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s'excuser in English:

1. apologetically apologetically


I couldn't eat it, she said apologetically.
“So — so Black was a supporter of You-Know-Who?” Harry prompted apologetically.

English word "s'excuser"(apologetically) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "A Man's Man" (Ian Hay)
Fiches du livre - "Rose Clark" (Fanny Fern)
Fiches du livre - "Bud A Novel" (Neil Munro)
Fiches du livre - "Sisters" (Grace May North)
Fiches du livre - "Narcissus" (Evelyn Scott)

2. apologize apologize


Don't apologize.
The three of them were the only ones to apologize to her.
There's no need to apologize.
He was about to apologize when the man punched him in the face.
Tom called Mary to apologize to her, but she hung up on him.
You had better apologize to him for that failure in some way or other.
Even if you are not to blame, you should apologize.
A few minutes of Stephen Fry will make any American apologize for his rhoticity.
He might at least apologize.
Let me apologize once again for missing our meeting.
We apologize for the mistake and promise that it won't happen again.
He wouldn't lower himself to apologize.
I apologize that I'm not able to give a better reference to this work.
I apologize to you for my misbehaviour.
They always come back and apologize.

English word "s'excuser"(apologize) occurs in sets:

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