George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) PDF

By George Bernard Shaw

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He has well marked and rather interesting features, and seems equally free from fear and conscience. He has a remarkably expressive French admits: admet. afraid: timide, peureux, effrayé. blackguard: canaille. brim: bord, lisière. clad: claddé, vêtu, chemisage, gaine, revêtu. conscience: conscience. costume: costume, complet, habit. covering: revêtement, couverture, couvrure, couvrant, housse, habillage, recouvrement, saillie. daughter: fille, la fille. dialect: dialecte. downstairs: dessous, en bas.

Feathers: plumage. featherweight: poids plume. grievance: grief, réclamation. heavens: cieux. innocent: innocent. intolerable: intolérable. lingo: patois, plomb. luck: chance, fortune, sort, destinée. nurse: infirmière, infirmier, soigner, nourrice, allaiter, veiller sur. orange: orange, orangé. ostrich: autruche. pathos: pathétique. picks: cueille, pique. recognizing: reconnaissant. resigned: démissionnas, démissionnâtes, démissionnai, démissionna, démissionnèrent, démissionnâmes, démissionné, résignas, résignâtes, résignai, résigné.

Intended: visèrent, visâtes, visas, visâmes, visai, visa, visé, destiné, projetas, projetâtes, projetâmes. jam: confiture, coincer, bloquer, brouillage, bourrage, blocage. napkin: serviette, serviette de table. natural: naturel. plate: plaque, assiette, plat, lame, plaquer, platine, planche, plateau, met. porridge: bouillie, porridge. repeat: répéter, répètes, répète, répètent, répétons, répétez, reprise, redire, redisent, redisons, redis. saucepan: casserole, marmite. slovenly: négligé. tablecloth: nappe.

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