What does 'qui est le' mean in English?
"qui est la" ==> Who is the
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literally: save who could Idiomatic English 'run for your life! ' or 'every man for himself !'
"Is". It would depend on where you see the word. In French, "est" is either the cardinal direction east, or the verb Ãªtre (to be) conjugated to the third person singular. Examples: Je vais aller Ã l'est de MontrÃ©al; I am going to go east of MontrÃ©al. Le chat est un animal fÃ©…roce; A cat is a ferocious animal. Also, there are other possible languages, such as Latin where it can mean "he, she, or it is" or "there is". (MORE)
If you are asking for a translation, as far as I could figure out, that says "Here is the testimony of the living God, Who loves us so much."
The phrase 'qui est-ce' means Who is it ? In the word-by-word translation, the interrogative pronoun 'qui' means 'who'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. And the demonstrative pronoun 'ce' means 'this'.
The question 'Qui est-ce' means Who is it ? In the word-by-word translation, the interrogative pronoun 'qui' means 'who'. The verb 'est' is in the third person singular, and therefore means '[he/she/it] is'. The demonstrative pronoun 'ce' means 'this'.
The sentence 'Tout est bien qui finit bien' means All's well that ends well . In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'tout' means 'all, everybody, everyone, everything'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. The adverb 'bien' means 'fine, well'. The conjunction 'qui' means 'that'. And the verb …'finit' means '[he/she/it] ends, finishes'. (MORE)
Quel est le monde ? = What is the world ? . But if it is - Quel monde !!!! (what a crowd !!!!)
Pete Sampras avec 7 victoires. Avec 7 victoires, il y a aussi William Renshaw Ã la fin du 19ieme siÃ¨cle, mais Ã l'Ã©poque il n'y avait quasiment que des joueurs britanniques.
The phrase 'le garcon la-bas, qui est-ce' means the young man over there, who is he ? In the word-by-word translation, the definite article 'le' means 'the'. The noun 'garcon' means 'boy, fellow, guy, waiter, young man'. The adverb 'la' means 'there'. The adverb 'bas' means 'low'. The interrogative… pronoun 'qui' means 'who'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. And the demonstrative pronoun 'ce' means 'this'. (MORE)
As a relative pronoun, the word 'qui' means who , whom . As an interrogative pronoun, it means who , which , that . It also may take on the meaning of whoever .
C'est la baie de Baffin qui separe le Canada du Groenland. On dit aussi la mer de Baffin. Le nom de la baie, et de l'ile, honore le decouvreur William Baffin [1584? - 23.i.1622].
What is the English meaning of 'Quae te amat eandem tu amas Felix est qui ei placet quam amat Fide autem caret iste frater qui aliam amat aliam tenet'?
The English meaning of the Latin sentence 'Quae te amat eandem tu amas' is the following: Who loves you [loves] the same people that you love . The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'quae' means 'who'; 'te' and 'tu' mean 'you'; 'amat' means '[he/she/it] loves'; 'eandem' means 'the same'; and …'amas' means '[you] love'.. The English meaning of the Latin sentence 'Felix est qui ei placet quam amat' is the following: Happy is he who pleases whom he loves . The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'felix' means 'happy'; 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'; 'qui' means 'who'; 'ei' means 'to him'; 'placet' means '[it] is acceptable or agreeable to, pleases'; 'quam' means 'whom'; and 'amat' means '[he/she/it] loves'.. The English meaning of the Latin sentence 'Fide autem caret iste frater qui aliam amat aliam tenet' means the following: But that brother of yours who loves and holds someone different is without faith . The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'fide' means 'faith'; 'autem' means 'but, however'; 'caret' means '[he/she/it] is without'; 'abstains from, does without, or makes no use of'; 'iste' means 'that of yours'; 'frater' means 'brother'; 'qui' means 'who'; 'aliam' means 'other'; 'amat' means '[he/she/it] loves'; and 'tenet' means '[he/she/it] holds'. (MORE)
, it which/who is towards the high. Sorry. I know the words, but I don't really know the meaning when it is all put together. That's the best I can do: I'm only fourteen.
The phrase 'mais qui' means But who [m]. In the word-by-word translation, the conjuction 'mais' means 'but'. And the conjunction 'qui' means 'who, who[m]'.
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C'est un SecrÃ©taire GÃ©nÃ©rale qui dirige l'Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie. Il s'agit de Abdou Diouf est celui qui occupe cette fonction depuis 2002. En vertu de cette fonction, il est le plus haut responsible de l'organisation et conduit l'action politique de la Francophonie.… (MORE)
"qui est le plus riche des artistes africains" means "who is the richest of the African artists?"
Who is the president of England? (We don't have a president, we have a Queen)
Qui est en dehors de la maison? in French means "Who isoutside the house?" in English.
What does Ego vado video Deus velut vero est Ut ego relinquo totus in mei mens quis informis suus imago mean in English?
Nothing. The words are Latin, but they don't go together grammatically to express a coherent thought that could be translated.
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" What is? " or " Who is? " is an English equivalent of the Latin phrase Quis est? Specifically, the relative pronoun quis means "what, who". The verb est translates as "is". The pronunciation will be "kwees ehst" in classical Latin and "kwee-sehst" in liturgical Latin.
