What is une in french?
'A or one'
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Answer . It depends on the sense of the word.. It could mean an essay, a written text with a set of characteristics. It could also mean a try, as in give it a try.
one or a (masculine) and 2 is deux, 3 is trois, 4 quatre, 5 cinq, 6 six, 7 sept, 8 huit, 9 neuf, 10 dix.
A bed (for the furniture and for the river). The Seine burst its banks in 1910 - La seine est sortie de son lit en 1910.. Proverb :. Comme on fait son lit, on se couche : as you make your bed, you must lie in it.. Idiom (in law). Un enfant d'un premier lit = A child of a first marriage
Une and un are just a couple different ways to say "the" or "a"....Un is the masculine for of the word, and "une" is the feminine form.
it is dependant on the gender of the word, look up the word in the dictionary and it should indicate whether it is feminine or masculine, un is for masculine, une is for feminine Il y a quelques regles qui peuvent aider un peu - par example, les mots se terminant en "eur" ou "tion" sont en g…enerale feminin. Mais pour la plupart des mots, il faut consulter une dictionnaire. Et il y a toujours les mots surprenants qui peuvent etre masculin OU feminin - par ex. LE livre = "book", LA livre = pound; LE sueur = aristocrat or lord; LA sueur = sweat (!!!) (MORE)
The word 'une' means a , an , one . It's the feminine form of the number 'un', which is the counting number 'one'. As an indefinite article, it's used with feminine gender adjectives and nouns. Its indefinite plural form is the partitive article 'des', which means 'some'.
the United Nations are called " l'ONU " or " l'Organisation des Nations Unies " or " les Nations Unies " in French
It is often thought of as ice cream but you said un glace, not une glace. it, literally translates to "an ice". Ice would be "la glace".
'Un' means the number one, but it is also the masculine form of a/an, as opposed to 'une' which is feminine.
A kind of pencil called Bic cristal in English, very famous in France, anybody used on in his life at least once, some are using them every day. Bic is the trademark of this pencil.
Un balai means a broom, but in French slang it can mean a year when talking about someone's age - il a quarante balais - he's forty (years old).
'Un' means 'One' in French. It is also used to say 'a' when talking about something that is masculine. The feminine version is 'une'.
" A " or " one " can be English equivalents of the French words un and une . Specifically, both words are singular indefinite articles which translate as "a, one". The word un represents the masculine form while une is the feminine. The pronunciation will be "eh" in the masculine and "yoon" …in the feminine in French. (MORE)
"Un" (m) or "une" (f) is the french indefinite article, meaning "a" or "an". It also means "one". "Un jour" means "a day" or "one day". "Une table" means "a table" or "one table". Contrast with: "le" (m), "la"(f) or "l'", the french definite article, "the". "Le jour" the day; "la table", the t…able; "l'orange' the orange. (MORE)
un for a masculine noun (un homme, un avion, un chat) une for feminine noun (une femme, une table, une chatte)
A [or one ] bedroom is an English equivalent of 'une chambre' . The feminine indefinite article 'une' means 'a, one'. The feminine noun 'chambre' means 'bedroom'. Together, they're pronounced 'oon shawm-bruh'.
If you mean "a book" in French it is "un livre" if you mean a "pound" in French it is "une livre"
'la une' means 'the page one' in French. If you're making 'la une', you're making the headlines in the news.
It means a tuque. In Canada, a tuque is what we call a wool hat.
" A car " or " One car " is an English equivalent of " une voiture ." The feminine singular indefinite article " une " means "a, one." The feminine noun " voiture " means "car." Its singular definite article " la " means "the." The pronunciation is "oon vwah-tyoor."
dans means in; un means one or a; jour means day (bonjour=goodday; not hello) so it mans in a day
Un collant (masc.) is a pantyhose in French. That was also used for a piece of adhesive tape.
