English translation of 'd’occasion'
une voiture d’occasion a secondhand car
Il l’a achetée d’occasion. He bought it secondhand.
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'd’occasion' in Other Languages
British English: secondhand /ˈsɛkəndˌhænd/ ADJECTIVE
Secondhand things are not new and have been owned by someone else.
I shopped for secondhand clothing in the city.
- American English: secondhand
- Arabic: مُسْتَعْمَل
- Brazilian Portuguese: de segunda mão
- Chinese: 二手的
- Croatian: iz druge ruke
- Czech: použitý zboží
- Danish: brugt
- Dutch: tweedehands
- European Spanish: de segunda mano
- Finnish: käytetty
- French: d’occasion
- German: gebraucht
- Greek: από δεύτερο χέρι
- Italian: usato
- Japanese: 中古の
- Korean: 중고의
- Norwegian: brukt
- Polish: używany
- European Portuguese: em segunda mão
- Romanian: second-hand
- Russian: подержаный
- Spanish: de segunda mano
- Swedish: andrahands- begagnad
- Thai: มือสอง
- Turkish: ikinci el
- Ukrainian: уживаний
- Vietnamese: cũ
Translation of d’occasion from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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