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surge
British English: /səːdʒ/
American English: /sərdʒ/

Translation of surge in French:

noun

  • 2 (Finance, Politics) (increase) (in prices, unemployment, inflation, immigration)
    (in borrowing, demand, imports) in de

intransitive verb

  • 1 (rise)
    (water, waves)
    (blood, energy)
    [figurative] (emotion) in somebody en quelqu'un
    the crowd surged into the stadium/theatre
    la foule s'est engouffrée dans le stade/le théâtre
    the crowd surged (out) onto the streets/the square
    la foule a déferlé dans les rues/sur la place
    to surge forward
    (crowd)
    avancer en masse
    (car) (informal)

also: surging present participle adjective

  • (Finance)
    (market, rates, prices)
    en hausse

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