Translation of "se venir à bout" to English

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Dictionary translations for "se venir à bout"

se venir à bout verb
overcome [ˌəuvəˈkʌm] (surmonter) Listen

Contexts with "se venir à bout"

Il va lui falloir deux heures pour venir à bout de cette tâche. It will take him two hours to finish the work.
Il fut difficile de venir à bout de la tache de café. It was difficult to remove the coffee stain.
C'est vrai que le projet est une tâche difficile, mais M. Hara sera capable d'en venir à bout (de le mener à bien). It's true that the project is a difficult task, but Mr Hara will be able to bring it off.
J'étais à bout de souffle. I ran out of breath.
Je suis content que tu aies pu venir à la fête. I'm glad you could come to the party.
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