el diccionario francés - inglés

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souvent inglés:

1. often


I often hiccup.
A new study suggests that hospital records for patients older than 65 are often incorrect, which may lead to serious treatment errors.
The people who come on the Maury Povich show often make pretentious claims about their lovers cheating on them.
You often need to spend more time doing something than you anticipated.
What we say and what we mean are often quite different.
Expensive things often prove more economical in the long run.
Spenser's sarcastic and joking remarks are often misinterpreted as signs of ambivalence and often taken too seriously.
Though he lives within a stone's throw of the school, he is often late.
I feel so bad for the baritone saxes, who often have 200 measures of nothing but whole notes.
I hear that even taxi drivers often get lost in Tokyo.
The Japanese are often criticized for being inward looking and insufficiently international in their outlook.
A building with high ceilings and huge rooms may be less practical than the colorless block of offices that takes its place, but it often fits in well with its surroundings.
I often told you to do your duty, but you would not listen to me.
People often lie about what they did on the weekend, so their friends won't realize how boring they really are.
A person who is only a pawn in the game often talks big in company.

Inglés palabrasouvent"(often) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fiches du livre - "Odd" (Amy Le Feuvre)
Fiches du livre - "Wanda, Vol. 1 (of 3)" (Ouida)
Fiches du livre - "Tracy Park" (Mary Jane Holmes)
Fiches du livre - "Born in Exile" (George Gissing)
Fiches du livre - "Verse and Worse" (Harry Graham)