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chose

English translation of chose

thing

The French word 'chose' is directly translated to 'thing' in English. It is a noun and is used in the same context as 'thing' in English. For example, to mention an object or entity that is not specifically named or known.


Example sentences using: chose

C'est une chose que je ne comprends pas.

English translation of C'est une chose que je ne comprends pas.

It's something I do not understand.

In this sample sentence, 'chose' is used to refer to a particular thing or issue that the speaker does not comprehend.

Est-ce la chose que tu cherches?

English translation of Est-ce la chose que tu cherches?

Is this the thing you are looking for?

Here, 'chose' is used as an indefinite noun that refers to an unspecified item the listener is looking for.

Tu sais, j'ai trouvé quelque chose.

English translation of Tu sais, j'ai trouvé quelque chose.

You know, I found something.

'Quelque chose' is a phrase in French that literally translates to 'some thing'. In this context, it refers to an unspecified object or information that the speaker has discovered.

Il fait toujours la même chose.

English translation of Il fait toujours la même chose.

He always does the same thing.

Here, 'la même chose' means 'the same thing'. It refers to a repetitive action or behavior of the subject.

Chaque chose en son temps.

English translation of Chaque chose en son temps.

Each thing in its time.

This is a French saying, employing the word 'chose' to suggest that every task, event or idea has its own appropriate time.

La plus belle chose est l'amour.

English translation of La plus belle chose est l'amour.

The most beautiful thing is love.

In this sentence, 'chose' is used in a figurative way to refer to the concept of love.

C'est la chose la plus folle que j'ai jamais vue.

English translation of C'est la chose la plus folle que j'ai jamais vue.

That's the craziest thing I've ever seen.

In this context, 'chose' is referred to 'an event' or 'experience', something the speaker vaguely defines as 'the craziest' thing they've witnessed.

C'est votre chose, pas la mienne.

English translation of C'est votre chose, pas la mienne.

It's your thing, not mine.

Here, 'chose' is used to denote accountability or responsibility for a situation or task.

Cette chose a vraiment changé ma vie.

English translation of Cette chose a vraiment changé ma vie.

This thing really changed my life.

In this sentence, 'chose' could refer to an event, an object, or a person - something unspecified that had a significant impact on the speaker's life.

J'ai oublié une chose importante.

English translation of J'ai oublié une chose importante.

I forgot an important thing.

In this sentence, 'chose' refers to an unspecified but important item, information or task that the speaker has forgotten.

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