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French-English translation for: Ça va bien
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Ça gaze ? [Ça va bien ?] [fam.]How's it hanging? [How's it going?] [sl.]
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hist. Rollon {m} [aussi : Robert Ier le Riche] [850-ca 932]Rollon [850-ca 932] [Robert, 1st Duke of Normandy]
en {prep} [lieu  l'on va]to [place where one's going]
certes {adv} [bien sûr]certainly
rebondi {adj} [bien rond]well-rounded
fin. surestimation {f} [de bien, propriété]overvaluation
dr. céder qc. [bien]to make sth. over
cuis. goberger [fam.] [bien manger]to indulge oneself
ou bien ... ou bien ... {conj}either ... or ...
constr. bien foutu {adj} {past-p} [fam.] [bien fichu]well-built
cuis. occup. cordon bleu {m} [qui cuisine bien]expert cook
mal {m} [opposé au bien, problème]evil [also: problem]
revenir à qn. [bien, titre]to go to sb.
faire abandon de qc. [droit, bien]to relinquish sth.
faire valoir qc. [bien]to turn sth. to good account
être bien reposé [avoir bien dormi]to be well rested
dr. céder qc. à qn. [bien]to make sth. over to sb.
jouir de qc. [bien, concession]to enjoy the use of sth.
retirer qc. à qn. [droit, bien, objet]to take sth. away from sb.
prov. Qui aime bien châtie bien.Spare the rod and spoil the child.
dr. transmission {f} de qc. [fortune, bien, titre, héritage] qn.)transfer of sth. (to sb.)
Le fric rentre à foison. [fam.] [Les affaires marchent bien.]Business is thriving. [idiom]
Tout est bien qui finit bien. [loc.]All's well that ends well. [idiom]
voltiger [voler çà et là]to flit about
Pitié ! [fam.] [ça suffit]For pity's sake!
C'est à toi. [Ça t'appartient.]This is yours.
Le fric rentre à foison. [fam.] [Les affaires marchent bien.]The money's rolling in. [Business is thriving] [idiom]
Autant que tu saches que ... [Il est aussi bien que]You may as well know that ... [It's (probably) best that]
cuis. occup. cordon bleu {m} [qui cuisine bien]cordon bleu chef
cuis. occup. cordon-bleu {m} [qui cuisine bien]cordon bleu chef
chim. nitrate {m} de calcium [Ca(NO₃)₂]calcium nitrate
Plus ça change, plus ça reste la même chose. [1849] [Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr]The more it changes, the more it's the same thing. [often quoted in French]
hist. pol. Louis {m} XV [1710-1774] [aussi : Louis le Bien-Aimé]Louis XV [1710-1774] [also: Louis the Beloved] [ King of France 1715 until his death in 1774. His reign included the 7 Years' War when France ceded New France to Britain]
 
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