English translation of 'mettre en commun'
mettre en commun
[biens, services] to share
; [ressources] to pool
Nous mettons tous nos livres en commun. We share all our books.
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Example Sentences Including 'mettre en commun'
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Les industriels ont pris acte de la volonté des gouvernements de mettre en commun les actifs de l'aéronautique civile européenne.Le Monde (1997)
'mettre en commun' in Other Languages
British English: pool VERB
If a group of people or organizations pool their money, knowledge, or equipment, they share it or put it together so that it can be used for a particular purpose.
We pooled ideas and information.
Translation of mettre en commun from the Collins French to English
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