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 What does se mean in French?

Answer The word "se" in French is a pronoun used in a sentence. "Se" refers to oneself, himself, itself or herself depending on the noun and verb preceding. The pronoun is abbreviated as "s' " if it is pl... Read More »
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What does"ce"mean in French?

The French word "ce" is a demonstrative adjective that introduces masculine singular nouns that start with consonants, such as "ce stylo" for "this pen." When introducing words that start with "h" ... Read More »
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What does"roman"mean in French?

One meaning of the French word "roman" is the adjective "romantic," primarily for describing literary styles. Examples of use include "roman d'amour" or love story, "roman d'espionnage" or spy nove... Read More »
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What does the French word'touché'mean?

The word "touché" derives from the Latin word for touch. "Touché" is exclaimed in a fencing match when one competitor touches the other with his blade, which indicates he has scored. The phrase h... Read More »
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What does Emily mean in French?

Emily is a female version of the name Emile, both of which are French and mean industrious, eager or laborious, from the Latin name Aemilia. Variations include Amalia, Amelia, Ameline, Emelita, Emm... Read More »
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