English translation of 'avoir pitié de'
avoir pitié de
(= compassion) to pity ⧫ to feel sorry for
; (= clémence) to have pity on
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Example Sentences Including 'avoir pitié de'
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Elles devraient à présent avoir pitié de ce pays et s'en éloigner pour toujours ".Le Monde (2002)
Pourquoi, aussi, avoir pitié de gens qui n'ont pas pitié d'eux -mêmes, heureusement ?Le Monde (2002)
'avoir pitié de' in Other Languages
British English: pity /ˈpɪtɪ/ VERB
If you pity someone, you feel very sorry for them.
I don't know whether to hate or pity him.
- American English: pity
- Arabic: يُشْفِقُ عَلى
- Brazilian Portuguese: ter pena
- Chinese: 怜悯
- Croatian: žaliti
- Czech: litovat někoho
- Danish: have ondt af
- Dutch: medelijden hebben
- European Spanish: compadecer
- Finnish: sääliä
- French: avoir pitié de
- German: bemitleiden
- Greek: συμπονώ
- Italian: avere pietà
- Japanese: 哀れむ
- Korean: 불쌍히 여기다
- Norwegian: synes synd på
- Polish: pożałować
- European Portuguese: ter pena
- Romanian: a compătimi
- Russian: жалеть
- Spanish: compadecer
- Swedish: tycka synd om
- Thai: สงสาร
- Turkish: acımak duygu
- Ukrainian: жаліти
- Vietnamese: thương hại
Translation of avoir pitié de from the Collins French to English
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