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English translation of 'habiter'

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[abite ]
Verb Table transitive verb
1.  [maison] to live in
habiter qn [sentiment] to possess sb
Verb Table intransitive verb
habiter à to live in
Il habite à Montpellier. He lives in Montpellier.
habiter dans to live in
habiter chez qn, habiter avec qn to live with sb
habiter 16 rue Montmartre to live at number 16 rue Montmartre
habiter rue Montmartre to live in rue Montmartre

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Example Sentences Including 'habiter'

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A. P. : Pour habiter le personnage, il n'est pas nécessaire de modifier les mots.
Le Monde (1998)
C'est l'unique souci, en dehors de toute autre considération, qui devrait habiter les jurés.
Le Monde (2000)
Mais la femme qu'il aime continue pour l'instant à préférer habiter de son côté, à deux cents mètres de là.
Marie Claire
Nous allons habiter un pays frontalier de la Colombie, or j'exprime maintenant le souhait de retourner vivre dans mon pays.
On peut être français, habiter ailleurs qu'en région parisienne et voir David Bowie.
Le Monde (2002)

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'habiter' in Other Languages

British English: inhabit VERB
If a place or region is inhabited by a group of people or a species of animal, those people or animals live there.
The valley is inhabited by the Dani tribe.


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