d'un air morose translation | French-English dictionary

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d'un air morose adv.
morosely

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
v.
sing a tune
exp.
a rakish air
adv.
awkwardly
adv.
blissfully
adv.
stiffly
adv.
amusedly
exp.
casually
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morose

  

      adj  
   [personne]   sullen, morose
     (ÉCONOMIE)  
[marché]  
sluggish
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

morse, morosité, mors, mordoré

"d'un air morose": examples and translations in context
L'officier Stankévitch, que les hommes de son bataillon accueillaient, après l'insurrection, d'un air morose et méfiant, parla avec succès, dans une section de soldats, sur le thème brûlant de la discipline. Officer Stankevich, whom the soldiers of his battalion had received back sullenly and distrustfully after the revolution, made a successful speech in the soldiers' section on the delicate question of discipline.
Ne prends pas cet air morose. Come on, don't look so glum.
Il a l'air morose en ce moment, sois dynamique pour son moral. This guy is only is better to maintain the energy for top the whole time.
Tu as l'air morose. Je ne sais pas. [Clarence] I don't know.
"Mais pourquoi as-tu cet air morose ce soir?" "But what is with that hung-dog look on your face tonight, mister?"
Où est passé son air morose et morbide ? Where's the crabby scowl, the morbid gloom?
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