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me 1

British English: /miː/
American English: /mi/
When used as a direct or indirect object pronoun me is translated by me (or m' before a vowel): she knows me = elle me connaît; he loves me = il m'aime. Note that the object pronoun normally comes before the verb in French and that in compound tenses like the present perfect and past perfect, the past participle of the verb agrees with the direct object pronoun: he's seen me (female speaker) = il m'a vue.In imperatives the translation for both the direct and the indirect object pronoun is moi and comes after the verb: kiss me! = embrasse-moi!; give it to me! = donne-le-moi! (note the hyphens).After prepositions and the verb to be the translation is moi: she did it for me = elle l'a fait pour moi; it's me = c'est moi.For particular expressions see below.

pronoun

  • (before vowel)
    m'
    it's for me
    c'est pour moi
    poor little me (informal)
    pauvre de moi
    what would you do if you were me?
    qu'est-ce que tu ferais à ma place?
    dear me (informal)!, deary me (informal)!

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me 2
British English: /miː/
American English: /mi/

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ME

noun

  • 2 (American English) abrév écrite = → Maine

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