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focus

  
      n     ( focuses    pl  )
   (=centre)   [+interest]   centre    m     
→ The new system is the focus of controversy.        
→ Her children are the main focus of her life.        
to be the focus of attention      être le centre d'attention  
→ The UN's role in promoting peace is increasingly the focus of international attention        
   (=attention)   attention    f     
→ IBM has shifted its focus from mainframes to personal computers        
focus on sth      intérêt pour qch  
→ The focus on money and status tends to create rivalry.        
→ He said his sudden focus on foreign policy was not motivated by presidential politics ...        
     (PHOTOGRAPHY)   [+camera]   foyer    m     
→ Together these factors determine the depth of focus        
in focus      [camera, telescope]   au point  
out of focus      [camera, telescope]   pas au point  
to be out of focus      [image]   être flou  
The house is out of focus in this photo.      La maison est floue sur cette photo.  
to be in focus      [image]   être net (te)     
→ Pictures should be in focus, with realistic colours and well composed groups.        
    out-of-focus  
      vt  
     [+binoculars, telescope]   mettre au point  
→ Each man was focusing a large telescope.        
Try to focus the binoculars.      Essaye de mettre les jumelles au point.  
to focus binoculars on sth      braquer des jumelles sur qch  
→ He found the binoculars and focused them on the boat        
to focus a camera on sth      braquer un appareil photo sur qch  
→ Had she kept the camera focused on the river bank she might have captured a vital scene        
   I can't focus my eyes.      Je vois trouble., fixer son regard sur qch  
→ He tried to focus his eyes on the painting.        
     [+light rays]   faire converger  
→ Magnetic coils focus the electron beams into fine spots.        
to focus light on sth      diriger la lumière sur qch  
→ He took the glass and focused the sun on some dried wood.        
   (=concentrate)  
to focus attention on sb/sth      focaliser l'attention sur qn/qch  
→ The hunger strike will focus attention on the conditions at the camp.        
→ The teacher's role is to focus attention on important points        
→ As we cannot study all resources, I propose to focus attention on one        
to focus one's attention on sb/sth      se focaliser sur qn/qch  
→ Many of the papers focus their attention on the controversy surrounding statements made by the Foreign Secretary.        


focus on  
      vt fus  
     (with camera)    régler la mise au point sur  
→ Dad pulled out his camera and focused on the bull        
The cameraman focused on the bird.      Le caméraman a réglé la mise au point sur l'oiseau.  
   (=look at)   fixer son regard sur  
[eyes]  
accommoder sur  
→ His eyes slowly began to focus on the image.        
   (=concentrate on)   se concentrer sur  
→ He is currently focusing on assessment and development.        
→ The research effort has focused on tracing the effects of increased levels of pollution        
Let's focus on the plot of the play.      Concentrons-nous sur l'intrigue de la pièce.  
focus group  
      n   groupe    m   de discussion  
out-of-focus  
      adj  
[photograph]  
flou (e)     
soft focus  
      n   flou    m   artistique, flou    m     
in soft focus      un peu flouté (e)  , légèrement flou (e)     
→ In the background, in soft focus, we see his smiling wife.        
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Dictionnaire Collaboratif     Anglais-Français
n.
foyer ; centre
[Bus.]
v.
concentrer (vt.) ; se concentrer (vr.)
[Bus.]
vr.
se concentrer
vr.
se concentrer
exp.
au point
n.
groupe de discussion
n.
panel
[Bus.]
n.
flou artistique
adj.
de courte focale
[Med.]
n.
foyer ectopique
[Med.]
n.
foyer ectopique
[Med.]
n.
verrou autofocus
[Comp.]
v.
focaliser les rayons lumineux
[Med.]
n.
panel consommateurs
[Bus.]
exp.
légèrement flou
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'focus' également trouvé dans les traductions du dictionnaire Français-Anglais
n.
focus
v.
focus
exp.
to focus on
exp.
to focus
n.
focus emphasis
[Comp.]
n.
auto focus
[Comp.]
n.
input focus
[Comp.]
n.
client focus
[Bus.]
n.
client focus
[Bus.]
exp.
to focus attention

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