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French-English translation for: a real pity
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C'est dommage !What a pity!
C'est vraiment dommage.It's a real shame.
pitié {f}pity
Dommage !Pity!
plaindre qn.to pity sb.
Dommage que ... [+subj.]Pity (that) ...
apitoyer qn.to move sb. to pity
réel {adj}real
véritable {adj}real
vrai {adj}real
immo. immobilier {m}real estate
avoir de la pitié pour qn.to feel pity for sb.
biens {m.pl} immobiliersreal estate
cuir {m} véritablereal leather
agence {f} immobilièrereal estate agency [Am.]
occup. agent {m} immobilierreal-estate agent
à l'enfilade {adv}in a row [one after the other]
à perte {adv}at a loss [losing money]
Unverified à ramageswith a leaf pattern
adhérer (à) qc. [être membre]to be a member of sth.
préluder à qc.to be a prelude to sth.
Unverified s'attaquer à qc. [tâche, lecture]to make a start on sth.
à la rigueur {adv}at a pinch [Br.]
à la rigueur {adv}in a pinch [Am.] [if absolutely necessary]
statuant à nouveauruling a new decision
tout à coup {adv}all of a sudden
tout à l'heure {adv}a short while ago
tout à l'heure {adv}in a little while
tout à l'heure {adv}in a moment
en vouloir à qn.to bear a grudge against sb.
en vouloir à qn.to hold a grudge against sb.
Unverified être conséquent à qc.to be a consequence of sth.
Unverified faire pendant à qc.to make a pair with sth.
mettre fin à qc.to bring sth. to a close
prendre plaisir à qc.to get a kick out of sth. [coll.]
tarder à arriverto be a long time coming
tarder à venirto be a long time coming
Unverified à un cheveu près {adv}by a whisker
loc. à vue de nez {adv} [fam.]at a rough guess [coll.]
il y a peu {adv}a short while ago
en faire baver à qn. [fam.]to give sb. a hard time [coll.]
envoyer une vanne à qn. [fam.]to have a dig at sb. [coll.]
loc. être à un carrefourto be at a crossroads
faire un bécot à qn.to give sb. a peck [short kiss]
faire une farce à qn.to play a (practical) joke on sb.
faire une piqûre à qn. [courant]to give sb. a shot [esp. Am.] [coll.] [injection]
jeter un regard à qn.to give sb. a look
jeter un sort à qn.to cast a spell on sb.
Unverified jouer des tours à qn.to play a practical joke on sb.
obtempérer à un ordreto follow a directive
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