French to English

Here, some contributors ask questions about translations of French words and phrases. Other contributors answer with the range of possible answers in English. Translation is not always direct, literal, or obvious from French into English!

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What does Le numero de telephone de johny depp mean?

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Le numéro de téléphone de Johnny Depp means: "Johnny Depp's phone number" in English.
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What is 'chez ami' when translated from French to English?

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Chez (un) ami in French means "at (a) friend's (house)" in English.
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What is 'Pas de question' when translated from French to English?

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Pas de question in French is "No question" if the speaker has nothing to ask and "No more questions?" if the phrase ends in a question mark in French.
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What is 'La marque ça fait mal' when translated from French to English?

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"la marque" is the mark, the make, or the trademark in French. "ça fait mal" translates as "it hurts". The sentence is more likely to be "La vache, ça fait mal !" (Damn, it hurts!)
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What is 'Je t'aime mon bel ange' when translated from French to English?

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"Je t'aime mon bel ange" is "I love you my beautiful angel".
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What is 'Bonne nuit et fais de beaux rêves' when translated from French to English?

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Bonne nuit et fais de beaux rêves in French means "Good night and sweet dreams" in English.
Asked in France in WW2, French to English

What is 'Il est temps pour toi d'en vivre une nouvelle' when translated from French to English?

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"il est temps pour toi d'en vivre une nouvelle" means "it is time for you to live a new one".
Asked in France in WW2, French to English

What is 'Je vous ai informé au sujet de ceci' when translated from French to English?

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Je vous ai informé au sujet de ceci in French means "I have informed you about this" in English.
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What is 'touché' when translated from French to English?

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Touché in French means "touched" in English.
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What is 'Qui veut peut' when translated from French to English?

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Translation: whoever wants [to do "x"] can The brackets refer to information that would implied by a larger context.
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What is 'Tu comptes grave pour moi' when translated from French to English?

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Tu comptes grave pour moi! in French means "You are really important to me!" in English.
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How do you use Force majeure in a sentence?

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Force majeure = Absolute necessity. You use the expression 'c'est un cas de force majeure' = it's a case of absolute necessity.
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What is 'Réveille' when translated from French to English?

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"(se) réveiller" is to wake up in French. "réveille-toi !" = "wake up!" - "je suis réveillé" = "I am awake" - "elle se réveille" = "she is waking up" - "elle m'a réveillé" = "she woke me up".
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What is 'Je suis comment' when translated from French to English?

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Je suis comment? in French means "How am I?" or "What do I look like?" in English.
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What is 'la femme boudoir' when translated from French to English?

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La femme (au) boudoir in French means "the woman (who stays a lot in her) bedroom" in English.
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What is 'Je t'aime plus qu'hier moins que demain' when translated from French to English?

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Je t'aime plus qu'hier, moins que demain in French means "I love you more than yesterday, less than tomorrow" in English.
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What is 'C'etait pour moi' when translated from French to English?

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C'était pour moi in French means "It was for me" in English.
Asked in France in WW2, French to English

What is 'Je t'aime aussi ma petite chèvre' when translated from French to English?

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Je t'aime aussi, ma petite chèvre! in French means "I love you too, my little goat!" in English.
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What is 'Bonne chance mon ami' when translated from French to English?

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Bonne chance, mon ami! in French means "Good luck, my friend!" in English.
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What is 'bonne vie' when translated from French to English?

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Bonne vie in French means "good life" in English.
Asked in France in WW2, French to English

What is 'Je suis encore à Paris demain' when translated from French to English?

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"Je suis encore à Paris demain" means "I am still in Paris tomorrow". The phrase "en Paris" in your question is a mistake. The preposition "en" is used mainly in front of feminine country names. In front of cities, you always use "à".
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What is 'numéro de salon' when translated from French to English?

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Numéro de salon in French means "salon number" (as in an exhibition event) or "lounge room number" (which would probably be meaningless in most contexts) in English.
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What does the French word 'bisous' mean?

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The word 'bisous' is French for kisses. It's a masculine gender noun. The form in the singular is 'bisou' ['kiss'].
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What is 'Ça va' when translated from French to English?

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Ça va? in French means "How are you doing?", "How are you?" in English.