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appel

English translation of appel

call

The French word 'appel' translates to 'call' in English. This can refer to a telephone call, a call for help, or the act of calling someone. It is used similarly in sentences as in English, and can also change slightly in pronunciation depending on the context or region in France.


Example sentences using: appel

J'ai reçu un appel de votre part hier.

English translation of J'ai reçu un appel de votre part hier.

I received a call from you yesterday.

This phrase is an example of the past tense in French, specifically the passé composé. The verb 'recevoir' is conjugated with the auxiliary 'avoir' and the past participle 'reçu'. It is a common way of expressing that a person received a call.

L'appel à l'action a été remarqué.

English translation of L'appel à l'action a été remarqué.

This sentence uses the term 'appel' in the context of an appeal or call to action - a clear, direct request for the reader or listener to do something.

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C'est un appel à l'aide.

English translation of C'est un appel à l'aide.

It's a cry for help.

This sentence refers to the expression 'cry for help' (appel à l'aide), used when someone is in a dire situation and desperately needs assistance.

Il a manqué mon appel.

English translation of Il a manqué mon appel.

He missed my call.

A useful phrase with 'appel' meaning phone call. This is a statement about someone not answering or not being able to answer the phone when called.

Merci pour ton appel.

English translation of Merci pour ton appel.

Thank you for your call.

A common example of thanking someone for calling you using the word 'appel' meaning call.

Son dernier appel était pour déclarer son amour.

English translation of Son dernier appel était pour déclarer son amour.

His last call was to declare his love.

This phrase can be used to express that one's last phone call was made with the intention of proclaiming their love to another person.

J'attends toujours ton appel.

English translation of J'attends toujours ton appel.

I'm still waiting for your call.

This phrase signifies that the speaker is still waiting for the person they are speaking to to call them.

L'appel du devoir est fort.

English translation of L'appel du devoir est fort.

The call of duty is strong.

Here, 'appel' is used in a metaphorical way, meaning 'call' or 'attraction'. It states that the attraction or obligation towards one's duty is strong.

Je vais faire un appel important.

English translation of Je vais faire un appel important.

I am going to make an important call.

This phrase is about a situation when a person is preparing to make a meaningful or momentous phone call.

L'appel est tombé juste au moment où je partais.

English translation of L'appel est tombé juste au moment où je partais.

The call came just as I was leaving.

This phrase expresses a situation when one receives a phone call precisely at the moment when he or she is about to leave. In French, 'tomber' has a meaning of 'taking place' or 'occurring'.

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