French English Dictionary

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l'homme in English:

1. man man

I know this man.
The man went to pieces when the judge said he would have to go to prison for life.
No extremely fat man has ever attempted such a thing.
That man was standing a little ways away, but he turned when he heard Tom shout.
Now that you mention it, what happened to that man who used to work here?
The man, who had not eaten for three days, had trouble thinking about anything except food.
A fund was launched to set up a monument in memory of the dead man.
She tried to put the young man out of her mind, but it was impossible.
His strength is much greater than that of an ordinary man.
Some wise man has said life consists of one disappointment after another.
It says in the Bible, "Man shall not live on bread alone."
The confidence man and his blonde call girl make a perfect match in enraging his landlady.
I'd describe him as a middle-aged man in a yellow jacket, orange tie and a pink shirt.
The man in charge of the merry-go-round decided to make sure everything was working properly.
A man with a watch knows what time it is, a man with two watches is never sure.

English word "l'homme"(man) occurs in sets:

Family and relations - La famille et les relations
People - Personnes
Body parts, French
Gens – People

2. man's man's

The little girl, deeply moved by the old man's pitiful story, burst into tears.
That man's monstrously strong.
Uncontrolled, these forces may be dangerous and destructive, but once mastered they can be bent to man's will and desire.
Why is it that the greatest crime and the greatest glory are to shed a man's blood?
As the young man's car was close to the fence, Miss Baker had to drive up beside it on the other side, where the girl was sitting.
Those books which have made a lasting contribution to man's quest for truth, we call great books.
Although the man's ideas are sound, because he can't express them well, he doesn't have a ghost of a chance of getting them accepted.
Abu al-Husayn ibn al-Rawandi, already in the ninth century, held that reason is man's exclusive guide to truth, a quest in which revelation is of no help.
The narration is written in the first person singular because it is fictionally taken from the man's everyday journal.
Christianity set itself the goal of fulfilling man's unattainable desires, but for that very reason ignored his attainable desires.
There is no more dangerous experiment than that of undertaking to be one thing before a man's face and another behind his back.
There are five tragedies in a man's life. Unfortunately, I don't know which ones they are.
There is in all barbarian communities a profound sense of the disparity between man's and woman's work.
Every man's work, whether it be literature or music or a picture or architecture or anything else, is always a portrait of himself.

English word "l'homme"(man's) occurs in sets:

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