cassant, cassante translation | French-English dictionary

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      adj   brittle     (fig)   brusque, abrupt  
Il m'a parlé d'un ton cassant.      He was abrupt with me.  
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He was abrupt with me.
, as far as she/it is concerned, ; , indeed, ; , in the case in point, ; , indeed,
"elle" qui rappelle un nom placé devant ; "la police, elle, n'était pas intervenue"
and therefore,
la, ti, do
one, two, three
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"cassant, cassante": examples and translations in context
Cassants et hargneux. " Snap " and " ish. "
- "'Oh non, cher monsieur. - "'Oh non, cher monsieur. - "'On se casserait la figure."' - "'On se casserait la figure."' "'Oh, no, kind sir. "'Oh, no, kind sir. "'We will snap our heads off. "' "'We will snap our heads off. "'
Lors de la tempête de 2004, 70 % des arbres tués par le vent ont été déracinés et 30 % ont été cassés. In the 2004 storm, 70% of wind-killed trees were uprooted and 30% were snapped.
C'est le bon jour pour casser la suspension d'échappement. Sure picked one heck of a day to snap an exhaust hanger.
Il casse les branches, il pousse les pierres. He's snapping branches, he's kicking rocks.
On ne doit déclarer que les formes d'amiante qui sont cassantes et s'effritent facilement. Only asbestos that is brittle and readily crumbled should be reported.
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