accrocher

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From croc

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accrocher

  1. (transitive) To hook, to hook up (to attach with a hook)
    Accrocher quelquechose au mur - To hook something on the wall
  2. (transitive) To pick up, to become attached to.
    Accrocher de la poussière - To pick up dust
  3. (transitive) To pick up, to come to learn (e.g. a skill)
    Accrocher
  4. (transitive) To get, to get hold of, to obtain something.
    Accrocher une belle maison. - To get a pretty house
    Accrocher du boulot. - (familiar) To get a job
  5. (transitive) To hang up, to hang up the phone, to end a telephone conversation
  6. (reflexive) To get hooked, to get addicted
    S'accrocher à l'amour. - To get hooked on love.
  7. (reflexive) to cling onto, to hold on to
  8. (reflexive) to collide, to bump into one another
    Deux voitures se sont accrochées - Two cars collided.

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