French translation of 'tribulation'
Example Sentences Including 'tribulation'
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But through short-term macro trials and tribulations, we should remember the supply side.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He spoke to Computing about the trials and tribulations of making IT within the charity work as efficiently as possible.Computing (2010)
But you've had all the trials and tribulations that a straight couple might have.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Expect trials, tribulations and lots of laughter.The Sun (2016)
Once again, she plays the mother in an unorthodox family whose tribulations unfold around her.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
This is said to be the true story of how TJ has faced up to trials and tribulations along the way and won.The Sun (2009)
Those who lived in postwar Britain recall their daily lives, trials and tribulations.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
I certainly can't think of any, given the trials and tribulations he has gone through over the past year or so.The Sun (2009)
The Scot has handled all the recent trials and tribulations admirably, refusing to play a blame game.The Sun (2013)
In this souvenir issue we look back at the triumphs, the tribulations and tragedies of an era that has enthralled the planet.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Her trials and tribulations as a divorced mother of three with a difficult family made her success all the more amazing.The Sun (2016)
My basic attitude has always been that one should soldier on, stoic and insouciant in the face of life 's tribulations.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The songs explore the trials and tribulations of workingclass life in America.The Sun (2014)
This ancient hall has seen many trials and tribulations.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
We shared their trials and tribulations, and they shared ours.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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'tribulation' in Other Languages
British English: tribulation NOUN
You can refer to the suffering or difficulty that you experience in a particular situation as tribulations.
...the trials and tribulations of everyday life.
Translation of tribulation from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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