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Pronunciation: / pʀɔnɔ̃se /

Translation of prononcer in English:

verbe transitif

verbe intransitif

  • (Droit)
    to make known a decision

also: se prononcer verbe pronominal

  • 1 (Phonétique)
    to be pronounced
    la lettre ne se prononce pas
    you don't pronounce the letter, the letter isn't pronounced
  • 2 (faire connaître un avis, une décision) See examples: se prononcer contre quelque chose
    to declare oneself against something, to come down against something
    se prononcer en faveur de or pour quelque chose
    to declare oneself in favour (british) of something, to come down in favour (british) of something
    se prononcer sur quelque chose
    to give one's opinion on something, to pronounce on something
    il ne s'est pas encore prononcé
    he hasn't yet given his opinion, he has yet to pronounce

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