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Forfeiture: confiscation, déchéance, perte. hither: ici. honour: honneur, honorer. humbly: humblement, de manière humble, de façon humble. lordship: seigneurie. pray: prier, prie, pries, prions, priez, prient. prays: prie. puts: met. sent: envoyas, envoyâtes, envoyâmes, envoyèrent, envoya, envoyai, envoyé, adressas, adressâtes, adressé, adressai. servant: serviteur, domestique, servante. speedy: prompt, rapide, prochain. steward: commissaire, économe, intendant, steward. till: caisse, à, jusqu'à ce que.
Entertainment: divertissement, amusement, distraction. entreats: implore, supplie. honourable: honorable. hunt: chasser, chassent, chassons, chassez, chasses, chasse, poursuivre. presented: présenté. provided: pourvûtes, pourvurent, pourvu, pourvus, pourvut, pourvûmes, munit, muni, munîmes, munirent, munis. reward: récompenser, récompense. scarce: insuffisant, rare. sent: envoyas, envoyâtes, envoyâmes, envoyèrent, envoya, envoyai, envoyé, adressas, adressâtes, adressé, adressai. silver: argent, argenté, argenter.
I prithee let's be provided to show them entertainment. FLAVIUS. ] I scarce know how. ] SECOND SERVANT. May it please vour honour, Lord Lucius, Out of his free love, hath presented to you Four milk-white horses, trapp'd in silver. TIMON. I shall accept them fairly; let the presents Be worthily entertain'd. ] How now! What news? THIRD SERVANT. Please you, my lord, that honourable gentleman, Lord Lucullus, entreats your company to-morrow to hunt with him, and has sent your honour two brace of greyhounds.