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English translation of 's’appeler'


[ap(ə)le ]
Verb Table intransitive reflexive verb
1.  (avoir pour nom) to be called
Comment tu t’appelles ? What’s your name?What are you called?
Elle s’appelle Gabrielle. Her name is Gabrielle.She’s called Gabrielle.
2.  (avoir pour dénomination) to be called ...
Comment ça s’appelle ? What is that called?
Ça s’appellait un vertugadin. It was called a farthingale.
Verb Table reciprocal reflexive verb
(au téléphone) to call each other
Allez, à bientôt, on s’appelle. Okay, bye, we’ll talk again soon.
On s’appelle, on déjeune. Keep in touch, we’ll go for lunch some time.
see also appeler

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