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What does c'est mean in French?
C'est means it is.
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C'est means "it is" and "bon" means good.
It is a green bag.
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that's great / tremendous /awesome!
c'est si bon means 'that's so good' in English.
C'est quel jour? - What day is it?
The sentence 'L'homme c'est rien. L'oeuvre c'est tout' means [The individual] man is nothing. The overall work [or mankind] is everything. In the word-by-word translation, the… definite article 'le'* means 'the'. The noun 'homme' means 'man'. The demonstrative pronoun 'ce'* means 'this'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. The noun 'rien' means 'nothing'. The noun 'oeuvre' means '[overall or body of creative] work'. And the noun 'tout' means 'all, everything'. *The letter 'e' drops before a word that begins with a non-aspirated vowel. At the end of his Sherlock Holmes story, "the red-headed league" Sir Arthur Conan Doyle attributes this to Gustave Flaubert (writing to George Sand).
It mean's "that's death." It is similar to the phrase "c'est la vie" ("that's life"), but carries a considerably more negative connotation.
It is a French word which means " That's Life / This is Life". In french, when an article that finish by a vowel goes in a front of a noun starting with a vowel (o…r a pronoun in a front of a verb), they put an apostophe and cut a vowel... (maybe some exeption exist?) "C'est la vie", is Ça est la vie (that is the life, word by word) they put an aposthrophe to cut the letter "a" and link -remark the cedilla ¸ (alt+0184 and U+00B8) under the C (looks like a number 5 under a c letter some time) because, when letter c is in the front of letter a, letter o, or letter u, will be prononced like a letter k without (like in "Cut"), and with = the cedilla under the c, it is prononced s (like in "Century"), and it disappears, turning useless, because it became in the front of an e.
That's all !
It's the meaning of life.
"c'est de quelle couleur" means "what color is it ?" or "what color is this?"