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French-English translation for: that!
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FrenchEnglish
PRON1  that [demonstrative pronoun] ... 
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PRON2  that [relative pronoun]
that
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SYNO   thereto | to it | to that
ça {pron}
11
that
ce {pron}
3
that
cela {pron}
3
that
que {conj}that
que {pron}that [relative pronoun]
si {adv} [tellement]that [so]
2 Words: Others
excepté que {conj}except that
sauf que {conj}except that
sinon que {conj}except that
étant donné que {conj}given that
compte tenu du fait que {conj}given that
sinon que {conj}only that
Dommage que ... [+subj.]Pity (that) ...
du moment que {conj}provided (that)
pourvu que {conj}provided that
à condition que {conj} [+subj.]provided that [on the condition that]
afin que {conj}so that
de sorte que {conj}so that [with the result that]
c'est-à-direthat is <id est, i.e.>
celui-là {pron}that one
si tôt {adv}that soon
Ça fait chier ! [fam.]That sucks! [Am.] [coll.]
Unverified Ça craint ! [fam.]That's bad!
Ça suffit ! [fam.]That's enough!
loc. C'est la vie !That's life!
C'est le pied ! [fam.]That's terrific! [coll.]
C'est quoi ? [fam.]What's that?
2 Words: Verbs
accepter que [+subj.]to accept that
conseiller que [+subj.]to advise that
accorder que [+subj.]to grant that
espérer queto hope that
soutenir que [+subj.]to maintain that [assert an opinion]
signaler à qn. que ...to notify sb. that ...
sembler que [+subj.]to seem that
gager que [supposer]to suppose that [to wager]
souhaiter que [+subj.]to wish that
vouloir que [+subj.]to wish that
3 Words: Others
à ce moment-là {adv}at that time
à l'époque {adv}at that time [during that era]
pour autant {adv}for all that
cela dithaving said that
Qu'en est-il de cela ?How about that?
j'espère que [+indic.]I hope that
dès lors {conj} [de ce fait]in that case
dans ce casin that case
à ce moment-là {adv} [dans ce cas]in that case
y {adv}in that place
On dirait que ...It seems that ...
Mettons que ... [+subj.]Let's say (that) ... [hypothetically]
de cet acabit [péj.]of that sort [pej.]
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