C'est quoi des mycetes?
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High-end Haut de gamme (note spelling) means high-end, as in thehaut de gamme horologerie industry. And "bas de gamme" means "low-end," where "gamme" literally means"gamut" or "range."
Answer . In fungus, mycota (suffix) describes the phylum and mycete (suffix) describes the class.
The sentence 'Il n'y a pas de quoi' means You're welcome . In the word-by-word translation, the word 'il' means 'he, it'. The adverb 'ne...pas' means 'not'. The adverb 'y' means 'there'. The verb 'a' means '[he/she/it] has'. The preposition 'de' means 'from, of'. And the relative pronoun means 'wha…t'. *** It translates loosely to "It's nothing" and is often used as a way of saying "You're welcome." (MORE)
You are welcome (as an answer to Merci/thank you) Not at all, it's not important.
The phrase 'pas de quoi' is a way of saying welcome in French, as a response to being thanked. In the word-by-word translation, the adverb 'pas' means 'not'. The preposition 'de' means 'from, of'. And the pronoun 'quoi' means 'what'.. Literally 'not of what' it is a contraction of 'il n'y a pas d…e quoi'. Very idiomatic, it translates to 'nothing to it, not at all, don't mention it.' Almost always said in response to an apology. (MORE)
The sentence 'Penses que c'est le temps de s'endormir' means Do you think that it's time to go to sleep ? In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'penses' means '[you] are thinking, do think, think'. The conjuction 'que' means 'that'. The demonstrative pronoun 'ce' means 'this'. The verb 'est' …means '[he/she/it] is'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. The noun 'temps' means 'time, weather'. The preposition 'de' means 'from, of'. The verb 's'endormir' means 'to fall asleep, to go to sleep'.. The letter 'e' drops before a word that begins with a non-aspirated vowel. (MORE)
The phrase 'pas de quoi lol beaucoup' contains four French words, and one word from text messaging. Its meaning is [you're] very welcome, laugh out loud . In the word-by-word translation, the adverb 'pas' means 'not'. The preposition 'de' means 'from, of'. The relative pronun 'quoi' means 'what'. A…nd the adverb 'beaucoup' means 'a great deal'. (MORE)
C'est la mÃ©conÂnaisÂsance de ces Ã¢ges et, surÂtout, le non resÂpect des difÂfÃ©Ârences dans la maniÃ¨re d'Ãªtre et de penÂser qui apparÂtiennent Ã ces pÃ©riodes de la vie qui sont Ã la base des conflits de gÃ©nÃ©rations.
The word 'quoi' may serve as an interrogative pronoun that asks what ? Or it may function as a relative pronoun that means which . Or it even may be an exclamation that means what!
" Tell me about yourself! What do you do with your life ?" is an English equivalent of the French phrases " Parle-moi de toi! Tu fais quoi dans la vie ?" Specifically, the imperative " parle " means "(informal singular You) speak." The preposition " de " means "of, from, about." The personal pron…oun " moi " means "me." The personal pronoun " tu " means "you." The verb " fais " means "(informal singular You) are doing, do, do do." The interrogative pronoun " quoi " means "what." The preposition " dans " means "in." The feminine singular definite article " la " means "the." The feminine noun " vie " means "life." The pronunciation is "pahrl mwah duh twah tyoo feh kwah daw lah vee." (MORE)
La rÃ©volution industrielle est le passage d'une maniÃ¨re assez brutale d'une sociÃ©tÃ© Ã dominance agricole Ã une sociÃ©tÃ© industrielle. Elle dÃ©signe, en gÃ©nÃ©ral, l'industrialisation europÃ©enne au 19ieme.
Un parrain is a godfather. A person designed by parents to take care of child if he(she) becomes an orphan.. A parrain can also be the person who guides you and helps you to enter a circle. He is the sponsor, for example, to help you enter the masons.
It is "le synonyme" Synonyme is masculine. Synonymes de Courage Bravoure Cran vaillance (old fashioned)
"il n'y a pas de quoi" is the answer you make when somebody says you "thanks". This is the equivalent of the English expression "no problem" or "you're welcome"
The question 'Quoi de neuf aujourd'hui?' means What [is] new today ?, What [is] up today ? In the word-by-word translation, the pronoun 'quoi' means 'what'. The preposition 'de' means 'from, of'. The adjective 'neuf' means 'new'. And the adverb 'aujourd'hui' means 'today'.
