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