What does Le Monde de mean in English?
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"Le monde" means "The world" in French.
"Tout le monde" means everyone
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'.
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' mea…ns '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 artic…le 'le' means 'the'. And the noun 'monde' means 'world'.
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".
The English meaning for 'Le monde tient a l'aise' is 'The world is at ease'
"good work, everybody" (touT le monde)
"Le monde" means "The world"
to go and see the world
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
It translates to "France won the World Cup."
Sandwiches and fries for everybody.
Le Monde de l'Ã©ducation ended in 2008.
Le Monde de l'Ã©ducation was created in 1974-12.
"de la Bastille" means "of the Bastille" in English. Bastille was the name of a fortress in eastern Paris (located on what is nowadays Bastille square) which was famous for be…ing a royal prison at the beginning of the French revolution. La prise de la Bastille (the storming of the fortress by a Parisian mob on July 14, 1789) marks the beginning of the historical period of the French revolution.