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French-English translation for: How
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Dictionary French English: How

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NOUN1   a how | hows
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NOUN2   a how-to | how-tos
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Comment ...? {adv}
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How ...?
comment {adv}
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how
que [emploi exclamatif : dans quel mesure]how [intensifier: how funny, etc.]
comme {adv} [emploi exclamatif : comme c'est gentil, etc.]how [intensifier: how nice, etc.]
2 Words
Comment ça (se fait) ?How come?
combien (de)how many
savoir-faire {m}know-how
3 Words
n'importe comment {adv}any old how [Br.] [coll.]
Qu'en est-il de cela ?How about that?
Ça va ? [fam.]How are you?
Comment ça va ?How are you?
combien (de) {adv}how much (of)
Comme c'est gentil !How nice !
n'importe comment {adv}no matter how
4 Words
Ça va ? [fam.]How are you doing?
Comment cela s'est-il passé ?How did it go? [What happened?]
Comment dit-on ... ?How do you say ... ?
Combien ça coûte ?How much is it?
Tu as quel âge ? [fam.]How old are you?
Ce que Pierre a changé ! [fam.]How Peter has changed!
savoir faire qc. [être capable de]to know how to do sth.
montrer à qn. comment faire qc.to show sb. how to do sth.
5+ Words
Comment t'y es-tu pris ?How did you do that?
Comment tu as fait ? [fam.]How did you manage (that)?
Combien de temps faudra-t-il pour ... ?How long will it take to ... ?
VocVoy. Quel est le tarif pour envoyer une lettre en France ?How much is a letter to France?
Ça fait combien en tout ?How much is that altogether?
J'ai beau essayer, je n'y arrive pas.No matter how hard I try, I don't succeed.
Il a beau dormir, il est toujours fatigué.No matter how much he sleeps, he is always tired.
Il a beau être fatigué, il ne manque jamais ses exercices.Regardless of how tired he is, he never misses doing his exercises.
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