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French-English translation for: Mă bucur să te cunosc
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chim. minér. tellure {m} <Te>tellurium <Te>
géogr. Maroc {m}Morocco <.ma>
Ma foi !My word!
ma chériemy darling [to a woman]
de ma part {adv}on my behalf
moi, pour ma partI for one
ma poule {f} [très fam.]my dear [adressing a female]
Tu te trompes.You are mistaken.
..., s'il te plaît. [fam.]..., please.
juron Je te maudis !Damn you!
Il prit ma main dans la sienne.He took my hand in his.
F film Qui donc a vu ma belle ?Has Anybody Seen My Gal? [Douglas Sirk]
te {pron} [fam.]you [2nd person sing., object]
Ne te dérange pas.Don't bother!
Cela ne te regarde pas.That does not concern you.
Ma montre avance de deux minutes.My watch is two minutes fast.
Ma patience est à bout !I've run out of patience !
Tu te mens à toi-même.You're fooling yourself.
Te voilà tondu !You've had a fourpenny all-off! [sl.]
Je ne me sens pas à ma place ici.I feel out of place here.
Occupe-toi de ce qui te regarde !Mind your own business!
pour ma part [point de vue]for my part [as far as I'm concerned]
samedi {m}Saturday <Sat., Sa.>
faire sa valiseto pack
éduc. obtenir sa licenceto graduate
à sa guise {adv}as one pleases
faire sa toiletteto have a wash
loc. gagner sa vieto earn a living
prendre sa retraiteto retire [from work]
passer sa lune de mielto honeymoon
casser sa pipe [fam.]to bite the dust [coll.]
payer sa consommationto pay for one's drinks
perdre sa chemiseto lose one's shirt
Unverified traduire sa peurto betray one's fear
maîtrise {f} de la / sa colèreanger management
reprendre sa place [se rasseoir]to take one's seat again
creuser sa propre tombeto dig one's own grave
monter sa propre affaireto set up one's own business
loc. être bien dans sa peauto be at ease with oneself
puiser sa force dans qc.to draw one's strength from sth.
au gré de sa fantaisieas the fancy took him / her
se retourner dans sa tombeto be turning in one's grave
apposer sa signature en bas de qc.to sign at the bottom of sth.
ceindre sa tête d'un bandeau [littéraire]to put a band round one's head
être au ban de sa familleto be an outcast from one's family
pas à sa place {adj}out of place [person]
reconnaître qc. à sa descriptionto recognise sth. by its description [Br.]
y laisser sa chemise [fig.]to lose one's shirt [fig.] [coll.]
pour peu qu'il soit sorti sans sa cléif he should have come out without his key
 
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