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Passing: passant, dépassement, écoulement, passage. pockets: empoche, cases, poches. repeated: répétâtes, répétas, répétai, répétâmes, répéta, répétèrent, répété, redîmes, redirent, redîtes, redit. softly: doucement, de manière douce, de façon douce. terror: terreur, effroi. trembled: tremblé. unfortunate: malheureux. Charles Dickens 41 three men, whose heads were bent down close together at the side of a door, and who were intently looking into the room to which the door belonged, through some chinks or holes in the wall.
Monsieur: monsieur. muttered: barbota, barbotées, barbotée, barboté, barbotés. quick: rapide, prompt, vite. repose: repos, se reposer, trêve. staircase: escalier, cage d'escalier. stepped: échelonné. taste: goût, goûter, saveur, déguster. vessel: navire, vaisseau, bateau, vase, pot, baquet, bac, récipient. wished: désira, souhaité, désirées, désirâmes, désirée, désirés. 38 A Tale of Two Cities They paid for their wine, and left the place. % "Willingly, sir," said Monsieur Defarge, and quietly stepped with him to the door.
Clasp: agrafe, agrafer, fermoir. collectedly: de manière recueillie. compassionate: compatissant. confuse: confondre, confondez, confondons, confondent, confonds, troubler. distressed: affligé. kindly: complaisamment, de manière gentille, de façon gentille. kneel: s'agenouiller. lingering: traînant, prolongé. pains: douleurs. rearing: élevage. reassurance: réassurance, réconfort, rassurance, rassurement. slackened: ralentîtes, larguas, larguâtes, largué, larguèrent, ralenti, ralentîmes, ralentirent, larguai, ralentit, largua.
A Tale of Two Cities (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Charles Dickens