What does Le Monde de mean in English?
the world of...
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The sentence 'Tout le monde est la' means Everybody [or everyone] is there . In the word-by-word translation, the adjective 'tout' means 'every, whole'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. The noun 'monde' means 'world'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. And the adverb 'la' means 'there'.… (MORE)
The word 'tout le monde' means The entire world . In the word-by-word translation, the adjective 'tout' means 'entire, whole'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. And the noun 'monde' means 'world'.
I'm not an expert... This is more of a statement and not question: "Laissez faire et laissez passer, le monde va de lui mme!," Roughly translates as: "Let do and let pass, the world goes with him madam!" The common interpretation, what I understand it to be is this: "Let it be and let it p…ass, the world goes to him!" As far I know, one does not need mme (Madame) in the statement, there is no woman! Sounds like it was taken from a movie subtitle perhaps? I could be wrong. (MORE)
The phrase 'tout le monde' means everybody, everyone . In the word-by-word translation, the adjective 'tout' means 'all, entire, whole'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. The noun 'monde' means 'world'.
Quel est le monde ? = What is the world ? . But if it is - Quel monde !!!! (what a crowd !!!!)
The phrase 'tout le monde' means The entire world , the whole world . In the word-by-word translation, the adjective 'tout' means 'all, every'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. And the noun 'monde' means 'world'.
The phrase 'a tout le monde' means to everybody . In the word-by-word translation, the preposition 'a' means 'to'. The adjective 'tout' means 'all, every'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. And the noun 'monde' means 'world'.
'Fleur de le' is French, and simply translates to 'Flower of...', or 'Flower of the...', depending on the context in which it is used.
"What the world would be without wild girls" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Ce que le monde serait sans les filles sauvages . The pronunciation of the dependent clause in the third person singular of the conditional will be "skuh luh mond srey saw ley fee so-vazh" in French.
Le pays de galles in English means 'the country of Wales' although for an English speaker, we would just say Wales.
Il y a 198 pays dans le monde. -- LOLyearite. Plus aime -- entre 205 et 207 pays dans le monde.
dans le nombre des haitien illegal parce-que dans le monde des haitien. le peuple des haitien souffre a d'une angine an haiti il y a beau-coup de musses.tout le monde connait le musee du Louvre, qui est la perle des musees francais.mias li ya aussi le musee dorsay. c'est un musee extraordinaire ou l…i ya une exposition. (MORE)
Avoir un jour agrÃ©able, tout le monde! in French is "Have anice day, everybody!" in English.
Perhaps you mean "toute le monde" ?. Literally translated it means: all the world. But it is used much the same as English speakers say "everybody". If perchance you do mean to refer to the whole world, then you would use the phrase: "le monde entier".
quel sont les grands titres dans 'le monde' aujourd'hui ? quelle est la une du monde aujourd'hui ?
The roast pigeons fly in your mouth is an English equivalent of ''De gebraden duiven vliegen je in de mond'.
"le fait de tomber amoureux de vous" reads 'the fact of falling in love with you' in French.
It's probably "les echo de menos" and it means "I miss you", where "you" is plural.
The English meaning for 'Le monde tient a l'aise' is 'The world is at ease'
a word, probably "film" (movie) is missing. Le film d'Almodovar vient de sortir : the last Almodovar (aka : Pedro almodovar) is just released
The full and correct expression is 'le monde est Ã la fete' which means the whole world is rejoicing
This is a translation of 'you mean the world to me'. A French speaker would not speak that way, he would say 'tu es tout pour moi'.
Le chien means the dog in French. Le is a word that is the French version of the for a masculine word.
(avant) d'aller au lit, bonsoir tout le monde = (before) going to bed, good night everybody.
It means "The day of glory". A line from the 'Marseillaise', the French national anthem, it refers to events during the French Revolution.
Sontons has no meaning, but les s a ntons are small hand-painted clay figurines used in French nativity scenes. These little figurines are people going to see the Holy Family and are sometimes bringing gifts or kneeling, etc. The sizes range from a centimeter to three inches. The smaller figures r…epresent people far away. (MORE)
Handball... It's a sport with two teams, seven players on each team. The object of the game is to pass a ball and throw it into the opposing teams net.
'le rÃ©gal' is the delight in Egnlish (like the shepherd's delight...). RÃ¨gla can be a conjugated form of 'rÃ©gler', meaning to do the settings of a device or machinery, or meaning to pay one's bill.
1 / Un feu (plural des feux) is a fire in French. Les feux de la Saint-Jean are bonfires. 2 / on the road, 'les feux de circulation' are the traffic lights; 3 / On your car, les feux are all the kinds of light ('les feux de croisement' are dipped headlights, 'les feux stop' are brakelights, etc.….) (MORE)
The farmers of the 44 ( the number for the western department of Loire-Atlantique ) proud to feed you / produce your food
"Do you know all the world's languages?" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Connaissez-vous toutes les langues du monde? The pronunciation of the interrogative phrase in the second person formal singular/informal plural -- which translates literally as "Do you know all the languages of …the world?" -- will be "kuh-neh-sey voo toot les lawng dyoo mond" in French. (MORE)
"Will the present world survive?" is one English equivalent of theFrench phrase Le monde actuel survivra-t-il? Thepronunciation of the masculine singular phrase in the third personsingular of the future indicative -- in which actuel alsotranslates as "contemporary, current, modern, today's" -- w…ill be"le mo-dak-twel syoor-vee-vra-teel" in French. (MORE)
they both are placed before plural nouns les means the (plural) and sometimes is omitted in english like: English people are tall : les anglais sont grands The last 3 days : les 3 derniers jours Les is used when ones talk about something precise or generally Dogs can bite: les chiens… peuvent mordre Des is used when one talk about something less precise or not talked about before Compare: J'ai mangÃ© des pommes de terre : I ate some potatoes J'ai mangÃ© les 3 pommes de terre qui restaient : I ate the last 3 potatoes. There are no one-to-one translation Most of the time des can be translated by some, but not always. Les can be translated by the or by nothing if the context is clear (in english) Hope this would help (MORE)
people need to stop cheating a find out for themselves PS. i know who it is but i am not telling
Quels sont les aventures typiques de Rejean? means "What are the typical adventures of Rejean?"