" A melted (dish)" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase " une fondue ." Specifically, the feminine singular indefinite article " une " means "a, one." The feminine noun " fondue " is formed from the feminine singular form of the past participle of the verb " fondre " ("to melt").… The phrase refers to a popular French food that includes cheese and is eaten melted. The pronunciation is "oon fohn-dyoo." (MORE)
Un chemin means a path or a way. It is often used as "en chemin" meaning on the way.
une correspondance is the changing of lines in the subway when two lines are connected in the same station. It is also the name of letters, notes, and other written mails that you exchange with someone.
une correspondance (with an 'a') is: 1/ the changing of lines in the subway or train station when you are at a connecting station, or it is 2/ the collective noun for the mail, letters, written notes between two persons.
une poste (feminine) is a post office ; un poste (masculine noun)is a job or position in a company, administration, oradministrative quango; or it could be the place or spot where youare assigned to (ex: poste de combat = combat post) ; un poste depolice is a small police station.
Un poste is a French equivalent of the Italian word un posto . The masculine singular nouns overlaps in their translation into English as "job," "position," or "post." The respective pronunciations will be "eh puhst" in French and "oon PO-sto" in Italian.
un kir is an light alcoholic beverage made of white wine with some blackcurrant liquor.
You use une when the following noun is feminine, un when the following noun is masculine.
une and la are feminine articles in French. 'une' is translated by 'a': une voiture = a car (that could be any car); 'la' is a definite article, translated by 'the'. La voiture = the car (you know what exact car we are speaking of)
"A woodland" is an English equivalent of the French phrase un bois . The masculine singular phrase also translates into English as "a (wood-headed golf) club," "an antler," or "one woodwind" according to context. The pronunciation will be "eh bwa" in French.
"A ferret" is an English equivalent of the French phrase un furet . The masculine singular cardinal number/indefinite article and noun also translate into English as "one ferret" and "a (plumbing tool known as) snake" or "one snooper" according to context. The pronunciation will be "eh fyoo-rey" in… French. (MORE)
'Une rÃ¨gle' means 'a ruler' (the object for measuring) in French. When it is not a ruler, it may mean ... a rule.
Lune rose rhymes with the French phrase une chose . The respective pronunciations and translations of the feminine singular phrases will be "lyoon ruhz" ("pink moon") and "yoon shuhz" ("one thing") in French.
Sensuel is translated sensual in English. The famous line from a French movie 'moi, je suis un sensuel' translates as 'me, I am a sensual (person)'
The 'carte grise' ("grey card") is the vehicle registration certificate. It's a piece of paper proving that one is the owner of the car one is in. It must be shown when asked by policemen.
Une tartine is a slice of bread in French. This is often completed with what goes on it: une tartine de confiture (with jam), une tartine de chocolat, une tartine beurrÃ©e (with butter).
There really is not an opposite. What is the opposite of friend? Maybe 'enemy', but not really that, either. What is the opposite of 'une' or 'one'? That is like asking what the opposite of a piece of wood is . . . there is none.
Une stylo means 'handwriting pen' in French. Every object in French is either feminine or masculine. Une I think is masculine whilst Un is feminine.. Une Stylo means 'a ball-point pen'. Une is a feminine word for 'a'. You can also use Un which is a musculine word for 'a'. -Melo
"cashier" or "teller" is "caissier" (masc.) or caissiÃ¨re" (fem.) for the person. The cash register is the "caisse" (fem.) or the "caisse enregistreuse".
Une boite is a box in French; this is also the name for a can or tin of food.
If it were feminine it should be une ordinateur As it's un ordinateur , it's masculine
Une copine may be either a female buddy or a girlfriend. This is to be deduced from context.
"A (one) datebook" and "a (one) desk diary" are English equivalents of the French phrase un agenda . The pronunciation of the masculine singular phrase will be "eh-na-zheh-da" in French.
It is neither, it's actually "des gants" if you have any other trouble you could always check with "Google Translate" * but remember never to translate your whole project using it as your teachers will be able to tell!
'un' translates 'one' or 'a' in English. J'ai un chien : I have a dog; j'ai un chien et deux chats : I have one dog and two cats.
Une salade is a feminine noun in French. There is a hint in the article (une and la are feminine articles, un and le are masculine)
Un dessin animÃ© means a cartoon sitcom. You could use 'un dessin animÃ©' in a sentence like this - The simpsons, c'est un dessin animÃ© et c'est rigolo. Which means 'the simpsons is a cartoon sitcom and it is funny.'
Without seeing more of the sentence it's really hard to say. Rough guess would be d'une = of a But having more context would help