Detailed Translations for lift from English to French


to lift verb (lifts, lifted, lifting)

  1. to lift (lift up; heave)
    – rise up 1
    lever; hisser; élever; soulever; monter
    • lever verb (lève, lèves, levons, levez, )
    • hisser verb (hisse, hisses, hissons, hissez, )
    • élever verb (élève, élèves, élevons, élevez, )
    • soulever verb (soulève, soulèves, soulevons, soulevez, )
    • monter verb (monte, montes, montons, montez, )
  2. to lift (haul; heave; hoist)
  3. to lift (lift up; raise; heave)
    lever; soulever; hisser
    • lever verb (lève, lèves, levons, levez, )
    • soulever verb (soulève, soulèves, soulevons, soulevez, )
    • hisser verb (hisse, hisses, hissons, hissez, )
  4. to lift (dig up)
    déraciner; arracher
    • déraciner verb (déracine, déracines, déracinons, déracinez, )
    • arracher verb (arrache, arraches, arrachons, arrachez, )
  5. to lift (hoist; haul; heave; pull up)
    gréer; lever; hisser
    • gréer verb (grée, grées, gréons, gréez, )
    • lever verb (lève, lèves, levons, levez, )
    • hisser verb (hisse, hisses, hissons, hissez, )

Conjugations for lift:

  1. lift
  2. lift
  3. lifts
  4. lift
  5. lift
  6. lift
simple past
  1. lifted
  2. lifted
  3. lifted
  4. lifted
  5. lifted
  6. lifted
present perfect
  1. have lifted
  2. have lifted
  3. has lifted
  4. have lifted
  5. have lifted
  6. have lifted
past continuous
  1. was lifting
  2. were lifting
  3. was lifting
  4. were lifting
  5. were lifting
  6. were lifting
  1. shall lift
  2. will lift
  3. will lift
  4. shall lift
  5. will lift
  6. will lift
continuous present
  1. am lifting
  2. are lifting
  3. is lifting
  4. are lifting
  5. are lifting
  6. are lifting
  1. be lifted
  2. be lifted
  3. be lifted
  4. be lifted
  5. be lifted
  6. be lifted
  1. lift!
  2. let's lift!
  3. lifted
  4. lifting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

lift [the ~] noun

  1. the lift (lift cage; elevator cage; elevator car)
  2. the lift


  1. lift

Translation Matrix for lift:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ascenseur lift elevator
cabine d'ascenseur elevator cage; elevator car; lift; lift cage
cage d'ascenseur elevator cage; elevator car; lift; lift cage
monter ascent; going up; increase; rise; rising; uplift
stimulant boost; dope; drive; drug; drugs; encouraging; impelling; impetus; impulse; incentive; incitement; inciting; iron-enriched drink; momentum; narcotics; spur; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill; turning on
- aerodynamic lift; airlift; cosmetic surgery; elevation; elevator; face lift; face lifting; facelift; heave; nip and tuck; raise; raising; rhytidectomy; rhytidoplasty; rise; ski lift; ski tow
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arracher dig up; lift blow down; break down; break up; demolish; destroy; drag down; draw apart; extort; get down; make off with; pilfer; pinch off; pluck; provoke; pull; pull down; pull off; pull out; push over; rend; rip; rip off; snatch; snatch away; snatch off; steal; take down; tear apart; tear down; tear loose; tear off; tear out; tear to pieces; tear to shreds; tear up; tease; tug; turn out; wreck
déraciner dig up; lift
gréer haul; heave; hoist; lift; pull up
hisser haul; heave; hoist; lift; lift up; pull up; raise draw up; erect; haul in; heave; hoist; pull up; raise; rig
lever haul; heave; hoist; lift; lift up; pull up; raise abolish; add; add on to; annul; bring up; build out; bulge; cancel; collect; come round for; come up; draw up; expand; extend; fetch; grow; haul in; heave; hoist; lift up; lighten; nullify; pick up; pull up; put up; raise; rise; stick up; swell; swell up; take; take along; take away; undo; widen
monter heave; lift; lift up advance; arise; ascend; ascent; assemble; be off; be on the upgrade; become higher; become larger; bristle; build up; carry up; climb; climb up; climb upstairs; draw up; drive along; drive up; drive upwards; flare up; fly up; get away; go up; go upstairs; go upward; go upwards; grow; heave; hoist; increase; lift up; mount; raise; ride; ride horseback; ride up; rise; rise to the surface; rise up; stage; stand up; start; step up; step upstairs; take off; to get promoted; walk up; work oneself up
retirer quelque chose de quelque chose haul; heave; hoist; lift
sortir quelque chose de quelque chose haul; heave; hoist; lift
soulever heave; lift; lift up; raise blow up; boost; bring in; bring up; broach; broach a subject; cut; cut into; draw up; flip; get better; heave; hoist; improve; initiate; introduce; jack up v; lead up; lead upwards; lift up; patch up; pep up; postulate; prompt; pull up; put forward; put on the table; put up; raise; reap; refurbish; sting; suggest; throw up; toss in the air; toss up; turn over
élever heave; lift; lift up ascend; be off; be on the upgrade; become higher; become larger; breed; bring up; bristle; climb; cultivate; educate; enhance; establish; flare up; fly up; found; get away; go up; go upward; ground; grow; heighten; increase; lay the foundations; lift up; mount; put up; raise; rear; rise; rise to the surface; start; take off; tune
- airlift; annul; arise; bring up; come up; countermand; elevate; face-lift; get up; go up; hoist; move up; overturn; plagiarise; plagiarize; raise; rear; repeal; rescind; reverse; revoke; rise; rustle; uprise; vacate; wind
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
stimulant lift
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
stimulant fortifying; heartwarming; stimulating

