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passage
British English: /ˈpasɪdʒ/
American English: /ˈpæsɪdʒ/

Translation of passage in French:

noun

  • 3 (Music, Literature) selected passages
    (Literature)
    morceaux (mpl) choisis
  • 4 (movement) the passage of vehicles/ships
    le passage des véhicules/navires
    passage of arms the passage of time
    le passage du temps
    her beauty survived the passage of time
    sa beauté a survécu au temps
  • 5 (Law)
    also: right of passage
    to deny somebody passage
    refuser le droit de passage à quelqu'un
  • 6 (journey) to book/work one's passage
    réserver/travailler pour payer sa traversée
    the bill had a stormy passage through parliament
    [figurative]
    la discussion de ce projet de loi au parlement a été mouvementée

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