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French translation of 'digress'

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digress

[daɪˈɡrɛs ]
intransitive verb
(get off the subject) faire une digression
to digress from sth [topic, subject] s’écarter de qchs’éloigner de qch

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Example Sentences Including 'digress'

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If you expect to develop as a writer you must learn to digress and be at times totally irrelevant.
George Cockcroft THE DICE MAN (1971)
`It's something many people do, as if their...' I didn't want him to digress on to an apologia for Florence's behaviour.
Harris, Elizabeth TIME OF THE WOLF (1971)
`I must not digress, but when I look back, I can see the irony of it.
Hilton, John Buxton MOONDROP TO MURDER (1971)

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