Antony and Cleopatra (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare
By William Shakespeare
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To-morrow, Caesar, I shall be furnish'd to inform you rightly French beaten: battu, abattue, abattues, battue. berry: baie, œuf de poissons. brought: apportas, apportâtes, apportâmes, apportai, apporta, apportèrent, apporté, amenai, amené, amenâtes, amenas. cough: toux, tousser. daintily: de manière délicate, de façon délicate. eat: manger, mangez, mangent, mangeons, mange, manges, déjeuner. famine: famine. gilded: doré, dora, dorai, dorâmes, doras, dorâtes, dorèrent. horses: chevaux. idleness: oisiveté, désœuvrement.
Worthily spoken, Maecenas. ENOBARBUS. Or, if you borrow one another's love for the instant, you may, when you hear no more words of Pompey, return it again: you shall have time to wrangle in when you have nothing else to do. French aid: aide, aider, secourir, assister, secours, adjoint, assistance. arms: bras, arme. atone: expier, expie, expies, expient, expiez, expions. borrow: emprunter, prêter, empruntent, retenue. bound: bond, lié, limite, relié. denied: niai, nié, niâmes, nièrent, nia, niâtes, nias.
Cuckoo: coucou. entreated: supplié, supplièrent, suppliâtes, supplias, suppliâmes, suppliai, supplia, imploré, implorâtes, imploras, implorâmes. fear: peur, crainte, craindre, angoisse, redouter, appréhension, avoir peur. fortune: fortune, sort, destinée, destin. ingratitude: ingratitude. land: terre, atterrir, aborder, pays, contrée, terrain, s'abattre. larger: plus grand. noble: noble, élevé. offers: offrit. scourge: fléau, plaie, fouet. sea: mer, marin. sent: envoyas, envoyâtes, envoyâmes, envoyèrent, envoya, envoyai, envoyé, adressas, adressâtes, adressé, adressai.