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comment Gender of the noun form of “locale”?
@Relaxed In my case it's "locale" in the computing sense, describing a country and language. I think French ought to use the word in the same sense that English does in the computing context.
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comment Gender of the noun form of “locale”?
I don't care. I'm borrowing the new meaning back into French. :-)
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comment Gender of the noun form of “locale”?
Considering locale comes from French, surely it could be borrowed back into French as a noun. :-)
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comment A more compact and emphatic way of saying “please” in French?
Basically, I'd say there's no direct equivalent to the English, though this answer is the closest. I will probably just resort to saying "Pleeeeeeeease" and loaning the word from English. ;-)
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