"Le Monde" is a newspaper, they are not in the business of selling jackets, they don't even seem to have a merchandise boutique on their web site (lemonde.fr). Maybe you mean something else, or you should provide more context. If you're talking about a movie or TV series, for instance. In any case,… it's the wrong category. (MORE)
"Tout le monde" means "Everybody". I assume you mean the computer password for the networking group "Everybody". This is beyond a French to English translation, ask the question under the appropriate category, but I doubt there is a standard password, it is as it was defined by the computer's admini…strator. (MORE)
Le dernier Almodovar vient de sortir : the last movie by Almodovar is just on screen now
"parce que tout le monde prenait le final jusqu'Ã le sonne" "because everybody took the final (exam?) until the bell [rang]" Note: The reason "rang" is in brackets is because it is something that does not exist in the French, but is necessary in English.
Carte du monde is a french saying that means world map.However if you translate it literally you get "world the map", this is because French grammar is different to English grammar.
The cast of Le monde de Juliette - 2011 includes: Martine Baudry as Night Watcher Laura Martineau as Juliette
The cast of Le monde de la lune - 1980 includes: Dieter Bundschuh as Ecclitico Federico Davia as Bonafede Margarita Zimmermann as Lisetta
The cast of Le petit monde de Marie-Plaisance - 1969 includes: Edmond Ardisson Mireille Audibert Marcel Charvey Sonia Chesneau Christine Delpin Alain Dorval Pierre Gatineau Guy Kerner Henri Marteau as Georges Cournebosc Paul Mercey Jacques Monod as Emilien Carmeaux Henri Vilbert Vania Vilers as Bert…rand Cournebosc (MORE)
The cast of Le monde de Yoyo - 2003 includes: Marianne Basler as Sophie sauzet Romain Kraeutlin as Yohann, dit Yoyo Anne Le Ny as Laurence Bellac Aladin Reibel as Jean-Pierre Sauzet
The cast of Le petit monde de Laura Cadieux - 2003 includes: Lise Dion as Laura Cadieux Steve Godin Danielle Oderra as Mme Figuier Monique Phillips as American Prison Guard, Ep.20, Season 3 Pierrette Robitaille as Mme Therrien Mireille Thibault as Mme Gladu Sonia Vachon as Alice Thibodeau
The cast of Le monde de Fred - 2014 includes: Vahina Giocante Marina Golovine Laurent Labasse Olivier Soler
The cast of Le prince de ce monde - 2008 includes: Michel Angely as Marcel Lio as Florence Serge Baudoux as Monsignore 3 Gaston Bertin as Monsignore 2 Antoine Brandenburger as Enfant de choeur 2 Alexandre Eloy as Ouvrier 3 Luc Gallet as Ouvrier Nenette Goffinon as Villageoise Robert Guilmard as Doct…eur Vital Laurent Lucas as Donato Damien Marchal as Un sataniste Gaspard Sicx as Alexandre de Bailleux Yves Staquet as Ouvrier 2 Nora Tsibidas as Eusapia Nicole Valberg as Madame Germaine Charlotte Vandriessche as Maryse (MORE)
The cast of Le Monde de Raoul - 2003 includes: Lionel Tavera as Raoul Isabelle Vitari as La voisine
The cast of Le monde de Marty - 2000 includes: Annick Alane as Suzanne Berrant Patrick Bouchitey as Le Professeur Zilberman Pascal Boudin as Infirmier 1 Olivier Brabant as Arnaud Christian Charmetant as Le Professeur Leguen Bernard Cheron as Paul Jonathan Demurger as Marty Jacques Dynam as Dancourt …Florence Hebbelynck as Myriam Fernand Kindt as Tprlam Sarah Lebrocq as Madame Ronaldo Myriam Moszko as Josiane Christophe Parsy as Infirmier 2 Philippe Peltier as Garcia Michel Serrault as Antoine Berrant Claude Talpaert as Ferret Albert Vantomme as Levideur (MORE)
The cast of Le monde de Charlotte - 2000 includes: Chantal Baril as Rachel St-Denis Sylvie Boucher as Elizabeth Benoit Catherine Brunet as Charlotte Ducharme Luc Chapdelaine as Tom Corinne Chevarier as Sophie Plante (2001-2004) Nathalie Coupal as Claire Michele Deslauriers as Rachel Boulanger Bianca… Gervais as Karine Ducharme Maude Gionet as Emmanuelle Benoit Guy Jodoin as Paul Draper Alyssa Labelle as Cassandre Rita Lafontaine as Reine Langevin Genevieve Langlois as Maryse Pier Paquette as Journaliste Marcel Sabourin as Alexandre Alain Zouvi as Laurent Leclerc (MORE)