What does traverser mean in french?
traverser = to cross (as in to cross the street)
Traverse means "to cross". It's origin is the French word "traverser" which means "to cross".
Traverser (verb) means to go through in French. Une traverse (feminine noun) is the crosswise piece of wood supporting the train tracks.
to cross is traverser in French. A crossing (like a pedestrian crossing) is un passage.
Jaywalking has no one-word equivalent in French. It would be translated 'traverser en dehors des clous' (outside the nails that used long ago to mark the pedestrian crossing) or 'traverser n'importe comment' (cross the street without minding the traffic) or traverser quand le bonhomme est rouge' (cross against the man-shaped signal). That's a very minor offense (5 â‚¬ fine) that the French police never enforce.
Traverser - band - was created in 2004.
The cast of Traverser le jardin - 1993 includes: Nelly Borgeaud Clovis Cornillac
There is no such word in French. If you mean "explorer", it is French for "to explore". If you mean the English noun "explorers", the French translation is "explorateurs".
It does not mean anything in French.
in French what does E O mean
dormi mean 'slept' in French.
"Prada" does not mean anything in French.
route mean road in french
winter mean hiver in french
car mean voiture in french
it could mean that nobody speaks French or alternatively that the visiting French are not welcome.
the same as in english BUT if you meant how to WRITE it in french (not mean) well in french its 'agneau'
'bo ' Doesn't mean anything in french.
what does French colonial heritage mean?
do you mean 'pont', which means 'bridge' in French?
"Rester" in french mean "stay".
It mean 27 in french
tale mean une histoire in French
Sinssa doesn't mean anything in French.
Tisha doesn't mean anything in French.
That brand name is spelled the same in French, but the name Nike doesn't mean anything in French. it's not French
If you mean "a book" in French it is "un livre" if you mean a "pound" in French it is "une livre"
If your last name is French, that could mean that at least one of your ancestors came from a French-speaking country.
That doesn't mean anything in French.
That is not a "real" name and it does not mean anything in French.
That sounds very French, but that doesn't mean anything.
Auntie does not mean anything in French but if the question should be "What is the French word for Auntie?" than the answer is "Tante"
"Has" is not French. If you mean How do you say "has" in French, it is "a". It's the third person in singular from the verb "avoir" Il a = He has; Elle a = She has.
The question has all words spelled correctly: "What does this mean in French?" If you meant to ask how to spell "What does this mean in French" in French, then it would be "Qu'est-ce que ça signifie en français?"
French is a describes something that comes from France. it is also used to mean what language french people, or people from France, speak: the language of French.
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supre mean nothing in french may be you, or user mean " super " super mean great ! good !
it doesn't mean anything in French as it's American
In French it doesn't mean anything, but in Breton it means - dead.
the name Madison doesn't mean anything in French.
do you mean d'accord? that means in accord; agreed. The origin is French
use mean "utiliser" " se servir de" .... in french
Bien means good in french "Bien to" isn't a French phrase, but if you mean bientôt, that means "soon"
ver mean worm vers mean toward both sound the same in french
it is not a French word!
That is not a French word.
It's not French
"if" is translated "si" in French
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it's not French