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A te lire. exp.
Looking forward to reading from you
formule de salutation pour indiquer qu'on attend une réponse écrite

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adv.
Hoping to hear from you soon,
adv.
If you are to be believed,
n.
question to ask you
v.
play with fire
exp.
I've got a favour to ask you.
vt.
1) read (vt), 2) be read (refl)
nf.
lira
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lire         

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      nf   (=ancienne monnaie)   lira
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
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lire          [2]  
      vt  
     [+inscription, lettre, article, roman]   to read  
Tu as lu "Madame Bovary"?      Have you read "Madame Bovary"?  
Où est-ce que tu as lu ça?      Where did you read that?  
lire qch à qn      to read sth to sb, to read sth out to sb  
     (TECHNIQUE, INFORMATIQUE)  
  [+disque]  
to read
      vi   to read  
apprendre à lire      to learn to read  
aimer lire      to like reading  

Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  

See also:

libre, litre, livre, Loire

"A te lire": examples and translations in context
J'ai préparé quelque chose à te lire pour notre première nuit. I prepared something to read to you on our first night.
C'est maintenant que je commence à te lire tes droits. This is when I start reading you your rights.
Non, j'arrive à te lire. No, I can decipher your scrawl.
Félicitations, Phillip, à te lire, il n'y a pas plus ennuyeux que Paris. Congratulations, Phillip, you've managed to make Paris boring.
J'étais le premier à te lire des BD. I'm the one who read you comic books.
Tu sais que j'ai toujours eu plus de mal à te lire que n'importe qui. You know I've always had more trouble reading you than anyone else.
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