allons-y en el diccionario francés Oxford-Hachette

Traducciones de allons-y en el diccionario inglés»francés (Ir a francés»inglés)

heigh-ho [Brit ˈheɪhəʊ, Am ˈheɪˌhoʊ] INTERJ

I.bring on VERBO [Brit brɪŋ -, Am brɪŋ -] (bring on [sth], bring [sth] on)

II.bring on VERBO [Brit brɪŋ -, Am brɪŋ -] (bring on [sb], bring [sb] on)

I.together [Brit təˈɡɛðə, Am təˈɡɛðər] ADV Together in its main adverbial senses is almost always translated by ensemble.
together frequently occurs as the second element in certain verb combinations ( get together, pull together, put together, tie together etc.). For translations for these, see the appropriate verb entry ( get together, pull together, tie together etc.).
For examples and further uses, see the entry below.

1. together (as a pair or group):

II.together [Brit təˈɡɛðə, Am təˈɡɛðər] ADJ inf

IV.together [Brit təˈɡɛðə, Am təˈɡɛðər]

Véase también: tie together, pull together, get together

I.tie together VERBO [Brit tʌɪ -, Am taɪ -] (tie together)

II.tie together VERBO [Brit tʌɪ -, Am taɪ -] (tie [sth] together, tie together [sth])

II.pull together VERBO [Brit pʊl -, Am pʊl -] (pull [sth] together)

II.get together VERBO (get [sb/sth] together, get together [sb/sth])

I.whatever [Brit wɒtˈɛvə, Am (h)wətˈɛvər] PRON

4. whatever (what on earth):

II.whatever [Brit wɒtˈɛvə, Am (h)wətˈɛvər] DET

III.whatever [Brit wɒtˈɛvə, Am (h)wətˈɛvər] ADV (at all)

I.let1 <part prés letting, prét, part passé let> [Brit lɛt, Am lɛt] VERBO trans

1. let (when making suggestion):

+ subj let's say (that)…

2. let (when expressing defiance or a command):

let y = 25 MAT
soit y = 25

3. let (allow):

let them have it! lit
let them have it! fig, inf (shoot)

4. let (allow free movement or passage to):

I.walk [Brit wɔːk, Am wɔk] SUST à pied is often omitted with movement verbs if we already know that the person is on foot. If it is surprising or ambiguous, à pied should be included.

1. walk:

1. walk:

to walk it inf SPORT

1. walk:

1. go (move, travel):

aller (from de, to à, en)
who goes there? MILIT

2. go (on specific errand, activity):

18. go (extend in depth or scope):

III.go <pl goes> [Brit ɡəʊ, Am ɡoʊ] SUST