What does the french word suite in tout de suite mean?
suivre is a verb meaning to follow
la suite is what is following
tout de suite means all at once, just following, as if you were doing something just after talking about it.
The phrase 'a tout de suite' contains an error. For there's no need to begin the phrase with 'a'. The correct phrase, 'tout de suite', means at once, straight away. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'tout' means 'all'. The preposition 'de' means 'from, of'. And the noun 'suite' means 'the rest'.
"tu es tout pour moi" is the word in french of you mean everything to me.
all The french word 'tout' means all or everything.
it means: everybody
By itself, it means all. It can be used in different contexts when combined with another word.
The meaning depends upon the part of speech. For example, the noun 'tout' means the whole. The adverb 'tout' means completely, very. The adjective 'tout' may mean any, every, whole.
The French phrase 'tout le temps' may mean all the time, the entire time, or the whole time. In the word-by-word translation, the adjective 'tout' means 'entire, whole'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. And the noun 'temps' means 'time'.
The word "you" is not French, so it is not clear what this is meant to mean.
ensuite (one word) means 'then' in French. en suite can mean several rooms in a hotel that are available as an apartment
"toph" is a slang word for "photo". "Suite des toph" would be "[here's the] rest of the pictures".
The word 'tous' is an adjective in French. It's the masculine plural form of the word 'tout'. Its meaning is all, every.
The phrase 'tout en quilt' means everything in [the proper manner and style of a] quilt, all quilted. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'tout' means 'all'. The preposition 'en' means 'in'. And the noun 'quilt' has the same meaning in French as in English.
The word passe par tout is French for master key. Its Latin equivalent might be...clavis universalis.
tout le monde
"pas du tout"
tout le monde
Yes, "everywhere" is an English equivalent of the French word partout. Specifically, the French word is an adverb. It is formed by combining the preposition par with the masculine adjective/pronoun/noun tout, to literally mean "by, through all." The pronunciation is "pahr-too."
"c'est tout un chargement de..." translates as "This is a complete cargo / load of ...". The last word "couilles" is a slang term translating as "boll*cks" in English.
The phrase 'tout prix' may mean all cost, or every price. In the word-by-word translation, the adjective 'tout' means 'entire, whole'. And the noun 'prix' means 'price'.
"pas toute la" = "not all the" (referring to feminine noun in French) Example: "pas toute la vie" (not for the whole life) "pas tout le" is the same for a masculine word. Example: "pas tout le temps" (not all the time) "toue" does not exist in French language.
Tout le plaisir est pour moi
Neither 'en suite' nor 'en-suite', meaning 'then', are correct in French. Use "ensuite" (a single, non-hyphenated word)
It depends Noun- tout mean whole adverb- completely, very adjective- any, every, whole an example of a sentence is " Je fais l'informatique tout les jours" this mean I do computing (I.T) every day.
The phrase 'Reponse a tout' means Respond to everything [or all questions]. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'reponse' means 'answer, response'. The preposition 'a' means 'to'. And the noun 'tout' means 'all'.
nothing = rien nothing at all = rien du tout
English : Bathing Suite French : Maillot De Bain
'Anything' in French is 'rien' not really.... Nothing is "rien" Anything mean "rien" only with negative exemple : she didn't say anything >> elle n'a rien dit Anything is "Quoi que ce soit" or "quelque chose" or "de tout" "tout" exemple : I can eat anything : je peux manger de tout if anything happens to him : si quoique ce soit lui arrive [or] si il lui arrive quelque chose anything is possible… Read More
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 article 'le' means 'the'. And the noun 'monde' means 'world'.
The sentence 'tout va bien' means Everything is going well. Or it may mean Everyone is doing well. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'tout' means 'all, everybody, everyone, everything'. The verb 'va' means '[he/she/it] goes'. And the adverb 'bien' means 'fine, well'.
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' means 'the'. And the noun 'monde' means 'world'.
"Completely for us!" and "Everything for us!" are English equivalents of the French phrase Tout pour nous! Specifically the word tout is "all, completely, entirely, wholely" as an adverb and "all, everything" as a masculine noun. The preposition pour means "for". The personal pronoun nous translates as "us" in this context. The pronunciation will be "too poor noo" in French.
"etc." is spelled the same in French. You can use the alterantive words "et la suite", but the most used word is still "etc."
The phrase 'a tout a l'heure, Gaston' means [see you] in a little while, Gaston. In the word-by-word translation, the preposition 'a' means 'to'. The noun 'tout' means 'all'. The definite article 'le'* means 'the'. And the noun 'heure' means 'time'. *The letter 'e' drops in front of a word that begins with a vowel or a non-aspirated 'h'.
if you mean the english word OR then it's ou if you mean the french word OR then it means gold
En Dieu Est Tout is actually French, usually translated to "In God, All Things" or word-for-word "In God Is All". It is the motto found on the Wentworth family coat of arms, their origins believed to be Continental pre-1066.
First of all, mango tout isn't a word. The word is mange tout. And Mange Tout is an album [the second] by British synthop duo Blancmange. It was released in May 1984.
it is not a French word
tout(e if female) est bien: everything is ok. je suis bien: I'm good
This is not a French word and means nothing in French.
"oumar" is not a french word.
hartford is not a french word.
There is no such word as "Vader" in French.
There is no such word as 'rozelle' in French.
there is no such word as 'peneuf' in French.
The sentence 'Tout le monde est la' means Everybody [or everyone] is there. In the word-by-word translation, the adjective 'tout' means 'every, whole'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. The noun 'monde' means 'world'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. And the adverb 'la' means 'there'.
The phrase 'tout ce que je veux' means All [or everything] that I want. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'tout' means 'all, everything'. The conjunction 'ce que' means 'what'. The personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. And the verb 'veux' means '[I] want, wish'. tout ce que je veux means 'all that I want' in English.
He is all too willing to tout himself.
Soleil is the French word for sun.
It's not a French word
wage isn't a French word.