cela ne me disait rien qui vaille translation English | French-English dictionary

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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, calé, célibat, CE

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
I don't like the look of it
adv.
I didn't have a good feeling about it
adv.
they didn't feel like it ; it didn't ring any bell to them
adv.
1) I do not feel like it, 2) it does not ring any bell to me
exp.
That doesn't appeal to me.
adv.
it is not my business
adv.
I didn't feel like it ; it didn't ring any bell to me
exp.
it should not last any longer, it should come to an end, it should stop
exp.
it's no use
adv.
they do not feel like it ; it does not ring any bell to them
exp.
it does not mean anything
exp.
never mind ; it does not matter so much ; whatever ; still ; if only this
When facing a impediment and still wanting to move on.
exp.
it's not done
adv.
it is not your business
exp.
I couldn't care less ; I don't mind either way ; it doesn't bother me either way
adv.
he/she didn't have a good feeling about it
adv.
they didn't feel like it ; it didn't ring any bell to them
exp.
This doesn't commit you to anything.
exp.
that will get you nowhere!
exp.
it only depends on you, it relies on you, it's up to you only
adv.
it depends only on you
adv.
if this is not inconvenient to you
adv.
if you don't mind
exp.
it could not come at a more appropriate time

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