dit translation | French-English dictionary

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dit

, e  
      pp  
     dire   
      adj  
   (=fixé)  
le jour dit      the appointed day  
→ Le jour dit, il fait monter les passagers et les installe        
→ Le jour dit à 9 h 30, personne ne s'est présenté malgré mes trois appels téléphoniques        
   (=surnommé)  
X, dit Pierrot      X, known as Pierrot  


lieu-dit        ( lieux-dits    pl  )
      nm   locality  
on-dit  
      nm inv   rumour   (Grande-Bretagne)  , rumor   (USA)  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
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dites, doit, DI, dites

dit adj.
said

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adv.
having said that,
exp.
that being said
adv.
strictly speaking
adj.
themselves ; per se ; in the strict sense ; strictly speaking
exp.
that said
exp.
that being said
exp.
nicely put
adv.
in other words
exp.
they say that
exp.
that says it all
exp.
so that's settled
adv.
on the appointed day
exp.
we are told
exp.
the appointed day
exp.
as they say
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'dit' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
exp.
bien dit!
[UK]
past part.
dit adieu
adv.
ceci dit,
v.
dit adieu
v.
dit bonjour
v.
dit du mal
past part.
dit du mal
past part.
en dit long
v.
en dit long
adv.
comme on dit
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