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share
British English: /ʃɛː/
American English: /ʃɛr/

Translation of share in French:

noun

  • 1 (of money, food, profits, blame) to have a share in
    être pour quelque chose dans, contribuer à
    (success, result)
    to have a share in doing
    contribuer à faire
    she's had more than her (fair) share of bad luck
    elle a eu plus que sa part de malchance
    to do one's share of something
    faire sa part de quelque chose
    you're not doing your share
    tu ne fais pas ta part de travail
    to pay one's (fair) share to take ou accept one's share of the responsibility
    accepter sa part de responsabilité
    a share of the market
    une part du marché
    to have a share in a company
    avoir une participation dans une société
    to own a half-share
    posséder la moitié
  • 2 (Finance) to have shares in an oil company/in oil/in Grunard
    avoir des actions d'une compagnie pétrolière/dans le pétrole/de Grunard
    before n (allocation, capital, certificate, flotation, issue, offer, portfolio, transfer)
    d'actions
    (price, value)
    des actions

transitive verb

  • (money, food, house, room, prize, responsibility, opinion, taxi, enthusiasm, news) with avec
    (two or more people)
    se partager
    (task, chore)
    (one person) (task, chore)
    we share a birthday
    nous avons notre anniversaire le même jour
    we share an interest in animals
    nous aimons tous les deux les animaux
    they share an interest in history
    ils s'intéressent tous les deux à l'histoire

intransitive verb

Idioms

share and share alike

il faut partager
halve

Phrasal verbs

share out

share [something] out, share out [something]
(people, group) (food, profits, presents)
(person, organization) (food, profits, supplies) among, between entre
we shared the money/the cakes out between us
nous nous sommes partagé l'argent/les gâteaux

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