What is the meaning of the French word Ceinture?

What is the meaning of the French word Ceinture?

a belt
Definition of ceinture : a belt or sash for the waist.

What voir means?

to see
Voir means “to see” and it is one of the most common verbs in the French language. Students will want to take quite a bit of time studying this very useful verb because it has a variety of uses and meanings. It’s also important to understand how to conjugate it into the present, past, and future tenses.

What is a bon Dieu?

Bon Dieu ! : Good God!

What does Des baskets mean in English?

des baskets translation | French-English dictionary exp. stop bothering me ; leave me alone ; give me a break.

Do French people say Je Vois?

Both Je vois and Je comprends are commonly used in French.

Are voir French?

Voir (to see) – Verb Tables Voir is one of the most important French verbs – here’s how to conjugate it into every tense and mood.

What does putana mean in French?

Noun. putain f (plural puteiniaid) prostitute, harlot, whore.

What does Dieu Merci?

thank goodness an expression used to show that a person is glad that something is all right. Thank goodness it isn’t raining. (Translation of Dieu merci ! from the PASSWORD French-English Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

What have we done to the good Lord?

Qu’est-qu’on a fait au bon Dieux (literally What Did We Do to the Good Lord?), directed by Philippe de Chauveron, is a big, splashy ethnic-racial-religious comedy that both celebrates and pokes fun at the melting pot that is modern-day France.

What is des bottes in French?

[ feminine ] /bɔt/ (chaussure) chaussure qui couvre la jambe. boot. des bottes en caoutchouc rubber boots.

How do you use Les in French?

As French makes a distinction between “masculine and feminine objects”, people use le for masculine things/persons and la for feminine things/persons. However, in the plural, only les is used whatever the gender is….le, la, les (articles définis)

Anglais Français
the le (m)
la (f)
les (pl)

How do you use voir in a sentence in French?

Voir in the Past Perfect (le plus-que-parfait)

  1. Ma soeur m’a dit que tu l’avais vu – My sister said that you had seen her.
  2. Vous vouliez me dire ce que vous aviez vu – You wanted to tell me what you had seen.
  3. Je pensais qu’elle avait déjà vu ce film – I thought she had already seen this film.

How do you say Vois in French?


  1. IPA: /vwa/, /vwɑ/
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  3. Homophones: voie, voient, voies, voit, voix (general), voua, vouas, vouât (one pronunciation)

Do the French swear a lot?

The French, not unlike their English-speaking friends, use quite a lot of swear words. French swear words don’t denote only anger or frustration, but are used to express a whole range of expressions, from surprise to sadness, excitement or even pure joy.