" Who is in your family? " is an English equivalent of the French phrase Qui est dans ta famille? Specifically, the indefinite pronoun qui is "who". The verb est means "is". The preposition dans means "in, within". The feminine possessive adjective ta means "(informal singular) your". Th…e feminine noun famille translates as "family". The pronunciation will be "kee ey daw tah fah-mee" in French. (MORE)
Quel est le bon dieu can mean : who is God (le Bon Dieu being a somewhat childish name for God), or it may mean: who is the good god (the right one among the lot of gods)
it means : yes, i know you are (i dont know what leseul is) think that is ok? xx
avoir vu : to have seen avoir vue (sur) : to have the view (on something) or to have a view on (to want something) un homme qui a vu ... a man who saw [something] un homme qui a vue (sur mon travail) ... a man who has views (on my job)
It means: "Who is the girl with pink hair on Naruto?" And the answer is: Sakura Haruno.
Which is the fiftieth state of the United State, Brazil or Hawaii? Answer: Hawaii became a state in 1959. Brazil is an independent country in South America.
you mean 'oui si c'est ce que vous voulez mon amour'???????? it means 'yes if its what you want my love'
Big Joe Turner was a blues shout singer who made the boogie-woogie music popular in America from the late 30's into the 1940's. Then he was also involved in early rock 'n roll with the big hit Shake Rattle & Roll. He was known for his exceptionally loud voice that didn't even require a microphone wh…en he sang at Carnegie Hall in New York City. He was born in 1911 and died in 1985. (MORE)
le ciel est couvert (the sky is cloudy, overcast) or le temps est pluvieux (the weather is rainy) are correct in French. 'le ciel est pluvieux' (the sky is rainy) is grammatically correct, but this is not something French people would say. "il pleut" means 'it's raining'.
c'est qui is the informal question you ask when someone knocks at the door: who's that? who is it? -
I'm pretty certain it says: The objective of the game is to place the cards on the four. But that doesn't make perfect sense to me, hopefully it does in the context you're looking at it!
Necatus est is the third-person singular perfect passive form of neco , and therefore translates to " He was killed ".
This is taken from the Mr Bean series on UK television: "Behold the man who is (a) bean".
What does the latin phrase 'mors est quies viatoris - finis est omnis labores' thanslate into English?
I think the phrase should end with "...omnis laboris," since "labores" does not make sense. It means "Death is rest for (or "of") the traveler- the end of all labor (which in Latin means both work and distress/hardship)."
"oui, je sais je voulais savoir ce qui est [not a French word]" means "yes, I wanted to know what is [...] "pourquoi tu [not a French word] le dis" means "Why are you saying / why you are saying that"
There is no word momme, so I am making an education guess you mean comme. Therefore: My god, there's no-one like you
qui est en voie de disparition = which is endangered C'est un oiseau qui est en voie de disparition. It's a bird which is endangered. The expression en voie de disparition in French literally translates to: on track to disappear.
The time has come for me to let you go ahead and cry Des (or 'des....' could mean 'for/over....' with (a) word(s) missing)
"Most" is the meaning of the English suffix "-est." The word "most" in fact replaces the suffix when the adjective in question has more than two syllables: "strong" versus "most valiant."
"Rest is magical" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Le repos est magique . The pronunciation of the masculine singular phrase in the present indicative -- which translates literally as "The rest is magical" -- will be "luh ruh-po ey ma-zheek" in French.
I think there's a mistake in the grammar. I will try guessing what the sentence is. 1st guess: Qui est-ce qu'elle est? ----> Who is she? 2nd guess: Qu'est-ce qu'elle est jolie! -----> How pretty she is ! 3rd guess: Qui ect-ce qui est jolie? -------> Who is pretty?
If you mean l'ouest then, translated from French to English, it means 'west'. Le nord means 'north', l'est means 'east', and le sud means 'south'. Hope this helps!
" Isthe " is an English equivalent of the incomplete Frenchphrase est le . Specifically, the present indicative verb est means"(he/it/one/she) is." The masculine singular definite article le translates as "the." The pronunciation will be "eh luh"in French.
"mon anniversaire est le dix-neuf octobre" means "my birthday is on the 19th of October" in English.
passez une bonne journee = have a nice day ce qui est pour le petit dejeuner = Who is for the breakfeast? --It makes no sense in French either
Michel Joseph Martelly (nÃ© le 12 fÃ©vrier 1961) est le prÃ©sident d'HaÃ¯ti. Son investiture prÃ©sidentielle a lieu le 14 mai 2011. Il vient d'une famille musicale et se spÃ©cialise surtout dans le kompa (musique haÃ¯tienne du dix-neuviÃ¨me siÃ¨cle).
"Who is a nice friend?" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Qui est un ami sympa? The pronunciation of the masculine singular phrase -- which includes the colloquial, conversational, informal diminutive for the feminine/masculine super-complimentary adjective sympathique ("enjoyable, f…riendly, good, kind, nice, pleasant, sympathetic") -- will be "kee eh-teh-na-mee seh-pa" or "kee eh eh-na-mee seh-pa" depending upon the speaker's birthplace. (MORE)
Il n'y a pas d'indicatif 0022, cet indicatif n'existe tout simplement pas. Si on vous envoie un mail avec +22 ou 0022, il s'agit d'une escroquerie. Pour tromper les gens, et Ã©viter qu'on sache oÃ¹ ils sont, les escrocs dÃ©calent le cinquiÃ¨me chiffre, qui correspond au pays en question. Pa…r exemple, on vous demande de contacter le 00 22 5XX XXX XXX. Il s'agit en rÃ©alitÃ© du numÃ©ro 00 225 XX XXX XXX. C'est un NÂ° venant de la CÃ´te d'Ivoire tout simplement..... Si vous voulez Ã©viter d'Ãªtre pigeon, ne rÃ©pondez jamais....... Ã ce type de NÂ° (MORE)