voilà translation | French-English dictionary

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voilà

  

      prép  
     (en désignant, singulier)    there is  ,   (pluriel)    there are
Tiens! Voilà Paul.      Look! There's Paul.  
Voilà ma sœur.      That's my sister.  
les voilà      here they are, there they are  
en voilà un      here's one, there's one  
Tu as perdu ton stylo? Tiens, en voilà un autre.      Have you lost your pen? Here's another one.  
voilà deux ans      two years ago  
voilà deux ans que      it's two years since  
     (autres locutions)    et voilà!      there we are!  
voilà tout      that's all  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

voilage, voile, voiler, vol

voilà adv.
here is ; well ; so ; that's it ; now
Parfois, "voilà" est utilisé uniquement comme articulation d'une phrase en français : "that's it" plutôt en fin de phrase, "now" plutôt en début de phrase.

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adv.
Here we are, so, after all, thus,
here we are est trop specifique, so, serait plus générique,
pron.
here he/it is
exp.
there they are
adv.
here he is,
adv.
here they are,
pron.
here they are!
adv.
and so,
adv.
well,
pron.
here you are:
exp.
that's all
adv.
that's all!
pron.
here you are!
pron.
here we are:
pron.
here you are:
adv.
but the problem is, ; and yet, ; and still, ; now however, ; but, ; but it's a fact, ; but here we are,
pron.
here I am
pron.
here we are
pron.
here you are
conj.
That is what
pron.
we
pron.
here he/it is at last
pron.
you
pron.
here I am at last
adv.
here comes the rain
pron.
here they are at last
pron.
here you are at last
pron.
here we are at last
adv.
here he/she is
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'voilà' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
exp.
voilà!
exp.
Voilà!
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