The phrase 'audio quoi de neuf' means What [is] new [in terms of] audio [equipment, etc]. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'audio' means 'audio equipment, etc'. The pronoun 'quoi' means 'what'. The preposition 'de' means 'from, of'. And the adjective 'neuf' means 'new'.
The meaning of the observation 'Je nais, c'est quoi [alors]?' is I'm born, so what ? In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronuon 'je' means 'I'. The verb 'nais' means '[I] am born'. The demonstrative pronoun 'ce' means 'this'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. The pronoun 'quoi' me…ans 'what'.. The letter 'e' drops in front of a word that begins with a vowel or unaspirated 'h'. (MORE)
Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Fort McMurray, St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Grande Prairie, Airdrie
"l'Ã©galitÃ© des chances", c'est la situation dans laquelle deux candidats auront la mÃªme chance de rÃ©ussir. Aucun des deux ne sera favorisÃ© Ã cause de son appartenance ethnique ou sa religion, ou la mauvaise rÃ©putation de la citÃ© ou il vit par exemple. Le principe : pour que… l'Ã©galitÃ© des chances se rÃ©alise, il faut que tous puissent avoir une Ã©ducation de qualitÃ©. Dans les collÃ¨ges de "zone d'Ã©ducation prioritaire", on attribue plus de moyens pour essayer que les rÃ©sultats du collÃ¨ge "rattrapent" les bons rÃ©sultats des collÃ¨ges dans les zones favorisÃ©es (les "beaux quartiers"). Il y aura encore des bons Ã©lÃ¨ves et des moins bons, mais ils auront eu la chance de rÃ©ussir. (MORE)
Je ne sais pas beaucoup de bon noms en franÃ§ais.... Gracie, Micah, Adrienne, Adrienna, Mia, Mitaines, ????? . Je ne sais pas, mais bonne chance!
La surpopulation, c'est quand il ya trop de organizms qui vivent dans un espace. Il est aussi l'espace oÃ¹ la captivitÃ© d'une rÃ©gion est atteint Ã son maximum le niveau et trÃ¨s haut. . Pardonnez-moi - je suis anglais et mon franÃ§ais est mauvais.
"un recensement de la population" is the operation of counting the population for statistics purpose (a census).
"c'est dans le PÃ©rigord, Ã 8O km Ã l'est de Bordeaux" means "it is in the PÃ©rigord, 80 kilometres East of Bordeaux"
What is 'Pourquoi poser ce genre de question alors que c'est clair' when translated from French to English?
"Why ask this type of question when it (the answer) is obvious" is a literal English equivalent of the French phase Pourquoi poser ce genre de question alors que c'est clair? The pronunciation will be "poor-kwa po-zey suh zhaw duh keh-styo a-lor kuh sey kler" in French.
what is the definition of 'bouviers'? (un bouvier can mean a cow-herd or a dog bred and trained to shepherd cattle - ex le bouvier bernois)
"c'est de quelle couleur" means "what color is it ?" or "what color is this?"
C'est le premier jour de la plus de votre vie in French means "this is the first day of more of your life."
Le fait de tuer des animaux pour leur fourrure. The fact of killing animals for their fur.
Le suffixe de nÃ©gligence c'est - ence . Le suffixe se rÃ©fÃ¨re au rÃ©sultat d'une action ou bien au domaine d'action. La terminaison de nÃ©gligence vient du latin -e ntia .
When receiving a parcel: who sent it ? when receiving a phone call: who should I say is calling?
Les alcools contiennent du charbon, d'hydrogene et d'oxygene. Ethanol, (alcool buvable) est de formule C 2 H 5 OH.
au contraire: on the contrary le: the (masculine) c'est beaucoup de: that's many ... / that's much ... / that's a lot of c'est beaucoup de souci: that's much worrying c'est beaucoup de soucis: that's a lot of worries c'est beaucoup de travail: that's a lot of work
What does La Raison c'est la folie du plus fort La raison du moins fort c'est de la folie mean in English?
Roughly- Reason is folly ( or foolishness)- But the strength of Reason is less strong than the folly. You really can"t translate it beyond that. One is reminded of the remarks attributed to Abe Lincoln- you can fool all of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time- but not all …of the people, all of the time ( one adds some politicians come close like .999 percent!) My guess the phrase has some political argumentive point. (MORE)
Un tournesol [ Helianthus annuus ], c'est une grande plante dont la fleur est jaune, et qui est originaire du Canada, des Etats-Unis, et du Mexique du Nord.
