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passage

Pronunciation: /pasaʒ/

Translation of passage in English:

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  • 3attendre le passage du boulanger to wait for the baker's van to come je peux te prendre au passage I can pick you up on the way des hôtes de passage short-stay guests se servir au passage to help oneself [fig], to take a cut (of the profits) to pocket some of the profits
  • 4‘passage interdit, voie privée’ ‘no entry, private road’ pour céder le passage à l'ambulance in order to let the ambulance go past
  • 5chaque passage de votre chanson à la radio every time your song is played on the radio
  • 7passage (de qch) à qch transition (from sth) to sth

Compounds

passage à l'acte

passage à niveau

passage pour piétons

passage à tabac

passage à vide

  • bad patch; unproductive period

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