słownik francusko - angielski

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cassé po angielsku:

1. brokenly brokenly

Angielskie słowo "cassé" (brokenly) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "In And Out" (Edgar Franklin)
Fiches du livre - "The Outrage" (Annie Vivanti)
Fiches du livre - "The Helpers" (Francis Lynde)
Fiches du livre - ""I Conquered"" (Harold Titus)
Fiches du livre - "Ben Pepper" (Margaret Sidney)

2. broke broke

I'm broke.
He broke down completely on hearing of his daughter's death.
I accidentally kicked a large rock and broke my toe.
I'd like to go with you, but I'm broke.
My car, which broke down yesterday, has not been repaired yet.
My friend broke up with his girlfriend and now he wants to go out with me.
Tom broke his right leg and was taken to hospital a few weeks before Christmas.
I had had my watch repaired, but it broke again.
I just lost at the races so I'm flat broke.
We talked and talked until the day broke.
As is often the case with her, she broke her promise.
An awning broke his fall and saved his life.
Tom has been avoiding me like the plague ever since he broke my glasses.
When I was in London last year, someone broke into my room and stole my wallet.
He fell down from the roof, and what made the matter worse, broke his leg.

Angielskie słowo "cassé" (broke) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "'Me and Nobbles'" (Amy Le Feuvre)
Fiches du livre - "The Twin Hells" (John N. Reynolds)
Fiches du livre - "The Ice Queen" (Ernest Ingersoll)
Fiches du livre - "The Other Fellow" (F. Hopkinson...
Fiches du livre - "The Lure of the Camera" (Charle...