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Jul
19
revised Peut-on dire « Je passe par chez moi avant de vous rejoindre. » ?
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19
answered Peut-on dire « Je passe par chez moi avant de vous rejoindre. » ?
May
17
comment Est-ce que « suzerain » est une bonne traduction pour « overlord »?
@Evpok "archontes"... pas mal, okay, mais là euh... faut quand même insérer un lien vers fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/archonte dans la phrase de l'OP.
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Nov
11
revised Translation of ‘so’ as an adverb
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Nov
11
comment Translation of ‘so’ as an adverb
No problem, no crappy job perceived on my side. But I insist: I translate 'So.' by 'Soit." ;-)
Nov
11
comment Translation of ‘so’ as an adverb
@LeVieuxGildas Mmm... as I am french, and not a french teacher, I just say what's on my mind... on my tongue to be more precise. I personally often use 'Soit' as an empty word/sentence like a synonym of 'Bon, bref'.
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