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Related Definitions for "lift":

  1. the act of raising something1
    • he responded with a lift of his eyebrow1
  2. a ride in a car1
    • he gave me a lift home1
  3. transportation of people or goods by air (especially when other means of access are unavailable)1
  4. plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised1
  5. the act of giving temporary assistance1
  6. lifting device consisting of a platform or cage that is raised and lowered mechanically in a vertical shaft in order to move people from one floor to another in a building1
  7. one of the layers forming the heel of a shoe or boot1
  8. a device worn in a shoe or boot to make the wearer look taller or to correct a shortened leg1
  9. a powered conveyance that carries skiers up a hill1
  10. a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground1
  11. the event of something being raised upward1
  12. the component of the aerodynamic forces acting on an airfoil that opposes gravity1
  13. perform cosmetic surgery on someone's face1
  14. remove from a surface1
    • the detective carefully lifted some fingerprints from the table1
  15. take off or away by decreasing1
    • lift the pressure1
  16. remove from a seedbed or from a nursery1
    • lift the tulip bulbs1
  17. remove (hair) by scalping1
  18. put an end to1
    • lift a ban1
  19. rise upward, as from pressure or moisture1
    • The floor is lifting slowly1
  20. raise in rank or condition1
    • The new law lifted many people from poverty1
  21. invigorate or heighten1
    • lift my spirits1
    • lift his ego1
  22. call to stop the hunt or to retire, as of hunting dogs1
  23. cancel officially1
    • lift an embargo1
  24. make audible1
    • He lifted a war whoop1
  25. take (root crops) out of the ground1
    • lift potatoes1
  26. fly people or goods to or from places not accessible by other means1
  27. raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help1
  28. take hold of something and move it to a different location1
    • lift the box onto the table1
  29. move upward1
    • The fog lifted1
  30. move upwards1
    • lift one's eyes1
  31. raise from a lower to a higher position1
  32. take illegally1
  33. take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property1
  34. pay off (a mortgage)1
  35. rise up1

Wiktionary Translations for lift:

  1. an upward force
  2. mechanical device for vertically transporting goods or people
  1. to raise
  1. rendre nul.
  2. Voler quelque chose
  3. Faire qu’une chose être plus haut qu’elle n’était.
  4. borner, limiter.
  5. Traductions à trier suivant le sens
  1. Appareil mécanique (1) et (2)
  2. aéronautique|fr physique|fr (term, mécanique des fluides) Composante de la force subie par un corps en mouvement dans un fluide qui s’exerce perpendiculairement à la direction du mouvement.
  1. Qui porter dans les airs.

Cross Translation:
lift ramasser; lever optillen — met spierkracht iets van de grond opheffen
lift portance liftkracht — opwaartse kracht
lift portance lift — de draagkracht van een vliegtuig
lift ascenseur lift — een verticaal transportsysteem voor goederen en mensen
lift élévateur hijs — hijswerktuig
lift élever; percevoir; lever heffen — (overgankelijk) op opwaartse richting doen bewegen
lift ascenseur; monte-charge AufzugTransportmittel zum Auf- und Abtransportieren
lift ascenseur Fahrstuhl — Anlage mit der Fähigkeit, durch eine Kabine Personen und Gegenstände vertikal nach oben oder unten zu befördern
lift auto-stop; stop; lift; covoiturage; pouce Lift — (umgangssprachlich) sonst besonders Namibia, Südafrika (KwaZulu-Natal): Gelegenheit / Möglichkeit zur Mitfahrt in einem privaten Fahrzeug (unter Kostenbeteiligung); Mitfahrt, Mitnahme in einem Fahrzeug; (von Anhaltern) das Sich-mitnehmen-Lassen
lift déridage; lifting; lissage; remodelage LiftMedizin, Chirurgie: aus kosmetischen Gründen durchgeführte Operation, die der Straffung alternder Haut (besonders im Gesicht) oder der Hebung des Busens dient
lift soulever erhebentransitiv: jemanden oder etwas (physisch oder gesellschaftlich) in die Höhe bringen
lift lever heben — auf größere Höhe bringen

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