The French for the word 'sad' is triste
Triste is the French word for "sad".
sad is 'triste' in French. Sad is 'triste' in French.
Tu serai triste is French for you will be sad using the familiar form of the word you. If you were speaking to a formal acquaintance it would be Vous serez triste.
Translated from French to English, 'triste' means sad or melancholy
sad is spelled 'triste' in French
I am sad translated into french would be: Je suis triste
sad to say is 'triste Ã dire' in French.
The word "sad" is feminine and masculine when translated from English to French. The most common translation will be triste in the feminine and masculine singular and tristes in the feminine and masculine plural. The pronunciation will remain "treest" in both the singular and plural.
where did the word sad come from?
No. The word sad is an adjective.
The opposite of the word 'sad' is happy!
"Je suis très triste" is the french for "I'm very sad".
triste I think triste is sad in spanish
there is not a sad word that rhymes with feet
No, the word 'sad' is not a noun, the word sad is an adjective that describes a noun; a sad day, a sad story. The noun form for the adjective sad is sadness, an abstract noun.
triste means sad in French and Spanish. tryst (English) means to meet for the purpose of sexual intercourse.
No, the word 'sad' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form of the adjective 'sad' is sadness, a common noun.
SAD a, as, ad, ads, sad
she is sad - elle est triste
He apparently did NOT win the French and Indian war. Very sad, very sad.
English Word: sad Spanish Word: triste, afligido
Robbery is a sad word. It begins with the letter R.
sad is 'triste' in french, so sadness is 'tristesse' :)
No, the word 'sad' is an adjective (sad, sadder, saddest), a word used to describe a noun as unhappy or pathetically inadequate. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example: Jane was in a sad situation when she lost her job.
Sad is an English term. The Maori word meaning sad is pōuri.
A rhyming word pair for a sad clown is down clown
Massaggiatore is an Italian equivalent of the French word masseur. The masculine singular noun translates as "massager" in English. The pronunciation will be "mas-SAD-dja-TO-rey" in Italian and "ma-suhr" in French.
there are no better words than sad
Content for happy down for sad
No. The word "sad" has a short A sound.
triste = sad malestar = upset
The word sad originated in Middle English. This word was derived from the Latin language and first surfaced in the 13th century.
A better word than sad would be melancholy or gloomy. Morose, despondent, unhappy
The definition of the word triste is sad or wistful. It is an archaic word for sad and can also mean sorrowful or melancholy also. One could say that they were triste in the place of any sad feelings.
Happy and sad together is not a synonym. A synonym is a word that is similar to another word. For example: the synonym for sad could be upset. Happy could be joyful.
A teardrop falls when you're sad.
A good word meaning sad is melancholy.
Languages often have words that are very similar or exactly the same to each other, as if they have evolved from a root language eg. latin. French and Latin in particular tend to be similar, with the French word 'triste' and the Latin word 'tristus' meaning sad. Hope this helps :)
Another word for devastating is sad
What is the french word french of Jack ? the french word for Jack its Jacques .
Visiting the animal shelter makes me feel sad.
No. The word sad is an adjective. Sadness is a noun, for the state of being sad.
Another word for unhappy is sad.
i think it's a french word i was reading a french letter and this word is in their and i no its french.
The word "sad" originally means sated and weary, from the Indo-European root *sa- to satisfy, to fill with food.
No, bonchule isn't a word in french...but "bonchure" is a word in french
No, bikini is not a French word. Although it was used in French.