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What is the French 'peut être' in English?

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[He/she/it] can be is an English equivalent of 'peut être'. The verb 'peut' means '[he/she/it] can or is able'. The infinitive 'être' means 'to be'. Together, they're pronounced 'puh-tehtr'.

peut-être means perhaps or maybe
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