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PRON   on | on | on | on
on trouve [+pluriel]there are
on trouve [+sing.]there is
3 Words: Others
Alors on danse ?Shall we dance?
Comment dit-on ... ?How do you say ... ?
On dirait que ...It seems that ...
On dirait que ...It sounds as though ...
On part !Let's go!
On s'invite parmi. [suisse]We have each other to dinner.
On verra bien.We'll see.
si l'on veut {adv} [loc.]if you like [idiom]
3 Words: Nouns
géogr. Bangor-on-Dee {f} [ville du Pays-de-Galles]Bangor-on-Dee [Wales]
4 Words: Others
Est-ce qu'on dansera ?Will there be dancing?
Maintenant, on y est. [loc.]The time has come. [idiom]
mais, dira-t-on, ...but, one may say, ...
On aurait dit que ...One would have said that ...
On en reparlera !You haven't heard the last of this!
On étouffe ici !It's stifling here!
On eût dit que ... [littéraire]One would have said that ...
On peut constater que ...We can see that ...
On peut s'y mettre ?Can we get down to business?
On s'en va !Let's go!
On y accède par ... [indiquant le chemin]You get to it by ... [giving directions]
On y va !Let's go!
On y va !Let's roll! [coll.]
On y va !Let's be off!
On y va !Let's get on with it! [idiom]
4 Words: Verbs
avoir ce qu'on mérite [loc.]to get one's comeuppance [idiom]
avoir ce qu'on mérite [loc.]to get one's (just) deserts [idiom]
bien vouloir qu'on fasse qc.to approve that one does sth.
démontrer qu'on a raisonto prove one's point
5+ Words: Others
À cheval donné, on ne regarde pas les dents ! [loc.]Don't look a gift horse in the mouth! [idiom]
Allez hop, on y va !Come on then, let's go!
au point qu'on ne peut les distinguer {adv}indistinguishably
autant qu'on puisse en juger {adv}as far as one can judge
C'est ce qu'on va voir !We'll see about that. [coll.]
prov. C'est en forgeant qu'on devient forgeron.Practice makes perfect.
C'est tout juste si on ne retenait pas son souffle en passant devant leur étude.One would almost hold one's breath while passing by their study.
Ça dépend de quel point de vue on se place.It depends on your point of view.
Ça, on peut le dire. [loc.]You can say that again! [idiom]
Comme on fait son lit, on se couche ! [loc.]You've made your bed, now lie on it! [idiom]
ling. VocVoy. Comment appelle-t-on cela en français ?What's that called in French?
Et maintenant qu'est-ce qu'on fait ? [loc.]Where do we go from here? [idiom]
Fais ce qu'on te demande !Do as you're told!
Il a amplement fait ce qu'on attendait de lui.He did more than was expected of him.
Il est bien connu qu'on ne peut pas compter sur eux.They're notoriously unreliable.
Il ne faut jamais remettre au lendemain ce qu'on peut faire le jour même. [loc.]A stitch in time saves nine. [idiom]
Il ne faut jamais remettre au lendemain ce qu'on peut faire le jour même. [loc.]Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. [idiom]
Il ne faut jamais remettre au lendemain ce qu'on peut faire le jour même. [loc.]Procrastination is the thief of time. [idiom]
Il ne faut jamais remettre au lendemain ce qu'on peut faire le jour même. [loc.]There is no time like the present. [idiom]
prov. La culture c'est comme la confiture, moins on en a, plus on l'étale.The less culture you have, the more you flaunt it.
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