English translation of 'aisé'
Example Sentences Including 'aisé'
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A diplôme équivalent, le primaire apparaît comme plus aisé et plus gratifiant.Le Monde (2002)
Elles vivent dans un environnement socioculturel aisé et habitent une ville de plus de 100 000 habitants.Marie Claire
Perdues dans un ensemble clinique complexe, il n'est pas aisé de les repérer, analyser et situer.Pour en finir avec les maladies psychosomatiques
Ramener ce cours vers 120 yens par dollar n'est toutefois pas aisé.Le Monde (1999)
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'aisé' in Other Languages
British English: well-off /ˈwɛlˈɒf/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is well-off is rich enough to be able to do and buy most of the things that they want.
- American English: well-off
- Arabic: غَنِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: próspero
- Chinese: 境遇好的
- Croatian: dobrostojeći
- Czech: majetný
- Danish: velhavende
- Dutch: welgesteld
- European Spanish: acomodado
- Finnish: varakas
- French: aisé
- German: wohlhabend
- Greek: εύπορος
- Italian: benestante
- Japanese: 裕福な
- Korean: 부유한
- Norwegian: velsituert
- Polish: zamożny
- European Portuguese: próspero
- Romanian: înstărit
- Russian: состоятельный
- Spanish: acomodado
- Swedish: välbärgad
- Thai: ซึ่งร่ำรวย
- Turkish: hali vakti yerinde
- Ukrainian: забезпечений
- Vietnamese: sung túc
British English: effortless ADJECTIVE
Something that is effortless is done easily and well.
In a single effortless motion, he scooped her into his arms.
British English: well-to-do ADJECTIVE
A well-to-do person is rich enough to be able to do and buy most of the things that they want.
...a well-to-do family of diamond cutters.
Translation of aisé from the Collins French to English
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