousers.
Translations of “hitch”
in Vietnamese buộc vào, kéo vào, đi nhờ…
in Spanish amarrar, hacer autoestop, ir a dedo…
in Thai ผูก, โบกรถ…
in Malaysian menambat, mengembara tumpang…
in German festmachen, trampen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 乘…
in Indonesian menambatkan, membonceng…
in Russian прицеплять…
in Turkish bağlamak, iliştirmek, takmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乘…
in Polish przyczepiać, doczepiać…
(Definition of hitch from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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