peiné, peinée translation | French-English dictionary

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peine, peiner, peigne, pêne

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adj.
sad
adj.
sad
exp.
, as far as she/it is concerned, ; , indeed, ; , in the case in point, ; , indeed,
"elle" qui rappelle un nom placé devant ; "la police, elle, n'était pas intervenue"
n.
punishment ; effort
adv.
and therefore,
exp.
la, ti, do
num.
one, two, three
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"peiné, peinée": examples and translations in context
Il est décevant de constater que plusieurs États membres peinent même à suivre les recommandations du Conseil. It is disappointing that numerous Member States hardly even follow the Council' s recommendations.
On le voit à peine quand on est sur les bateaux du canal. (Rires) That can actually hardly be seen from the canal tours. (Laughter)
C'est à peine si l'on peut s'empêcher d'esquisser un sourire à ce propos. One can hardly suppress a smile if one talks about Turkey in this context.
Infime et inconnue; à peine le savais-je. Tiny and unknown; I hardly knew it myself.
La position commune est à peine plus ambitieuse que le protocole de Göteborg. The common position is hardly more ambitious than the Gothenburg Protocol.
Une telle peine est totalement inacceptable et injustifiable. Such a sentence is completely unacceptable and unjustifiable.
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