What is 'compagnie de gestion' when translated from French to English?
Compagnie de gestion in French means "management company" in English.
Gestion in French is "management" in English.
si vous avez des animaux de compagnie
"Do you have a pet?" and "Do you all have one pet?" are English equivalents of the French phrase Avez-vous un animal de compagnie? Context makes clear whether one "you" (case 1) or two or more "you all" (example 2) suits for the literally translated "Do you have an (one) animal of companionship?" in English. The pronunciation will be "a-vey-voo eh-na-nee-mald kom-pa-nyee" in French.
Compagnie (fem.) means 'company' (as in "misery loves company") or 'business' in English. And in military terms, une compagnie is a sub-unit of a regiment.
Compagnie merveilleuse is a French equivalent of the English phrase "wonderful company." The feminine singular phrase also translates literally as "marvelous company" in terms of companionship. The pronunciation will be "ko-pa-nyee mer-vey-yuz" in French.
"Company of merchants" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Compagnie des marchands. Specifically, the feminine noun compagnie is "company". The word des means "of the". The masculine noun marchands translates as "merchants". The pronunciation will be "kohm-pah-nyee dey mahr-shaw" in French.
What is 'agent technique en bureautique et informatique de gestion' when translated from French to English?
"Technical officer in charge of office management equipment and information technology" is just one English equivalent of the French phrase agent technique en bureautique et informatique de gestion. The pronunciation of the job description-related phrase will be "a-zhaw tek-neek aw byoo-ro-kra-tee-key eh-for-ma-teek duh zheh-styo" in French.
pronounce it "compagnie" when you come across the abbreviated form "cie". In rare occurrences some people pronounce like the English word "see", but that is not understandable to most French.
Cie is a French abbreviation for the word Compagnie. Compagnie translates to Company in English. So basically the name of the company is Buffet Crampon & Co.
"director of ballet company" is "directeur d'une compagnie de danse [classique]" or "directeur d'une compagnie de ballet".
"Out" in English is dehors in French.
"Where?" in English is Où? in French.
"How?" in English is Comment? in French.
"(I) am" in English is (Je) suis in French.
Translated from English to french, mad (English) is folle in French.
"mother" is translated "la mÃ¨re" in French.
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French translations of the Bible have been translated from Greek and Hebrew into French. English translations have been translated from Greek and Hebrew into English
Patient in the masculine and patiente in the feminine are French equivalents of the English word "patient." The feminine and masculine singular adjective and noun may be used to refer to someone who is calm or persevering and to someone who is receiving medical treatment. The respective pronunciations will be "pa-syaw" in the masculine and "pa-syent" in the feminine in French.
Quoi? in French is "What?" in English.
"Can I ...?" in English is Puis-je ...? in French.
Comment? in French is "How?" in English.
Il in French is "he" in English.
'They' is an English equivalent of 'ils'. The word in French is a masculine pronoun in the plural form. It's pronounced 'eel'.
Avec in French with "with" in English.
Qui? in French is "Who?" in English.
Où? in French is "Where?" in English.
Faire in French is "to do" in English.
Ont in French is "(They) have" in English.
In French, English is translated as "anglais(for boys) & anglaise(for girls)".
I adore the life is J'adore la vie when translated from French to English.
"Bee" in English is abeille in French.
"Education" in English is éducation in French.
"Horse" in English is cheval in French.
"Hi!" in English is Salut! in French.
"How are you?" in English is Comment allez-vous? in French.
"Friendship" in English is amitié in French.
"Church" in English is église in French.
"Sexy" in English is sexy in French.
"France" in English is France in French.
"Fierce" in English is féroce in French.
"Brown" in English is marron in French.
"Honorable" in English is honorable in French.
"God" in English is Dieu in French.
"Foot" in English is pied in French.
"Retarded" in English is attardé in French.
"Today's" in English is d'aujourd'hui in French.
Avant in French is "before" in English.
Fêtes or soirées, parties and partis are French equivalents of the English word "parties." Context makes clear whether social gatherings (cases 1, 2), political organizations (example 3) or participants in legal disputes (instance 4) suits. The respective pronunciations will be "fet," "swa-rey" and "par-tee" in French.
"Terrible" in English is terrible in French.