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agréable

English translation of agréable

nice

The word 'agréable' in French translates to 'nice' in English. In French, it's used to describe someone, something, or a situation that brings pleasure or is enjoyable, similar to how 'nice' is used in English. Be mindful, though, in certain contexts it may be better translated with synonyms like pleasant, lovely, or delightful.


Example sentences using: agréable

J'ai passé une agréable soirée.

English translation of J'ai passé une agréable soirée.

I had a lovely evening.

This sentence describes an enjoyable evening by using 'agréable' as an adjective.

C'est une agréable surprise.

English translation of C'est une agréable surprise.

It's a pleasant surprise.

In this sentence, 'agréable' acts as an adjective, modifying the noun 'surprise', expressing a positive unexpected event.

Faire du shopping est un agréable passe-temps.

English translation of Faire du shopping est un agréable passe-temps.

Shopping is a pleasant pastime.

Here, 'agréable' is used to describe shopping as a pleasant way to spend time.

Il est agréable de te voir.

English translation of Il est agréable de te voir.

It's nice to see you.

Here, 'agréable' is used to express the pleasant feelings associated with seeing someone.

Il a trouvé le plat très agréable.

English translation of Il a trouvé le plat très agréable.

He found the dish very pleasant.

This sentence describes someone's judgement of a dish as being 'pleasant' using the adjective 'agréable'.

Je trouve ton attitude agréable.

English translation of Je trouve ton attitude agréable.

I find your attitude pleasant.

The speaker is expressing a positive opinion about someone's attitude using 'agréable' as the adjective. By using 'Je trouve' (I find), they're signifying personal opinion.

La température est agréable aujourd'hui.

English translation of La température est agréable aujourd'hui.

The temperature is pleasant today.

This sentence describes the temperature conditions of the day as 'pleasant' or 'nice' using the adjective 'agréable'.

Ta présence rend toujours mon jour agréable.

English translation of Ta présence rend toujours mon jour agréable.

Your presence always makes my day pleasant.

In this sentence, 'agréable' describes the kind of day the speaker has when the second person is present.

Lire un livre dans le jardin est une expérience agréable.

English translation of Lire un livre dans le jardin est une expérience agréable.

Reading a book in the garden is a pleasant experience.

This sentence describes the act of reading a book in a garden as a 'pleasant' or 'enjoyable' experience using the adjective 'agréable'.

Le lieu était très agréable.

English translation of Le lieu était très agréable.

The place was very nice.

This sentence uses 'agréable' as an adjective to describe the pleasantness or agreeability of a place. It's in past tense, indicating the speaker found the place to be nice when they visited.

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