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miracle

English translation of miracle

miracle

In French, the word for 'miracle' is 'miracle', pronounced meer-a-cl. It's used similarly as in English, referring to an exceptional, surprising, or unforeseen event that is considered unexplainable by natural or scientific laws.


Example sentences using: miracle

C'est un miracle que vous soyez ici.

English translation of C'est un miracle que vous soyez ici.

It's a miracle that you are here.

This phrase means the speaker is very surprised (in a positive way) that the person they're talking to is present.

J'espère un miracle.

English translation of J'espère un miracle.

I'm hoping for a miracle.

This phrase means the speaker is anticipating an unlikely but desired event.

La médecine fait parfois des miracles.

English translation of La médecine fait parfois des miracles.

Medicine sometimes works miracles.

This phrase indicates the speaker's belief in the healing power of medicine.

C'était un miracle qu'il ait survécu.

English translation of C'était un miracle qu'il ait survécu.

It was a miracle that he survived.

This phrase means that the speaker thinks it was unlikely for the person in question to survive and is surprised they did.

On dit que c'est un miracle.

English translation of On dit que c'est un miracle.

They say it's a miracle.

This phrase indicates that people are talking about an unlikely event that happened.

Le miracle s'est produit!

English translation of Le miracle s'est produit!

The miracle happened!

This phrase is used when an unlikely, but hoped for, event has occured.

Je crois aux miracles.

English translation of Je crois aux miracles.

I believe in miracles.

This phrase means that the speaker thinks miracles can occur.

C'est un miracle que nous ayons survécu.

English translation of C'est un miracle que nous ayons survécu.

It's a miracle that we survived.

This phrase conveys the speaker's disbelief and happiness about their survival in the face of dangerous circumstances.

Je n'attends pas de miracle.

English translation of Je n'attends pas de miracle.

I'm not expecting a miracle.

This phrase means that the speaker does not expect an unlikely event to happen.

Il a besoin d'un miracle.

English translation of Il a besoin d'un miracle.

He needs a miracle.

This phrase means that the person in question is in a difficult situation that seems impossible to overcome without an unlikely event.

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