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malheureusement

  

      adv   unfortunately
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malheureusement adv.
unfortunately

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'malheureusement' found in translations in English-French dictionary
adv.
malheureusement
adv.
malheureusement
[Med.]
adv.
malheureusement
exp.
malheureusement, ...
exp.
malheureusement, ...
adv.
fâcheusement ; malheureusement,
adv.
Malheureusement, non.
exp.
oui, malheureusement
exp.
malheureusement pour qn
adv.
malheureusement ; avec regret
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"malheureusement": examples and translations in context
Les socialistes en Albanie jouent malheureusement toujours un jeu douteux. Unfortunately, the socialists in Albania are still playing a dubious role.
C'est malheureusement tout le temps que j'avais, mais il m'a fait plaisir... Unfortunately, this is all the time I have for today, but I was pleased to—
Le FoDeJ a présenté ses conclusions, qui sont malheureusement alarmantes : FoDeJ presented their findings, which unfortunately are quite disturbing:
Certains donateurs songent malheureusement à diminuer leur contribution. Some donors are, unfortunately, considering reducing their contributions.
M. le commissaire Monti n'a malheureusement pas accepté ces signatures. Unfortunately, those signatures were not received by Commissioner Monti.
Ce qui arrivera maintenant est évident. Les vieux, malheureusement, mourront. So what will happen now is quite straightforward. The old, sadly, we will die.
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