I came about this beginning of a sentence :
Les Français ont retrouvé le travail depuis […]
When I wanted to check the meaning of retrouvé, I found many meanings. What does it mean in the context of the above sentence?
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In this kind of context it would be mean that the French are back from holidays and getting ready to go back to work. The same verb is used when talking about kids going back to school: "les enfants/écoliers ont retrouvé le chemin de l'école".