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Traductions de dit-on dans le dictionnaire français»anglais (Aller à anglais»français)

I.ce <c'[s] before e cet [sɛt] before vowel or mute h cette [sɛt] pl ces [se] > [sə] ADJ dem

II.ce <c'[s] before e cet [sɛt] before vowel or mute h cette [sɛt] pl ces [se] > [sə] PRON dém

Traductions de dit-on dans le dictionnaire anglais»français (Aller à français»anglais)

I.what [Brit wɒt, Am (h)wət, (h)wɑt] PRON

1. what (what exactly):

4. what (in clauses):

II.what [Brit wɒt, Am (h)wət, (h)wɑt] DET

VII.what [Brit wɒt, Am (h)wət, (h)wɑt] INTERJ

to give sb what for inf Brit
passer un savon à qn inf
what do you think I am inf!
what's it to you inf?

Voir aussi : about

I.about [əˈbaʊt] ADJ About is used after certain nouns, adjectives and verbs in English ( information about, a book about, curious about, worry about etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate entries ( information, book, curious, worry etc).
about often appears in British English as the second element of certain verb structures ( move about, rummage about, lie about etc.). For translations, consult the relevant verb entries ( move about, rummage about, lie about etc.).

1. word (verbal expression):

mot m

2. word (anything, something):

mot m

3. word U (information):

4. word (promise, affirmation):

I.for [Brit fɔː, fə, Am fɔr, fər] PRÉP

1. for (intended to belong to or be used by):

3. for (indicating purpose):

5. for (indicating cause or reason):

7. for (indicating person's attitude):

13. for (indicating duration):

19. for (indicating cost, value):

II.for [Brit fɔː, fə, Am fɔr, fər] CONJ form