Entry into Canadian Confederation Dates Provinces and Territories Entered Canadian Confederation Province/Territory Date Alberta September 1, 1905 British Columbia July 20, 1871 Manitoba July 15, 1870 New Brunswick July 1, 1867 Newfoundland March 31, 1949 Northwest Territories J…uly 15, 1870 Nova Scotia July 1, 1867 Nunavut April 1, 1999 Ontario July 1, 1867 Prince Edward Island July 1, 1873 Quebec July 1, 1867 Saskatchewan September 1, 1905 Yukon June 13, 1898 (MORE)
FranÃ§ais: "La laÃ¯citÃ©" est un systÃ¨me en France qui garantit lalibertÃ© de religion dans un faÃ§on trÃ¨s paradoxale. Essentiellement,c'est le plus extrÃªme maniÃ¨re de sÃ©parer l'Ãglise de l'Ãtat.Il estabsolument prohibitÃ© de faire affichage publique de la religion. …Lebut est d'Ã©liminer l'influence religieuse de la vie des citoyensfranÃ§ais. Cependant, il ya de nombreux points d'achoppement de cesystÃ¨me. La burqa est portÃ© par les femmes pratiquant la religionde l'Islam et les femmes qui la portent comme une portion de leurpatrimoine. Le port de la burqa, croix, Ã©toile de David, etc. esttout interdit. En outre, par la laÃ¯citÃ©, les musulmans ne sont pasautorisÃ©s Ã prier en public, ce qui leur pose un problÃ¨me parceque, selon les cinq piliers de l'islam, ils doivent prier cinq foispar jour. Ãtudiants juifs ne sont pas offerts alternatives koshersdans les dÃ©jeuners fournies par l'Ã©cole publique. English: "La laicite" is a system in France that guarantees freedomof religion in very paradoxical ways. Essentially it is the mostextreme execution of separation of church and state; absolutely nopublic displays of religion are involved. The goal is to removereligious influence from the lives of French citizens. However,there are many stumbling points to this system. The burka is wornby both women practicing the religion of Islam and females who wearit as a part of their cultural background. Wearing a burka, cross,star of David, etc. is all prohibited. Also, by laicite Muslims arenot permitted to pray in public, which presents a problem because,according to the five pillars of Islam, they must pray five times aday. Jewish students are not offered kosher alternatives in publicschool-provided lunches. (MORE)
Ã propos de quoi tu parles? in French means "What are youtalking about?" in English.
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what do you want to talk about - or depending of the tone of the voice: what are you talking about? -
"Il n'y a pas de quoi" means "you're welcome / don't mention it". As this is already someone replying to a 'thank you very much', it does not seem that you should reply again. If you are thinking that you should because the person did you a very great favour, you may reply in turn "mais si, je ne sa…is pas comment j'aurais fait sans votre aide" (I don't know how I would have done without your help) or any other formula that you like, as there is no traditional one. (MORE)
'Faire de l'athlÃ©tisme, ce n'est pas Cher' is grammatically correct - assuming you keep the ponctuation. Ce n'est pas Cher de faire de l'athlÃ©tisme or Faire de l'athlÃ©tisme ne coute pas Cher are other possibilities.
'Pas de quoi' is one of the standard answers to 'thank you' in French. It could be translated 'no big deal' or 'no problem'.
the road says you are calm you and what do you do in life? it's a wrong sentence by the way.
"Anything magificent?" and "What's magnificent?" are just two English equivalents of the French exclamatory phrase Quoi de magnifique? The pronunciation will be "kwah duh ma-nyee-feek" in French.
You pronounce it like "pah duh kwah". It's strange, but french doesn't really pronounce half its letters.
Sort of. It's a dialect word that means an area of waste or common land now used for farming.
"tu aimes quoi comme genre de musique" is informal / spoken French for 'what do you like as a style of music?'
" What is the family ?" is an English equivalent of the French phrase C'est quoi la famille ? Specifically, the masculine demonstrative pronoun ce * means "it, this." The verb est means "(he/she/it) is." The indefinite pronoun quoi means "what." The feminine singular definite article la m…eans "the." The feminine noun famille means "family." The pronunciation will be "say kwah lah fah-mee" in French. *The vowel e drops -- and is replaced by an apostrophe -- before a verb which begins with a vowel. (MORE)
"c'est tout un chargement de..." translates as "This is a complete cargo / load of ...". The last word "couilles" is a slang term translating as "boll*cks" in English.
C'est pas sorcier - 1993 Nos maisons de demain was released on: USA: 2 February 2013