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faites comme chez vous [to one person phrase

make yourself at home◼◼◼phrase

faites de la citronnade; à la guerre comme à la guerre phrase

when life gives you lemons, make lemonade(make the best out of difficult situations)
phrase

faites l’amour phrase

make love, not war◼◼◼(hippie anti-war slogan)
phrase

[formal] qu’est-ce que vous faites ? phrase

what are you doingphrase

[plural or formal] faites de beaux rêves phrase

sweet dreamsphrase

bienfaiteur nom {m}

benefactor [benefactors]◼◼◼(on who gives gifts or help)
noun
[UK: ˈbe.nɪ.fæk.tə(r)] [US: ˈbe.nə.ˌfæk.tər]
They look up to him as their benefactor. = Ils le respectent en tant que bienfaiteur.

faite nom {f}

defeat [defeats]◼◼◼(the act of being defeated, of losing)
noun
[UK: dɪ.ˈfiːt] [US: də.ˈfiːt]
He admitted defeat. = Il admit sa défaite.

defeat [defeats]◼◼◼noun
[UK: dɪ.ˈfiːt] [US: də.ˈfiːt]
He admitted defeat. = Il admit sa défaite.

loss [losses]◼◼◻(defeat, see also: defeat)
noun
[UK: lɒs] [US: ˈlɒs]
Life is simply too short to despair over a few losses. = La vie est assez courte pour ne pas désespérer de tes quelques défaites.

imparfaitement adverbe

imperfectly◼◼◼(in an imperfect manner)
adverb
[UK: ɪm.ˈpɜː.fɪkt.li] [US: ˌɪm.ˈpɝː.fɪkt.li]

la vie est ainsi faite phrase

such is life◼◼◼(used to express the acceptance of misfortune)
phrase
[UK: sʌtʃ ɪz laɪf] [US: ˈsətʃ ˈɪz ˈlaɪf]

les règles sont faites pour être transgressées phrase

rules are made to be broken◼◼◼(it is acceptable to break rules)
phrase

malfaiteur nom {m}

wrongdoer [wrongdoers]◼◼◼(someone who does wrong)
noun
[UK: ˈrɒŋ.duːə(r)] [US: ˈrɒŋ.ˈduːər]

malefactor [malefactors]◼◼◼(evildoer)
noun
[UK: ˈmæ.lɪ.fæk.tə(r)] [US: ˈmæ.lə.ˌfæk.tər]

evildoer [evildoers]◼◼◼(person who performs evil acts)
noun
[UK: ˈiː.vəl.ˌduːə(r)] [US: ˈiː.vəl.ˌduːər]
Evildoers always think the worst of others. = Les malfaiteurs pensent le pire des autres.

ostéogenèse imparfaite nom {f}

osteogenesis imperfecta◼◼◼(disease characterized by bones that easily fracture)
noun

parfaitement adverbe

perfectly◼◼◼(with perfection)
adverb
[UK: ˈpɜː.fɪkt.li] [US: ˈpɝː.fəkt.li]
It's perfectly equal! = C'est parfaitement égal !

eminently◼◼◻(to a great degree)
adverb
[UK: ˈe.mɪ.nənt.li] [US: ˈe.mə.nənt.li]

inside out◼◻◻(of knowledge: thoroughly)
adverb
[UK: ˈɪn.ˈsaɪ.daʊt] [US: ˈɪn.ˈsaɪ.daʊt]

que faites-vous ? phrase

what are you doing◼◼◼phrase

Rome ne s'est pas faite en un jour phrase

Rome wasn't built in a day◼◼◼(it takes a long time to create something complicated or impressive)
phrase
[UK: rəʊm ˈwɒznt bɪlt ɪn ə deɪ] [US: roʊm ˈwɑː.zənt ˈbɪlt ɪn ə ˈdeɪ]

satisfaite adjectif
{f}

happy [happier, happiest]◼◼◼(content (to do something); having no objection (to something))
adjective
[UK: ˈhæp.i] [US: ˈhæp.i]
If you're happy, I'm glad. = Si tu es satisfaite, je m'en réjouis.