English-French Dictionary by Ali Zayerzadeh

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Grant, instead of contriving to gratify him at little expense, gave her cook as high wages as they did at Mansfield Park, and was scarcely ever seen in her offices. Mrs. Norris could not speak with any temper of such grievances, nor of the quantity of butter and eggs that were regularly consumed in the house. "Nobody loved plenty and hospitality more than herself; nobody more hated pitiful doings; the Parsonage, she believed, had never been wanting in comforts of any sort, had never borne a bad character in her time, but this was a way of going on that she could not French adopt: adopter, adopte, adoptes, adoptent, adoptons, adoptez.

Remember that, my dear brother. " "Yes, and I like her the better for it. An engaged woman is always more agreeable than a disengaged. She is satisfied with herself. Her cares are over, and she feels that she may exert all her powers of pleasing without suspicion. " "Why, as to that, Mr. " French carriage: wagon, chariot, voiture, affût. confused: confondu, confondis, confondit, confondîmes, confondîtes, confondirent, confus. danger: danger, péril. die: mourir, mourons, meurent, meurs, mourez, décéder, décède, décédons, décédez, décèdent, décèdes.

Buildings: bâtiments. certainty: certitude, assurance. comfort: confort, consoler, consolation, réconfort, réconforter. dear: cher, coûteux. encumbrance: encombrement, servitude. forgotten: oublié. heaven: ciel, paradis. helpless: abandonné, impuissant, délaissé, faible. intended: visèrent, visâtes, visas, visâmes, visai, visa, visé, destiné, projetas, projetâtes, projetâmes. misled: égaras, égarâtes, égaré, égarai, égara, égarèrent, égarâmes. parish: paroisse. precautions: précautions. propose: proposer, proposes, propose, proposons, proposez, proposent.

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