English translation of 'confesser'
Example Sentences Including 'confesser'
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Celui qui vote pour un certain parti politique n'est pas nécessairement obligé d'aller ensuite se confesser ".Le Monde (1997)
Jeanne resta sur l'impression d'avoir commis un péché sale dont elle n'osa même pas se confesser pour sa première communion.Les moulins à nuages
Pourquoi donc ce policier avait -il besoin de se confesser à une telle crapule ?Les flics, 120 000 inconnus
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'confesser' in Other Languages
British English: confess /kənˈfɛs/ VERB
If you confess to doing something wrong or something that you are ashamed of, you admit that you did it.
He confessed to the crime.
I had expected her to confess that she only wrote these books for the money.
- American English: confess
- Arabic: يَعْتَرِفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: confessar
- Chinese: 坦白
- Croatian: priznati
- Czech: přiznat (se)
- Danish: tilstå
- Dutch: bekennen
- European Spanish: confesar
- Finnish: tunnustaa
- French: confesser
- German: gestehen
- Greek: ομολογώ
- Italian: confessare
- Japanese: 自白する
- Korean: 고백하다
- Norwegian: tilstå
- Polish: przyznawać się
- European Portuguese: confessar
- Romanian: a mărturisi
- Russian: признавать
- Spanish: confesar
- Swedish: erkänna
- Thai: สารภาพ
- Turkish: itiraf etmek
- Ukrainian: зізнаватися
- Vietnamese: thú nhận
Translation of confesser from the Collins French to English
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