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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
I've been told
adv.
As far as we know,
prep.
according to
exp.
wherever you go
adv.
if required
adv.
If we can say so,
exp.
the air we breathe
exp.
to see oneself as one really is
exp.
exactly what we're looking for
adv.
you get out of it what you put in it
v.
turn against former loves
n.
question we might ask ourselves ; question that can be asked ; question we ask to ourselves
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'l'on' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adv.
si l'on peut dire
exp.
propriété où l'on habite
exp.
dire ce que l'on pense
exp.
imiter ce que l'on fait
exp.
avoir ce que l'on mérite
exp.
que l'on a fait circuler
exp.
montrer ce que l'on vaut
n.
moins que l'on puisse dire
exp.
avoir ce que l'on méritait
id.
dire qqch que l'on va regretter
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Collins

on

  

      pron  
     (indéterminé)    you, one soutenu     
on peut le faire ainsi      you can do it like this, one can do it like this, it can be done like this  
On peut visiter le château en été.      You can visit the castle in the summer.  
D'ici, on voit la côte française.      From here you can see the French coast.  
   (=quelqu'un)  
On m'a volé mon porte-monnaie.      Someone has stolen my purse., My purse has been stolen.  
On les a attaqués.      They were attacked.  
On vous demande au téléphone.      There's a phone call for you., You're wanted on the phone.  
On frappe à la porte.      Someone's at the door., There's someone at the door  
On m'a dit d'attendre.      I was told to wait.  
   (=nous)   we  
On va y aller demain.      We're going tomorrow.  
On va à la plage demain.      We're going to the beach tomorrow.  
On a pensé que ça te ferait plaisir.      We thought you'd be pleased.  
   (=les gens)   they  
on dit que ...      they say that ..., it is said that ...  
autrefois, on croyait que ...      people used to believe that ...  
     (autre locution)    on ne peut plus      [clair]  
Il a été on ne peut plus clair.      He was as clear as could be., He couldn't have been any clearer.  


on-dit  
      nm inv   rumour   (Grande-Bretagne)  , rumor   (USA)     
qu'en-dira-t-on  
      nm inv  
le qu'en-dira-t-on      gossip, what people say  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

ONF, ONU, ont, once


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