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soar
British English: /sɔː/
American English: /sɔr/

Translation of soar in French:

intransitive verb

  • 1 (rise sharply)
    (popularity, price, temperature, costs)
    (hopes, spirits, morale)
    s'accroître considérablement
  • 2 (gen) (Finance) (rise) See examples: to soar beyond/above/through the index soared through 2,000
    l'indice a dépassé les 2 000
    to soar to
    (figures, shares, popularity)
    inflation has soared to a new level
    l'inflation a atteint un niveau record
    to soar from X to Y
    passer de X à Y
  • 5 [literary]
    (flames, sound)
    s'élever
    (tower, cliffs)
    se dresser

Phrasal verbs

soar up

(bird, plane)
(ball)

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