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cela

  

      pron  
     (sujet)    it  
Quand cela s'est-il passé?      when did it happen?  
Cela m'étonne.      It surprises me., I'm surprised.  
Cela m'étonne qu'il en parle.      I'm surprised he's talking about it.  
cela dit      that said  
     (objet)    that  
Je n'aime pas cela.      I don't like that.  
c'est cela      that's right  
à part cela      apart from that  
     (autres locutions)    quand cela?      when?  
où cela?      where?  
comment cela?      how?  
et avec cela?      anything else?  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

CEA, cale, célibat, ce

cela pron.
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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
in that respect,
en cela, elle avait raison ...
exp.
where?
conj.
or
exp.
that being said
adv.
having said that,
adv.
once that is done,
adv.
before that, prior to this, before this, previously
adv.
things being what they are,
exp.
when?
adv.
How so?
pron.
and this
exp.
it fits me
exp.
it happens
exp.
1. it stems from , it relates to, 2. it is linked to, it is the consequence of
cela tient à un fil, cela ne tient qu'à un fil : it's in an unstable position
exp.
it smells good
exp.
this is enough for him
exp.
it concerns me
exp.
I find it disgusting
exp.
it's my business
exp.
that's quite possible
exp.
I'd be surprised
exp.
that's right
adv.
beyond that
exp.
apart from that
exp.
that alone
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