What does it mean to polish up on keyboarding or french?
French "(tu) t'habilles" means "(you) dress up". "Tu t'habilles ?" could also mean "Are you dressing up?".
He was polish. His father was born in France, and his mother was born in Poland grow up in Poland, and gave his son Fryderyk Polish values, and Polish patriotism. Mikolaj Chopin (Chopin's father) was also a participant of Polish national uprising in XIX century. The composer Frédéric Chopin (roughly pronounced "sho-pan" in English) was actually Polish, but his father was French. For more information, see the Wikipedia article on Chopin: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fr%C3%A9d%C3%A9ric_Chopin
"Levez-vous" means "get up" or "stand up" in French.
je me lÃ¨ve is I get up in French.
'MET UP ' IN FRENCH IS ='RETROUVER'orit might mean 'meet with'.
It is french for '' get up! "
lève-toi means 'get up' in French.
En haut means 'up' or 'upstairs' in French.
Pl just means Polish. If you would like to look things up in Polish, you would go to the site. You would use it as you use the American version, if you lived in Poland.
"Up" has many alternatives in Polish. But the most general is: "Góra".
abandonner is 'to give up' in French. J'abandonne is 'I give up'.
Speaking Polish is not an easy feat. It is very hard for someone who does not have access to native Polish speakers to actually learn the language. Polish, like most languages, is constantly evolving, and if you studied Old Polish, it would not bear much resemblance to the Polish of today. I would advise picking up Rosetta Stone's Polish edition if you do not have access to a native Polish speaker. If you do, ask… Read More
zamknij się that is how you spell shut up in polish.
acksally i really dont know but charles made the copmuter
s'installer is to set up one's home, to settle in French.
This is a made-up word, used in the same way in the French version of the movie.
Lever= meaning the action to raise---you can use it to mean get up
search it up on google translate
They help mix up the polish.
swept up = balayé sweep up is the verb = balayer
Hurry up - pospiesz się. We also say 'szybko' or 'szybciej' to express this, usually as an exclamation. These two mean, respectively, 'quick' and 'quicker'.
Literally, co słychać is "what's to hear" in Polish. It is roughly equivalent to "What's up?" in English.
taisez-vous means "stop talking / shut up" in French.
basically nail polish is made up of chemicals, alcohol, and various pigments.
je me lÃ¨ve : I get up
qu'est-ce qui se passe?
German No Nicolaus Copernicus was enployed by the polish crown and grew up in Poland he is polish
"ramassez vos affaires !" means "take up your stuff" in French.
'Up' means 'en haut' and 'down' means 'en bas'.
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Try adding a drop of paint thinner to dried up nail polish.
Michelle Menard invented the nail polish in the 1920's.
i looked it up on translator and it says " lo ca "
lÃ -haut means 'up there' in French.
Tais-toi means 'shut up / be quiet' in French.
By furniture polish I assume you mean the waxy buildup from using pledge or endust furniture polish? Both of these can be removed by using denatured alcohol on a soft cloth. Lemon oil or orange oil as well can strip waxes off furniture finishes. However, if the furniture has a "French Polish" of shellac and linseed oil, alcohol, water or oils could damage that. Instead a clean slightly damp rag with a little saddle soap… Read More
the literal translation of English word 'up' in french is vers le haut; 'vers' (means 'towards') 'le' (mean 'the' ) and 'haut' (means 'top') , hence meaning 'towards the top'.
"Ã la page" means "up to date" in French. When speaking of a book, that means "on page (number)"
you know how air dries nail polish? well if you leave out the nail polish it self without the cap for too long then the nail polish would eventually dry up :)
yes if you mean kids as in 18 and up you physco maniac!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I put it away or I tidy it up or I put it on the shelf.
Well that's a fragment up there, it means "is doing with"
sting up straight,bothe feet on t he floor wrist fre low but not resting,eyes on the book and curve your fingers
ok, I will try and answer what I think you mean. Nail polish is made up of many ingredients, in times gone by, they were laden with chemicals and still to this day, there are some companies still using a lot of harmful chemicals. Many now like revlon, etc are now making their nail polish without 3 of the most harmful chemicals. The great thing now is, you can buy organic, natural nail polish which… Read More
yes because it makes it show up better.
parlez plus fort means 'speak up' in French.
Taisez-vous is French. It means "shut up" in English.
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The chemical compounds that make up the clear liquid kills your nail
Answer Pa is a French word translated to mean father. French children refer to their fathers as pa and papa, but not dad, as dad is English. Up pa sounds like Korean for father.