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Traduzioni di all nel dizionario inglese»francese

1. all (everything):

3. all (everyone):

2. all (the whole of):

1. all (emphatic: completely):

2. all (in the highest degree) → all-consuming

it's all go inf here! Brit
it's all up with us inf Brit
all in Brit slang
crevé slang
all in Brit slang

Vedi anche: all-important, worst, thing, place, people, best, bad, all-embracing, all-consuming

I.worst [Brit wəːst, Am wərst] SOST

1. worst (most difficult, unpleasant):

le/la pire m/f

2. worst (expressing the most pessimistic outlook):

3. worst (most unbearable):

II.worst [Brit wəːst, Am wərst] AGG superlative of bad

III.worst [Brit wəːst, Am wərst] AVV

worst of all,…

I.thing [Brit θɪŋ, Am θɪŋ] SOST

1. thing (object):

truc m inf
à quoi sert ce truc? inf

2. thing (action, task, event):

3. thing (matter, fact):

the thing is, (that) …
ce qu'il y a, c'est que
ce qu'il y a de bien, c'est que

2. thing (situation, circumstances, matters):

to make a big thing (out) of it inf

I.place [Brit pleɪs, Am pleɪs] SOST

1. place (location, position):

2. place (town, hotel etc):

5. place (seat, space):

10. place (correct position):

I.people [Brit ˈpiːp(ə)l, Am ˈpipəl] SOST (nation) gens is masculine plural and never countable (you CANNOT say ‘trois gens’). When used with gens, some adjectives such as vieux, bon, mauvais, petit, vilain placed before gens take the feminine form: les vieilles gens.

II.people [Brit ˈpiːp(ə)l, Am ˈpipəl] SOST npl