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perfect tense

  

      n  
the perfect tense      ~le passé composé  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
the perfect tense exp.
le passé composé

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
futur antérieur
v.
perfectionner
adj.
parfait
v.
tendre (vt.) ; raidir (vi.)
adj.
tendu
n.
temps
exp.
le passé composé
n.
plus-que-parfait
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exp.
perfect tense
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"perfect tense": examples and translations in context
Okay, so I had, past tense, mind you, the perfect dress that I made to wear on my date with Eli tonight, and I... Ok, donc j'ai, passons, veux-tu, la robe parfaite que j'ai faite pour mon rendez-vous avec Eli ce soir, et j'ai...
Farmers should have access to new funding to increase their slaughter capacity. This is the perfect opportunity for our government to support our beef and pork industries, as well as other producers. Our economic action plan should [he is still using the conditional tense] include a flexible program for agriculture. Such a program should help farmers tackle the challenges of the market and exploit significant opportunities in each province and territory. Les agriculteurs devraient disposer d'un nouvel investissement pour accroître leurs capacités d'abattage. C'est l'occasion idéale pour notre gouvernement d'appuyer nos industries bovine et porcine ainsi que les autres productions. Notre plan d'action économique devrait [c'est toujours le conditionnel]...
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